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1 hour ago, Goddess said:

They're not killing innocent people in every country of the world in random terror acts, but Bountiful BC is one.

i cannot save those women from themselves

Any time they are want to assert their rights endowed by the Creator, to include under the Second Amendment in America, I will back them to the hilt.

It is my duty to protect my wife, to include even saving her from herself, but another man's wife is not my business.

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https://nationalpost.com/opinion/europes-no-go-zones-inside-the-lawless-ghettos-that-breed-and-harbour-terrorists

 

This article is from 2016.

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Despite the fact that both the liberal American press and numerous think-tanks and research institutes in France, Belgium and Britain have done studies and written articles about this growing phenomenon, there are still elite politicians like the mayor of Paris who deny that there is any such thing as a no-go zone in the French republic.

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In August 2014, the French magazine Contemporary Values suggested that France had more than 750 areas of “lawlessness,” a.k.a. no-go zones. In a 2011 study, comprising 2,200 pages, Giles Kepel, a political scientist and specialist on Islam at the Institut Montaigne, and his colleagues conclude that these no-go zones are now becoming separate Islamic societies. In these areas, Sharia is replacing French civil law and the residents are rallying under the banner of radical Islam and violent jihad, against their fellow French citizens. No doubt a similar dynamic has been taking place in the South Asian Muslim enclaves in Britain, as well as in the Turkish and Balkan Muslim enclaves in Germany. 

Strange how they are becoming "separate Islamic societies" where Jews and Christians are not welcome, yet apologists insist that Christians and Jews are equally to blame and that antisemitism in Islam is of  normal levels with the rest of society.

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Given the fact that the radical Muslim preachers of these ghettos are fundamentally anti-Semitic in their preaching, Jews in countries like France and Belgium, whose parents may have survived the Nazi occupation, are even more frightened of entering these no-go zones than other citizens. Not surprisingly, their synagogues in nearby suburbs are regularly attacked and vandalized. The state can neither protect Jewish citizens and their property, nor exert its authority in the no-go zones.

**cue the "not all Muslims" chorus**

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15 hours ago, cougar said:

Definitely more attractive women in Kabul in the 60's than I see around in my neck of Canada in the 2020's.

I believe that the women in Kabul today are all covered up in their Halloween costume from head to toe. There is not much to look at anymore unless you have a fetish for garments. Wow, doesn't she look sexy in that black garment. Her eyes really turn me on. When I see these Muslims walking and wearing their black outfit here in Canada I am offended and appalled at what I am seeing. No woman anywhere in the world should be covered up from head to toe, especially, here in Canada. And even when I see Sikh women walking around in their fancy looking colored silk garments this only tells me that these Sikhs are not interested in becoming Canadian, never mind looking Canadian, but would prefer to dress like they do in the Punjab. The Sikhs in Canada have been allowed to flaunt and ignore our Canadian laws that other Canadians have to abide by or be arrested, charged or fined for doing the same thing. This is not Canada anymore. It is the rest of the dam world. I must say that I find many gals in Vancouver mighty fine, hot and sexy looking. Even some Sikh women look pretty dam good. ;)

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53 minutes ago, taxme said:

And even when I see Sikh women walking around in their fancy looking colored silk garments this only tells me that these Sikhs are not interested in becoming Canadian,

I don't understand why this bothers you - some cultural garments are extraordinarily beautiful.  I have 2 saris that I love to wear and some Chinese jackets and dresses - I had a designer friend create a beautiful oriental cross-tie jacket that everyone compliments when I wear it.

There are no "values" associated with most cultural clothing - no shaming of women just for being female.  The hijab and burqa are exceptions.

Hijabs can be beautiful too.  When the woman is obviously wearing it by choice.  When a hijabi woman is cowering behind a man, getting screamed at by him with 8 children in tow and he's not even helping her with the kids or the bags - then hijabs are not so beautiful to me.

 

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I find Sikh women to be attractive, I find South Asian women in general to be attractive, but particularly Sikh women because they are warrior women, they are beautiful and tough.

I even had one offer to bed me while we were in the army, gorgeous girl.

Unfortunately I outranked her so I had to decline, but if we had been the same rank, I probably would have taken her up on it.

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10 minutes ago, Goddess said:

I don't understand why this bothers you - some cultural garments are extraordinarily beautiful.  I have 2 saris that I love to wear and some Chinese jackets and dresses - I had a designer friend create a beautiful oriental cross-tie jacket that everyone compliments when I wear it.

There are no "values" associated with most cultural clothing - no shaming of women just for being female.  The hijab and burqa are exceptions.

Hijabs can be beautiful too.  When the woman is obviously wearing it by choice.  When a hijabi woman is cowering behind a man, getting screamed at by him with 8 children in tow and he's not even helping her with the kids or the bags - then hijabs are not so beautiful to me.

 

You have your opinion and I have mine. :)

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11 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

I find Sikh women to be attractive, I find South Asian women in general to be attractive, but particularly Sikh women because they are warrior women, they are beautiful and tough.

I even had one offer to bed me while we were in the army, gorgeous girl.

Unfortunately I outranked her so I had to decline, but if we had been the same rank, I probably would have taken her up on it.

So, what would happen to you if you did bed down with her off duty? Just curious. 

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11 minutes ago, taxme said:

So, what would happen to you if you did bed down with her off duty? Just curious. 

It was off duty, I didn't fraternize on duty, on duty is all business.

Off duty at the bar I relax, but it's unprofessional to have a sexual relationship with a subordinate at any time or place.

She was young, I was a larger than life NCO, you have to be protective of the young soldiers, their parents are trusting you to take care of them.

Moreover it is corrosive to the morale, the female would be seen as sleeping her way into the good graces of her boss

The male NCO would be seen as playing favorites.

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I did however proudly walk up to my future wife in dress uniform to sweep her of her feet.

As my wife was a civilian, that was okay.    Using the uniform to get your foot in the door is fine, so long as it is not in the ranks.

I never dated girls who were in the military, it's best to keep your army life and your home life separate in my view.

My girlfriend in Petawawa, her father was a Sergeant-Major, but at home he just treated me like his daughter's boyfriend.

At work, the Sargent-Major is in charge, at home, Mom was in charge, and her mom loved me, so I pretty much had the run of the place.

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15 hours ago, Dougie93 said:

Whoop dee doo.  You're welcome to your opinions but not your own logic. /shrugs

That was illogical. Clearly I was providing a basis for how I arrived at my stated subjective opinion and nowhere did I claim  my position was logically superior to yours or anyone else's. 

 

 

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32 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

I did however proudly walk up to my future wife in dress uniform to sweep her of her feet.

As my wife was a civilian, that was okay.    Using the uniform to get your foot in the door is fine, so long as it is not in the ranks.

I never dated girls who were in the military, it's best to keep your army life and your home life separate in my view.

My girlfriend in Petawawa, her father was a Sergeant-Major, but at home he just treated me like his daughter's boyfriend.

At work, the Sargent-Major is in charge, at home, Mom was in charge, and her mom loved me, so I pretty much had the run of the place.

Woop tee do? Is that the answer you'd like? For someone who shows a lack of interest in the opinion of others you expect it shown to you so does my wop tee do response also ring appropriate or do you think there is a double standard for you and your "logic"?

The topic is ethnicity Dougie not who you dated but speaking about your logic and how you arrived at the conclusion Siekh women are attractive warriors sorry I think you are engaging in more romantic notions.

Here:

http://www.angelfire.com/trek/baldev/res/default/womenabuse.pdf

Dougie I live in a different dimension from you.  Terrorism taught me that first hand and that violence is wrong and there is no excuse for it and some of us are blind to it. I appreciate your right to romantic notions about specific ethnic women.

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5 minutes ago, Rue said:

That was illogical. Clearly I was providing a basis for how I arrived at my stated subjective opinion and nowhere did I claim  my position was logically superior to yours or anyone else's.

Merely clarifying that for the record; me.  /shrugs

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Just now, Rue said:

Woop tee do? Is that the answer you'd like? For someone who shows a lack of interest in the opinion of others you expect it. The topic is ethnicity Dougie not who you dated.

I can only speak of my experience, in my experience ethnic diversity is attractive

I dig ethnic girls, tho in the end I married another German, but  it was love at first sight, so was the will of the Lord.

You can take it or leave it, I have one follower, most of my posts are for the benefit of my follower, if others are not interested, no bother. /shrugs

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3 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

Merely clarifying that for the record; me.  /shrugs

Me as well. My opinions are not something I hold on you. Dispose of them at will. It is your right. I continue to respect your words I just have my own feelings that are strong about specific issues such as terrorists and I am the first to admit they are based on blood not logic..

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Just now, Rue said:

Me as well. My opinions are not something I hold on you. Dispose of them at will. It is your right.

I respect your opinions, I don't see how your opinion in this case was relevant to my point tho, you went off on an anti-Hezbollah in particular tangent, so you digressed.

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Just now, Dougie93 said:

I respect your opinions, I don't see how your opinion in this case was relevant to my point tho, you went off on an anti-Hezbollah in particular tangent, so you digressed.

I did because I thought your point on Hezbollah was a bit inaccurate. They shot at me and my friends. I was engaging in peaceful activity and not in Lebanon. My crime was being a Jew. I make a point of knowing my enemy. They are highly educated and disciplined and murderous to the extreme. They despise many humans not just Jews. Their treatment of Sunni and Maronite Christians in their own country as well as women, gays, and their own Shiites is as despicable. They blew up Beirut needlessly. It was a beautiful city before they armed themselves and decided to seize the country with terror.

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12 minutes ago, Rue said:

I did because I thought your point on Hezbollah was a bit inaccurate.

Still not relevant to my point, your position on Hezbollah is entirely besides the point, furthermore they do wear uniforms, they have a chain of command.

Where they don't wear uniforms?  Israel does that as well, Mossad wears no uniform neither. /shrugs

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38 minutes ago, Rue said:

 I think you are engaging in more romantic notions.

I am a romantic fellow.  That's no crime where I come from.

SPQR - GSTQ

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54 minutes ago, Rue said:

 Terrorism taught me that first hand and that violence is wrong and there is no excuse for it and some of us are blind to it.

Obviously as a soldier and an American, I disagree.  What some Jew says about it on the internet, does not in anyway alter my view of violence, particularly in the context of war.

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Folks,  

Please avoid thread drift.  

 

I spliced off some of the last few rants into the following new thread: 

<INSERT WHATEVER HERE> diversity harms a country's social cohesion and I invite the ThreadDrifter/OpeningPoster to edit the title to fit whatever is intended to be discussed.

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On 9/16/2019 at 3:05 PM, bcsapper said:

I don't think so.  I'd happily send assassins to get rid of them all.  MBS, Assad, Maduro, you name them, I'd probably be okay with killing them. 

And as usual you'd miss the real targets and avoid the real problems - the foreign governments that backed them.  They'd still be there funding the next bastards in line while everyone else is off whinging about ethnic diversity and the latest addition to the gender alphabet.

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6 hours ago, eyeball said:

And as usual you'd miss the real targets and avoid the real problems - the foreign governments that backed them.  They'd still be there funding the next bastards in line while everyone else is off whinging about ethnic diversity and the latest addition to the gender alphabet.

Not me!  I don't care about gender diversity or the ethnic alphabet.  Who did you vote for last time, and who did they support?

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15 hours ago, bcsapper said:

Not me!  I don't care about gender diversity or the ethnic alphabet.  Who did you vote for last time, and who did they support?

It doesn't matter nowadays they all have to support these. I certainly didn't vote for the ones who support dictators but I'll bet you did.

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9 hours ago, eyeball said:

It doesn't matter nowadays they all have to support these. I certainly didn't vote for the ones who support dictators but I'll bet you did.

They all did, I think.  Unless you voted for no-hopers.  Which I have done in the past, did during the last provincial election, and am going to do again in October.  It won't change anything.

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On 9/17/2019 at 4:09 PM, Goddess said:

**cue the "not all Muslims" chorus**

But it's not all Muslims.  Sure it's some.  Do you have any Muslim friends?  I have a few, these particular Muslims are nice people and don't want to overthrow our government or kill Jews.  Broad generalizations about all members of huge groups is called stereotyping.

These ghettos should be under massive surveillance by the police, I would have cops driving the streets constantly, I would have them inside mosques.

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