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Permalink 05/28/09 16:29, by OGRE / (Jeff), Categories: Welcome, News, In real life, On the web


I am by no stretch a conspiracy theory believer, or generator. I have heard people who think that Barack Obama is a plant by overseas leaders to weaken the United States. Some people believe that Obama is not even legally president; they question his legality as a United States Citizen. Some argue that he is really a Muslim here to help facilitate the takeover of the United States by Muslim followers.

I'm not saying that I agree with any of the conspiracy theories, but I do find some of his resent policy decisions dangerous and potentially harmful to the country.

Many people don't know that European culture is in trouble. The birth rate of many European countries fall bellow that which is necessary to maintain the traditional culture in those nations.

http://www.brookings.edu/opinions/2003/03middleeast_taspinar.aspx

March/April 2003

Whether Brussels, Berlin, Paris, or Washington like it or not, Europe?s Muslim constituencies are likely to become an even more vocal foreign policy lobby. Two trends are empowering Europe?s Muslim street: demographics and opportunities for full citizenship.

It?s worth remembering that Europe?s Muslim population is an unintended consequence of actions taken nearly a half century ago. During the postwar labor shortage in the 1950s and 1960s, Turks, Algerians, Moroccans, Tunisians, and Pakistanis were called to help spur Europe?s economic recovery. No host country expected these "guest workers", as the Germans called them with characteristic frankness, to overstay their welcome. Like all good guests, they were supposed to leave, preferably when the recession hit and the party was over in the 1970s. They didn't. Instead, their families joined them, and new generations of European Turks, Algerians, Moroccans, Tunisians, and Pakistanis were born.

More are on the way. Today, the Muslim birth rate in Europe is three times higher than the non-Muslim one. If current trends continue, the Muslim population of Europe will nearly double by 2015, while the non-Muslim population will shrink by 3.5 percent.

A parallel process of Muslim enfranchisement is accompanying this population surge. Nearly half of the 5 million to 7 million Muslims in France are already French citizens. The situation is similar for most of the 2 million Muslims in Great Britain. Most recently, in 2000, Germany joined the countries where citizenship is granted according to birthplace instead of ancestry. The new German citizenship laws added already a half million voters to the rolls and have opened the road to citizenship to all other Muslims in Germany. With currently 160,000 new Muslim citizens a year, the number of voters might total 3 million in the next decade.

France has the largest population of Muslims in Europe. A large part of those Muslims in France are French citizens. If the current trend is maintained, the nations of Europe will be a inhabited by majority Muslim populations.

How can a Muslim household reproduce at such a high rate as opposed to the traditional French household? The thing that these European countries have in common is their Socialist societies. European countries with the highest Muslim birthrates also have the most liberal social safety systems. How else can you have a group of people reproducing so quickly in a country like France where the economy is stagnant. There are few jobs available in France, so how do you support a family when jobs are so scarce? The answer is, You Don't. The social system there is going to take care of you.

This is a growing problem in Europe, because as the number of Muslim citizens increase, so does their voting and political power.

In the U.K. some courts have adopted Sharia law. This means that British law is secondary to Islamic law in certain parts of the country.

Germany has implemented a test in an attempt to limit citizenship to those who hold the traditional values of Germans.

http://articles.latimes.com/2006/apr/09/world/fg-test9

In Germany, Citizenship Tests Stir Up Muslims, and Cultural Debate April 09, 2006

Islamic communities throughout this country are beginning to wonder. What it means to be German is an excruciating riddle, not something casually broached in a cafe. But efforts to sharpen national identity through new citizenship tests have caused a furor over accusations that Muslims are being unfairly targeted for exclusion by questions concerning head scarves, arranged marriages, homosexuality and Israel's right to exist.

The tests are the latest point of contention in a cultural battle over the integration of millions of Muslims on a continent wary of terrorist attacks, such as the ones in London and Madrid. They are another indication that Europe is struggling with how to temper nationalism and anxiety while defining citizenship for an immigrant Muslim population restless over what it views as generations of discrimination.

"These tests are presupposing, negative and anti-Islamic," said Eren Unsal, a sociologist and member of the Turkish Union, a German-Turkish lobbying and educational organization based in Berlin. "What we're seeing is a more restrictive immigration policy whose face is anti-Muslim.

The situation has intensified since Unsal's childhood. The surge of radical Islam coincided with German fears over high unemployment and the shrinking of the traditional welfare state. Germany's birthrate is the country's lowest since World War II, and it has one of the fastest-growing aging populations in the world. The nation knows it will eventually need new blood to fill jobs and support social programs, but it is increasingly suspicious of foreigners.

The hate that Islamic extremists have for the "Western way of life has opened Germans' eyes to the presence of Islam's followers among them," said a recent commentary on German radio. "Much of what they see is negative, whether it's a newspaper report about an honor killing in Berlin, schoolyards where more Turkish is spoken than German or the forced marriage of a young, head scarf-clad woman."

I don't believe that Obama is a Muslim plant, but in reality does it matter? Might The United States suffer the same fate as Europe in the end?

The Islamic religion does not allow for Muslims to assimilate with respect to other cultures --in fact it issues warnings against assimilation. Perhaps this is why Germans are worried for the future of their culture.

By adopting European social policies --are we not making ourselves more susceptible to the same influx of Muslims?

After all, is it not the goal of every religion to create the largest group of believers possible?

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Comment from: CopperheadLXXIX [Visitor]
CopperheadLXXIXRadical Islam's face may be that of the suicide bomber, but its true power lies in the soft and quiet re-population of PC obsessed Western states. It's these countries own uber-liberal attitudes that will, rather ironically, eventually lead them being turned over to the most intolerant and violent people in the modern world.
Good on Germany though. Germany has a checkered history to say the least, but I can't say they could ever be accused of being pussies.
05/28/09 @ 23:53

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