The West is being Islamized before our very eyes! It is happening in such subtle ways that it is sometimes imperceptible to those who are not looking out for it. But much of the time, what is happening is plain to see. Each and every concession we make to Muslims is a further nail in the coffin of liberal democracy. Each time we consider granting Muslims a public holiday, each time we consider curtailing our own freedom of speech to appease them, we are assisting Muslims to further Islamize our home countries. Be sure of that!
Western governments should not be powerless to deal with this, but evenso they seem to be: They lack the will and determination to stop the rot.
Political correctness, of course, has taken its toll on the West. So has the ridiculous concept of multiculturalism. Add to this a deep-seated guilt complex, a pervasive attitude of self-denigration, extreme tolerance, and an army of apologists for Islam, and we have a catastrophe in the making!
One of our greatest mistakes is to think of Islam as just another one of the world's great religions. We shouldn't. Islam is politics or it is nothing at all, but, of course, it is politics with a spiritual dimension, politics all wrapped up in a deity.
What is the nature of the politics of Islam? Well, that's an easy one to answer: It is little different from the politics of a totalitarian state, little different from the ideologies of Nazism or communism, different only in detail rather than style. Both Nazism and communism used the purge to try and 'cleanse' society of what it considered undesirable. Islam always does the same. Both of those tolerated only a single political party. Islam generally does the same, and certainly, where it doesn't, insists that all parties be Islamic ones. This, of course, gives the establishment the power to coerce the people. G. H. Sabine, in his book, A History of Political Theory, tells us this about Nazism and communism:
...the party was a self-constituted aristocracy which has [sic] the mission partly of leading, partly of instructing, and partly of coercing the bulk of mankind along the road that it must follow. Both were totalitarian in the sense that they obliterated the liberal distinction between areas of private judgment and of public control, and both turned the educational system into an agency of universal indoctrination. In their philosophy[,] both were utterly dogmatic, professing, the one in the name of the Aryan race and the other in the name of the proletariat, a higher insight capable of laying down rules for art, literature, science, and religion. Both induced a frame of mind akin to religious fanaticism. In strategy[,] both were reckless in their assertions, boundless in their claims, abusive toward their opponents, prone to regard any concession on their own part as a temporary expedient and on a rival's part as a sign of weakness. The social philosophies of both agreed in regarding society as in essence a system of forces, economic or racial, between which adjustment takes place by struggle and dominance rather than by mutual understanding and concession. Both therefore regarded politics as merely an expression of power.So much in Islam resembles those two despicable ideologies. The ruling party in Islamic countries coerces the people along the road that it must follow. This is particularly easy to observe in Iran today. Islam, too, tries to obliterate the liberal distinction between areas of private judgment and of public control. We see this in all Islamic countries. Similar to Nazism and communism, Islam also turns the educational system into an apparatus of the state for the purpose of universal indoctrination. One would be justified in using the term 'brainwashing'.
In addition, Islam also lays down rules for art (no depiction of the human form is allowed, for example), for literature (all is censored), for science (nothing discovered may contradict the Qur'an or Ahadith, or the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad), and certainly for religion (no religion is accepted of man except Islam). Where Jews and Christians live in Islamic countries, they are given protection in return for a high tax known as the jiziyah, but are given dhimmi status, which means, in effect, that they are subdued and given second class status.
Islam also induces a frame of mind akin to fanaticism. That this is so is self-explanatory. Islam is also reckless in its assertions, and boundless in its claims. Example: All the world belongs to Allah; therefore it is the duty of all Muslims to Islamize it. In Islam, too, adjustment takes place by struggle and dominance. Note the Jihad.
A remarkable similarity is this: Islam is also inclined to be abusive to its opponents (they are infidels and unclean), and is prone to regard any concession on its own part as a temporary expedient and on a rival's part as a sign of weakness. And Islam, too, regards politics as an expression of power. Oh, and we shouldn't forget that Islam is profoundly anti-Semitic!
Aren't the similarities just remarkable?
What is troubling is this: Islam is closing in on us. We have so many unassimilated Muslims living in Europe, and an ever growing number living in the States, too. In fact, millions and millions of Muslims live in the West today. But the West has no strategy for dealing with the fall-out. We saw this recenty in France when their cities burnt night after night. The mayhem Muslim immigrants caused there was enough to make anyone's hair stand on end! But what has France done about it? It has unveiled a series of measures to appease the Muslim immigrants, and has ignored the fact that this was an uprising caused in no small part by the Islamic community flexing its ever strengthening muscles.
If we in the West wish to ensure the survival of our own civilization, wish to ensure that our children will be able to live as freely as we have been able to do, wish to ensure that people are free to choose their religion in the West, but just as free not to choose one, then we have a lot of thinking to do!
I would suggest that we start by asking one simple question: Should we regard Islam as a mere religion, or should we start to see it for what it truly is: A political ideology with megalomaniacal aspirations? A political ideology with a spiritual dimension which will stop at nothing until the West is no more, until the West has been brought into Dar ul Islam, or the 'House of Islam', until the West has been well and truly Islamized. To ignore this fact is tantamount to playing fast and loose with our children's future freedoms and security. In fact, it is negligent of their future well-being!
Mark, you said: "Despite the enormity of the problem, nothing has been done about the increasing Islamization either of Europe or America."
That's not true. You may argue not ENOUGH has been done, and I'd agree with you. But you are not alone in your commitment, and many people are doing quite a bit to stop the Islamization of Europe and America.
The problem is, Islam is relentless and not enough people even know it's a problem.
I understand your frustration, and I like your passion. But I think everyone working on this problem, including me, should be vigilant about making statements that are as accurate as possible. Overstatements, exaggerations, and overgeneralizations seem likely to HURT the cause, not help it. At least, that's what I think.
I think that Mark may mean that nothing is being done at the leadership level. Indeed, in the UK, Gordon Brown is the ultimate dhimmi.
What about it, Mark? Is that what you mean?
Politically, not much is being done, that's true. Politicians, for the most part should (and do) follow the will of the people. Some can actually ALTER the will of the people.
But until there is a large body of voters who understand the threat, not just of "terrorists" but of Islam's relentless encroachment, not many politicians will stick their necks out for the cause.
The main first task for all of us is to alter the will of the people through education, at a grassroots level. And in that task, A LOT has been done and a LOT of people are working toward the goal effectively.
Always, thank you friend. Yes, that is exactly what I meant. Of course people like us are doing plenty. God only knows how many hours, unpaid, I spend at my computer. The same will be true for you folks, too. But unfortunately, we are not the movers and shakers at the top of the greasy political pole. Any difference we can make is marginal by comparison, at least until enough people get switched on to the problems we are facing. I have to shake my head so often when I realize how disinterested the average person in the street still is about the encroachment of Islam.
I have been banging my head against the wall for about 26 years about this problem. I am seasoned in this regard. Way back then, people used to listen to me going on in disbelief! Only after 9/11 did most people start taking the thing seriously at all.
CW, I think you are being overly sensitive on the point you raised. I think I balance my words pretty well before I use them. I do, however, leave somethings up to the imagination of the reader. That I was referring to the leadership would have been quite clear to people who read my work and follow my blogs.
I really didn't think I was given to overstatements, "overgeneralisations", or exaggerations. I see that I shall have to come to you for a few lessons.
This is from a story today. An actual politician doing something:
The controversial Danish People's Party member of the European Parliament Mogens Camre spoke at the DPP's annual meeting Sunday, calling to expel Islam from Europe.
"Islam cannot be integrated. Islam will dominate Europe. And Islam is incompatible with our values. Therefore Islam will be thrown out of Europe. This little land is ours, we forged it ourselves. And we will govern it ourselves and decide ourselves who will live in it and how they will behave. And we will fight until Denmark is again free," said Camre, to loud applause.
Yes, CW, thanks for this. I actually posted this this evening: Denmark: Expel Islam from Europe
We can use all the good news we can get, eh? I just subscribed to your blog, Mark. Good stuff on there.
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