“You will see more and more people fighting for religion and blood and culture and all these things as a motive to commit violent acts, saying they have no other option but violence to make their statement,” she says. “That means the parliamentary model, the model of dialogue, that is going to be undermined by both sides”—the jihadists and the European traditionalists, both.Exactamundo--and brilliant!
As evidence, she cites not only the Muslim radicals like [Theo Van Gogh's assassin Mohammed] Bouyeri and the Khadr family that set up their own radical shop here in Canada, but the Norwegian terrorist, Anders Behring Breivik, who has confessed to murdering 69 people as a reaction to the rise of European Islam and in the name of, according to his rambling manifesto, medieval Catholic crusaders. She believes there are many others in Europe who think like him.
“He is talking about the Knights of the Templar. That is pure regression. He’s not a worshiping Christian but he’s become a political Christian and so he’s reviving political Christianity as a counter to political Islam. That’s regression, because one of the greatest achievements of the west was to separate politics from religion.” Multiculturalism, she states plainly, is “going back in history.”
Sunday, October 23, 2011
Hirsi Ali 'Splains What Multiculti Has Wrought: War Between Jihadists and European Traditionalists
I am usually impressed by Ayaan Hirsi Ali's insights, but this analysis in an article by the National Post's Kevin Liblin struck me as being especially shrewd: