- Oct 31, 2015
Well then if you won't listen to the rest of us, perhaps you'll listen to the man who just posted this:Myles I've no interest in trying to move yourself and others here away from the seemingly held position that Islam is evil. I've given my thoughts on the origins of and the forces behind this whole 'battle of civilisations' narrative and the only response was that I was talking nonsense 'because I hated Israel' , and needed to wake up. I'm wide awake! I'm not on a crusade to enlighten though so fill yer boots.
I must say that after my interactions with Al Qadri, I've never been more convinced that Islam has no place in Ireland - and he's supposed to be one of the more moderate of them.
You know that not all that long ago calling them blacks was deemed racist?What I can tell you is anyone looking to achieve this situation who vocally demonises Islam/Muslims and refers to blacks as black people will only serve to make such an immigration policy harder to achieve.
I respect Tadhg's opinion but as I said I'll not be getting on the demonising Islam train.
I'm opposed to unlimited immigration into Ireland and believe we should have strict immigration laws that only allow in the type of people we need as and when we need them and only after such time as those already here are housed at a reasonable cost, and employed.
That's what I want to see because I think it's in Ireland's best interests. I presume you'd be happy with that too?
What I can tell you is anyone looking to achieve this situation who vocally demonises Islam/Muslims and refers to blacks as black people will only serve to make such an immigration policy harder to achieve because the masses will not want to be associated with xenophobia and racism, and thus any party that might be formed to try to achieve such an immigration policy that may be associated with such views will go the way of the BNP and UKIP in Britain: ie, nowhere.
That's reality, in my humble opinion.