The rise of the European crescent
Or: 'How to conquer a continent through socio-political engineering'
If you think that the islamization of Europe is the fabric of an overactive imagination, think again. Behind the idea of the unification of Europe is a driving force aiming to open up Europe to the Arab/Islamic influence sphere. This driving force is called the Euro-Arab dialogue.
The infiltration of Islam in European politics will not happen overnight, but it will progress gradually as a result of the ongoing socio-political engineering. It has started already a few decades ago, and plans are afoot for further absorption of Islamic elements/view/values in Europe under the guise of the Euro-Arab dialogue.
Through a succession of international agreements, Europe agreed to support the Islamic world's political aims (especially in its anti-Israel stance) in exchange for favoured treatment in Arab world markets: thus Europe turned its back on its Judeo-Christian heritage and set the stage for its own islamization.
In addition to this, Christianity in Europe is rapidly declining, becoming less and less an important influential force, while Islam is on the rise.
The writer and historian Bat Ye'or explains that since 1973 the European Union has been constructing 'a whole infrastructure of alliances and economic, industrial, media, cultural, financial bonds with the countries of the Arab League.' Bat Ye'or dubbed this new Euro-Muslim entity "Eurabia", and its purpose was to become 'a counterweight to American power'.
Bat Ye'or describes Eurabia as follows (please read it slowly, it's very important that you understand the implications of what she says and gain an increased awareness of how we are being manipulated by the established politicians):
"A machinery that has made Europe the new continent of dhimmitude was put into motion more than 30 years ago at the instigation of France. A wide-ranging policy was then first sketched out, a symbiosis of Europe with the Muslim Arab countries, that would endow Europe - and especially France, the project's prime mover - with a weight and a prestige to rival that of the United States. This policy was undertaken quite discreetly, outside of official treaties, under the innocent-sounding name of the Euro-Arab Dialogue.
This strategy, the goal of which was the creation of a pan-Mediterranean Euro-Arab entity, permitting the free circulation both of men and of goods, also determined the immigration policy with regard to Arabs in the European Community (EC). And, for the past 30 years, it also established the relevant cultural policies in the schools and universities of the EC.
The Arabs set the conditions for this association:
1) A European policy that would be independent from, and opposed to that of the United States;
2) The recognition by Europe of a “Palestinian people,” and the creation of a “Palestinian” state;
3) European support for the PLO;
4) The designation of Arafat as the sole and exclusive representative of that “Palestinian people”;
5) The delegitimizing of the State of Israel, both historically and politically, its shrinking into non-viable borders, and the Arabization of Jerusalem. From this sprang the hidden European war against Israel, through economic boycotts, and in some cases academic boycotts as well, through deliberate vilification, and the spreading of both anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism."
Bat Ye'or exposes very convincingly the forces at work behind the anti-American, pro-Palestinian, anti-Semitic tendencies of Europe. These forces aim to open up Europe to the Arab (Islamic) sphere of influence, in exchange for power. It's Faust all over.
This has translated during the previous decades in national policies in all countries in Europe that allowed for massive immigration of muslims while at the same time, through the 'multi-cultural' ideal, integration into society was discouraged; at the same time the face of European politics (and national politics) reflected Islamic perspectives on history and contemporary politics more and more.
It all happens all so subtle and gradual that not many are aware of the degree to which Europe is undergoing islamization. It's not about a sudden conversion to Islam with people massively attending the sermons in the mosques; it's about the gradual adoption of Arab/Islamic elements, whereby an Islamic perspective on various topics is supported by politics, education and the main stream media.
A very clear cut case is the European attitude towards Israel; it reflects the Islamic hate-poison in its support of the 'Palestinians' and its anti-Israel stance.
Islamization can happen in several ways.
One is through the shock of ongoing terror striking at the hearts of people. In the eighties there was a movement whose creed read 'I'd rather be red than dead', and this movement preferred surrender to the communist regime of Moscow out of fear for the consequences of a nuclear war.
Another more insidious (and effective) way of establishing the Islam in Europe is through gradual adoption of elements compliant with the Islamic ideology through the powerful instrument of politics, whilst providing a special status of protection for muslims and Islamic theology.
Right now we are facing a cocktail of the two strategies, terror being identified as coming from the fundamental Islamic segment of the population, in combination with gradual infiltration of Islamic views and sentiments NOT identified as Islamic yet clearly carrying the same signature.
A nice recent example of the second strategy is Amsterdam, where last week a special discrimination registration point for Muslims was opened, offering a possibililty especially for muslims to have their complaints about possible discrimination registered, possibly followed up by legal action. In the documentary on TV one Islamic woman was shown uttering her complaint about a busdriver slamming the door in her face and how she could not stop thinking about this act of discrimination...Tsk, tsk, tsk.
The special status of muslims is also visible in legal prosecution of people delivering criticism on Islam or ridiculing it. Compare it to the way Christians are treated: one can refer to them as Christian dogs or ridicule Jesus without any legal consequences, but woe unto the man who calls Muhammad a paedophile or who sells toilet paper with 'koran' inscribed on it.
It's visible in the adoption of the Turkish request for anti-discrimination measures for Muslims in Europe, which the European parliament has adopted. Can't you see how Muslims are coddled and given a special status, just as is the case in Islamic countries?
If you think that the distrust of the people towards Muslims will be reflected by the European parliament, think again. European parliament is a collection of elitist politicians who follow an agenda of their own instead of honouring democratic principles, and to make it worse, more often than not the national politicians aren't any better.
So, by granting a special status of protection to Muslims, thereby repressing any criticism, and combining it with the adoption of Arab-Islamic elements and views/sympathies into European legislation, we are well on our way to becoming an Islamic Europe in all but the name.
Socio-political engineering in combination with the threat of violence has been used as a tactic for communism to spread itself; allow the people to become used to the idea of communism through socialism, and as the socialist legislation grows it will resemble communism more and more in all but the name.
Yet whereas Europe provides muslims with the freedom of religion so that they can practise their faith and even build mosques and establish private Islamic schools, an Islamic country like Saudi-Arabia will not grant these privileges to Christians living in their country.
We need to learn to use our brains when it comes to matters of religious freedom and tolerance: when they are being abused as a platform from whence a total islamization of society is launched, we need to take action to preserve our own heritage: either we bow to the developments of a Europe heading for a unification in its views with the Arab world, thus separating itself from the American/Jewish influence, or we stand up for our Judeo Christian heritage and dam the Arab/Islamic surge of power by both national policies and European policies (simply say NO to Eurabia).
Another element of concern is the aging and de-fertilization of Europe. Right now Europe is still 11% of the world population, but it is estimated that by 2050 Europe will only comprise 4% of the world population while one in three persons will be 65+. How much physical and mental strength and vigour in their convictions do you think this aged Europe will have? It will be like the senior citizens home of the world with a young and vigorous Muslim population as its neighbours.
Ironically, it's Islamic terrorism committed by an overzealous Bin Laden that triggered the wake-up call. As a result Bush invaded Afghanistan and Iraq, exposing the threat of Islam and the weakness and hypocrisy of Europe (in my opinion this wake-up call was God doing us a favour). On a European political level this gave rise to the very predictable Arab-tainted European anti-Bush reaction, since Bush exposed the danger of underlying Islamic currents as well as their enabling forces and the hypocrisy of a country like France.
On national levels an increased awareness led to drastic changes in both immigration and integration policies. Remarkable is how outspoken protestors against the Euro-Islam trend such as Pim Fortuyn and Van Gogh both were silenced through murder, it makes you wonder, doesn't it?
The current unification of Europe is leading to a Eurabia.
But the Eurabia-scenario is NOT INEVITABLE!
All we have to do as the people is to say NO to the current monstrosity referred to as Europe, and vote accordingly on a national level. Failing to vote for the right candidates and exercising our power to influence our future will inevitably lead to the demise of a Judeo-Christian centred Europe, with all the consequences of such.
Further recommended reading: 'Eurabia: the Euro-Arab axis' from Bat Ye'Or