Thursday, March 23, 2006

All terrorists are Muslims?

"We all know that "not all" Muslims are terrorists,Right?


How come ALL terrorists ARE MUSLIMS??????????"

Is that so? Someone please hit these people in the head. There are plenty of non-Muslim terrorist groups. Most known are The IRA, which seeks to form a united Ireland and ETA, which seeks to form a Marxist Basque Country (in theory, I don't oppose the idea of an independent Basque Country but ETA terrorists are stupid socialists).

And there are some Christian terrorist groups (in addition to IRA) too. Check National Liberation Front of Tripula, Lord's Resistance Army and God's Army. Not to mention some Christian extremists who play politics by killing abortion doctors. Or KKK in the past.

But the first page is better and more fitting (

The Official Apology
From Denmark to the Muslim World,simply called "We´re Sorry!

We´re sorry we gave you shelter when war drove you from your home country....

We´re sorry we took you in when others rejected you.....

We´re sorry we gave you the opportunity to get a good education.....

We´re sorry we gave you food and a home when you had non.....

We´re sorry we let you re-unite with your family when your homeland was no longer safe...

We´re sorry we never forced you to work while WE paid all your bills.....

We´re sorry we gave you almost FREE rent,phone,internet,car and school for your 10 kids...

We´re sorry we build you Mosques so you could worship your religion in our Christian land...

We´re sorry we never forced you to learn our language after staying 30 years!....

And so....from all Danes to the entire Muslim world,we just wanna say;


The failed European social model has made it possible for all these Muslims to come to Europe, work as freeriders and demand that their ridiculously underdeveloped customs are respected:

"In parts of France, a de facto millet system is already in place. In these areas, all women are obliged to wear the standardized Islamist "hijab" while most men grow their beards to the length prescribed by the sheiks.

The radicals have managed to chase away French shopkeepers selling alcohol and pork products, forced "places of sin," such as dancing halls, cinemas and theaters, to close down, and seized control of much of the local administration."

In Finland, most foreign-born Muslims are out of work (Finland For Thought). This is hardly the case in the United States where people go to work - not to be freeriders. There are more than 30 million foreign-borns in America and the overall unemployment rate for foreigners is less than 8% (28% in Finland). If I had to search for something good from this situation it'd be that these immigrants help to suck the life out of the European social model.



Anonymous Petteri said...

Mikko, you are a young brash buck(?) and provocator. Boy, you suscripe to the method; why should I open the door if I can kick it in? Enough of praising already.

I must say, though, that you comparing the USA with Finland, as a host country for immigrants, is like damn apples and oranges again. America is the nation that is almost exclusively build by hundreds of generations of immigrants and it didn't reach this smoother than Finnish stage without problems. I almost hate to start what I am going to start here because I can already hear the shrill voices blaming me of anti-Americanism.

Undeniably, the slavery is the biggest and the sadest item in the history of how America was populated. Granted, there was absolutely no unemployment with the black folk untill they got their freedom to become so. I mentioned this, with lenght, just to illustrate that there possibly will not be anything in Finland that could even come close to this disgusting episode.

It has certainly not been any cake walk for the many waves of the different ethnic groups coming to America. Dogs and the Irish need not to apply signs were a regular fare at one time. So were, the Jews not accepted for a membership. How about colored only bathrooms etc.

Naturally, this is going back in time but, what they have today in America is a far cry how it was just a generation ago and they are still not perfect. Three hundred year head start should give them a little advantage over us, don't you agree?

March 24, 2006 11:47 AM  
Blogger Mikko Sandt said...

Yes, it's pretty obvious that America wasn't a paradise for the blacks in the past but exactly how does that work as a defense for the current state of affairs?

Finland has always been homogeneous. Only recently have we witnessed an increase in the amount of immigrants. Finland's past is filled with racist attitudes in spite of the fact that we have never really had that many immigrants (or maybe that's one reason behind those attitudes?).

And yes - comparing Finland to America is like apples & oranges. Finland is less than a hundred years old - our ethnic policies have long been controlled by others, namely Sweden and Russia.

One more thing: I'm not sure if there's even one place on Earth where the blacks are doing better than in America (or have the ability to do better). Finland is one of the most vicious places on Earth for colored foreigners - more than half are unemployed and more than half have been victims of violent crime (at least according to HS/Nyt).

"Dogs and the Irish need not to apply signs were a regular fare at one time."

And yet they still travelled rather all the way to America than to our precious little continent. So maybe even then America was the lesser evil.

March 26, 2006 4:06 AM  
Blogger Jason Ward said...

Thanks Mikko...

I do agree with Peterri that we have had our share of embarassing periods, however, this is a great place.

The difference between the US and Europe is that Americans have been fortunate enough to get over their prejudices. Europe, on the other hand, seems to be headed in the opposite direction (ie. French anti-Semitism, German ultra right-wing parties gaining in strength)..

America is a dynamic country so things such as racism will always seem aplified, but in Europe most people live a mediocre existence due to the social systems where everyone is oppresed by the state and living in equal dire straits.

March 26, 2006 7:10 AM  
Anonymous Petteri said...

Damn good points, Mikko! I am a little bit confused as to what the hell we are disagreeing here, except maybe that, during the time of the potato plight, there was no possibility for Irish to move anywhere else than to the US, Canada and Australia. That, at the time, was perhaps not because of any preference on their part but because there was no other choice. I am not even suggesting that it wasn't a relatively good choice.

Jason Ward, I was in an agreement with you until the last sentence. WHAT???

March 26, 2006 11:45 AM  

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