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On Friday, November 3, 2017 at 12:22:34 AM UTC-7, risky biz wrote:
> On Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 2:21:25 PM UTC-7, fffurken wrote:
> > On Thursday, 2 November 2017 05:05:37 UTC, Seymore4Head  wrote:
> > >
> > 
> > That's a little eh, all over the place. I definitely noticed a disconnect with the Gorka fella
here (you can rewind a bit to see what he's talking about) -
> > 
> > I doubt Pamela Geller agrees that it's not about immigration.
> > 
> > Here's an article I read by Mark Steyn, plenty in there about Geraldo, or Geronimo, or whatever
his name is. 
> > 
> >
> > 
> > Three months ago, on the anniversary of 9/11, I wrote:
> > 
> > In any war, you have to be able to prioritize: You can't win everything, so where would you
rather win? Raqqa or Rotterdam? Kandahar or Cannes? Yet, whenever some guy goes Allahu Akbar on the
streets of a western city, the telly pundits generally fall into one of two groups: The left say
it's no big deal, and the right say this is why we need more boots on the ground in Syria or
Afghanistan. Yesterday President Trump said he was committed to ensuring that terrorists "never
again have a safe haven to launch attacks against our country".
> > 
> > By that he means "safe havens" in Afghanistan. But the reason the west's enemies are able to
pile up a continuous corpse count in Paris, Nice, Berlin, Brussels, London, Manchester, Copenhagen,
Stockholm, Orlando, San Bernadino, Ottawa, Sydney, Barcelona, [Your Town Here] is because they have
"safe havens" in France, Germany, Britain, Scandinavia, North America, etc. Which "safe havens" are
likely to prove more consequential for the developed world in the years ahead..? In Afghanistan,
we're fighting for something not worth winning, and we're losing. In Europe, Islam is fighting for
something very much worth winning, and they're advancing. And, according to all the official
strategists in Washington and elsewhere, these two things are nothing to do with each other.
> > -
> > 
> > I like the likes of Steyn, or Douglas Murray, because they know what to focus on, which is
immigration. And the time is five to midnight. Everything else is ultimately waffle, arguing with
delusional Islamopologist libtards, etc.
> > 
> > --
> > "It almost makes someone wonder why people waste money on medium to larger trucks when they
could just use their family car".
> > 
> > Reza Risky, 01/11/2017
> Don't waste your time typing. In the first place, you're very stupid, so anything you type isn't
worth reading. As a result of that, only people with IQs in the low single digits will read what you
type and they're meaningless.

I knew there was a secondary reason I didn't read his posts..