Why Muslim Immigration Is Stealth Jihad

by 1389 on July 28, 2011

in 1389 (blog admin), counterjihad, dhimmitude, fatwa, Gates of Vienna (colleagues), immigration, Islamic infiltration/invasion, stealth jihad

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How would YOU like to live in a Muslim country? It’s all about demographics and the dynamics of public opinion.

Tipping points and beliefs – the 10% solution

From the science blog Watts Up With That?

Minority Rules: Scientists Discover Tipping Point for the Spread of Ideas

Scientists at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have found that when just 10 percent of the population holds an unshakable belief, their belief will always be adopted by the majority of the society. [emphasis added] The scientists, who are members of the Social Cognitive Networks Academic Research Center (SCNARC) at Rensselaer, used computational and analytical methods to discover the tipping point where a minority belief becomes the majority opinion. The finding has implications for the study and influence of societal interactions ranging from the spread of innovations to the movement of political ideals…
Much more here.

In the Beginning Was the Fatwa

From Gates of Vienna

Wolfgang Bruno breaks down the stages of jihad for us. Taking his cue from Mark Gabriel, an ex-Muslim turned Christian, he divides the stages of jihad into these three:

1.The first is the weakened stage. This is when Muslims are in a small minority and have to dissemble regarding their intentions. Think of Mohammed before Medina.

2.The preparation stage begins when Muslims are a large minority. Here, they have the beginnings of real power and are able to make headway in the political marketplace. Think of Europe and the unrelenting positioning for place and voice in the public debate.

3.This marks the true jihad stage. This is the point at which Muslims begin the process of full scale armed assault. Remember how the Muslim minority in India created Pakistan? There you have the paradigm for jihad.

But it doesn’t end in Pakistan. As Mr. Bruno points out, Islam currently makes up ten percent of the population in France. However, thirty three percent of all babies born in France are Muslim babies. He predicts that when some critical mass is reached – somewhere between fifteen and thirty percent – France may experience civil war just like Lebanon did. All they have to do is wait; demographics are on their side.

Do you think he’s unnecessarily pessimistic? Remember Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses? Who could forget that book? For many of us, it was the dawn of the age of Islam. “What is a fatwa?” we asked one another? To our bemusement, and to Mr. Rushdie’s terror, it turned out to be a death sentence. That fatwa was issued sixteen years ago. In 1989 it seemed exotic and not terribly germane to our lives. Sure, some novelist or other had his problems with some religious extremists, but what did that have to do with us? Earlier this year, the original fatwa, issued by the long-gone Khomeni, was re-issued by his political heirs. And now it no longer seems exotic. Now it seems familiar and up close.

Mr. Bruno says that the Japanese translator of Rushdie’s work was assassinated in 1991. Lots of people have died because of the Muslims’ reaction to that book. But as we have also learned, Muslims die for rumors about books.

So far, in America, Islam in is the first stage. But it won’t stay that way unless we stay vigilant. If we go the way of Europe – vacillating, apologizing, excusing terrorists and refusing to call them by their right name – the second stage will be here shortly. Already, for fear of appearing incorrect, we refuse to profile Arabs at airport terminals. What next on the slippery slope to dhimmitude?

The price of liberty is eternal vigilance. We already knew that, but now we’re having to learn it by heart and the hard way.

It’s just a matter of time.

Unlike Gates of Vienna, the admins of 1389 Blog have reached the conclusion that deportation will, at some point, be necessary to avert this outcome.

That said, neither 1389 Blog nor its admins condone the initiation of violence to influence public policy with regard to the Muslim presence in non-Muslim countries, or for any other reason.

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1 1389 July 29, 2011 at 11:05 pm

Attention everyone:

In case you are tempted to leave a trollish comment accusing me or any other member of the 1389 Blog team of “hatred,” “bigotry,” or worse, don’t even THINK of it. Any such comments will be deleted without any response or explanation. You know who you are!

Restricting immigration is a matter of public policy. I can and will use every method that is legal and honorable to influence public policy in that regard. Furthermore, I am one hundred percent in favor of deporting enemy aliens. Muslims – those who believe in the Qur’an – are, by their OWN definition, enemy aliens. The oath of US citizenship and the oath of office in the US are wholly incompatible with the Qur’an.

The “hatred” and “bigotry” are not coming from us, but from our Muslim enemies – directly from the Qur’an. Read THIS to see the evidence.

And no, Muslims cannot be cast as innocent victims of our “prejudice” and “hatred.” Muslims are NOT the “new Jews.” Indeed, that view is deeply insulting to those who died in the Holocaust, as well as those who survived and their descendants.

2 Pissed off Aussie July 29, 2011 at 11:14 pm

I love how you remove comments which are pointed and which ask difficult questions of your views.

If “The oath of US citizenship and the oath of office in the US are wholly incompatible with the Qur’an.” how is then that several US parliamentarians have taken their oath on the Qur’an? They and the Supreme Court seem to have no difficulties reconciling the two. I would therefore suggest that your views on the matter are incorrect.

I would also suggest that anybody advocating “ethnic cleansing” should understand the immorality of what they are saying. Of course, they might also remember what happened the last time it was tried in the Balkans. The rest of the world – including the United States rather pointedly indicated their opinion on the matter. The United Nations has also made it illegal.

Perhaps instead of trying to reject Muslims you should be embracing and accepting them. They aren’t going to go away, as much as your “stubborn and complete intolerance of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from your own,” desires.

3 1389 July 30, 2011 at 12:11 am

I have deleted a few of your comments because they are full of the same rabid insults, name-calling, and false allegations over and over. You keep repeating yourself. You keep asking the same supposedly “difficult” (but actually “loaded” and viciously insulting) questions, and when I answer them, you simply pretend that you didn’t see the material that very clearly refuted your allegations.

For one last time:

The UN and the Clinton Administration LIED when they claimed that the Serbs were practicing “ethnic cleansing” by expelling their Muslim enemies and tormentors from Serbian soil. It wasn’t “the rest of the world” – only the NATO/EU countries that fell into line as a result of Madeleine Albright’s arm-twisting. I claim that, while the Serbs were not actually doing what they were accused of, they had every right to expel their enemies and should have been allowed to do so.

It does not matter what the UN says is “illegal.” The UN is not a legitimate organization; it is a bullying gang whose decisions are based entirely on “might makes right.” Every country has the right and the duty to defend itself against enemies, and the UN has absolutely no right to interfere in that. It is a disgrace that the US is involved in the UN. One of the policy changes that I am working for is to get the US out of the UN and vice versa. The UN has become nothing but a mouthpiece for Muslim interests and an arena for corruption and tyranny.

I will accept no further argument from you with regard to the Serbian people and the land of Kosovo. They are my extended family and they’ve been resisting the Muslim onslaught for over six hundred years. I have yet to IP-block anybody from this blog, but if you badmouth the Serbs one more time, you’ll be the first. You have been warned!

You will also not keep repeating the accusation that I am “preaching hatred.” You can say whatever you want somewhere else, but not on this blog! I have lost patience with your mindless and repetitive mudslinging.

For the last time: The policy changes that I am promoting have nothing to do with hatred, but with simple facts about the dangers posed by an avowed enemy. It is they who are preaching hatred. I am merely identifying and pointing out their hatred of us, and insisting that people who subscribe to an ideology that enforces such animosity toward us should be excluded from our presence. Read THIS to see what Muslims actually are required to believe about us!

4 Abélard August 3, 2011 at 9:31 pm

I’ll simply say to “Pissed off Auntie”: if you so want to welcome Muslims and believe that they are worthy of being accepted in the West, WHY don’t you go and live in a Muslim country???

Alternatively, if you be some sort of leftist, I suggest that you’d do well to go to North Korea and see how you enjoy it!!

Either way, then you’ll at the worst know to be happy that you’re living where you really want to be – though not likely as one of the élitists you so want to be in actual fact!!

You and your kind – both Muslims AND Communists – shamelessly abuse our freedoms in your work to destroy them. Since you hate the West so much, we would have every right to deport you to either North Korea (or at least China, Laos, Vietnam, Cuba, Bolivia or Venezuela, maybe even Nicaragua) OR to the Islâmic world if we accepted – as we should! – that we’re in truth at war with both of you!!!

Yes, 1389AD is completely right that we don’t need either Muslims or Commies in the West!!! In fact, we need them just as much as any other kind of poison like cyanide or ricin… no thanks!!!!

5 Mega Kovalan May 21, 2015 at 4:52 am

Totally support your views, great work…All the best

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