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The answer is 'That's Islam'. The only way to end this is to end the cult of Islam.

The 'perfect man' of the cult encouraged sex slavery and even sold people into slavery. The only way to fight that is to destroy the cult. comment by usgoosht on Nigerians are demanding answers after another potential Boko Haram kidnapping 11 hours, 48 minutes ago
Muslims; can't live with them, flourish without them. comment by usgoosht on Elaborate France kidnap heist nets thieves 'millions' from cash van Feb 9, 2018 11:32 PM [GMT]
Yeah, electing Mr Obrador wouldn't be voting for real change. Just like Mr Chavez' election in Venezuela was only a change of the hands taking the graft, the election of Mr Obrador would be in Mexico.

The Mexicans are screwed. No matter who they vote for, they aren't going to get the changes they need. Of course, they could change on their own, but that's about as likely as snow in July at Cancun. comment by usgoosht on End of NAFTA wouldn't be 'end of world': Mexican leftist's top diplomat Feb 9, 2018 11:29 PM [GMT]
Morality push? Just the cult of Islam reverting to form, and implementing the hatred and intolerance in its scriptures.

Throughout the history of the cult there have been periods of moderation, but they always fail because the Koran is defined to be the unalterable word of Allah, and Mohammed proclaimed himself the last prophet. And the Koran and hadith are *not* moderate. So, the cult always has to revert to being non moderate, because it can't change its nature. comment by usgoosht on Morality push may outlaw sex outside marriage in Indonesia Feb 1, 2018 02:27 AM [GMT]
Stockton is a sunshine city? They went bankrupt just a few years ago. I suppose if you toss out all your debt, you can be a sunshine city until you accumulate it again. comment by usgoosht on Mesa has a lot of company among debt-ridden cities Feb 1, 2018 02:21 AM [GMT]
There are two models that animals follow for reproduction. The rodent model, having lots of babies and giving them minimal upbringing, throwing them out into the world. The elephant model, having few babies, and investing a lot of resources in them so they thrive in the world.

No civilized country can tolerate a rodent model. A modern society requires that its population be educated, and that takes a lot of resources.

Look around the world and you will see that no country that has a high birth rate is civilized. They are forever developing. When the birth rate falls, they can reap a demographic dividend by investing in the education of the last large cohort, and the institutions and infrastructure to support them. That is the transition point from developing to developed. The East Asian nations have followed it to developed status. Chile seems to be on the way to following it.

I don't think Mexico can, the corruption is too entrenched in their society. They are losers, and will remain losers. comment by usgoosht on 'Put Trump in his place': nationalism awakens in Mexican presidential race Jan 23, 2018 01:44 AM [GMT]
Mexico has specialized in corruption, crime, and breeding like animals (having more babies than they can afford). The US has allowed that by letting the human refuse of these policies come to the US.

If Mexico wants to become more independent they have to end the corruption, and invest in family planning and education.

How likely is that? You'd have to give me 100 to 1 odds to bet on that happening. comment by usgoosht on 'Put Trump in his place': nationalism awakens in Mexican presidential race Jan 23, 2018 01:39 AM [GMT]
This isn't a demographic dividend. There has to be a significant drop in birth rate to create a demographic dividend, and India's birth rate has not experienced that. The reason the drop is needed is that it allows resources that would be spent on the next generation to be spent on the current generation, giving them a boost in education and health. That's where the dividend comes from - a healthier more educated workforce.

The article is right in that the dividend is squandered if those healthier, more educated people aren't given opportunities. comment by usgoosht on India's Challenge: So Many Young People, So Few Good Jobs Jan 21, 2018 02:31 AM [GMT]
It's just so funny how he pushes their buttons. comment by usgoosht on Trump brags about winning the presidency on his first try Jan 12, 2018 11:21 PM [GMT]
This is meaningless. The Koran isn't changing, so the dysfunctional policies that it preaches will all come back at some point. It's like the wave goes out, the wave comes in.

It isn't people who determine how the cult of Islam functions, it's the Koran, the final and unalterable religion for all mankind, according to cult doctrine. No change is possible in the cult, except temporarily, as long as they adhere to the Koran. comment by usgoosht on Change is coming to Saudi Arabia Dec 1, 2017 03:44 AM [GMT]

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