The World Before and After Radical Islam

Years ago, before the word “globalist” was part of the everyday vernacular, German Chancellor Angela Merkel once proclaimed that Europe’s experiment with multiculturalism was a cataclysmic failure. She was right.

Fast-forward to today, and Merkel and her other European counterparts are multiculturalism’s biggest advocates. It’s still unclear how Merkel was able to pull such a blatant about-face on the issue — perhaps she was coerced into doing so by less-than-reputable political forces. But we digress.

When a country relaxes its borders and begins accepting anyone with a pulse as an immigrant, it’s the dominant culture that changes, not the individuals coming in. It’s often said that immigrants assimilate over time, but as the image to the left clearly demonstrates, this is not the case.

What’s especially powerful about this image is that it shows the real progress the Arab world was making before radical Islam became more mainstreamed. Sadly, this same process is repeating itself in parts of the world that were once seen as the safeguards against tyranny.

~ Facts Not Memes

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