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12 hours ago, Tdot said:

Therefore it makes total sense here, that you would do something asinine, like group all of Islam in the same category ---instead of fairly/veraciously distinguishing the Jihadist (barbaric, brutal and backward) mentality from that mentality of peaceful, loving Islamists such as Obama or Ilhan Omar or Elijah Cummings or @Marocc ... Your colossal unfairness here, was inspired by the Dems you support.

You are a troll

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Canada is one of the LEAST racist countries in the world and actively works at stamping it out.  Why would you be overly concerned about racism in Canada when the MOST racist countries are Middle

This is like asking why some Canadians steal, or rape, or murder.

Probably similar to the reasons some Muslims are so loud about their hatred of non-Muslims, gays, Jews, etc.

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4 hours ago, Marocc said:

You mean you don't find them staring and leering?

Not enough sexual assaults yet? Not enough involuntary pornograpic pictures?

Based on stories from Muslim states you really don't need short skirts or pornographic pictures to inspire sexual assaults. All you have to be is female. Even females wearing burquas are routinely sexually assaulted in the streets of Cairo, Ankara and Jakarta. And the first think ISIS seemed eager to do when it took control of places was to rape a lot of women and set up auctions for buying and selling sex slaves.

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1 hour ago, Independent1986 said:

I am a positive person and I will end with this: When you take the TTC daily to work for years you see stuff, I remember this one day I was sitting across from this mom (in hijab) with 2 kids. The 2 kids were talking perfect English and were showing the mom how to use a dictionary app on a tablet to translate from Arabic to English. Everyone was smiling around, I was thinking to myself this is Canada man.

And then as they hit their teen years they're sent 'home' to avoid Canada's permissive societal mores and taught the proper behaviour of a Muslim boy or girl, go to high school there, and come back with a proper Muslim spouse. Much like my neighbour. He was sent back 'home' when he became a teenager and intends to send his kids back home too when it's time.

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18 minutes ago, Marocc said:

I was referring to this:

 

Perfectly reasonable reaction to anyone who would judge them based on how they dress.

Restrained, even.

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5 minutes ago, bcsapper said:

Perfectly reasonable reaction to anyone who would judge them based on how they dress.

Restrained, even.

I didn't say it's unreasonable. I said it's vain and rude.

17 minutes ago, Argus said:

He was sent back 'home' when he became a teenager and intends to send his kids back home too when it's time.

A good idea so the culture doesn't ruin them.

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3 minutes ago, Marocc said:

A good idea so the culture doesn't ruin them.

People who don't like the culture here shouldn't BE here. They should take themselves back home and stay there.

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Just now, Argus said:

People who don't like the culture here shouldn't BE here. They should take themselves back home and stay there.

You say that because you don't like their culture?

It is t exactly about liking or disliking a culture, imo. It's about its effects.

 

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1 minute ago, Marocc said:

You say that because you don't like their culture?

It is t exactly about liking or disliking a culture, imo. It's about its effects.

If you immigrate into another country with a determination to ensure neither you nor your children are ever like them then you shouldn't be immigrating. Stay in your own country. But people immigrate here because it's better here, life is better, richer, safer, saner, with more security and less violence. And at the same time it doesn't seem to quite make its way through the religious fog around their brains that the REASON for all of that is the culture and values here. And that if everyone here suddenly adopted the same culture and values as the newcomers all the reason for coming here would disappear along with the riches, safety, sanity and security.

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27 minutes ago, Marocc said:

I didn't say it's unreasonable. I said it's vain and rude.

 

No it's not.  It's vain and rude to assume a woman is dressing like a slut because one doesn't approve of the length of her skirt.  But allowed.

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Men never do dress codes so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction - Not Blaise Pascal
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37 minutes ago, Marocc said:

 

A good idea so the culture doesn't ruin them.

Then why be in Canada?  What’s so ruinous here that people want to educate their kids here an seek employment here?  I think that such attitudes breed contempt.  Education is the essence of cultural transmission.  If it’s simply about acquiring knowledge or skills in a particular subject, download the manual/textbook and memorize it.  People want the cachet of graduating from certain schools and living in certain places because of what they represent.  Those values/ideas are cultural.

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So you calling me a troll here is a, compliment, as I will continue to speak truth to your Dem Deceit Doctrine. Thereby you and (a few others here lately) with your little hurt feefees?---because you all can't handle the truth?? I have no remorse.

I didn't join this forum to make, friends, only to respect cordial bloggers here and to speak the truth so..... Cheers!

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7 hours ago, Marocc said:

It is vain to provoke people simply to disapprove of their reactions. In fact, it is rude.

I agree. Especially when people do it, in an online forum/message board.  Like people do here, on this website.

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1 hour ago, Zeitgeist said:

Then why be in Canada?

Why not? Everyone who immigrates has a reason. I'm sure you know plenty of the possible reasons. I hardly need to enumerate them.

1 hour ago, Zeitgeist said:

What’s so ruinous here

The culture. E.g. alcohol, nudity, sex, manners and dealing with the opposite sex.

1 hour ago, Zeitgeist said:

people want to educate their kids here

Schooling may be okay. Environment is safe, health care works, the basic needs are met.

there's still problems. There are other children who have not been taught to respect their elders, speak politely, dress modestly, to not insult others, to be honest, to be just toward other people, etc.

1 hour ago, Zeitgeist said:

People want the cachet of graduating from certain schools and living in certain places because of what they represent

What are you implying?

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2 hours ago, Argus said:

If you immigrate into another country with a determination to ensure neither you nor your children are ever like them then you shouldn't be immigrating.

That's your opinion.

2 hours ago, Argus said:

Stay in your own country.

Some people starve in their countries. Part of the blame for that is on you.

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I defer to all Godess's comments. I believe how women should be dressed is an issue for them to decide as individuals. As a man I will dress the way I want. I do not go about naked out of a basic decency for my fellow homo sapiens who do not need such a sight. On that note it is absurd for Maroc to call anyone racist and then exhibit intolerance to others and perpetuate concepts based on sexual identity  needing to be repressed with attire. Thank you I do not need a burkha to help me control my penis Maroc. Some of us have evolved past that.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Rue said:

concepts based on sexual identity  needing to be repressed with attire.

That has nothing to do with this. What is that even?

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2 hours ago, Marocc said:

You say that because you don't like their culture?

It is t exactly about liking or disliking a culture, imo. It's about its effects.

 

It is not THEIR culture, it is OUR culture that should stand as what dominates in this country.  If you come here and don't like it here, for crying out loud, WHY ARE YOU HERE????  GTF out to where you feel welcome and comfortable, don't expect us (except of course for the virtue signalling Liberal/liberals among us) to go out of our way to accommodate what YOU like/think/feel.  Try walking down the street in Riyadh with a bottle of Johnny Walker and see what conservative Islam thinks about accommodating OUR culture within theirs.  Note: I am actually more comfortable in Riyadh than many parts of Canada - mostly for the booze and drug reasons.  BUT I would NEVER insult my Saudi friends or hosts by even suggesting they should bend to my cultural predilections when I am in their country.

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1 hour ago, Marocc said:

 

 dealing with the opposite sex.

This seems extremely troubling. As in, you might need some Professional/Medical assistance, for something this colossal haunting your life.

You truly might have some deep-seated issues with living in a, free Democracy society, and perhaps someone here was correct earlier that you could consider leaving the West and return to a Jihadist region if that's where you came from. 

 

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3 hours ago, Argus said:

if everyone here suddenly adopted the same culture and values as the newcomers all the reason for coming here would disappear along with the riches, safety, sanity and security.

What if they come here with the same cultural values- to live in peace and harmony with your neighbours, and abide by the law. Is there anything else needed?

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1 minute ago, OftenWrong said:

What if they come here with the same cultural values- to live in peace and harmony with your neighbours, and abide by the law. Is there anything else needed?

Yes: to be economically productive and not a drain on our already wildly indebted nation.  You do realize that we are in worse per capita debt than any other G8 nation except Japan - and Japan has the one thing we do NOT:  business that adds value and creates a tremendous amount of wealth - whereas we just rob the piggy bank of debt and resource depletion from our grandchildren - all to buy Liberal votes.

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13 minutes ago, cannuck said:

You do realize that we are in worse per capita debt than any other G8 nation except Japan - and Japan has the one thing we do NOT:  business that adds value and creates a tremendous amount of wealth - whereas we just rob the piggy bank of debt and resource depletion from our grandchildren - all to buy Liberal votes.

Yes, I do realize that. The question was in regard to referenced "cultural values" by Argus. The problem you are talking about is due to long-standing poor economic decisions and dependency on foreign investment. We've done well enough screwing our country up all on our own in that regard, no need for immigrant cultural bogey-men there.

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