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I think the problem of muslim radicals will actually help Europe to fix itself.
Eventually Nationalists/Conservatives will take power from Socialists/Liberals and hopefully the rule of law will be restored in Europe.
Political process will solve the problem of immigration , sharia enforcement and gun laws in Europe. I certainly hope that this is the path EU will take.
Radicalised muslims are very small minority among European populations ,so they are still a manageable problem.
People like Merkel and Hollande should be held accountable, at a minimum they should be made to resign, however I would prefer them to be tried.
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Elections will come early in Germany that is 300% certain.
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Merkel has started back peddling and now wants a harder line on asylum and criminal immigrants.

The best thing to come out of all of this, is that people are now talking about changing UN's refugee convention, which hasn't been updated since the 40's and is grossly outdated.
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Just as many liberals fail to understand why a blanket condemnation of Isalm is the only resort to what is going on in the world today.How many muslims feel the way the gentleman in @Medwed
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I think the tale of the blind monks and the elephant are very much at work here

This gives at least the start to that answer and the answer is in the hundreds of millions...which probably makes my question far more pertinent than yours making the tale of the blind monks apropos to said liberals.


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Source?

 

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Again with the cutouts of daily fail articles.



Also it turns out that the idiot, who tried the enter a Parisian police station with a gun the other day, was an asylum seeker in Germany.
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making the tale of the blind monks apropos ]
Check your ableist privilege brah.
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Is this what would be known as a "non sequitur?" confused.gif
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Is this what would be known as a "non sequitur?" confused.gif

 

Our resident village idiot managed to find a single rape case from 4 years ago. Impressive stuff! This act of desperation demonstrates the huge contrast between normal European levels of rape, and the behavior imported by the rape apes currently padding their way across the Mediterranean.

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Is this what would be known as a "non sequitur?" confused.gif
No, but since you're not a real 'murican your linguistic confusion is understandable.
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No, but since you're not a real 'murican your linguistic confusion is understandable.

What fallacy would it be then? In conversational use isn't it usually taken to be a conclusion or statement that doesn't follow from the previous? It would seem to me in a discussion that is currently loosely about the treatment of Western females by Muslim immigrants across more than one country in Europe that this very sad case of what seem to be native born Ukraines against a native born Ukraine does not follow. I guess maybe we can deem it some sort of false equivalency maybe? I think the important thing though is that we all admit this horrendous case has nothing to do with the current conversation nor is equivalent to the topic at hand.

Medwed, calling LD "the village idiot" is stupid even for you. He's one of my favorite posters.
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What fallacy would it be then? In conversational use isn't it usually taken to be a conclusion or statement that doesn't follow from the previous? It would seem to me in a discussion that is currently loosely about the treatment of Western females by Muslim immigrants across more than one country in Europe that this very sad case of what seem to be native born Ukraines against a native born Ukraine does not follow. I guess maybe we can deem it some sort of false equivalency maybe? I think the important thing though is that we all admit this horrendous case has nothing to do with the current conversation nor is equivalent to the topic at hand.
Just noting that some poasters' enthusiasm for SJWing and professed concern for the plight of women are highly situational and of conveniently recent origin.
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