A Few Days in Coma-ruga: Why We Have to Fight for Our Way of Life
We’re spending a week in a little town called Coma-ruga on the Coasta Daurada, the southern Catalan coast in Tarragona province. I thought we were going to have Internet but it hasn’t been working since we got here on Saturday so I’m forced to change my plans and do different kinds of videos. This gives me a chance to chill out a bit and talk about different subjects.
Being here by the sea makes me realise what a lot I’ve got to be thankful for in fact I have to say that life in general is pretty damn good. In fact, watching people here on holiday I realise that life is pretty good for most people well it is for anyone who has the chance to enjoy being in a place like this or lives somewhere like I do in Barcelona.
However, this kind of existence is directly under attack. There does seem to be an Unholy Trinity of Islam, the Left and the Globalist Elites, who all want to change the way we live. In other phases of the channel, I’ve attacked both the Left and the Globalists but one of the things that makes Islam a more obvious target is that it is easier to see that it is directly antagonistic to our values.
Something like the Eid Sacrifice Fesival that they are celebrating at the moment really shouldn’t be allowed in countries that claim to support animal rights and the fact that politicians and the Left either refuse to speak out against it or actively support it as an example of multiculturalism just shows the extent of their hypocrisy.
Here in Spain we have a pro-animal party, PACMA, the Partido Animalista Contra el Maltrato Animal, which translates as the Animalist Party Against the Mistreatment of Animals, who quite rightly campaign against bullfighting and other animal abuse in Spain but, as far as I know, haven’t spoken out against Eid or halal slaughter in general. That’s probably because their leadership are multicultural pro-diversity refugee-loving lefties although many of the people I know who campaign for animal rights are also pretty anti-Islam.
Something else I want to find out about while I’m here is the level of islamisation that’s taking place in this part of Catalonia. Coma-ruga is actually the beach area of a large municipality called El Vendrell, which apparently has one of the largest Muslim communities here in Catalonia. I intend to pay a visit to the town and check it out myself.
One of my wake up calls to the dangers of Islam came a few years ago when we were visiting the historic town of Manresa in central Catalonia. It is of symbolic importance in the medieval period, it was where modern political Catalanism came into existence in the 1880s with the signing of the Bases de Manresa and it was also where Ignatious de Loyola had the visions that led to the founding of the Jesuits.
Anyway, we’d just visited the old cathedral and as is usual with me, particularly after having done something cultural, were looking around for a good place to have a beer when all of a sudden we stumbled into a part of town that was completely Muslim. It was almost as if we’d been transported into another world … men in chillabas, women in hijabs, different sounds, different smells. There was even an animal carcass hanging from one of the balconies.
It was then that it struck me that something completely incompatible with the way we live was taking root in our societies. It was only after seeing it with my own eyes that I started to take the threat of Islam seriously. This was brought home even more strongly to me when I began to realise what’s happening in the North of England and in parts of London. As you know since then I’ve joined the fight.
Muslim immigration has only really been happening here since the 1990s, thirty or forty years less than in Britain, so although the numbers are quite high in Catalonia, about half a million Muslims out of a population of 7.5 million, the process of colonisation isn’t so evident yet. It is going to happen, though, if we don’t do everything we can to stop it.
So as I sit here on this idyllic seafront of a small town, where I haven’t seen any sign of any Muslim influence, I know that just a few miles inland, there’s an Islamic enclave, which if allowed to grow would put a stop to this alcoholic pork-eating beach-loving way of life that I love so much. If you don’t think it could happen here, you just have to look at photos of modern young women in Iran or Egypt in the 1950s and 1960s and compare them with the burka and niqab-clad daleks of today.
So that’s my beach though for today. I know we’re threatened by a number of forces but in many respect, Islam is the easiest to stand against because it’s the most visible and with a few simple political changes, such as benefit and council housing restrictions to recent immigrants and controls on mosques, it would be relatively easy to make it less attractive for Muslims to come here in the first place.
As you can see, I think this way of life is definitely worth defending.
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