"What do you mean? There is nothing Europe can do. There are over 50 million Muslims on Europe, many of them white. Do have any idea how nearly impossible it is to deport a hundred thousand Muslims, leave alone millions?"
It's not impossible or even hard, if you have the resolve. Simple. After Europe gets out of it's multiculturalist malaise, they will realize that their cultures are being diluted and round up the Muslims and deport them. So the Muslims will riot. They will be crushed. Can you say "live ammunition?"
Look dude, do you really think it can happen? How will you deport 50 million Muslims? Airbus A3XX?
Face it. Europe's lost. Some of the politicians of Europe are Muslim, who were voted into power. What will you do about them? And their supporters?
Arrest UP minister for cartoonist statement: BJP
Press Trust of India
Posted online: Saturday, February 18, 2006 at 1706 hours IST
Chennai, February 18: The BJP today demanded the arrest and dismissal of Uttar Pradesh Haj minister Mohammed Yaqoob Qureshi who announced a reward of Rs 51 crore and gold on the head of the Danish cartoonist for lampooning Prophet Mohammed.
Terming the reward a result of a mad competition of vote-bank politics between Samajwadi Party and Congress, former party M Venkaiah Naidu demanded immediate action of the centre and the UP governor in this regard.
"The BJP disapproves such caricatures, whether Danish or Indian. The so-called secularists have shown no Opposition to the caricature of noted painter M F Hussain," he told a news conference here.
"How can a minister give such a statement? This is cheap tactics and an attempt at vote bank politics", he said.
Turning to the issue of head counts of minorities in the Army, Naidu said his party would oppose tooth-and-nail the Centre's move as it was an "anti-national act".
"It is sectarian and divisive and demoralises the Army," he said.
The move was "fraught with dangerous implications" and so the "party has already advised its state governments not to cooperate with the Sacchar Committee constituted to study the status of minorities, he said.