Europe is being destroyed by Islam, rapidly now. Europe persisted in their poorly conceived ideals for too long. These are the same ideals espoused and acted on in America today by so-called progressives and Democrats, academia, and perhaps a majority of the Millennial generation who were taught by those “progressive” educators in America – multiculturalism, open borders, moral relativism, and collectivism. These are the ideals that lifetime educator, self-professed liberal, philosopher Allan Bloom said were the cause of “The Closing of the American Mind” and “how higher education has failed democracy and impoverished the souls of today’s students.”
The question is whether Americans will ignore the lesson of Europe and allow America to be destroyed by Islam.
“Belgium is not only one of the countries of Europe’s core, as is France, but it is also in some sense the capital of Europe. Brussels is the headquarters of the European Union’s secretariat. It is also near the headquarters of NATO. By striking Brussels, IS was striking at Europe’s core. IS has come to see Europe as an enemy, not only because it sees it as Christian, but also because it sees it as hostile.”
“In addition to striking at Europe’s headquarters, this attack poses an existential threat to the union. Between the Paris attacks and the migration crisis, Europe’s open border zone suffered a near mortal wound. Borders were “temporarily” suspended, and some have still not been reopened. Can the union survive continued attacks?”
“Salah Abdeslam, the mastermind behind the Paris attacks, hid in Brussels for four months. The police couldn’t find him, and they knew what he looked like. So how can they find new radicalized Muslims? As [George] Friedman points out, it’s very hard for Western police to sort the minority of murderous Muslims from the moderates. And so, “the world can either accept periodic attacks, or see the entire Muslim community as a potential threat until proven otherwise. These are terrible choices, but history is filled with them.”
“It is difficult to imagine another outcome save for another round of ghettoization and deportation,” he continued. “This is repulsive to the European sensibility now, but certainly not alien to European history. Unable to distinguish radical Muslims from other Muslims, Europe will increasingly and unintentionally move in this direction.”
“Think of what a change this would mean: a change away from the modern, pluralistic, multicultural Europe that we see today. The rise of the far right and the political turmoil shows that Europe is already moving in this direction. Some European leaders are talking about accepting only Christian migrants. It is getting much easier to imagine states beginning to view all their Muslim citizens with suspicion.”
“This is where these terrorist attacks are pushing Europe. It’s helping to create a unified and more integrated Europe. A Europe that moves away from the evils of multiculturalism toward a darker future where the state discriminates among its citizens. A Europe with a Christian identity—where Muslims are not welcome. A Europe that is fighting Islam abroad.”