In a video posted to YouTube in late October, a Muslim man speaking in what Pamela Geller called “heavily accented but fluent German,” tells a German man that Islam will take over Germany whether he wants it or not, and said the man’s daughters will be made to wear the Islamic hijab.
The video is in German, but Geller provided a translation, which can be seen below the video:
Now for real. Islam is going to come (up) in Germany whether you want or not. Your daughter is going to wear hijab. Your son will wear a beard. Ok? And your daughter is going to marry a bearded man. So. And we proliferate more and more. You Germans don’t have children. You have at most two kids. We have 7 or 8. الحَمْد لله Ok, my friend? And then we take four women, then we have 22 children. So. You have maybe one kid and one dog. And that’s it. My friend, that is not our fault, it’s your fault. Because you robbed our countries. Colonized them for you to drive a Mercedes and to use your digital camera. So allah the almight god makes it so that we conquer you not with war in Germany but with birth rates, firstly, and secondly, we marry your daughters. Yes? And your daughter will wear a hijab. And now you can really go bezerk. One can see the hate in your eyes.
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The response at YouTube is pretty much what you’d expect. One person wrote: “Funny. Only a muslim man can say the words ‘I’m gonna marry your daughter’ and make it sound like a threat.”
No doubt, we’ll see many more videos like this. As we reported earlier, an animated map posted by Liberty Unyielding’s Ben Bowles shows the migration/invasion in real time — and it isn’t pretty…
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