Daniel Greenfield writing at his blog Sultan Knish carefully explains what we already know. Islamic terrorism isn’t the end goal, taking America over from within is the long range plan.
My personal theory is that every time one of the Islamic hot-heads pulls off a terror attack in the West, the long term caliphate-planners cringe.
The latter think in generational terms (unlike western secularists), and they use the Hijrah, the migration, to quietly build Muslim ‘communities’ around mosques, and then throw their kufi hats into the local political arena.
But, when the Islamic terrorists can’t be patient and control themselves, then more Westerners wake up and that isn’t good for the shariah-planting planners.
Here is a bit of what Greenfield said:
ISIS does not plan to defeat America with terror plots. But those plots will eventually accumulate into an organized domestic terror organization. An Islamic State in America based around a majority Muslim town or neighborhood with its own leader pledging allegiance to the Caliph of the Islamic State.
An American Molenbeek; and there are already plenty of candidates for that horrifying honor.
Any Muslim plans for expanding into the West depend on Muslim immigration. Whether it’s ISIS or its Muslim Brotherhood ancestor, or any of the other Islamist organizations and networks, they all require manpower. Some of that manpower will be provided by high Muslim birth rates, but it won’t be nearly enough, not for a country the size of America, without a large annual flow of Muslim migrants.
We are told that halting Muslim immigration would only encourage Muslim terrorism. But our open door to Muslim immigration certainly hasn’t stopped terrorism. Instead it has increased it by providing reinforcements to the terrorists. If we can’t stop Muslim terrorism with the population we have now, how are we going to manage it if the Islamic population continues doubling and even tripling?
Flashback to 2007!
I can’t get this story out of my mind. In 2007, only a month after Refugee Resettlement Watch launched, the Washington Times reported that Imam Yahya Hendi (now the Muslim chaplain at Georgetown University) told a Saudi audience that the US would have 30 Muslim mayors by 2015.
Obviously he was overly optimistic.
2015 has now come and gone. There might be a couple, does anyone know?
And although he doesn’t mention migration, he does say they aren’t converting enough people to Islam to get their numbers up high enough, fast enough.
Now, I ask you, if you are a ‘moderate’ Muslim happily living under the US Constitution, why does it matter what ‘religion’ a mayor is?
And, just imagine if we said we wanted 30 Catholic mayors by ___(date). Or, God forbid, someone said we are aiming for 30 Jewish mayors by some date in the near future, all hell would break loose in the media.
No hell broke loose for Hendi. Other than me, at RRW, I don’t think anyone paid a minute’s attention to Hendi’s braggadocious prediction.
Here is what he said, reported by the Washington Times on August 6, 2007 (emphasis is mine):
“I think the future is bright, because of our wisdom in dealing with the reality,” Mr. Hendi, a Palestinian by birth, said at a gathering of Saudi academics on a visit to Saudi Arabia.
“There are serious efforts being made among the second and third generation to become part of the political establishment. The challenge we face is in the media and from some Christian extremists who don’t want an Islamic presence in America.”
Mr. Hendi said U.S. Muslims were working on “nationalizing” Islam as part of the fabric of U.S. society, including cutting funding links to Muslim countries. [LOL, I doubt the funding from S.A. has been cut!—ed]
“Last year, we elected the first Muslim to Congress, and I expect that by 2015, there will be three or four, as well as at least 30 mayors,” he said, adding that the number of Muslim lawyers in the United States has multiplied since September 11.
Continue here (amazingly the link is still live, maybe not for long).
Again, I ask you, if a mayor is a true believer in the US Constitution, and not attempting to slip shariah law into a community, what difference does it make which ‘religion’ the mayor practices?