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December 08, 2017, 11:18:21 AM
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So the Pew forum has given three scenarios for the future Muslim population in the EU. These are:

1. Medium migration scenario: 11.2% of the population
2. High migration scenario: 14.0% of the population
3. Zero migration scenario: 7.4% of the population

       



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December 08, 2017, 02:50:09 PM
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So the Pew forum has given three scenarios for the future Muslim population in the EU. These are:

1. Medium migration scenario: 11.2% of the population
2. High migration scenario: 14.0% of the population
3. Zero migration scenario: 7.4% of the population

       



Well, you know what happens when they hit at least 10%. Look at the Philippines and Thailand.
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December 10, 2017, 07:22:10 PM
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Is it possible that these numbers are low? The zero immigration prediction for France is 12,7% by 2050. That is 33 years away, which is enough time for all Muslim families to double their sizes. Assuming France continues their Socialist policy of paying families money per child, I don't think that the population growth will be getting any less.
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December 10, 2017, 10:55:46 PM
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Well if people in those countries want to be Muslim, what does it matter? As long as they keep laws in place for the democratic majority of the country the religion of individuals shouldn't matter. Now, if this is alluding to the arabic migration of peoples from war torn countries then that is a different discussion.

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December 12, 2017, 03:42:35 PM
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Well if people in those countries want to be Muslim, what does it matter? As long as they keep laws in place for the democratic majority of the country the religion of individuals shouldn't matter.
It just doesn't happen that way. In certain areas of France it's generally understood that 90% of the crime is from the immigrant populations. Muslims will insist on having Muslims for their elected representatives if they can vote. The local governments will become Muslim. Then the larger regional governments will begin to change too. They form their own small communities where their customs are enforced. What you say just doesn't happen. They put their religion and customs above the law to the extent that they are able to.
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December 14, 2017, 06:30:30 PM
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Well if people in those countries want to be Muslim, what does it matter? As long as they keep laws in place for the democratic majority of the country the religion of individuals shouldn't matter.
It just doesn't happen that way. In certain areas of France it's generally understood that 90% of the crime is from the immigrant populations. Muslims will insist on having Muslims for their elected representatives if they can vote. The local governments will become Muslim. Then the larger regional governments will begin to change too. They form their own small communities where their customs are enforced. What you say just doesn't happen. They put their religion and customs above the law to the extent that they are able to.

I understand how Muslims move into a country and, due to the politics of the Islamic faith, consolidate and try to "usurp" the local government. I was trying to get at the point that the problem is the immigration and not the religion. If the religion starts to propagate then that's what it does, all faiths try to do this.

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December 15, 2017, 02:18:24 AM
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Well if people in those countries want to be Muslim, what does it matter? As long as they keep laws in place for the democratic majority of the country the religion of individuals shouldn't matter.
It just doesn't happen that way. In certain areas of France it's generally understood that 90% of the crime is from the immigrant populations. Muslims will insist on having Muslims for their elected representatives if they can vote. The local governments will become Muslim. Then the larger regional governments will begin to change too. They form their own small communities where their customs are enforced. What you say just doesn't happen. They put their religion and customs above the law to the extent that they are able to.

It is already happening across the European Union. In London, they have already elected one Muslim as the mayor (Sadiq Khan). And an estimated 98% Muslims voted for him, during the mayoral elections. This process is going to repeat in the other cities with major Muslim populations, such as Birmingham, Brussels, Amsterdam and Stockholm.

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January 18, 2018, 11:23:34 AM
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People love Muslims in Europe. I am very wondering.
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January 20, 2018, 04:14:32 AM
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Well if people in those countries want to be Muslim, what does it matter? As long as they keep laws in place for the democratic majority of the country the religion of individuals shouldn't matter.
It just doesn't happen that way. In certain areas of France it's generally understood that 90% of the crime is from the immigrant populations. Muslims will insist on having Muslims for their elected representatives if they can vote. The local governments will become Muslim. Then the larger regional governments will begin to change too. They form their own small communities where their customs are enforced. What you say just doesn't happen. They put their religion and customs above the law to the extent that they are able to.

Are you complaining that they use the democratic system to vote for the person they believe best represents them? How dare they. Why don't they become apathetic like everyone else and stop voting? You know. So that nothing changes.

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January 21, 2018, 04:29:31 AM
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It takes religious people to care enough to make a democratic voting system work. This is a perfect example of that. The other mostly atheist segment of the European populations are too careless and selfish to put any significant effort in to voting. The most that they think of is which candidate will help me have the most money and there is no thought to an overall community or well being. With the Muslim population it's totally different. They're voting for their community and religious beliefs.
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January 21, 2018, 04:48:00 AM
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It takes religious people to care enough to make a democratic voting system work.

Have to disagree with your post. Countries such as Czech Republic and Romania are having perfectly working democracies, and still the population is predominantly atheist or non-religious. On the other hand, very few of the Muslim nations are having working democracies. Even the so called "progressive" Muslim nations are being ruled by dictatorships.

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