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The Ultimate Objective of Islamists

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In recent months, terrorist and criminal attacks have been launched by Islamists within many European states. As a consequence, many people — mainly white, non-Muslim Europeans — have been killed or injured in the heart of Europe. Nevertheless, the primary purpose of such attacks is not simply to kill Europeans, but to change the thoughts and behaviors of those who survive. Furthermore, if the number of attacks becomes markedly higher, European nations will be awakened and react against the Islamic threat in order to survive.

Most mainstream analysts claim Islamic violence is an effort to terrorize Europeans in order to influence their policies in the Muslim world. But this analysis is not sufficient and does not reveal the ultimate aim of the Islamists. The explanation of their behavior lies in the Islamic theology and is revealed by their modus operandi during the attacks.

In fact, all Muslims, and not just the Islamists, have the “divine” duty to bring all of us to their brotherhood, the so-called Islamic Ummah. In order to achieve that, they are ordered by their God to use any means including raw force. When raw force is not an alternative, Muslims try to peacefully convince the “infidels” to convert to Islam or use covert pressure and camouflaged force.

Generally, in order to convert more easily to another religion, one should first lose a spiritual connection to one’s own nation, religion, customs, civilization — in other words, one’s identity. This is the exact aim of the recent attacks in Europe, either by the so-called “lone wolves” or by organized Islamic terrorist groups. The real target of the Islamists is the European identity. They try to prevent or hamper Europeans from expressing their identity by participating in national and religious (non-Islamic) celebrations and generally by living according to traditional or modern European norms and ways of life, which are totally incompatible with the way of life imposed by the Quran. Losing the European identity would facilitate the future conversion of Europeans to Islam.

  1. In December of 2014, a Muslim shouting “Allahu akbar” attacked Christmas shoppers in Dijon, France.
  2. The 7 January 2015 Charlie Hebdo massacre in France was a physical attack against journalists and cartoonist who insulted Muslims. Furthermore, it was an attack against the freedom of speech and an effort to introduce religious censorship in Europe, contrary to our common ethical and legal principles.
  3. The 21 August 2015 shooting and stabbing incident on board a Thalys train in France was a physical attack against innocent passengers of the train. At the same time, it was a symbolic attack against Europe on board a train which constitutes a technological attainment which facilitates the transportation, communication, and interaction between European people.
  4. The 13 November 2015 terrorist attacks in Stade de France and the Bataclan Theatre in Paris were launched against people who attended athletic and cultural events that are not Islamic oriented.
  5. On 25 December 2015, due to intelligence services’ information about imminent terrorist attacks in Belgium, Germany, and other European countries during Christmas, the free movement of citizens was restricted for security reasons (e.g. metro and train stations were closed). Consequently, Europeans were prevented from participating in traditional religious celebrations, such as the Christmas parade in Brussels.
  6. The sexual attacks of Muslims against European women during the New Year’s Eve celebrations in Cologne, Zurich, and other European cities, as well as similar attacks which took place in August 2014 and August 2015 in Stockholm during “We are Sthlm” festival, were not just about sex, although it is well-known that Muslims are overrepresented among perpetrators of rape and sexual attacks all over Europe. By making it unsafe for European women to appear in public, Muslims are imposing de facto purdah in European societies.
  7. On 12 January 2016 a suicide attack in Constantinople, in Turkish-occupied Europe, killed 11 people. The suicide bomber was identified as an ISIS member and the victims were Europeans. Although the attack may harm the Turkish economy, the choice of European victims means that it is also an attack on the European spirit of exploration.

In conclusion, it is not a coincidence that the aforementioned attacks had a common — though covert — target, which is the European identity. Islamists will continue launching small or wide scale attacks against every symbol of European identity, material or spiritual. In addition to killing and raping infidels, Islamists will target cultural monuments, works of art, religious ceremonies, public celebrations, and any other activity which promotes the European identity and constitutes an obstacle to their domination over Europe.

Taking this analysis into consideration, the European countries’ intelligence and security services should start reassessing their security plans for cultural monuments and gatherings, especially during public celebrations such as Mardi Gras and Halloween.

In any case, whether European governments decide to take effective action against Muslim terrorists or not, we the Europeans must safeguard our identity and reject both Islamic obscurantism and the fake idea of multiculturalism.


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  1. Posted January 23, 2016 at 11:25 am | Permalink

    “…. in Constantinople, in Turkish-occupied Europe….” I’m glad someone else refuses to accept the rape of Byzantium. The terrorist state of Turkey has even less legitimacy than Israel.

  2. Sean
    Posted January 21, 2016 at 1:21 pm | Permalink

    Islam has been on a war footing since day one and nothing has changed. They are out to conquer and believe lying is a valid method to achieve their goals. You can’t trust any of these stiff necked desert cut throats.

  3. Dan O'Connor
    Posted January 20, 2016 at 2:34 pm | Permalink

    There is no such thing as ” Islamism ” or ” Islamist ” , only Islam, or too be more precise Arabisation . To be Islamised means to be Arabised. There is no ideological disagreement between mainstream orthodox Islam and Al Queda or Isis and no disagreement about end goals . The only disagreement is about methods used to reach those goals and who should be in charge of the coming caliphate . It is similar to a turf war between two rival New York Sicilian mafia crime families, but on a far larger scale.
    Islam is a competing, parasitical and predatory collective human organism consisting of 1.6 billion individual cells, and it acts like a collective organism. It has no central control. It is self-perpetuating and self-replicating. Like a virus or a very resilient insect species, it has evolved very effective ways and strategies over the last 1400 years of defending itself and expanding.
    The methods that Islam employs are in the form of a multi-pincer strategy both from the top , the middle and below . Economic, cultural, political, agit-prop propanganda, territorial no go zones, White flight ethnic cleansing , and demographic conquest by the womb and mass migration OIC ( the largest single voting block of the UN consisting of 57 Islamic nations, ) Saudi / Gulf State oil $$$$$ / investments.
    Muslims employ a combination of victimhood from below coupled with agression , threats, terror and domination from above and they alternate between the two. They use a combination of divinely mandated deception, half-truths, obsfucation, goobledeegook, and tart up Islam as a
    ” religion ” as a way to prevent any questions and give an air of spritual respectibilty , In reality its DNA and cultural psyche is rooted in nothing deeper than 7th century desert brigandry.
    Arabs / Muslims have a seething envy and hatred of the unparalled achievements of the White man and Western civilization in every field of endevour.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted January 20, 2016 at 5:04 pm | Permalink

      I like this guy.

  4. Posted January 20, 2016 at 6:39 am | Permalink

    I don’t find your argument convincing. It’s perfectly reasonable to assume that the reason the targets and events you named were selected simply because those were locations where large numbers of people were congregating, and the objective of Islamist attacks is always to attain as high of a body count as possible, and to instil fear in the rest of the populace, which can be achieved by attacking places where people usually feel safe. It’s similar to the fact that Islamists have long been fixated on attacks on commercial airplanes; it’s not that they have any particular problem with air travel per se, but rather that destroying an airliner in flight is an effective way of killing and terrorizing a lot of people. I don’t think there’s any reason to assume that there is any motive beyond that. Not that their motives particularly matter, in practical terms.

    • Chris Bisdas
      Posted January 21, 2016 at 5:49 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for your comment!
      What you describe is the modus operandi of mainstream terrorists.
      I imply that, in addition to this, Muslims try to convert us to Islam. For them it is better to make us Muslim than kill us all.

      • Posted January 22, 2016 at 10:26 am | Permalink

        You’re welcome. Yes, I agree, of course Islamists (and I’m sure the majority of Muslims) would like to convert Europeans to Islam, they make this quite clear in their literature and public statements (although in this they are really no different from Christians, just more aggressive about how they go about it these days). But I don’t believe that they are selecting targets according to some deliberate strategy of attempting to attack European culture itself. I think they attack targets, as I said, where they can get a high body count and that are high profile. It only makes sense that many of these targets also possess European cultural significance, but I think that’s incidental. The proof of this for me is that certainly there is nothing more representative of European culture, and few things less protected, than churches and cathedrals, and yet there haven’t been any attacks on those.

        • Sandy
          Posted January 23, 2016 at 7:37 pm | Permalink

          There would be no need to attack churches and cathedrals for two reasons. The churches have been infiltrated and are sympathetic to Muslims and secondly an attack on a cathedral would destroy the myth that we worship the same God.

          • Posted January 26, 2016 at 8:02 am | Permalink

            That argument is flawed since ISIS and other groups have had no qualms about attacking churches and other Christian targets in the Middle East.

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