France will hesitate on the day after the attack against satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, and its leaders will say a few words of grief and threaten the Muslim world. The French police will continue searching for the three terrorists who murdered a dozen people in the heart of Paris on Wednesday.
But France will not say out loud what millions in Europe are thinking in their hearts: It's either them, the Muslims, or us, the Europeans (most of whom are Christian Catholic).
The Muslim empire struck again on Wednesday, and it will strike the European community, which it envies, again and again. Millions of Muslims have already occupied a significant part of Europe's countries a long time ago.
The Muslim invasion of the continent requires every European politician to consider the many voices of the Muslim population. Even a European politician who despises the Muslims, their religion and their lifestyle would be unwilling to risk making harsh comments, although he is expected to make them, at least today.
The Muslims didn't just murder 12 people on Wednesday, but a cultural movement which has developed in France since the student revolt in 1968 and has captured many hearts. Even those who do not belong to the left became fond of the anarchistic, uninhibited style of the popular weekly newspaper.
The murder which took place in Paris on Wednesday should become a milestone in the war against Muslim terror. It won't, because the Western world is not physically or mentally prepared to fight the enemies rising up to destroy it.
The Europeans, like the Americans and even like the Israelis, have failed to get to the bottom of the meaning of the Islamic occupation and did not prepare the tools for a war against it when they should have.
Now everyone will ask everyone what to do and will not find the answer. But the answer is clear to everyone, only no one is ready or wants to use it: It's either us – the Europeans, the Israelis and all those who support freedom and democracy – or them, the Muslims.
The murder of the 12 French people on Wednesday is not even the foreword of the preface of the introduction for them. This doesn't mean, God forbid, that the overwhelming majority of Muslims support murderers. The opposite may be true.
But if they are not destroyed while they are still small and while they are still few of them, we will soon face a new and horribly brutal world.