The Islamic invasion of Europe continues with almost no media coverage here in the United States. Yet for those of us who seek alternative news sources history is unfolding right in front of us.
Religious factions, guised as political parties, are forming. You can tell which nations are pro-Muslim by their immigration and social policies. Just look at the places where Islamic majority populations are supplanting their former Christian counterparts.
Political leadership in France is definitely pro-Muslim, and we can expect France to become a Muslim state very soon, at the rate things are going. Arutz Sheva (Israel National News) contemplates the nation splitting in two, as happened during WWII with the Vichy government and famous French Resistance freedom fighters. Their report from Paris:
“Muslim extremists and bandits took control of many no-go French areas, Jews are leaving their historic areas to regroup in more safe ones, [and] the magazine Charlie Hebdo is suffering a new wave of mortal death threats.”
Charlie Hebdo is a satirical French weekly publication which published cartoons depicting Islam’s leader, the Prophet Mohammed – violating a Muslim taboo. In January 2015, two outraged Islamic brothers shot up the magazine’s office, killing 12 and injuring 11 people. After this tragic event, the world chanted the slogan “We are Charlie” for a few weeks and then, apparently, forgot about the slaughter.
“We have drawn Mohammad to defend the principle that one can draw whatever they want. It is a bit strange though: we are expected to exercise a freedom of expression that no one dares to. We’ve done our job. We have defended the right to caricature,” said Riss, Charlie Hebdo’s editor, after the massacre.
One hallmark of a regime take-over is censorship of all opposition. This is happening in France today, a mere three years after “We are Charlie.”
Two days ago, on May 7, 2018, a court in Paris fined French author Eric Zemmour the sum of 5,000 euros (about USD 6000). The Voice of Europe reported that the court found Zemmour guilty of hate crimes after publishing a book titled “French Suicide” in 2014.
Zemmour warned four years ago of “the ‘halalization’ of France, which is characterized by the creation of ‘Islamic republics in certain neighborhoods in France.'” He used the phrase “Muslim invasion” in print, and predicted that French Muslims will have to “choose between their religion and their country.” The Muslim-leaning court termed Zemmour’s language “Islamophobic speech” that had “gone beyond the permitted bounds of the right to freedom of speech.”
Lesson learned: the French legislature admits that their citizens have limited freedom of speech. Dissenters to the Muslim agenda (domination by population) will be fined and silenced.
Other analysts have debunked the term “Islamophobe” as completely fictitious, a 1970s invention by Iranian Muslim fundamentalists to deflect criticism of their nefarious plot to take over the western world. According to The New Republic, this word “denies the reality of an Islamic offensive in Europe all the better to justify it; it attacks secularism by equating it with fundamentalism. Above all, however, it wants to silence all those Muslims who question the Koran, who demand equality of the sexes, who claim the right to renounce religion, and who want to practice their faith freely and without submitting to the dictates of the bearded and doctrinaire.”
Phobias are persistent, irrational fears. But fundamentalist Islamics have demonstrated repeatedly that they are sociopathic killers who intend to displace native populations by sheer numbers and force. Fear of Islam is not irrational – to the contrary, it is completely sane. Their medieval Sharia law is especially threatening to western women’s way of life.
Another Muslim censorship case involves Marine Le Pen who has tweeted explicit and gruesome photos of Islamic State executions, including the beheading of American journalist James Foley. Le Pen is one of France’s far-right leaders, and responded after a judge put her under formal investigation (which generally leads to a trial):
“If they are trying to silence me, they will not succeed.”
A third example of anti-Muslim intolerance occurred a year ago, in April 2017, as revealed by RFI. Charging “incitement to hatred and discrimination” for tweeting and making statements against Muslim schoolchildren, a Paris court fined Robert Ménard, the mayor of the French city of Béziers, “2,000 euros and awarded damages with interest of between one and 1,000 euros to six anti-racist groups who had brought the case.”
Will France become a Muslim-majority nation? Will the country split into two religious groups? Will there be a bloody civil war?
Most importantly, will other nations – including the United States – follow suit with France? Will Americans be forced to choose between our Judeo/Christian heritage and Islam?
Let us all hope that the Muslim invasion is not the precursor of World War III, as some people believe.