If there's one quote that sums up the immigrant crisis plaguing Europe, it's this, from a Muslim refugee to a columnist: "They [infidels] are too easy to fool."
Columnist Burak Bekdil wrote in a piece for the nonpartisan Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies think tank that in 2016 he hosted three Afghanistan refugees while on one of the Aegean Islands. His conversation with them was revealing: (emphasis bolded)
Over coffee, they said they were glad to be hosted “not by an infidel on this infidel island” but by a Muslim. The young Afghan who was dressed like a dancer from a cheap hip-hop clip on MTV said, “One day we good Muslims will conquer their infidel lands.” I asked why he was receiving “infidel” money for living. “It’s just halal,” he answered. “They [‘infidels’] are too easy to fool.”
The refugees also sang the praises of Turkey's Islamist dictator Recep Tayipp Erdogan and said they wanted to "increase the Muslim population" in Germany, where "they will be the best paid for being 'poor' refugees." German's states' budgets have been severely strained by the refugee crisis.
Earlier in the column, Bekdil had a conversation with a Syrian refugee, identified as "A," who thought that the European social workers aiding the Muslim refugees were being naive:
“I’ll tell you strictly Muslim-to-Muslim,” A. said in good English after having poured down a few shots of whiskey. “These (European social workers) are funny guys. And they’re not just funny. They’re also silly. I don’t know why on earth they are in love with a Muslim cause that even some of us Muslims despise.”
In other words, there are too many Europeans who turn a blind eye to the illiberal Islamic Sharia supremacist ideology that is pervasive in various Islamic countries, and Islamists are taking advantage of that.
Look no further than Sweden, which has seen an alarming spike in rapes after being flooded with migrants from Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Swedish authorities responded to the crisis by ... issuing a book informing migrants that rape is wrong.
London's mayor has informed citizens that terror attacks are just "part and parcel of living in a big city"; they have now become routine in London and throughout Europe. Meanwhile, police reportedly arrested one of the suspected terrorists in the recent subway bombing two weeks prior to the attack, yet let him go.
Until Europe abandons multiculturalism and embraces sensible policies to crack down on the Islamist ideology and stem the flow of migrants, Islamists will take advantage of their naivete.
H/T: Daniel Horowitz