Migrant invasion of Europe

Serie A1

Robin
Obviously the bolshewiks learn from their mistakes

They crushed every form of Russian culture/religion/history in the 10s, 20s and 30s. Yet 100 years later the Russian people are thriving as if that era has never even existed

However if you replace a people as a whole instead of just trying to remould their identity, culture, history and so forth they'll never be able to bounce back

It's a genocide in slow motion

1. Russia has one of the largest Muslim populations in Europe, and it's estimated that by the mid-2030s Muslims will constitute 30% of Russia's population (https://www.rbth.com/lifestyle/330358-islam-russia-russian-muslims; some sources claim that the the percentages of adherents to Islam in Russia might already be around this figure).

2. Russia tried to join the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation as a full member in 2005, though it was instead given observer status. It has generally very close relations with the Islamic world.

3. Russia is an amazingly diverse country, both ethnically and religiously. It also contains Europe's only Buddhist-majority republic, Kalmykia:

 

Serie A1

Robin

Wuppertal 1902 vs Wuppertag 2015:

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So Germany has changed from the top technological and artistic marvel in the 20th century to something that will look completely different - all in the span of 2 to 3 decades.

In 1902 almost all countries in the world were not far removed from agrarian societies while the Germans built suspension railways. And one does not have to be angry at the Muslims there. They will just replicate their own countries which is logical to anyone except to the marxists and the brainwashed public.

RIP West.

Even the guy who popularised the term 'no-go zones' has admitted that they don't actually exist:

'In 2006, Daniel Pipes said that certain neighborhoods in France were "no-go zones" and "that the French state no longer has full control over its territory." In 2013, Pipes traveled to several of these neighborhoods and admitted he was mistaken. In 2015 he sent an email to Bloomberg saying that there are "no European countries with no-go zones."[33]'

 

LeoniusD

Kingfisher
Gulags don't exist during communist times.
Famine do not exist either - neither do massive shortages in simple daily materials - all of that cannot exist in the communist utopia, because otherwise the communist utopia would not be an utopia, wouldn't it?

As for no-go zones - the matter is not that you cannot walk through there or even live there. The matter is that postal services, courier companies, police officers, emergency services, firemen, blonde lone women, occasionally even too european looking men - all those get attacked and harrassed. Cars get burned once or multiple times a year - mostly cheap cars that the local poor inhabitants used, so they are left poorer.

We have currently effective nogo zones in Sweden, France and Germany is getting there.


A nogo zone does not automatically mean that you get killed and robbed there or that you may not even be able to live there especially if you look muslim or black enough. However it's essentially comparable to a very very bad black neighborhood - good luck living there while not being black. The crime rate may be even higher in the black neighborhood, but at least they are not stupid enough to attack firemen and emergency services, fedex still delivers there. It's a different kind of area where the local mostly muslims essentially create their own little fiefdom with as much as they can get away with - all without risking the implementation of huge police teams and mass arrests. So it usually resorts to attacks and violent harrassment.

Though - no country should tolerate that - any sane system would kick all of them out, offer them money for their citizenships and then give them a lifelong entry ban for all of Europe. That is what supposedly gulf countries are doing and I see nothing wrong with it. Only that gulf countries are not stupid enough to give every mohammed a citizenship - regardless whether he is there for 5, 10 years or is even born in Dubai. Plenty of Indians are born and raised in Dubai, but will never be a local citizen.
 

LeoniusD

Kingfisher
1. Russia has one of the largest Muslim populations in Europe, and it's estimated that by the mid-2030s Muslims will constitute 30% of Russia's population (https://www.rbth.com/lifestyle/330358-islam-russia-russian-muslims; some sources claim that the the percentages of adherents to Islam in Russia might already be around this figure).

2. Russia tried to join the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation as a full member in 2005, though it was instead given observer status. It has generally very close relations with the Islamic world.

3. Russia is an amazingly diverse country, both ethnically and religiously. It also contains Europe's only Buddhist-majority republic, Kalmykia:


This praising of diversity is one of the best hallmarks of the gay lobby. Heck - muslims do it too in the west as long as it serves them to take over demographically a certain area. Russia is overwhelmingly dominated and was dominated by the christian European - aka white - Russians. All the minorities everywhere don't matter and must be integrated into the Euro-Christian Russia.

The idea that you could be 70% muslim in 2100 in Russia and still speak of Russia is insane. Diversity is not a strength - it's a complete weakness. And minorities in a dominant country that exerts that dominance - those don't matter.
 
1. Russia has one of the largest Muslim populations in Europe, and it's estimated that by the mid-2030s Muslims will constitute 30% of Russia's population (https://www.rbth.com/lifestyle/330358-islam-russia-russian-muslims; some sources claim that the the percentages of adherents to Islam in Russia might already be around this figure).

2. Russia tried to join the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation as a full member in 2005, though it was instead given observer status. It has generally very close relations with the Islamic world.

3. Russia is an amazingly diverse country, both ethnically and religiously. It also contains Europe's only Buddhist-majority republic, Kalmykia:


I don't understand what your motive was for posting this. I am guessing it has something to do the usual low-key muslim bragging about demographically taking over a country (and therefor destroying it). Those who have lived amongst muslims will know what I am talking about.

"In 2060 Russia (or insert any other country) will be fully Islamic alhamdullilah. We have more babies, there is nothing you can do about it"

Spurring demoralisation and defeatism. And some trolling of course

Here's some real facts

*According to a 2017 study by the US State Department, Russia's muslim population stands at around 10 percent. Mind you, of those 14.7 million muslims the majority is Tatar/Bashkir and they, therefor, will likely have more affiliation with Russia than with islam

*

The statistics on the TFR per region debunk your implied notion of a fast growing muslim populace in Russia. The birthrates for predominantly muslim areas and predominantly Christian areas are nearly similar, with only tiny Chechnya being the exception

* Russia has millions of Central Asians within its border. However, after the 2014-2015 US sanctions and the subsequent recession many Central Asian workers left the country. I am sure corona will have only sped that process up
 
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Elipe

Woodpecker
Even the guy who popularised the term 'no-go zones' has admitted that they don't actually exist:

'In 2006, Daniel Pipes said that certain neighborhoods in France were "no-go zones" and "that the French state no longer has full control over its territory." In 2013, Pipes traveled to several of these neighborhoods and admitted he was mistaken. In 2015 he sent an email to Bloomberg saying that there are "no European countries with no-go zones."[33]'


Early Life section said:
The son of Irene (née Roth) and Richard Pipes, Daniel Pipes was born into a Jewish family in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1949
Hmm... I find this journalist very, very trustworthy and find no reason whatsoever that I should doubt what he has to say, especially when he flip flops on a politically controversial subject.
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member

A muslim started slashing at journalists in front of Charlie Hebdo's (former) office in Paris

FYI the Charlie Hebdo attack was a French ZOG deep state inside job.


The weapons of the perps were furnished by a secret service agent that never got prosecuted, the attack was carried at a time when the Charlie Hebdo staff, who usually work from home, had a large meeting, at a time when the security team happened to be away on a break. The Algerian brothers perps were groomed by a handler, they grew up as foster home child prostitutes in a project.

More broadly speaking, the climate of crime and violence in French and European ghettos is let to fester, with authorities collaborating with the local crime bosses, and a justice system that is dysfunctional by design.

There are no "no-go zones" in most Muslim/African countries, those countries are by and large conservative societies where the local thugs get thumped, except in countries ravaged by wars.

Western ghetto mayhem is carried for the purpose of fostering a civil war, building up a zio-nationalist vs leftie pro-immigrant hegelian dialectic. Same dynamic as in the US with BLM and anarcho-tyrany being set up to provide cover for a dysfunctional bankster kleptocracy.
 

Handsome Creepy Eel

Owl
Gold Member
Even the guy who popularised the term 'no-go zones' has admitted that they don't actually exist:

'In 2006, Daniel Pipes said that certain neighborhoods in France were "no-go zones" and "that the French state no longer has full control over its territory." In 2013, Pipes traveled to several of these neighborhoods and admitted he was mistaken. In 2015 he sent an email to Bloomberg saying that there are "no European countries with no-go zones."[33]'


I see the EU has shored up its PR department' s budget.
 

Sitting Bull

Sparrow
There are no "no-go zones" in most Muslim/African countries, those countries are by and large conservative societies where the local thugs get thumped, except in countries ravaged by wars.

Indeed. Most Whites who are not familiar with non-European countries mistakenly believe that the anti-national, globalist anti-racism they experience at home is a universal phenomenon. It comes as a shock to them when they learn it is unknown to most non-Europeans.

Reminds me of when a journalist publicly asked former French minister Ms. Belkacem how she had the gall to promote LGBT stuff which would have gotten her arrested and probably even assassinated in her Muslim home country, Algeria.
 

Rob Banks

Pelican
They didn't have illiteracy and donkeys two - or even one generation ago in many muslim countries?
They had illiteracy and donkeys in Medieval Christian society, too.

Another thing they had in Medieval Christian society was actual Christianity on a widespread societal level.

So why exactly was this bad?

In my opinion, what we have now is a deal with the Devil. We get widespread literacy and we replace our donkeys with cars (so in other words, communication and travel become more convenient), but we must also accept widespread degeneracy, faithlessness, and government tyranny that is enabled and made possible by industrial technology.
 
There are no "no-go zones" in most Muslim/African countries, those countries are by and large conservative societies where the local thugs get thumped, except in countries ravaged by wars.

I really don't buy the line that these people were law abiding, good-spirited people who, in the very moment they set foot on European soil, got corrupted by the evil White men and started uncivilised/ criminal behaviour abroad

There are no 'noble savages' in any of these countries

About that statement about the absence of no-go zones in Africa: when I was in Kenya the locals begged me not to visit the local Somali Eastleigh slum. It is, in many of these countries, also widely known that the rampant corruption has made criminals and government (up till the highest levels) two sides of the same coin
 
Another thing they had in Medieval Christian society was actual Christianity on a widespread societal level.

That's a very debatable statement to start with. Up until Late Medieval Times many non-Christian elements were present, even central to the faithful. Think folk magic, ancestor worship, the existence of fairees/elves/giants, the use of talismans, personal divination, the use of spells and incantations etc.

There were, and basically are, two types of Christianity. One for the (illiterate) masses, and the other one for the spiritual, theologically well versed clergy (who left all the written accounts). You can't expect an illiterate farmer to understand the intrisicalities of the Christian faith

So how did illiteracy work against Christians in Medieval times?

Illiteracy breeds dependance (on clerics), it breeds the spread (or resurgence) of pre-Christian beliefs and customs (due to theological illiteracy), and it creates a fertile ground for heresies (as many charismatic preachers cannot be countered due to the same theological blindness). If you can't read you also can't read the Bible
 
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