Wednesday, November 09, 2005

To Work or Not To Work

Some say that in France, Muslim immigrants flatly refuse to 'integrate' with society, and insist on carving out territories that are not only all-muslim but are dangerous or deadly to the entry of anybody who isn't. They also say that as they have a lack of both capital and ambition, there are few jobs in their Islam-only pseudo-cities, which only increases poverty---and money the entire country pays to support them. It's expected that at some point they will demand the land they essentially stole-to-own and bring violent insistence they be "given" it officially.

(Used to be you had to bring in a foreign Army for all-out war literally capture the land of another country. Then again... we're talking about France, here.)

In the recent and ongoing riots in France, one of the things that keeps getting reported is how unemployment is so high in those areas and how lack of jobs is such an issue--assumed to be the government's fault in this case--and behind the rage of the rioters. I just saw something that made me wonder if there aren't other factors regarding that lack of a job issue. Over on lfg quoting df they posted:

...a booklet distributed by the Saudi Embassy in Washington offers instructions on how to “build a wall of resentment” between Muslims and infidels, said Nina Shea, director of the Center for Religious Freedom.
Among the book’s directives: “Never greet the Christian or Jew first. Never congratulate the infidel on his holiday. Never befriend an infidel unless it is to convert him. Never imitate the infidel. Never work for an infidel,” Shea quoted during a committee hearing.

So it's actually a common tenet or encouragement to "not work for an infidel"?!

No wonder these people have such a high rate of unemployment compared to the rest of France. Maybe a good number of them are not willing to work for anyone in "the rest of" France.


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