Europe’s Islamic Future
By PNW Staff May 24, 2017
Europe is changing and experts now believe that the process of Islamization has moved past a point of no return.
The familiar image of Europe is quickly fading in a post modern liberal form of cultural suicide.
Soon to be distant memories, in just a few decades we will look back on Christian values, democratic principles, freedom of belief, equality of the genders and respect for individual rights as echoes of a glorious European past.
Just as the castles dotting the landscape recall a feudal history, so too will we look back on a time when Europe wasn’t Islamic.
There is no great Islamic army of tanks and soldiers arrayed across Europe’s borders, waiting for the signal to thunder across.
Neither Turkey, Egypt, Syria nor Iran need to declare war or fire a single shot and yet within a few short generations, Islam will overwhelm the European continent and snuff out French, German, Swedish, British and a host of other European cultures.
The invasion is one of immigration and higher birthrates, and it is well underway. It is a silent jihad.
No accident of history, this demographic shift is a long-term strategy that the autocrats of Islamic nations recognize and proudly boast of to the world. Immigration is a part of the equation, but equally important are the higher birthrates of Muslim families that tend to have more children.
Yasser Arafat, as Christian lecturer Dr. Alex McFarland points out, famously told the Arab world in 1994, while he was the President of the PLA, that Islam would “win the world through the wombs of the Arabic women.” He was not the only leader to make such claims.
As recently as March of 2017, the increasingly authoritarian President Erdogan of Turkey delivered a speech in which he instructed Turks to “Make not three, but five children. Because you are the future of Europe. That will be the best response to the injustices against you.”
The terrifying truth is that history is showing us that both men are right: the rising tide of Islam is creeping slowly across the continent of Europe as populations of Christians and those of European heritage slowly dwindle in numbers.
The demographic shift is most pronounced in France, Germany, the UK and Sweden, though nearly all European countries have been affected.
French laws that prohibit including religion in census data make tracking the change difficult, but some estimates predict that the Muslim population could grow to 15-17 million by the year 2025, or more than 20% of the projected population.
One method that researchers have used to circumvent the French restrictions on collecting census data based on religion has been to study the origin of immigrant populations and to assume that those immigrating from Spain (8%) and Italy (12%) are Christian and that those arriving from African countries such as Algeria (15%), Morocco (11%), Tunisia (5%) and sub-Saharan Africa (11%) as well as Turkey (4%) are mostly Muslim.
The study titled “Being born in France to an immigrant parent” examines the origins of the parents of French children born to at least one immigrant, a population representing 11% of the total French population.
This 11% figure refers only to the children of immigrants but it also ignores the previous generation of immigration, a group of unstudied millions of Muslims who have been living and building families in France since the early 1990s.
Thus, the study almost certainly underestimates the true size of the Muslim population.
French demographer MichÃ¨le Tribalat published her own analysis of the data that put the total immigrant population at 20.4% in 2015, with a total of 13.4 million. This discounts Muslims who are no longer classified as immigrants or children of immigrants.
The increase in immigration from sub-Saharan Africa has reached 43% with an extremely young Muslim population of 80% under 25 years old. With the tendency towards larger families, a baby boom of unprecedented proportions is already underway, likely doubling in size in the next 3 to 8 years.
In Germany, massive immigration from Muslim countries and the disparity in German versus Muslim and immigrant birthrates, is fueling a wave of violent cultural conflict from honor killings and mass sexual assaults to police no-go zones and shariah courts.
German native birthrates are now below replacement levels at 1.6 children per woman (replacement rate is 2.1 to be sustainable) while Muslim rates are over 3 with continued immigration.
Some estimates now indicate that Germany allowed in more than 1.5 million immigrants in 2015 and 2016, most of them Muslim, and some estimates now project that by 2060 Germany will be 25% Muslim in composition.
The world population is seeing similar trends, though clearly not from immigration. The total population increase for the planet between 2010 and 2050 is project to be 35%.
The increase in the number of Christians is placed at 35%, Hindus at 34%, Jews at 16% and folk religions at 11%.
Unaffiliated and all other religions together make up 15% of the growth while the Muslim population is expected to grow at a rate of 73% between 2010 and 2050. Muslim women average 3.1 children while all other religions together average 2.3; the baby boom is global.
Social tension, crime rates, police no-go zones and the curtailing of basic freedoms have been reported on extensively. But education in England is now also seeing an unexpected upheaval due to Islam’s conquest of the island.
The Church of England now runs 20 schools in which Muslim students outnumber Christians and the Catholic Church runs 15 more in which the same is true.
In one church school, St. Thomas in Werneth, Oldham, there is now a reportedly 100% Muslim population. Staincliffe C of E Junior School in Batley, West Yorkshire now has a 98% Muslim student body.
This is the result of changing demographics in areas where schools have long been the domain of the church. But rather than teaching Christian doctrine, the schools are now accommodating Islam.
From incorporating Islamic prayers to allowing the head scarf (and even selling it) the schools are slowly coming to resemble Islamic rather than Christian schools.
This is just a presage of what is to come as European institutions, one by one, bow to Islamic pressure. Allowing education, language, religion, legal systems, social mores and every other aspect of life to evolve into Islamic theocracy is the cultural suicide that lies in Europe’s future and it has already begun.