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Posts by Hands Sandon

I don't want to live in a country where different groups of people live in different areas. Where when one group expands another flees. That's not the country I grew up in and it's not the country I'd want to leave behind me. But that's already happened on a massive scale here, but the least I can try and do is to prevent it happening any more. Yes, there are some pluses, but when the numbers get too big it's horrible. I'm saddened by what's happened and continues to...
I get exactly where you're coming from. In Europe, including here in the UK, there's a devision growing between whites and non-whites. Racism here has hit the front pages, not in the usual sense of "You're a racist bigot" headlines, but because the politicians have finally been put in their place through Ukip winning the EU election. They won primarily because of immigration, and the politicians are having to adapt to talking about it instead of just calling us racist all...
UKIP don't want to close the borders and hardly any of their supporters want them to either. They do want to end the mass immigration, but still let people come here. We have nearly 50% of muslim men and 75% muslim women unemployed here. We need to sensibly deal with immigration not just carry on the way we have been. I was being slightly tongue in cheek about getting arrested, but there's still a media and political effort here to silence any criticism of Islam. Notice...
He has other s too, but I live in the UK and so if I repeat them I'll be arrested, with a possible 5 year jail term. EDIT - 2 years.
 "Islam is as dangerous in a man as rabies in a dog"~ Sir Winston Churchill.
I read somewhere that nearly 95% of the families of those who died at Ground Zero don't want their relatives remains on display in the basement of the museum there, and who can blame them? It seems that the museum are going to do it though regardless. Tellingly, less than 5% of Americans are Muslim and when they wanted the term "Islamic terrorism" removed, the museum quickly complied.
Ok, I didn't get that from your post. I thought you'd rather call it simply religious extremism, but I'm glad that isn't the case. Just today another terrorist attack has taken place in China by deranged Muslims- "A bomb and knife attack at a railway station in China's western Xinjiang region has killed three and injured 79 others, officials and state media say.The attackers used explosives and knives at Urumqi's south railway station on Wednesday, officials...
"Nearly 70 percent of all school children in Greater London are non-white, according to figures published by the UK’s Department for Education (DFE). According to the figures, there are 498,445 pupils in total in London, which is divided into “Inner London” and “Outer London” for administrative purposes. Inner London has a total of 176,920 pupils, of whom 81.3 percent of primary pupils are officially classified as “non-white British” by the DFE. For secondary schools in...
 You don't think that by calling it simply "religious extremism" that would encourage people to stop talking about the actual problems created by Islamists who carry out attacks on innocent members of the public? You don't fear brushing it under the carpet, or in effect maligning other religion's as terrorists when they're actually not, may be counterproductive?  Headline- Religious Extremists Blow Up 9/11 Museum Killing 50 Story- No mention of their religion Public- Who...
 Yes, you're right about the the God part, it clearly suggests that my God was barbaric. I can only tell you where I'm coming from. I haven't read the old testament or the new testament. Whilst I went to church a few times and was taught some Christianity when I was young I entered adulthood being more inspired to connect to my spirituality more along the lines of Buddhism. That to me seemed a direct path without all the rules etc. Just sit there and think of nothing...
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