Ronald Reagan said: “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free”.
So what is our generation’s job? It is to never accept escalated situations! If we do not inform ourselves and others, if we do not stand up and speak out, if we do not remind the world of the freedoms and the peace that we are already starting to lose, our children will never know what we have lost. Because they are already growing up in a world where it is “normal” to meet police armed with machine guns in our cities and hearing about people being killed by terrorists here in the West. The transmission of our free culture will be broken and gone until somebody, in some distant future, survives breaking free of tyranny and barbary and manages to start a new period of freedom to develop and enjoy the full potential of a human life.
So many people have sacrificed so much for the liberties we are enjoying today: Democracy, Freedom of Speech, secularity and the equality of women. Right now our politicians and media is giving it all away in a suicidal attempt to appease a 1,400 year old desert god, his criminal prophet and their millions of fundamentalist and violent followers. We have to remind people that in a democratic society everyone is responsible for the development of society and the living conditions of future generations. We have to protect Free Speech – the mother of all freedoms – first of all by using it to criticise the powers that try to take it away from us. We have to spread information about Islam.
We have to remind our politicians and our fellow voters of their responsibility. And we have to be active, courageous examples for others. My guess is that very soon soldiers will be a part of daily life in our cities and Europe will be surrounded by high fences protecting us against terrorists and the never ending and ever growing tsunami of non-Western refugees and immigrants. Western countries will pool their police forces to more effectively secure safety and strike down on self-established, rioting Sharia zones.
It will end with a ban on Islam, I am sure, and jihadis and their supporters will be deported. But it will be a long and unpleasant struggle to enforce this fully, before free thinking people again can enjoy freedom safely. Always with compassion as our guiding light and always with the wish to create the least possible amount of educational or necessary harm. Fighting Islam is not about anger or revenge, but about stopping an ideology that forces its followers to enslave, harm and kill each other and the rest of humanity. Remember: the first victims of Islam are Muslims, who are born into a religion that takes away even their most basic human rights and orders them to behave in ways that only fills their lives with more suffering.
If we cannot reform or dissolve Islam and thereby free hundreds of millions of people (the Muslims), then the least we can do is to limit its area of influence by keeping it out of our societies. Here is what you can do: Keep translating and sending articles to media, politicians, blogs and Facebook. If your country has a National Guard then I advise joining it. Support peaceful, democratic organisations and demonstrations that work against Islamic immigration and sharia. Write letters to the editor. Avoid halal if you can, since the money for halal-certification of slaughter houses goes to the Muslim World League which spends the money on promoting sharia worldwide. Promote win-win solutions such as building safe places for refugees close to their own countries where we can help dozens of people for the same money it costs to host a single asylum seeker in a Western country.
All the best, Nicolai
P.S. Find more news on Islam on europenews.dk, jihadwatch.org, thereligionofpeace.com, vladtepesblog.com, pamelageller.com and gatesofvienna.net.