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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnJcsQYZEGU&NR=1&feature=fvwp]YouTube - Multiculturalism and Islamification in Britain - Part 1[/ame]


    Is there anyone from the liberal left changing their mind? An honest question, hoping for some honest replies.

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    Islam doesnt come under the multiculturalism, as its a faith based lifestyle, with no room for compromise. Europe can cope well enough with its many diverse peoples and their languages/cultures, Islam being the single greatest threat to that.

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    Watch the video, its not all islamic related.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weepee View Post
    Islam doesnt come under the multiculturalism, as its a faith based lifestyle, with no room for compromise. Europe can cope well enough with its many diverse peoples and their languages/cultures, Islam being the single greatest threat to that.
    Obviously islam is a faith. But is very much a culture too. Ive seen some video's on this subject, but parts of this one are a real eye opener.

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    Sadly, I havent got 51 minutesto spare at this time.

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    I think Anglo-Saxon culture had a very bad effect here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cael View Post
    I think Anglo-Saxon culture had a very bad effect here.
    Yeah. It definitely exacerbated the problem

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    A society should be enriched by new cultures and by nature the spreading of the genepool is advantageous for civilisaton. What made the US so great in the late 19th century was immigrants.

    It is important that people maintain their identity and aspects of their culture. But they should never impose it on others especially their hosts, who in turn should be tolerate of them. The immigrants should integrate smoothly with their hosts as well.

    Its the old saying, In Rome, do what the Romans do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cassandra Syndrome View Post
    A society should be enriched by new cultures and by nature the spreading of the genepool is advantageous for civilisaton. What made the US so great in the late 19th century was immigrants.

    It is important that people maintain their identity and aspects of their culture. But they should never impose it on others especially their hosts, who in turn should be tolerate of them. The immigrants should integrate smoothly with their hosts as well.

    Its the old saying, In Rome, do what the Romans do.
    Completely agree with you. I also think most politicians start out with good intentions regards immigration and integration policies, however, im convinced there is enough evidence to prove we need radical change, particularly with regards to islam and "its" intolerance to western values.

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