Europe Is Again at War

It’s time to admit the extent of Europe’s problem with Islamic radicalism. This isn’t mere terrorism any longer, this is guerrilla war.

h/t Ace of Spades HQ (sorry, Ace haters.)

  • I doubt they will take the necessary steps, terrorism is acceptable to the political class that welcomed Islam.

  • 1) Outlaw Islam
    2) Deport all Moslems
    3) Deport anyone who disagrees
    Anything less is suicide.

    • More people are getting the link between Islam and violence. Let’s hope it continues, just forget the political class, they encourage Islam.

    • pdxnag

      Quibble: Deny recognition as lawful any Islam-based organization because of death penalty for apostasy, incitement to sedition, etc.

      • I’ll put you in charge of the details. 😉

        • pdxnag

          Then you would have to join me on my Hamster Wheel. There is no way off or out.

    • Bataviawillem

      That’s a lot of laws to change.

      • Then we must submit. There is no other way.

        • Bataviawillem

          No, we must vote for the likes of Wilders and Le Pen, .. o wait, nobody here like that.

      • WalterBannon

        c’est ca

      • Kathy Prendergast

        Europe has the ability – as in, the military technology, manpower, and intelligence – to do whatever it damn well needs to do for its survival, and the hell with what any other country in the world thinks. All it lacks is the will.

        • Bataviawillem

          Forget about manpower, Germany has a combined police and military force of about 350,000 man.
          Latest estimations are 2,000,000 refugees in Germany alone of which 70% are military age man, who have probably more combat experience.

          • Kathy Prendergast

            They don’t have the discipline, intelligence, or organizing skills though. Nor do they share the same language or culture…Somalis, Nigerians, Afghanis, Pakistanis, Iranians, etc. don’t speak Arabic, and very few speak English…the only thing uniting them is Islam and even that causes bitter and often violent divisions…Shia vs. Sunni, etc. They are hopelessly divided in every other way. Many are illiterate. And I don’t believe most of them have any combat experience; they are just useless and shiftless bums, the surplus young male population that all backward tribal societies produce and regularly cull through warfare. People who whine about the cold, having slow wi-fi, uncomfortable bedding, and less-than-appetizing food at refugee shelters are unlikely to have been through basic training, let alone actual combat, unless it’s all part of an act.

    • Kathy Prendergast

      I agree with outlawing Islam; to do so will require recognition of it for what it is, which is not a religion but a cancerous and murderous political ideology at least as dangerous as Naziism. How to enforce such a law? Obviously no law can control people’s inner beliefs, but banning all public outward expression of these beliefs – no praying in public, no symbols or clothing associated with the beliefs, no public proselytizing, no teaching the beliefs to children in publicly-funded schools (and most “private’ religious schools do get government funding), etc…obviously such laws will be bitterly resented and vigorously opposed, but if they are not equally vigorously enforced they will be useless. The first step is officially de-classifying Islam as a religion, thus removing from it all the protections accorded to religion in a liberal and democratic society.

      Deporting all non-citizen Muslims should also be simple enough. However, many of the worst Muslim terrorists in Europe were born there. So dealing with the many, many Muslims who have EU citizenship is more complicated. Not only do they have the legal right to be there, but also there is no country outside the EU that is under any obligation to take them “back”. So Europe really is stuck with them. But back to the first point, the least Europe can do is outlaw Islam. They can continue to be Europeans, but not as Muslims unless they want to go to jail. Presumably there will be many who choose the second option, so mass jails will have to be built to contain all the dissenters. Martial law will no doubt have to be imposed, possibly long term, to quell riots. Insurrectionist movements, of which no doubt there will be many, will need to be swiftly and brutally put down.

      If this is starting to look very ugly, it’s meant to. Europe asked for this when it started letting all these barbarians in decades ago. There is no way this is going to be dealt with in any way that isn’t ugly. But the alternative, of course, is just lying down and dying. Maybe they will choose that instead, not having the will or the guts to go through all this again. That they are now faced with an excruciating moral dilemma is cause enough for sympathy, but they made their bed and now have to lie on it.

      • Bataviawillem

        European citizens ask for it just as much as Canadian citizens.
        Remember the last 3 elections?

  • canminuteman

    Admitting you are at war is the first step.

  • Gary

    Justin is bent on bringing in about 50,000 muslim refugees per year in his first term. This dolt and his drunk buddy McCallum think that all will be fine becauise the UN will screen them so we get only the peaceful muslims that don’t follow the quran or muhammad .

    • ntt1

      If they follow the Quran and Mohamed them they cannot be peaceful

      • Alain

        Even if they don’t, it does not prevent their offspring even born here from becoming devout Muslims. How many times have we already seen this. Islam itself is the problem, and I would include Arab culture as well.

        • Bataviawillem

          To prove this point, non of the London bombers where born in an islamic country.

          • lolwut?

            Pretty much all the terrorists attacks on the west since 9/11 were the children of Muslim immigrants.

            Then there is the children of Jamaican immigrants who were shooting up Toronto long before Somalis started arriving.

      • WalterBannon

        if they are not apostates then they are terrorists

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I prefer to view myself as an Ace dissident.

    • I didn’t leave AoSHQ; AoSHQ left me.