Fjordman: War

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by Fjordman

On the morning of March 22, 2016, Belgium was struck by coordinated nail bombings. Two hit Brussels Airport at the check-in counter, before the security screening. Another suicide bomber hit Maalbeek metro station, located not far from prominent EU buildings. The attacks occurred a few days before the Christian Easter celebrations. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (IS or ISIS) claimed responsibility for the attacks. At least 35 people were killed, and many seriously injured. The Muslim terrorists have connections to militant Muslims in many parts of Europe and the Middle East.[1] The authorities faced difficulties in apprehending some of the terrorists partly because they enjoy widespread sympathy and support in certain Muslim communities.

Brussels is not merely the capital of Belgium. It is also the capital of the European Union (EU), and houses the headquarters of the Western defense alliance NATO. It is therefore a symbolic target. The city contains a large Muslim immigrant population. In notorious urban districts such as Molenbeek, radical Muslims have ties to international Jihadist networks. Belgium has produced more Jihadists as a proportion of its population than any other Western European country. On May 24, 2014, a gunman killed four people at the Jewish Museum of Belgium in Brussels.

Following the Brussels bombings, the US State Department warned US citizens of the “potential risks” of traveling to Europe. A statement said terror groups were planning “attacks throughout Europe, targeting sporting events, tourist sites, restaurants and transportation.”[2]

Europe is now becoming more like Israel, facing constant Islamic terror threats in daily life. When I worked in the Middle East in the Temporary International Presence in Hebron (TIPH) civil observer mission in 2002 and 2003, my experience there made me fear that this would happen in Europe. I had also been studying Arabic at the American University in Cairo. I lived in Egypt during the September 11 terror attacks in the USA in 2001, which was quite interesting.

The Mike’s Place suicide bombing killed three civilians and wounded 50 at the beautiful beach front of Tel Aviv on April 30, 2003. I was there that day and had been sitting very close to this spot only minutes earlier. This event made a deeper impression upon me than other acts of terrorism in the region. That is because it was carried out by Muslims with British passports, not by local Palestinian Arabs.[3] I remember thinking that the Muslim terrorists who strike Israel today may well extend their Jihadist operations to Europe tomorrow. This is indeed what happened shortly afterwards. Islamic terrorists committed mass casualty attacks in Madrid and London. The Madrid bombings on March 11, 2004 and the London bombings on July 7, 2005 targeted the general population in public transport.

2015 was a turbulent year. Islamic terrorists attacked in different parts of the world. More than 60 people, most of them European tourists, were brutally murdered in Jihadist massacres in Tunis and Sousse, Tunisia. Due to instability in the region, many Europeans now refrain from traveling to countries such as Tunisia, Egypt or even Turkey. The problem is that Middle Eastern ghettos now exist all over Western Europe. Europeans no longer have to travel to the Islamic world to be exposed to Islamic terrorism. As a direct result of Muslim immigration, the Islamic terror threat is now great in London, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Barcelona, Rome and Stockholm.

On February 14-15, 2015, a Danish citizen of Palestinian Arab origins shot and killed two people and injured several others in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Swedish artist Lars Vilks, who has made drawings of Mohammed, was a likely target of the first attack. The second attack killed a Jewish guard at a synagogue. A year later, it was finally revealed that Omar the terrorist was carrying a copy of the Koran during his murderous attacks.[4] He had also been searching the Internet, trying to find the home address of several national critics of Islam.[5]

On the evening of Friday November 13, 2015, a series of coordinated and extremely brutal terrorist attacks were carried out in the Paris region in France. This time, militant Muslims did not target satirical cartoonists, as they did with the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris in January 2015. They struck at cafes and restaurants, a concert hall and a football stadium. In other words, the general public.

The Russian passenger plane Metrojet Flight 9268 disintegrated above the Sinai, Egypt, on October 31, 2015. 224 people were killed. Jihadists loyal to the Islamic State claimed responsibility for what was later determined to be a terror attack.[6] Coupled with the attacks in Paris that killed 130 people and the attacks in Brussels, the Islamic State was responsible for the murder of nearly four hundred Europeans in less than five months. Between October 31, 2015 and March 22, 2016, Europeans were killed by Islamic terrorists at a rate which equals about one thousand per year. There is no sign that the current wave of Jihad will stop. On the contrary, it may increase even further. Islamic terror attacks against Europeans seem to be escalating in frequency and intensity. When will the death toll reach thousands? Some observers fear this is only a matter of time.

The counterterrorism adviser Jill Bellamy commented that “This is a war and there will be thousands of deaths all across Europe. This is just the very beginning. We will look back on the attacks in Paris and Brussels five years from now and understand that it was just the beginning.”[7] Bellamy speculates that Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in the Netherlands could be a future target of Jihadist terrorists. “The Dutch think they can appease Muslim communities by doing things like putting Geert Wilders on trial. This is a very naive and dangerous approach.”

The First World War was a horrible war. In some ways Europe has still not fully recovered from it a century later. However, back then you generally knew where the front line was. That is no longer the case. We now face a very different type of conflict. The front line is everywhere and nowhere at the same time. It is potentially behind every bus, concert hall, airport, church, synagogue, cafe, restaurant, museum, train, factory, parliament building, police station, school or office. Our entire society is under siege.

After the many Islamic terror attacks in Europe in 2015 and 2016, several Western political leaders have stated that we are at “war.”[8] Yes, we are. But at war with whom? Are we supposed to wage war against an enemy we don’t even dare to name?
The cause of this situation is very simple: Mass immigration in general and Muslim immigration in particular. Western Europe did not have these problems 50 years ago. The eastern half of Europe that has not been widely subjected to Muslim immigration does not face the same problems today. All those who have promoted or accepted Muslim immigration are responsible for creating entire urban districts full of people who are plotting to murder us. And yet, they still continue.

Meanwhile, the EU elites have submitted to Turkish blackmail[9] over the massive flow of illegal immigrants to Europe. They consider giving nearly 80 million Muslims in Turkey visa-free access to Europe.[10] In a situation when the security services can no longer control the many militant Muslims we already have, this is criminal behavior. The EU is no longer merely a corrupt and useless organization. It is an actively evil organization.

I admit feeling a sense of fatigue after the Brussels attacks. I know that I am not the only one who feels that way. It is tiresome watching militant Muslims murder Europeans again and again. Above all, it is extremely tiresome having to listen to the predictable lies and excuses from Western leaders and mass media. We are always being told that these attacks have nothing to do with Islam, which is a religion of peace. Those daring to suggest that the repeated terror attacks are caused by Islamic culture are dismissed as evil racists and right-wing extremists.

Much of the Middle East and North Africa is now in a state of turmoil. There are few signs that this situation will improve in the near future. Especially not since religious fanaticism is also being fueled by a massive and unsustainable population explosion in the Islamic world and Africa. In all likelihood, the Jihadist wave will continue for years to come. It will also continue to spill over into Europe and the Western world, coupled with sustained migration pressures against Europe from the south. This scenario is very dangerous. It has the potential to trigger much larger conflicts. Perhaps also internal civil strife in multiple Europeans countries.

We are currently in the process of losing our freedoms and effective control over our societies. It is sheer madness to continue Muslim immigration in a situation when militant Muslims are actively waging war against us in our own cities. Western political leaders who promote such policies are guilty of criminal negligence at best. They must be removed from power, and replaced by people who protect the long-term interests of our nations.


1. Probe into Brussels bombings expands across Europe. March 27, 2016.
2. Brussels attacks: Belgium mourns amid hunt for suspect. 23 March 2016.
3. Bomb Britons appear on Hamas tape. 8 March, 2004.
4. Copenhagen terrorist had Quran during attacks. 08 Feb 2016.
5. Mogens Camre var i terrorists søgelys: “Det undrer mig ikke” March 10, 2016.
6. Egypt’s president admits Russian plane downed by ‘terrorism’ February 24, 2016.  
7. Dr. Jill Bellamy: “This is a war and there will be thousands of deaths all across Europe.” 25 March 2016.
8. ‘We are at war,’ French leader says after Brussels attack. Quote by French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, March 22, 2016.
9. EU, Turkey strike deal on Syrian migrants, visa. March/18/2016.
10. We owe it to Turkish people to end visa requirement, EU minister says. March/24/2016


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78 thoughts on “Fjordman: War

  1. I don’t see how anyone at this point can fail to come to the conclusion that the EU is knowingly doing this to undermine the governments of member states and seize power from them. As you say, the EU is behaving in a criminal manner. This should not be surprising given that it’s structure is very similar to the soviet system.

    Any political system structured in the same manner as a bad system will be equally bad. This socialist delusion that a bad system will be good if you can just get good people to run it is ridiculous, yet the delusion persists despite many many examples of failure.

    I guess Europeans are probably just going to have to live through Soviet conditions for several decades to figure this out first hand. Seeing the failures elsewhere just isn’t real enough to people.

    • If Britain decides to stay then Europe’s fate is sealed and what you’ve written will likely come to pass.

      Apparently human DNA requires repeated exposure to change.

      • Britain’s fate is sealed, irrespective of any vote.

        Europe is likely to fall to Islam.

        An Islamic Europe will not suffer a non-Islamic Britain on its border.

        • Funnily enough I am reading Leo McKinstry’s book ‘Operation Sealion’ just now.

          We may yet get rid of our appeasers, although there is no WSC on the horizon.

          I actually had a discussion at work about Donald Trump, whose mother was Scottish. We all said we would vote for Trump if we lived in America, and only wished that he could become President of America … and Scotland!

    • The “British” are too stupid these days and selfish. 70 years of Marxism and handouts.

      • And the English version of PEGIDA-too little too late. The UK will remain in the EU. Even if it gains a narrow majority or even a larger one, it will simply be told to vote again for the requred answer. The rule by Brussels is illegal anyway under the Act of Settlement and Bill of Rights made by Parliament after the Glrious Revolution of 1689AD. Frankly as long as Joe Thick has his football and warm beer, or his TV porn, he’s happy. We are no longer Churchill’s People sorry to say- obsessed with “Celebriteeee” and when Islam takes over in the next few years-less than a decade- they will simply “revert” or pay the jyzia head tax.

        • Don’t deceive yourself, you can’t save your life by paying the jyzia and live for another year every time. moslem ruler has a choice to accept a jyzia or spill the blood anyway.

        • Acts of so-called Parliaments after the ‘Glorious’ Revolution are illegal anyway. Any Jacobite will confirm that we haven’t had lawful rule since 1689.

          There’s a thin line between defending reason and defending a dictatorship of the dead. Magna Carta is a good thing because it contains some good ideas, not because our ancestors in 1215 were cleverer than us.

          In any case, since no Parliament can bind its successors no Act of Parliament can prevent either the passing of the European Communities Act 1972 or its repeal.

      • “The “British” are too stupid these days and selfish. 70 years of Marxism and handouts.”

        The carrot – and the stick!

    • athis is the Coudenhove-Kalergi plan. Dilute the native population through civilization jihad. I see things getting worse at a greater pace than could be imagined. The government of the US is also throwing gasoline on this fire.

      • Yes, I would certainly partially blame the current White House and those who voted them in, along with anyone participating in election fraud. It’s unfortunate, but whatever Americans vote for ends up partly determining what Europeans are subjected to.

  2. Is it just me or do liberals seem unable to understand that they are kaffir (or however you spell it) too? Do they honestly believe that by kissing Muslim behinds they will be spared? How can anyone be so stupid? Is their hatred for anyone who disagrees with them politically so great that they are willing to bring death and destruction down on everyone?

      • Because liberalism is, in the secular realm, a mental illness, and in the religious / theological arena it is a sin.

        Liberalism in religion _produces_ liberalism in society, since the supernatural precedes and is superior to the natural.

        And the origin of liberalism was the original Original Sin : Lucifer’s ‘Non serviam.’ (‘I will not serve.’) The first case of an intelligent being refusing to accept Reality.

        The traditional Roman Catholic Church has an ancient and wise rule of thumb : ‘lex orandi, lex credendi,’ meaning the law of praying is the law of believing … or ‘as we pray, so shall we believe.’

        Change the prayers, and over time what people believe will begin to change, as well.

        Apply that rule of thumb to most of our modern churches. Apply it to _Islam_!

        Our Christian _prayers_ are what formed our belief system, and that is what produced Western civilization. (One might be unkind and ask ‘What has Muslim prayer produced?”)

        • Hey, are you over in Newfoundland? My mother and father emigrated over to Canada with me when I was little. We were just a bit south of where you’re at, in Nova Scotia. My dad went to sea aboard the Kathryn M, skippered by Captain Powers. I believe they fished out of Lunenburg.

          Dad saved enough money up to either go to the west coast (where some of my family already lived) or else go back to Scotia Antiqua, land of haggis, whisky and rain. Back we went … I’ve always had a hankering to visit Canada again though, just to see where my dad went to sea etc.

        • “Original Sin”, Frank? And who is responsible for this lamentable state of affairs, if not our “Creator”, who made us imperfect- or at least susceptible to temptation from the serpent, Lucifer, whatever you call him- who was also made as he was, proud and haughty, by, guess who, the same Creator.

          It is this kind of [material that I deprecate] that drives people who may be looking for some kind of spiritual truth to reject Christianity, which is a shame, because its founder at least believed in the nobility of his mission, which of course would have been unnecessary if his “Father” hadn’t made his “favoured” creatures (humans and angels) flawed in he first place.

          “Non serviam” indeed.

          • No. The angels – and humans – were created perfect. However, Almighty God endowed all of the angels – and humans – with free will. The ability to chose to love and serve their Creator – or to reject Him.

            They (both the angels which we know as the demonic, as well as the first humans, Adam and Eve) freely CHOSE evil, even without the excuse of “I grew up in a bad section of Detroit…”

            For the angels, their decision was irrevocable. Humans, being lesser beings than the angels, but still loved by Almighty God, were, in time, given the gift of Jesus Christ – God Himself, come to Earth as a man.

            Jesus Christ LIVED His love of the Father and He taught the humans of His day – and forevermore – how to be pleasing to God. But most of all, Jesus Christ was/is Almighty God’s offer of mercy, extended to all of mankind.

          • So what do you want Mark H? A totalitarian dictatorship lead by a God that determines all things for the robots? Sounds like Islam.

            I mean you could also come up with a sect that believes that everyone was created in a morally perfect manner so by definition everything everyone does is moral even murder, theft, etc. But it wouldn’t have much to do with reality and society would collapse into anarchy if enough bought into it.

          • The beauty of it is that you do have free will and you choose to support that which is good over evil. The people that choose evil suffer the consequences of their choices in this world and the next.

  3. If you are equating the P.C. types with liberals, and realize that P.C. is basically cultural Marxism, things begin to make sense when one reviews what Marx actually recommended. Everything has to be subject to the all-powerful State, which supposedly will then spontaneously die away, because the process will produce the “new man” that will fulfill the Marxist ideal by just being what he is. In the process of developing the all-powerful State (which will really be run by an “innately superior” elite) all other authority structures have to go, as well as all cohesive groups, such as the Jews, to use one outstanding example, but other national self-identifications as well. The main rival authority structure that they are going after in the U.S. is the family. Two big pillars of the family are marriage and the mother-child bond. The latter is being attacked through abortion rights, though the feminists are also generally against marriage as well. The pushing of gay rights is of course part of the package. One has to realize that the people pushing these things don’t really care for the welfare or either gays or women, they are just using them to push their agenda against the family, and against disfavored religions. This is why the radical feminists are so soft on muslim maltreatment of women, it doesn’t help their agenda.
    Marx and Engels also believed that certain groups, such as the peasantry, were not advanced enough to evolve properly into the “new man” and therefore needed to be exterminated. That was the philosophical basis for the man-made famine in the Ukraine under Stalin that killed millions (of peasants) see Robert Conquest’s “Harvest of Sorrow. Basically, Marxists (whether they are called Communists, Nazis or Progressives, etc.) are living in their own version of lala land where they believe that the “historical imperative” will evolve their way no matter what. Don’t forget that Marxism is “scientific”, and who can go against “settled science”.

    • Bang on, Marinka! Very good, concise summary.

      The very sad thing is that most of the principal planks in Marx’s Communist Manifesto are now already long entrenched as official U.S. (and virtually all other Western governments’) policy. (Compulsory) public education, for one. The State does not need to _own_ the ‘means of production,’ it merely has to control it. etc., etc.

      The primary malevolence of the Soviet Union wasn’t its absurd economic theories … it was that it was officially atheist. What all our good little liberals today, with their preference for euphemism (a.k.a. ‘lies’) prefer to call ‘secularism.’

      • It is rather amusing to see all these atheist types who believe in RD’s ‘Selfish Gene’ theory yell and shout about ‘racism’.

        As I understand it, the selfish gene theory rests on the idea that one’s genes are shared with siblings, parents, kin, those of the same race, and so forth – a series of concentric circles of genetic similarity. One’s ‘race’ is one of those many concentric genetic ‘rings of similarity’. Acting in a way which preseves ones genes, and according to the selfish gene theory that means acting in a way which increases the probability of one’s race gaining more finite resources & passing more of its genes into the next generation, and which puts down other races, is what is considered ‘good’.

        That’s part of their atheistic, evolutionary, worldview. But they go bananas whenever they think anyone might believe it!

        These people are crazy.

        • The left idea of ‘racism’ is not even skin deep, it is but a tool to assist in the evasion of criticism by using it as a link to Nazism and to the Holocaust. In this way does the left win every battle.

          They are not crazy, they are very potent and very well organized, the police and public servants in Rotherham were so frightened by possible accusations of ‘racism’ that they allowed pre-pubescent girls to be serially raped and prostituted.

          But they also need people to believe in evolution and stop going to church, so they organize and advertise the cognitive dissonance of both selfish gene and multiculti at the same time, after all, who paid for RD’s chair at Oxford?

          • I’ve been thinking for a while about the way these people use the label ‘racist’. And I believe you are right, they use it to link opponents to the Nazis and the Holocaust. But how do they get there?

            The reason they do this, I think, is that they have no coherent moral system of their own to employ in order to righteously condemn what their opponents are doing. So they cast about for a label to use against their opponents in typical NLP fashion: find something unpleasant & ‘attach’ the other person to it.

            They lack an understanding of basic moral values themselves, but when they look around, they can see that other people condemn the Nazis. And we did fight a war against them, after all. So the Nazis are ‘bad’ in the eyes of the uneducated riff-raff … Hmmm, I know … let’s call them Nazis whenever they disagree with us!

            Here’s something you might find interesting: Relativism and The Swastika.

        • Many of the people who “believe” in evolution don’t actually seem to believe it. It’s just a way to attack religion as far as they’re concerned, which they do so they can just justify doing whatever they want.

          Start talking about evolutionary psychology though and they start trying to deny evolutionary concepts such as psychology being based on biological survival conditions. Yet again, this is because they don’t want to be told that there might be a problem with whatever it is they feel like doing at the moment.

          It all makes “sense” if you realize that a bunch of people out there, sort of like the anarchist/antifa types, are really just spewing whatever nonsense rationalizations will support whatever it is they feel like doing at that moment. It’s like the anarchist, leftist, etc version of taqiyya. It’s not supposed to make sense, it’s just supposed to con people who aren’t very smart.

  4. I’d be very interested to know how much support sharia proponents have among the Muslim youth populations in various European countries. This, in my view, is the key question since most ethnic European populations skew old and Muslim ones skew young.

    Does Europe have an incipient rebellion on its hands, or is this problem containable.

      • What percentage of muslims who are active terrorists would anyone actually be comfortable with? That is the question I would love to pose to anyone in favor of muslim immigration to western societies.

    • That’s simple.The university of Amsterdam conducted surveys among the Muslim youth in Holland.
      The first question was do you support sharia law over Dutch law.
      75% of those surveyed said that yes they did support sharia law over Dutch law .
      The second question was how do you see the youth who go to Syria to fight for I.S.I.S ?Are they heroes or are they terrorists?
      70% of the respondents said that those who went to
      Syria to fight for I.S.I.S were heroes.
      Geert Wilders regularly quotes this survey in the Dutch parliament ,where it falls on deaf ears.

      • Sorry wrong number in answer to the second question.80% of Muslims said those who left Holland to fight for I.S.I.S in Syria were heroes.Sorry also about punctuation.Left out a question mark at the end of first question.More haste less speed.

  5. Brutally accurate article.

    The attacks are increasing in frequency, magnitude and savagery. It is also painfully obvious that Western Europe is lousy with ISIS cells.

    That the tape of a Belgian nuclear official’s home and family comings and going. The killing of the guard for his access pass – this is truly the stuff of nightmares and there is no denying they have it on the target list.

    I grew up in the late 70’s in Western Europe and it was a golden time to be there. I was physically and mentally depressed after the Brussels bombing.

    As ISIS is more confined in Syria and Iraq they will lash Europe even harder. Alas I see no signs of Europe even addressing – much less coming to grips – with the terminal virus they have willingly ingested.

    Terrible fin-de-siecle feeling about this.

    • I remember backpacking around Europe in the early eighties, and I had a rare old time, I can tell you.

      Changed days now, that’s for sure.

  6. Here’s the unpleasant truth: Eastern Europe was shielded from the early immigration and culture of PC by… Russian occupation (effectively) under communism.

    Who would have thought, at the time, that was was happening in Western Europe would actually be more damaging in the long run.

    What a bizarro world!

    • That’s a keen observation, Mike (even if I disagree with your inclusion of the ‘culture of PC’ bit!).

      That was the ‘power politics’ of it. Add to that that the Eastern European countries (and peoples), long before the advent of Communism, were the ‘frontiers of Christendom,’ and had far more direct and unpleasant experience dealing with the Muslims, for centuries.

      If memory serves, I believe Stalin (ghost?)wrote a piece called ‘The National Minorities Question.’ The gist was, I think, that Stalin noted what Hitler had done in using the existence of German ethnic minorities in Czechoslovakia (et al) as an excuse to interfere and invade.

      While Stalin and his Communists brutally suppressed their own national minorities, e.g. the Chechens (see Robert Conquest’s ‘The Nation Killers’), they also saw the potential for exploiting, as a weapon to further the Communist cause, the presence of national/ethnic minorities in other countries. Hence the Soviet tactic of giving aid and direction to every little ‘national liberation army.’

      How is that so different from Saudi Arabia spreading its loot around to fund mosques and Wahhabist madrassas in other countries?

      • A week before the Soviets invaded Poland, Vyacheslav Molotov told the German ambassador that he intended to take a leaf out of the Nazis’ book, and portray the invasion as an enterprise that was intended to help minorities who were being oppressed. In a radio broadcast on 17th September 1939, a black day if there ever was one, Molotov used that lie to justify the Soviet invasion.

        As the British ambassador in Moscow at the time, Sir William Seeds, recognised, the Reds’ occupation was not about helping any ‘oppressed’ minorities. They intended to ‘purge’ the newly occupied territory so that it would be indistinguishable from the rest of the Soviet Union.

        Sources: Rees, L. (2009) World War 2: Behind Closed Doors, London: Random House, Kindle locations 411, 417;
        Seeds, W. (Quoted.) Rees, L. (2009) World War 2: Behind Closed Doors, London: Random House, Kindle location 632.

      • Another Canadian on here?

        I think that you’re right, Frank. Indeed, it’s possible that these ideas were introduced to the European left by Soviet influence, even. I don’t *know* this, but it’s a hypothesis that I’d like to investigate (not a conspiracy theory that I’d like to start). It would explain a lot and sort-of converge both of our takes on things.

    • I have had the same thought rolling around in my head for many years. The paradox that decades of horrid Soviet oppression have saved Eastern Europe from a worse fate. I would much rather live ( and have my children live) in Czechia, Estonia or Hungary than the Netherlands, Germany, the UK or …shudder … France.

      • Scary, eh?

        And unfortunately, Selfie Trudo is trying to do the same to us in Canada, though he seems to have caused the refugee flow to slow down now. I think that he realises that one major Brussels-style carnage is all it’ll take for him to lose the next election.

        In my dreams, I dream of Canada with Stephen Harper against at the helm.

        • Makes two of us, but we were outnumbered by the mindless idiots who swallowed the ‘vilify Harper’ koolaid and voted in ‘meathead’.

          Wonder if Stephen will make a comeback?

    • Aye, the wannabe ‘reds’ have turned out to be worse than the actual ‘reds’ ever were. And that is saying something.

  7. The man featured (I don’t know why?) in the centre of the EU flag above effectively solved the problem of Muslim terrorism in the country he used to rule. Instead of importing Muslims en masse and concentrating them in cities, he deported them to Siberia in small groups, isolated from each other.

    • What’s going on now is obviously not to solve the problem of Muslim terrorism but to use it to further an objective.

  8. It is sad to say, but what I predicted in 1995 when I returned from Pakistan is now coming to pass and it gives me no pleasure

    What makes me angry is that the people who are plotting against us do so with impunity. Wouldn’t it be nice to take some of this grief to them to see how they like it, to see their loved ones blown to pieces, their places of worship degraded and their belief systems undermined and villified as have those of Judeo Christians?

    I used to console myself that those responsible will get what is coming to them but I am not sure now that this is true. What can we do?

    • I agree completely. The traitorous evil beings responsible for the mess we’re all in today will march on towards retirement, untouched and utterly oblivious, and they’ll pull down state-paid pensions into the bargain.

      In a morally sane world, they would be sacked – today – have their pensions taken from them, and charged with crimes against humanity.

      The funny thing is I don’t really blame the Muslim fanatics for doing what they do, they’re just ambulatory hardware running Islamic software. And we can all read the core Islamic texts and see what those lines of code actually say.

      If someone put a snake in your bed and you were bitten, the snake wouldn’t be charged with murder. The person who put it in there would be. The political elite and their lackeys in the media who set this whole social engineering project in motion then lied about it for years are the real guilty parties here.

    • Peter: One of the most sickening and demoralising things about living in these times is the almost complete lack of justice.

      • Oh there’s plenty of “justice” alright, it’s just that justice has been redefined as “social justice”. So yea, not much conventional traditional justice but plenty of the Newspeak version.

  9. “Much of the Middle East and North Africa is now in a state of turmoil. There are few signs that this situation will improve in the near future. Especially not since religious fanaticism is also being fueled by a massive and unsustainable population explosion in the Islamic world and Africa. …”

    don’t forget drought and other water related crisis. Parts of Syria have been under the grip of a severe drought for some time now.

  10. So long Caliph Angela Merkel is free and at large the Islamization of Europe cannot be stopped.

  11. Where is the ship that will carry arms, supplies, and the men with eyes to see and ears to hear, to a beachhead in our ancestral homeland? Would it be an invasion or liberation?

  12. “We are always being told that these attacks have nothing to do with Islam, which is a religion of peace. Those daring to suggest that the repeated terror attacks are caused by Islamic culture are dismissed as evil racists and right-wing extremists.”

    The power elite and their lackeys in the MSM have cast around for possible reasons for the behaviour of Islamic terrorists. Unhappiness with foreign policy, poverty, alienation, etc etc.

    The problem with these theories is that there are plenty non-Muslims living in Euope who are unhappy with their government’s foreign policy, who live in poverty, who are alienated, etc etc. And they do *not* go around blowing people up. They moan on the internet, they write letters to the paper or to their MP, and in the final analysis, they vote.

    Clearly there is an additional factor at play when Muslims go to town and start spree killing innocent people … what could it be … ???

    Being a Muslim is a necessary condition of becoming an Islamic terrorist. This logical point is so blatantly obvious it is undeniable.

    And yet our politicians deny it.

    They are the real enemy. They need to go.

  13. Those who do not know history are condemned to repeat it. This time there is no Gates of Vienna to stop them. I am sorry for Europe but they did bring this upon themselves. Liberalism is truly a mental disease.

    Also, I believe Pope Francis is senile.

    I figuratively wring my hands and wonder what fresh horror comes next. I also wonder what comes next with Europe. Do the “leaders” of Europe think they will get off scott-free or do they plan to convert to Muslim in an effort to save their sorry behinds?

    • The notion of what has come to be called ‘liberalism’ being a disease is an interesting one. The question is whether there is a cure.

      Just what does it take for an individual to realise that the software running inside their mind is defective and ‘buggy’? I see sites like GoV as a sort of anti-virus establishment, where people can get the help they need to go through the source code of their existing intellectual ‘software’ line by line, and re-write it so that it is in accordance with reality.

      • Quo Fan-

        I have lived and worked in a Muslim country for over three years.

        There is literally nothing you can say or do to inspire them to realize that the majority of their personal and national problems are the direct result of their defective ideology.

    • This Pope believes all roads and religions lead to God but professes to be a follower of Jesus,therefore Jesus death would become futile if you follow this Popes warped logic.He also has said Jesus failed at the cross,that atheists can go to heaven even in unbelief,he welcomes aliens for baptism,he spreads the green gospel,he wants global government and mass immigration of muslims while welcoming not one into vatican city,he espouses communism and the sharing of wealth and at the same time living surrounded by opulance and vast wealth.Despite this ,the masses still blindly follow this wicked man.

      • Incidently i say this as a disenfranchised catholic who is a critical thinker against this anti pope.

  14. That reminds me of the very old Chinese book “The art of war”. You have no chance if you do not know yourself and do not know your enemy. Yet, can you imagine a situation worse than that? Sadly, this is the situation we are in now: being at war without admitting that we are at war

      • It’s when someone who’s been brought up to see themselves as a Muslim reads the Koran, ignores the principle of abrogation, cherry picks some nice bits, and decides not to be an ‘extremist’ or a ‘radical’.

        • Precisely.

          A while ago, I think it was on here, someone made the comment that:

          – Most Christians are worse people than Jesus was.
          – Most Muslims are better people than Mohammed was.

          And that pretty much says it all. Considering the role model that they’re coming from, most Muslims are surprisingly decent reasonable people and are a testament to fundamental human decency DESPITE “programming”.

          Some presumably do so by ignoring the programming, others by cherry-picking it, etc. But the point stands.

          It’s time to change the programming and let these people be free.

          • As I see it, those ‘surprisingly decent, reasonable people’ have nevertheless been indoctrinated from childhood, and how often have we heard people (both westerners and moslems) say of terrorists:
            “I would never have guessed it, he was such a nice guy, quiet and helpful….”
            My point? You can NEVER trust a moslem. They are the enemy, and have been ever since mohammed crawled out of a sewer in Arabia over 1400 years ago.

            As for ‘changing the programming’, good luck with that, you know what happens to people who make any attempt to try!
            If only our own people were not so damned guileless and terminally naïve!

        • It’s true that “moderates” chose not to become a suicide bomber more often, but they still carry a few false and dangerous ideas that usually brings an unhappy and non-productive life. The old good “bell curve” tells us that the number of moderates are usually higher in every society. But I don’t see those moderates have ever invented something or created a happy life in their homelands.

          Also there’s no guarantee that moderates won’t give birth to suicide bombers of the next generation. You know, kids go their own way and they may not cherrypick the same way that parents do. And with islamic schools already established and operating in West, chances are high that they end up as fanatics.

          To be honest, I can’t trust a “moderate” while codes of massacre, terror and rape are in the next page of the book they believe in.

          • I agree of course. It’s worth spending a couple of evenings reading through the reports compiled by the USCIRF on the appalling level of human rights abuses in Islamic countries all around the world. Those important and authoritative reports refute any notion that Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance.

            And what about the recent documentary on Saudi Arabia? That ought to have caused a big stink, but it was overtaken by events in Belgium, unfortunately.

            In my original comment, I was extracting the urine from the official, state-sanctioned definition.

            As Mike and Rec have pointed out, things are far more complex than the state would have us believe.

  15. Hoping I’m wrong but I see Europe falling to islam by 2017 and the UK fighting actual battles in the same year but falling due to muslim control of London and large parts of the military I hope the US allows the fleeing Europeans refuge and is wise enough to start deporting muslims by 2017

    • You’re way too early in your predictions, and there are very few Muslims in the UK armed forces.

      Make it 2030, and I’m with you.

      • A recent post by Mark Steyn made mention of the fact that Europe isn’t reproducing itself – but the Muslim migrants ARE. Therefore, the “young, hale, and hearty” types who become soldiers and policemen will, in the not-too-distant future, be: mostly Muslims.

        He asks if the ethnically-European, historically-Christian citizens can trust that those new Muslim police will effectively protect them from jihadists (or actually, ANY kind of “Islamic activism”).

        Demography is Destiny, they say.


    • So, why should the US allow people to enter who voted in the leaders who brought in the Muslims?

      You think they’ll magically change their voting patters?

  16. Quo Fan
    I believe the possible cure for liberalism (and I do mean the stupid and foolish kind, not the historical kind), is a really hard kick in the rear — or worse. I do not wish bad for anyone, but I think Europe is going to regret this for years and years.

    They had other options but didn’t try them.

    I also hope you are wrong but I too, wonder how long it will take. US will not be wiser until we get a new president.

  17. Yes. It is mind boggling. When the Irish majority voted a very clear “OUT” of the EU the cry babies in Bruxelles demanded another vote. “YES” won the replay. After all this time…etcetra.

  18. Well, since 2007 I’ve been trying to get Americans to sign on to this –

    Thursday, February 08, 2007

    A Proposed Constitutional Amendment

    Background and justification to Amendment 28

    Whereas Religion is defined as an institution dedicated to improving social conscience and promoting individual and societal spiritual growth in a way that is harmless to others not participating in or practicing the same;

    Whereas the United States of America was founded on the ideals of individual rights, including the individual right to practice one’s religion of choice, or no religion, and that there would be no compulsion of religion, nor state sanctioned religion, nor a “religious test” for participation in the body politic;

    Whereas Islam includes a complete political and social structure, encompassed by its religious law, Sharia, that supersedes any civil law and that Islam mandates that no secular or democratic institutions are to be superior to Islamic law;

    Whereas Islam preaches that it and it alone is the true religion and that Islam will dominate the world and supplant all other religions and democratic institutions;

    Whereas Saudi Arabia, the spiritual home of Islam does not permit the practice of any other religion on its soil and even “moderate” Muslims states such as Turkey and Malaysia actively suppress other religions;

    Whereas Islam includes as its basic tenet the spread of the faith by any and all means necessary, including violent conquest of non-believers, and demands of its followers that they implement violent jihad (holy war) against those un-willing to convert or submit to Islam, including by deception and subversion of existing institutions;

    Whereas on 9/11/2001 19 Muslim hijackers acting in the name of Islam killed 3,000 Americans, and numerous other acts of terrorism have been directed at the American people around the world;

    Whereas representatives of Islam around the world including Osama Bin Laden (architect of 9/11), the government of Iran including Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, HAMAS, Hezbollah, and other Islamic groups have declared jihad (war) on America, and regularly declare that America should cease to exist;

    Whereas there is no organized Islamic opposition to violent proponents of Islam;

    Therefore: Islam is not a religion, but a political ideology more akin to Fascism and totally in opposition to the ideals of freedom as described in the United States Constitution, especially the Bill of Rights.

    Be it resolved that the following Amendment to the Constitution be adopted:

    Article I

    The social/political/ideological system known around the world as Islam is not recognized in the United States as a religion.

    The practice of Islam is therefore not protected under the 1st Amendment as to freedom of religion and speech.

    Article II

    As representatives of Islam around the world have declared war, and committed acts of war, against the United States and its democratic allies around the world, Islam is hereby declared an enemy of the United States and its practice within the United States is now prohibited.

    Article III

    Immediately upon passage of this Amendment all Mosques, schools and Muslim places of worship and religious training are to be closed, converted to other uses, or destroyed. Proceeds from sales of such properties may be distributed to congregations of said places but full disclosure of all proceeds shall be made to an appropriate agency as determined by Congress. No compensation is to be offered by Federal or State agencies for losses on such properties however Federal funding is to be available for the demolishing of said structures if other disposition cannot be made.

    The preaching of Islam in Mosques, Schools, and other venues is prohibited. The subject of Islam may be taught in a post high school academic environment provided that instruction include discussion of Islam’s history of violence, conquest, and its ongoing war on democratic and other non-Islamic values.

    The preaching or advocating of Islamic ideals of world domination, destruction of America and democratic institutions, jihad against Judaism, Christianity and other religions, and advocating the implementation of Sharia law shall in all cases be punishable by fines, imprisonment, deportation, and death as prescribed by Congress. Violent expressions of these and other Muslim goals, or the material support of those both in the United States and around the world who seek to advance these Islamic goals shall be punishable by death.

    Muslims will be denied the opportunity to immigrate to the United States.

    Article IV

    Nothing in this amendment shall be construed as authorizing the discrimination against, of violence upon, nor repudiation of the individual rights of those Americans professing to be Muslim. The individual right of conscience is sacrosanct and the practice of Islam within the privacy of home and self is strictly protected to the extent that such individuals do not violate the prohibitions described in Article III.

    Many thanks to Scott for authoring this and submitting to our inbox.

    UPDATE- Some of our ‘fans’ out there have noted a couple of language errors with this post, which have now been corrected. Thank you kindly for your support!

    Not even Pam Geller will support it.

    • This is a verbose resolution. No way does it serve as an appropriate Constitutional amendment.

    • I think that’s brilliant.I find it clear and exquisitely precise.On the internet however many people won’t read any single post of that length. post..To overcome this I think you have 2 options.You could ask the Baron to reproduce your brilliant post as an article.Or you could post it again but broken up into 2 or 3 separate posts but successive posts. I have seen either Dymphna or the Baron use this technique very successfully. .
      Write to them directly.I think your post is an absolute gem and deserves much more attention.

  19. Excellent Constitutional Amendment!

    Aren’t muslims supposed to leave a place voluntarily if they’re not allowed to live by the sharia? That’s why our local shura council is so disturbing, as is segregating the train cars in Germany. A nibble here, a nibble there. And poof
    . . . the big bad sharia wolf eats you and your culture up. Little Red Riding Hood knew better and fought the wolf and won. There are so many other avenues to go down. The muslims are extremely superstitious. Read Dawn Perlmutter’s work. There are many creative possibilities there to explore.

    Please, please everyone. Don’t take a negative path against Europe. She’s not gone, only lost her way. It’s not hopeless and I say this as a confirmed pessimist.

  20. The UK and Europe will reap what their leaders have sown. The electorate never voted for a party that would have reversed the tidal wave of migrants for fear of being labelled racist. Enoch Powell knew what would happen and that was way back in the 60’s, he said it was like watching a nation busily building its own funeral pyre with the rates of immigration as they were back then.

    I no longer live in the UK (thankfully) my wife is from S.A, but with Irish heritage. She has never been to Europe and probably never will now. I was going to take her, but after the recent attacks she outright refuses to travel there. I wonder how many other non Europeans feel that way? On that same theme I think non Europeans should stop visiting the place, perhaps the lack of revenue from tourism might just send a shot across the bows that something needs to be done now.

  21. I also remember TIPH the Temporary International Presence in Hebron. In fact, they are still here. I also remember that after two of its staff were shot up on the road by an undiscriminating terrorist with an automatic rifle, they had a novel solution. You see, there were also two survivors in that car, and they explained that although they were all shouting “We are not Jews”, the Arab did not hear them. So, after that all the TIPH cars had little red pennants on a long antenna-like stick on them. The “I’m not a Jew, shoot someone else” notice. Well, it was immoral, and ultimately, after the Jews, it is the turn of the Christians. Evil is evil and if you are not against it, you are for it.

  22. It would be nice if you would publish this also in another place. Many/most disregard anything on Gates of Vienna as questionable for a source. Therefore, please spread you messgae in many place! Keep up the good work.

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