Muslims rally in London

Muslims rally in London

It starts with only a few immigrants. Slowly, imperceptibly, their population grows. Institutions are created. They build power on a local level. Pleas for tolerance transform into demands for concession and eventually submission. And natives suddenly find themselves strangers in their own homelands.

The story of Islam’s demographic model of conquest has been replayed over the centuries. Once a certain population is reached, a society reaches a “tipping point” in which social order is disrupted.

According to G.M. Davis, a Stanford Ph.D. and author of “House of War: Islam’s Jihad Against The World,” the process can even be described in empirical terms.

Drawing on the work of Peter Hammond and his book “Slavery, Terrorism & Islam,” Davis described the process to WND.

“As a small religious minority, Muslims will generally attract little attention so long as their proportion remains less than about 2 percent, roughly the percentage we see today in the United States, Italy, Canada and Australia,” he said.

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“Sporadic acts of jihadist terrorism will still be carried out by apparent ‘lone wolves.’ As the total Muslim population rises toward 5 percent, Islamic activists will become increasingly vocal about having their particular religious demands met, which, in areas of greater population density, will entail the effective implementation of Shariah law over resident Muslims and open hostility against native citizens and law enforcement – think parts of Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Paris, London, Luton, Cologne and Malmo.

“As the Muslim population moves toward 10 percent and above, the situation on the ground will depend more and more on the strength of the native culture into which the Muslim minority is pushing as well as the speed with which it is being overtaken by the expanding Muslim minority,” Davis said.

“The weaker the native culture and the faster the Muslim minority is growing, the sooner the situation is likely to degenerate into widespread violence, the early stages of which we have begun to see in the major cities of Western Europe in the form of riots and increased crime against native Europeans. On the other hand, Russia, with a Muslim population of nearly 20 percent, enjoys relative peace and freedom of action because her Muslim population is growing relatively slowly and she has regained a robust sense of her native culture, Orthodox Christianity, which Western Europe utterly lacks.”

‘No certainty of ever returning’

Counter-terrorism expert Phil Haney, author of the explosive new book, “See Something, Say Nothing,” says some societies have recovered from Islamic invasions, pointing to the Spanish expulsion of the Moors. However, he suggests the current pattern of mass Muslim immigration into Europe will transform the Western homeland for decades, if not centuries.

“There is no certainty of ever returning to the Europe we know today,” he warns. “Europe’s survival is in great peril, perhaps even more than in at the Battle of Tours or during the sieges of Vienna. It can survive only if it immediately changes its open-borders policies.”

Internationally renowned anti-Shariah activist Pamela Geller, author of “Stop the Islamization of America,” thinks that even that may be understating the case, warning Europe may already be incapable of saving itself without “civil unrest.”

She argues if mass immigration continues, there is no way for Western societies to continue as free and pluralistic.

“There is certain to be unrest and civil strife, as well as an increase in jihad terror attacks,” she warned. “Once Muslims become a certain percentage of the population, the country is altered forever. Why do we think the U.S. will be different?”

Davis argues the changing demographics of Europe mean a future of unrest and probable war for Western civilization.

“One shudders to imagine what a Muslim minority of 20 percent in the EU – roughly 150 million or eight times the current number – would mean for European civil society,” he said.

“That figure could be reached in two generations. Comparably, in the United States, a 20 percent minority would equate to 64 million Muslims or more than 10 times the current figure. And while history is replete with instances of Islamic conquest of non-Muslim lands – conquests occurring on three continents over the span of more than a millennium – there is virtually no precedent for non-Muslim lands regaining their independence save for determined, protracted warfare.”

Both Davis and Haney argue Islam is not like other religions because of its demand to implement Shariah – Islamic law.

“No society that wishes to continue in the Western democratic tradition can handle the socio-political forces of a population that aggressively promotes Islamic Shariah law,” Haney told WND. “By its own definition, Shariah is incompatible with any other form of ‘man-made’ law, whether it be the EU Charter, or the U.S. Constitution.”

Not a private religion

Davis said history reveals how Islamic domination and demographic change can transform even once Christian societies.

“Islam is not merely a private religion as Western Christians understand the term but a legal code and system of government – all driven by the command to conquer infidel lands for Allah,” Davis told WND.

“Once Islam acquires a foothold in a given location, it will expand unless met with greater counterforce. It is vital to bear in mind that all of the lands of North Africa, the Near and Middle East, Turkey, the Balkans, were Christian until they were conquered by jihad, but even then remained Christian under the crushing strictures of Shariah until superior Muslim population growth took over.”

Davis said the difference today is European governments are actually welcoming the Islamic invasion rather than resisting it.

“The only non-Muslim societies that can survive the growth of a sizable Muslim minority are those able and willing to overawe Islamic cultural pressure and occasional violence with a sense of superior cultural achievement and, as needed, effective repression,” he said.

“The reigning cult of multiculturalism among the Western elite is not merely wrong but positively lethal when combined with Islam. Islam can become entrenched within the city walls under the guise of religion until it feels its strength and breaks forth as a hostile political ideology with the aim of nothing less than overturning the reigning cultural and political order. While many Muslims in the West today surely have no violent intent, they shall be swept aside by their orthodox brethren when the chips finally fall. Indeed, they will face a terrible choice – take up the sword of jihad against the infidel or perish with them.”

As a former analyst for the Department of Homeland Security, Haney was well known for following the data wherever it led. His determination to pursue the facts led to punishment from the Obama administration, a story he details in “See Something, Say Nothing.”

He argues Westerners must not ignore the cold realities of fundamentalist Islam and the inherent characteristic of the religion to strive for world domination.

“Since the time of Muhammad, and throughout the 1,400 year history of Islam, in every country on earth, we have seen the same pattern repeated over and over,” he said. “The larger the pro-Shariah Muslim population becomes, the more accepting and supportive of the aggressive promotion of Islam through jihad it becomes. As it is so plainly and repeatedly stated in the Quran, the primary goal of Islam is to establish the religion of Allah in the entire world. And neither the countries of Europe, or North America, are exempt from this command.”

Has our own government already surrendered to Islamic jihad? A national security insider uncovers the terrible truth. Philip Haney’s “See Something, Say Nothing” is available now from the WND Superstore.

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