There was a time when politics interested me. But then the difference between the rhetoric of politics and its practice dampened my curiosity. Although every so often someone comes along who doesn’t give a rats rear end about the politics of sensitivities.
The Moroccan-born mayor of Rotterdam has said Muslim immigrants who do not appreciate the way of life in Western civilisations can ‘f*** off’. Ahmed Aboutaleb, who arrived in the Netherlands aged 15, spoke out in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris last week. Appearing on live television just hours after the shootings, Mayor Aboutaleb said Muslims who ‘do not like freedom can pack your bags and leave’.
Mr. Aboutaleb apparently knows freedom, and likes it, for if he didn’t he would have caved to the politically expedient thing and kept his mouth shut. His advice is well said and well taken, as well. This is a good start. Unfortunately there are many too many craven political souls who won’t call the issue for what it is.
It’s long past the time when Muslim invaders, and others should be thrown back where they came from, particularly out of the U.S. It is too easy to get into this country. The issue isn’t immigration. It’s invasion. What couldn’t be accomplished through war is taking place through the guise of illegality. Mr. Aboutaleb makes the assimilation point for his town in a rather abrupt but direct way, but it speaks well to the general idea. People have no intention of immigrating because they desire freedom and to assimilate into such a culture. They invade to parasitically leech from the land and its people and to establish their own society while deconstructing the present one.
It’s been said that nature abhors a vacuum. The invasion of the U.S. now occurring is a result of the slow dismantling of societal Christian underpinnings. It is the political practice of relativism run amok.