What are they doing that's so smart? Well, either by a planned strategy or just an instinct for gnawing at the infidel's soft bits, they have figured how to advance Islamization in slices. Instead of one big confrontation, a thousand small ones.
Here's a story it's unlikely that you've read if you get your news from American sources.
A politician has warned that a "fear of Islam" is governing Holland after he delayed the release of a short film attacking the Koran.
Geert Wilders, 44, the leader of the Dutch Freedom Party, who compares the Muslim holy book to Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf, sparked government panic after saying the anti-Islam film would be released tomorrow.
As Dutch police prepared for a weekend of riots and Mr Wilders was told by the authorities that he would have to leave country, he launched a new attack on "intolerant" Islam while announcing that his 10-minute film attacking the Muslim faith would be postponed for two weeks.After a few years of giving Europe shock therapy, Muslim mobs don't even have to riot; just threatening is enough, because cowardly politicians buckle at the knees. Violence would make headlines and perhaps unmake careers; giving in is quiet, undramatic, mostly unreported. And anyhow, they're not giving the store away … not all at once. It's just tiny increments.
In an attempt to defuse tensions, the Dutch government will tomorrow announce that it will not implement a ban on the Islamic burqa dress.No big deal, so the thinking goes among Western government dupes. Not worth getting all hot and bothered about. Just give a little, and hot zowie, "tensions" are "defused." Until tomorrow or next week, when aggressive Muslims cut the next thin slice from the native culture. Until there is so little left that the only way to save it is civil war, or people decide that it's not worth fighting over.