(Tea Party 247) – While the dumpster fire that is our own culture war here in the US rages on, across the pond on Europe, the entire continent seems to be proverbially burning (and literally, sometimes.)
Sweden has been one of the most heartbreaking examples of the destruction of Western culture, and yet if you bring it up to the mainstream American media they’ll scoff at you.
Meanwhile, women are buying pepper spray in record-highs as rape and sexual assault rates skyrocket, no-go zones are far from fictional, and grenade attacks are on the constant rise.
Is this all due to widespread migration from the Middle East?
Yes. But that’s not the whole truth.
The whole truth is that the vast majority of the migrants Sweden accepts are from Muslim-majority countries and bring the culture of their destructive, anti-western faith with them.
A doctor in theology in Sweden is now speaking out:
“Evil,” wrote Hannah Arendt in “Responsibility and Judgement”, are things that make us think “this should not have happened”.
In the midst of Christmas preparations, evil is making itself known – first an act of terror at a Christmas market in Strasbourg. A man shoots irrationally straight into a group of people who drink Glühwein and buy Christmas gifts. Five people die and ten are injured. This should not have happened.
Barely a week after the massacre in Strasbourg, two young women, Norwegian Maren, 28, and Danish Louisa, 24, are bestially murdered in Morocco.
The two friends were going to spend their Christmas holidays hiking in the Atlas Mountains. What would be an adventure, a memory for life, ended with their death. Several men are arrested, suspected of killing the two women. This should not have happened.
The common denominator of the deeds is spelled Islamism. The perpetrators in Strasbourg, as well as the murderers in Morocco, are reported to be Islamist terrorists.
Blinded by religious fanaticism and hatred of the Western lifestyle which they regard as sinful, they attack innocent people. We are their enemies.
Today, Sweden is for ISIS terrorists what Argentina and Brazil were for the Nazis after World War II.
A sanctuary where they can lick their wounds and start a new life without taking the consequences of the assaults and crimes they committed.
Instead of being locked up, the terrorists are visited by a social secretary. It is high time we change our attitude, states Ann Heberlein.