Muslims have bragged for years that they would use the religious freedom laws of Europe and America to subvert and conquer them from within. While Western Europe has been caving to Islam, Eastern Europe and Slovakia have been on the forefront along with Hungary, Poland, and Russia in standing against the Islamic invasion of Europe.
In another positive development in the fight against Islam, Slovakia has just changed its laws to bar Islam from being recognized as an official religion in their country:
Slovakia passed legislation on Wednesday to effectively block Islam from gaining official status as a religion in the near future in the latest sign of growing anti-Muslim sentiment across the European Union.
The former communist state has fiercely resisted EU efforts to cope with a big influx of mainly Muslim migrants into Europe since 2015, in part by opposing quotas to share out asylum seekers among EU members. Prime Minister Robert Fico’s government has said Islam has no place in Slovakia.
Parliament adopted a bill sponsored by the Slovak National Party (SNS), junior member in Fico’s coalition, that requires a religion to have at least 50,000 members, up from 20,000, to qualify for state subsidies and to run its own schools.
The change will make it much harder to register Islam, which has just 2,000 adherents in Slovakia according to the last census and no recognised mosques. The Islamic Foundation in Slovakia estimates the number at around 5,000.
The SNS said the new law was meant to prevent speculative registrations of churches, such as the satirical Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, which has amassed followers worldwide.
“Islamisation starts with a kebab and it’s already under way in Bratislava, let’s realise what we can face in five to 10 years … We must do everything we can so that no mosque is built in the future,” SNS chairman Andrej Danko said earlier.
There was no immediate comment from the Islamic Foundation.
The law was approved by a two-thirds majority in parliament comprising both ruling and opposition parties. Lawmakers turned down a proposal by the opposition far-right People’s Party-Our Slovakia to raise the religion membership bar to 250,000.
The small central European country’s population is 5.4 million; 62 percent of it is declared Roman Catholic. (source)
This is a step in the right direction. Muslims do not want Islam to be recognized because they want or believe in ‘equal rights,’ but as a step towards taking the rights away from everybody else and forcing Islam upon them.
Islam is a religion, and a very dangerous one, as the violence and evils is perpetuates are not merely ascribed to human origin, but Muslims believe are divine commands. It is impossible to live in peace with a person or people who believes that murder and torture for the simple reason of disagreement is an act of divine worship.
In the article above, SNS Chairman Andrej Danko stated that “Islamisation starts with a kebab.” Truer words could not have been spoken. Islam is not a monster that just invades a city. It is rather like a disease whose symptoms manifest after a long period of incubation.
The best and easiest way to stop Islam from taking over is to prevent it from taking root at all. That means rooting out Islam whenever it appears, no matter how small it is, for all it takes is a little bit of yeast to leaven an entire batch of dough.