Flashback: The War For Eurabia

Flashback: The War For Eurabia
Vol: 24 Issue: 15 Friday, July 15, 2016

“Is Paris burning?” was a question that Hitler persistently put to his commander in the French capital during August 1944. Hitler, knowing that the Allies would soon retake France’s capital city, ordered the city to be sacked, and then burned to the ground. General von Choltitz set demolition charges around the city, but for reasons not entirely clear, he never gave the order to execute the city’s destruction.

French historians are torn between two explanations. One was that Paris is so beautiful and cultured that von Choltitz couldn’t bring himself to obey Hitler’s orders.

The other explanation was that courageous French partisans distracted German forces and delayed the demolition until the Allies pushed the Nazis out.

In any case, the city was spared from destruction in 1944, due to either superlative French design or superlative French courage.

Neither seems to be much of a distraction to the rioters attempting to finish the job von Choltitz failed to accomplish, as France endured its eleventh night of rioting.

Rampaging Muslim youths with no regard for the city’s famed beauty and little fear of the French gendarmes continued to burn, pillage and destroy buildings and vehicles, keeping police at bay with shotguns loaded with birdshot, according to reports from the scene.

In last night’s rioting, more than a thousand cars were torched and ten French gendarmes were reportedly shot by rioters. More than 3,300 vehicles have been destroyed, along with dozens of public buildings and private businesses, since the violence began.

In Évreux, 60 miles west of Paris, shops, businesses, a post office and two schools were destroyed, along with at least 50 vehicles, in Saturday night’s most concentrated attacks. Five police officers and three firefighters were injured there in clashes with young rioters.

French police discovered what they described as a firebomb factory in a building in Évry, south of Paris, in which about 150 bombs were being constructed, a third of them ready to use. All six of those arrested in connection with the bombmaking operation were minors.

According to French news analysts, the riots followed the deaths of two teenagers from the northern suburbs of Paris who were electrocuted in a power substation where they were trying to dodge a police checkpoint.

The youths’ families said the two were frightened by police who were chasing them; police deny they were pursuing the teenagers. The incident sparked an uprising of primarily Muslim rioters. 

Note carefully how the rioters are seen by the French. Not as “French citizens”, but “2nd generation French-born descendants of Muslim African and Arab immigrants.”

Assessment:

France is reaping the rewards of the mad liberal experiment with ‘multiculturalism’. Canada, another nation committed to multiculturalism, defines it this way:

“Multiculturalism ensures that all citizens can keep their identities, can take pride in their ancestry and have a sense of belonging. The Canadian experience has shown that multiculturalism encourages racial and ethnic harmony and cross-cultural understanding, and discourages ghettoization, hatred, discrimination and violence.”

Despite the claims of Canada’s Ministry of Multiculturalism, Canadian cities are as ‘ghettoized’ as any Jewish ghetto of medieval Europe ever was.

There are ‘Chinatowns’ ‘little Moscows’ Hindu enclaves, Islamic communities, etc., few of whom are ever exposed to any culture except the one they brought with them, as is the case in France where 2nd generation citizens are still regarded as ‘immigrants.’

Multicultural Canadians share no common heritage, speak no common language and have few cross-cultural ties, despite the best efforts of government to portray the opposite.

That isn’t a condemnation of the policy. The policy condemns itself.

For Canadian readers subjected to the constant barrage of multicultural happy talk, how many of your close personal friends are 1st or 2nd generation Hindus, Muslims, or Chinese?

Compare that number to the number of immigrants in the Canadian population, and unless half your friends are immigrants, your cross-cultural slip is showing.

The French, while desperately trying to maintain its unique French culture in its offspring, such as in Quebec, (where it is illegal to post a sign in English) ghettoized its own immigrant population in the name of multiculturalism.

The result, as noted, is that, to the French government, the rioters aren’t French-born citizens, they are ‘2nd generation immigrants’. Unspoken in official circles is the fact that they are 2nd generation ISLAMIC immigrants.

Europe now has such a large Islamic immigrant population that it is nicknamed ‘Eurabia’ and Islamic preachers have been exhorting their followers to prepare for the battle for Eurabia as part of the overall goals of the jihad.

The Muslim leadership that is inciting the immigrant Arabs to jihad in France is the Muslim Brotherhood.

The goal of the Muslim Brotherhood isn’t to conquer France (yet). For now, their goal is to turn all Muslim neighborhoods in Europe into ‘Pure Muslim’ zones that have seceded from the European governments.

In the power vacuum, the Muslim Brotherhood plans to rule these Muslim-only zones with totalitarian dictatorial power according to their extreme interpretations of the Islamic law.

While Paris burns, the rioting appears to be spreading across Eurabia. Another European country with a high concentration of unassimilated Muslims, Denmark, experienced its first taste of jihad. Rocks and firebombs are flying in Danish neighborhoods, as Muslim demonstrators chant, “this land belongs to us.”

The words amount to a declaration of war. “Police stay out. This land belongs to Allah.” 

DENMMARK??? Why not?

When a country opens its borders and allows Muslims to pour in without demanding that they accept the local culture, the culture clash is inevitable.

Especially since the vast majority of Muslims that have immigrated to European countries come with no intention of blending with the locals. And are even discouraged from doing so by the liberal doctrine of multiculturalism.

Consequently, most European Muslim immigrants live in poverty in self-imposed ghettos, are unemployed, and have nothing else to do but get angry. Jihad offers an outlet for that pent-up anger as a form of religious expression.

Soon, there could be Muslim uprisings all over Western Europe. (It’s unlikely there will be riots in former Soviet countries of the Eastern Bloc. These countries won’t tolerate it — and Islam’s jihadists know that. They have patience. Eastern Europe’s time will come. One thing jihadists are good at is choosing the right targets at the right time.

The jihadists sense that Western Europe is ripe for plucking. Hamstrung by the liberal doctrines of multiculturalism and political correctness, Western Europe is unprepared for a determined jihad from within.

It is far more likely that European socialist governments will keep looking for ways to appease the jihadist demands at the continued expense of their own cultures.

Until the lines between where European culture ends and the culture of the jihad begins are completely erased, leaving only ‘Eurabia’ in its place.

“For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. All these are the beginning of sorrows.” (Matthew 24:7-8)

This Letter was written by Jack Kinsella on November 7, 2005.

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Christian, father, husband, veteran, pilot, and sinner saved by grace. I am a firm believer in, and follower of Jesus Christ. I am Pre-Trib, Dispensational, and Non-Denominational (but I lean Southern Baptist).

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