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Europe: Suicide by Jihad

The March 22 jihadist attacks in Brussels were predictable. What is surprising is that they did not take place sooner. What is also surprising is that more people were not killed. It seems that the authors of the attacks had larger projects in mind; they wanted to attack a nuclear power plant. Others may succeed in doing just that.

In the last two decades, Belgium has become the hub of jihad in Europe. The district of Molenbeek in Brussels is now a foreign Islamist territory in the heart of Belgium. It is not, however, a lawless zone: sharia law has effectively replaced Belgian law. Almost all the women wear veils or burqas; those who do not take risks. Drug trafficking and radical mosques are everyplace. The police stay outside and intervene only in cases of extreme emergency, using military-like commando operations. Other areas of Belgium, such as Shaerbeek and Anderlecht have the same status as Molenbeek.

The Belgian authorities have allowed the situation to deteriorate. The situation in the country now is virtually equivalent to a surrender.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I was banned from “Harry’s Place” for suggesting that Islamic Autonomous Regions would be standard in Europe by 2017.

    • Harry’s place is often OK but they can still be silly lefties.

  • WalterBannon

    One EU to rule them all, One EU to find them,

    One EU to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

    In the Land of Europe where the Shadows lie.

    • They are in deep doo doo. I doubt they can survive what’s coming.

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    Europe needs to follow the steps of Australia , find an isolated island and send all Muslims to live be themselves .

  • Dana Garcia

    It’s hard work to maintain freedom. Sometimes societies just get tired, and they forget how extreme Islo-oppression is, if they ever knew.

  • lzzrd

    FYI, My family has been having a conversation about this. The conclusion is, a lobster has more intelligence and a better survival instinct then these brilliant Europeans. As I posted yesterday, my family tree got a major pruning in WWl and got an other one in WWll.
    The sad thing is that there is now an agreement in the family, that it is not worth in creasing the family headstone count to save/help these fools again, only to be insulted and patronized later…And and that we do not want the “Native Europeans”, here, when they are forced to flee Europe. We have enough problems with stupid people already and do not need to import more…

    • DavidinNorthBurnaby

      Yes, we too have agreed that our clan has lost enuff members fighting for those idiots in Europe. If the call goes up, there’ll be only silence from us. This time they’re on their own, sink or swim.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    There’s no bullets in that grunt’s’s all a bullshit-show….

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Belgium is lost and considering the history, I’m having a little trouble feeling sorry for them.

  • Duckworks

    Europe, North America, and Australia are bringing in boatloads of people (Muslim migrants happen to provide a hearty supply) for only one reason: maintaining demand for housing starts. Every Syrian family with ten kids means another condo or infill. This, BTW, is also why the United Arab Emirates–with a very high birthrate–is bringing in American and Indian condo buyers, and Bangladeshi migrants. Keeping the real estate-construction economy alive requires endless population growth. But the role of growthist capitalism in encouraging mass migration is too painful for conservative critics to acknowledge. Halting mass migration will entail dismantling the growthist construction-capitalist machine, but there is no will on the political spectrum for this.