Orianna Fallaci, the Italian journaist about to be tried in France for "Islamophobia" in her writing, is interviewed by the LA Weekly, and raises some interesting evidence that the massive Muslim emigration to Europe (and elsewhere) may be a conscious long term strategy to conquer via demographic tactics. Some excerpts:
... in 1972, she interviewed the Palestinian terrorist George Habash, who told her (while a bodyguard aimed a submachine gun at her head) that the Palestinian problem was about far more than Israel. The Arab goal, Habash declared, was to wage war 'against Europe and America' and to ensure that henceforth 'there would be no peace for the West.' The Arabs, he informed her, would 'advance step by step. Millimeter by millimeter. Year after year. Decade after decade. Determined, stubborn, patient. This is our strategy. A strategy that we shall expand throughout the whole planet.'
Fallaci thought he was referring simply to terrorism. Only later did she realize that he 'also meant the cultural war, the demographic war, the religious war waged by stealing a country from its citizens ... In short, the war waged through immigration, fertility, presumed pluriculturalism.' It is a low—level but deadly war that extends across the planet, as any newspaper reader can see.
...this passage from Fallaci's book: 'In 1974 [Algerian President] Houari Boumedienne, the man who ousted Ben Bella three years after Algerian independence, spoke before the General Assembly of the United Nations. And without circumlocutions he said: 'One day millions of men will leave the southern hemisphere of this planet to burst into the northern one. But not as friends. Because they will burst in to conquer, and they will conquer by populating it with their children. Victory will come to us from the wombs of our women.''
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