Re: Islamist Role in the 2008 Canadian Elections
- From: Igor Alexander <nospam@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2008 09:46:28 -0500
On Sun, 9 Nov 2008 17:10:53 -0800 (PST),
He went on to accuse the judge of having an anti-Muslim
bias. This plays into the victimhood complex Islamists want Muslims in
the West to fall into.
And who are the Muslims emulating by playing into a "victimhood
complex"? Simple: Jews.
Not only did Jews get the ball rolling on using victimhood to guilt
trip whites into granting them special status and privileges, but this
pattern has been imitated by every other group that expects special
treatment: blacks (slavery was their holocaust), American Indians,
women (feminists), homosexuals (the pink triangle is a direct
reference to the German concentration camps), Asians (they were
interned in concentration camps in Canada and the U.S.), and now, even
Mexicans crossing illegally into the U.S. who have no claim for
So why shouldn't the Muslims get on board the victimhood gravy train?
Everyone else is doing it!
As for Muslim immigrants trying to change the culture of Western
countries, what's so astonishing about that? Does anyone imagine that
Mexican or Chinese immigrants will be any different once they attain
sufficient numbers? There are already parts of Canada where the only
language you'll hear spoken is Chinese. This is an issue with
immigration and multiculturalism *in general*, not with Muslims in
particular. The only reason Muslims are being singled out is because
Jews (and their neo-con stooges) don't want them here anymore.
Let's step this up from being a debate about Muslims to being one
about immigration, multiculturalism, and multiracialism in general. Do
whites have a right to keep their homelands white? Do whites have a
right to preserve their culture (what little is left of it)? Would we
deny such rights to any non-white country? Should our immigration
departments be run like charities, as though we owe the rest of the
world a living?
These are the types of questions that desperately need to be asked and
that aren't being asked.
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