Middle Eastern people- essentially untrustable? Why?

#1
By this, I embrace anyone who is associated by geography to largely sandy parts...don't need to all be Muslim. My personal answer is definitely. Why? Genetics, I reckon.
 
#2
scrofula said:
By this, I embrace anyone who is associated by geography to largely sandy parts...don't need to all be Muslim. My personal answer is definitely. Why? Genetics, I reckon.
And they let you be a teacher?
 
#3
scrofula said:
By this, I embrace anyone who is associated by geography to largely sandy parts...don't need to all be Muslim. My personal answer is definitely. Why? Genetics, I reckon.
So that's your personal opinion is it? Based upon what exactly: a BNP leaflet stuffed through your door?
 
#4
scrofula said:
By this, I embrace anyone who is associated by geography to largely sandy parts...don't need to all be Muslim. My personal answer is definitely. Why? Genetics, I reckon.
I'll bet tomorrows lunch money that if you asked the same thing on a middle eastern forum about westerners you would get exactly the same answer.

All about perspectives, innit.

OEP
 
#6
Ooh PC luvieness is about to encroach on this, with a vengeance. How dare you say rag heads are dishonest thieving bastards, you nasty man you.
 
#7
scrofula said:
By this, I embrace anyone who is associated by geography to largely sandy parts...don't need to all be Muslim. My personal answer is definitely. Why? Genetics, I reckon.
When viewed from, say Vietnam and Cambodia, Middle Eastern people clustered around largely sandy parts would be, hmmmmm, Texas, Nevada and Arizona.

Go figure!
 
#9
Yes, "they", whoever the fcuk that might be..... in my personal "career",have let me teach in Sudan, get to know Libyans and Iraqs in Central Europe, and find, on a sensible, human, basis, that what they believe in has nothing much to do with what I care for and that they are far more devious in admitting that than I am.
 
#10
scrofula said:
Yes, "they", whoever the fcuk that might be..... in my personal "career",have let me teach in Sudan, get to know Libyans and Iraqs in Central Europe, and find, on a sensible, human, basis, that what they believe in has nothing much to do with what I care for and that they are far more devious in admitting that than I am.
So "they" don't share your values? So what?
 
#11
That is where the trouble lies :"So what?" is not part of Islamic thinking. Especially not morning after they have crossed the Koran . More like "Who saw?". Dirty, sly, nasty and troublesome. A few adjectives to ponder upon.
 
#12
scrofula said:
That is where the trouble lies :"So what?" is not part of Islamic thinking. Especially not morning after they have crossed the Koran . More like "Who saw?". Dirty, sly, nasty and troublesome. A few adjectives to ponder upon.
From your 3 posts in this thread, I suspect I don't share your values.

Does that mean I am "dirty, sly, nasty and troublesome"?
 
#13
scrofula said:
That is where the trouble lies :"So what?" is not part of Islamic thinking. Especially not morning after they have crossed the Koran . More like "Who saw?". Dirty, sly, nasty and troublesome. A few adjectives to ponder upon.
I think you have issues.

I work with many nationalities every day and don't find the issues you seem to.


Except the yanks, they're a bunch of cnunts - obviously.
 
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scrofula said:
By this, I embrace anyone who is associated by geography to largely sandy parts...don't need to all be Muslim

That is where the trouble lies :"So what?" is not part of Islamic thinking. Especially not morning after they have crossed the Koran . More like "Who saw?". Dirty, sly, nasty and troublesome. A few adjectives to ponder upon.
First sentence is from your first post. Next paragraph is from your third.

In between you post that "they" are devious?

Pot & Kettle?
 
#16
You taught? In central Europe? Where? Auschwitz...
From your spelling and puntuation, you weren't teaching English. Or morality. Or anything else of interest to intelligent people.
Shall I go on?
 
#19
Nrthn Mky you certainly live up to your name. Spelling? Do me a flavour. I have lived, not in a military way, in an Islamic country, I also have enough financial and banking ( to say nothing of legal ) intelligence to know that these "pepole" are ingrained into a society they fought to invade. Who failed? Us or them? Like em do you? Call me a racist for not liking them?Some sexual activity with spiders may be appropriate.
 
#20
scrofula said:
Nrthn Mky you certainly live up to your name. Spelling? Do me a flavour. I have lived, not in a military way, in an Islamic country, I also have enough financial and banking ( to say nothing of legal ) intelligence to know that these "pepole" are ingrained into a society they fought to invade. Who failed? Us or them? Like em do you? Call me a racist for not liking them?Some sexual activity with spiders may be appropriate.
You spell like a racist: "pepole".
So I think you're racist.
 

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