Meet the Dutch Muslim Writer Who Predicted Europe’s Islamist Problem

In the latest terrorist attacks, a bomb blew up inside a St. Petersburg subway station, killing 14 Russians, barely a fortnight after a jihadi killed four people in London, England.

Yet there are still many in Canada who wrongly believe the enemy we face is Islamophobia and not Islamofascism.

By contrast, in Europe, it is increasingly difficult to conceal the truth under the guise of political correctness.

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  • tom_billesley

    it is increasingly difficult to conceal the truth under the guise of political correctness
    Hence the establishment feels that it must brand the truth as “fake news” and criminalize truth-telling as hate speech.

    • moraywatson

      …hence muslims must be racialized.

    • That is exactly what is going on. They know in their dark hearts that they are criminally negligent for having authorized the import of a violent supremacist cult.

      • Will Quest

        All this type of talk will trigger sweet Iqra Khalid…. will the Canadian government give her a safe space { with padded walls } or a state sanction blasphemy truncheon to shut up all those
        vile islamofauxbes ?

  • moraywatson

    Muslims giving dire warnings about islam, is like arsonists giving dire warnings about house fires.

  • Hard Little Machine

    When your society runs out of gas, when it stalls out, your leaders typically throw the whole deck of cards into the air causing chaos for chaos sake because for better or worse it usually ensures their leadership can hold on. What they ‘believe’ what they ‘feel’ what they think is of no consequence. This is about raw power. This is about a bare knuckles political street fight where winner take all. And the left is better at it than you are. The left does not care what happens in Holland or Canada or anywhere. It cares about being in charge.

  • Dana Garcia

    In fact, Sam Huntington spoke of the “clash of civilizations” earlier than 2002 as noted in the article, most notably in a 1993 Foreign Affairs article.

    https://www.jstor.org/stable/20045621?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents