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Forget about David Duke

Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:
in response to reader comment: David Duke preaches the same idea in a way, Octavio

Submitted by Octavio (Italy), Dec 17, 2006 at 18:09

I am not American, I am Italian. I don't believe in a White America, or a White Europe. David Duke can say what he likes. If he opposes non-whites, he is morally wrong. On the other hand, if he opposes mass immigration into the United States, he might have a point.

I am talking about Europe now: besides some home-grown Muslims, most terrorists are immigrants. As a European, I can tell you that the problem starts with immigration. Terrorism is scary, because our borders are open. What do I think about David Duke? Well, he comes from the tradition of the American Ku Klux Klan, he hates non-whites, he is not even sure that the Holocaust existed.

Quite frankly, I don't know what I have in common with this individual. However, if he is concerned about mass immigration from the Third World, we might agree on that particular point. Look, I don't dress up in those white dresses like Mr. Duke does. All I am trying to say is that Europe is being affected by mass immigration, most immigrants are Muslims, and some of them are terrorists.


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