This answer focuses on how many terrorists come not from refugees and migrants directly, but out of the homes they build decades later.
Why we are seeing so many terrorists coming from second generation Muslim homes, even moderate westernized Muslim homes, has a lot to do with the insular nature of Muslim communities.
Many immigrant communities form insular neighborhoods that become part of the culture of their cities. Think of the Chinatowns, or Little Koreas that exist. It serves as a bu...(more)
This question popped up in my feed, and there is a lot of thought that should be given into it. In part, I very much sympathize with many of the soldiers of World War II and I think I understand why the Germans act the way they do towards them. I just don’t think it’s right. You’re free to agree ...(more)
I’ll answer firstly about the question details, namely the hateful people who accuse and treat every uniformed person as a murderer.
I actually get these insults probably once every three weeks to at least once every month or so. The first time you get it, you’re really taken aback. A little bit in shock. After writing in on a very liberal forum such as Qu...(more)
The short answer is no. The long answer is no, but there is some nastiness down the pipeline.
Ha. Cold Civil War. That’s actually pretty good.
What we have right now boils down to a regime change. It happens on average every eight years. What was different this time was that one side had an overwhelming amount of control of the media by way of activist intervention from a young population and technocrats with leverage. This caused the news feed to ...(more)
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