All of Europe will become a muslim calaphate controlled by sharia law in the next 30 years or so

Posted by: sadolite

No go zones are increasing and nothing is being done. PC has crippled all ability to deport anyone. Background checks are esentially non exsistent as there is no way to do it.

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  • Muslim population in Europe is only at 4%. Most of that 4% resides in already Muslim countries like Turkey, Albania and Bosnia. Muslim minorities in Europe are nothing new and nothing to be afraid of. Remember, Spain and Sicily used to be Muslim countries (along with the near entirety of the Balkans).

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  • Very unlikely to be a caliphate, but the white-to-Muslim ratio will be much more narrow.

  • More likely that it will turn into a fascist regime bent on committing a genocide against muslims with the way things are going.

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UtherPenguin says2015-11-01T21:20:49.8610015Z
Is this a joke? Please tell me this is a joke.
Vox_Veritas says2015-11-01T21:32:31.5289036Z
@UtherPenguin: The indigenous population of Europe is reproducing at an abysmally low rate while the European Muslim population is reproducing at an above average rate. On must also factor in massive amounts of immigration from Muslim countries, these immigrants consisting mostly of Muslims. I don't know if 30 years will cut it but if current trends hold ethnically Middle Eastern, mostly Muslim peoples will eventually become the majority in Europe. How they'd treat the white Christian/atheist minority is up for debate.
UtherPenguin says2015-11-01T21:36:51.5012371Z
@Vox_Vertias The fertility rates of immigrants has a tendency to decline as they settle into their new country, usually as a result of higher education and standard of living. This trend could not only be seen among Muslim immigrants but immigration in general. For example, take a look at the contrast between the fertility rates of African countries and African immigrants. Sub Saharan African countries have some of the highest fertility rates in the world, yet if that's the case, then why haven't African immigrants taken the majority population in the countries they've settled? Because the fertility rate went down as settled.
Vox_Veritas says2015-11-01T21:38:03.1047781Z
Solutions include cutting back on the number of immigrants each year and finding a way to have the Muslim population produce way fewer kids.
Vox_Veritas says2015-11-01T21:38:36.5977634Z
Perhaps a one child policy for the Islamic population?
Vox_Veritas says2015-11-01T21:47:53.4709462Z
They definitely need to stop the immigrants from continuing to flood the pseudo-continent, because as UtherPenguin pointed out first generation immigrants are the cause of the huge Islamic birth rate in Europe. Many of the ones who've already come (within this past year or so, coming in as a tide of refugees) should be deported, but I doubt any European government (much less a collective Europe) would have the balls to do that, so...
triangle.128k says2015-11-01T21:48:09.6756898Z
The Middle Eastern immigrants might convert to Christianity or become irreligious due to cultural influences. The Muslim population in Europe probably won't surpass the non-muslim population.
triangle.128k says2015-11-01T21:49:47.8679461Z
I hope these muslim immigrants don't invade Europe with ultra-conservative ideals found in Islamic countries.
UtherPenguin says2015-11-01T21:55:26.5192585Z
Europe is simply too scared of Muslims for the Islamic population to make any increase there. As seen in Hungary closing it's borders, Slovakia promising to only allow non-Muslim refugees and the large increase in gun ownership requests following Austria opening it's borders. Along side the rise in popularity of far-right anti-immigration parties (Front National for example won nearly a quarter of the votes in France the last election)
UtherPenguin says2015-11-01T21:57:34.9721287Z
UtherPenguin says2015-11-01T22:08:01.5575137Z
@Vox_Veritas A one child policy probably wouldn't work, firstly the Islamic population would feel unjustly discriminated, leading to more social unrest and tension between the Islamic population and the rest of the population. Much of the fertility rates decline naturally, as seen in the last example with African immigrants.
UtherPenguin says2015-11-01T22:09:58.6165861Z
@Vox_Vertias A population that is isolated or feels Isolated is also more likely to turn to extremism. Take Post-war Germany for example. The feeling of isolation or the idea that "they're out to get you" is more likely of breeding an extremist mentality. A one child policy y would only lead to the Muslim population feeling ore isolated.
sadolite says2015-11-01T22:59:36.9026074Z
I predict Denmark being the first to fall, then Sweden
Dilara says2015-11-02T02:54:17.7082702Z Since Sweden opened its doors to immigrants in the 1970s rape rose by 1400% and violent crime rose by 300% according to police reports.
58539672 says2015-11-02T17:18:37.0756752Z
@UtherPenguin The 4% thing only applies to western Europe (EU essentially). The actual percentage is about 7% for the entire continent, with Russia, Germany, and France having the largest Muslim populations.
UtherPenguin says2015-11-03T00:13:08.6812220Z
@58 Still, The muslim population is still fairly low. Also, France is still in western Europe, wouldn't the 4% still apply there?
58539672 says2015-11-03T04:28:23.5282335Z
@UtherPenguin Pretty much the 4% is for the EU as a whole. For France in particular the number is actually 9.6%, which is significantly above average. France has about 6.13 million Muslims, making it more populace than even predominately Muslim European countries like Albania (79%, yet that only equals 2.24 million muslims). Russia has the most (19%, 27.27 million) followed by France (info above) and Germany (5%, 4.03 million). This website does a pretty good job with all the exact numbers | |
sadolite says2015-11-13T23:51:16.3506024Z
Hmmm things are looking pretty bad in Paris right now. But lets not be so quick to judge. It could be a bunch of crazed Christians for all we know.

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