Perhaps Chancellor Merkel is so self-centered that she believes that as long as she has proper security to protect her, she really need not worry about the welfare of her fellow Germans. If so, she is not only derelict in her responsibilities to the citizens Germany, but is a selfish and wicked woman. Regardless of that issue, it is clear that she has misgoverned Germany by allowing Muslim immigrants, few of whom appear to have the slightest inclination to assimilate in German culture, or even obey basic German laws, to overrun the country. Now that they are there and have established enclaves divorced from Germany and its laws, one can only wonder what she plans next.
German Muslims have established a self-styled biker gang — modelled on the Hells Angels — aimed at protecting fellow Muslims from the “ever-growing hatred of Islam,” according to Die Welt.
The emergence of the group, which aspires to open chapters in cities and towns across Germany, has alarmed German authorities, who have warned against the growing threat of vigilantism in the country.
Muslim vigilantes enforcing Islamic justice have become increasingly common in Germany. The government’s inability or unwillingness to stop them has led to the rise of anti-Muslim counter-vigilantes. Germany’s BfV intelligence agency, in its latest annual report, warned that an escalating action-reaction cycle could result in open warfare on German streets.
What is that law of physics that said something about every action causing an opposite and equal reaction? It may not apply to cultures in precisely the same way as in the highly mathematical world of physics, but the point is well taken.
This gang of Muslim bikers claims to desire peaceful coexistence with all religions, and further claims that any members who engage in violence except in self-defense will be expelled from the group. We shall see.
Although “Germanys Muslims” claims to disavow violence, police say that several of its senior members are known to be Salafists, whose aim is to replace liberal democracy in Germany with Sharia law. One of its members, for instance, was detained as a security precaution during the Tour de France, which passed through Mönchengladbach on July 2.
German police describe the group’s founder, Kunst, as an “Islamist who moves in Salafist circles.” In a video that is no longer available, Kunst called on the group’s members to protect mosques and Muslim women.
Even if their claim of tolerance and the repudiation of violence is true, there is still the problem of their ultimate goal — to install Sharia law as the ruling body of law for Germany. That means the end of Germany as anything resembling a modern western state.
Here is where the details of the Sharia law issue are made plain. And given the Salafist influence within the Muslim communities and their “enforcement groups,” there is reason for great concern.
In its annual report released on July 4, Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV), said that Salafism is the “fastest-growing Islamic movement in Germany.” The report revealed that the number of Salafists in Germany jumped to 9,700 in 2016, up from 8,350 in 2015; 7,000 in 2014; 5,500 in 2013; 4,500 in 2012; and 3,800 in 2011. According to the BfV:
“Salafists are seeking to impose a theocracy based on their interpretation of the Sharia and in which the liberal democratic order no longer applies. Political and jihadist Salafists share the same basic ideology. They differ primarily in the means by which they wish to achieve their objectives…. Nevertheless, it should be noted that political Salafism has an ambivalent relationship to violence… it does not always prohibit religiously-sanctioned violence.”
There’s the statement that sounds the alarm: “It [Salafism] does not always prohibit religiously-sanctioned violence.”
And here’s and example of the result:
In Berlin, a hundred Islamists are now openly enforcing Sharia law on city streets, according to local police who are investigating a recent string of violent assaults in the German capital. The self-appointed morality police involve Salafists from Chechnya, a predominantly Sunni Muslim region in Russia. The vigilantes are using threats of violence to discourage Chechen migrants from integrating into German society; they are also promoting the establishment of a parallel Islamic legal system in Germany. German authorities appear unable to stop them.
German culture including its laws and way of life hang in the balance. One must doubt the sincerity of the expressed desire of these Salafist-influenced gangs to live in harmony with their German neighbors. There is precious little reason to believe them, and plenty of evidence to support the notion that this is nothing more than a Trojan Horse scenario.
In fact, that’s not even accurate. The invaders are obvious, and the doctrines on which their ideology, religion, and cultural standards are based are published and available to all who wish to read them. There are abundant examples of how they pursue their goals, again for all to see.
Unless the groups in Germany are profoundly different in beliefs and behaviors from what should be expected, Germany is in very deep trouble.
Source: Gatestone Insitute
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