Tempers are fraying in a Brussels to enriched by Muslim diversity that the city is under lockdown and parts of it are no-go zones. They’re fraying so much that politically incorrect things are being said.
Yvan Mayeur, the socialist mayor of Brussels, said the closure of the city’s restaurants, museums and shops, which is feared to have cost hundreds of millions of euros in lost trade, had been a “catastrophe”. “We cannot continue to live in these conditions. We will not live under the Islamic regime,” he said.
“If we close schools, if we ban culture and shopping, if we do not allow people to live, to have fun, to relax, to go for a drink, if we prohibit all this, under what sort of regime do we live?”
It’s an Islamic regime either way.
The lockdown, like armed soldiers in the streets, bombings, massacres and the TSA, is just one of the side-benefits of Muslim migration. There’s a simple way to stop it so everyone can have fun or go for a drink. But that would be “against our values”. It’s much better to enjoy the enrichment.
Just don’t go to concerts or public places. Or go outside. Or go near the windows.
A 2007 poll showed that 77% of Syrians supported financing Islamic terrorists including Hamas and the Iraqi fighters who evolved into ISIS. Less than 10% of Syrians opposed their terrorism.
A poll this summer found that 1 in 5 Syrians supports ISIS. A third of Syrians support the Al Nusra Front, which is affiliated with Al Qaeda.
Only 13% of Syrian refugees will admit to supporting ISIS, though that number still means that of Obama’s first 10,000 refugees, 1,300 will support ISIS.
In the places where the Syrian refugees come from, support for Al Qaeda groups climbs as high as 70% in Idlib, 66% in Quneitra, 66% in Raqqa, 47% in Derzor, 47% in Hasakeh, 41% in Daraa and 41% in Aleppo.
Americans will also be able to enjoy the glamorous European lockdown lifestyle while staying true to “our values” of cringing in our homes while taking in more migrants who want to kill us.
I remember Manhattan after 9/11 and having to get past the police lines where streets were locked down and everyone was being asked for their ID. Shops were closed down for a lot more than 5 days. Meanwhile the papers were talking up those