France’s Muslim Problem Goes WAY Beyond ISIS – Just Take A Look

Written by Andrew Linn on November 24, 2015

It’s been over a week since the terrorist attacks took place in Paris. Since then, there have been a series of police raids (both inside and outside of France), terrorist attacks in Mali (and elsewhere), and the ongoing debate of Syrian refugees. And the day before the deadly attacks in Paris, there was a suicide bombing carried out by a member of ISIS in Lebanon.

Although ISIS and Syrian refugees were part of the equation regarding last week’s terrorist attacks, there is another factor at play: France’s Muslim population. Muslims make up around 10% of the population in France, hailing mainly from both North Africa and Sub-Sahara Africa. As is the case with the rest of Europe, France has embraced multi-culturalism, thus allowing many immigrants to arrive there. And immigrants from Muslim countries are no exception. In fact, they have become perhaps the largest number of immigrants.

France has had problems with Muslim immigrants (and the subsequent Muslim generations) before, ranging from the Charlie Hedbo attack to the rioting in Paris that took place ten years ago. There are even hundreds of no-go zones in France, which are Muslim neighborhoods where Sharia is practically in place and non-Muslims are not welcome (and hence subject to harassment and violent attacks).

Thus, it is a form of jihad, an invasion via immigration. Here is how it works.

The first phase is when Muslims make up around 1% of the population, and they are for the most part fairly peaceful (although not always). However, it is a good bet they are actually establishing a foothold for further Muslim immigration.

The second phase is when they make up 2%-3% of the population, in which they begin proselytize (try to convert) other people, particularly the degenerates of society.

The third phase is when they make up 5% of the population, in which they start making demands for halal food in the grocery stores and for allowing to establish Sharia Law in Muslim communities.

The fourth phase is when they make up 10% of the population, in which they start resorting to lawlessness and intimidation.

The fifth phase is when they make up 20% of the population, in which you see the rise of Islamic militias and places of worship being destroyed.

The sixth phase is when they make up 40% of the population, and they are carrying out massacres and chronic terrorist attacks.

The seventh phase is when they make up 60% of the population, and there is an increase in persecution of non-Muslims, increased enforcement of Sharia Law, and the beginning of ethnic cleansing.

The eighth phase is when they make up 80% of the population, and you start seeing state-sponsored genocide.

The ninth phase is when the entire Islamic population is around 100%, and thus complete Muslim domination. And even then, they might turn on each other for various reasons.

Thus, this is an attempt by Muslims to take over the world. France might have the highest Muslim population in Europe, but it is just one battlefield in the struggle between Islam and the West. If the West does not wake up and combat the problem soon (and effectively), then Muslim conquest will be the result.


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Andrew Linn
Andrew Linn is a member of the Owensboro Tea Party and a former Field Representative for the Media Research Center. An ex-Democrat, he became a Republican one week after the 2008 Presidential Election. He has an M.A. in history from the University of Louisville, where he became a member of the Phi Alpha Theta historical honors society. He has also contributed to and Right Impulse Media.