[ExI] Making Rationalizations is Superior to the Alternative
stefano.vaj at gmail.com
Tue Apr 14 11:59:10 UTC 2009
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 6:30 PM, painlord2k at libero.it
<painlord2k at libero.it> wrote:
> I think in the western societies we are grow over this type of thinking, to
> the "live and let live" approach. And we are arguing how the "live" part
> conflict over the "let live" part.
> Can we "let live" someone that is a danger to our future "live"?
> Can two opposite ways to live and organizing the society let the other live
> without endangering themselves?
In fact, I assume that competition for scarce resources is not really
going away, irrespective of ideological tenets; and Islam is not
necessarily the only player, nor, for that matter, even a single
But if one thinks about that, Islamic expansion had been over for
centuries before western countries decided to stir that specific wasp
And coming back to immigration, how many people emigrated from
countries ruled by muppet governments, and how many came from "rogue
States" or were the partisans thereof?
The only Iranian people one meets in Italy are upper-middle class
Iranian Jews. And the idea that Iran may consider (or Saddam Hussein
may have considered) a traditional military invasion of Europe or the
US seems pretty ridiculous.
In fact, most muslim military attacks are perceived even by the most
fanatical jihadists as retaliatory or defensive in nature, not as a
step in a world domination plan.
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