lundi 30 mai 2016

Before the takeover, the rise of Muslims in politics

As seen in my previous paper, my opinion is that there will be a takeover of some European countries by Muslim parties, or alliances of Muslim parties with other ones, after democratic elections. Then, those Muslims governments will become more and more radical. And finally, you will have a war between UK, Germany, France, Italy, etc….

Logically, before that, there will be a rise of Muslim politicians in the political life of European countries. You will have more and more Muslims in the current political parties and you will see Islamic political parties created in the future in European countries.

And indeed, you now have more and more politicians in European countries from ethnic minorities. An article in the Guardian talks about 6,6 % of minority-ethnic MPs in House of Commons in 2015 (so in UK), a 7-fold increase in 23 years. In 2013, in Germany, you had 5,6 % of members of the Bundestag who came from ethnic minorities. In 2012, in France, it was 2 % of the parliament (Assemblée Nationale). In the Netherlands, it's 8 %.

It has nothing to do with European politicians opening freely to diversity or the fact that they think they need to give away a part of their power in order to give an illusion of diversity. It's just a part of the Jewish leaders plan.

Jewish leaders don't like to share their power. So, if all this didn't have an important purpose, you would never have those Blacks, Asians or Arabs in important functions.

It's true that we are talking about ethnic minorities here, not just Muslims. In the shown percentages, Muslims probably don't represent the majority of them. But it's just the beginning. If you already had plenty of Muslims among this ethnic minority group, people would protest. But with few of them, media can argue all this is for the sake of diversity. And of course, those Muslims are very moderate. They are example of tolerance, openness, moderation, assimilation, and so on. They are above suspicion regarding radical Islamism. So people can't criticize their presence in the parliament.

But in the future, the percentage will certainly increase.

It probably won't be enough to have a legal takeover. But you can have the following situation. Imagine that you have a rise of Muslim political parties; then, maybe you will have a situation with the Muslim party representing 25-30 % of the entire parliament and with 25 % of Muslims in the other parties. Then, one day, you will have a scenario where the Muslim party will take the power with the help of Muslims of more "mainstream" parties (and probably other political tendencies). Media will accuse Muslims from those parties of betrayal. It will help presenting Muslims as traitors (useful for the confrontation with White people after that). But it will be too late. And then the goal of Jewish leader will be achieve.

We can think that Jewish leaders will organize the rise of Muslim politicians also by local elections. In fact, it will be probably their main strategy to get this rise, or at least an important one.

At local elections, you can have many Muslims elected. Why? Because local elections are quite devoid of political signification. You just vote for some kind of administrator. So voting for Muslims has not much political importance. And it's especially true if there are just representatives of traditional political parties. As they represent just a fraction of those parties, people think they can't be a threat. Thus, media and politicians can justify more easily that traditional political parties get more Muslims elected there. And ordinary people think that having Arabs on the lists of traditional political parties at local elections isn't dangerous.

The fact that Arabs are inside the vaster group of "ethnic minorities" also helps people to have that feeling.  And as the percentage of Muslims in this group of "ethnic minorities" isn't too important, it also helps people feel that this trend of electing people from this group isn't dangerous regarding the problem of Muslim extremism. And, once again, the fact that the Muslim politicians present themselves as moderate, modern, assimilated, etc.., reinforces this idea.

Another thing, the emphasis is put by media on the idea that it's only justice to have people of ethnic minorities elected there. It's normal that they have representatives at local elections since they are normal citizens. Being for a better representation of ethnic minorities is being open, tolerant, not racist, etc… So people repeat this mantra they ear routinely and they end up accepting it as true.

Media also repeat that it's being racist to choose someone on his color or his religion and not on his political program.

Finally, people not only think that electing politicians from ethnic minorities (and thus also Muslims) isn't dangerous, but they also think they do the right thing morally speaking. They must do it to be the good cool modern guys.

And of course, a part of citizens from ethnic minorities will vote more for parties that have more candidates from ethnic minorities on their lists.  

Because of all this, it's much easier to have many non-white people elected at local elections.

For example, in France, regarding municipalities, you had 10 % of municipal councilors who were non-white in Toulouse in 2008, 11,5 % at Montpellier, 13,8 % a Strasbourg, and 11,5 % at Lille. In towns of more than 9.000 people, ethnic minorities represented 6,7 % of municipal councilors whereas they represented only 2 % of the parliament. In Paris, 16,7 % of the assistants mayor were non-white.

In London the new mayor is now a Muslim with roots from Pakistan (Sadiq Khan, since May 2016). Of course, he has been chosen for the purpose of Jewish leaders plan about wwIII, not because of his political ideas. And if he won, again it's because Jewish leaders have allowed him to win (with rigged elections).

You have the same thing in Rotterdam, Netherlands, where the mayor is a Muslim called Ahmed Aboutaleb. And it is said that his name his name has topped all the polls for the post of Prime Minister.

You have a confirmation of that here (article dating from 2009 or 2010): "As a general rule, the available information seems to indicate: the lower the political level, the higher the share of Muslims in politics. There are only few in the European parliament, but some bigger proportion on the national level, at least in those countries that have a significant Muslim population: France, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Bulgaria. The strongest participation is found on the local level, with several city and regional parliaments having Muslim delegates."

In the future, you will have more and more non-whites mayors of big and smaller cities. And many of them will be Muslims. And you will also have more and more non-white and Muslim municipal councilors.

The rise of Muslims at the local level will be the premise of the rise at the national level. With more and more Muslims elected at important local functions, it will seem normal to see them assuming important offices at the national level. If a Muslim is elected mayor of Berlin, for example, it will seem normal if he becomes a minister of the government, and maybe even prime minister (I thought I was a little bit exaggerating here, at least for now, but then I have seen the example of the mayor of Rotterdam). And you can count on journalists to make you think that.

It runs also both ways, as we can see with the example of London. Politicians from ethnic minorities already known at the national level can become mayors of important cities. At the beginning of the process, it's easier to get known faces elected in big towns.

So the increase of the percentage of colored people in the national elections will follow the one at local elections. For example, when you have 15 % at local elections, you will have 8 % at national ones. And when you have 20 % at local elections, you will have 12 % at national ones. Then, you will have something like 30/20, 35/30, 40/35 and 45/40. Of course, it's just a vague estimation. Maybe the gap will be less large, or the reverse.

You can also think that one goal of the election of Obama was to have people get used to see politicians from ethnic minorities assume very important offices.

Jewish leaders will probably try to get people accustomed to this situation before making it degenerate. So you will have a black prime minister of UK, an Arab prime minister of France. And all this without problem. So, people will get accustomed to it. And then, Jewish leaders will make the situation deteriorate. 

Of course, some people think and say that if you have a lot of Muslims elected at local elections, maybe one day, all this will have an impact at the national level. There will then be a risk of having more and more Islamic laws voted by the parliament. But, of course, media never point out this problem. For the sake of the Jewish leaders plan, they concentrate only on the fact that it's right to do that, that morally, it has to be done, and that what is important here is only our democratic values.

You will also have Muslim parties. You already have few ones. But there will be more. And they will progressively gain more and more power.

But they probably won't gain a lot of power soon, because Jewish leaders use the argument of betrayal from socialist parties (in order for the latter to stay in power). They are supposed to make more and more immigrants come each year in order to have people voting for them. So, having quickly powerful Muslim parties would make this reason invalid, since then socialist parties would fear to lose power in favor of those Muslim parties. But maybe that, at the beginning, there would be an alliance between socialist and Muslim parties in order to keep this reason valid.

Regarding media, you already have a lot of Arab or black or Asian people at the television in several European countries. Once again, it's in order to make people use to see colored people in jobs of power.


Another great thing with local elections is that you can justify the vote of foreigners. The idea is once again that as those elections haven't much political implications, it's not dangerous for the national sovereignty. So, why not let foreigners vote. Media push also the idea that as foreigners pay taxes, it's only justice to let them vote. And with the vote of foreigners, of whom many are Arabs or Pakistanis (and so, Muslims), you can explain the election of many Muslims.

This is why Jewish leaders have promoted the right to vote for non-European foreigners in European countries. Now, you have it in thirteen European countries. Non-European foreigners need to have lived in the country since several years in Belgium (2004 law), Denmark (1981), Luxembourg (2003), the Netherlands (1985), Sweden (1975), Finland (2000), Slovenia (2002), Slovakia (2002), Estonia (1996), Lithuania (2002), and Hungary (1990). For the UK, foreigners need to come from a country of the Commonwealth. And in Ireland (1963), there is no condition to this right.

You can see that, except UK, the most influential countries of Europe (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, etc..) don't allow extra-European foreigners to vote at local elections (for Spain, there is a law, but only for South Americans and it's not much used). Jewish leaders will probably make those countries allow this at the right moment for their agenda.

We can imagine that when there are 20-25 % of representatives from ethnic minorities at local elections, they will introduce those laws. Then, it will quickly be 30-35 %. You can't be sure, but I think that it will be done in ten or fifteen years.

Not long before that, media will point out that as many other European countries have made these laws legal, politicians from Germany, France, Italy, Spain, etc.., should be more open and modern and allow extra-European foreigners to vote at local elections. It will suddenly be a big thing.

Those laws will probably be voted by the Left parties. And as leftists have been pro-diversity since a long time, it won't surprise people. But, it's possible that in some countries, Right parties vote this kind of law, in order to make things not too obvious.

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