On a visit to Iceland, I joined Robert Spencer for a speech on May 11th at an event at the Grand Hotel in Reykjavik, entitled: “Everything you wanted to know about Islam but were afraid to ask.” Prior to the visit, Spencer was already demonized by the Reykjavik Grapevine publication as an “Islamophobe” who promoted hate and racism. I was also identified as such due to my writing for Jihad Watch.
The group that hosted the event was Vakur, which according to the Grapevine “is dedicated to ‘European culture’ but seem to be more about Islamophobia and general hatred of foreigners.”
It was immediately apparent to me that the Icelandic population was being duped, as have been the citizens of other Western nations, and particularly those of countries in Europe, which are experiencing a rapid deterioration in social order and cohesiveness due to a powerful Islamic supremacist surge. This surge has been further empowered by far-left media and politicians, who really have no interest beyond a socialist agenda of chaos packaged in a pretentious candy-wrap of unity, peace, acceptance, tolerance and multiculturalism. Indeed, nothing is wrong with getting along with thy neighbor, but it is a two-way street.
In November 2015, the President of Iceland, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, stated that he feared that Saudi Arabian financing of a Reykjavik mosque “will fuel radical Islam in Iceland”:
The president told the Icelandic National Broadcasting Service that he was shocked to the point of paralysis when he learned last March, in a meeting with Saudi Arabian Ambassador, that the government of Saudi Arabia had decided to interfere in Icelandic religious life by donating one million US Dollars to the planned mosque. The president did not speak up about these concerns until after the terrorists attacks in Paris.
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