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The Islamic Future of Europe
by Guy Millière
September 5, 2017 at 5:00 am
https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/10940/europe-islamic-future


European leaders accepted the transformation of parts of their countries
into enemy territories. They see that a demographic disaster is taking
place. They know that in two or three decades, Europe will be ruled by
Islam.

Ten years ago, describing what he called "the last days of Europe," the
historian Walter Laqueur said that European civilization was dying and that
only old monuments and museums would survive. His diagnosis was too
optimistic. Old monuments and museums might well be blown up. Look nowhere
else than what the black-hooded supporters of "Antifa" -- an "anti-fascist"
movement whose actions are totally fascistic -- are doing to statues in the
United States.

The terrorist attack in Barcelona received the same reaction as all the
large-scale terrorist attacks in Europe: tears, prayers, flowers, candles,
teddy bears, and protestations that "Islam means peace ". When people
gathered to demand tougher measures against the rising influence of Islamism
across the continent, they were confronted by an "anti-fascist" rally.
Muslims organized a demonstration to defend Islam; they claimed that Muslims
living in Spain are the "main victims" of terrorism. The president of the
Spanish Federation of Islamic Religious Societies, Mounir Benjelloun El
Andaloussi, spoke of a "conspiracy against Islam" and said that terrorists
were "instruments" of Islamophobic hatred. The mayor of Barcelona, ​​ Ada
Colau, cried in front of the cameras and said that her city would remain an
"open city" for all immigrants. The governor of Catalonia, Carles
Puigdemont, used almost the same language. Spain's Prime Minister Mariano
Rajoy, a conservative, was the only one who dared to call jihadist terrorism
by its name. Almost all European journalists said Rajoy's words were too
harsh.


After the attack in Barcelona, Spain, when people gathered at the site to
demand tougher measures against the rising influence of Islamism across the
continent, they were confronted by an "anti-fascist" rally. Pictured:
"Anti-fascists" beat a man who they claimed is a "right-wing sympathizer" at
Las Ramblas, Barcelona, on August 18, 2017. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty
Images)
Mainstream European newspapers describing the horror once again sought
explanations to what they kept calling "inexplicable". The leading Spanish
daily newspaper, El Pais, wrote in an editorial that "radicalization" is the
bitter fruit of the "exclusion" of certain "communities," and added that the
answer was more "social justice". In France, Le Monde suggested that
terrorists want to "incite hatred", and stressed that Europeans must avoid
"prejudice". In the UK, The Telegraph explained that "killers attack the
West because the West is the West; not because of what it does" -- but it
spoke of "killers", not "terrorists" or "Islamists".

Anti-terrorism specialists, interviewed on television, said that the
attacks, carried out across the continent at an ever-faster pace, will
become deadlier. They noted that the original plan of the Barcelona
jihadists had been to destroy the Sagrada Família Cathedral and kill
thousands of people. The specialists parroted that Europeans will just have
to learn to live with the threat of widespread carnage. They did not offer
any solutions. Once again, many said that terrorists are not really
Muslims -- and that the attacks "had nothing to do with Islam".

Many leaders of Western European countries treat Islamic terrorism as a fact
of life that Europeans must get used to -- as some kind of aberration
unrelated to Islam. They often avoid speaking of "terrorism" at all. After
the attack in Barcelona,​​ German Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a brief
reproach about a "revolting" event. She expressed "solidarity" with the
Spanish people, and then moved on. French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted
a message of condolence and spoke of a "tragic attack."

Throughout Europe, expressions of anger are conscientiously marginalized.
Calls for mobilization, or any serious change in immigration policy, come
only from politicians scornfully described as "populist."

Even the slightest criticism of Islam immediately arouses almost unanimous
indignation. In Western Europe, books on Islam that are widely available are
written by people close to the Muslim Brotherhood, such as Tariq Ramadan.
Books that are "politically incorrect" also exist, but are sold under the
counter as if they are contraband. Islamic bookstores sell brochures calling
for violence without even hiding what they do. Dozens of imams, similar to
Abdelbaki Es Satty, the suspected mastermind of the attack in Barcelona,
continue to preach with impunity; if they are arrested, they are quickly
released.

Submission reigns. The discourse everywhere is that despite increasing
threats, Europeans must live their lives as normally as possible. But
Europeans see what threats exist. They see that life is not even slightly
normal. They see policemen and soldiers in the streets, proliferating
security checks, strict controls at the entrance of theaters and shops. They
see insecurity everywhere. They are told just to ignore the source of the
threats, but they know the source. They claim they are not afraid. Thousands
in Barcelona shouted, "No tinc por" ("We are not afraid"). In fact, they are
scared to death.

Polls show that Europeans are pessimistic, and think the future will be
bleak. Polls also show that Europeans no longer have confidence in those who
govern them, but feel they are left with no choice.

This shift in their lives has occurred in such a short time, less than half
a century. Before then, in Western Europe, only a few thousand Muslims were
present -- mostly immigrant workers from former European colonies. They were
supposed to be in Europe temporarily, so were never asked to integrate.

They soon numbered hundreds of thousands, then millions. Their presence
turned permanent. Many became citizens. Asking them to integrate grew
unthinkable: most seemed to consider themselves Muslim first.

European leaders gave up defending their own civilization. They slipped into
saying that all cultures should be viewed the same way. They appear to have
given up.

School curricula were altered. Children were taught that Europe and the West
had plundered the Muslim world -- not that the Muslims had, in fact, invaded
and conquered the Christian Byzantine Empire, North Africa and the Middle
East, most of Eastern Europe, Greece, Northern Cyprus, and Spain. Children
were taught that Islamic civilization had been splendid and opulent before
colonization supposedly came to ravage it.

Welfare states, established in the post-war period, began to create a large
underclass of people permanently trapped in dependency, just when the number
of Muslims in Europe redoubled.

Social-housing neighborhoods suddenly were Muslim neighborhoods. The rise in
mass unemployment -- mainly affecting less qualified workers -- transformed
Muslim neighborhoods into mass-unemployment neighborhoods.

Community organizers came to tell unemployed Muslims that after purportedly
looting their countries of origin, Europeans had used Muslim workers to
rebuild Europe and were now treating them as useless utensils.

Crime took root. Muslim neighborhoods became high-crime neighborhoods.

Extremist Muslim preachers arrived; they reinforced a hatred of Europe. They
said that Muslims must remember who they are; that Islam must take its
revenge. They explained to young, imprisoned Muslim criminals that violence
could be used for a noble cause: jihad.

Police were ordered not to intervene lest they aggravate the tension.
High-crime areas became no-go zones, breeding grounds for the recruitment of
Islamic terrorists.

European leaders accepted the transformation of parts of their countries
into enemy territories.

Riots took place; leaders made even more concessions. They passed laws
restricting freedom of speech.

When Islamic terrorism first hit Europe, its leaders did not know what to
do. They still do not know what to do. They are prisoners of a situation
they created and cannot control anymore. They appear to feel helpless.

They cannot incriminate Islam: the laws they passed make it illegal to do
that. In most European countries, even questioning Islam is branded as
"Islamophobia". It leads to heavy fines, if not trials or prison time (as
with Lars Hedegaard, Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, Geert Wilders or George
Bensoussan). They cannot re-establish law and order in no-go zones: that
would require the intervention of the army and a shift towards martial law.
They cannot adopt the solutions proposed by parties they have pushed into
opposition at the margins of European political life.

They cannot even close their borders, abolished in 1995 with the Schengen
agreement. Re-establishing border controls would be costly and take time.

Europe's leaders seem to have neither the will nor the means to oppose the
incoming waves of millions of Muslim migrants from Africa and the Middle
East. They know that terrorists are hiding among the migrants, but still do
not vet them. Instead, they resort to subterfuges and lies. They create
"deradicalization" programs that do not work: the "radicals," it seems, do
not want to be "deradicalized."

Europe's leaders try to define "radicalization" as a symptom of "mental
illness"; they consider asking psychiatrists to solve the mess. Then, they
talk about creating a "European Islam", totally different from the Islam
elsewhere on Earth. They take on haughty postures to create the illusion of
moral superiority, as Ada Colau and Carles Puigdemont did in Barcelona: they
say they have high principles; that Barcelona will remain "open" to
immigrants. Angela Merkel refuses to face the consequences of her policy to
import countless migrants. She chastises countries in Central Europe that
refuse to adopt her policies.

European leaders can see that a demographic disaster is taking place. They
know that in two or three decades, Europe will be ruled by Islam. They try
to anesthetize non-Muslim populations with dreams about an idyllic future
that will never exist. They say that Europe will have to learn to live with
terrorism, that there is nothing anyone can do about it.

But there is a lot they can do; they just do not want to -- it might cost
them Muslim votes.

Winston Churchill told Neville Chamberlain, "You were given the choice
between war and dishonor. You chose dishonor, you will have war." The same
is true today.

Ten years ago, describing what he called "the last days of Europe," the
historian Walter Laqueur said that European civilization was dying and that
only old monuments and museums would survive. His diagnosis was too
optimistic. Old monuments and museums might well be blown up. Look nowhere
else than what the black-hooded supporters of "Antifa" -- an "anti-fascist"
movement that is totally fascistic -- are doing to statues in the United
States.

Barcelona's Sagrada Família Cathedral was spared only thanks to the
clumsiness of a terrorist who did not know how to handle explosives. Other
places may not be so fortunate.

The death of Europe will almost certainly be violent and painful: no one
seems willing to stop it. Voters still could, but they will have to do it
now, fast, before it is too late.

Dr. Guy Millière, a professor at the University of Paris, is the author of
27 books on France and Europe.
jew pedophile Ron Jacobson (jew pedophile Baruch 'Barry' Shein's jew aliash)
2017-09-07 13:43:07 UTC
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The Islamic Future of Europe
by Guy Millière
September 5, 2017 at 5:00 am
https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/10940/europe-islamic-future
European leaders accepted the transformation of parts of their countries
into enemy territories. They see that a demographic disaster is taking
place. They know that in two or three decades, Europe will be ruled by
Islam.
You got, a fucking PROBLEM with Islaaaaaaaaaaaaaam, you slant eyed
Islamophobic mongoloid???

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Post by Michael Ejercito
The Islamic Future of Europe
by Guy Millière
September 5, 2017 at 5:00 am
https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/10940/europe-islamic-future
European leaders accepted the transformation of parts of their countries
into enemy territories. They see that a demographic disaster is taking
place. They know that in two or three decades, Europe will be ruled by
Islam.
You got, a fucking PROBLEM with Islaaaaaaaaaaaaaam, you slant eyed
Islamophobic mongoloid???
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