The Chinese way
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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), May 10, 2009 at 16:14
Hi, dear kman !
Thanks for your post. But please first take care of a sound sleep and of your health and then and only then of all the rest. This is at least the rule I myself am trying to follow.
> I was curious if you had seen the info on current population growth in Europe, Canada, and the U.S.? Some rather alarming statistics on the staggering population growth in the Islamic communities versus the native populations they now infest.<
I wasn't aware of what was going on in North America although the Moslem population explosion in Europe isn't a secret for me. But the population bomb is a tricky weapon. Imagine all gates for unrestricted Moslem colonisalism in the outside world are suddenly closed... In a short time we would witness bloody wars and cannibalism in dar al-Islam ...something probably resembling on a global scale the Hamas-Fatah brotherly massacres. Anyway, I am sure those things will be visited upon Europe and America the day Moslem overpopulation exhausts our resources and will have to turn against each other to get its means of subsitance ... I hope though that this worst scenario will be spared us thanks to the weapons of mass destruction (Israeli , Indian or Russian or ... ? ) that will free the world from the Moslem nightmare on time.
> None of this is any surprise to me. I think I have even heard it before. Non-Christians have no hope in this world & ours is only for the next life.<
If you take a look at the world , then it is still predominantly non-Moslem. And if you further take a glance into Chinese Turkestan or teh Xinjiang province , then you may see that the Moslems(Uygurs) are shrinking minority there. They had been a source of major troubles, rebellions, jihad for the Chinese. But the Chinese knew how to deal with Allah's jihad. They used both brutal force (poor Moslems had to start pig farming or otherwise they saw themselves deported or worse and their farms occupied by Chinese settlers) and a reasonable settlement policy to isolate and eradicate Islam and its main proponents the Uygurs. Divisions and quarrels among them were also encouraged by supporting e.g. Kasakhs or Tatars against the Uygurs. And it seems these efforts have succeeded. In 1949% the Chinese were c. 5% of total population. Now their number has increased about ten times while the Uygurs are a minority. If things go this way, they will disappear in a few generations. Well, communism doesn't have to mean necessarily an Islamo-leftist alliance and the Chinese example is not the worst lesson one can learn on how to deal with Moslems , I presume.
>Things are ticking along right on God's schedule.<
Do you think God has a different plan for Chinese who don't care much about Him and for people in the West who still seemingly do?
Thanks again for your comment.
Best regards Jan
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