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Dhimmitude in Europe: How the fear of Muslim rage threatens free speech and democracy


Dhimmitude in Europe: How the fear of Muslim rage threatens free speech and democracy

August 9, 2014 By Tim Burton

Our forefathers fought for the freedoms we currently enjoy, including the right to free speech. Now fear of Muslim rage has inspired European governments to crack down on those very freedoms

BIRMINGHAM, UK, 06 August 2014

The concept of “dhimmitude” was introduced into Western discourse by the writer Bat Ye’or in 1983. “Dhimmitude” refers to the phenomenon of non-Muslims appeasing and surrendering to Muslims, and also to discrimination by Muslims against non-Muslims resulting in their eventual subjugation in Muslim majority regions. Over the past forty years or thereabouts, governments throughout Europe have imported large numbers of Muslims into our societies without any thought as to how this might affect the indigenous population.

Any opposition by indigenous Europeans to this huge social experiment was countered with charges of “racism”, “bigotry” and “Islamophobia” – and even when evidence was published of the criminal and anti-social behaviour of Muslims in our societies, such as this report from the Law and Freedom Foundation on the Muslim sexual grooming of young non-Muslim female children, where it was revealed that Muslims were 150-200 times more likely to indulge in such predatory behaviour – the response of those in power was to play down such reports for fear of Muslim rage.

Even when it became clear that Muslims were intentionally trying to subvert many of our institutions – such as with the Trojan Horse allegations concerning Birmingham schools – such allegations were initially ridiculed as being founded on “racism”, “bigotry” and “Islamophobia” but were later found to be not only substantiated, but far, far worse than had been originally thought, with boards of governors conspiring to introduce a hard-line Islamic agenda in several cities around the UK. Despite this, the Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, said that trying to introduce and reinforce British values in UK schools could upset “moderate” Muslims.


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