By Bernie on 01 Mar 2009
It starts off innocently enough, You are sniffling and sneezing so you decide to take W (I don't want to mention brand names of medicines that might label my post as spam), which contains Pseudo-ephedrine. You get rid of the sniffles, but unfortunately one of the side effects is insomnia. So for insomnia you take Y, a popular Sedative-hypnotic, which helps you sleep, but your face becomes swollen and you develop a skin rash.
So for the skin rash you apply some Z, a Hydro-cortisone Lotion, to the affected area, but that puts you into a state of excessive sweating (Hyperhidrosis), so you take an anticholinergics drug which raises your blood pressure too high which you ameliorate with X, an Orlistat, which has the interesting property of rendering you fecally incontinent. The other name for fecal incontinence is anal leakage. You stand around minding your own business when all of a sudden you feel an oily, uncontrollable stool-stream passing through your impotent anal sphincter.
So that's how it happens, in small, barely perceptible stages if you are not careful: you start with a simple cold and you end up with brown stains in your underwear.
And so it is with the rapid growth of Muslims in Europe. In 1900 there were 50 thousand Muslims in the whole of Western Europe (1). In 2008, it was a thousand times as many: more than 50 million (2). By 2050 Europe will be a Muslim continent (3), as will be most of the world.
As for anal leakage, it is interesting to note that one of the side effects of having your throat slit during a beheading is fecal incontinence. That's right you poop in your pants. When Europe becomes predominantly Islamic, we can expect many more instances of beheadings during honor killings, forced conversions, and in general insults to Muslim sensibilities. I don't know what the proper drug is for stopping anal leakage. I know the proper prescription for avoiding the Islamic takeover of the world.
University of Cambridge UK, Islam and Muslims In Europe Today (PDF)
1.Although the Muslim presence in Europe is ancient, the presence of substantial minorities in West European cities is historically a very recent phenomenon, dating back largely to the 1960s. In 1900, for instance, Western Europe as a whole had just fifty thousand or so resident Muslims, almost all in France,...
Islamicpopulation.com, World Muslim Population 2008
Continent Population Muslim Population Muslim Percentage Africa 967 462.36 47.81 Asia 4,050.6 1,103.75 27.24 Europe 735.2 51.46 7 North America 331.7 7.13 2.19 South America 576.85 2.41 0.42 Oceania 33.54 0.50 1.49 Total 6,694.89 1,627.61 24.31
Planck's Constant, Vatican: the Muslims have overtaken us
THE number of Muslims has overtaken that of Roman Catholics for the first time, according to the Vatican.
Muslims account for 19.2% of the world's population, while Catholics make up 17.4%, according to the Vatican's new statistics yearbook, which is based on figures for 2006.
"For the first time in history we are no longer at the top: the Muslims have overtaken us," said Monsignor Vittorio Formenti, who edited the yearbook.
Planck's Constant, The Sunset of Christianity
consider this: Ethiopia had five million people in 1900; now it has 64 million, and it's projected to have 145 million by 2050 [BBC]. The largest religion in Ethiopia? Islam.
Planck's Constant, Islamic Russia and the End of Civilization
According to the US Census International Data Base By 2050, Russia's population will be 109,187,353. what's missing from this analysis is the fact that Russia already has approximately 27 million Muslims and at their current fertility rate there will be more Muslims than non-Muslims by then.
Planck's Constant, The French Baby Boom - A Bomb waiting to Explode
By 2050 France will not be a country filled with French but by Muslims who won't even be speaking French or even know anything of French culture.
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