Not only in Europe:
Wal-Mart to “Accommodate Muslim Worker’s Prayers”
Muslims “act like the United States owes them”
Â Swift Beef Co. installs footbaths and bidets for …
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Islamic females loitering Â in front of an old Bussels church
Â “Although there are no official statistics on how many Muslims live in Brussels, it is believed they make up about 25 percent of the city’s 1 million urban residents.Â
[Filip]Â Dewinter, who opposes immigration and has called Islamophobia a “duty,” claims three of the 19 sections of Brussels, each with its own mayor,Â now have Muslim majorities.
Â “‘In those neighborhoods it’s not our government that’s in power,’ he said, ‘but the Muslim authorities â€” the mosques, the imams â€” who are in charge.’
“FOX News visited one of those neighborhoods, called Molenbeek, which looksÂ more like North AfricaÂ than the heart of Europe… (similar toÂ Â parts of Paris where you wouldn’t dare to stop and Â and get Â out of your car/ed)
Â “Yet Molenbeek remains disconcerting. Belgian police assigned three plainclothes officers to watch over a FOX News team shooting street scenes one morning in Molenbeek. When FOX News returned in the afternoon as more people were out and about, the police said it would be safer not to get out of the car. It wasn’t even dark yet.”
Â Notice this level of danger exists in Brusselsâ€”the supposed capital of the Europe Union!
What to do, what to do? Which brings us back to this:
Â Â Â Â And everywhere in the Lands of the Infidels theÂ large-scale presence of MuslimsÂ has created a situation ofÂ much greater unpleasantness, expense, and physical insecurity than would exist without such a presence.Â That no one in Western Europe now denies; the quarrel is over what can or should be done about that.Posted by: Hugh at December 21, 2006Â Â Â
Lets debate it in earnest. Â Its no longer taboo:
Gates of Vienna/by Baron Bodissey
Below is a guest-post by Free Hal, a first-time contributor from the UK. Under the assumption that the welfare states of Western Europe cannot avoid collapse sometime in the next few decades, his essay explores the possibilities for rolling back Islamization within the context of a post-democratic Europe.