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Fjordman Back in the Saddle — More or Less
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April 18, 2006, 08:07 PM
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Apparently we need to redefine the status of the blogger Fjordman to merely "semi-retired," since he continues to write important commentary about Europe under the effects multiculturalism and Muslim immigration. On Monday, he posted a critique of Sam Huntington`s work for not recognizing the uniqueness of the Islamic threat (The Retreat of the Western World Order).

The latest, The Fall of France and the Multicultural World War, is pretty grim in its subject matter.

If Muslim immigration continues, the impending fall of France could mark the starting point of the Balkanization of much of Europe, perhaps later even North America. I fear this is a world war. Maybe future historians will dub it the Multicultural World War. Just as WW1 was caused by Imperialism, WW2 by Fascism and the Cold War by Communism, this one will be caused by Multiculturalism. The term "the Multicultural World War" has been coined by Fjordman. I find this to be more accurate than "The Islamic World War" because what will cause this world war is Western cultural weakness, through Multiculturalism and Muslim immigration, rather than Islamic strength

Fjordman notes the rapid growth of Islam and its institutions in France, where many immigrant ghettoes have de facto sharia law and one in three babies born on French soil is now Islamic. Adult Muslims say things like, "We must burn France, as Hamas will burn Israel." The symptoms of social crisis are there to see, from the employment riots to the horrific kidnapping and torture-murder of French Jew Ilan Halimi by a Koran-reading Muslim gang.

With his usual fearlessness, Fjordman sketches out scenarios of how Europe`s future might go, from inevitable Islamification following the entrance of Turkey into the EU, to a glimmer of hope.

Remember that Fjordman recently defined Mexico`s relationship with the United States as "war ... using massive immigration to conquer your territory," so he grasps the big picture of culturally inappropriate immigration.