December 18, 2017

The Migration of Abuse: The Irony of the Muslim Refugee Crisis

The irony of the refugee crisis is that migrants are fleeing abusive Muslim countries and arriving in countries that promote the very same totalitarian abuses that led to the migrant problem in the first place.

Instead of promoting true and equilateral tolerance, for example, allowing all people of all religions to discuss and debate their views, countries that heavily promote Muslim immigration, such as Germany, Sweden, France and Britain, are unequivocally favoring and promoting Islam even above the beliefs of their own people. Totalitarian beliefs and Muslim Sharia laws have helped to cause the migrant problems in the first place in their own countries and are now being employed in the EU.

Syria is the main provider of refugees and the fighting there is between 'rebel' soldiers who support the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, who don't want Assad to be in power anymore, and the group self-defined as the Islamic State.

The Islamic State stands with al-Qaeda as is considered one of the most dangerous jihadist groups, after its spread in Syria and Iraq. It was formed basically in April 2013, growing out of al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI).

It would be more logical for countries that do welcome Muslim refugees to allow the Christians and people of other beliefs in their own lands to reason with Muslims, to debate ideas, and to be free to share the gospel of peace and Christianity if they wish to, instead of claiming that there is "hate speech" anytime someone offers an alternative voice or debates the subject of religion. But instead of this, we are finding Orwellian totalitarian dystopias forming in the very countries that are supposed to be the "better" alternatives. True concern for wellbeing is what drives the Christian scriptural view of humanitarian aid and assistance, not merely checking off boxes for numbers of people relocated.

The Gatestone Institute has documented how Sharia Law is now being widely promoted in European countries. And there is a dark irony at play when secularist Europe promotes the inordinate suppression of its own women, among other ironies: "To paraphrase the American writer Daniel Greenfield, the irony of women celebrating their own suppression is both heartbreaking and stupefying."

In short, Europe is increasingly promoting Sharia law, which has been the justification for persecuting and murdering infidels and causing the refugee crisis in the first place. The fact is, many strict Muslims think that killing an infidel guarantees going straight to paradise, that all apostates are to be killed, and that men have a certain right over women.

According to Italian sociologist and author Massimo Introvigne, Christians continue to be the most persecuted believers in the world with over 90,000 followers of Christ being killed in 2016, mainly at the hands of Muslims. But we don't hear much about this persecution from politically correct leftist governments. Rather, if you happen to use "hate speech" in questioning ideologies, then this is treated as the most serious issue by far.

And the effect on the women in Europe should not be seen merely as an undermining of ideological feminism. Statistics show that serious violent crimes against women have increased based on Muslim immigration. In terms of the most severe abuse in Sweden, "92% of all ‘severe rapes’ (violent rapes) are committed by those of a migratory/asylum background." The most violent types of rapes tend to statistically occur with groups of men and gangs. In Sweden, "According to a recent survey, 94% of gang criminals have at least one foreign-born parent." This abuse is not limited to Sweden. After Denmark submitted to United Nations pressure in 2015 and began allowing in thousands of refugees, the rape rate soared 163% in just one year.

Extreme Intolerance against Jews and Christians in Europe is on the Rise

Here is one example of the imported hostility: "French-Jewish families are being forced from their homes in Paris suburbs as Europe continues to be convulsed by levels of anti-Semitism not seen since the end of the Second World War."

In Sweden, Muslims can freely form mobs and chant "Death to Jews" with no repercussions, as the concept of "hate speech" apparently does not apply to this protected Muslim class.

The British activist and nationalist Jayda Fransen was recently arrested for "hate speech" for expressing political views publicly. The actual words that were hateful have never apparently been specified.

The Britain First leader, Paul Golding, said in a statement: “A large group of plainclothes police detectives from Belfast of all places jumped out of nowhere and have arrested Jayda. Guardian Today: the headlines, the analysis, the debate - sent direct to you Read more “What have they arrested her for? Both of us addressed, made a speech, at a public demonstration outside Belfast City Hall all the way back in August."

The EU bias against Christians extends to a bias against Christian refugees fleeing for their lives from Mulsim countries. Lord Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, claimed that "politically correct" EU officials were "institutionally biased" against Christian refugees: "In this the British government is not just breaking its manifesto pledge to look after Christian refugees, it also appears to be breaking the law.”

While Islam shares a core disapproval of such things as homosexuality, Christians are the ones being punished in Europe for their religion, not Muslims. Sweden passed its hate speech statute in 2002, and this was the basis for the arrest of Ake Green, pastor of a Pentecostal congregation in Kalmar, Sweden, that was sentenced to one month in prison for preaching against homosexuality.

The EU is now flexing its muscles and threatening to punish Poland for not freely accepting Muslim refugees. Both Merkel and Macron support the heavy-handed forcing of Muslim immigrants into Europe. Macron calls reckless immigration "the rule of law" in the land:  “I will support the initiatives taken by the European Commission every time it defends the rule of law. And on this, there will be no complacency.” The EU is increasingly becoming less democratic and more totalitarian.

Germany apparently still likes to play Gestapo, and now it's doing it for the politically correct police state: "German authorities, meanwhile, have reached a deal with Facebook, Google and Twitter to get tougher on offensive content, with the outlets agreeing to apply domestic laws, rather than their own corporate policies, to reviews of posts."

The irony and self-contradiction of Islamo-Leftism is explained by Pascal Bruckner, who describes Islamism as a "battering-ram" to bring about the downfall of free-market capitalism, in which the left views the sacrifice of individual rights, such as women's rights, - as an acceptable trade-off.

The basic definition of the word "Islam" means "submission to God." Islām is the verbal noun of Form IV of the root, and means "submission" or "surrender". Muslim, the word for an adherent of Islam, is the active participle of the same verb form, and means "one who submits" or "one who surrenders". In extreme political correct climates, it is forbidden to point out basic facts about Islam, such as it's basic definition and what this implies for all of the culture, society, and politics that govern any country that becomes predominantly Islamic. Instead of promoting dialogue and discussion, politically correct politicians attack anyone that points out facts. And they will even resort to legal action and arrest for the sake of furthering their politically correct ideologies.

Even the most basic research will show why Muslims, in general, do not assimilate into other countries and cultures and why Islamic immigration should be treated with caution, not with reckless abandon. President Donald Trump was correct in assessing the very real threat that comes along with accepting immigrants from the most extreme terrorist Muslim countries and the need for careful vetting.

Image from website of UNHCR The UN Refugee Agency

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