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France, an easy target for fatah

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in response to reader comment: Ahead of Your Time

Submitted by Jackson (United States), Dec 28, 2008 at 15:38

I almost bypassed this article upon seeing the date but thought that it might be interesting to see how far things have progressed in comparison. I was impressed with the accurate vision of the author and although I would not use "prophetic" since the Muslims have clearly stated the rulership of Europe as one of their goals, the article was indeed ahead of its time.

Unfortunately the time to change the inevitability of an Islamic "France" is probably past. Fatah...the Islamic principle of infiltration and outbirthing the residing infidels...is a resounding success. Next will come Sharia...or Islamic law, which is already being instituted. This article makes predictions based upon the end of a century...now in 2008 France is nearing the point where Islam will start civil unrest ( or I should say more).

Current updated predictions, calculating immigration rates, birth rates etc....place Muslim control of France at 80% by 2028..at which point there will no longer be a France. You may hate us Americans, but we will sincerely miss you France


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