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Muslim Exodus: Devious Propaganda to "Fertilize" European Women

Updated on December 19, 2017

The Agenda

The exodus from Muslim lands torn asunder to Europe was initially taken lightly. People in Europe were in fact, happy that some migrants would be available for labor. Europe is facing a manpower crunch and labor force to run services like public health and sanitation is not available. This is because of 2 basic reasons. Firstly, the new breed of European men does not fancy doing hard work, in particular, menial jobs. The second reason is the low birth rate.

The present birth rate for entire Europe is 1.5. To sustain a healthy population growth the birth rate required is 2.1. Europe is aging and requires a young workforce. With falling birth rates, Europe needs young men for labor.This issue is of great importance as younger workers are not available and those who are available do not want to do menial jobs. This is one of the reasons that European like Germany welcomed an initial lot of refugees.

The migration to Europe also follows the classic 'Push and Pull" theory. Throughout history, migration has always taken place from poor and war-torn areas to affluent and secure areas. This is classical migration, but this migration or exodus of Muslims to Europe has a rider as it is fueled in addition to the classic push and pull theory a desire to spread Islam. It must be noted the Muslim scriptures look favorably upon migration as a way to spread Islam.


The Exodus

History is witness to many exoduses and mass migration. Earlier it was from an area of less affluence to one of affluence. This was triggered by war, famines, anarchy and religious persecution. The Parsi migrated from Persia to India to escape Muslim persecution and even earlier the Aryans entered the Indian sub-continent and drove away from the original inhabitants, the Dravidians deep into South India.

Migration always took place during a time of calamity. Most migrations consisted of both men, women, and families.From Europe, we had the migration to America, but women in almost equal numbers migrated along with the men. In addition, there was no religious zeal behind these migrations, for which the main reason was economic.

Compared to the old migrations, the present exodus from the war-torn lands of the Middle East namely Syria and Iraq has a slightly different connotation. Here the migration is not homogenous but concentrated in males crossing and seeking asylum. As per figures, 90%+ of the migrants are men and women are just a sprinkling among them. It appears strange that the men alone are escaping from the war-torn lands and women are being left behind. There is another side to the coin as well. Many Muslim migrants who are joining the exodus are not from the areas of conflict but from faraway places like Pakistan and Morrocco. The aim is to make use of the present crisis to enter Europe.The Europeans in need of labor initially ignored this phenomenon, but now with numbers running into millions, the matter can no longer be brushed under the carpet.

Europe for long was under Moslem domination for hundreds of years. Spain and parts of East Europe were centuries under Moslem or Turkish rule epitomised by the Ottoman empire. Islam was stopped at the gates of Vienna and the naval battles of the 19th century when the Ottoman fleet was annihilated. When the Turks were ruling they believed in conversion and also imposed the Jizya. Europe was able to get rid of the Turks, but the dream of a Caliphate remained in the hearts of many Muslims.

The Islamic clergy has now decided to use this exodus to further the spread of Islam in Europe. As already pointed out, the Islamic religious scriptures look favorably on migration as means for conversion to Islam. Muslim clerics are now exhorting their men to go to Europe and Islamise the continent by 'fertilizing' the European women.

Fertilize means to sow the seed and it means to impregnate the women. The Imam of Al Aksa mosque has harangued the Muslims to do their duty as the Europeans need labor and this influx must be used to procreate children who will ultimately Islamize Europe.



The Future

As things stand the majority of the Muslims who have entered are men. These men do not integrate with European and Christian culture as they are governed by a faith that feels it is superior. It has been seen that Muslim men born and bred in Europe have still attacked the nations of their domicile without raising an eyelid.

The future for Europe is thus bleak. The bigger culprit is the shortage of labor and that in the first instance led to the influx being welcomed. One can recollect the small country like Belgium allowed selective Muslim labor to enter way back in 1967 and also allowed Saudi Arabia to construct a mosque in Brussels. A Center of Islamic studies was also permitted. This has borne a bitter fruit with Muslims born and bred in Belgium resorting to terror attacks.

I have not touched on another aspect of this exodus and that is the infiltration of the ISI cadre. All one can say is that Europe faces a testing time and perhaps too much affluence leads to complacency, that is not a good thing.

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