BAN CARS OR BAN MUSLIMS? SWEDES ASKED

What a "difficult" choice faces us!
Following the latest truck attack by an enraged Muslim in Stockholm, Swedes are now contemplating whether cars should be banned in a desperate attempt to prevent further outbreaks of Muslim violence. 

The issue was addressed recently in an editorial in one of Sweden's biggest newspapers by journalist Eva Franchell. As reported by Brieitbart News
Cars and other vehicles 'have turned into deadly weapons,' and should be banished from cities to stop attacks like the one in Stockholm from happening in future, according to Aftonbladet editorialist Eva Franchell. Crackdowns on immigration or extremist ideology are not the way forward when it comes to terror prevention, according to the veteran journalist, writing after Friday’s terror attack in Stockholm left four people dead. Instead, it is cars — which she calls 'effective murder machines' — that Franchell says 'must simply be removed from city centres and places where people gather, if people are to be protected in future."
Honestly, you cannot fault the editorialist's logic. With Muslim living in non-Muslim societies there are always going to be outbreaks of extreme violence, and even if you keep guns and bombs out, there are many other ways to cause death and devastation, with cars and trucks being the obvious favourite at the moment.

Quite simply, just like you can't have a Western society with both guns and Muslims, you can't have one with both cars and Muslims. You might love both of them or hate both of them or prefer one over the other, but the logic is clear, you can't keep both. You must choose only one.

Just one other note to add, remember that if you decide to keep Muslims, there are a few other items that you may wish to remove from your society: kitchen knives, razor blades, scissors, baseball bats, bricks, rocks, tall buildings, chemicals, matches, gasoline, kerosene, anything inflammable, anything made of glass, etc., etc...The list is practically endless.


 
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