How an international elite is taking over and destroying Europe, America and the World





Islam has a long history of hostility towards the West and its teachings remain incompatible with Western political and religious traditions. For example, the Koran denies fundamental Christian beliefs such as the divinity of Jesus Christ, his crucifixion, and his resurrection.

In the early 1900s Islam began to experience a revival instigated by Westerners with links to financial interests.

Sufism, an Islamicized Classical and Christian tradition, played a pivotal role in the spread of Islam to the West in the 1960s and 70s.

At the same time, there was a surge in the growth of Islam as a result of mass immigration from Muslim countries and official policies inspired by left-wing politicians in collaboration with international oil interests.

The above interests have been the principal movers behind a number of initiatives and organizations aiming to bring the West and the Muslim world closer together in order to facilitate the spread of Islam to the West, while allowing the same interests to penetrate the Muslim world for the exploitation and control of natural resources like oil.

In the face of systematic official support for the spread of Islam, popular movements are beginning to offer organized resistance.




< Previous Home >



Copyright 2012