We have since the 1979 Iranian Islamist revolution seen a process where the world religion of Islam has increasingly been poisoned by the modern virus of totalitarianism. This has reached a point where some 50% of Muslims in many countries if given the opportunity would vote for Islamist political parties. Of course, it needs reminding that this did not begin in 1979 and that Islamism is the oldest of all the modern totalitarian political ideologies. Nevertheless, this is not true for Muslims everywhere as some Muslim peoples such as Iranians, Albanians, Kosovars, Bosniaks and many African Muslim peoples are overwhelmingly non-Islamist. The problem however for Europe is that the increasing takeover of Islam by Islamists poses an existential threat to the democratic future of the subcontinent. In one of my two countries, Sweden, did the nation on September 11, 2022 elect a rightwing majority, in part out of recognition of this reality. The Islamist Nuance Party (Swedish: Partiet Nyans) won between 20 and 30 percent of the vote in many predominantly Muslim immigrant suburbs in Sweden and this was its first election where it had still not managed to mobilize its full electoral potential. In the next election four years from now there is a serious risk that the Islamists will be elected to parliament and will hold the balance of power between the rightwing and center-left blocs in parliament. This may happen in other European nations as well. The Nuance party which pretends to be non-Islamist is of course organized by the deceptive and frequently disguised Muslim Brotherhood. The Islamist influence over Muslims in Europe is such that European nations must as Denmark has already done halt immigration in order to put a stop to Islamization. It is no longer possible to turn a blind eye to processes of Islamization in Muslim ghettos throughout Europe and so irrespondibly aiding and abetting their further demographic growth through immigration is profoundly irresponsible to the democratic future of the subcontinent. This used to be an argument between multiculturalists and xenophobes. It does not really matter anymore that xenophobia is undesirable and that multiculturalism is desirable, this issue has evolved into something entirely different in an emerging dystopian reality of tragically failed multiculturalism, namely a matter of democratic self-preservation.