“Islam is foreign and will always remain foreign”.
These are the words of well known German management consultant Reinhard K. Sprenger, written in major daily German “Die Welt”.
Sprenger wrote that like the relatively poor countries in Europe and risk-taking banks, Muslims are parasites.
Islam, he asserts, is foreign and will always remain foreign, and instilling fear is the only healthy way to deal with the parasitical. Only when it lives in fear of exclusion is it able to assume responsibility.
Thus, Sprenger claims, Germany is in need of a strong leadership that embraces the politics of separation, which Sprenger sees as a prerequisite for the politics of integration.
There was a heated debate in German media following the publication of a controversial book by the former Bundesbank official Thilo Sarrazin. The author claimed that Muslim immigrants to Germany are unable to integrate.
In the general elections in September of this year, in which the Sweden Democrats gained a foothold in parliament for the first time, confirm philosopher Slavoj Zizek’s claims that comments which were unimaginable in polite society a decade or so ago are now socially acceptable.
Both German Churches and politicians argued at the beginning of 2010, for more tolerance of Islam. Like this board advertisement from the Roman Catholic region of Essen. The tide of the German public debate has turned towards more restrictions on this religion, foreign to Europe.
Source: Israeli Daily Haarets.
I do not believe Europe need a strong leader to keep Islam outside of the continent. Europe needs the continued blessings of the Christian God, Jesus of Nazareth, by staying faithful to Him.
The Roman Catholic Church is one of the main culprit, for the rise of Islam in Europe. To see Catholic priest holdings hands with Islamic Imam’s for the sake of peace, is the new joint Fifth column that will rob Europe for its freedom and liberty. They all work for the One World Religion, that will bring religious dictatorship and the final anti-Christ on the stage.