Pravda on the Hudson raises possibility of Muslim repatriation
Just out from the Times, a piece by Dan Bilefsky and Ian Fisher:
As I’ve said a hundred times, we don’t have to deport all the Muslims. If we show them that we don’t want them here any more, many of them will start to leave on their own. Notwithstanding the birth-rate cultists (you know who I’m talking about) and other determinists, notwithstanding the voices of “realism” that say the idea that we can make the Muslims leave the West is sheerest fantasy and that we must all adapt ourselves to an Islamic future, it is not over. We are still the masters of our fate, if we would only realize it.
By the way, notice how the article says that the belief in the unassimilability of Muslims that was once held only on the “far right” is now spreading to the center. This demonstrates my definition of the three types of politics. Reactionaries and traditionalists recognize a threat to their society the moment it appears. Conservatives recognize a threat to their society only after the society is half ruined. And liberals and leftists recognize a threat to their society only after the society is completely ruined, or they never recognize it at all.