Thursday, October 26, 2006

Do Muslims in Europe need to integrate more?

From today on the Newsweek site this interesting poll:

As an European I had no doubt and answered yes. The result above was then displayed. Hah - I thought. The 12% "no" vote must be Muslims and the 6,8% "I don't know" must live underground. But great with a 82% "yes" vote.

Also it seems socialists, pacifists, defeatist in general and other riff-raff don't read Newsweek and for sure don't participate in the "livevotes" - or there would be more "no" votes.

But then I got to think. Muslims in Europe have already been given the chance to integrate. Some have integrated well but many have not. Demographics will within the next few years make several large cities of Europe having a Muslim majority (a few already have a youth majority of Muslims). The Islamofascists will use every trick in the book to gain power.

This combined with a large percentage of European apologists will in fact give birth to Eurabia. Ironically, multiculturalists will see their absurd experiment of multiculturalism turn into a de facto monoculture - and I ain't talking European culture.

I see this as unavoidable unless Europe receives a wake-up call now and immediately starts fighting this trend. In a certain manner worse uprisings in France could be a necessity for the rest of Europe to read the writing on the wall. We need more conflict to avoid the eradication of Europe.

Also integration in Europe absurdly means that our culture must adjust to the Islamist culture including some rites that seem out of the middle ages. It is definitely not "when in Rome do as the Romans do". Personally, I do not care for integration with the aim of making me x percentage Muslim.

So even if it pains me - I change my vote to a resounding NO.


Pastorius said...

I agree Von Schlicht. This is an excellent post.

And yes, we do need MORE and WORSE uprisings, because we need the people of Europe to see the reality of what these Islamofascists really want.

The lesson that Europe needs to learn is plainly written in our history books, but apparently, no one reads those, or they believe that history is some sort of fairy tale.

How far are we away from the second expulsion of the Moors?

Anonymous said...

How far are we away from the second expulsion of the Moors? - Pastorius

Not close enough.