Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Islamicist appeasement quote of the day

'Of course, there are laws that come into conflict with specifically Muslim beliefs and customs. Honor killings, forced marriages, and polygamy pose real problems. “Although France officially prohibited polygamy in 1993, current estimates suggest that anywhere from 150,000 to 400,000 residents, many from Mali and neighboring north African countries, still live in polygamous households.” On the other hand, France and other countries are redefining marriage to include same-sex and other arrangements. “If two men or two women can be married, the logical grounds for prohibiting heterosexual polygamy are eroded.” So long as laws against polygamy are not enforced, there is no need for a clash of cultures.'

Taken from The Much Exaggerated Death of Europe, by Richard John Neuhaus.

I particularly enjoyed the last line: so long as the laws against murder are not enforced, there is no need for an increase in murder statistics.

1 Comments:

Anonymous La don said...

Thanks for writing this.

5:41 pm  

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