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Islamisation of Europe

The more I look into the Islamisation of Europe it makes me think that the US needs to really get our borders in order and watch who is coming into this country. I think Dr. Paul may be too hands off when it comes to radical Islam for me.

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Western cultures under attack

Christianity and Democracy. Eastern traditions threatening, Islamic fundamentalism and fascism.

Fascism is a radical

Fascism is a radical authoritarian nationalist political ideology. Fascists seek elevation of their nation based on commitment to an organic national community where its individuals are united together as one people in national identity by suprapersonal connections of ancestry and culture. Fascism seeks to eradicate perceived foreign influences that are deemed to be causing degeneration of the nation or of not fitting into the national culture.

Do you see the parallel here?

And democracy is simply tyranny of the majority. If you advocate democracy and the hordes of Muslims are indeed coming, then your progeny are simply doomed to become Muslimized...

Most Muslims are not fundamentalists by the way.

“If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin.”

Less Fascism, more Sharia

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Didn't check your links yet...

...but some cities in Michigan most certainly look like another country! I have seen it with my own eyes developing over the years. Not saying I don't like certain people or anything, but their cultures most certainly have taken over some cities! Sterling Heights, Dearborn, part of Troy all in Michigan. And those are just the ones I know. I haven't seen a gas station or a party store owned by an American in Michigan in years! Nothing against them personally, but what I am against is all the freebees they get at the taxpayers expense. That is true, because I know some.

Funny you mention Michigan

I have a co-worker who I have talked with about this topic who used to live in Dearborn and he said the same thing!

Yep!

I have many people I know & visit in all those cities. I see it all the time! There is one particular mall that I go to on occasion and there is so many shoppers and store owners that do not speak much English. You feel like the foreigner in this mall! No joke! I was in that same mall occasionally as a child. Was not that way. So weird!

I have no problem with these people, I am glad they are

enjoying their lives and happy. What I do have a problem with is Western culture and Christianity being overrun in Western Europe. Obviously these people do not think as highly of their home countries as you do as they are immigrating en masse to Western Europe.

Europeans of ancient European descent have . . .

chosen not to have enough children to replace themselves; they have also chosen not to have enough children to power their industries.

People from the middle east of Arabic/Jewish ancestry who converted to Islam centuries ago have chosen to have children and are migrating to jobs--

It's a very simple thing. After decades of warning European Christians about the dangers of having children, it does seem that the 'zero population' people have succeeded. The fact that Muslims understand the importance of children says much for the fact that they know what matters--

If European 'culture' dies out it will be because Europeans chose that course, beginning after WWII.
"They" listened to the wrong voices.

It is sad--

but it's not as sad as what America and 'her' NATO allies have done in the middle east in the past 50 years--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

We can't have (insert

We can't have (insert religious group)s migrating into our lands and mixing with the Christians of that area. It is necessary that we preserve the Christian tradition from (insert religious group). (insert religious group)'s can't be trusted. We ought to have laws about this sort of thing!

Sound familiar? (Hint: Germany, 1938)

"The casualty of partisanship is objectivity."

Like I have said,

Keep your head in the sand, within 2-3 decades many of Western Europe's most important cities will be majority Islam, there will be nothing but battles such as in Israel and Palestine, and you'll be able to cheer on multiculturalism and all its glory as Western culture across the Atlantic is overrun. 30 million and counting.

You clearly don't understand

You clearly don't understand the background of the Palestinian/Israel conflict.

“If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin.”

I think you're on the wrong

I think you're on the wrong website, friend. Maybe you should get behind Michelle Bachman? As Dr. Paul said on Leno, she doesn't like Muslims either.

"The casualty of partisanship is objectivity."

No, I think Dr Paul underestimates the threat to the US that is

radical Islam. At least Rand gets it.

there is NO threat from

there is NO threat from radical islam. The day a radical islamist walks down the street with his AK telling me to convert or die, my 338 lapua will separate his head from his shoulders. I am not in the least worried about "radical" islam. I am more worried about the bozos who try to brainwash the public that there is a threat.

Why should we only be afraid

Why should we only be afraid of radical Muslims? Shouldn't we have as much to fear from 'radicals' of any other group?

As far as Rand goes: I think he knows he has to play along with the terrorism game to get people like you to vote for him. Every powerful state trying to subvert freedom needs a scapegoat group to hype up and scare people with so they can justify taking your freedom because you are afraid.

Don't let them win. I'm more afraid of the non-Muslim monsters.

"The casualty of partisanship is objectivity."

There is no other religion that promotes violence like

Islamic fundamentalism. I am not even speaking of being afraid of Islamic fundamentalist, or terrorists if you will. I'm saying that Western Europe hould reject multiculturalism and uphold their Christian traditions and not allow themselves to be overrun by Muslims. This would obviously be in the general interest of the United States also.

You are clearly not a student

You are clearly not a student of history. I have no problem with Christians, or the Christian religion (many people in my family are Christian). However, what you are talking about is Christian hegemony in the United States and Europe. Christian fundamentalists promote violence just as much as any other religion, you simply live in a country that is promoting anti-islamic sentiment because it hopes to capitalize upon it, so of course you have a skewed view.

True Muslims would be just as quick to condemn the sort of condoned violence you are talking about, as I'm sure you would be about Christians. The Qur'an says that Allah does not love the aggressor and it also says that the killing of one innocent person would be as though you killed all of mankind. Islam is not an inherently violent religion.

"The casualty of partisanship is objectivity."

No no no,

You are clearly not a student of history. Christianity is a religion of peace and in no way advocates violence. The Qur'an has verses specifically directing its followers to violence.

"In a letter of ten days later, April 19, 1803, to Edward Dowse, he writes that he considers the moral precepts of Jesus as more pure, correct and sublime than those of the ancient philosophers." -The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth- Thomas Jefferson

most Christians don't follow . . .

Jesus, and "Christians nations" certainly don't follow Jesus.

I am a Christian, and I can say this. You are obviously a very young Christian or--

have a very narrow world perspective, and you don't understand history, as the other poster said.

Ah, 'the moral precepts of Jesus as more pure, correct and sublime than those of the ancient philosophers'--

of COURSE; why do you think nations don't allow the moral precepts of Jesus to be followed?

Life WOULD be good, then, indeed--

the world might be a peaceful place even--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

If you think the Bible is

If you think the Bible is free of calls to violence, visit evilbible.com

Topic was "Christianity" not the Old Testament

anyone who has a bone to pick with Jesus is a LOSER. Furthermore anyone promoting a site called evilbible is less than a loser.

People who criticize the Bible don't understand it, nor care to. How presumptuous are people who have been around a few decades in thinking they are an authority on ancient scripture. What a joke.

I am for peace: but when I speak, they are for war. Ps 120:7
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Better to be divided by truth than united in error.
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The local church(not a building -a people) is the missing link. The time to build is now.

Jesus

is a great prophet sent by God/Allah to Muslims. They also believe in the virgin birth. Do you think TJ read the Quran?

So the Crusades were, what? A

So the Crusades were, what? A peacekeeping action that went wrong?

I'm starting to feel like you're messing with me.

"The casualty of partisanship is objectivity."

Find one verse in the Bible saying to hurt another human being

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZ5Bwj3iTrg

But I tell you, Do not resist an evil person. If someone strikes you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also.

Matthew 5:39

There are many examples at

There are many examples at evilbible.com!

EvilSinner.com more like

The Bible will not be judged by you. But one day you will be judged by the Bible. How will you measure up then? While you think you can begin to find fault with God's Word, I pity you when God's Word begins to search out every evil thought of your heart and you stand guilty. How far can an angel through you? Keep up what you're doing and you'll find out.

I am for peace: but when I speak, they are for war. Ps 120:7
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Better to be divided by truth than united in error.
--
The local church(not a building -a people) is the missing link. The time to build is now.

I will quoteth scripture unto

I will quoteth scripture unto thee: Judge that ye be not judged!

Jesus is cool. But much of the bible is deeply evil. Just visit the site and read for yourself. The scripture is filled with evil statements.

How typical that you would quote that one scripture

Anyone living outside of the Word of God always seems to favor that one verse. But the scripture also tells us that "he that is spiritual judgeth all things, yet he himself is judged of no man." I Cor. 2:15

You at least offered a lukewarm praise of Jesus. But He is much more than cool. He is a consuming fire. You are wrong about the Bible being evil or "deeply" evil. It is man who has a carnal mind and can't understand the Bible who is evil in trying to sit himself up as judge of the Bible.

It is and always will be a losing proposition.

I am for peace: but when I speak, they are for war. Ps 120:7
--
Better to be divided by truth than united in error.
--
The local church(not a building -a people) is the missing link. The time to build is now.

The Crusades

Though they have often been seen as a result of religious fanatics, and western aggression, the crusades were a bit more complicated. It was partly a desire to maintain solidarity with the Byzintine Empire that the crusades were launched, though the immediate cause given that helped inflame the Christians were reported attacks on pilgrims.

Even minus the religious factors, it seems likely there would have been a major war in the area due to the expansion of the Arabs and the attempt by the Byzintine Empire to maintain control.