It's deplorable that muslims, whether youth or older muslims are ALLOWED to do as they like without fear of criminal prosecution. The EU has to bear the full brunt of the blame for the influx of muslim into Europe, I fail to understand the logic behind it. Do the unelected EU bureaucrats hate the indigenous of each European country that much that they set out to destroy them, which they have. When muslims have flooded enough of Europe and begin their quest for total domination of it do the EU destroyers actually believe muslims are going to bow down to the EU diktats that are forced on us, do they think they're going to be immune from the obvious violence that will follow when Europe-wide muslims are the majority. The EU 'suuposedly' wanted to stop another European war, what they have done is more than likely to be the cause of another one, only this time muslims against the rest. Politicans of all EU countries have colluded with the EU to dilute the indigenous of each country. They're nothing but treasonous individuals who should be held to account and tried & convicted. Where jewish people are concerned I am incensed at that for all they've suffered over the years that high profile jews like Mayor Bloomberg in the USA actively promotes hatred of a section of soceity he hates, smokers, yes, smokers. Not content with them being banned from public & private buildings he now wants them out of the parks, off the beaches, out of housing, banned from employment, sound familiar. Does this remind jews of a time past. Now I don't blame all jews for this campaign of hatred being aimed at smokers, but for heavens sake Israel has adopted this hatemongering policy after all that they suffered themselves under the nazi regime. Never do I hear Rabbis or high profile jews denouncing this policy, WHY. It's like the persecuted now don't seem to mind being joining the persecutors.
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