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#10 - What the **** schnizel you're such a **** stirrer. No where in…  [+] (13 replies) 12/31/2015 on Diversity hits Iceland -2
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#11 - schnizel (12/31/2015) [-]
Mass immigration results in an increase in rape, surely the least likely suspect would be an immigrant.
#16 - anon (01/01/2016) [-]
What fucking immigration
A couple exchange students? That's not fucking immigration, that's almost tourism
#15 - anon (01/01/2016) [-]
there is a correlation between immigration and an increase in crime but rape is not a specific effect of immigration. The most recent data comes from a book called 'Handbook of Crime Correlates', and correlation does not equal causation. Your logic is faulty, again.
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#60 - superflyingcookie (01/01/2016) [-]
"Correlation does not imply causation"

Oh my god, you liberals love that line.
#61 - Jowi (01/01/2016) [-]
Scientists love that line as well. It's stupid to assume that because there is a correlation that that must be the cause.
There's a correlation between people drowning in swimming pools and Nicolas Cage films.
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#33 - schnizel (01/01/2016) [-]
This is also a good source:
The increase of crime is directly linked to immigration. It would be foolish to say otherwise.
#62 - anon (01/01/2016) [-]
if you are saying that aggressive primitives who raided europe actually did summthin bad aside from cultural enrichment (like in example rape), and you are saying this on site where racemixed trash and progressive cucks are in majority, you are certainly going to have a bad time
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#63 - schnizel (01/01/2016) [-]
I know, but I like the hate.
#65 - anon (01/01/2016) [-]
nah, I think you just have last bits of hope that you will help them see world as it is, but it's futile - brain that failed to work in the past is now controlled by media as independent thinking was too hard for some people, and the media says that all races are equal, destroying our country is good, progressivism, multiculturalism, tolerance and rainbow
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#66 - schnizel (01/01/2016) [-]
#41 - anon (01/01/2016) [-]
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#44 - schnizel (01/01/2016) [-]
So the same circumstances don't apply to a country situated on an island?
#32 - schnizel (01/01/2016) [-]
<All sources are in the image.
#62 - I would be honoured to serve in your tank, Comrade!  [+] (1 reply) 12/29/2015 on The Red Orchestra 2 experiance 0
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#66 - carlonord (12/29/2015) [-]
Apologies, but I prefer to work alone, but I will ride alongside you should you ever need!
#39 - Except that not everyone in Crimea did want to join Russia.The…  [+] (2 replies) 12/27/2015 on patched in -2
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#44 - strictlycommenting (12/27/2015) [-]
It is completely in their right if the majority chooses to separate. Everyone or not, both official and unofficial polls show the majority do not want to live with a proxy EU as their government.

Both sides are in the wrong here. No matter how corrupt the past government was, funding a revolution that destabilizes a country and helping the rebel side is wrong. The main difference is that the rebels of last year are the ones in the government now.
#77 - Jowi (12/28/2015) [-]
Ukraine absolutely had the right to mobilize They had a revolution funded by an outside state created after an illegal and undemocratic secession