There are two methods of creating Islamic supremacy in the world. One is through violent jihad. We know how that’s working out, because on almost a daily basis, we read about the violence taking place around the world and within our own nation.
The other method is through al-hijra, or the Islamic doctrine of immigration. It’s a much quieter method, takes a bit longer, but under the guise of “humanitarianism” is very effective.
Europe is currently being flooded with Muslim refugees, primarily from Syria. As the UK Telegraph reports, Germany has quietly stopped enforcing European Union rules under which Syrians fleeing the civil war face deportation, it has emerged, as thousands of migrants continued to pour through the Balkans towards Western Europe on Monday.
Migrants, largely from Syria, Eritrea, Sudan and Afghanistan, are following a route north from Greece into Macedonia and Serbia, and then onto into Hungary and richer EU countries such as Austria, Germany and Sweden. Hungary is rushing to build a fence to block the flow.
Good luck with that. Interesting how Hungary feels the need to have an actual border.
The Greek government said its infrastructure is unable to cope with an influx, in what the EU has described as the gravest migration crisis since the second world war.
On Saturday alone, the Italian coastguard plucked 4,400 people from the Mediterranean coast off Libya in 22 different rescue operations.
Not everyone believes all of the refugees are fleeing persecution. A political analyst from Macedonia, Milenko Nedelkovski, finds suspicious the fact that 90 percent of the migrants who come to his country and Serbia are men, according to inSerbia News.
Nedelkovski says that this is suspicious, especially if it is known that they come from a traditional country in which the family is not left behind.
“In Macedonia we cannot solve problems of war caused by other states. We have not caused war in Syria nor in Iraq. And now they expect us to accept people,” said Nedelkovski for “Sputnik.”
He emphasized that Macedonia “after the war between Serbia and NATO” had reception centers and about 150,000 Albanians permanently stayed, which completely changed the ethnic structure of the country.
Although he does not want to speculate, Nedelkovski emphasizes that it is very indicative that this is a very young male population of migrants which raises suspicion that “there might be members of the Islamic State hiding among them.”
Islamophobic much? He’s not the only one.
Even last year, our own FBI said it will be IMPOSSIBLE to correctly identify many of these “refugees” coming into the country.
Yet we continue to welcome thousands of “refugees” into our nation. Howwever, the next big immigrant wave to the United States won’t be coming from Latin America, but from the Middle East.
As WND reported, early last year the State Department moved to ease the rules that protect the U.S. from accepting refugees with potential ties to terrorist organizations. The rules were seen as “too strict” by the refugee-resettlement groups that lobby Congress and the administration to continuously let in more Muslims from the war-torn Middle East.
Then last December, the State Department announced “The United States accepts the majority of all UNHCR referrals from around the world. Last year, we reached our goal of resettling nearly 70,000 refugees from nearly 70 countries. And we plan to lead in resettling Syrians as well,” the statement reads. “We are reviewing some 9,000 recent UNHCR referrals from Syria. We are receiving roughly a thousand new ones each month, and we expect admissions from Syria to surge in 2015 and beyond.”
The State Department announcement was careful to explain that the U.S. will take in only those Syrians who are “persecuted by their government.” Christians in Syria are being killed by ISIS and other Muslim rebels, not by “their government,” but the Sunni Muslims are being killed by the Shiite-led government.
How convenient to make that distinction.
Is this “humanitarian crisis” really a Trojan horse, a stealth weapon of jihad? We will surely be called xeno- and Islamophobic for bringing up this point. But ultimately time will tell.
When a Moroccan attempts to shoot up a train in France, when an Eritrean asylum-seeker beheads an IKEA shopper in Sweden, when two Chechen brothers blow up spectators at the Boston Marathon, you do sort of wonder if a pattern is emerging. And it’s not a pretty picture.
[Note: This article was written by Michele Hickford]