German study: Almost one in three Muslim students 'would fight and die for Islam'

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The elites have a very close relationship to Islamic fundamentalism going right back, from attacking Saddam, Gaddafi and Assad to their supply of weapons to the Saudis to help them destroy the Yemen people - right through to the massive importation not just of Muslims but of Islam into Europe. We need to be asking why that is and where is it going.

Maybe Islamised societies are easier to rule or maybe just creating social chaos and division is the goal or maybe even the elites are naive (but i do not believe that).
It is destiny, the world converting to Islam has been predicted in Koran.
 

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It has traditionally taken one million lives / deaths per year to keep Germany in its box. 100 million per century. Were it not for the EU the lives of 18 million people would already be credited this century to be lost sometime soon. The EU has prevented that by giving Germany control of Europe.

Germany is just a crazy as it always was and the migrant invitations is part of that craziness. Germany destroys your life one way or the other. That is why Britain is getting away. Britain and America's next move will be declare war on Germany. History repeats itself.
 

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If they don't think in the long therm, why are they saving and investing their money. You are a completely ridiculous poster.
The quarterly figure is all that counts.
 

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The quarterly figure is all that counts.
That's with cowboy Paddy type companies, not with smart companies. Kingspan is an example of a company that thinks long therm.

Cooley distillery, Irish Distillers and Teeling distilleries must age whiskey for at least 3 years and sometimes as long as 21 years.

Your statement is rubbish.
 

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That's with cowboy Paddy type companies, not with smart companies. Kingspan is an example of a company that thinks long therm.

Cooley distillery, Irish Distillers and Teeling distilleries must age whiskey for at least 3 years and sometimes as long as 21 years.

Your statement is rubbish.
You might not like it.
But that's the way a lot of companies work in these financial engineering times.
Yes there are companies that have 3 - 5 year planning scales.
But a lot of companies are drowning in cheap debt foisted on them through share buybacks rather than investing in future growth.
GE are a pretty good example of this kind of business planning.
You can rubbish all you like, but that doesn't change the fact all the markets want is immediate results.
These guys are not long term.
 

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You might not like it.
But that's the way a lot of companies work in these financial engineering times.
Yes there are companies that have 3 - 5 year planning scales.
But a lot of companies are drowning in cheap debt foisted on them through share buybacks rather than investing in future growth.
GE are a pretty good example of this kind of business planning.
You can rubbish all you like, but that doesn't change the fact all the markets want is immediate results.
These guys are not long term.
You may be right, but you can't make a general statement like you have. You might as well say all Irish roads are or bad quality. Some are and some are not. You might as well say all Irish teenagers are taking drugs. Your point is not precise enough.

Nor is it a question of what I like or not? That has nothing to do with it.
 

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You may be right, but you can't make a general statement like you have. You might as well say all Irish roads are or bad quality. Some are and some are not. You might as well say all Irish teenagers are taking drugs. Your point is not precise enough.

Nor is it a question of what I like or not? That has nothing to do with it.
Companies are under huge pressure to deliver immediately.
Watch the huge fluctuations of the shares prices on earnings not meeting expectations.
A lot of very well managed companies have been ruined by the finance snake oil industry.
Debt kills.
 

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Companies are under huge pressure to deliver immediately.
Watch the huge fluctuations of the shares prices on earnings not meeting expectations.
A lot of very well managed companies have been ruined by the finance snake oil industry.
Debt kills.
That's better, some companies are in this situation, not all companies. The amount that are is a cause for concern. A typical example was the old Northern Bank, bought over by foreign whiz kids full of modern university hokus pokus. Make life a misery for staff and dodgy selling. Now all that is left is Danska Bank Dublin office. I blame universities for teaching their business clap trap
 
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