European Christians allying with secularists against Islam are basically dupes. The secularists want to destroy us all. If anything, they are the common enemy against our shared values.
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If it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck…
Europe is Islamizing at a rapid pace. Many European cities have large Islamic concentrations. In some neighbourhoods, Islamic regulations are already being enforced. Women’s rights are being trampled. We are confronted with headscarves and burqa’s [sic], polygamy, female genital mutilation, honor-killings. “In each one of our cities” says Oriana Fallaci, “there is a second city, a state within the state, a government within the government. A Muslim city, a city ruled by the Koran.”
Ladies and gentlemen, make no mistake: The multiculturalist Left is facilitating Islamization. Leftist multiculturalists are cheering for every new shariah bank, for every new Islamic school, for every new mosque. Multiculturalists consider Islam as being equal to our own culture. Shariah law or democracy? Islam or freedom? It doesn’t really matter to them. But it does matter to us. The entire leftist elite is guilty of practising cultural relativism. Universities, churches, trade unions, the media, politicians. They are all betraying our hard-won liberties.
…it’s probably a duck.
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Wilders’ party is part of the government and used his weekend victory speech to declare an Europe-wide anti-Muslim hate campaign:
On October 2, Wilders took his anti-Islam campaign to Germany, where he is trying to help start a branch of his Freedom Party. He told supporters in Berlin that Germany needed a political movement “that opposes the Islamization” of the country:
“Today there is a ghost going around Europe. It is the ghost of Islam,” Wilders said. “This danger today is also political. Islam is not just a religion, as many believe. Islam is above all a dangerous political ideology.”
Europe never learns, does it.
The Pew Forum has an awesome interactive map of
mosquemasjid controversies across the US:
and I took the opportunity to collect some excellent links debunking the impending threat of a. shari’a takeover in the US, b. Eurabia, and c. th emuslim brotherhood as global bogeyman.
(and I’ve decided to try and stop using the word mosque.)
great data from Pew: Muslim Networks and Movements in western Europe
Another review of Paul Berman’s latest work:
It is tempting to conclude that in mounting this intemperate attack on [Timothy] Garton Ash, [Paul] Berman is really writing about himself. Despite his implied claim to be one of the few journalists or intellectuals from Western backgrounds “to grapple seriously with the Islamist ideas,” phrases such as “carelessly adopted positions,” “flippant phrasing,” and “paucity of research” constantly spring to mind when reading his book.
Every capital city in Europe will have its own showcase mosque, or one in the planning stages. Those domes and towers will not be perceived as a threat to European civilization and its Christian roots.
Frank Gaffney has said the EU is being infiltrated by the Muslim Brotherhood:
[Sarah] Ludford [Liberal Democrat MEP]: We don’t have a reciprocal right to US banking data and some of us have wondered what Congress and the Senate in particular would say if Europe was to request that the banking data of all US citizens was to be transferred in bulk, en bloc, to Europe.
BBC interviewer: Frank Gaffney, that’s fair enough isn’t it? If you’re going to be given access to my bank details … shouldn’t that work the other way around as well?
[Frank] Gaffney: I can’t speak for the US government, obviously, because I’m not a government official any more but I suspect that one of the reasons why there might be a resistance to the kind of reciprocity that seems otherwise unobjectionable is that to the extent that European governments and maybe even the European parliament itself have been penetrated by folks who are sympathetic to, or actually working for, organisations like the Muslim Brotherhood – that would be a real problem for me from the security point of view.
Ludford: I can assure you that that is not the case.
Gaffney (interrupting): I can assure you that it is the case.
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The core of his argument is to accuse Europe of willing collaboration with Islamic fundamentalists seeking to destroy the liberal freedoms we have taken centuries to achieve.
Sounds awfully like Bruckner is pushing ludicrous Eurabian theories and I am not surprised that two gibbering fools like Andrew Anthony and Nick Cohen have endorsed Bruckner’s book.
I will leave you with the Flying Rodent’s (who is owed a tip of my hat) view on this:
If Anthony and Cohen both correctly mock the notion that 9/11 was a justified act of retaliation for American adventurism, why do we think that neither of them realise that their contention – basically, that Al-Qaeda did it because Sayyid Qutb didn’t like Americans dancing in the fifties – is just an equal and opposite stupidity?