For those who perhaps don’t understand


For those who perhaps don’t understand :

  • All war is bad, but, since time began, people have robbed and stolen from others
  • Almost all religions have bad people and bad laws and are frequently manipulated by politics and state interests
  • I am not anti any religion but when religion is the common denominator – it needs to be said
  • Do I generalise? – of course, we all do. I try to reflect the majority view as opposed to the minority view
  • Are Muslims bad? – No, some are very nice people – those who have made the effort to integrate in their new chosen country. “When in Rome” and all that.
  • I present my personal view on this blog – It is presented to encourage thought and discussion among you and your friends.
  • You don’t agree? – Statistically, I can only be liked 50% of the time, so that’s a draw
  • Are Christians bad?  – No, some are very nice people, some are not (Hitler, Bush and pedophile priests)
  • Respect – Is earned. The current wave of ‘refugees’ have not engendered respect either for themselves or their religion
  • Islamic State are perverts and vandals seeking to impose a caveman ideology on others. They are ignorant, violent and a disgrace to humanity
  • Do I despise refugees? – There are genuine refugees who are grateful to their saviours and appreciate the opportunity to improve their lives and respect their adopted country and then there are fakes
  • Whilst the world *should* be nice to each other and just get along, it’s a Utopian dream, not reality
  • It is good to help all people in need but it is bad to impose ‘regime change’ on others. We should not meddle in other people’s business. We don’t invade Greenland and impose Christianity there, so why try in the Middle East? Not my lifestyle but mine is not theirs either
  • When anyone arrives in a new country, compromise is needed.  You cannot demand Britain use dollars or Buddhism – they have chosen Euros (and Pounds) and Christianity, so adapt or leave
  • Nobody forces you to leave your country. It may well be at war but it is NOT someone else’s responsibility to fix it. Most people will try and help out of common decency but it is not their issue
  • Destruction of history and architecture is not justifiable
  • Destruction of another’s lifestyle is not acceptable
  • If you hate a place – leave
  • Hate preaching is a crime and the preachers should face the consequences accordingly and be sent ‘Home’
  • The world has gone too far in accommodating diversity and become too politically correct – hence nobody wants to say NO!
  • We are allowed to be different from each other and celebrate that difference but wars about it are not the right way to handle the difference
  • What someone does inside their house is their own business. What they do in public must be acceptable to the majority in the place they live – otherwise they need to leave for somewhere that tolerates their behaviour.