Thursday, 21 July 2011
In 1900, Muslims were 12.3% of the world's population. By 1970, this had grown to 19.6%. Today Muslims are 23.4% of the world's population. By 2050, Muslims are expected to comprise 26.3% of the world's population.

So, in 150 years, Muslims will have gone from being around one tenth of the world's population to around one quarter.
The Arab world's population alone has grown from 80 to 320 million in the past fifty years and half its population is under 20. Europe's 'southern hinterland' of Muslim and sub-Saharan African countries, which equalled the EU-25 in population in 1950, outnumbers it 3:1 today and will outnumber it 7:1 by 2050

Is this happening by chance? Or is it a deliberate, consciously-pursued strategy designed to achieve Islamic domination of the world? As illustrated below, there is a substantial body of evidence supporting the latter interpretation.

In 2008, Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan called for his people to have at least 3 children.
"Turkey currently has a young population, but if current trends continue it will be aging by 2038. Western societies are currently facing an aging population problem. Every family should have three children if we wish to preserve Turkey’s young population. I have four children and I wish I had more. Children are a blessing,” he said.

He also linked aging populations and low birth rates in European countries to economic recession, saying: “With a low annual population increase rate, the country will be in dire straits by 2038. Europe is experiencing this now. Look, Greece is unable to develop today."

Before he had been elected Prime Minister, Erdogan was far less inhibited.
In 2002, two years before he was elected, Erdogan pulled few punches: "To recommend to people not to procreate is straight out treason to the state," Erdogan told a crowd gathered to celebrate the opening of an AKP office in Istanbul. "It's a means of
wanting to erase the history and the surface of the land”. Having played on nationalist
registers, he moved to religion: “Have babies," he told the crowd. "Allah wants it."

There is a clear association between Islamic radicalism and resistance to birth control.
In Pakistan, the strong Deobandi fundamentalist movement has attacked the country’s family planning policies as a western import linked to decadence, and an imperialistic attempt to control the Muslim population. They cite Koranic verses extolling the virtue of children and marriage and instructing families not to kill children during times of want. Sometimes fundamentalists dredge up the anticolonial Islamic Puritanism of Maulana Maudoudi, who, in a 1937 tract, savaged birth control as a
western plot against Islam which would introduce western promiscuity and women’s
liberation into Pakistan.

Family planning workers have even been murdered by jihadists.
In Afghanistan and Pakistan’s tribal areas, Taliban insurgents have taken to killing healthcare workers involved in family planning. Threats, kidnappings and assassinations have brought family planning to its knees in disputed areas.

The relative strengths of Islamic radicalism in the two countries has created a significant demographic differential between Pakistan and Bangladesh, where family planning programs were set up in the 70s.
In Pakistan, religious authorities resisted birth control more than Bangladesh, whose brand of Islam is less puritanical. The result is that Pakistan’s population will hit 467 million by 2050, 188 million more than if it had adopted a Bangladeshi-style programme from the 1970s.

The example of Iran is particularly interesting.
In the 1960s and 70s, the Shah pursued a westernization policy focused on getting women outside the home into education and work, and making contraception widely available. Fertility began to decline. Then came the Iranian Revolution in 1979. Ayatollah Khomeini’s revolutionary regime codified Islamic dress into law, re-segregated the sexes and sought to push Iranian women back into the home. Family planning clinics were derided as an imperialist plot against Islam and closed; the age of marriage was lowered to 9, and the role of women as mothers lauded... Unsurprisingly, fertility rates returned to traditional high levels of around 6 children per woman.

Iran's current leader Ahmadinejad has called for "renewed population growth".
Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has called for a baby boom to almost double the country’s population to 120 million and enable it to threaten the west.
In remarks that have drawn criticism, he told MPs he wanted to scrap existing birth control policies which discouraged Iranian couples from having more than two children.

Women should work less and devote more time to their “main mission” of raising children, Mr Ahmadinejad said.


“I am against saying that two children are enough. Our country has a lot of capacity. It has the capacity for many children to grow in it. It even has the capacity for 120 million people. Westerners have got problems. Because their population growth is negative, they are worried and fear that if our population increases, we will triumph over them.”

He said he wanted to bring in legislation reducing women’s working hours based on how many children they had. Women could work part-time on full-time salaries.

This policy "increased Iran's population by 16 million in seven years".

The same phenomenon is seen in Judea-Samaria (Palestine).
Palestinian nationalism has long been pronatalist, with its politicians, journalists and poets singing the praises of their ‘demographic weapon’ against Israel. (King 2002: 386) Though secular and Islamist nationalists both extol the virtues of pronatalism, it is noteworthy that fertility rates are higher in Gaza, a Hamas bastion and stronghold of the Islamist-inspired second intifada, than in the secular, Fatah-controlled West Bank.

This behaviour is typical. Differential Muslim birth-rates are even more marked in places where Muslims are in a minority, supporting the idea of a Muslim demographic takeover strategy consciously pursued.
Muslims... tend to have higher fertility when they are in the minority.
(Goldscheider 1971)... In Europe, India, Thailand, Russia, China and the Philippines, the Muslim fertility advantage over other groups is greatest. This is particularly true of ethnoreligious conflict zones like Israel-Palestine or India where a significant Muslim fertility advantage persists despite urbanisation and equivalent access to contraception.

Even within countries that are dominated by Islam, the more religiously intense Muslims outbreed the less religiously intense Muslims.
"Muslims who are religious, and those who hold Islamist beliefs, are
more fertile than nonreligious Muslims..."

One study that used madrassah-attendance as an index of strong religious feeling found that:
fertility is higher and returns to education are
generally lower among families that send children to Islamic schools

Rapid population growth on this scale inevitably generates tensions and difficulties. In Part 2 of this post, I will show how the western world is naively doing its best to help Muslims overcome those tensions and difficulties and thus facilitating their demographic takeover strategy.


Thor said...

hi, I'm portuguese, and I'm here just to tell that I'm ashamed with Barroso, fucking ex-communist (maoist party in the 70s) and fucking freemason.
I feel shame for beeing compatriot of this clown wanting an "Euro-mediterranean" union...

Anonymous said...

God bless mass immigration and chain migration...

Anonymous said...

Truth and righteousness will prevaile. Muslims never cause problems to others, but instead they've been constant victims of others' cruelty and injustice. Muslims are people just like others if muslims are doing anything unjust then people should address those issues rather than just opposing to muslim population growth. Please also post something on why an increasing number of non-muslims convert to Islam in developed countries especially women despite a lack of muslims' share in world media etc (e.g. when we see hundreds of tv and radio channels only in the U.S promoting christianity) and the fact that access to education/technology alot easier than the muslim world so I'm sure they are making informed decisions when converting to Islam....

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