We've heard regularly that the whole atmosphere has changed in many European nations, and that the indigenous cultures have been obliterated as people try to go about their business without becoming an unreported statistic in the Muslim crime wave sweeping Europe.What a ridiculous thing to say. What a bitter and vicious thing to say.
Furthermore he insists on viewing the current refugee crisis in an Islamophobic manner by stereotyping them as Muslims instead of seeing them as people trying to find safety, often from the ongoing cataclysmic war in Syria.
A major reason why so many refugees have been arriving in Europe is because of the ongoing conflict in Syria that has afflicted that land since 2011. Many of the refugees Mark Armstrong talks about are people fleeing from this deadly conflict looking for safety. And yet he would have us believe that these desperate people have already somehow "obliterated" the cultures of European peoples. (Whatever that means.)
By the way, is Mark Armstrong talking about a partial obliteration or a complete obliteration? Either way there is no such thing happening. It is nonsense to insinuate that European cultures have been somehow "obliterated" with the arrival of refugees.