Dalai Lama warns Europe that it is becoming Arabized, "Migrants should go home"

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    http://www.therebel.media/dalai_lam..._is_becoming_arabized_migrants_should_go_home

    Looks like not all religious leaders have gone mad yet.
    Can't say the same about that pope, whatever his name is.

    Respect to the Dalai Lama!
     
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    The Dalai Lama- himself a refugee- didn't exactly say, "Migrants should go home, they're Arabizing Europe." He was saying the ultimate goal should be for them to return and help rebuild their native countries.
     
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    Meister is learning to craft thread titles acknowledging the skills of Eric and Steve Knight.
     
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    Great trend.
     
  5. sim667 macrumors 65816

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    Hang on, where you expecting the OP to not narratise the articles to their agenda.

    Wishful thinking. ;)
     
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    The Dalai Lama is right.

    The best thing is for migrants to be repatriated. That way, countries preserve their cultures. Otherwise, they will be destroyed. The only question is whether we learn the lesson in time or not.

    So much destruction was done to Great Britain's historic buildings in the 20th Century before we finally saw sense and stopped destroying them.

    The greatest modern evils are money and Godlessness; 'twas ever thus.
     
  7. sim667 macrumors 65816

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    In the context of what the Dalia Lama actually said, or in the context of what Meister says the Dalai Lama said?
     
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    Dalai Lama is Buddhist. I imagine the Arabic equivalent would say how Europe or Asia is becoming Buddhized and they should all go home. Or Christianized. Oh dear, only now is there an issue? Why? Same scenario, just different religion.
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    God is also said to be within, so selfishness rather than godlessness could be the issue.

    If people want to maintain their cultures, no problem. It's wrong to go elsewhere and demand everybody else bend over to them. Working with them is certainly a good thing, but their moving and demanding everyone else change is no worse than Americans being forced to train their own H1B replacements.
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    John Paul Ringo George, probably...

    Actually, Pope Francis (that's his name) is probably one of the best ones since Pope Jean Paul II...
     
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    I can't tell you how strongly I disagree.

    This pope is by far the worst I've ever experienced. By far far far.
     
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    Why is this pope the worst you've ever experienced?
     
  12. Meister thread starter Suspended

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    Because of the things he says and does.

    I also thing he has a bad vibe.
    More like a clown than a pope.
     
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    And are you old enough to remember Pope Gregory XVI?
     
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    Muslims are often extremely godly and devout, though, so they should only be improving the world then.

    Because Francis is essentially "liberal" as far as Catholics go, so naturally that makes him evil.
     
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    The Dalai Lama is such a racist prick!
     
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    This is true. But how do we accomplish this? These migrants have no capital and no resources. It's not like they can just buy a plane ticket back and go buy a new house. For many of them, everything they've ever owned and anything of value has been destroyed by war.
     
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    We go in and remove the conditions that led them to become refugees in the first place, then send them home.

    And for those of you too sensitive for this approach, tough noogies.
     
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    So you want American boots on the ground in Iraq, Syria, and Libya?
     
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    Have you costed this proposal? Invading and pacifying Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Syria and Eritrea, rebuilding their infrastructure, feeding and supporting their people and rebuilding their institutions, installing puppet governments all round and then paying for several million airline tickets to repatriate all the refugees might stretch even your capabilities, especially considering that your efforts in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya have been so stunningly unsuccessful to date.
     
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    Whatever the cost, it will be cheaper than the alternative that's playing out right now over what was once Europe.
     
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    The migrant cultures are completely incompatible with that of Europe, which beforehand were safe places to visit.

    Whereas I would have hardly considered visiting Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Syria and Eritrea; Europe has lost its luster for many vacationers. Can it afford not to admit its mistake and go about the expense of ridding itself of the incompatibilities, danger and disease that comes with the territory.
     
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    I say we just focus on America and let the Europeans deal with their own problems (i.e. The immigration problem).
     
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    No capital?
    No resources?

    Source, please.
     
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    What, you didn't see the backpacks full of gold and hundred dollar bills all those migrants had slung over their shoulders in all the photos of them crossing the mediterranean?
     

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