The lost war in Europe

Despite the million people on the streets of Paris, the outpouring of sentiment against terrorism, the presence of world leaders and the signs that said “Je suis Charlie,” the Muslim terrorists are winning the war in Europe; in fact, they may have already won.

Immediately after the attack on 9/11, President George W. Bush said that we are engaged in a war in which we will prevail. He struck a chord of determination and hopefulness. Many in the United States embraced these sentiments, as did our allies in Europe. The first major stone was cast and the free world was ready to respond.

But after the bloodshed in Paris, the mood has shifted. There is an unwillingness to confront reality.

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  • Glenfilthie

    Oh please. ‘They’ve already won…”?
    Europe is now a thriving environment for hate groups other than Islam. The guy on the street is getting fed up with moslems even as the panicking leftist gov’t try to legislate this hatred away. Soon, somebody is going to realize that his gov’t does not speak for him, that it is giving his culture and country away to immigrant curs that only want to destroy it…and one morning they will find some former militant mullah hanging from a bridge by his heels with his throat cut. The response from the savages will be predictable and violent – and then the scouring of Europe will begin.
    Pass the popcorn!

    • Frau Katze

      Won’t happen, at least not soon. The govts are growing repressive and stamping out these anti-Muslim groups (when did you last hear about the EDL? Cameron’s neutralized it.

      Golden Dawn is lost, members have been arrested, now a extreme left group looks to win the next election in Greece.

      PEGIDA looks promising, but I forecast Merkel will deal with it as Cameron did with the EDL.

      I actually hope I’m wrong. But I’m afraid I’m not.

      • FactsWillOut

        One can only tighten a pressure cooker so much.
        They can repress the symptoms of the forces that they have let loose, but they will not be able to repress the forces themselves, unless they sink to NK like levels.

        • Censored_often

          Then the civil war or major uprisings will occur here and there throughout Europe/Eurabia, Stay tuned, BCF readers.

      • winniec

        You’re probably right, sadly. Things will get much worse, because cracking down on free speech will embolden the terrorists…they will be thrilled no one is criticizing them!

        • The Islamofauxbia industry supported by our government and media emboldens the Muslims.

      • Censored_often

        Frau, your sober assessment seems entirely plausible to me. The real totalitarianism is just beginning and the seeds have indeed been planted.

    • A possible scenario, but I do believe the governments would act with extreme force to suppress any such occurrence.

      The real target has to be the political class and their fellow enablers of the Islamists.

  • pop

    Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship. The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power”

    1984 , movie