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Stopping Islamic immigration is a matter of survival

Pew Research Center released a shocking report: by 2050 Islam, the religion of terror and fear, will almost equal Christianity

In his article for Breitbart Geert Wilders, a member of the Dutch Parliament, discusses the frightful trend of massive Islamization: while by 2050 the overall world’s population is anticipated to rise by 35%, the amount of followers of Islam will grow with astonishing 73%.

Unlike Christianity, Islam is a totalitarian despotic ideology with mainly political goals. Considering the fact that its main target is to make the whole world submit, the outcome of such rapid Islamic growth is a serious cause for concern. The terms of Sharia law require an establishment of a worldwide Islamic State where followers of any other religion are deprived of their rights. Not only that, but the law also includes abuse of women and death sentences for critics of Islam. Global Islamization equals more discrimination, more severity, more extremism.

Wilders continues: “With the growth of Islam, the world will become a less safe place. And so will America. According to Pew, the United States will see its number of Christians decline from more than three-quarters of the population today to two-thirds in 2050 while Islam will more than double in size and replace Judaism as America’s largest non-Christian faith. The consequences of the Islamic presence in America have already been visible in several murderous attacks, such last December’s San Bernardino shooting, but also the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, the 2009 Fort Hood shooting, the 9/11 terror attacks in 2001, and several other acts of terrorism. If Islam doubles in size, the threat of terrorism will only grow.”

The Transatlantic alliance between Americans and Europeans which has helped to fight the totalitarian ideologies of Nazism and Communism is in danger now since Europe steadily becomes more Islamic. Without this alliance, either Europe or America might become isolated or lost which eventually would lead to the end of the common Western civilization.

Indeed, the foreseen increase of Islam in the U.S. is alarming, but the situation in Europe is much worse: according to the research, the European continent almost fall as a victim of rapidly growing Islamization. At the moment, one of the most popular names for newborn boys in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Brussels, Oslo and London is Muhammad.

Respectively the global inculcation of Islam will highly affect European politics. Considering the growing Islamic population more and more European politicians will attempt to address Muslims and thus win their votes. Eventually, the policies and attitude of Europe towards the U.S. and Israel will significantly worsen.

“The Islamic vote has already decided at least one major European election: the 2012 French presidential elections. These were won by the Socialist Francois Hollande over the incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy by only 1.1 million votes. Since an estimated 2 million Islamic votes participated, of which 93 per cent – 1.7 million votes – went to Hollande and only 7 per cent to Sarkozy, it was the Islamic vote which gained Francois Hollande the Elysée Palace,” Wilders provides electoral statistics.

As reported by Pew, although several factors contribute to the growth of the Islamic population, more than half the increase has relevance to the concurrent refugee crisis. Put it differently, the suspension of the immigration is very likely to reduce the risk of global Islamization by more than half.

“Islam is an existential threat to our Western freedoms and our Judeo-Christian civilization. It also threatens the Atlantic partnership between America and Western Europe. It is our duty to limit this threat. It is our mission as patriots to protect our nations. The first measure we must take to stop Islam, reduce the risk of terrorism and save our civilization, is to stop all immigration from Islamic countries. It is a matter of survival,” Wilders concludes.

EXPERT OPINION

Joshua Tartakovsky

Islam depends on the wisdom of the people who practice it, who are not few in number and it has a nearly infinite number of variations from Qom to Istanbul to Cairo to Damascus to Riyadh to Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur.

However, Arab Sunni Muslims, by and large, do not have a rich tradition of not imposing their view on minorities, once they become a majority.

Moreover, at a time when Europe’s economy and the global economy is already in deep crisis, those who seek Muslim migration to Europe, if they are not naïve, what they actually seek is to create a civil war between Europeans and Muslim migrants while the profiteers and elite profit. It does not take a genius to realize that taking millions of Muslims from the Middle East to secular European societies will result in trouble, as we indeed have already seen in Cologne, and of course, this is just the beginning.

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