ROMNEY WORDSWORTH – While it may be true that not all Muslims are Terrorists, it is also true that virtually all Terrorists these days are Muslims, who are waging terror campaigns in the name of Islam.  They have been very busy in the last few years, having launched the invasion of an entire continent, Europe, and the issue of Europe being destroyed or surviving the current onslaught is very much in doubt.

Because this is an existential fight that will forever change the course of human history, I have decided to devote a column to the state of the ongoing war every Tuesday.  This will not just be a dutiful recitation of the latest Jihadi attacks, but will also examine events and trends that are the consequence of those attacks.

The first such trend that we will look at is the changing political climate in Europe.  Ethnic Europeans are being terrorized by savage mobs of Muslim Rapefugees.  Their governments, run by Socialists, have ignored public complaints and have been cavalier with the safety of the citizenry.  While leaders like Angela Merkel of Germany instructs police departments to bury data that would reveal the extent that this is caused by Muslim migrants, and threaten prosecutions for “hate speech” against those who speak out, the ranks of everyday European citizens continue to seethe in anger.

Muslims agressively block streets in Paris with “prayer services”

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A poll by the major French newspaper, Le Figaro, has found that there has been a sea change of attitudes torwards Islam among ethnic Frenchmen in France.  From 2010 to 2016, the number of Frenchmen who “totally reject” Islam has gone from 39% to a majority of 52%.  The poll also found that 47% of Frenchmen consider the presence of Muslim communities a threat to France’s identity, up five points from 2010.  Only 1 in 5 Frenchmen surveyed still say they believe Muslims culturally enrich the country.  In 1989 33% of Frenchmen responded that they were “in favour” of building mosques.  Today that figure has plummeted to just 13%.

This change in attitudes has translated into the rise of the National Front Party in France, headed by Marine LePen.  Long tarred by French Socialists as “Far Right”, it is a measure of how much the French citizenry is becoming radicalized by the insane immigration policies of the EU, which threaten the continued existence of Europe as a part of Western Civilization.  Similar political changes have come to Austria, and anti-immigrant parties are on the verge to coming to power in the U.K. and in the United States.