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Islam Thomas on 13 Apr 2010 12:32 am

Islam’s Plan to take over Europe

The first 45 seconds is a little slow, but from there the demographic analysis of what is happening in Europe is very interesting:

As the population shrinks, so does the culture. As of 2007, the fertility rate in France was 1.8, England 1.6, Greece 1.3, Germany 1.3, Italy 1.2, Spain 1.1. Across the entire European Union of 31 countries, the fertility is a mere 1.38. Historical research tells us these numbers are impossible to reverse. In a matter of years, Europe as we know it will cease to exist.

Yet the population of Europe is not declining. Why? Immigration. Islamic Immigration. Of all population growth in Europe since 1990, 90% has been Islamic Immigration. France, 1.8 children per family. Muslims: 8.1. In Southern France, traditionally one of the most populated church regions in the world, there are now more Mosques than churches. 30% of children ages 20 and younger, 30% are Muslim. In the large cities such as Nice, Marseilles and Paris, that number has grown to 45%. By 2027, 1 in 5 Frenchmen will be Muslim. In just 39 years, France will be an Islamic Republic.

9 Responses to “Islam’s Plan to take over Europe”

  1. on 14 Apr 2010 at 8:52 pm 1.David said …

    Not accurate, fortunately:


  2. on 15 Apr 2010 at 1:30 am 2.Dreamer said …

    Apart from all the lies and half-truths in the video, the right-wing scaremongers always forget to neglect the following fact from the BBC article:

    It is certainly true that immigrant communities often have higher fertility rates but over time these usually fall into line with the indigenous population. This might not happen with Muslim immigrants. But nobody can know and that’s why, according to Dr Hinde, it is so hard to guess the future.

    There was a study looking at the birth rates of recent immigrants into (then) West Germany that included statistics for Turkish immigrants (i.e. Muslim immigrants). Not only did the birth rate drop from the first to second generation immigrant families, it dropped from the very start — as soon as the first generation immigrants arrived in the West. Women who did not have their first child until after they had arrived in Germany had fewer children than those who already had at least one kid before they immigrated.

    You also have to account for the effects of secularization. A large number of Muslim children born into a highly secular society are going to conform — either by rejecting their parent’s faith or by becoming secular Muslims, like the millions of secular Christians and Jews that already live there.

  3. on 15 Apr 2010 at 11:39 am 3.Tom said …

    Even though a few of the statistics might be wrong, that does not change the fact that this is Islam’s plan. Watch this video to see:

    The Muslim plan to take over Europe

  4. on 16 Apr 2010 at 6:25 pm 4.Anonymous said …

    Posting right-wing propaganda like this undermines the credibility of everything else on this blog.

  5. on 20 Apr 2010 at 12:25 am 5.Steve said …

    Like the site and some of the videos are great but have to agree with Anonymous above on this post.

    I once had a conversation with a racist and afterwards I realised his racism was rooted in his fear of losing his identity; he didn’t want to be taken over by another culture, no one does.

    Having travelled through Iraq in 2000 I have no such fears. The Iraqi people were extremely hospitable, intellectual, and generally good folk.

    Both racism and religious bigotry are rooted in fear. But well thought out ‘rational persons’ are never going to be taken over because the case against religion too strong.

    At this time and for the next several decades Islamaphobia primarily serves the interests of Imperialism and the efforts to secure the Middle East’s vast hydrocarbon resources for the US and the West.

  6. on 20 Apr 2010 at 12:40 pm 6.Xenon said …

    “Posting right-wing propaganda like this undermines the credibility of everything else on this blog.”

    So do you feel the same compassion for Christians or is it just for the Muslims? Since you just now show your outrage, I will assume the later is true.

  7. on 20 Apr 2010 at 2:49 pm 7.dan68131 said …

    I say post it, what ever interests you, so we can all see it, discuss it and weigh in on it and thereby incorporate it or dispel it.

  8. on 20 Apr 2010 at 8:50 pm 8.3D said …

    “So do you feel the same compassion for Christians or is it just for the Muslims? Since you just now show your outrage, I will assume the later is true.”

    I wouldn’t classify the OP’s comment as “compassion for Muslims”. He’s separating valid criticism of religion from invalid criticism of it, which we all should be able to do. Just like if someone said, “the Pope enables pedophiles, therefore all Christians are pedophiles.” I am an atheist, but this is an absurd statement; that doesn’t mean I am showing “compassion” for Christians, just stating the truth.

    I believe that skepticism of all religion leads to some strange bedfellows. When you’re critical of Islam, you find Christian zealots on your side of the argument and vice versa.

    That doesn’t validate either religion though, obviously.

    I agree with anonymous, that atheists run the risk of going overboard and latching onto silly propaganda in order to discredit religion. Religion does enough to discredit itself, we don’t need to adopt crazy talking points from agenda-driven racist politicians to “help” our case.

  9. on 20 Apr 2010 at 9:27 pm 9.Lou said …

    “agenda-driven racist politicians to “help” our case.”

    You mean the DNC black caucus, Sharpton, Jackson or Farrakhan?

    Islam does have a motive to take over the EU and to destroy Israel. That is not propaganda, that is from the mouths of many of their leaders.

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