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Submitted by Anthony (United States), May 22, 2005 at 19:31

Dear Mr. Pipes,

Sitting here and debating how best to manage the militant Moslem problem that threatens our civilization is like citizens of Vienna, during the siege of that bulwark city in 1529, discussing how best to negotiate with their brutal Turkish adversaries right outside their gates.

The obvious thing to do is not to utilize Western sentiments and politically correct slogans such as "diversity" and "multiculturalism" and "moderate Islam" to weaken our awareness of the extent of the fanaticism and lethality which comprises the core of Moslem beliefs. The simple truth to me is that:

A) Islam represents the greatest treat to the survival of Western Civilization (The second being the great cultural collapse which characterizes Western societies from Europe to America to Canada to Australia, i.e., the Western World.

B) It is currently undeniable that Moslems living within Western societies ARE Moslems first (note the protest in London just the other day for perspective) and will not accept Western secularism for long. Even the less fanatical followers of the prophet are powerless to change a single aspect of their religion such that it will fundamentally alter the jihadist core which compels Moslems to continually weaken and fracture their host societies into submission via a long term process leading to dhimmitude. We see this clearly in Europe now.

C) We must recognize this threat and admit that the enemy is Islam. Not "Moderate Islam", not "Insurgents", not "militants" and not "separatists". The common thread here is a religion/ideology/political system of belief that is not itself subject to any form of debate at any level of its hierarchy. Thus, we can assume it will not change and a large number of its faithful will subscribe to the long and bloody beliefs that are of the most concern to the rest of the world.

D) Making it harder or nearly impossible for Moslems to enter Western societies, should be the objective
Demanding assimilation and halting all appeasement and acquiescence to Moslem demands such as special considerations regarding their education, construction of Mosques and "cultural centers" etc, as well as special legal accommodations which place Moslem rights above other groups should be jettisoned today. Above all the teaching of the criminally false history of Moslem history as detailed in Bat Ye'ors book "Eurabia", must be scrapped and revised to reflect the truth if our progeny are to develop a survival instinct.

Erecting obstacles to entry, while refusing any longer to play the dhimmi to Moslem demands would make those here more willing to return to their countries of origin, while preventing the increasing influx and formation of a large and growing protected class waiting to wage holy war upon us at some point in the near future.

Mr. Pipes, you called the alarm some time ago in your article "The Muslims are coming". Then, it seemed you were warning people what they might expect and telling them to stop this invasion before it is too late. A decade later, the situation if exponentially worse and you are now urging the same sort of ideas which gave rise to Eurabia in the first place. That is, an approach which advocates modifying our societies to accommodate Moslems rather than recommending a plan of detachment from the Moslem world by the only logical method available, removing and eliminating the threat rather than attempting to manage a civilization that is untamable.

Kindest regards

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