Tuesday, March 28, 2006

My Sweet

Europe is gone. Decisions that should have been made in the past few years, in the aftermath of 9/11, 3/11, 7/11, and Beslan, have not even been discussed. I have held out hope that Europe would awaken and join us in the fight, help us increase the momentum, and the power of our couter-Jihad, but alas, other than Sarkozy, there has been little on the horizon on which we can focus and find hope.

The sad thing is,we need Europe, whether we want to admit it to ourselves or not. It has never been an easy relationship. She is mad, jealous, unfaithful, and addicted to a gaudy lifestyle of affectation and artifice, which we have never been compfortable with, but we must admit it to ourselves, before we let her go, we love her.

Read here, about how she grasps onto her pathetic poesies, even as the breath of her life and history escapes from her fainting soul:

Europe’s botched civilization, perverted by socialism and lost faith, seems to have lost the will, the passion to sustain itself. If it continues to practice today’s multiculturalist leftism, Europe’s demographic doom will be sealed. Some harbingers:

In Brussels, Belgium, the most popular name for baby boys is now Mohammad. Sustaining the population of a nation requires that on average each couple gives birth to 2.1 children. The average European couple now has fewer than 1.4 babies, compared to 3.6 babies born to the average Muslim immigrant couple in Europe. Across Western Europe 16 to 20 percent of babies are being born into Muslim families.

In France at least 12 percent of the population is already Muslim, the fruits mostly of immigrants from former French colonies in North Africa. If present birth trends continue, by 2030 a quarter of France’s people will be Muslim, more than enough to determine who controls the national parliament and executive. As this columnist recently noted, the nuclear-armed French military is already 15 percent Muslim.

Adjacent Switzerland is now 20 percent Muslim.

The German newspaper Deutsche Welle days ago reported that Germany’s birth rate in 2005 fell to a level lower than at the end of World War II, to a “historic low,” more than fifty percent lower than those of France and Great Britain. But at a meeting this week in Berlin that brought together the interior ministers of six European nations, Germany’s leftwing Social Democrats continued to oppose the application of any test or standard that would restrict who could migrate into Germany.

The burgeoning Muslim population within Europe is not evenly spread. It is largely concentrated in and around big cities, whose local politicians feel its pressure acutely and often bend to that pressure. In the Netherlands the cities of Amsterdam and Rotterdam nearly have Muslim majorities now.

These Islamic enclaves are already taking on the character of conquered provinces that no longer belong to the European countries around them. As FrontPage Magazine recently
quoted from the new book While Europe Slept by liberal American expatriate Bruce Bawer:

In France, a public official met with an imam at the edge of Roubaix’s Muslim district out of respect for his declaration of the neighborhood as Islamic territory to which she had no right of access. In Britain, imams have pressed the government to officially designate certain areas of Bradford as being under Muslim, not British, law. In Denmark, Muslim leaders have sought the same kind of control over parts of Copenhagen. And in Belgium, Muslims living in the Brussels neighborhood of Sint-Jans-Molenbeek already view it not as part of Belgium but as an area under Islamic jurisdiction in which Belgians are not welcome.

If Europe continues as it is now, the rising Muslim tide will, one at a time, transform the members of the European Union into Islamic Republics under Islamic Shari’a law as Muslims become the majority population.

Who will save Europe? What Superman will come and proclaim her gods dead? Who will give them the will to sponge away the entire horizon of socialism and illusion to which they cling? Is not the night sky starless? Do they not already rotate gently in the icy breath of nothingness?

Europe is dead and we have killed her.

In the coming decades, we shall see wars unlike any man has ever known.