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The end result may be that the Muslims become a permanent pest well into the future, as they peck away at the social order of the West while their population rises in the host countries, no longer being “small trouble.” Like a parasite that eventually wins out, or better yet, a cancer, only time will tell. Is it out of the realm of possibility that we simply don’t allow anymore Muslim emigration to the West, and if the problem persists, we begin sending them back to their place of origin?
Why live with the problem if it can be moved back to from whence it came? Large populations have been moved before, although the results have been less than humane. Maybe the 21st Century West could be the first to attempt it and succeed with little or no inflicted harm. And yes, it would be a temporary blow to the concept of freedom for a society that promotes individual freedom, (unlike those under Islam) but it would be for self-preservation, wouldn’t it be? Assuming those in the West wish to preserve their Judeo-Christian heritage. In the meantime, I suspect we need to find alternative sources of fuel (something the West should have been working on for the past 30 years) before this thought ever sees the light of day.p>The West operates under the rule of law, but laws can be changed especially in order provide for the very survival of the civilization and its cherished institutions. This is done historically during war time. And last time I checked, we are in a war; a long, protracted conflict that may easily last decades. Unless some of the more violent and xenophobic tenets of Islam are exorcised from their cult, this problem will persist. It is part of their body politic, religion and history. Everywhere in the world where Islam exists, its adjacent non-Islamic societies are in a tense relationship. Then again, it may not matter given the West is not reproducing at a rate to maintain itself, especially in Europe. Never mind?