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Re: Liberals will be Liberals - Part II

11/10/2005 2:00 PM
Lord, et al. Re: Liberals will be Liberals - Part II
"Turkey and the Phillipines have tons of radical islamist."
Oh yeah, we do have some of them. In fact they are currently in the government in spite of the fact that they've only taken approximately %30 of the votes, but they are unable to implement their agenda in spite of being a overhelmingly strong majority in the current parliement. Newspapers in Turkey make fun of the supposedly ex-Islamist neo-Liberal(!) the prime minister every day for his silly acts (words such claiming that the problem in France being the ban of headscarf in schools(!)). How ingenious. (Prior to his election he had promised that he would lift that ban from the Turkish schools) If approximately 2/3 of the parlement is not enough to do such a simple thing, I wonder what would be:) How incompetent. That's what radical-Islam is. Greenheads with small dicks. Forget about it. There's another Turkey which is no different from Spain, Greece or whatever E.U. country you might think of.
11/11/2005 5:44 AM
I think many europeans are more worried about the further Radicalization of islam as a result of the Iraqi invasion. ( seems to be a reasonable concern).  
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11/11/2005 10:49 AM
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