Thursday, September 23, 2010

How will we celebrate Octoberfest after it is banned in Germany?

Germany is famous for great cars and great beer - and for Oktoberfest. People from around the world travel to Munich, Germany every year for this grand event held between September 14th to October 4th. Many Americans are equally proud of their German heritage and celebrate Oktoberfest here as well. The largest event held outside of Germany is called Oktoberfest Zinzinnati USA held in Cincinnati, Ohio. Similar events are held in Northern Kentucky and other cities as well.

One sad fact is that two staples of Oktoberfest are beer and pork because they constitute the two most popular food products of Germany. Cincinnati has so many German descendants it's nickname is Porkopolis. The following story reveals the calamity now facing Germany with the increase in Muslim immigrants and their extraordinary high birth rate. The head of the German government, Chancellor Angela Merkel, has stated that soon Germany will become an Islamic state due to this change in population. And with this change will come the spread of Islamic Sharia Laws and the end of Oktoberfest because according to Islamic law the two staples of Oktoberfest, beer and pork, will be banned. 

How then will our American cities continue to follow this grand festival if it will no longer be held in Germany?
 Germany Will Become Islamic State, Says Chancellor Merkel
Family Security Matters 22 September 2010
By Paul Williams, PhD
Chancellor Angela Merkel said that Germans have failed to grasp how Muslim immigration has transformed their country and will have to come to terms with more mosques than churches throughout the countryside, according to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung daily.
"Our country is going to carry on changing, and integration is also a task for the society taking up the task of dealing with immigrants,” Ms. Merkel told the daily newspaper. "For years we've been deceiving ourselves about this. Mosques, for example, are going to be a more prominent part of our cities than they were before.”
Germany, with a population of 4-5 million Muslims, has been divided in recent weeks by a debate over remarks by the Bundesbank's Thilo Sarrazin, who argued Turkish and Arab immigrants were failing to integrate and were swamping Germany with a higher birth rate.
The Chancellor’s remarks represent the first official acknowledgement that Germany, like other European countries, is destined to become a stronghold of Islam. She has admitted that the country will soon become a stronghold.
In France, 30% of children age 20 years and below are Muslims. The ratio in Paris and Marseille has soared to 45%. In southern France, there are more mosques than churches.
The situation within the United Kingdom is not much different. In the last 30 years, the Muslim population there has climbed from 82,000 to 2.5 million. Presently, there are over 1000 mosques throughout Great Britain - - many of which were converted from churches.
In Belgium, 50% of the newborns are Muslims and reportedly its Islamic population hovers around 25%. A similar statistic holds true for The Netherlands.
It’s the same story in Russia where one in five inhabitants is a Muslim.
Muammar Gaddafi recently stated that "There are signs that Allah will grant victory to Islam in Europe without sword, without gun, without conquest. We don’t need terrorists; we don’t need homicide bombers. The 50 plus million Muslims (in Europe) will turn it into the Muslim Continent within a few decades.”
The numbers support him. Contributing Editor Paul L. Williams, Ph.D., is the author of The Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World, The Al Qaeda Connection, and other best-selling books. He is a frequent guest on such national news networks as ABC News, CBS News, Fox News, MSNBC, and NPR. Visit his website at (...)

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