Brits on the brink: Experts say English must resist or lose

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It wasn’t long ago Donald Trump was criticizing the United Kingdom for not being aggressive enough in confronting radical Islam within its own borders.

Yet in the wake of yet another Muslim terrorist attack against the British people from homegrown Islamic radicals, now President Trump appears to be pulling his punches on the issue.

But whatever the euphemisms, experts claim the United Kingdom is facing an existential threat from radical Islam. And if the British people do not summon the will to confront it, they argue, England itself may become an Islamic state.

Internationally renowned human rights activist and anti-Shariah activist Pamela Geller, author of “Stop The Islamization of America,” said President Trump should immediately begin speaking again about his proposed “Muslim ban” and defend it as a necessary measure to protect the American people.

While he referenced “Muslim ban” while a candidate, his actual actions as president have identified regions of the world where terrorism is supported. That hasn’t stopped judges from citing his campaign rhetoric to deny him his programs to protect America.

“He formulated it initially in order to protect Americans from jihad terror attacks like the one we saw in Manchester last night,” Geller told WND. “He shouldn’t let the Democrats and RINOs intimidate him into dropping his concern for national security.”

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Geller further urged the British government to take a hard line with its own Muslims.

“The British government should tell the Muslim communities in the UK that there is one law for all the people, and it will be enforced,” she said. “The mosques will be monitored, and the preaching of jihad violence, Jew-hatred, misogyny, etc. will be severely prosecuted.”

Yet Geller believes there is little chance of such measures.

“They certainly will not do this,” she explained, arguing many British are more concerned about being called Islamophobic than stopping terrorism. She had a pessimistic vision of the future of the country, predicting “chaos and civil war.”

“There may ‘always be an England,’ but it will be a Shariah state,” she said.

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Paul Nehlen, the populist Republican who challenged Speaker of the House Paul Ryan in the last election and the author of the new book “Wage The Battle,” was more optimistic.

“The Brits are strong people,” he told WND. “The island has been attacked by so many enemies over the centuries and the British have managed to stand strong. It’s time for the British to re-engage their inner warrior.”

But Nehlen, who also produced a documentary detailing the dangers of mass Islamic immigration, said patriotic boasting and vows of resistance should not conceal the direness of the situation.

“The Brits must act on their intelligence rather than work to cover it up, as we saw with the Islamic Rotherham rapes,” he told WND. “Round up the Islamists and deport them to their home countries or establish a penal colony somewhere to remove these dangerous Islamists. Leaving them running loose on the island is a recipe for disaster after disaster. I’ve not given up hope on the Brits. I pray for their fortitude and resolve in the face of pending doom.”

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Historian and filmmaker G.M. Davis, author of “House of War: Islam’s Jihad Against The World,” says the terrorist attack provides an opportunity for President Trump to reintroduce a temporary ban on Islamic immigration.

“It is unfortunate that it should take a major Islamic terrorist attack to generate discussion of the right way to deal with Islam,” he told WND. “That discussion should be held regardless of the political environment in a sober and deliberate fashion. Still, it is only natural to reconsider the laissez faire attitude adopted by Western countries with respect to Islam on the occasion of a major attack. It would behoove President Trump to make a start at implementing his erstwhile ‘Muslim ban’ in such an environment and to make the larger point of the incompatibility between Islam and the West. If he doesn’t start now, he may never.”

But Davis, like Geller, is ultimately pessimistic about what the British government will do in the wake of the attack.

“There will be much done in the security sector to try to ‘clamp down’ on ‘extremism’ and the like but nothing will be done in a larger sense to contain Islam,” he said. “That would require a sea change in the mentality of the establishment, both in Britain and throughout the West, which a single attack, no matter how gruesome, is not going to change.

“The British establishment has been pursuing an essentially defeatist strategy toward Islam for many years; it is somewhat harder to know how representative of the larger population this attitude is. Certainly, politicians, pundits, academics, bureaucrats, officials, etc., almost universally act as though being labelled an Islamophobe is a greater danger than Islamic terrorism itself, such is the grip of political correctness on this issue.”

In the long run, regardless of whether individual terrorist attacks are prevented or not, Davis argues the United Kingdom faces an existential choice as to whether it will resist becoming an Islamic nation or not.

“The future looks bleak for Great Britain and the rest of Western Europe,” he said. “While the Muslim population of Britain remains relatively small (5-7 percent), the Islamization of Britain continues apace. Whereas the native religion and culture of Britain are weak and self-abasing, Islam is growing and defiant of the secular world around it. There are now more than three times the number of mosques in Britain as 15 years ago; London has a Muslim mayor; the most popular name for newborn boys in Britain is now Muhammed.

“Regardless of the relative intensity or quiescence of Islamic terrorism, there continues to tick beneath the walls of Europe a huge demographic mine that will one day explode, most likely in the form of civil war. At some point in the game, probably many years hence, ineffective European governments will lose control of their domestic situations: orthodox Muslims will be calling for more autonomy and elements of Shariah law, while fed-up elements of the domestic population will be forced to take matters into their own hands for their self-protection. At that point, we will begin to see quasi-militia groups forming on both sides, while official governments will be increasingly relegated to the sidelines. Modern democracy as we know it will cease to function and civil war will have begun.”

Davis says the example of Yugoslavia shows how supposedly successful multicultural societies can quickly devolve into ethnic conflict.

“β€œThe fighting in and around Sarajevo in particular bears attention,” he opined. “It shows how a hitherto peaceable, ‘multicultural’ city with a large Muslim population can rapidly disintegrate into urban fighting. It is only a lack of imagination that precludes one from seeing such a scenario unfolding in London, Manchester, Paris, Amsterdam, Cologne, etc.”

For his part, Nehlen says the hour is late for British patriots. However, he ultimately has faith they will be able to reclaim their country.

“The Brits are at the nexus of losing their country or pulling back from the brink,” he said. “But having lived in the U.K. for a few years, I know many Brits who have not given up and who will never give up. Remember, we refer to the 3 percent in this country who won the Revolution. The same could be true in the U.K. today.”

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Brits on the brink: Experts say English must resist or lose
Source: WND