Seventh century here we come!
Nazified Europe murdered its assimilated Jews, then in post-WWII mass imports unassimilable Islamaniacs.
The utter futility, utopian tomfoolery and eventual destructiveness of Western policies of mass immigration of unassimilable Muslim immigrants and refugees and illegal migrants, into once liberal democracies.
No state and its civil society is guaranteed perpetual existence, destruction comes from within, and the West is hell bent (in spite of the supposed noble intentions) on doing itself in.
The West Looks Forward, Muslim Immigrants Look Longingly Backward
Anat Berko has spent 15 years interviewing those involved in every aspect of the suicide bombing industry. Her parents fled Iraq, but had been there for generations. She knows the Arab world and she warns the west that the Arab Spring is coming their way.
Berko is best known outside of Israel for her books about suicide bombers. Her first book, “The Path to Paradise: The Inner World of Suicide Bombers and Their Dispatchers,” was published in 2007. Her second book, “The Smarter Bomb: Women and Children as Suicide Bombers” was published in 2012.
Berko is very familiar with the psychology of suicide bombers and those who play a role in the industry, such as the dispatchers, the drivers, and the recruiters. She spent 15 years interviewing those involved in the industry of suicide bombings, especially the women who attempted to blow themselves up. She has many insights into what drives the kind of violence which is largely unique to Arab culture. Some of what she describes in her books support general theories about violent cultures, while other insights are unique to this particular culture.
So Berko knows the Arab world very well, both because her family history is firmly rooted in the Arab world, and her professional work brought her into almost daily, extensive, contact with Arabs who were willing to risk everything, or to induce others to risk everything, for an Arab nationalist cause.
In an article published in Gatestone this week, “The Arab Spring in Europe,” Berko explores several themes, but in her very matter of fact manner writes about the refusal of the west to talk directly about the problem of Islamic violence. She brushes aside that reluctance and, with her hand to the back of the head of the readers, reveals in plain language what should be obvious, but which isn’t, because the reluctance to see it is so great.
One would expect that Muslim immigrants, whose children were born in the West, would adapt, become part of the Western society and partake of its freedom — otherwise, why did they immigrate? What we see, however, is the opposite. The beheading of a British soldier in London, and the murder of a soldier in France, are only the beginning of a wave of violence and a dictatorship of fundamentalists who will call the tune. The wave of riots and vandalism carried out by Muslim immigrants in France in 2005 was just a hint at what is to come. The immigrants are brainwashed in the mosques, the madrasas [Islamic religious schools] and informal discussion groups, all of which represent the West as worse than Sodom and Gomorrah.