Behold Our Future

July 20, 2011

One of the biggest challenges to the future of Europe is the continued balkanization occurring as a result of massive immigration from predominantly Arab and Islamic nations, coupled with the inability and/or unwillingness of host countries to assimilate these men and women to Western culture. Even though the systemic problems associated with this phenomenon are most often associated with large, EU member states like France and Germany, it is a continental problem, as a recent post on Pajamas media illustrates. 

While the  parents ofAlgerians who burn down Parisian banlieues and the Moroccan and Turkish Al Qaeda cells  that hatch terror plots within Germany were invited into Europe for unique historical reasons-in the former case because of war, in the latter due to a failed guest worker program-the self-segregating Islamists living in Norway were taken in for humanitarian purposes. In this respect, Oslo serves as a stark warning for the United States, which also allows in thousands of Arab-Muslim refugees every single year. In fact, the FBI is now checking the backgrounds of over 50 thousand Iraqi refugees who have been allowed to settle in this country since the beginning of the 2003 Iraq War, at least one of whom has already been positively identified as a bomb maker who targeted American troops. If only the federal government had access to that wonderful resource known as the Internet

And the problem of assimilation-or lack thereof-isn’t one limited to European nations. The lack of integration among American Muslims-especially second and third generation families-is so pronounced that it’s been noted by no less an authority than the Washington Post. The huge numbers of immigrants from nations wholly different from the United States, combined with the cultural amnesia that’s become an ingrained aspect of American society, has created an explosive mixture that will almost certainly come back to haunt the policymakers who instituted these short-sighted immigration policies, if it hasn’t already.

Oslo today, Ohio tomorrow

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3 Responses to Behold Our Future

  1. Chief_Cabioch on July 30, 2011 at 12:59 AM

    Americans are learning through many different channels that you cannot “Co Exist” with people who are intent on making you their “Subjects”, forcing their will upon you and their cult and way of life, and in the process, taking your freedoms….the forced Islamization of America will end in Civil War, and it will end bloody if this policy isnt reversed, the knowledge of “taqyyia” verses in the Koran make it well known to many that Islam like the liberal progressives we have watched transform America, both have the same goals, the subugation of Americans to the will of others….”taqyyia” is a part of the Koran that discusses muslims lying for Islam, and ANY religious group or cult, that openly promotes lying as it’s means to further itself is all most Americans need to know Islam isnt a religion at all, or anything we should put our trust or faith in…..nor should we accept Islam as a peaceful religion…..history shows Islam is anything But peaceful.

  2. H.L. Mencken on May 26, 2013 at 5:06 PM

    As an American, I can tell you firsthand that we’ve been bitch-whipped into accepting political correctness and all things “multi-cultural” lest we are ostracized in our places of work, in our communities. It’s very alienating and troublesome. I don’t fear Islamist transplants as much as I do living among a populace who thought it was a great idea to re-elect Barack Obama. Elections have consequences and having an incumbent president, who, in writing in a published book, says he will stand with his Muslim brothers should the winds blow in a foul direction, is alarming; but the fact that most citizens here either are too ignorant to have noticed or are privy to the quote yet have no problem with it.

  3. G. Perry on May 26, 2013 at 5:15 PM

    Removed the duplicate post.

    FWIW, I agree with you in regard to multiculturalism. It’s a grand experiment that has proven to be a failure wherever it’s been implemented, usually without the consent of the governed. Importing millions of people from a foreign culture and not demanding anything of them in the way of assimilation to normative Western values has been disastrous, both for North America and Europe.

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