British author Douglas Murray joins Dr. Alan Mendoza for a discussion on one of the big problems American President-elect Donald Trump will have to address – and very soon.
This problem is a huge wave of anti-Semitism brought to the West by the millions of Muslims who are currently invading and taking over the continent of Europe. The fact that Islam is replete with hatred for Jews is well-documented in the authoritative literature and historical accounts of the jihad campaigns. There can be no credible denial that it exists.
Mr. Trump is facing a similar invasion brought to Americans by his political predecessors, both Republicans and Democrats. His will not be an easy path to walk.
Far from it.
All the forces of the World of Islam, the American political left, the American establishment political right, the American Courts, the American news outlets, the American protestant churches which have lurched leftward, the Roman Catholic Church (currently led by a Papal Marxist) and the well-funded leftist broadcast media outlets will line up against the new President – to resist whatever efforts he exerts toward turning back the tide of uncontrolled immigration from Third World Muslim countries.
Righting our listing ship of state will not be the first astounding feat accomplished in the face of such daunting opposition. Mr. Trump was elected against all those odds by a little more than one-half of an American public which has finally awakened to our dire straits. The half which lost the election remains abjectly oblivious to the Muslim immigration/invasion problem.
The new President-elect has his work cut out for him. We shall see what transpires in the days and months to come. With his election we now have a chance, albeit a slim chance, to save our country. For that I’m grateful. I have not joined in the heady jubilation and celebrating of Mr. Trump’s victory. This is not the time to celebrate anything. The battle for our survival is just beginning.
Meanwhile Europe appears to be in her death throes. Douglas Murray is one of a precious few European journalists to recognize it.