Se les había pasado un poco pero vuelven a asustarnos con la amenaza moruna
Hace un par de años escribía Timothy Garton Ash, uno de estos opinadores estrella que tienen los guiris sobre el riesgo del terrorismo islámico en Europa:
Wake up, the invisible front line runs right through your back yard
The struggle against terrorism will be decided not in the United States but in Europe, not in Iraq but in Pakistan Timothy Garton Ash Thursday September 13, 2007 The Guardian
To return from the United States to Europe is to travel from a country that thinks it is on the front line of the struggle against jihadist terrorism, but is not, to a continent which is on the front line but still has not fully woken up to the fact. On the front line at home, I mean; abroad is another matter. Only a fool would rule out the possibility of another terrorist assault on what is now styled the American homeland, but the fact is that in the six years since September 11 2001 there have been several major attacks (Madrid, London) and foiled plots in Europe.
In the United States there have been no major attacks and, so far as we know, just a few averted conspiracies. All the evidence shows that American Muslims are better integrated than those in western Europe. Last week’s arrest of a group apparently planning a September 11 anniversary attack in Germany suggests that the threat to the Heimat is greater than that to the homeland.
An invisible front line runs through the quiet streets of many a European city. Like it or not, whether you live in London or Oxford, Berlin or Neu-Ulm, Madrid or Rotterdam, you are on that front line – much more than you ever were during the cold war. This struggle is partly about intelligence and police work to prevent those who have already become fanatical, violent jihadists from blowing us up at St Pancras or the Gare du Nord. Ordinary non-Muslim Europeans can only do a little to help this work, as well as worrying about the curtailment of civil liberties. Ordinary, peaceful, law-abiding Muslim Europeans can do a little more.
The larger part of this struggle, and the more important in the longer term, is the battle for the hearts and minds of young European Muslims – usually men – who are not yet fanatical violent jihadists, but could become so. All over our continent, and around its edges, there are hundreds of thousands of young Muslim men who could go either way. They could become tomorrow’s bombers; or they could become good citizens, funders of our faltering state pension schemes, tomorrow’s Europeans.
Medio se les pasó. Pero ahora The Daily Telegraph, el vocero de la extrema derecha europea (la extrema derecha razonante, rica y culta: hay otra ) vuelve a la carga y es sobre el riesgo para Europa de tanto moraco que viene, tanta mora que pare y que pare a tantos moricos, y esas perversillas europeas que follan pero malvadamente desvían el semen de su habitual destino -como djo cierto marqués francés.
A fifth of European Union will be Muslim by 2050
Britain, Spain and Holland will have an even higher proportion of Muslims in a shorter amount of time, an investigation by The Telegraph shows. ENLACE
Last year, five per cent of the total population of the 27 EU countries was Muslim. But rising levels of immigration from Muslim countries and low birth rates among Europe’s indigenous population mean that, by 2050, the figure will be 20 per cent, according to forecasts.
Así que para el 2050 un quinto de los europeos pueden ser muslimes. Vale, como yo sé restar, fíjense mi excelsa inteligencia, quiere decir que el 80 % NO lo serán, y son así como cristianos. Y como la democracia es la dictadura de la estadística ese 20% más le vale que haga lo que les manda el otro 80%.
Pero la noticia no es lo bastante alarmante, y los ingleses también suelen saber restar, así que le meten otro rollo.
Muslim Europe: the demographic time bomb transforming our continent
The EU is facing an era of vast social change, reports Adrian Michaels, and few politicians are taking notice
Britain and the rest of the European Union are ignoring a demographic time bomb: a recent rush into the EU by migrants, including millions of Muslims, will change the continent beyond recognition over the next two decades, and almost no policy-makers are talking about it.
The numbers are startling. Only 3.2 per cent of Spain’s population was foreign-born in 1998. In 2007 it was 13.4 per cent. Europe’s Muslim population has more than doubled in the past 30 years and will have doubled again by 2015. In Brussels, the top seven baby boys’ names recently were Mohamed, Adam, Rayan, Ayoub, Mehdi, Amine and Hamza.
Europe’s low white birth rate, coupled with faster multiplying migrants, will change fundamentally what we take to mean by European culture and society. The altered population mix has far-reaching implications for education, housing, welfare, labour, the arts and everything in between. It could have a critical impact on foreign policy: a study was submitted to the US Air Force on how America’s relationship with Europe might evolve.
Estos guiris metiéndonos a España en sus viles patrañas. La mayor parte de esos extranjeros en España son Latinoamericanos y europeos nuevos en la UE como rumanos, etc. y no árabes.
En todo caso, temblad viles agarenos, llamaremos al Guerrero del Antifaz.