• I fear he is right.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Just in case I was in a good mood?
    You optimist!

    I think that as soon as one of these European governments falls and that country tells these migrants to all go ‘pound sand’ then other countries will do so as well. When the dam breaks, it will be be suddenly and almost all at once.
    All of the Muslums will have to be deported, and that includes all of the Turks that arrived in Germany in the 60’s-80’s and their offspring.
    That part has to happen.

    The EU will have to die, and that will be just the first of the happy byproducts.

    • That should happen, but it won’t. I see Eastern Europe joining Russia as satellites in return for protection against the Moslem horde, with the rest of Europe becoming the European Caliphate.

      • Norman_In_New_York

        Eastern European countries may form their own alliance, but they will keep arm’s length distance from Russia.

  • “When I told my friend Michael Mailer that there are Belgians and French who go to Syria, then return and claim they had a change of heart, and they’re taken at their word, he refused to believe it. “No one can be so dumb, not even the Belgians,” he said”

    Then Canada is just as dumb as the Belgians, we have Free Range Jihadis.

  • Jane

    I quote from the article “…but not nearly as well as Japan, the country that has absolutely not a
    scintilla of terrorism as it is verboten for Muslims to live there.”

    While Japan has not had any acts of Muslim terrorism – it is absolutely not true that Muslims are prohibited from living there. There are plenty of mosques in Japan, and in Kyoto they have gone halal – albeit primarily to cater to Muslim tourists, but also for local residents.

    People keep repeating the myth that Japan doesn’t allow Muslims to live in the country – I wish they would take the time to do a little research.

    • Jane

      Article on Muslim population in Japan – it’s a little out of date re the availability of Halal food – it has increased considerably particularly in Kyoto


    • Alain

      If you are a foreigner living in Japan you are always closely watched. As long as you behave and obey the laws, they don’t have a problem. The moment you do, you are expelled from the country. I don’t have a problem at all with that, but it does explain why Japan does NOT have a Muslim problem. Any there better keep a very low profile or they are on the next plane out. I for one think it is a good thing that Japan refuses to be another balkanised country. I know this from personal experience of having lived there and from all of my wife’s family still living there.

      • Jane

        You are absolutely correct about the position Japan takes towards foreigners. My issue was with the statement made in the article, that it was “verboten for Muslims to live there”. A lot of people have that misconception about Japan, and it’s just not true. I’m with you – I also agree with how Japan deals with these problems. They are a hell of a lot smarter than our weak politicians. Family members of mine are presently living in Japan. They are fortunate, because the government doesn’t take any crap from Muslims, or other trouble makers. There are a lot of Japanese born Muslims too, and I often wonder what the approach is toward them. Is the government just as tough with them, or do they get a pass on things?

  • FactsWillOut

    The opinion of a woman is less than useless.

    • Jane

      Fact not opinion neanderthal.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Allowing only French educated Imams would be a good start, deport all the others.

    • lolwut?

      Where they were educated has no bearing on it at all.

      Much of Al-qaeda’s leadership and several of ISIS’s leadership were western educated

      Part of the reason they are so successful is that education and many were
      doctors, lawyers, businessmen, teachers, engineers.. a whole range of skills and expertise.

  • lolwut?

    Japan actually has several hundred Mosques, mostly in nondescript buildings and a Muslim population that lives there.. Just Google it.

    These are just a few of the full blown Mosques.

    There is another Wikipedia list that is much larger listing ones that are in just regular buildings but I can’t find it.

  • lolwut?
  • Ego

    Too late?
    Spain, almost totally occupied during the Muslim era, could have said the same. Instead, they kept on fighting for centuries until they reconquered their own land from the jihadists.
    That was bravery and perseverance, an example to follow.
    Europe, despite the current dire situation, is still in a much better position for starting to fight back. Saying ‘too late’ and ‘now they are too many’ is cowardice.

    • I hope you’re right.

    • Ford Prefect

      Everyone forgets that point, eventually there will be push back.

  • jack burns

    Help from a malthusian check might be required for a hard reboot. Or, tell the Africans that the muslims taste like chicken.