November 9, 2005, - 1:03 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
I’m in today’s “Inside Politics” column in The Washington Times, written by Greg Pierce.
The column notes my May 14, 2002 column warning of likely riots by Muslims in France. (They got one thing wrong, though. I’m a “Miss,” not a “Mrs.”)
Here’s what the Washington Times says about me:
Told you so
The riots in France, which continued for a 13th consecutive day yesterday, shouldn’t have surprised anyone, says Debbie Schlussel, who more than three years ago warned of the problems caused by that nation’s flood of Muslim immigrants.
“I warned about Islamo-fascist impending doom in France in May 2002. But no one listened,” writes Miss Schlussel, a Michigan lawyer and Internet columnist.
Her 2002 column noted that France had “between 5 and 10 million Muslim Arabs in that country of 60 million.” Because the immigrants have much higher birthrates than French natives, Mrs. Schlussel wrote: “One thing is for sure: in the next 50 to 100 years — maybe sooner — France will become a Muslim nation. Demographics dictate it.”
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