88% of Munich natives don’t care for islam — and that makes them “racists”
Der Münchner Abendzeitung reports “alarming” results from a study: 9 out of 10 Munich natives feel resentment towards Muslims, according to the Abendzeitung.
But let’s look at what people actually said. They were given this task:
(Translation by Egri Nök) Rate these questions with:
“Don’t agree at all — Somewhat disagree — Maybe/maybe not — Somewhat agree — Fully agree”
In the context of the discussion on migration and integration, we would also like to know to what extent you agree with the following statements about ISLAM:
• Islamic culture fits well into Germany
• I feel uneasy about the customs and traditions of Islam
• There are too many Muslims in Germany
• The veiling of women in Islam is misogynistic
So what happened is that they asked people about their attitudes towards a certain and very specific ideology, and then made the people look like racists, by using the terms “Muslims” instead of “Islam”.
The “illness” they assign to the participants — to the whole of society — is “group-specific hatred of people”. This term is a new creation right out of the sociology seminar, and is intended to be an umbrella term for racism, right-extremism, discrimination and Social Darwinism.
It is worth mentioning that the authors of the “study” note that there appears to be a correlation between critical attitudes towards Islam, which they try to denounce as racism, and “a strong identification with Germany”, especially among males.
Unsurprisingly, the study concludes that more measures against “right extremism, racism and discrimination” are needed.