Secular Humanism Hasn’t a Chance in Hell Against Radical Islamism. A Warning from Eurabia.

Last week, three Irish citizens were murdered on the beaches of Tunisia. In France, an Islamic nutcase murdered and beheaded his former boss. In Kuwait, Islamic extremists bombed and killed more than two dozen people and injured many hundreds more. In the Syrian border town of Kobane, ISIS massacred at least 146 civilians. Since 9/11, hundreds of thousands of people (the majority of them Muslims) have died at the hands of Islamic fundamentalists. Every week, across the globe, exponents of Islamic supremacy murder and maim hundreds. From Boko Haram in Nigeria to Al Qaeda in Pakistan and Yemen; from Hamas in Gaza and the West Bank to ISIS in Northern Syria and Iraq – Islamic extremism is on the march.

The West is in theory fundamentally opposed to this deadly human virus, but in practice frighteningly paralyzed in the face of the greatest threat it’s faced since the end of the Cold War.

  • Perfect analysis.

    Unfortunately way too intellectual for the average liberal.

    “Ironically, Europeans will find more freedom of speech in the Bible-belt of America — loathed by sophisticated, wife-swapping secular Europeans as a land of imbeciles — than in your average European university or public sphere. ”

    Just change the word “Europeans” to liberals.

  • canminuteman

    If European civilization is to be saved, it will be saved by those the left derisively refer to as “right wing neo Nazis”

    • As Michelle Phillips remarked, when it comes time to pick up the cudgel…

  • One of the reasons why I reject the blanket accusation that all religions are to blame for societal breakdown is not only because such a conclusion is lazy but because it ignores the obvious stability that is inherent in Western nations due to Judeo-Christian ethics and thought.

    It’s true.

    • Alex

      It’s definitely far from perfect, but it’s not clear to me that humanity has yet come up with a better overall worldview/model. I think socialism, for instance, in theory so very nice (we’re all equal so we all “deserve” an equal share of the pie) has in principal consistently proved a failure and disappointment.

      • I think every system that people come up is devoid of values and a realistic and/or positive way to view man. That is part of the problem.

    • It is a bigoted statement.

  • DMB

    As long as there is death and the uncertainty on what happens to the human consciousness after people die there will be a vacuum in most peoples lives that they desire to be fulfilled. Either through religion or spirituality it is the most common way humans use to fulfill that need. It is a basic need we all have no different than for most others we have and materialism just does fulfill everyone.