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If you haven't yet seen the film 2012, you may want to come back to this article afterward since it may contain SPOILERS.
Directer Roland Emmerich, whose films have grossed more than $3 billion worldwide, started off destroying cities: Washington, D.C, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, and others in his film Independence Day, then went on to destroy continents: we see the entire northern hemisphere covered in ice in his film The Day After Tomorrow.
So by natural progression, the next step was to bring the entire world to an end on December 21, 2012.
But there are a few things you will never see Emmerich destroying in his films: mosques, Islamic holy cities, or the Kaaba. In his new film, we see many buildings and statues of various religions being destroyed except for one particular religion: Islam. Seems Emmerich and his producer/co-writer Harald Kloser, originally considered including Mecca in the world-wide destruction but then chickened out.
This is just another act of dhimmitude by westerners afraid to stand up for their own values.
“Well, I wanted to do that, I have to admit … but my co-writer Harald said I will not have a fatwa on my head because of a movie. And he was right. … We have to all … in the Western world … think about this.
You can actually … let … Christian symbols fall apart, but if you would do this with [an] Arab symbol, you would have … a fatwa, and that sounds a little bit like what the state of this world is. So it’s just something which I kind of didn’t [think] was [an] important element anyway in the film, so I kind of left it out.”
We are often told that only a tiny fraction of Muslims are crazed jihadists. So consider this: Muslims in the US represent only a tiny fraction (less than 2%) of our population, yet a tiny fraction of a tiny fraction of Muslims is enough to put the fear of Allah into film producers in this country.
Given this fear over a tiny, teeny, weensy little fraction of our population, what will happen if we allow more Muslims to come into this country, so many that they come to represent ten or twenty percent of the population as is happening in Eurostan? How fearful will we be then? Who will stand up to their constant, continued, unending demands for accommodation, appeasement, and concession? Who will be able to resist demands for prayer times in factories (shutting them down completely 5 times a day), for foot-baths in public places, for modesty clothing among the female populace, infidel or not?
I have to ask this: at what percentage will it be impossible to stop their coming into our country? Is it already too late? Mosques are going up as fast as churches are coming down. Now that the camel has put his nose into our tent, we will soon find him entirely inside. Although 2012 may be a fantasy, the end of days are indeed fast approaching.