It does none of us in the Counter-Jihad (defenders of Western classical liberalism) any good to have been proven right.
GOV: David Berger is a conservative German theologian who owns and operates the website Philosophia Perennis. The following guest-essay from his site was written by Barbara Köster, an author and scholar of Islam.
Many thanks to Nash Montana for the translation:
Insh’allah: Things that we will see very concretely in our future
[Photo description: Not just dog owners and homosexuals will be surprised, but women too will have to get used to changes]
Everyone speaks of Islamization. There is no daily news in which sooner or later Islam will not be mentioned. You think that is the high point of it all? Think again. Here you will read what will very concretely arrive in the future: From your dog to your wine reserves, all the way to your gay neighbor!
A guest entry by Barbara Köster
One word for you, Dear readers, in case that you don’t see a larger problem about Islam. I want to try and show you, which possibilities are becoming reality and what you are supporting if you support those that accept Islamization and even purposefully bring it here. You will have to decide if this is how you want to live.
To all house and apartment owners and renters:
You own your property unrightfully. Rightfully it belongs to Muslims. This also goes for all the things you own which you have looked at as your own property until now. For the practical transference of your alleged property to the true owners, time is merely not quite ripe yet.
To all single women:
You should get married as fast as possible, or you will have to move in with your parents, uncles or siblings. A woman living alone is a prostitute. Landlords are told not to let such women rent any apartments. Mixed communities of men and women that aren’t related to each other are also not possible in Islamic culture. Here, as well, sodomy is presumed.
To all single males:
You will also want to marry as quickly as possible. Unmarried men are not supposed to be visible in Islamic society. Marriage is a quasi-religious duty.