As Muslims swarm into Europe, the long-term implications are clear as violence erupts and demands are made.
For example, the tiny Greek island of Lesbos, situated 6 miles from the Turkish shore, has a population of 85,000. But life for Greeks who live there has changed in hideously threatening ways, as they have been overwhelmed with 25,000 Muslim invaders. With no end in sight. The invaders arrive on inflatable boats, which they slash once they reach the shore. Breitbart reports on German news coverage (RTL):
…they are being held on the Island while the police issue emigration documents, a delay which can take days. The wait is causing tension between groups as Afghans accuse Syrians of getting preferential treatment by the authorities, leading to vicious violent clashes.
As rocks, bottles and municipal bins fly, one tearful local woman told RTL “We are in danger, every day, every minute. We need someone to protect us. They come into our houses. I want to go to work, but I can’t. Our children want to go to school, but they can’t. They have stolen our lives!” (snip)
The main town of Lesbos, Mytilene, now resembles a war zone as the migrants rip apart the infrastructure and use the town as a urinal. Mayor Galinos helpless in the face of such an onslaught is out of ideas, and is calling on the European Union to do something.
“This is a ticking time bomb that will go off soon,” he said. “We have managed to avert some catastrophes, but we need help, more ferries. This island is so small, we can’t solve a worldwide humanitarian crisis by ourselves. The European Union needs to act.” (snip)
Junior interior minister Yiannis Mouzalas told local radio “the situation is on the verge of explosion.” It is a scene being replicated on islands all along Greece’s coastline.
Video of the explosive scene described in the excerpt above can be found, here. It is emblematic of Europe’s Muslim problem – a problem growing exponentially with each passing hour.
The report noting tensions between Afghans and Syrians reveals one among many truths that is frequently overlooked, which is that the Muslim invaders are not just Syrians. As can be seen on this map from a UN Refugee Report, only half are from Syria. The rest come from nine other Middle Eastern or North African countries, including 14% from Afghanistan.
If you think the map looks like part of an ISIS battle plan, you would be correct. This is exactly what ISIS promised earlier this year: to flood Europe with 500,000 African Muslims, sent by boat across the Mediterranean Sea. What is now unfolding is at a level far and beyond ISIS’s wildest dreams. Hijrah in action.
Meanwhile, despite media coverage that plasters images of women and children embarking on this centuries-old invasion, it is worthy to note that, per the United Nations, 72% of these “Mediterranean sea arrivals” are single men. (“Mediterranean sea arrivals” being innocuous terminology for Islamic conquest.)
Breitbart also reports: “They are young. They are fit. They clearly know what they want….Yes, there are families…Plenty with young children. But if you stand and take a rough count it is hard not to come to the conclusion that young men are in the overwhelming majority….”
Without a doubt, young Muslim males often pose a special kind of threat. However Muslim women present a risk, as well, because traveling with them and their children is a totalitarian ideology that is incompatible with Western values. And that is the problem.
When many in the West look at photographs of Muslims arriving en masse to the southern shores of Europe they fail to see the hatred that lies in the hearts of many of these imports from Islamic nations – hatred, I might add, for us, our values, and our way of life. Hatred we have seen played out here and across Europe, from creeping Sharia to overt acts of terror and everything in between.
And so, not unexpectedly, this mash up of Muslims from the Middle East and North Africa are causing an outbreak of violence across Europe, along with a hefty dose of entitlement as these conquerors make demands.
We’ve seen this before.
It’s how Muslims assert supremacy, even when they are the minority population. And even, apparently, within hours of their arrival in their new host country. Daniel Greenfield writes for Front Page Magazine:
The Syrian refugee crisis that the media bleats about is not a crisis. And the Syrian refugees it champions are often neither Syrians nor refugees. Fake Syrian passports are cheaper than an EU politician’s virtue and easier to come by. Just about anyone who speaks enough Arabic to pass the scrutiny of a European bureaucrat can come with his two wives in tow and take a turn on the carousel of their welfare state.
Or on our welfare state which pays Christian and Jewish groups to bring the Muslim terrorists of tomorrow to our towns and cities. And their gratitude will be as short-lived as our budgets.
The head of a UNHCR camp called Syrian refugees “The most difficult refugees I’ve ever seen. In Bulgaria, they complained that there were no jobs. In Sweden, they took off their clothes to protest that it was too cold.
In Italy, Muslim African “refugees” rejected pasta and demanded food from their own countries. But the cruel Europeans who “mistreat” migrants set up a kitchen in Calais with imported spices cooked by a Michelin chef determined to give them the stir-fried rabbit and lamb meatballs they’re used to. There are also mobile phone charging stations so the destitute refugees can check on their Facebook accounts.
It had to be done because the refugees in Italy were throwing rocks at police while demanding free wifi.
This is the tawdry sense of entitlement of the Syrian Muslim refugee that the media champions.
Hussein said: “We have the feeling that the aid workers are heartless.” (He) lives in a trailer that cost $3,000. The air-conditioner runs with electricity he is tapping from the Italian hospital. The water for his tea is from canisters provided by UNICEF. He hasn’t worked, paid or thanked anyone for any of it.
And why would he? He’s entitled to it by virtue of his superiority as a Muslim and our inferiority as infidels. There is no sense of gratitude. Only constant demands as if the people who drove out their own Christians and Jews have some moral claim on the charity of the Christians and Jews of the West.
Yes, indeed. Demands on those whom they drove from their own countries. Some might call it nerve. But it’s more codified than that. It is Islamic supremacy as written in the Quran.
And yet the West just can’t seem to get enough of it.
The United States, like Europe, has wrapped itself in a cloak of denial and complicity with respect to Muslim immigration. Apparently most people would prefer to find their life and the soul of their country fade to black than face the truth and defend what is rightfully theirs, yours, ours.
There is not a single GOP candidate speaking the truth on this. Not one. (And of course no one on the left is as they, along with Muslim Brotherhood front groups, are lobbying to bring more refugees here.)
We’ve got Republican candidates talking about courage and truth; leadership and challenging the status quo. We’ve got two candidates talking about making America great again and candidates with slogans like “telling it like it is.”
But where is the courage, the truth, the leadership, the challenge to the status quo, the plan for renewing our greatness, or the telling it like it is with respect to the mounting threat of Muslim immigration?
It is nowhere to be found.
In a span of just a few days on the question of whether the United States should take in (more) “refugees,” Trump went from “possibly yes,” to “we have to,” to giving a more ambiguous statement that suggests that perhaps we shouldn’t. There’s no way of telling how many more changes in his position will occur between now and publication of this article.
Rubio stated he was “possibly open” to the idea. Cruz opposes us taking “large numbers” of refugees. Fiorina thinks Europe should do more, as if Germany’s insanely eager acceptance of nearly a million is not enough. Walker evaded the issue completely by saying it makes no sense to respond to hypotheticals. Kasich is all in for the US taking more refugees. Paul eked out a vague and ambiguous response. Graham thinks “sure, absolutely” the United States should accept refugees, otherwise referred to as our “fair share.” Jindal seems to be the only candidate who has expressed an unequivocal “no.” Whether he stands by that over time or caves to pressure, remains to be seen. Though it hardly matters. The man is polling at 0. Bush, Carson and others have not yet weighed in, but it’s safe to assume tepid answers (at best) will be forthcoming when, and if, they do arrive. (See here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.)
Some may say the candidates can’t talk about the issue in an honest way because if they do they will be vilified and/or their life would be in danger. To which I would say: (1) then they cannot claim to be the standard bearers of leadership, courage, greatness, and truth, and (2) if they will not speak up now, then when?
It seems it is never a good time to “tell it like it is” when it comes to Muslims and the havoc even a small percentage can wreak upon others. Until our leaders will speak the truth, we will forever be at the losing end of this centuries-old fight.
Perhaps there is no better warning – persistently unheeded by the West – than the despairing Greek woman’s cry: “They have stolen our lives!”