The other day in a waiting-room I picked up a recent copy of "Time" Magazine, and glancing through its 'Letters' page, "The Conversation", my attention was drawn to a letter from a reader in Berlin.
That letter is worthy of note, because it reveals that, although outlets such as "Time" are still solidly in the Muslim corner, energetically promoting the hijra - the immigration-invasion - that is currently flooding Europe (and Germany in particular, of late) not all their readers are convinced; not all their readers are persuaded to "trust us, and not your lyin' eyes".
So here is that letter, verbatim, exactly as it appeared in "Time", February 19, 2018. All bolding is mine, for emphasis.
"The Intolerant Immigrants".
"RE - "When the Only Home You Know Becomes A Place You May Never See Again" (February 5th) [that is: the February 5th issue of "Time" Magazine - CM). - I live in a part of Berlin with a predominantly Muslim immigrant population.
"I realize that the reasons for their diaspora are very real, and that it is our duty to provide a safe haven for the oppressed.
"BUT I have become somewhat immune to the feelings of solidarity expressed in your article.
"Even here, far from the conflicts in their homeland, I am confronted with a hate of other religions, a readiness to condone human rights abuses, and a steady, easily discernible radicalization.
For 'radicalization' read "rise in aggressive jihad-mindedness" - CM
"The resulting problems are hardly experienced in the more affluent districts of the city.
"But here, as in other European cities, those (I assume this refers to the original non-Islamic inhabitants of the affected districts - CM) who can move out, do so, leaving an ever more violent ghetto." - Patrick E. F. Villiers, BERLIN."
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