Forgive me, but I feel compelled to allow a certain conversation from youtube spill over in the form of a response... into a place likely not befitting of the vitriol all too prevelent there.
In reply to a self-described "enlightened one" and quite apparently Islamo-Fascist fool known as "Amilcar Cabral ";
First off unlike you coward, I shall let your little quip stay on my profile for all to revel in contempt of your foolish words blinded in hate and psychotic compulsion.
The only aspect of humanity that deserves extinction and shall recieve such as it sows
shall be those alike to you who have blackened their hearts in hate and blinded their eyes from seeing the world not in a confrontative perspective in regards to their race or creed but for all the potential each of us bears such as the gift of sentience entails.
I could care less if you are white, asian, purple or poke-a-dot (apparently of course you do),
but when you insinuate that ANY person in this world based upon the color of their skin, religion or sexual orientation deserves to be extinguished from the face of this earth for the sole sake of appeasing your fallicious and disgraceful excuse of a superiority complex...
Then you are MY enemy!
For you are the enemy of all the good and worth that can come of the innate potential in future generations of human beings yet to come the world over, across all walks of life.
I could say that I feel sorry for you, but of course why would I express pity for a sociopath?
Good day, because certainly there are not many others who will bother to return your poisoned words in kind otherwise... fool.
Friends... I realize the gravity of the current "multicultural" dynamic in europe as we see it now,
and if it means anything I would like to briefly interject my own perspective into this pressing matter.
I myself live in a nation whereby as a diagnosed autistic, the label automatically pre-determines in the eyes of others my value and significance to a society which sees the unique individual not as an asset to cherish and treasure... but rather as an inconvenience to the grinding and stagnant cogs of perpetually self-imposed societal defeatism and deliberate obstruction of progress in making this world work for the betterment of those willing to contribute to it; empassioned with a saged insight of their own.
Thus as autistics (of any race, of any creed/religion/orientation), we are effectively stripped of the privilege to cherish something as valuable as our convictions ingrained through experience... and that is to bear a sense of identity and value in relation to our homes wherever we reside.
Among my friends, my dignity, my family, my purpose and my honor...
there is one more thing I hold in equally high regard above much else in this life;
and that is the preservation of cultures intrinsic to the people across the world who hold them dearly as a means to keep a sense of identity, value, honor and sense of purpose in this world.
Wherever you are, nomatter what adversity you face; I say gravely unto you this:
NEVER back down and simply watch as your cultural identity is stripped away and defiled!
NEVER allow malevolent immigrants to push you and your native communities around in order to progress their ultimate agenda to destroy your property, your dignity, and country's core values so as to implant within your own home their societally destructive mandates!
And NEVER EVER EVER pass off the suspicion of people doing exactly these things as "signs of the times", because admittedly there are indeed aspects of many cultures from other less developed places which when held up to the judgement of 1st world norms are indicted as unnacceptable and even criminal.
Nomatter who you are, where you are, and how differently we view life... I think we can agree on a single thing:
That each and every one of us must at all costs protect what we hold dear and close...
for if we were to apathetically let these treasured catysts to life fade away into the winds of obscured past tenses, what is there left in this world worth holding onto... but to embrace death itself?
I am not above having personally motivated opinions, but in spite of this I will always believe that a true middle way is possible!
Thank you for reading this.
Listening to: Boards of Canada - Twoism