We all know that the world is governed by a Deep State, macro-corporations run by psychopaths. Terrorism, the menace of WWIII, States becoming more dictatorial and the right-wing, Hillaries and Trumps of this world taking their place for a wonderful future…

And if…Europeans (men) decide to convert to Islam? L’Enfant Terrible of French literature, Michel Houellebecq last book “Soumission” provocative plot, make us think about a possible issue, a possible way out of the actual source of financial instabilities (from the Jewish financial empire to the Muslim bank system..), women don’t work anymore, polygamy is authorized, men got a lot of new jobs and professors are well paid, peace is restored, the end of terrorism… The plot is here:

«In 2022, François, a middle-aged literature professor at Paris III and specialist in Huysmans, feels he is at the end of his sentimental and sexual lives – composed largely of year-long liaisons with his students. It has been years since the last time he created any valuable university work. France is in the grip of political crisis – in order to stave off a National Front victory, the Socialists ally with the newly formed Muslim Brotherhood Party, with additional support of the Union for a Popular Movement, formerly the main right-wing party. They propose the charming and physically imposing Islamic candidate, Mohammed Ben-Abbes, for the presidency against the National Front leader Marine Le Pen. In despair at the emerging political situation, and the inevitability of anti-semitism becoming a major force in French politics, François’ young and attractive Jewish girlfriend, Myriam, emigrates to Israel. His mother and father die. He fears that he is heading towards suicide, and takes refuge in a monastery situated in the town of Martel, Lot. The monastery is an important symbol of Charles Martel‘s victory over Islamic forces in 732; it is also where his literary hero, Huysmans, became a lay member.

Ben-Abbes wins the election and becomes President of France. He pacifies the country, enacts sweeping changes to French laws, privatizing the Sorbonne, and thereby making François redundant with full pension as only Muslims are now allowed to teach there. He also ends gender equality, allowing polygamy. Several of François’ intellectually inferior colleagues, having converted to Islam, get good jobs and make arranged marriages with attractive young wives. The new president campaigns to enlarge the European Union to include North Africa, with the aim of making it a new Roman Empire, with France at its lead. In this new, different society, with the support of the powerful politician Robert Rediger, the novel ends with François poised to convert to Islam and the prospect of a second, better life, with a prestigious job, and wives chosen for him.

The novel mixes fiction with reality: besides Le Pen, François Hollande, François Bayrou and Jean-François Copé, among others, fleetingly appear as characters in the book.[8]»

We may say: why not? In history, we know that conversions occurred. For example, «Mahmud Ghazan (1271– 11 May 1304) was the seventh ruler of the Mongol Empire‘s Ilkhanate division in modern-day Iran from 1295 to 1304. He was the son of Arghun and Quthluq Khatun, continuing a long line of rulers who were direct descendants of Genghis Khan. Considered the most prominent of the Ilkhans, he is best known for making a political conversion to Islam in 1295 when he took the throne, marking a turning point for the dominant religion of Mongols in West Asia (Iran, Iraq, Anatolia and Trans-Caucasia).»[Wikipedia]

Also, it is well known and described by Arthur Koestler the conversion of  Khazars to Judaism for political reasons, and to have peace, all Jews Ashkenazi come from this conversion…«It is known that some Chinese, Khazars, Edomites, and Ethiopians, as well as many Arabs, particularly in Yemen, were converts». These few references are enough to show the ground is there, it is possible…

Femme d’ Europe, gardez-vous!…

 

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