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The West's Slow Death

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Submitted by Robert Macapagal (Singapore), Feb 26, 2003 at 10:03

America is behind the times. Anyone who sits through classes taught by a Moslem, particularly one from the Middle East, in Western or North American universities, usually gets more than what one bargains for. The "sharing" goes on relentlessly. This is part and parcel of the silent jihad where students are covertly brainwashed into championing their cause and become anti-Israel and pro-militant Islam. Alas, the infiltration has started long ago. How unfair. Islamic countries remaining Islamic and continually ridding themselves through subtle prosecution of their minority non-Moslem population and the West being saddled with huge enclaves of ever growing Moslem immigrant population from faster reproduction and through the West's liberal immigration policy. They (Moslems) have indeed succeeded to some extent. The testimony. Look at the massive anti-war student turnout in support of Iraq . Did you see any street protests from any of the Islamic countries when a fellow Islamic country like Indonesia committed "pogroms" in East Timor? Christian countries don't even bother to bat an eyelash when the West went into Kosovo to kill fellow Christians. European countries like France and Germany have already lost part of their sovereignty. They would like to act against Iraq but unfortunately they now have a large Moslem immigrant population to contend with. It is a very sad thing if the trend continues. Why? Because a militant Moslem swears alligence and totally submits to the Quran which dictates and mandates that they turn against the infidels, particularly the Jews and Christians, when they are stronger. Well, only time will tell when their numbers in the West continue to swell and whether danger looms.

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