The Islamic Future of Europe

The terrorist attack in Barcelona received the same reaction as all the large-scale terrorist attacks in Europe: tears, prayers, flowers, candles, teddy bears, and protestations that “Islam means peace “. When people gathered to demand tougher measures against the rising influence of Islamism across the continent, they were confronted by an “anti-fascist” rally. Muslims organized a demonstration to defend Islam; they claimed that Muslims living in Spain are the “main victims” of terrorism. The president of the Spanish Federation of Islamic Religious Societies, Mounir Benjelloun El Andaloussi, spoke of a “conspiracy against Islam” and said that terrorists were “instruments” of Islamophobic hatred. The mayor of Barcelona, ​​ Ada Colau, cried in front of the cameras and said that her city would remain an “open city” for all immigrants. The governor of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, used almost the same language. Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, a conservative, was the only one who dared to call jihadist terrorism by its name. Almost all European journalists said Rajoy’s words were too harsh.

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  • deplorabledave

    The run of the mill citizen will continue to suffer the consequences of these assholes disgusting virtue signalling.

  • WalterBannon

    The mayor of Barcelona, ​​ Ada Colau, should have been hanged for her complicity in the terrorist attack. She and her ilk enabled it.

    • xavier

      Not really. The problem is that none of the regions in Spain have jurisdiction it’s a national one. So the Spanish govt sorta dumps them there. Also There’s been an underlying strategy to dilute Catalan nationhood via mass immigration since Franco. Also Barcelona is one of the closetsvEuropean cities of the human smuggling routes.finally yeah the Catalan elites like to virtue signal but the ordinary Catalans are increasing fed up

  • Hard Little Machine

    Let it unravel. It’s what they want.

  • I posted this on the original Gatehouse Institute article, in response to someone bemoaning the absence of a proposed solution:

    I think there is a very simple solution, requiring neither civil war nor mass deportations. It does, however, require something conspicuously lacking in the European political elite – courage.

    Islam should be stripped of its protective status as a religion, and proscribed as a dangerous, treasonous cult. The practice, preaching and teaching of it should be banned outright, on pain of deportation/imprisonment. All the mosques should be demolished and their attendant Imams deported/imprisoned.

    Given then that most Muslims, while not moderate, are passive, this should have the calming effect of removing heat from a fire. It also depersonalises the conflict, as the target is Islam, not Muslims. Those who break the law should be dealt with harshly, while those who do not can be left alone.

    The likelihood is that without 24/7 brainwashing, and with the support of the Law, future generations of young Muslims will shed their pseudo-religious programming and grow into civilised humans who can genuinely integrate with society. Those who do not can be dealt with under the Law, or shunned by their fellows.

    As it is clear that the current authorities are too stupid, too cowardly, and/or too corrupt to implement such action, it is equally clear that they must be removed. So the cure for this sickness lies firmly in the hands of the voters. Why are they not acting? Sadly I think the ‘locals’ are just as brainwashed by the moral posturing of the Media as the ignorant Muslims are by the moral posturing of the Imams.

    It will take either an atrocity so horrible – and blatantly Islamic – that the Euro-bosses cannot sweep it under a fluffy rug with candle-lit teddy-bears, or a leader so charismatically convincing that they cannot sweep him into the shadows with sneering, moralistic superiority, for the voters to rid themselves of this collective insanity. Let us hope for the latter. The name zu Guttenberg might be worth looking into.