View Poll Results: Burqua - yes or no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freydis View Post
    The UAE is a Muslim country, afiak, but it isn't run by theocracy. One of the girls in question is Pakistani who grew up in Kuwait. Your original point didn't make such concessions.

    England is not a Muslim state and never will be.



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    I dont really have a problem with muslims expressing their faith by principle but the way things are right now hell no. They are not invited by anyone but posh bankers, they are a nuisance at best and at worst a threat to society. Any law that limits their abilities to peform in society is best for us.

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    Yes to burquas. No foreigner should immigrate to our lands. But they are already here. There is no reason why we should assimilate aliens. First we make them dress like us, what's next, give them our women to breed with, so they can become "civilised Europeans"? Segregation instead of integration. Assimilating millions of aliens is not only committing genocide against their, but also against our own genetics. We shouldn't make them compatible with our countries. The average Joe should see how different they are from us, why they don't belong here. That won't happen if we teach them to "do as the Romans do in Rome."

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    Yes, in my opinion. It would be hypocritical of me, as a Transylvanian Saxon, to say otherwise. My people have retained their ethno-cultural specifics for centuries and thus have survived in this region. I support the initiative of any other people who want to do the same. I don't want Muslims turning into "good Europeans" either, because they aren't Europeans in the first place. As far as I am concerned, they can wear Burquas, pray to Allah, respect Ramadhan and other specific traditions. The more separation and differences between them and us, the better.

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    Sure... they can wear them in our own countries but not here.
    We have our own dresscodes here and they are quite different- refusal to show ones face in public is deemed more then impolite.

    If they wish to stay here (rather not) they will have to adapt to our customs, and eat, speak, sleep, walk, work, dress and behave like a native..
    Otherwise we will do them (and us) a great service by providing them with a KLM ticket home.

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