Moscow’s Muslim Problem


On August 31, 2011, the Muslims took over downtown Moscow for a prayer vigil:

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  • Marty

    Russia is doomed, as is most of the rest of europe to return to (an islamic) dark age that will endure a very long time. The best we can hope for is that at least some europeans will still want to preserve western civilization and hold up in enclaves. They will become the frontline against the islamic genocidal death cult that is determiend to completely destroy a culture that preceded muslims by at least a millenium.

  • William_Z

    Putin, what are you going to do now?

    • pennswoods

      Where is Putin? He's hunting in Siberia, or else on the phone telling dirty jokes to Italian PM Berlusconi, maybe he's trashing the USA again. Meanwhile, since he left the KGB in the early 1990's, Moscow has become 20% Muslim in the last two decades. This Muslim migrant population from the Russian Federation's east grows daily. The Russians better get control of their rapidly evolving Muslim problem in European Russia or it will overwhelm them sooner then they think. Haven't they learned anything from their constant conflicts with Islamic Jihad over the last several centuries?

  • Herman Caintonette

    You just don't get it, do you? Since 1980, the top 1% have kept every benefit of increased productivity for themselves, and you wonder why we have had a population decline in the Western world? When times are hard, people choose not to make babies.

    You brought the rise of Islam upon us and now, you don't like what you have wrought?

    • Spider

      I agree but disagree on one very important point – Due to productivity increases in the last 60 years America should have a standard of living 6 times what it is today. I have a great article by a top economist with charts to describe this phenomena. What is his conclusion for where all this productivity went. "Our government stole all of it" he concluded – not big corporations. This is easy to explain since interactions with big corporations is volentary however the government steals productivity by force of law.

      • Raymond in DC

        Some of that productivity went to the government (which simply consumed it). Much of the rest went to foreign oil and gas producing nations. Trillions have been pulled out of the US economy since the first oil crisis of 1973. The government's "remedies" to the resulting stagnation are twofold: stimulus spending and cheap credit. And we see how well they've worked out.

    • Western Canadian

      Amusing, the way you pretend you are not an islamist, and yet offer up every asinine and worthless defence of the violence, hatred and bigotry that has been part of its DNA since its most regrettable creation.

      Actually, when people become rather well to do, that is when they cease having large families. You really are a walking encyclopaedia of utter rubbish. You must try hard.

      • intrcptr2

        Nope, he doesn't try at all, it is all instinct.

        Like that bit about the 1% enjoying every last shred of the benefits of productivity increases. Seems he is blissfully unaware that his computer is itself one of those benefits. Don't wait for him to admit being of the 1% by virtue of his having a computer, though.

    • intrcptr2

      This is perfect.

      Apparently your vaunted knowledge of the law prevents you from reading or thinking straight.
      How is it you explain the fact that the US is still growing demographically? Much of Western Europe is not, true. But then their economies are much less regulated than ours so they are each plagued by a predatory capital class…, oh wait, no, Europe saddled itself with the very system which your type thinks we ought to have here, a la Obama.

      The US still has a net birth rate that produces growth, despite abortion and birth control schemes etc. I am pretty sure that adding 82 million people in that time span, an increase of over 30% from baseline (A number which incidentally is greater than any single nation in Europe) does not count as population decline.

      I am sorry, but I did miss something; just who is it brought the "rise of Islam" upon whom? As I recall, we weren't here then. Rather in a curious twist of history, Islam spawned the US, quite indirectly, I suppose I should mention, lest any get some silly ideas.

  • crypticguise

    I must concur with "…Russia is doomed, as is most of the rest of europe to return to (an islamic) dark age that will endure a very long time…"

    Muslims are incapable of developing a modern society, and they are dying as a culture even as they outbreed Western Civilization. Islam is rotting the planet, one ignorant individual at a time.

  • 080

    I'll believe it when the Muslims establish no-go zones in Moscow as they have in France, where, by the way, there are 750 of them. What is a no-go zone? Coming soon to a city near you if it's not there already.

  • ObamaYoMoma

    On August 31, 2011, the Muslims took over downtown Moscow for a prayer vigil:

    Indeed, nothing to worry about here, since most of the writers on FPM constantly assure us all that most of the Muslims with the few exceptions of radicals and extremists are so-called moderates, as Islam is a Religion of Peace™ being hijacked by a tiny minority of extremists. They also constantly remind us of the existence of radical Islam as opposed to the implied moderate and peaceful Islam. Thus, I'm sure that crowd of Muslims aren't radical Islamists, as the caption would have read instead the radical Muslims took over downtown Moscow for a prayer vigil.

  • radicalconservative

    And what’s wrong with a “moral saction”? Why the defensiveness? Abortion is evil.

  • radicalconservative

    Sanction