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Saturday, August 12, 2006

Terrorism Foreign and Domestic

I still don't know what to make of the English Terror Plot. Jeff Wells' blog, among others, causes one to doubt the Official Story not just sometimes, but all the time. And, as Scott Horton writes, "I know of no reason – so far – to expect this one is anything but more cries of wolf from the same liars."

But if this was a real terror plot, I'm not quite ready to assume that the Anglosphere's insane Middle East policies are wholly to blame. Attacking a nation that is occupying yours is one thing; attacking your fellow citizens is quite another. The West's policies may provoke a terrorist response from Arabs, but not from British citizens of Pakistani origin.

The problem is, while we are supposed to fight the "Islamo-fascist terrorists" in Arabia "so we don't have to fight them here," we are to do nothing about Muslim immigration. We are told that would be racist. That Islam is a religion of peace. That only the "extremists" are dangerous.

I'm afraid that Srdja Trifkovic is on to something:
The ranks of those potential soldiers are increasing, paradoxically enough, as the British-born young Muslims come of age. “What is striking about most second- and third-generation British Muslims is their intense religiosity. Asked how much of a role Islam played in their everyday lives, 45 percent of the respondents in the student survey said it played a role in everything while 48 percent said it played a role in most things."
According to a detailed survey of the attitudes of British Muslims prepared for the Daily Telegraph in the immediate aftermath of the London bombings of July 7, 2005, one in four sympathizes with motives of terrorists and six per cent insist that the bombings were “fully justified.” In absolute numbers this means there are over 100,000 Muslims in Great Britain who are either prepared to carry out terrorist acts, or ready to support those who do. And a substantial majority, 56 percent, say that, whether or not they sympathize with the bombers, they can at least understand why they behave in this way. The sheer scale of Muslim alienation from British society that the survey reveals is remarkable: nearly a third of them, 32 percent, believe that “Western society is decadent and immoral and that Muslims should seek to bring it to an end.”

Trifkovic notes that by the year 2050, a majority of West Europeans under the age of 21 will be Moslem.
At the time of this writing Muslims control large areas of dozens of industrial cities in the Midlands and Yorkshire, from which non-Muslims—by no means only the white ones—move out as soon as they can. Both the “moderates” and the “radicals” believe in the goal of an Islamized Britain:

There are two main religious traditions among Pakistani-British Muslims. The Barelwi majority believe in a slow evolution, gradually consolidating their gains and finally achieving an Islamic state. The Deobandi minority argue for a quicker process using politics and violence to achieve the same result. Ultimately, both believe in the goal of an Islamic state in Britain where Muslims will govern their own affairs and, as the finishing touch, everyone else’s affairs as well.

The latest terrorist plot is a logical outcome of the Blairite forma mentis, the size of Muslim immigration into the country, and the dynamics of that growing community’s symbiotic interaction with the elite consensus. Even before the Rushdie affair allowed Muslims in Britain to flex their muscles in open opposition to the law of the land, a Declaration issued by the Islamic Foundation in Leicester stated, urbi et orbi, that its goal is to change the existing British society into “an Islamic society based on the Qur’an and the Sunna and make Islam, which is a code for entire life, supreme and dominant, especially in the socio-political spheres.”

Here's the irony. The Moslems getting slaughtered by our guns and bombs, who are displaced thanks to our unquestioning support of Israel, and who live under dictators supported by us, have every right to hate us and our foreign policy. We should get out of the Middle East and stop interfering and taking sides in their disputes.

That said, there really are Muslims who "hate us for our freedom." Even if they are minority among Muslims, they're a sizeable one and more likely than the majority to use politics and violence to achieve their ends. And thanks to lax immigration and high birthrates, they are slowly but steadily conquering Europe. Those who resist are intimidated into silence, and at risk of committing a crime called "hate speech."

Do we want the same thing to happen in the USA? If not, is there anything we can do to prevent it?

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