Daniel Pipes: - Europe is in for a rough ride

Daniel Pipes: - Europe is in for a rough ride
Daniel Pipes is an American historian, writer, and political commentator. He is the president of the Middle East Forum, and publisher of its Middle East Quarterly journal. His writing focuses on the American foreign policy and the Middle East. He is also an Expert at Wikistrat. He served as director of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, before founding the Middle East Forum.

In this new video he adresses the possible outcomes caused by the continuous flow of Muslim migrants into Europe.

Pipes says the most likely outcome is that people in the West at some point have enough and start voting for far-right parties, which is already happening in several European countries. It will be bad times, he predicts.

- Now this is not going to be a pretty sight. These parties are raw. They are in many cases quite extreme. They might be prone to violence. They will upset the existing accommodations, so it'll be a rough ride. It will not be a simple repudiation, it will be nasty. To put in its largest terms, pox americana, the unprecedented peace that Europe has had since 1945 under the ages of the United States is coming apart, and I think Europe is in for a rough ride ahead, says Pipes.

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