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Dmitry:
I've read a lot of facts about much concentrations of mussulmen around in Europe including Russia  roll:)

What Moscow looked like in September 2010:
Сотни мусульман молятся на улице в Москве. 2010
Ураза-Байрам в Москве отметили тысячи мусульман

The most popular baby names in England:
Mohammed tops list of English baby names - CNN

Kevin:
Hi Dmitry. My thoughts about this: Russia, like Britain, was very keen to have a multi-cultural empire when it was the dominant cultural force of that empire and all the pesky foreign subjects stayed at home doing what they were told. Those little chickens seem to have come home to roost. It's hard to feel sorry for ourselves I think.
Re The Mohammed name thing - all this really shows is that most Muslims (for we must assume that it is them that are responsible) are all calling their sons by the same name. If we all called our boys Jesus no doubt we could reclaim the top spot. It certainly doesn't mean we're being "out-produced" or our culture is under threat, just that Muslims don't think it's cool to call their kids Tarquin or Timothy. Can't says I balme them.
I think if we want to be paranoid about anything it's white middle class "liberal" politicians who assume to speak for minorities and impose multi-culturalism on us while their only contact with said minority ethnic groups is when they come around to clean the swimming pool. Grrrrrr.

An Apple Beatle:
I can't dis-agree with that Kevin....Here is the British version of the most popular name...lol

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/21/20101027/tuk-oliver-most-popular-name-for-boy-6323e80.html

Kevin:

--- Quote from: An Apple Beatle on November 01, 2010, 01:03:10 PM ---I can't dis-agree with that Kevin....Here is the British version of the most popular name...lol

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/21/20101027/tuk-oliver-most-popular-name-for-boy-6323e80.html

--- End quote ---


I think though they fail to mention that Mohammed appeared in 11 variant spellings (for instance Mohammad, Muhammed, Mohamed etc) and if they are added together (which it's hard to argue they shouldn't be) it easily makes number 1.
I hope that little oversite wasn't intentional on their part.    :)

Dmitry:
What about Russia nowadays the problem is that there many immigrants from adjacent under-developed countries. Really a great deal of them, especially in Moscow. They have another culture that seems to us barbaric, as maybe many of Russian people seems barbaric for Europeans. They don't know our language. Savagery, bad manners, some kind of dissoluteness and even crime and so on. That's a problem! A problem occurs when two cultures differ very much, and both strive for dominance.
In Moscow an invasion of lower-paid unskilled workers is lasting for at least ten years. Here is an example, if you, a common Moscow family, decide to meet a New Year in the heart of Russia, on the Square near Kremlin, and you go there to see a salute, you'll be afraid of what you see and you'll run away in a hurry - thousands of slovenly and dirty, smoking, drinking, scolding foreign people all around, who even don't know Russian language. In ordinary days large groups of such people you can meet here and there in Moscow streets. I've read that resembling state of affairs is in many parts of Europe too (Brussels, Paris, Italy towns)...
P.S. Forget to mention, 90% of these newcomers are Mussulmen.

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