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Migrants To Europe Bringing Back Old Hatreds

Migrants To Europe Bringing Back Old Hatreds

The Results of Unchecked Islamic Migration In Europe

We have seen the wave of antisemitic attacks in Europe, we have experienced some here, but to a lesser extent (that may have to do with the fact that America does more vetting then Europe does). But what has come with this migration, it is not only the culture shock but attacks on Jews, the migration not only brought the people from  Islamic countries to Europe, it in many cases brought with them the same hatred they knew in their own countries, this being the old prejudices that have existed so long on that continent. The outright antisemitism is not much different then what we saw last century, and that has been time after time repeated in Europe.

Too many times we have heard from our European allies scolding at Trump, told that the US in electing him shows that we are xenophobic, but is this really the case? When you look at the demographics of the US, then look at our history, the facts show this is far from the truth, is there many times resistance to migratory groups arriving, of course there is, but that has never been solely based just on race, you have many times more seen old European prejudice rise in the US, much of that brought by the migrants themselves, then taught to their kids.

American Migration

In the early years, from 1500 through the 1600’s, there were cases of fleeing from religious persecution, the Puritans are a good example, but for the most part, the early settlers were drawn to a resource that Europe was no longer in surpluses of, mainly their land. In the New World at the time they knew they could come here, there were vast areas of land that was without ownership, they could claim title to land that in Europe was unheard of unless you were royalty.

Of course, there was the issue of the Native Americans, but at the time they were a shadow of what they were when the land was first settled, this was due to the lack of any natural immunization to common European virus’s, bubonic plague, chickenpox, cholera, the common cold, diphtheria, influenza, malaria, measles, scarlet fever, sexually transmitted diseases, typhoid, typhus, tuberculosis, and pertussis (whooping cough). For a population like Europe that had thousands of years to prepare for this, they had a built-in immunity due to this time and the losses of lives. The Native American population had none of these, they were quickly reduced in numbers by around 70%.

If you are wondering where this is applicable to this article, it has to do with a lack of population, the Europeans came and filled land that was not void of inhabitants,  but the claims by many on the left today that somehow Columbus and others used germ warfare to wipe out the native population is totally false, they had no concept of virus’s or germs, these were not even known of until tobacco mosaic virus in the late 1800’s, during the 1600’s and 1700’s they were more likely to call a doctor to bleed you or a priest to do an exorcism then to show any knowledge of a virus and try to control the spread of it.

During this time, we saw the rise of slavery, before that they had indentured servants that would come over, be obligated to perform work to pay for the trip over here. Later we saw the Germans, then the Irish, the Chinese due to their work ethic with the Rail Roads. We then saw the rise of a movement of people from central American for economic reasons, then the push from Asia and African nations once more, today we see very little migration from Europe, most of it is from other areas in the world.

European Migration

In Europe, although they had groups of people go from nation to nation, most were trader’s, merchants, but due to most travel was done without any mechanical aided travel, the groups stayed to themselves due to the time needed to go from nation to nation. Even in the first two world wars, you saw the mass movement of migrants, but in the end, most went back to their homelands. But this time it is different.

What you have today is not a movement of Europeans with the same Christian faith, may be a language barrier, but their culture, for the most part, was the same. With the mass Islamic migration it’s far different, there is no common culture, sure not a common religion, the people have no interest in assimilating, in fact, if you look to the article “Guide To Islam And Islamic Extremism” (http://www.0censor.com/guide-to-islam-and-islamic-extremism/) you see the problems mass migration brings, more specifically the problems with Islamic demands as their population grows, as stated there I share the same findings shown in Slavery, Terrorism, and Islam:

When politically correct and culturally diverse societies agree to ‘the reasonable’ Muslim demands for their ‘religious rights,’ they also get the other components under the table. Here’s how it works (percentages source CIA: The World Fact Book (2007)).

If the Muslim population remains around 1% of any given country they will be regarded as a peace-loving minority and not as a threat to anyone. In fact, they may be featured in articles and films, stereotyped for their colorful uniqueness:

United States — Muslim 1.0%
Australia — Muslim 1.5%
Canada — Muslim 1.9%
China — Muslim 1%-2%
Italy — Muslim 1.5%
Norway — Muslim 1.8%

At 2% and 3% they begin to proselytize from other ethnic minorities and disaffected groups with major recruiting from the jails and among street gangs:

Denmark — Muslim 2%
Germany — Muslim 3.7%
United Kingdom — Muslim 2.7%
Spain — Muslim 4%
Thailand — Muslim 4.6%

From 5% on they exercise an inordinate influence in proportion to their percentage of the population.

They will push for the introduction of halal (clean by Islamic standards) food, thereby securing food preparation jobs for Muslims. They will increase pressure on supermarket chains to feature it on their shelves — along with threats for failure to comply. (United States).

France — Muslim 8%
Philippines — Muslim 5%
Sweden — Muslim 5%
Switzerland — Muslim 4.3%
The Netherlands — Muslim 5.5%
Trinidad &Tobago — Muslim 5.8%

At this point, they will work to get the ruling government to allow them to rule themselves under Sharia, the Islamic Law. The goal of Islam is not to convert the world but to establish Sharia law over the entire world.

When Muslims reach 10% of the population, they will increase lawlessness as a means of complaint about their conditions (Paris –car-burnings). Any non-Muslim action that offends Islam will result in uprisings and threats (Amsterdam – Mohammed cartoons).

Guyana — Muslim 10%
India — Muslim 13.4%
Israel — Muslim 16%
Kenya — Muslim 10%
Russia — Muslim 10-15%

After reaching 20% expect hair-trigger rioting, jihad militia formations, sporadic killings and church and synagogue burning:

Ethiopia — Muslim 32.8%

At 40% you will find widespread massacres, chronic terror attacks, and ongoing militia warfare:

Bosnia — Muslim 40%
Chad — Muslim 53.1%
Lebanon — Muslim 59.7%

From 60% you may expect unfettered persecution of non-believers and other religions, sporadic ethnic cleansing (genocide), use of Sharia Law as a weapon and Jizya, the tax placed on infidels:

Albania — Muslim 60%
Malaysia — Muslim 60.4%
Qatar — Muslim 77.5%
Sudan — Muslim 70%

After 80% expect State run ethnic cleansing and genocide:

Bangladesh — Muslim 83%
Egypt — Muslim 90%
Gaza — Muslim 98.7%
Indonesia — Muslim 86.1%
Iran — Muslim 98%
Iraq — Muslim 97%

Jordan — Muslim 92%
Morocco — Muslim 98.7%
Pakistan — Muslim 97%
Palestine — Muslim 99%
Syria — Muslim 90%
Tajikistan — Muslim 90%
Turkey — Muslim 99.8%
United Arab Emirates — Muslim 96%

100% will usher in the peace of ‘Dar-es-Salaam’ — the Islamic House of Peace — there’s supposed to be peace because everybody is a Muslim:

Afghanistan — Muslim 100%
Saudi Arabia — Muslim 100%
Somalia — Muslim 100%
Yemen — Muslim 99.9%

Of course, that’s not the case. To satisfy their blood lust, Muslims then start killing each other for a variety of reasons.

I think one of the best quotes I have seen concerning this came from Leon Uris:

‘Before I was nine I had learned the basic canon of Arab life. It was me against my brother; me and my brother against our father; my family against my cousins and the clan; the clan against the tribe; and the tribe against the world and all of us against the infidel. – Leon Uris, ‘The Haj’

But there is another problem that is coming to Europe with this unchecked migration, Antisemitism. In many ways it is mirroring what you saw in Germany in the 1920’s through the 1940’s, they even have the same theme in their cartoons.

Anti-Semitic Attacks On the Rise

While many don’t deny that there is antisemitism, the view of it from many corners is that it is not that bad, but is there any truth to this.

“I don’t think it is the 1930s, I don’t see boxcars arriving,” said Ira Forman, Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism at the US State Department. This is the statement coming from officials in the State Department, but the Jews see it differently, that could have to do with the fact that they are the ones each time that have had to bear the attacks that come from this rise. In the words of Chief Rabbi of Brussels, shortly after the killings of some 130 people in Paris, “There is no future for Jews in Europe.” said the chief Rabbi of Brussels.

The reasons for this is rather clear if you are a student of history, we are starting to see the same trends rising in Europe that we saw in the 1920’s and 30’s. After the War to End All Wars, the first world war, Europe looked at the killing in massive numbers, took a collective shudder and said never again, they set out to put in place mechanisms to stop such a thing, mainly the League of Nations. While this may have seemed a great idea, in theory, the reality set the whole thing up without giving it any teeth, so it lost its ability to enforce its concepts, soon the nations either ignored it or set off squabbling that in the end destroyed it.

During the same time, people started to look for villains, ones they could blame for what had been done, they did succeed in sacking what they saw as the archaic idea of nobility or royalty. Many nations abolished their royal families control in their countries, other’s wanted to bring in radical idea’s, thus China and Russia were soon under control of the socialist. But one thing remained the same, the old hatred of the Jews.

(I dig more into history but need to mark this because showing results of this hate in photos are for adult viewers.)

History of How a Democratice Nation Can Turn

In Germany, they loved the idea that they were leading in science, in intellectual awareness, but there were also elements of something much darker, these drew on the old hatred of the Jews, knew if they could blame the Jews for all that was wrong, they would have a great means to unite people together in a common cause. No one was better with this then Adolf Hitler and the Fascist party. Soon they were attacking Jews, putting up posters depicting Jews in less than a flattering light:

As the Fascist and other parties found the Jews a easy scapegoat to unite the people, they also desensitized them so that they would not be as shocked by what would follow. You had papers running articles how the Jews were trying to choke the life out of Germany, they claimed it was the Jews that cause them to lose the first world war, soon you had attacks against individuals. The sad part of this was, rather then recoil in horror, the news and leadership in the nation glorified these attacks, told the people that this is what they deserved, soon when Hitler siezed power, the next step of forcing Jews to be labelled so as to be seen was not seen as a big deal.

After this, it was not much of a step to go from dehumanizing a people to deciding it was better for the state to rid itself of them. First, they started shooting them in the field.

And from there to even more efficient means of mass killing:

History Repeating itself?

By now many of you may be asking, why am I focused on this now, how does what happened in WW2 relate today? It is rather simple, history is about patterns, something you see through the sands of time, you look for a pattern, what will follow many times is not hard to predict, although the severity is.

If we look at modern-day Europe, what is the common thread you see? First, the demonization of Jews. The Attacks in Paris in 2015 were said by Muslims in France to be the attack of Shape Shifting Jews, in another case prior to the attack you had protesters marching in protest over Israeli bombing of terrorist sites in Gaza, the response was first to march in streets of Paris, then when they were done armed with knives and other makeshift weapons they headed towards a synagogue to attack worshippers there.

And this is not confined to France, who has the largest Jewish population in Europe, in Belgium you had the shooting at the Jewish Museum. In Sweden, you had two synagogues firebombed, all just in the last month. In Norway, the authorities had to shut down Jewish museums in 2014 due to threats by extremist. Jews in Germany had to stop wearing their Kippot or the Beanie due to attacks against anyone caught wearing them. I could give examples in just about every nation from Italy to Britain, and it is not contained in just Europe, it has come to the US as well.

Antisemitism in the US

American has always had some of this belief, the KKK, neo-Nazi’s, other far right or far left groups, each has a common theme, blame it on the Jews. But this type of thinking has gone mainstream, you see this now taught in our schools. The scariest thing about this is the long-term consequences of this, if you can indoctrinate the youth, then in 15 to 20 years when they reach the point they can effectively maneuver and affect national policy, you can have what you want with a little bit more of a long view, something the Radical Islamist understand too well.

With BDS and other such groups, it has become so bad on many campuses, you openly show you are a Jew, you are inviting attacks. And this is not with the students, you see this with the faculty as well. In this we see the second step the Fascist in the time of Germany took, when you have finished demonizing the Jews, start calling them out, boycott them, openly attack them with cartoons to show they are less than human.

In Oberlin, a college with a very large Jewish student population this has grown into an epidemic. In 2016 the college fired Joy Karega for antisemitic tweets, on her twitter account she posted this:

Then on Facebook started this rant:

She then posted this:

She has now been followed a year later by her college Michael Chikindas, he has to be placed on leave after posting this:

 

And this is not the only case of this, you can go in most campuses and find this today in the US.

Back to Europe

If this was a lone case, I would say as much, but all over Europe we have from papers and campuses cartoons published like this:

And from Arab lands, which these refugees are from, it is even worse:

Where is this headed?

We know that history has a tendency to repeat itself, so one has to ask, “If we first have seen the typical smear campaign in Europe over the last 20 years against not only Israel but all Jews in general, has grown into indoctrination in schools, now cartoons, how long before the next step, where the rights of Jews are stripped from them?”

If you are going to say this is not so, let me ask. If Russia does something terrible, do you attack Russian Americans due to this? What if Saudi Arabia does, or Iraq, Iran or any other Arab nation, do you attack Arab Americans. Do you blame Arab Americans for ISIS? Of course, you don’t, if you did you would be called a racist, the press would have a field day with it, your reputation when they are done would be in shambles. So why is it acceptable to do this to American Jews that are not dual citizens, and even if they are, do you do this to dual citizens of other nations?

And if these nations do this, do you ever hear calls for their dual citizens to choose one nation or another? Further, if these nations were enemies of the American people, I could understand this, Israel is arguably the closest ally the US has.

I have heard excuses for what others see as harmless, yet, what worries me is what I see, step by step we see the same moves that the world had witnessed in the 1920’s and 30’s, to say this comes from just the far right, is pure nonsense, the greatest attacks against Jews come from radical leftist groups. You have BDS, CAIR, and a host of other Islamic groups that openly show hatred for not only Israel but all Jews. The groups like BLM, they have openly stated they side with Hezbollah and Hamas, terrorist organizations, one has to wonder, why aren’t they declared as such.

At this point I would tell every Jew to be out of Europe by 2025, if I were a betting man I would put money down on Europe being in a full-scale civil war after this as the Muslim population that is in danger of turning Europeans into a minority in their own lands move to seize power and try to Islamifi all of Europe. Sadly I see the left wishing to do exactly what Europe has done if they aren’t careful, we too could be hit with attacks like we saw yesterday on a daily base.

 

 

 

 

About The Author

Timothy Benton

Author has studied Middle East History for the last 35 years, am a lifetime student of history. Has an interest in sports, tech, history and political events. Works as a Republican political commentator who looks at events from a conservative's perspective.

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