Muslim males are indoctrinated to believe that normal, healthy, beautiful western women are "fair game", simply because they are allowed out without a bag over their head. These men face a future of being married off to a cousin with a moustache, a mono-brow and a shroud, and are enraged by western societies freedoms, and by the fact that their cult is unable to produce the sort of superb living standards and enlightened populations which are commonplace in the west. They are filled with hatred and contempt for those women and girls who are enjoying their lives instead of being hidden under black cloth and made pregnant by a man chosen by others. The ultimate and best answer, of course, is to end all muslim immigration into Europe immediately, and to deport any muslims born here to the land of their parent's birth, unless they are 'deprogrammed' of their cult, like other ex-cult members, abandon all behaviour and clothing which makes a statement of their cult, denounce the cult publicly and entirely, and pass exams in "western values".
As for the racist and sexist "undernorwaysky" and his remarks about "drunken Norwegians": what on earth has that got to do with you? No European, and no native of any other "western" country, has to justify themselves to you or any minority weirdo. If you are too backward to understand western culture, then you have a very simple option: choose one of many dirty, violent, barbaric, medieval muslim sandpits, and crawl into it. Comparing the practices of Christian countries, with the practices of Islamic ones, we can all agree that getting drunk is a lot more fun than female circumcision!
by Bluebell on 2011-10-28 21:47:26
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