Has the Dalai Lama been placed on the Southern Poverty Law Center's “Hatewatch” list? Has Britain's Hope Not Hate or Fiyaz Mughal's Tell Mama asked for the British government to ban the Tibetan Buddhist from the United Kingdom?
You may wonder why I'm asking these seemingly curious questions. I'll tell you why.
In May, the Dalai Lama - when interviewed by the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung - said that there were “too many” refugees in Europe. He warned that Germany “cannot become an Arab country”. Indeed he went on to say that Arab refugees should only be “admitted temporarily”.
What about the Italian Archbishop - Monsignor Carlo Liberati (the Archbishop Emeritus of Pompeii) - who recently warned that the whole of Europe will “soon be Muslim”?
Is he a Naziracistfascist bigot?
In any case, the Archbishop has predicted the continued ethnic-cleansing and displacement of European Christians; which will be due, primarily, to declining Christian birthrates comparative to Muslim families.
In the Catholic Journal La Fede Quotidiana, Monsignor Carlo Liberati went on to say:
"Parishes are the only thing still standing. We need a true Christian life. All this paves the way to Islam. In addition to this, they have children and we do not. We are in full decline.
"In 10 years we will all be Muslims because of our stupidity."
Now for Moscow's chief rabbi, Pinchas Goldschmidt. He wrote - in the UK's Telegraph - that "we must realise that we have now entered a religious war".
I also wonder or not the Washington Institute (an American think tank) has incurred the righteousness of the Southern Poverty Law Center, Hope not Hate, CAIR and Tell Mama because of its anticipation of a future religious war. After all, the Washington Institute said:
"The Crusades began with a rumour of defilement. In 1095, Pope Urban II denounced the Muslims as 'a race utterly alienated from God'.
"This is exactly how Islam's leaders are demonising the West in the 21st."
The Washington Institute went on to argue that at some point "the crusade" will begin. That crusade "would be a Muslim one". Why? Because "its advance scouts are already at work in Europe".
Are the Dalai Lama, the Archbishop Emeritus of Pompeii and the chief Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt “far Right”? It seems so. That, by Leftist definition, to be against Islamisation and mass immigration is to be far Right.
So let's happily and freely bite that bullet: We are far Right!
Thus is it any wonder that there's been a rise in popularity for various right-wing parties across Europe?
Is France's Front National – which has seen its support triple in five years - fundamentally at odds with the religious representatives above? And what makes Germany's Alternative for Germany (AfD) – which is at its strongest ever - position fundamentally different to that of the Dalai Lama?
Finally, in May 2015, Alternative for Germany party declared - in its manifesto - that "Islam is not part of Germany".
Does Islam really have a place anywhere in Europe?