“… The international news media ‘often describes such warfare erroneously as isolated conflicts, without placing any importance on the wide-ranging effects these ‘isolated local conflicts’ will have on any other countries, but especially on the West’.”
“Oil-rich Nigeria will become Islamic soon, warn Dutch MPs,” by Adriana Stulijt for Digital Journal, March 16:
Oil-rich Nigeria, population 140-million, now is very close to an all-out”Islamic takeover’, warn two Dutch MPs. And this would have a massive impact: from Nigeria, Africa’s islamisation would spread fast — resulting in hundreds of millions of refugees.
This would have a massive impact on the future of all of Africa and of the West, warn Dutch parliamentarians Geert Wilders and Martin Bosma of the Party for Freedom, writing in an editorial in the Dutch religious daily, the Reformatorisch Dagblad.
The original text in Dutch can be found here.
Oil crucial in Sudan and Nigeria:
Although the Dutch MPs didn’t say this, a similar situation of course, also exists in Sudan on the Eastern side of the north-African continent: in this rudderless northern African state, the Jihadist-north’s warlords are carrying out an ethnic-cleansing campaign against all the southern tribes, who are mostly animist and/or Christian followers. Nigeria and Sudan also have another important feature in common: Nigeria is rich in oil, and Sudan is located very strategically, straddling the shipping lanes to all the Middle-Eastern oil export terminals.
They said in their joint Dutch-language editorial that the international news media ‘often describes such warfare erroneously as isolated conflicts, without placing any importance on the wide-ranging effects these ‘isolated local conflicts’ will have on any other countries, but especially on the West.
“A conflict is far too often described as a ‘civil war’, and journalists will write of ‘religious tensions’ or ‘sectarian violence’ – thus also constantly creating the immediate impression that these are mere dog versus cat fights which would not affect Western countries in the least.
“However, when one examines such ‘civil wars’ closely however, these often are imperialistic wars of conquest – in which Islam is always the engine which drives their stated end purpose of Islamic world dominance’. […]
Nigeria situation is very serious
“A very important expansion of this aggressive islamic war of conquest is now taking place in Nigeria. The situation there now is very serious and will have a most devastating effect on Africa and on the entire Western World.”
Nigeria, they point out, has Africa’s largest population, namely 140-million people. It also has the second-strongest economy on the African continent because of its oil and other minerals.
Islamic Apartheid: Sharia law:
“Already, in twelve of the 36 states of Nigeria, Sharia has already become the law – this is the Islamic Apartheid law which discriminates against all non-muslims and which treats women as inferior creatures’.
“And once the Jihadists have gained the majority in only seven more Nigerian states, the federal government of Nigeria will be forced into adapting the country’s constitution to include Sharia law – which means that in effect, all of Nigeria will then become an Islamic country’.
Read it all.