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Written by: Diana West
Tuesday, March 22, 2016 5:39 AM 


As Brussels convulsed in bloody jihad on the morning of March 22, 2016, Ivar Mol sent out this tweet (above). 

Translation from the Dutch: "How can you continue teaching when Muslims in your class are cheering?"

I don't know who Ivar Mol is. His twitter account identifies him as a meditation and yoga teacher.   

His tweet certainly caught my attention, along with that of many others, including some casting doubt on what is, after all, a rhetorical question.    

The implications of Ivar Mol's question shouldn't be shocking, however; not at this late date. From the attacks of 9/11 to Gaza every day, we should be well used to bloodthirsty demonstrations of approval for jihad carnage, as inculcated in followers of Islam by every single authoritative Islamic (not "radical" Islamic) text. That is not to say that many among us will not be shocked -- if they ever even hear of such things.

As Islam drives deep into the West in this latest cycle of Islamic jihad, there is ever-present in the West a yeoman effort by governments to protect us not from the sharia culture that creates, enables and prizes jihad, but rather from the dread contagion of "Islamophobia" -- a made-up "disease." The horror of catching it (i.e., reacting with perfectly normal alarm to such cataclysms as mass Islamic immigration) drives our elites to suppress all facts about Islam, jihad, dhimmitude, and the rest, lest people act to secure their Judeo-Christian-humanist-civilizations against Islamization. Lest people vote for responsible patriots calling for closing their borders to Islamic immigration, from Donald Trump in the USA, to, for many years, Geert Wilders in the Netherlands.    

Less than an hour ago, Ivar Mol sent out a new message (below).

Translation: "Three police officers at my door because of my tweet this morning. Asked if I would be willing not to do it again."

Thankfully, I think it is too late to stop the truth from getting out. 

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