Europe is on the brink. With Islam quickly taking control of many regions of Western Europe and with huge percentages of unemployed youth, (many of those being Muslim), there is the growing threat of revolution and major civil unrest. Far Right groups such as the Golden Dawn threaten violence and unrest against further immigration. Far Left groups threaten violence and unrest against further austerity and erosion of Europe's cradle to grave welfare system. Europe as we know it may be unrecognizable in a matter of a few years.
When you hear of wars and uprisings, do not be frightened. These things must happen first, but the end will not come right away. Luke 21:9 NIV
Islam taking over,
The murder of a soldier in
London, the stabbing of a soldier in Paris and the violent outbreak in Sweden – Europe's alarm clock has been ringing once again over the past week. The negative birthrate compared to the increase in Muslims, the heavy unemployment and the social-religious isolation of European immigrants are all back on the agenda. "Europe has lost its will to live as Europe," said Mideastexpert Dr. Mordechai Kedar to Ynet. "It is gathered into museums, into history. If the leaders will not put an end to immigration, we will soon be hearing the death throes of the continent as we know it."
According to many, demographics, which is the topic for many studies, is the red light. It points to the path in which the continent is headed – the European birthrate is at a continuous standstill while Muslim immigrants are doubling their rates. "If they wanted to integrate within the society, as European leaders had hoped, this wouldn't be an issue," said Keidar. "But since they want to keep their identities and change
Europe, it is obviously a big issue. Every year more Muslims than non-Muslims are born in France. Japanhas no Muslims because they don't allow them in. Racism? Maybe. Superiority? Maybe. They don't care. They want to sustain Japan and are looking down on everyone."
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble warned on Tuesday that failure to win the battle against youth unemployment could tear Europe apart, while abandoning the continent’s welfare model in favour of tougher
U.S. standards would cause “revolution”. Germany, along with France and Italy, backed urgent action to rescue a generation of young Europeans who fear they will not find jobs, with youth unemployment in the EU standing at nearly one in four, more than twice the adult rate.
“We need to be more successful in our fight against youth unemployment, otherwise we will lose the battle for
Europe’s unity,” Schaeuble said. While Germanyinsists on the importance of budget consolidation, Schaeuble spoke of the need to preserve Europe’s welfare model. If U.S. welfare standards were introduced in Europe, “we would have revolution, not tomorrow, but on the very same day,”Schaeuble told a conference in . Paris