4 Stages of Islamic Conquest:

by Civilus Defendus, with a hat tip to Kali Politus

(Video by LSA, PDF version here. Click, save, share.)

STAGE 1: INFILTRATION

Muslims begin moving to non-Muslim countries in increasing numbers and the beginning of cultural conflicts are visible, though often subtle.

  • First migration wave to non-Muslim “host” country.
  • Appeal for humanitarian tolerance from the host society.
  • Attempts to portray Islam as a peaceful & Muslims as victims of misunderstanding and racism (even though Islam is not a ‘race’).
  • High Muslim birth rate in host country increase Muslim population.
  • Mosques used to spread Islam and dislike of host country & culture.
  • Calls to criminalize “Islamophobia” as a hate crime.
  • Threatened legal action for perceived discrimination.
  • Offers of “interfaith dialogue” to indoctrinate non-Muslims.

How many nations are suffering from Islamic infiltration? One? A handful? Nearly every nation? The Islamic ‘leadership” of the Muslim Brotherhood and others wish to dissolve each…

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  1. Use The Military To Re-Establish SECULAR LAW:
    Too much Islam means too much of a fascist, dictatorial approach to all of society, only resolvable through even stronger military solution. Therefore I approve 100% of the attempted coup in Turkey.

    We have a precedent: the coup which did not happened against Hitler. (And of which I have talked a lot, in many essays.).

    Fascists like Erdogan, or Hitler, could use democracy against itself. Only military means allow to get out of such a vicious spiral. Erdogan, Turkish Islamizing president, has been using Islam to increase his power. It came back to bite him, and others, in more ways than one.

    Arguably, Islam is more into human sacrifices than the Aztec religion.

    Need I say more?
    Disrespecting yesterday’s religions is how humanity grows up.

    • Agreed. Military can serve as useful insurance against crazies coming into power. Which means that Islamists will also try to Islamize military, so that it helps them take over the West.

    • Apparently the coup has failed…

    • “Use The Military To Re-Establish SECULAR LAW:
      Too much Islam means too much of a fascist, dictatorial approach to all of society, only resolvable through even stronger military solution. Therefore I approve 100% of the attempted coup in Turkey.”

      -100% agree. Egypt managed to survive fundamentalism that way. Now Al Sissi is the only leader from the ‘Islamic crescent’ who really fight against islam fundamentalism (not against Islam as a faith but as a political, legal, cultural, economical, educational institution).

      “Apparently the coup has failed…”

      -Sadly, it did. It has to be noted that Erdogan was aware of the situation and was planning a purge inside the army, as he had done in the medias and other strategic institutions (including his own government). So the planned coup probably came both too late and too soon, i.e not yet prepared enough and with enough backing, but in a situation where it would not be able to happen later.

      Erdogan has suddenly taken a 90° turn recently (apologies to Russie, revived relationship toward Israel, comunication of Turkey’s will of normalised relationship with Syria and Irak…), it’s pretty obvious something was on the verge of happening and he knew it. Rebels on their side felt they had to act now or never.

      The worst thing in this failure is now the dictator appears as the defender of democracy, even though he’s consistently trying to remove it, which he argue is legitimate bcause of his democratic power… Again it reminds of the Egyptian scenario with muslim brotherhood, and it underlines once again democracy’s paradox, as an ideology intrinsecally allowing it’s own removal.

      “Military can serve as useful insurance against crazies coming into power. Which means that Islamists will also try to Islamize military, so that it helps them take over the West.”

      -True. And not only in arab countries. Foreign armies are one of the priority targets of islam colonisation. Some strong and well organised cells have already been observed, especially in Germany, but also in Belgium, France, Spain and UK at least.

      • Vyse: True, posing as a victim is one of Erdogan’s specialties. The dictator had cleaned the army, Stalin style, earlier. In the case of Stalin, it worked very well. Even when the military and its head, marshal Georgy Zhukov, had immense power in 1945, they did not dare make a coup.

        I have no problem with Sissi. It was that, or letting the Muslim Brotherhood in increasing control, with gigantic consequences of the nefarious type, all over. The problem is that Islam as a faith is not tolerable, as is. At least as is, Wahhabi, Salafist, Literal, historical style.

  2. I agree that Western societies should not allow large numbers (or maybe any numbers) of Muslim immigrants and should not change anything to accomodate new immigrants. It should be vise versa. Muslim beleive does not blend well with living in western societies and Muslims (as long as they are truly followers of Quran) will always be a problem in any non-Muslim society.

    But, this article is a fear mongering bunch of hoot! Muslims are not immigrating due to any plans for conquest. Its happening for same reason most other immigrations occur, their home countries are a hell to live in. The West played a role in destabilizing Iraq, Syria, and Libya so our own governments have created this nightmare in part.

    Im not saying Western governments meant to create this migration problem. Just saying that they only cared about the special interests they were going for (thats corporate $$$$) and put little thought into other consequences.

    • Islam is a religion, ideology of conquest, and it matters little wether Muslims are consciously trying to conquer the West, as long as they are following Islam they will do everything described in the article because that is what Islam itself prescribes. I do agree that they are leaving their countries because they want better life outside their hellholes, but that does not alter the end outcome.

      And Muslim countries have always been unstable. Main problem is decolonialization, they just used a ruler to draw a bunch of straight lines on the map. This ended up in mixing various Islamic denominations together, and they went at each others’ throats, no further external input necessary, except removing a dictator here and there (due to nature of Islam, Muslims only listen to dictators – it is “might makes right” philosophy, so yes, removing Saddam and Gadaffi was a mistake. And yes, West did that for their own selfish interests).

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