Saturday, December 17, 2005

Online Workshop, Last Days

The last post I will make here will be about Islam's and our weak points. That part of the workshop is still very much going on, and you are still encouraged to join in with comments and viewpoints. Let me toss in a few more topics at the end: How do we deal with the dhimmi Western and infidel media? What can be done to redirect the masses to less censored news at the Internet?

I'm not sure if I have the time, but I was thinking of making a post called "beheading nations," about how immigrants are heavily concentrated in most major cities in Western Europe, in effect cutting the rest of the country off from its "brain" and nerve centres. If you have any links about this in English from Holland, Germany or pretty much anywhere in Western Europe, you can post them here.


At December 18, 2005 3:06 PM, Blogger Eleanor © said...

"Beheading Nations," what an asuste observation. We all should be on the lookout for actual events and perhaps our efforts could head them off.

Thank you for creating the category.

At December 18, 2005 5:49 PM, Blogger Tours732 said...

This pdf-file below is not so much about the concentration of Muslims in European cities, but the situation in general. Might contain some useful information, though.

Timothy M. Savage, "Europe and Islam: Crescent Waxing, Cultures Clashing"

At December 19, 2005 6:59 PM, Blogger Rick Darby said...


Mr. Savage summarizes the objective data of the Muslims-in-Europe situation well enough, as far as I can tell. But I think he has very little insight.

He follows the tired old Liberal Establishment script. To him, the problem is merely that Muslims and non-Muslims don't understand one another. Bad feelings are down to "Islamophobia" and indigenous European "intolerance." (As if almost every country in "old" Europe hasn't bent over backward to accommodate the Muslim population, even to the extent of virtually making it a crime to criticise Islam.)

He even compares the situation of European Muslims to American blacks in the 1950s.

Savage's prescription is for Europeans and Muslims to amalgamate with one another. He believes this could spark a new Renaissance, like the earlier one which he seems to believe was stimulated by contact with Islam.

The pundits who ask "why can't we all just get along?" offer an attractive vision — attractive, that is, if you believe that Islam wants peace and tolerance, that it will be satisfied to share Europe with non-Muslims. Nothing in the news or on-the-scene reports by bloggers supports that belief, though.

At December 20, 2005 5:36 AM, Blogger Tours732 said...

The merit of Savage's study does not lie in his conclusions, but in the statistical summary and demographic predictions.


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