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What about in the name of the moon?



Am I the only who was confused as hell why girls representing planets answered to a chick representing a chunk of rock orbiting an actual planet?


Because they somehow kinda knew that Pluto is a demoted chunk of non-planetary rock.
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all the Islamic countries have governments and legal codes that are oppressive, evil and violent.

especially towards women and other minorities... that's how those cowards operate.

so how in the fuck do people think they get to say its a religion of peace.
where is it peaceful? in the text? sorry that doesn't count.
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Thanks, that was a good article if you look past all the sensationalist crap. It's actually more objective than anything Finnish media would publish.


Yes, the Daily Fail always has...frosting, you have to brush off.




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I wish they visited some other places too, because Joensuu was actually known for it's large skinhead population back in the 80's and 90's. Not a surprise what kind of people got attracted to the group there. It died down in the 2000's though, most of the skinheads who didn't die or get imprisoned went low-profile.


A good portion of SoD seems to be the same type now that they've gotten out of prison.




kaprane wrote:I still don't believe how they're banned from bars. Mainly because the source was just one unnamed student and banning just based on their political views or group affiliation would go against the constitution.


I'm guessing by the article they've been causing problems around the community.



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It's innocent until proven guilty for me and so far there's been nothing. If the immigration crisis gets even more out of hand, there will be clashes and/or vigilantism and then it's the court's duty to condemn people.


Its the court's duty to charge and convict people. The community is quite welcome to condemn whomever they wish. As for the immigration crisis, aside from it being a humanitarian crisis unseen since WW2, I've yet to see anything concrete on it being any sort of crisis beyond that. What I see is a lot of fearmongers promising to do something about the fear they themselves helped create.






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You laugh but this is clearly the start of ragnarok.
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all the Islamic countries have governments and legal codes that are oppressive, evil and violent.

especially towards women and other minorities... that's how those cowards operate.

so how in the fuck do people think they get to say its a religion of peace.
where is it peaceful? in the text? sorry that doesn't count.


...except they don't. Most Muslims don't even live in the Middle East to begin with. The largest Muslim country in the world is actually Indonesia. Which is a constitutional republic just like the US. It also elected a female president. Something the US has yet to accomplish. In fact, a number of Muslim countries have elected female leaders. Contrary to western countries.

But then, I am talking to someone named "trollbutter" so expecting even rudimentary geopolitical knowledge is asking a lot.
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lol oh bs... the center of islam is in the middle east that's why they gotta face there when praying all day.

your trying to evade the issue by moving the argument to Asian countries LOL you don't want to discuss any of the problem areas that are a more real example of Islamic govt in action
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kaprane wrote:
It's innocent until proven guilty for me and so far there's been nothing. If the immigration crisis gets even more out of hand, there will be clashes and/or vigilantism and then it's the court's duty to condemn people.


Its the court's duty to charge and convict people. The community is quite welcome to condemn whomever they wish. As for the immigration crisis, aside from it being a humanitarian crisis unseen since WW2, I've yet to see anything concrete on it being any sort of crisis beyond that. What I see is a lot of fearmongers promising to do something about the fear they themselves helped create.



Except it is an economical crisis with no way out. Youth unemployment is around 20%, while overall unemployment is around 10%. The labour market is simply too weak at the moment. Add in thousands of more migrants who have even lesser chance of employment because of the language barrier and high expectations from employers when it comes to higher education. The costs are already at hundreds of millions and are running towards a billion. This excludes the decreasing property values of homeowners near the migrant centers.

There's really nothing to cut down anymore. Cutting the welfare, pension or health services any more and there would be civil unrest and violent protests. Government decided to cut the education grants, because students really can't do anything against it. It already the lowest form of welfare, It is now something of 500€/month while unemployed people are usually given 400€/month after the state has paid for their rent and utility bills. This effectively ruined the Finnish education system that people used to be so proud of. Next up is selling two thirds of Finnish groundwater to companies in US with a free trade agreement.

In the end, Finland is left with a larger unemployed population, students burdened with high loans and more environmental stress.

There's a reason why you don't hear about the crimes. The police reverted to censoring any crimes where the suspects include immigrants. That alone tells how badly things are going.
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