Anyone who thinks "Muslim demographics is a problem" is only one step away from the most ignorant racist who does not differentiate between ordinary Muslims and extremists and wants all Muslims deported "Back to their country".
I have to confess, Hassan, that I believed the demographic argument for an embarrassingly long time. And yet, I was never, ever one step away from thinking that any muslims at all should be deported. The suggestion has always made me angry, even before I realised that demographics weren't a problem.
Some surprisingly sensible people fall for that demographic thing because its so easy to overlook that very important, but seemingly insignificant little phrase - "if current trends continue". They never do continue, of course, but most people don't notice that until they look at the same methodology applied to a situation where its already been demonstrated to be untrue.
The demographic argument is like a clever conjuring trick. Like most clever tricks it can bamboozle many otherwise sensible people, I wouldn't write somebody off as a bigot for being tricked. I wouldn't excuse anybody's bigotry on the grounds that they were tricked by it, either.
After all, I was fooled into believing it, I still never became a racist, nor failed to differentiate between ordinary muslims and extremists, nor failed to be disgusted by calls for mass deportations.