A ban on Islam for any developed nation that want to survive, is a necessity. It has nothing to do with discrimination of any sort. Europe did not fight the Nazi’s in the war because they were “discriminating” against them. They fought them because their ideology was supremacist socialist fascism and undermined democracy. There is no difference fighting against Islam.
Muslims should not be granted residency in a non-Muslim country in the first place. They have over 50 Islamic countries to chose from and there is no need for them to force their presence onto a non-Islamic country. Besides, the Koran does not approve of Muslims living in a non-Sharia nation unless they convert that nation into an Islamic one.
However, the argument that there should be some kind of immigrant “zones” in Europe that deported Muslims should be sent to makes no sense whatsoever. There should be policies in place that can reverse any residency granted onto those who want to follow Islam because they have been given to them in error, and they are not legally suitable applicants for residency in a democracy. They need to be removed from the country. The argument that they cannot be removed because they would be ‘sent to a war country’ is also not valid. Syria, for example, is in war but the entire country is not in a war zone. Half of the country is still liveable and people live and continue their lives as normal. The idea that Europe or the West in general is somehow obligated to be the baby-sitter of the world and is responsible for people from cultures and societies built by their own people, is probably the most racist and bigoted argument politicians and the media can make. Europe is not responsible to house anyone from Africa, Middle East or beyond.
‘END IT’ Austrian populist calls for BAN on ‘political Islam’ & demands negative migration
AUSTRIA should ban “political Islam” and stop new migrants and refugees, leader of the country’s right-wing Freedom Party (FPO) has said.
Express, By Jon Rogers
PUBLISHED: 10:20, Sun, Jan 15, 2017
The Islamic Centre in Vienna.
FPO leader Heinz-Christian Strache, speaking at the party’s annual New Year meeting in Salzburg, said: “Let us put an end to this policy of Islamisation as soon as possible.”
Mr Strache was referring to the country’s policy, in line with European Union thinking, of welcoming all asylum seekers from the Middle East and north Africa.
He warned that if the current policy was not changed then Austrians and Europeans in general “would come to an abrupt end”.
Mr Strache called for a “minus immigration policy” and also lambasted the country’s cap on accepting 37,500 asylum seekers a year as “laughable”.
He also dismissed the centre-right Austrian People’s Party (OVP) proposal of halving the number of migrants it accepted.
He said: “We need no cap and no halving of that cap – we need a zero immigration and in fact even negative immigration while all illegals and criminals [who are migrants] should be expelled from the country.”
Mr Strache also called for an “efficient” law banning “political Islam”.
The ban would apply to all foreign sponsorship of Islamic institutions and organisations in Austria and all radical Islamist mosques shut down.
A Freedom Party spokesman stated later that any law against political Islam should be similar to an existing Austrian law banning the Nazi party and Nazi symbols.
In his speech to the party faithful, Mr Hofer went on to compare Nazism to extreme Islamist beliefs citing some Muslim states not recognising the state of Israel or when Sharia law was put above the secular constitution.
He added that anyone who found European democratic rules unacceptable “are free to return to their Muslim country”.
In the same speech Mr Strache also added that his party did not support the idea of Austria leaving the EU, but demanded changes to EU policies, particularly concerning immigration.
Asylum seekers on the Austria-Hungary border
He stated: “We do not want to leave the European Union, but we want a reform that would correct all its development failures.
“It is not nationalism that people want, it is the nation state and partnership relations and cooperation [between European countries.”
Also speaking at the event was the party’s former presidential candidate Norbert Hofer.
Freedom Party Chairman Heinz-Christian Strache during a TV debate in December.
He lost out to centralist candidate Alexander Van der Bellen despite gaining 47 percent of the vote.