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Does Islam Have a Future in The West? - Part 1
The question of Islam’s role in the West has been a great concern since 9/11. It was the primary, core bout to be taken up after various terror attacks sowed fear into Western populations; of what it meant to have large groups of Muslims living and working in your city or neighborhood. Some of this died down after a decade, due to what many activists and politicians deemed to be a “warming up” of the American public to other religious and ethnic groups. Then came 2015, when Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president. The landscape changed on the right permanently to a populist movement of Americans seeing in Trump a leader that can help them ‘take their country back’, particularly from the regime that has no issue importing millions of migrants that Americans did not consent to accepting for their undercover interests.
It was interesting to see the direction my people took in the 2016 election cycle, to say the least. We had a choice between the slimy regime clown in a pantsuit, a woman that voted for the Iraq war and had been indispensable in the effort of bombing Muslim children in the Middle East; and a bombastic television figure that to the mainstream media and urban white liberal class was a vicious ‘racist’ that was going to put us in death camps, despite not having a shred of evidence in his track record of having hurt us in any significant way. Come November of that year, 85% of Muslims voted for Hillary Clinton, on the pretense of “we’re not voting for her, we’re just voting against Trump”.
What 2016 showed was deeper than what both Muslims and everyone else in America were mistaken about when it came to the “Muslim Problem”. Americans, as afraid as they were of us, were not seeing their country changed in any significant way by Muslims. There was never a “creeping sharia”, because American Muslims had no real concept of it in the first place. It was Muslims that were being changed by American culture, and not the good kind. None of us adopted the spirit of the frontier, of self sufficiency and a culture of dying for America’s soil and sovereignty because of the immense nature of what it represented, as you see in the sons of Appalachia and the upper midwest. What we adopted instead was the globalist, left-wing agenda specially crafted for the immigrant of color, with the occupational class stamp of approval lazily smeared all over it.
The true reflection to Trump’s win in 2016 should have been this: we screwed up over the past 20 years, big time. Turns out we have no idea where we are in the American culture war, and the people we’ve alienated don’t want more of us immigrating here en masse because we never made a true effort to make ourselves understood to them without effeminate scolding and Hutu vs. Tutsi tier rhetoric. We are in wereworlf country in the middle of the night with no flashlight and no map. Let’s re-evaluate our position as a demographic in this land that isn’t giving us what it was promising, and is increasingly frustrated with the alliance we built with their enemies and the regime that controls them. An alliance, of course, which is entirely one-sided and based on nothing but empty promises and emotion. No Muslim has had their lives changed in a positive way by the actions of a Democrat politician, only made worse with deteriorative policies that make our neighborhoods unsafe and civil life intolerable.
Instead, we got something else entirely. American Muslims couldn’t accept the fact that Trump won. And he won not because of a Russian collusion scheme (hoax), not because of voter machine fraud, but because of policy and what he represented to the American people. I’ve already mentioned Muslim’s Stockholm syndrome when it comes to the mainstream media, but there’s another strange idea I had an epiphany about the other day, that of all the delusions we adopted from urban leftists, the worst one has to be this idea we repeated during his presidency that leaders can “turn” the people a certain way in an instant and with a few words. The reality of course is the other way around, Trump came about as a consequence of the people’s desires and needs, not the other way around. he expressed what was already in them, he didn’t create it out of thin air. But of course, we expected millions of Americans to be as malleable, frivolous, and flippity as we are.
That alone should answer your question about whether Islam was ever even a threat to the West, or will be any time soon. And that isn’t even mentioning the fact that the only way Islam does spread in the West is through high birth rates and immigration, not due to mass conversion over a century like what the Ottomans faciliated in the Balkans. So really, all you have to do to shrivel up Muslim presence in an Anglosphere nation is to pull the immigration plug. That’s really it.
When it comes to Islam as a system of governance, the faith and laws absolutely rivals the Napoleonic code and the American systems in more ways than one, but the current stock of Muslims has proven to be too much of a failure to re-implement such vigilance even in their own countries, let alone a foreign one which they’ve been exposed to barely even begin to understand the cultural landscape of. Ilhan Omar, a Muslim congresswoman proposed sanctions on Brunei for trying to implement traditional Islamic laws in their nation, something they did of their own accord. Anyone who thinks that America will move an inch in the direction of Islamic jurispudence is being silly at best, and schizophrenic at worst.
So the question that naturally follows, is this: what should you expect from Muslims in the West later on? In The Big Step, Mahdi Lock’s book on the fate of Islam in the Anglosphere, he mentions how we’ll end up splitting into three main groups:
Intelligent Muslims, who either pack up and go home to their countries before their time is up, and if they aren’t able to because they’re refugees or such then they’ll at the very least move out of cities and remain lowkey/off the grid.
The mainstream American Muslims who continue to associate with CAIR, ICNA, RIS, Women’s March, etc. who after a decade or so will become unrecognizable to their counterparts in Muslim nations. They will continue to change into some deformed version of Western Islam that won’t appeal to neither Amerikaner or devout Muslim in the Middle East. These people will be neutered spiritually (and in all likelihood physically) and as such you should expect as much from them as you do hippies. Random outbursts of degenerate behavior and scolding with no serious long term impact.
The rest will just leave the religion. At most with these folk, they’ll let you know their parents were Muslim, and it ends there. These are the shameful ones who will fade in the abyss but will retain their “cultural” practices that they like for the sake of having an identity, much like Arab Christians who emigrated here decades ago who just pass for white today.
Lock assumes, since he put out his book right fter the 2016 election, that Trump was indeed the leader that would bring an end to mass migration and shock Western Muslims in tangible ways. That never panned out, as we all know by now. We do however see that today, five years later with Eric Zemmour in France who is what Trump pretended to be during his campaign (and even more than that). But that country is France, which has always hated Arabs and Muslims (no surprise there, they’re just….French. What are you going to do about?) and this is about America. Will they end up down the same path?
Now? I don’t think so. Two things happened over the past ten years that will play into the American Muslim fate later on. The first is that we’ve been assimilated so heavily into the left’s globohomo agenda that much of the right now sees us as another one of their underclass enforcers against them after decades of MSM emotional hypnosis and pandering. Each minority demographic is like this. Their alliance to the left isn’t based on real shared values and morals; but fear, threats, and manipulation on the basis that the big bad Amerikaner is going to harm them. Black Americans vote Democrat as if they’re going to be whipped in the streets and enslaved again should their district turn 51% red. Many Latino Americans vote Democrat as if they’re going to be catapulted over the border any day now, with the only thing shielding them being the gallant and courageous Democrats. And now Muslim Americans vote blue consistently because many are under the irrational fear that the NSA is going to barge into our homes and put us in camps on suspicions of “terrorism”. That was a thing with first generation immigrants, and they handled it with much more vigilance, but not you and me who were born here. The reality is that most of us have been neutered to such a degree that if push comes to shove, God forbid, they’ll just assume we’re on their side. You don’t realize much about our situation until you finally admit that American Muslims and those in Muslim heartlands are two entirely different species.
Recently, there was this insane case of one of CAIR’s directors being exposed for leaking their confidential info to a ‘hate group’ for years that many of us saw. It was pretty shocking to everyone, and cases like this might be what you recall when I say that none of us are a threat to the establishment. You’ll point fingers at people like me and go “See Abdullah! We are targeted! We are a threat to the capitalist American establishment!”. Then you read further and find out the ‘hate group’ was a group of nobodies led by an even bigger nobody, a neocon who tried to capitalize on the “Jihadist threat to the American way of life” but got embarassed due to their own failures and faded into obscurity. This is not an example of “the establishment”. It’s the equivalent of Pelosi and AOC pretending they’re victims of the hateful white supremacist threat because they’re “FiGhtIng tO pRotEcT dEmoCrAcY!”
If you are an American Muslim that is given speaking roles at conventions and recieves invites to DC political party events and fundraisers, you are not a threat to the establishment. Nobody is “out to get you” the way clowns like Ilhan Omar and Linda Sarsour pretend is the case. You are the establishment now. And the reason you are not chased, belittled, jailed and tortured like a real dissident is because its already assumed you’ve given up your religious interests and made them subservient to that of the regime.
The second thing is that the left has proven itself to be a much greater threat to the American people than Muslims could ever be, especially with the coming of the COVID tyranny schemes and economic destruction that has disrupted the lives of not just Americans, but the rest of the world. Muslims for the first time in a long time are no longer a matter of major public concern. So whatever future populist movement led by an American Caesar comes about (and he will come), I doubt that his main focus will be on Muslims and Islam themselves rather than immigration as a whole, if he’s smart. And most Americans will be okay with that.
So should there be violence in any form in a conflict that seems to be brewing from the insanities of the left and the occupational class, you should absolutely expect some Muslims to join the regime’s side and embarrass us in grand fashion. Most of us will stay out of sight or out of country (if we can still leave it, and most of us will wait until it’s too late) until it’s all over. Our primary goals of tearing down Zionist support for Israel and advocating against intervention in our nations (which are the only two noble causes we have) could and should continue, but those might end not as a consequence of anything we’ve done, but because of the regime’s replacements (may they arrive soon, Inshallah) realizing how harmful those two things are to America’s interests as a soveriegn nation to even be concerned with. Many on the dissident right are already on board with this.
If you want my advice, do what I do and just lay low. Worship God in peace and without interruption, make as much money as you can and prepare for the worst whilst praying for the best. This shouldn’t scare you. It should assure you that everything is in Allah’s hands and whatever challenges we face will be within our capacity to handle. What matters is how you’ll handle them.
And you’ll know when the time comes.