Western Civilization: European nations have been besieged by Mideast refugees, but never fear: Saudi Arabia says it will help out–by building 200 new mosques on the continent. Can Europe survive this demographic wave?

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And it may be just the beginning. Can the EU withstand such a religio-demographic earthquake? Its failure to enforce any concept of borders isn’t a good sign.

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{snip}¬†EU bureaucrats and politicians are panicking. In his “State of the European Union” speech last Wednesday, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker admitted the EU “is not in a good state,” in large part because of the flood of refugees.

His solution? A “permanent relocation mechanism” to spread refugees more evenly among EU nations.

Nice try, but it avoids the real question: Can a civilization whose population is on the verge of decline fill its demographic void by taking in hundreds of thousands of culturally incompatible people from elsewhere and still maintain its own unique culture and identity?

The answer, of course, is no. And no, that isn’t some kind of Islamophobic hate fantasy. It’s simple reality.

Europe’s millennia-old civilization is in danger of being erased by a human tide having few things in common with it–not religion, not law, not language, not rights, not beliefs about the role of women in society.

Assimilation offers little hope. Parts of France–especially its notorious banlieues outside major cities like Paris–are virtual no-go zones. London’s are little better. Italy, Germany, the Netherlands and Scandinavia all have large, unassimilated Muslim populations.

Those populations are growing. Europe isn’t. As far back as 2011, the Pew Forum noted that Europe’s Muslim population was expected to almost double from 30 million in 1990 to 57 million in 2030.

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Can Europe survive the coming storm? Doubtful.

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