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This is the Romanian view of Islam and cultural relativism, its quite shocking......."1. Stop cultural relativism. We need an article in our constitutions that lays down that we have a Christian and humanistic culture.2. Stop pretending that Islam is a religion. Islam is a totalitarian ideology. In other words, the right to religious freedom should not apply to Islam.3. Stop mass immigration by people from Muslim countries. We have to end Al-Hijra.4. Encourage voluntary repatriation.5. Expel criminal foreigners and criminals with dual nationality, after denationalization, and send them back to their Arab countries. Likewise, expel all those who incite to a ‘violent jihad’.6. We need an European First Amendment to strengthen free speech.7. Have every member of a non-Western minority sign a legally binding contract of assimilation.8. We need a binding pledge of allegiance in all Western countries.9. Stop the building of new mosques. As long as no churches or synagogues are allowed to be build in countries like Saudi-Arabia we will not allow one more new mosque in our western countries. Close all mosques where incitement to violence is taking place. Close all Islamic schools, for they are fascist institutions and young children should not be educated an ideology of hate and violence.10. Get rid of the current weak leaders. We have the privilege of living in a democracy. Let’s use that privilege and exchange cowards for heroes. We need more Churchills and less Chamberlains.No need to be alarmed...William
Well, Dependig upon who you are you will agree maybe.or defineitley disagree with this mans point of view....its definitley a matter of cultural perspective and where and when your global point of view"kicks in" or you perspective/training originates am i correct? I happen to think his statement are in violation of the UDHR and most westermers would agree, actually anyone that subscribes to basic doctrine of international law would agree. That is my opinon. I invite comments on this very recent article........William
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