Several weeks ago, GOP frontrunner Donald Trump brought up his recent visit to Brussels, “Twenty years ago, it was so beautiful. It’s like living in a hell hold now. You go to these different places, there’s something going on.”
That “something going on” is clearly the 25% Muslim population of Brussels.
Throughout the European Union, Muslim immigrants have been flooding cities since the 1960 thanks to liberal and politically correct policies.
The flood that has been going on for decades has been labeled as “enrichment” and any opposition to the religious takeover of population centers have been countered with screams of “Islamophopia.”
For those cities such as Brussels, the infrastructure and economy has been unable to support the flood of immigrants leading to 50% unemployment among Muslim men and 75% among Muslim women.
Within the United States, the Muslim population as of 2015, was only 1%, although in certain areas, the population is significant.
In Dearborn, Michigan, Arab Americans represent 29% of the population, although most are Christians. Muslim immigrants have recently joined them, which has led to conflict within the community.
In 2012, Barack Obama campaigned in Dearborn and two months later, a rally of Christians at a “Muslim Arab Festival” were violently attacked with stones and debris by the Muslim crowd.
Local police refused to take action citing a lack of manpower. Instead, they asked the Christians to leave as they were “endangering the public.”
Here is the scene that was caught on camera:
Certain areas of the United States have become the equivalent to Brussels with high unemployment and an agitated community of youth who quickly jump to violence in the presence of Christians.
Under the leadership of President Obama, the United States has welcomed tens of thousands of Muslim Immigrants since 2009. Since then, a million green cards have been issued for immigrants from Muslim-majority nations.
Early in his campaign, Donald Trump called on a temporary ban on Muslim immigration, “until we figure out what’s going on.”
The proposal was met with ridicule by the GOP establishment and Democrats alike.