The grim future of Europe 5

The best thing that could happen tomorrow in Britain would be that nobody turns out to vote in the general election, as voters have no real choice between the two pusillanimous parties, both of which are intent on enabling the Islamization of Britain. But such a clear signal to the ruling class that the people won’t stand for the slow destruction of their nation a moment longer, will not be given. The amazingly leftist Conservative Party led by clueless Theresa May will be returned to government. And the slow suicide of Britain will continue. 

There is a resistance movement forming, under the courageous leadership of working-class Tommy Robinson. He is organizing a protest demo in Manchester on this coming Sunday June 11, 2017. Can he save Britain?

With or without resistance, because British governments have let Islam in and given it power, there will be blood.

Giulio Meotti writes at Gatestone:

In the four European countries most targeted by terror attacks – Britain, France, Belgium and Germany – the number of official extremists  has reached 66,000. That sounds like a real army, on active duty.

That is to say, 66,000 Muslims known to be involved with terrorism.

Throughout this article, wherever “extremist” and “Islamist” occur, “Muslim terrorist” or “jihadist” must be understood.

Intelligence officers have identified 23,000 Islamic extremists living in Britain as potential terrorists. The number reveals the real extent of the jihadist threat in the UK. The scale of the Islamist challenge facing the security services was disclosed after intense criticism that many opportunities to stop the Manchester suicide bomber had been overlooked.

French authorities are monitoring 15,000 Islamists, according a database created in March 2015 and managed by France’s Counter-Terrorism Coordination Unit. Different surveys estimate up to 20,000 French radical Islamists.

The number on Belgium’s anti-terror watch-list surged from 1,875 in 2010 to 18,884 in 2017. In Molenbeek, the well-known jihadist nest in the EU capital, Brussels, intelligence services are monitoring 6,168 Islamists. Think about that: 18,884 Belgian jihadists compared to 30,174 Belgian soldiers on active duty.

The number of potential jihadists in Germany has exploded from 3,800 in 2011 to 10,000, according to Hans-Georg Maassen, head of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution (Germany’s domestic intelligence service).

These Islamists have built a powerful infrastructure of terror inside Europe’s cities. These terror bases are self-segregated, multicultural enclaves in which extremist Muslims promote Islamic fundamentalism and implement Islamic law, Sharia – with the Tower Hamlets Taliban of East London; in the French banlieues [suburbs], and in The Hague’s “sharia triangle”, known as “the mini-caliphate”  in the Netherlands. These extremist Muslims can comfortably get their weapons from the Balkans, where, thanks to Europe’s open borders, they can travel with ease. They can also get their money from abroad, thanks to countries such as Qatar and Saudi Arabia. These Islamists can self-finance through the mosques they run, as well as get “human resources,” donated by unvetted mass migration coming through the Mediterranean.

23,000 potential jihadists in the UK, 18,000 in Belgium, 10,000 in Germany, 15,000 in France. What do these numbers tell us? There might be a war in Europe “within a few years”, as the chief of the Swedish army, General Anders Brännström, told the men under his command that they must expect.

Take what happened in Europe with the terror attacks from 1970 to 2015:

4,724 people died from bombings. 2,588 from assassinations. 2,365 from assaults. 548 from hostage situations. 159 from hijackings. 114 from building attacks. Thousands were wounded or missing.

Terrorism across Europe has killed 10,537 people in 18,803 reported attacks. And it is getting worse:

Attacks in 2014 and 2015 have seen the highest number of fatalities, which includes terrorists targeting civilians, government officials, businesses and the media, across Europe since 2004.

A jihadist takeover of Europe is no longer unthinkable. Islamic extremists are already reaping what they sowed: they successfully defeated Geert Wilders and Marine Le Pen, the only two European candidates who really wanted to fight radical Islam. What if tomorrow these armed Islamists assault the Parliament in Rome, election polls in Paris, army bases in Germany or schools in London, in a Beslan-type attack?

The terrorists’ ransom is already visible: they have destabilized the democratic process in many European countries and are drafting the terms of freedom of expression. They have been able to pressure Europe into moving the battle-front from the Middle East to Europe itself. Of all the French soldiers engaged in military operations, half are deployed inside France; in Italy, more than half of Italian soldiers are used in “Safe Streets,” the operation keeping Italy’s cities safe.

After 9/11, the United States decided to fight the Islamists in Afghanistan and Iraq, not to have to fight them in Manhattan. Europe chose the opposite direction: it as if Europe had accepted to turn its own cities into a new Mosul.

If Europe’s leaders do not act now to destroy the enemy within, the outcome may well come to be an “Afghan scenario”, in which Islamists control part of the territory from where they launch attacks against cities. Europe could be taken over the same way Islamic State took over much of Iraq: with just one-third of Iraqi territory.

In any case Europe will be mainly Muslim soon, because the Muslim immigrants have many children and the indigenous peoples have few.

And because there is no real difference between “Islamism” and “Islam”.

So yes, the jihadist takeover of Europe is not unthinkable. It is Europe’s future.

  • I will be voting Conservative today, with gritted teeth (UKIP isn’t even an option in my area). However bad the Conservatives are today, the Labour party are even worse. The very few positive things the Conservatives have been doing while in office will soon be undone if Corbyn wins power. There is some real risk the Conservatives will lose their majority (at least according to the polls), although I would be surprised if that happens in fact.

    Corbyn has sacked his shadow home secretary Diane Abbott just the day before the election. Diane Abbott is Corbyn’s former lover – honestly this probably sounds like I’m making it all up but I’m not:

    Here is Corbyn in action at a rally attended by members of the group “linked to the London Bridge atrocity”:

    The now-Labour leader addressed an anti-Israel protest where Islamists from Al Muhajiroun chanted about their support for Osama Bin Laden and shouted slogans calling for Israelis to be gassed

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    Bad though May is, she’s nothing like as bad as the opposition. Feel free to laugh at the UK and write us off today, we deserve it. Those of us who oppose the establishment are growing in numbers, although our numbers are yet tiny we are now galvanized like never before. We may yet surprise the world.

    • Of course May is a thousand times preferable to the abominable hellish disgusting low Islam-loving anti-Semitic trash named Jeremy Corbyn. Only in the matter – the supremely important matter – of Islamization, there is little to choose between them. Well, that may be untrue. Corbyn would hasten the Islamization. Please surprise us with some real resistance.

      • Disastrous result in the UK last night.

        Conservatives lost 12 seats and have lost their majority. A spectacular own goal from May, proving once again that she is an utter disaster. She had 4 years in which to deliver Brexit (article 50 negotiation only needed 2) but instead of concentrating on that she decided to try and gain more seats and ended up losing 12. Now she will have to do a deal with others (the DUP of Northern Ireland).

        Labour gained 29 seats despite being led by Corbyn (or possibly we might have to admit BECAUSE of Corbyn, he is popular especially among young people).

        Short lived UKIP leader Paul Nuttall is standing down – UKIP failed to win a single seat and their vote share has plummetted from 12% to 0%. I didn’t have a lot of confidence in Nuttall but this is spectacularly bad. Farage is mooting a come-back.

        The only good news is that some of May’s more disastrous ideas such as making the internet a “safe space” will probably not even get past the proposal stage now. That and the fact that the very socialist SNP lost seats to the Conservatives in Scotland (the SNP are down 21 seats overall a big hit).

        • Many thanks for your valuable report. I hope Farage comes back to lead UKIP. Please comment on my post this morning, “Cometh the hour, cometh the man?”

  • liz

    Yes, a very grim future. And a shameful one, since it was so unnecessary, and completely preventable. Just an ounce of prevention – the use of rational, objective common sense – would have led to the rejection of mass Muslim immigration before it started, rather than volunteering as doormats.
    Somehow countries like Poland are possessed of such sense, but it completely evades others, like Germany, France, Sweden, Belgium, and Britain.