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Of course, most people think, "Yeah right. Good luck with that one."
In other words: Okay, so they want to take over the world. So what? It ain't gonna happen, not now, not ever. Completely impossible.
But the truth is, it doesn't matter whether it's possible or not. What matters is that a growing number of already-numerous people hold that as their most important goal. They consider it their holy duty. They consider it their ticket into heaven and the only assurance they can get that they will not burn in the fires of hell for eternity. They are motivated.
So we have one group that says, "Yeah, right," and goes on about their business, watching their sitcoms and buying stuff on eBay. And we have another group that feels strongly that the Almighty has given them a clear mission to take over the world by every means available to them, including recruiting new soldiers, having lots of children, protesting against any criticism of Islam, working to change laws, giving money to organizations that sue people for criticizing Islam, putting political pressure on politicians to alter laws, immigrating to infidel countries to help build an Islamic political presence there, going on web sites and arguing with people who try to criticize Islam, complaining to YouTube (and getting all their Islamic friends to complain to YouTube) about any video that criticizes Islam until YouTube removes the offending video, going to schools in democracies and speaking to the infidel children about how loving and peaceful and wonderful Islam is, reading about nothing else and thinking about nothing else.
Now over a period of time, who will gain more ground: A totally committed group, or the ones watching sitcoms and buying stuff on eBay?
And the more ground they gain politically, the more ground they can gain because they are gaining more political clout. Already in Europe, the politicians are very careful about not offending their Muslim constituents because the Muslims are very organized and politically active, and most of the rest of the voters are lackadaisical and not really paying attention. So Muslims are gaining power quickly in European countries. (Read more about the removal of freedom and Shariatization of Europe.)
The same has begun to happen elsewhere: Canada, the U.S., Australia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and of course India has been dealing with this issue for a very long time.
Remember this when you're talking to someone and you can see them thinking, "Impossible. There is no way the Muslims are going to take over the world."
It doesn't matter if it's impossible. With all that commitment they can make our times very troubled, they can make the fight more difficult, they can take away freedoms one by one, and in fact, they really can take over the world. It is not technically impossible. It doesn't seem likely, but only if you don't know much about what they're already doing, which most people don't (partly because of what they're already doing).
What this means is that if you'd like to do something about this, if you'd like to help preserve the freedoms we enjoy, then your most important task is to simply share this information with your fellow countrymen. Learn about jihad, and share what you're learning with others.
Here's what you can do about it: What Can a Civilian Really Do?
Here is an ongoing list of concessions Islam is pushing for and winning from democracies around the world: Concessions to Islam.
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The Legend of the Middle Ages
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Why Was There No Chinese Newton?
Western Civilization and Socratic Dialogue
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The History of the Calendar
The West and Global Mathematics
A History of the Indo-European Languages
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Islam, the West and Our "Shared Heritage"
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The Causes of Anti-Semitism
Europe and the Indo-European Languages
Refuting God's Crucible
The Causes of Anti-Semitism: Preliminary Discussions
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The Legacy of Byzantium
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Random Thoughts from Fjordman
The Flaws of the Western Man
Why Western Art is Unique, and Why Muslim Immigration Threatens It
A Christian Background for Political Correctness?
The Importance of Knowing Your History
Will the Third Rome Fall to Islam?
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