Outrage in Cologne, Germany

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  1. CFP

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    I know mate, I was saying that for the benefit of the lefties so I didn't get called racist. One of my groomsmen is a muslim, I couldn't care if he worshiped the color yellow, he is one of the finest
    people I have had the pleasure of meeting and has been a great friend to me. But I won't stand by and not criticise something that goes against my beliefs of democracy, freedom of speech, freedom of
    expression etc. etc.
     
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    Skyrocket Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I say I was right on both counts but I'm getting it from someone else and don't want to mention his name in this thread so I just say I was right. But credit goes to him. No prizes for guessing who he is. :p
     
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    CFP let us know if your Muslim bestie turns on you when the numbers tip in their favour. My husband spoke to an Aussie who worked in the ME who told him some home truths about friendly and trustworthy Mohammedans.
    Just beware.
     
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    I've worked in the ME fairly extensively.
    My mate was raised as a Muslim but isn't that keen on it now days.
    He's the Muslim equivalent of what I am as a Catholic. I was baptized but have
    very little to do with the church.
     
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    Hahaha I had a chuckle...

    Of course women's rights / feelings and freedom are dominating world-wide discourse at the moment. This is their chance to put these migrants 'in-their-place' (a healthy overdose of man-hate is part and parcel of course). It will have nothing to do with how these people communicate, socialise, eat, educate etc. It will only be focused on how their views as Men must change.

    I've enjoyed reading about brain plasticity and the impact of our first 7-8 years of life on our personality (key when thinking about true assimilation). But one of the most powerful comments made to me recently (when enquiring about joining the army reserves) was this:
    "It's about integrity, mate. If you're going for US / SA / AUS / NZ / UK military integrity will be a trait most highly valued. You want to be able to confidently admit your failures and show how to learn from and use failures towards future success.
    Some (eastern) armies/forces, reflecting their inherent cultural features, will EXPECT you to be able to lie, swindle and deceive to achieve objectives."

    I know the above is probably highly offencive on the surface level, but looking past this with a politically correct lense it starts making a lot of sense. My own expereince living with some Indians for example.. These were some of the gentlest, kind and fun people I have had the pleasure of being around (lived with them for 6 months at a Uni in Germany). But MY GOD - their level of professionalism when it came to lying and deceiving was impressive. Exams, licenses / ID's, phone plans.. All passed around like pokemon cards - they managed to live collectively as almost a single entity accountable to nobody!! Their internal reasoning had no attention to personal integrity. When it came to them as individuals it was very much about the time of day they pray / what they ate / who they shared it with.. and on a deeper level, their karma. One guy told me he obviously was blessed one day for being nice in a past life, and on a bad day being punished for something bad he had done in a previous life. Imagine that... if you are poor you deserve it in India, and if you are rich you are blessed and deserve to subjugate your fellow man (why do you think a class system exists so stably in that kind of population! No arguments when everyone deserves it)! There was a real desperate sense of keeping it the way things were in mother India. Smart dudes too all top engineering students in Stuttgart. It really showed me the strength and power of another fully evolved culture humming in a foreign land. And how can we understand that if we are never immersed in it? 99% of tourism and TV doesn't offer a lick of it. Yet how do these cash-strapped hipsters and activists form their opinions, really? Probably a facebook picture of an amaceated refugee (if that is a bit facetious I apologies, but I have seen this many times!).

    What is a shame about the current state of western political correctness is the 'free pass' given to any idea excempt from burden of proof. So any individual or group's ideas/beliefs regardless of how bizzare and offencive to logical thought is unquestionably respected and protected equally. Ideological quick-sand to the progression of humanity. It's bad enough in a relatively homogenous community, but we're unleashing it on an epic scale in these interesting times...
     
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    If a guest comes to stay in your house then you find them fondling your wife you would bloody their nose & kick them out.
     
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    Missed seeing this. Very good. Thanks!
     
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    Leafy is on the seaweed again. :rolleyes:
     
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    It could be worse. A refugee who you gave safe refuge in your home and feed.
     
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    Politicians suggest that we open our houses to refugees, how many will Sarah Hansen Young take?
     
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    Hahaha, must've been a rock solid marriage that one!!
     
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    Are you actually trying to justify what happened :p

    This is what I love about lefites. They'll support "minorities" doing literally anything, even at the expense of women, who are usually supported doing anything.

    It must be pretty hard being in a situation like this... I think this is the reason why Western feminists don't care about women in the Middle East. It's too hard to support them without criticising Muslim men/Islam.
     
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    That's exactly the point. If you give access & they don't respect the privilege then send them back. Asylum for perpetrators is ridiculous & it's obvious that a % of refugee's bring the bad cultural behaviour of the place they are running away from home to us.
    Classic Aussie yobbo goes to Bali & gets drunk, behaves like a bogan compared to refugee from North Africa that normally on NY's eve catches up with his mates to finger rape young women - not much in common. How do you assimilate that?
     
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    ^ I agree! I been saying from the start that they should all be sent back. More care is given regarding goods/products. I've worked at places where a truck load of processing food goods comes in and if over a certain % are bad, the whole truck load is sent back. The same should apply to them. Why let any in when they know there's too much of a % of them are rapists and trouble makers and murderers (ISIS) too!!
     
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    As much as I would like to close the boarders it's a terrible analogy; assuming accountability of an innocent refugee for his radical counterparts is similar to a tomato being part of a spoiled batch lol.
     
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    How about: If they shit in their own bed WHY should we allow them to share our bed?
     

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