Our German translator Anton has compiled a report and analysis of the spread and distribution of Islam on the European continent.
The Islamization of Europe: The Evidence
In this paper, the European geography and demographics is placed in the context of the Islamic view of the Ummah. Empirical data prove that the Islamization has taken place.
It is important in this context to understand the “Ummah” from the view of Islam and which meaning this has in a Europe where internal borders have been removed.
Europe no longer belongs to the Europeans. The Islamic power grab has taken place, silently, without democratic legitimacy and without debate.
- Islam understands itself as a homogeneous, mobile mass.
- The country of origin means nothing to Islam.
- The Islamic community is called the “Ummah”.
- Islam does not tolerate national or geographical borders.
- The Ummah must therefore be seen as a nation within Schengen.
- In 2017, the Ummah grew in Europe to 20 million.
- The rate of growth is extreme. In Great Britain, it is 47 times bigger than 60 years ago.
- The EU consists of 28 member states.
- The Ummah is now the 7th largest population in Europe.
- Western Europe consists of 31 countries. (EU  plus Iceland, Switzerland and Norway)
- Only six of these 31 countries have a population larger than the Ummah.
- 23 of the 31 countries are only half the size of the Ummah.
- 81% of all European countries have populations smaller than the Ummah.
- The Ummah thrives through the open borders of the Schengen area in Europe.
- The Ummah thrives through the generosity of the European social systems.
- The Ummah takes over territories place by place; they become no-go zones.
- Street gangs and organised criminality secure the no-go zones.
- High birth rates ensure the longevity and expandability of these areas.
- In several European countries, Mohammed is the most popular name amongst newborns.
- Europe has been Islamized.
- Many European peoples have become minorities within their part of Europe.
The European View
The Europeans understand themselves as people who have historically inherited territories from their forefathers, traditionally clans and tribes. Each of these territories has a common language, identity and border. Those territories are to be found on the European continent.
Many of these European countries have joined an economic union, which has grown to include political aspects. There are currently 28 states within the European Union.
The European union is attractive to the many small countries in Europe. Together they perceive they can be represented better as a multicultural block on the world economic stage where America and China play a leading role. Neither Norway nor Iceland, Ukraine and Switzerland belong to the European Union.
The Ukraine and Russia are not considered part of this area.
The Europeans, under the leadership of the European Union, project a common understanding as a community open to the world. “Welcome Refugees”, the Willkommenskultur, is imposed with judicial measures.
Such an open EU without internal and external borders offers the population of any nation, any religion and any gender of the world the opportunity to resettle in European territory. Against the will of the indigenous folk and with the help of military forces (Frontex, NATO, airlifts from Africa, etc.)
The Islamic View
Islamic ideology foresees a strict discrimination not only between man and woman but also between (the good) Muslims and the Kafir (the bad unbelievers), in particular Christians and the hated Jews, but also including all other religions such as Hindus and Buddhists.
Muslims represent the mono-cultural Islam, which lives together in the Ummah. The Ummah is a homogeneous Islamic community that lives in an area without defined borders. The area is dynamic. Where country borders do exist, such as in Afghanistan and Pakistan, the borders are often porous and do not really represent borders as the Europeans understand this term.
The space where the Ummah lives represents a universal world order, which is ruled by the Caliph using Islamic Sharia law, to which all inhabitants of the Ummah must be subservient.
As the Ummah expands, Christian and Jewish places of worship are either destroyed or reformed as mosques. The latter method is far quicker to implement than building. The public space is captured and consumed.
The Impact of Schengen
The construction of the borderless area within the European Union, known as the Schengen Area, is an unconventional step, which compares more easily to the Ummah than to the traditional view of a bordered landmass, which would describe a European state. Schengen, like the Ummah, is borderless and as such is better aligned with Islamic ideology.
This tension, this conflict between the borderless Ummah, which neither tolerates nor respects borders, nor will it be held back by them, is obvious when the Ummah confronts the bordered nation states of Europe. The borders were there for a reason.
Since the collapse of the borders, the Ummah has been able to “peacefully” conquer territories without hindrance. Once absorbed into the Ummah, street gangs and organised criminals secure these new no-go-areas. Areas that are evident in almost all European countries. High birth rates are used to expand not only these areas but also others so that the Ummah can grow.
This was more than evident when Yugoslavia collapsed during the civil war. The Ummah surged forward from the traditional territories of Turkey into the new European ones, forming a beachhead in Albania and Kosovo, which NATO helped construct.
Note: Turkey and Albania are candidates for EU membership.
The EU’s hope for Schengen, which was that there would be hordes of transnational migratory workers, like those found in China, was partly successful.
In summer, waves of workers without rights can be seen spreading across the agricultural landscape of Europe and building sites of European cities in Germany, the Netherlands and Italy. Spain prefers to pick from the many illegal African migrants. They’re obviously cheaper.
But these “benefits” of Schengen are all too often overshadowed by cross-border organized criminality, tribes of beggars and international terrorists. All of which contribute to a loss of control and domestic security.
The ever-deepening divide between the wealthy north and the poor south, the industrial west and the agricultural east is evident. Highly skilled worked from the south refuse to migrate to the north for work. The unemployment levels in some countries are comparable to those of South America.
In view of these developments one may be forgiven for believing that Schengen has passed its sell-by date. Does it still even have a right to exist today?
In its place, the Ummah has spread and expanded. Strengthened by thousand-year-old hatreds and conflicts in the Middle East, and the inability of Africa to produce a world in which their citizens want to live peacefully and in prosperity. Africa, which has an abundance of fruitful land, rare metals and free solar energy.
The astronomical birth rates in both these regions, the youth bulge, further exacerbates the pressure on Muslim communities — the Ummah — to migrate.
The European Union and European countries deny the Islamization of the continent. They often refuse to regularly collect reliable statistics describing the size and growth rates of the Ummah in Europe.
Yet cast a glance at any street in a European city; this expansion is evident. Very evident. Europe is not being Islamized. Islamization has already taken place. What we observe is simply the expansion of the Ummah on a daily basis.
Comparing the populations of the 28 European Union member states — the national states — with the size of the Ummah — the young, mobile Islamic population without borders — then it is evident that Islam, the Ummah in 2017 has more mass than 82% of all the other European states.
[National Populations less than the size of the Ummah.]
In the map of Europe at the top of this post, we represent the spread of the Ummah on European territory.
|1.||The dynamic, borderless Ummah has a mass of over 20 million. (2017, Pew Research, Google)|
|2.||Islamic territories, to the South and to the East of Europe are marked in red|
|3.||European countries, whose populations are smaller than the Ummah are also marked in magenta.|
|4.||Those European countries that boast a larger population than the Ummah are marked in green.|
|5.||Areas within those countries with high populations of the Ummah are marked in red.
All data are drawn from open sources on the Internet.
Here we see at a glance those nations that are able to democratically defend against the 20 million Muslim population that is the Ummah. There are currently six remaining states.
Within the EU, the Ummah can move unhindered. Nation states that refuse to allow entry into their territories are ostracised and penalised by the European Union, which has at least two further candidate Islamic countries, Albania and Turkey (100 million Muslims) awaiting membership.
Some Key Notes
Germany and Sweden
The Ummah’s expansion in these two countries may be seen on a daily basis in the news and on the streets. There is no need to provide any further details here.
Great Britain is a union of four countries: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Its nearest neighbour both geographically and ethnically is Ireland.
At least 4.6 million Muslims live in Britain today. There is a high uncertainty concerning that number, due to visa applicants who refuse to return home, illegal underground immigration and relocation of the Ummah within the EU. A conservative estimate would be around 5 million.
Of the five countries in this geographical region only one country actually exceeds the local Ummah population: England. The Scots, the Irish, the Welsh and the Northern Irish have become minorities, behind the Ummah. And this population is losing ground and cities quickly.
Of five countries only one exceeds the local Ummah population.
In fact the Ummah population in Britain has grown from 105,000 in 1960 to five million in just 60 years.
A 47-fold increase in the size of the Ummah in just 60 years.
Great Britain is a nuclear state.
Anyone familiar with France will observe major areas around Paris and the South of France where the Ummah resides.
France is a nuclear state.
In 2017 the Turkish President was upset that he and his representatives were not allowed to travel to Holland during the Turkish national election. Understandable, really, when you understand than the Ummah tolerates no borders.
The leader of the AKP party stated, “I can travel anywhere I like with a diplomatic passport”. Insulted, he also added:
“Who do they think they are? They have 40,000 soldiers in their Army.
I have 400,000 Turks living there.”
— Recep Tayyip Erdogan (2017)
It was Erdogan who recited the following threat in 1998
“The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets,
the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers…”
— Recep Tayyip Erdogan (1998)
So we can observe a consistency and a continuity in his thoughts and actions. Erdogan perceives the Ummah as an Islamic Army.
This threat actually understates the situation in 2017. The dynamic part of the Ummah in the Netherlands is 1 million strong and growing quickly. Mohammed is the most popular name for newborn boys in the Netherlands for the second year in a row.
In Spain, Islamization can be seen most strongly on the east coast, from Barcelona down to Malaga. And also in the capitol, Madrid.
Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary
These three countries stand out as beacons of homogeneous Christian resistance on the continent.
How long and how effectively they will actually be able to resist the pressure imposed on them not only by the dynamic Ummah, but also their bedfellows, the EU, can be seen in the south western provinces of Switzerland on the border to France. Headscarf, burqa and minaret bans have helped to slow the process, but for how long?
In any case, given British and French nuclear capabilities, it may be only a matter of time before these countries have to dive under the cover of a Russian protectorate, capable to fighting off a nuclear attack from these counties when they, too, fall into the hands of the Ummah.
Given that all but six countries on the European continent have a population smaller that that of the Ummah, can Europe really still be called European?
When a completely foreign ideological and cultural population exceeds that of 25 indigenous peoples?
The European Union’s Schengen policy has not only benefited industrialists but also illegal migrants who can travel freely. When they are eventually given passports, they can relocate anywhere they like unhindered. They may choose the territory where they want to live, with the best welfare system and health care. Others have to work and pay for that. Not the Ummah. The Ummah has time to breed and expand.
Countries with homogeneous native peoples that refuse the Ummah’s expansion are ostracised and subsequently penalised into submission by the EU dictatorship.
So we need to question whether Schengen really has been a good thing. The problems posed by the north/south, east/west division, illegal migration, international crime and Islamic terrorism, and the expansion of the Ummah appear to outweigh the short-term benefits.
Forcing indigenous European populations to give up their territorial integrity and accept the spread of the Ummah using military means (Frontex, special forces units, SWAT teams, GSG9, etc.) must stop.
Forced resettlement contradicts international law and is a crime; it is genocide:
Article 2 of the Genocide Convention defines genocide as
…any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:
(a) Killing members of the group; (b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; (c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; (d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; (e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.
The local people suffer from this. They can no longer be treated in hospitals, no longer find a place to live, no longer walk around their country safely. They suffer from no-go-zones, extra-territorial areas within their own country, for example Molenbeek in Brussels.
The demographic nature of European countries plays into the hands of the Ummah. Those who can breed more quickly can take power. It’s that simple.
Religious tolerance and humanitarianism are no reason to justify the resettlement of the Ummah in European homelands, automatic access to the European welfare system, the consumption of public space in European cities and construction of Islamic temples on European soil.
The 47-fold almost exponential increase in the size of the Ummah in Great Britain does not bode well for the indigenous peoples of Europe. Europe must push back with great strength.
Yet the political leadership and will do not exist. It is time to cast aside ideological blindness and deal with the problem at hand.
It is time for action.