Muslim Mayor of Rotterdam Tells Extremists to F*** Off
What we're witnessing in Europe right now is a clash of cultures, not only between Muslims and native Europeans, but also among the immigrants themselves. Some are perfectly willing to integrated into the Western nations that have allowed them to stay, while others are attempting to form their own separate enclaves within Western cities.
But among those Muslims who want to embrace the West, their most outspoken advocate is Ahmed Aboutaleb, the current mayor of the Dutch City of Rotterdam. Originally born into a conservative Muslim family, he and his family eventually immigrated to the Netherlands from Morocco in 1976. He started his career as a journalist before entering politics, where he became the first Muslim to be elected mayor in the Netherlands. He is also delightfully un-pc in regards to his fellow Muslims who refuse to assimilate into Western culture.
In a recent live interview on Dutch television, he had this to say to the Muslim extremists currently living in Europe. "It is incomprehensible that you can turn against freedom. But if you do not like freedom, in Heaven’s name pack your bag and leave”. And in regards to the Charlie Hebdo attack, he went on to say "if you do not like it here because humorists you do not like make a newspaper, may I then say you can f*** off.”
As a side note, it's important to recognize that some of the facts surrounding the Charlie Hebdo attack are rather suspicious, and may indicate a false flag. Either way, Europe's problem with unfettered immigration and defiant radicals still remains.
If they don't find some way to integrate their foreign population, then the Charlie Hebdo attack is just the beginning. Their liberal dream of a multicultural Europe has the potential to tear Western Europe apart. At least some of their leaders still have the guts to tell the truth.
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