Our uniqueness, as a country founded on revolutionary principles even within the context of western civilization, lies in the willingness to engage in the constant exploration and testing of those founding principles. Nothing since the issue of slavery has given rise to more concern and debate than the advent of the massive muslim immigration into Europe and America in recent decades, which has enormously accelerated since the “Arab Spring, the destruction of Libya, and civil war in Syria, the collapse of Iraq, the imminent collapse of Afghanistan, and the march of islam into sub-Saharan Africa.
As the current administration is about to engage in hugely increasing muslim immigration into the US, we do have to be concerned about the consequences, illustrated by the actual recent experience of European countries. I mentioned some of them in recent articles. Here are some more.
In addition to trying to recruit for Islamic State, prosecutors say he acquired night-vision devices, range finders, and other equipment for the group.
The interview also dashed any hope that the new arrivals, both in terms of children delivered to Muslim parents or refugees and migrants forced on the country against its will by the European Union will integrate and eventually fit in.
“It is absolutely clear that this merger will not take place. Our cultures are completely different.
Islam will replace Christianity in Europe just as Christianity replaced Paganism centuries ago, and it will conquer by womb rather than the sword to make Latvia an Islamic State, claim Muslim community leaders in the Baltic country.
Left Wing Czech President Warns Migrants Will Follow Sharia, Chop Off Hands, And Stone Their Veiled Women http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/10/18/left-wing-czech-president-warns-migrants-will-follow-sharia-chop-off-hands/
the jail functioned as a “recruiting ground” for extremism as younger inmates were “in awe” of convicted terrorists held there.
Last month experts from the Quilliam Foundation advised that imprisoned Islamic extremists should have their own segregated prison wings to prevent the radicalisation of more moderate inmates among Britain’s growing Muslim prisoner population.
“fundamentalist, jihadist mercenaries … killing anyone who would speak of freedom, citizenship, religious freedom and democracy.”
the Islamic State has been systematically destroying his nation through massacre and destruction, and undermining it through the suppression of basic human rights and freedom.
“Anyone who is not fundamentalist Muslim has no right to live.”
The Assyrian Church of the East is one of the oldest branches of Christianity, with roots dating back to the 1st century AD. Assyrian Christians speak Aramaic
the Assyrian community in the city of Gothenburg, in southwestern Sweden, is being menaced by unidentified aggressors using known Islamic State methods
the walls of his restaurant in Gothenburg covered in jihadist graffiti, including messages of “Convert or Die” and “The Caliphate is Here.”
Gothenburg is a hotbed for jihadist recruiting, and the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet earlier this year reported that at least 150 people had left the city to join the Islamic State
when defecting Swedes return to their homeland after serving as ISIS militants in the Middle East, they are not punished by Swedish authorities, but are “coddled with therapy” and “fast-tracked to jobs ahead of native Swedes.”
federal judge Colleen McMahon ordered New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority to run a series of dishonest advertisements promoting Islamic agitprop in the subway – where our American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) pro-freedom ads are banned from running. This is not the first time Judge Colleen McMahon has shown favoritism to Muslims.
So their ads can run, but ours can’t? This is exactly why the First Amendment was enshrined in our Constitution — because who would decide what’s good and what’s forbidden? Sharia-compliant judges such as Colleen McMahon?
Maps of Islamic activity, mosques and refugees paint a disturbing picture – Allen B. West – AllenBWest.com http://www.allenbwest.com/2015/10/maps-of-islamic-activity-mosques-and-refugees-paint-a-disturbing-picture/
A note about the maps.
Yes, of course there is a correlation between the numbers of “refugee” arrivals, mosques and terrorist activity, and the populations of the States. The administration’s policy is to spread the joy throughout the land, and anyway immigrants have always gravitated to the cities where the jobs and social services are most likely to be available. The point is, no State is immune and no population is safe. As Europe’s experience with muslim immigration clearly shows, the US government’s policies and practices on immigration are on course to produce the same problems right here in the not too distant future. While some people are so charitable or naive as to be willing to attribute our policies to official incompetence or politically correct idealism, as Europe’s experience shows the result could not be any different if these policies were deliberate, intended to produce the very results, or worse, that we are observing.
A note about the terminology.
People concerned about the muslim invasion of the West, and their boastfully promoted goal of establishing a world-wide caliphate, are called “islamophobes,” and the social disease is derided as “islamophobia.” As you may know from the numbers of words in the dictionary ending in “phobia,” mostly arising from the field of psychology and psychiatry, the original meaning of the Greek root of “phobia” is “fear of,” as in the $64,000 words for fear of heights, water, small enclosed spaces, spiders, etc.
Nevertheless in the context of politically correct discourse it is also used (that is, misused) as “hatred of” (such as in “homophobia,” which is used not as fear of gays but as hatred of gays). In case of the western civilization’s relationship to islam, of course the proper meaning is the original meaning, fear of islam. We get daily reminders of the vicious brutality of its practitioners, so it’s very natural to fear it.
Does fear amount to hatred? Does fear grow into hatred? It is reasonable to hate someone or something that has caused great harm to you or your loved ones.
Where is the line between fear, revulsion, and hatred? At what point does the emotion rise to the level of dehumanizing your enemy to the point where you feel no remorse for hurting or killing him? I think the answer should come from those who teach their children to execute infidels. I don’t think I could ever be so depraved, and I don’t know anyone who could. Is it fear, hatred or just plain common sense if someone suggests that for our safety and for the good of the country, believers in such a violent ideology should be repatriated before all hell breaks loose here too?
Make no mistake. Immigration may not be THE definitive issue in the 2016 presidential and congressional elections, but immigration is one of the three most determinant pillars of 0bama’s fundamental transformation (along with education and 0bamacare) that will have the most drastic and disastrous impact on this country, not just demographically but philosophically. It is this administration’s and the political establishment’s policy to flood our country with people who come here not to assimilate but to conquer (muslims seeking to include America in the world-wide caliphate, and mexicans who want to take back the American Southwest or to establish the new country of Aztlan), and with people who are incompatible with us culturally, philosophically and politically; not just incompatible but unreceptive and hostile to everything we are and everything we stand for. Or used to stand for, but are now bending over backwards out of a fear that we might offend.
Our children and grandchildren will never know the country in which we grew up, they will never know the freedom we had as children and young adults. In school they were not taught anything but contempt and disdain for the values we cherish, and the majority of them won’t even know how to fight for their own survival, certainly not on the battlefield of ideas.
Me and others like me, we write and write and write, but is any of us getting through, to anybody?