Cruelty of numbers. Say you have one million Muslim immigrants. Say 1% are crazy murdering fuckers. That means you have 10,000 guys out to decapitate you or burn you alive ... not a happy prospect. This worked great for the Brown Shirts in Germany.
My point is that the demographic of people carrying out these very violent and large scale attacks have been Muslim, and increasingly so. I'm in no way saying to ban them as a whole, but it's also not a good idea to ignore this.
I saw some tweet last night that I liked
' "That zebra's white!"
"That zebra's black AND white"
"Are you saying that zebra's black???" '
By simply mentioning there is additional things to include, you're seen as someone that is saying something completely contrary and in complete disagreement. It's fallacious. This can not keep going. We need to look at this objectively.
That tweet isn't just something that represents liberals. It's representational of conservatives too. In fact it's representational of people as a whole. If we hear something that doesn't 100% confirm our statement, we tend to, for the most part, see it as a disagreement and we then need to defend our biases. That is an emotional response though. This is not a time for emotional responses. We need some compassion for the people trying to flee their volatile country, yes, but we still need to take care of this with an analytic mindset.