Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Merkel Calls Berlin's Vehicular Jihad "Incomprehensible"

There are none so blind as those who cannot--who refuse to--comprehend jihad--which, really, is as easy to understand as the Muslim Brotherhood's mission statement: "Jihad is the way; sharia is the goal; and martyring oneself for the cause while terrorizing and mass murdering as many infidels as possible is, like, awesome!"

Or words to that effect.

Update: Bruce Bawer sheds light on the fraught situation: August 2015, Western Europe's most powerful leader, Angela Merkel, invited all Syrian refugees to come to Germany. The floodgates opened even wider. Syrian refugees poured in – but most of them proved to be neither Syrians nor refugees. Naive do-gooders who welcomed these monsters into their homes ended up being raped and robbed. And the terrorist attacks became even more frequent. On November 13, 2015, jihadists slaughtered 130 people in and around the Bataclan Theater in Paris. Then came the aforementioned New Year's Eve carnage. Brussels was hit in March, with 32 civilian deaths. On Bastille Day, a truck-driving terrorist mowed down 86 pedestrians on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice. And these were just a few of the jihadist offenses committed in Western Europe during this period. As I write this, a Turkish cop shouting “Allahu akbar!” has just gunned down Russia's ambassador to Turkey, and – shades of Nice – a truck driven by a Muslim has plowed into a busy Christmas market in the center of Berlin, killing at least 12 and injuring dozens. (P.S. Apparently Merkel heard of the attack shortly after attending a celebration of the “International Day of Migrants.” This is not a joke.) 
The good news is that this year's spikes in out-of-control immigration and in jihadist terror appear to have been accompanied – at last – by an equivalent spike in outrage. Western Europeans' fury over the relentless rise of Islam in their midst – and at the complicity, and complacency, of their leaders – may finally have reached a tipping point...
Maybe. But, the multiculti orthodoxy being so deep-seated and widespread,  I wouldn't count on it. It's far more likely that the latest "incomprehensible" act of jihad will be framed like this.

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