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Why are Muslims seen as a deterrent to Poland?

Dirk diggler 6 | 2,065    
22 Nov 2017  #541


Some of the women look straight up like ninjas

Also UK is a net payee into the eu, and a rather large one at that, not beneciciary like Poland. The eu basically redistributed the wealth of the west plundering the wealthy states cash for the poorer eu countries. Not to mention the flood of immigrants which severely undercut blue collar brits. First they let their amazing empire fall apart which due to all the independence movements is kind of understandAble but then they handed way too much control over their affairs to Brussels. That is why Brits esp those in northern England chose leave

SigSauer 2 | 395    
23 Nov 2017  #542

I'm really trying to wrap my head around cheering on the destruction of a nations national identity in favor of appearing altruistic. These countries that people are coming from are all homogeneous societies and no one is asking them to destroy their own national identities with unfettered immigration. Somehow this becomes acceptable when we are talking about European countries or countries which were founded by people of European ancestry. No one is beating the war drum for Japan to accept hoards of economic migrants and to adapt their culture to their new guests, and in fact they take active measures to protect their national identity. There is a blatant double standard with one unchanging variable as to who is targeted for cultural enrichment.
Sparks11 - | 320    
23 Nov 2017  #543

White guilt and/or the media portrays liberalism and globalization as the stuff of the highly educated and elite (who doesnt want to be smart and elite) this pulls in the educated folks because that's where they feel they belong. It's theoreticslly easier to control a heterogeneous nation, the people wont band together. This may not work out though.
SigSauer 2 | 395    
23 Nov 2017  #544


We are celebrating Thanksgiving here on the base, because we are proud of our European ancestors, that they took a leap into the unknown, and that they conquered and built a country from nothing. 0 guilt here for something I had nothing to do with.
Crow 142 | 6,410    
23 Nov 2017  #545

Why deterrent? Germans or Muslims, its all the same to Poles. Poles see deeper. They are wise.
G (undercover)    
25 Nov 2017  #546

Well before you talk about clown degrees then maybe tell us what you studied - because it clearly was not maths or anything similar since you struggle with understanding correlations and probability.

LOL ! So as usual, when you can't prove your "point", you are going down to these childish bullshits. You are using terms which you simply don't understand. We're not talking about coin flipping here but about human choices with huge deviations across districts and damn load of "unknown". In order to extrapolate correlation into general population, you need to first measure the actual correlation between variabilities using a significant sample representing "observations" with structure resembling that of general population in regard to the residence, age etc.

The way you try to do, you could as well "prove" that blacks in America are rich because... those playing in NBA or working in Hollywood make big bucks. That would make as much "sense" as your "most educated voting districts". Clinton had big support among lefty "professors" but also in minority ghettos and the later were far more numerous.

Quite objective data on education of voters actually were collected, you can easily google them up, things like "49 percent of college graduates voted for Mrs. Clinton, 45 percent for Mr. Trump". So the actual diff isn't big and when one dig into it, it turns out that often these are call center kids vs their parents, who paid for the useless "degrees" of those snowflakes. So who's "more clever" here ?

It's nothing but shameless manipulation of desperate globalists losing their power and lemings like you just spread this nonsense thinking it makes them belong to the "better" part of the population.
Dirk diggler 6 | 2,065    
25 Nov 2017  #547

You're not going to explain things like standard deviations, outliers, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, etc. Besides, statistics can be easily manipulated to give a result the statistician wants esp through manipulating the sample/population they are testing.

Besides, city dwellers on average tend to have a higher level of formal education esp in the top 3 us cities by population size. A lot of republicans and conservatives who live in these cities (or left leaning states) like myself don't bother to vote because it's pretty much pointless unless you live in a swing state due to the way the electoral college is set up.

If presidential elections were won via popular vote both candidates would have campaigned differently. I'm not debating that trump was the Archie bunker blue collar silent majority candidate. However, you'd have an increased amount of educated city dwellers from places like NYC Chicago etc voting for trump if elections went by popular vote.
Crow 142 | 6,410    
27 Nov 2017  #548

See, by the Martin Strid, Swedish politician, Muslims aren`t quite humans.

Just go google that. Its fresh concept. Essentially.
Crow 142 | 6,410    
5 Dec 2017  #549

to add something on this.

On the other side, ancestors of that Strid, back in time declared that Slavs aren`t quite humans, so called pagan Slavs and later also Slavs in any case.

Ironically, ancestors of that Strid were Slavs (ie Sarmatians), before they were changed.

Now, go figure all that.
sandwich 1 | 4    
5 Dec 2017  #550

I suspect it's not Muslims necessarily. Poland has been occupied by outsiders for most of the last 200 hundred years. They just want to be left alone.

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