Unrestrained immigration alters demographics, dooms native cultures
Is “So what?” the appropriate response to the fact that London is poised to elect its first Muslim mayor? The Washington Post thinks so.
The distance between Phoenix, Arizona and London, England is well over 5,000 miles, with eight hours separating the two time zones. But there are myriad ties that bind us from shared history and language to our legal system based in part on English common law.
The Spectator, a British publication, features a report titled, “Muhammad really is the single most popular boys’ name in England and Wales.” The Daily Mail, a well-respected British news source reported in December 2015 on the proliferation of Sharia courts dispensing ‘justice.’ At the time the article was written, there were eighty-five such courts.
Breitbart (London edition) headlines its article, “London is about to elect a Muslim mayor who has defended Islamists, 9/11 terrorists, and who is endorsed by anti-Semites.” That news is definitely worth more than a casual shoulder shrug accompanied by “So what?” Londoners go to the polls today to choose a replacement for the outgoing Mayor, Boris Johnson MP, the conservative who has held the post since 2008. Despite the fact the Labour Party is currently mired in an anti-Semitism scandal, if all things remain equal, expect the party’s candidate Sadiq Khan MP to be confirmed in the early hours of Friday morning. Zac Goldsmith is the conservative candidate.
Regardless of the laissez-faire attitude exhibited by the tolerant-of-everything Washington Post, this is serious business, with far-reaching consequences, as Europeans throughout the continent stand at the brink of becoming minorities in their own countries. Prolific Muslim mass immigration coupled with exceedingly high birth rates will topple the ethnic Europeans and their unique cultures in short order.
Gatestone Institute identifies “The True Cost of Europe’s Muslim “Enrichment,” pointing to the dire consequences of the demographic changes, coupled with the resistance to assimilation. Country by country the effects of unchecked immigration are staggering. Europe’s immigration/migrant/refugee crisis is not a “So what?”
Neither is ours.
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