Fjordman: “Me ha defraudado especialmente España”

Fjordman ha dedicado a Italia un artículo elogioso inspirado por el reciente vuelco político y por distintas acciones de contención llevadas a cabo por ayuntamientos y gobiernos regionales. Repasa la pobre reacción de los distintos países europeos a la actual agresión islámica y concluye que la religión –protestante o católica- apenas tiene nada que ver. Dinamarca resiste y contraataca; Suecia – protestante como ella- se rinde. En el bando católico, España se rinde, Italia contra ataca:

Catholic Portugal and Spain have not yet emerged as the bulwarks against Islamization they probably should be, considering their history. I am particularly disappointed with the Spanish. Out of all the larger countries in Western Europe, Italy currently ranks as the healthiest one, if we ignore the appallingly low birth rates it shares with the rest of Europe. Why Italians are more resistant to colonization through mass immigration is uncertain, but they are. Maybe it’s the legacy of the great writer Oriana Fallaci, who during the final years of her life did more to wake people up to the Islamic threat than almost any other individual in the entire Western world. Or maybe it’s simply because the Italians, in contrast to so many other Westerners, still love and appreciate their own culture and have no intention of surrendering it to anybody.

Tienen razón en sentirse especialmente defraudado con la reacción de España dada su trayectoria histórica:

Léelo aquí: A Tribute to Italy

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