Islam-a-Go-Go: The Islamization of Europe, Vol. I

“For us the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is nothing but a collection of mumbo-jumbo by disciples of Satan.”Ali Khamenei, Iran’s Supreme Leader

“There are well over 10,000 religions in the world. Why is it that only one seems to cause people in over 70 distinct countries to commit terror acts in its name by virtue of ‘misunderstanding’ their otherwise peaceful religion? Why are other religions not ‘misunderstood’?”—Gad Saad

Islam’s knife-men and van drivers warn that it is a religion of peace, and you’d better believe that, buster. We wouldn’t want another Bataclan Massacre to happen, now would we? Besides, these “lone wolf” attacks have nothing to do with religion, right?

Giulio Meotti writes:

“European elites believe that religion is private. However, most Muslims do not believe that religion is private, and some are working hard to create a state in which Islamic law is the legal foundation for everyone. The effect of this is already being felt across the European continent. We have more Islamic veils and mosques, and fewer cartoons of Mohammed.”

France’s latest knife attack was perpetrated by a Moslem “refugee” from Chechnya. A delightful new report out of Scotland has found that a grooming gang is now operating over the breadth of the entire city of Glasgow, exploiting girls as young as fourteen. In Finland, the precedent has now been established that raping a ten-year-old is acceptable—if you’re a member of the protected migrant class of course. The general standard across the continent appears to be that if one is convicted of rape at all, the sentences typically last no more than two years. Only four percent of all rejected African asylum applicants in Germany are ever deported, the rest free to roam the country and, due to the freedom of movement within the Schengen Area, most of the rest of Europe. Guy Millière notes:

“No-Go Zones are growing rapidly in the suburbs of all of France’s main cities. Shanty towns built by illegal migrants from Africa and the Middle East have sprung up in parts of Marseilles and Paris in the last few years. Islamization is everywhere. In hundreds of mosques, imams deliver fiery anti-Western speeches. Churches are vandalized. The number of rapes is rapidly increasing. Groups of veiled women roam the streets and insult the “immodest,” unveiled, women.”

This process of Islamization is imposed on the terrorized and bludgeoned European population, as opposed to the insistence of the host cultures that the “migrants” need to assimilate to their new environs in the West. To quote Josef Zbořil:

“It is becoming increasingly evident that immigrants from Muslim countries do not spontaneously integrate. On the contrary, there has been a controlled Islamization of integration, rather than the other way around.”

The United Kingdom has proposed stiffer penalties under its online blasphemy laws, carrying a potential prison term of up to six years. Last year, 3,300 Britons fell afoul of the various “hate speech” and blasphemy laws on the books, with one man in general population beaten to death by a crowd of Moslems and Paul Golding of Britain First savagely beaten by an Iraqi “migrant” within the first week of his prison term as well. Given these incidents and Tommy Robinson’s travails, it is safe to say jailing in the UK may well be a death sentence for those who criticize Islam.

The results of a recent YouGov poll were released, and nine of the eleven nations surveyed—Italy, Sweden, Germany, Lithuania, Finland, Greece, Denmark, France, and the UK—listed “immigration” as their top concern (Spain and Poland listed it as second), and eight voiced “terrorism” as their second concern (Poland had it first); unsurprisingly, unemployment weighed heavily on the Italians, Greeks, and Spanish—with 84% of Greeks, 80% of Italians, and 77% of Spanish respondents saying they felt insecure about employment opportunities in their area. Over half of Brits, French, Italians, and Greeks, and almost half of the Swedes polled, felt “totally pessimistic” about the future of the European Union. 69% of Greeks, 63% of Lithuanians, and 60% of Swedes felt insecure about their country’s ability to combat terrorism, and other than the Danes and Finns, who were close to half, over a majority of the respondents had reservations that their country could effectively combat crime.

Add the terror and pervasive fear to the cultural and demographic transformation currently underway. According to Redouane Ahrouch, the leader of Belgium’s Partij Islam (“Islam Party”), by 2030 Belgium will be a majority-Islamic country. In 2017, Belgium had an infusion of at least 13,000 documented asylum applicants, with the largest share being from Syria, followed by Afghanistan and Palestine. First of all, genuine refugees are, according to international law, supposed to claim asylum in the first safe point-of-entry, and there are quite a few between Syria, Afghanistan, Palestine, and Belgium. Granted a nation need not—should not—follow “international law” if it isn’t in their best interest to do so, but the point here is that if these individuals were in real fear for their lives, they would take safe haven wherever they could find it. Color me just a little bit skeptical. A second major German economist, Hans-Werner Sinn, has come out and pinned the long-term cost of the 2015 “migrant crisis” at over one trillion euros. Sinn stated:

“The cost to the taxpayer could also be higher. So far, there are about 1.5 million migrants who have come to Germany since 2015. And no: They are not dentists, lawyers and nuclear scientists, but mostly under-qualified immigrants, who have arrived in the promised land…where the standard of living without employment is higher than in many countries of origin with employment.”

46% of all first-time asylum applications in the European Union are approved, but for those rejected, if Germany’s pitiful 4% deportation rate is any indication, most of that number of 13,000 will be sticking around in Belgium or elsewhere in Europe regardless of whether or not they are approved. This is before considering both legal and illegal immigration; to return to Giulio Meotti:

“We no longer replace our numbers; instead we rely on immigration to compensate for the shortfall in births. This immigration is for the most part Muslim; the effect of our demographic decline is, therefore, the Islamization of Europe.”

By sheer force of numbers, between the importation of mass numbers of “migrants” and their very high birthrates (the Moslems of Europe average around 3.5 children per woman, and many marriages are polygamous), coupled with the Belgian birthrate of 1.7 children per woman (this is the national figure—the native Belgian number is probably lower), Ahrouch may well be right that Belgium will be majority Islamic by 2030. The situation is just as grim elsewhere. Greece, with its abysmal birthrate of 1.3, “welcomed” 16,345 Syrian (or people who claim to be Syrian), 8,350 Pakistani, 7,875 Iraqi, 7,485 Afghani, and 17,000 other asylum applicants last year. Again, this is before considering both legal and illegal immigration. What’s more, Maria Polizoidou informs us:

“Greece’s ruling Syriza coalition appears to be adopting a strategy of garnering votes from immigrants by expediting their naturalization process. It will be easier to obtain Greek citizenship than a fishing license…A total of 800,000 immigrants—almost one-tenth of the native Greek population—will soon become citizens. Transposed to the United States, that would be the equivalent of 32,000,000 new voters.”

Italy and its birthrate of 1.3 received 126,550 asylum applications in 2017 alone. Spain and its birthrate of 1.3 received 30,485. Germany and its birthrate of 1.5 received 198,255. You get the idea. The “migrant crisis” is far from over. In fact, it’s just begun. The wholesale demographic and cultural transformation of Europe continues unabated and it is our duty to both our ancestors and to posterity to resist it with everything we’ve got, because once it’s gone, it’s gone forever.

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