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September 26, 2006

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Steve Edwards

Simply excluding unnamed religious fanatics as prospective citizens will have no deleterious impact on our living standards whatsoever - indeed the case could be made that we'd be saving an awful lot in avoiding higher taxes, transfer payments, affirmative action programmes and the like. There is nothing stopping the Western world from admitting people on their basic merits, while avoiding a situation that would bring on the destruction of the Enlightenment - to wit, preventing the mass immigration of superstitious lunatics who reject the entire edifice of modernity, and would gladly destroy modern civilisation once they have "got the numbers". The only problem is a lack of political will.

Abiola

"Simply excluding unnamed religious fanatics as prospective citizens will have no deleterious impact on our living standards whatsoever"

You won't get any disagreement from this quarter ...

Steve Edwards

Good Lord! That site is insane. Better to be a starving disease-ridden "purebreed" than a wealthy product of evil miscegenation. I suggest the proprietor of that blog should take their own advice on "alternative nutrition".

Abiola

You know, that's the odd thing about people with "interesting" ideas like this - they almost always seem to be reluctant to move to the paradises they extol; reading what typically befell useful Western idiots who defected to Stalin's USSR - a "tenner" based on Article 58 or a quick trip to the Lubyanka basement - one wishes more such fools *would* act on their own propaganda.

Jim

Speaking of Occidentalism, have you been following the comments of a certain character named "YoungRocco"? That guy is the living definition of 'passive-agressive'. Even his lame facade though is much more subtle than this clown you're talking about Abiola.

Steve Edwards

Here's some more conjecture on a country I know nothing about: this sort of extreme nationalist sentiment is more a phenomenon of the Korean Left than the Korean Right. Discuss.

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