Those ”analysts” who scoff at the notion that Europe is in the process of being Islamized, have very little to offer in the way of historical proof that what we are now witnessing is just history repeating itself. Islamic history that is.
There have been many voices warning Europe to change course before it’s too late, but only a handfull of political leaders have shown their concerns, and have been slandered as racists and bigots for their efforts. What will it take for the majority to wake up?
We very well might be at a place and time in history where there is no return, that Europe is lost to the democratic world as we once knew her. What’s for certain though, is that as time passes, Europe will find it increasingly more diffficult to turn back from the course it freely chose to take.
Those of who have been warning of what’s in store, are perhaps merely witnesses to the end of an era, setting the historical record for future generations who will be studying how Europe was lost. KGS
Britain, Spain and Holland will have an even higher proportion of Muslims in a shorter amount of time, an investigation by The Telegraph shows.
Last year, five per cent of the total population of the 27 EU countries was Muslim. But rising levels of immigration from Muslim countries and low birth rates among Europe’s indigenous population mean that, by 2050, the figure will be 20 per cent, according to forecasts.
Data gathered from various sources indicate that Britain, Spain and Holland will have an even higher proportion of Muslims in a shorter amount of time.
The UK, which currently has 20 million fewer people than Germany, is also projected to be the EU’s most populous country by 2060, with 77 million people.
The findings have led to allegations that policy-makers are failing to confront the widespread challenges of the “demographic time bomb”.
Experts say that there has been a lack of debate on how the population changes will affect areas of life from education and housing to foreign policy and pensions.
Although some polls have pointed to a lack of radicalisation in the Muslim community, little attention is being given to the integration of migrants, it is claimed, with fears of social unrest in years to come.