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    And to all of these things Mr. Trump will answer,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    And to all of these things Mr. Trump will answer,,,
    Looks like he's wearing a latex glove on his right hand.

    Which confirms his status as an unashamed wanker.

    (And, given the abnormal backwardly bent top of his right thumb, either he has pluckin' banjo thumbs - "squeal like a pig" - or he's just ejaculated through his thumb into his glove. Either way, he is seriously weird.)
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    He is very nontraditional, thats for sure. Some of the People of the U.S. seem to want someone who is not an insider of the Old Boys political club, but instead is a real World business oriented outsider that is not dancing to the tune of the puppeteers who seek to influence so many of the others, be it PAC's, Parties, special interest groups etc. Given the number of well proven wankers we've had over the last 20 yrs, it seems prudent enough to give Trump a shot, especially since he is at this point, the current winner of the conservative race. But there is still a long stretch of time before November, so who knows what the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate may bring to us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    Some of the People of the U.S. seem to want someone who is not an insider of the Old Boys political club, but instead is a real World business oriented outsider that is not dancing to the tune of the puppeteers who seek to influence so many of the others, be it PAC's, Parties, special interest groups etc.
    Same with a lot of people here, including me to the extent that I want to see the end of political party hacks who think politics is a career for power hungry arseholes rather than a noble community service by principled people, regardless of their political persuasion.

    Problem is, the likes of Trump and our last equivalent rich ****head getting elected down here, although fortunately not to national leadership in our case (or maybe not so fortunate, given the bozo we actually got who duly got rolled by his own party for also being a ****head), is that they are still drawn from a selfish unrepresentative rich elite who have nothing in common with sections of the electorate at large which stupidly think these political clowns will somehow be different from every other arsehole who seeks power for its own sake.

    The only difference between Trump and his current opponents in both parties and previously is that he says he's using his own money, instead of other people's, to buy his way into power. And maybe not even his own money, as it now turns out that our last equivalent ****head has duly let his companies which funded his campaign go belly up, leaving his workers out of jobs. And this from our supposed 'man of the people' who was going to bring a new honesty to our politics. Of course, there is no reason to expect from Trump's spectacular corporate bankruptcy history that he would be such a personal and political turd as our equivalent rich ****head. Yeah, right!

    Anyway, as far as Trump goes, the last I heard he had only about 400 delegates to 600 for the other Republican contenders, so he's obviously not the overwhelming choice of the GOP. If his Republican opponents could do the unthinkable for self-seeking politicians and agree to drop out all but the most favoured candidate, Trump probably loses the nomination and the GOP saves the planet from unnecessary international instability and conflict because a ****wit has control of the big red button.

    EDIT: Beats me why arsehole gets through the forum filter but Richard Cranium (= di*khead) doesn't, when the former is anatomically correct and the latter isn't. Probably a filter designed by the same sort of morons who control what our politicians say publicly so that none of it is consistent or rational, much like many of their personal lives, such as this bloke. Personally, I'd vote for him, if only for his idiosyncratic dress sense and just to stick it up the establishment, of which he was very much part until these photos appeared in the press.

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    Go trump! He understands what's going on and I wish Europe had a Trump too.

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    Wasn't for Open boarders and allowing so many Muslims in, we wouldn't have terror attacks. So trump has a point! Not sayn all Muslims are bad, but the amount of Muslims entering out countries makes bigger risks of home grown terror attacks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aly j View Post
    Wasn't for Open boarders
    I'm confused by what you mean by "open boarders", as boarders are, by definition, residents who pay for their board. What do they do they do to make themselves "open"?

    Quote Originally Posted by aly j View Post
    and allowing so many Muslims in, we wouldn't have terror attacks. So trump has a point! Not sayn all Muslims are bad, but the amount of Muslims entering out countries makes bigger risks of home grown terror attacks.
    So allowing Muslim immigrants in is the present problem, rather than the few people who choose to follow the Islamic radicalism funded all over the planet by the oil rich Saudi Wahhabists and its virulent extensions flowering in all the appalling atrocities of ISIS? http://www.mmg.com.au/local-news/she...olence-1.74895

    As for Muslim immigrants being responsible for terrorist attacks, how many generations back do you want to go?

    Australia’s three terrorist attacks in the past 18 months at Endeavour Hills police station in Melbourne, the Lindt cafe in Martin Place and Parramatta police station in Sydney were undertaken by Australians. Man Haron Monis came to Australia 18 years earlier and had become a citizen. Numan Haider and Farhad Jabar came to Australia as children with their families. Foreign fighters Jake Bilardi and Oliver Bridgeman (although disputed) are Australian-born converts to Islam, while Abdullah Elmir (known as “Ginger Jihadi”) and Khaled Sharrouf were born here. We see a similar pattern in those arrested for plotting terrorist acts and providing other support.

    Only those on the extreme Right would suggest that all terrorist attacks in Europe are caused by refugees. We have seen in Europe that such rhetoric has the potential to tear apart communities; oversimplifying the issue serves only to exacerbate the problem and risks taking away the focus from other areas necessary to our strategy to counter this threat.
    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/opin...9ff113da9a0aa3

    Or this home grown non-immigrant in England: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-fanatics.html

    Applying your same reasoning to the Catholic Church and the Italian Mafia in Australia would mean that if we stopped further immigration by Catholics and Italians this would see the end of crimes by Catholics, notably sexual abuse of children by Catholic clergy and religious orders, and Italian mafiosi, notably drug dealing, extortion,murder and various other quaint but violent Calabrian and Neapolitan customs.

    Alas, that wouldn't get rid of the various Catholics and Italians, some of them like me (proudly not Italian) sixth and seventh generation Australians with, in my case, some difficulty in authorities knowing whence to send my dissected parts for my various heritages (Irish, Cornish, Dutch, French, Portuguese etc).

    The only way to stop these Catholic and Italian crimes is to expel all Catholics and all people of Italian descent from Australia, which is the logical extension of your view that we should not allow any more Muslims into Australia because some might be terrorists. How many innocents do you think should be expelled to get rid of a few criminals?

    Or is it just that the ones born or previously here are okay and not a threat? http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-28672826

    How are you going to deal with the families of Australians who aren't Muslims but who are associated with vile Australian born jihadists such as Sharrouf? http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/...arrouf/5670312

    For example, what do you think should be done with Sharrouf's non-Muslim Australian mother in law who still has understandable concerns for her grandchildren?
    http://www.smh.com.au/national/karen...13-gmtbo5.html

    I don't have a problem with wiping out everyone like Sharrouf and his ISIS mates, and refusing to let his children back into Australia despite their grandmother's understandable desire to save her grandchildren from the consequences of the jihadist culture their parents took them to for, presumably, the perceived benefit of those children.

    Nonetheless, I can't agree with you that the major current problem is "allowing so many Muslims in, we wouldn't have terror attacks".

    Most of the poor bastards coming to the West from Muslim countries are fleeing circumstances of which we have no experience or real conception in the West, and many of those circumstances have been created or assisted by the West over many centuries, and increasingly post-WWII.

    As with the various earlier floods of refugees after WWII, Greek Colonels, Vietnam War, etc, most of these migrants will bring and in many cases keep alive their own cultures while fitting new blocks into the walls which build and enrich our various nations.

    I'd happily send to a remote island close to, or preferably under, Antarctica for the hopefully very short rest of their destructive lives all those among them who choose to be serious criminals in our new land, be they the various forms of organised or disorganised crime and jihadists who all undermine the society in the new land which gave them succour.

    But that's not a reason to treat all of their former countrypeople as a threat when they're just poor bastards trying for a new life in a new land where they take advantage of their opportunities and uphold our principles, which often works rather well.

    http://amesnews.com.au/lead-story/ka...al-settlement/

    http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/...20/4220107.htm


    Quote Originally Posted by aly j View Post
    the amount of Muslims entering out countries makes bigger risks of home grown terror attacks.
    Ever considered the possibility that if the West hadn’t consistently been interfering in the Middle East, notably in support of Israel’s land grabbing and oppression of the Palestinians at the same time as, for example, a few decades ago, supporting the Iranian Pahlavi regime and its SAVAK secret police and similar regimes elsewhere then and even now, there wouldn’t have been a PLO and its bombings, Munich etc and the current Islamic jihadists? Ably encouraged by Pahlavi/ SAVAK equivalents in just about every Islamic country in the Middle East / Central Asia which often, as in Egypt in particular, were tasked to oppose the likes of the Muslim Brotherhood which sought to impose Sharia (not the usual “Sharia law” corruption in popular Western discourse but Sharia in the true sense of a nation united and run under their version of pure Islam).

    As for the recent bombings in Brussels and Paris, and at the risk of being called once again an insensitive and heartless arsehole who raises historical facts to balance national and or international outpourings of grief in the interests of aiming for understanding the flow of history, compare these relatively trivial events in Brussels and Paris to the colonial activities of the Belgians and French as recently as half a century ago in suppressing democratic self-determination desires in their African colonies, never mind the brutal actions of the Belgians in particular in the Congo in the first half of the 20th century. http://www.theguardian.com/world/200...o.andrewosborn

    Given this history, does Brussels really deserve its position as the capital of the European Union and that Union’s grand conception of itself as the bastion of human rights law?

    Why should there be such current, but certainly justified,outrage about the latest Brussels attacks yet none about Belgium's dark colonial past?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aly j View Post
    Wasn't for Open boarders and allowing so many Muslims in, we wouldn't have terror attacks. So trump has a point! Not sayn all Muslims are bad, but the amount of Muslims entering out countries makes bigger risks of home grown terror attacks.
    What's his point? No "Muslim" terror attacks have happened in the U.S. because of "open borders." It's a complex problem but has a lot to do with vast differences between Euro and American cultures regarding immigrants. In the U.S. integration is fostered more so in Europe where Muslims seem to wall themselves off into ghettos...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    What's his point? No "Muslim" terror attacks have happened in the U.S. because of "open borders." It's a complex problem but has a lot to do with vast differences between Euro and American cultures regarding immigrants. In the U.S. integration is fostered more so in Europe where Muslims seem to wall themselves off into ghettos...
    Um...9/11?????????

    Well yeah, America has its own culture but was based on and by Europeans.

    European immigrants intergrant much better than anyone else because we have same cultures, religions and faiths. Muslims have a total different religion and faiths that clash with foreign cultures. Most Africans seem to adapt to white culture quite well apart from the men who were child soldiers. Asians seem to be like Muslims but more pleasant and peaceful people.

    I'm not a fan of multicult and understand Trump... That doesn't mean I'm a Hitler supporter that believes in the Ayran race which I don't. No such thing exists. And don't worry I had arguments with people who believed hitlers policies over Ayrans.

    Trump doesn't represents Aryans he represents America and wants majority white America back and to halt Mexican illegal immigrants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    It's a complex problem but has a lot to do with vast differences between Euro and American cultures regarding immigrants. In the U.S. integration is fostered more so in Europe where Muslims seem to wall themselves off into ghettos...
    A partial explanation: http://www.ibtimes.com/why-do-americ...rparts-2189449

    I suspect that part of the problem for many Muslims in Europe is that they came from the host country's former colonies (notably in France) or as guest workers in the 1960s and 1970s with expectations of a better life matching the average standard of living in the host country, but for various reasons, many beyond their control such as changed economic circumstances in the host country, those expectations were not met.

    I suspect also that many Muslims who migrated to America had more marketable skills than, say, the labour cannon fodder often represented by guest workers in Europe, so those who went to America had a wider range of opportunities to satisfy their expectations of a better life and were more likely to be satisfied with their new life and more likely to integrate into the mainstream American community.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aly j View Post
    Um...9/11?????????

    Well yeah, America has its own culture but was based on and by Europeans.

    European immigrants intergrant much better than anyone else because we have same cultures, religions and faiths. Muslims have a total different religion and faiths that clash with foreign cultures. Most Africans seem to adapt to white culture quite well apart from the men who were child soldiers. Asians seem to be like Muslims but more pleasant and peaceful people.

    I'm not a fan of multicult and understand Trump... That doesn't mean I'm a Hitler supporter that believes in the Ayran race which I don't. No such thing exists. And don't worry I had arguments with people who believed hitlers policies over Ayrans.

    Trump doesn't represents Aryans he represents America and wants majority white America back and to halt Mexican illegal immigrants.
    The 9/11 Conspirators were all here legally on work or education visas (I believe) like thousands if not tens of thousands of others. They came here specifically to conduct the terrorist operation on 9/11 and were not "radicalized" while here. They acted suspiciously and no one took any significant action with their odd behavior in the flight schools. There was enough evidence to begin investigation, no one seemed interested. BTW, most of the 9/11 terrorists came via Europe and their main cell was in Hamburg Germany I think...

    Trump is a habitual liar. If you really enjoy his blond, "Aryan" looks, have at him!

    Maybe Trump represents these arse'hole "Aryans":

    Brussels Raids Continue as Police Disperse Crowds of Self-Described Fascists
    DAVID CAPLAN,Good Morning America 2 hours 37 minutes ago


    Raids targeting terror suspects continued Sunday across Belgium as riot police used water cannons to disperse a group of self-described fascists damaging memorials in the capital.

    At Place de la Bourse, police broke up crowds who authorities said were throwing rocks and bottles and trampling on tributes to the 28 victims of Tuesday's bombings. Some arrests were made, though police didn't immediately say how many.

    The crowd gathered in the same place where a peace march had been scheduled for Sunday but was cancelled over security concerns. Officials said police were stretched too thin with their anti-terror operations to dedicate manpower to the march, which was expected to draw thousands of people.

    Amid unrest in the capital, police across Belgium carried out 13 house searches Sunday and detained four people for unspecified terrorism incidents, according to the country's federal prosecutor's office.

    At least four others were being held on terrorism-related charges in Belgium. Police in Italy and Germany were also investigating suspects for their possible links to the Brussels attacks.
    Americans Killed in Brussels Bombing Were Spouses of US Personnel
    Former Belgian Ambassador to US Among Dead in Terror Attacks
    Dramatic Video Goes Inside Brussels Airport After Deadly Attacks

    While anti-terrorism operations continued across Europe, Belgian Interior Minister Jan Jambon acknowledged decades of neglect had hurt the country's ability to respond to violent extremism despite the government's recent spending on security services.

    Jambon said errors were made leading up to last week's attacks in Brussels and the government had invested 600 million euros ($670 million) in the last two years on anti-terror mechanisms, but those investments needed time.

    "It is also not because you put the money in now that tomorrow all this is visible on the ground," he said, adding hiring anti-terror specialists could not happen in weeks or months.

    The Associated Press contributed to this story.
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    The Belgian Interior Minister is named "Jan Jambon"? Seems appropriate. Yours from the curing shed, JR.

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    Watched an interesting program on Trump the other day. its amazing how many failed projects this guy has had over the years, he had to file for bankruptcy at one point due to a failed business in over a billion dollars of debt. For someone who started off with a million dollars inheritance, he doesn't sound all that smart. Admittedly he's got a lot more cash than I have so who am I to talk. Just find it interesting how the voters that back him, do so because of his business acumen, they have no idea about all the cock-ups and failures. I wonder how many cock-ups we'll see if he's put in-charge of a Country. I can't see it myself as it seems like people are losing interest. It was kind of refreshing just to have a different character in the election race but now I'm bored of listening.

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    As of last night, Trump is looking like the Candidate for the November elections. Cruz has dropped out, and on the other side, Sanders is looking pretty wobbly. Though if the Convention of the two Party's want to, they can choose who they like. They do have rules, but the past Decade or so, rules don't seem to matter as much in Washington. An interesting year to look forward to.

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