Bachmann on Muslim Migration: ‘This Is A Planned Invasion’ For The ‘Purpose of Destroying Western Christendom’

By Michael W. Chapman | February 10, 2016 | 5:30 PM EST

Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-

Minn.).  (CBS screenshot.) 

The movement of Muslims, not a few of whom are radicalized, into Europe and the United States is a “planned invasion” for the “specific purpose of destroying Western Christendom,” said former House Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), who stressed that you do not see “this mass migration into Russia or into China” – it is “all headed toward Western Christendom.”

““We saw this mass migration, this people movement, which is a historic people movement of Muslims from Islamic nations tending to be the most radicalized nations -- from those nations into nations that are known as Western Christendom,” said Rep. Bachmann during a Feb. 6 interview on the Understanding The Times with Jan Markell radio program. 

“So, you don’t see this mass migration into Russia, or into China, or into Indonesia,” she said. “This mass migration is all headed toward Western Christendom.”

Bachmann then said Minnesota is expected to have its “highest level immigration” this year.

On the migration in general, she said, “The people that are coming in are not Christians, generally speaking, very, very few Christians that are being moved. It is primarily Muslims and only young men, 80% tend to be young men going into Europe right now, for instance, but they also come from the most radicalized Islamists.”

“This clearly is an invasion,” said the former congresswoman.  “This is a planned invasion, not only in Europe but also in the United States.”

“I believe for the specific purpose of destroying Western Christendom, because that has been the strength of the world, economically, but also the strength of the world in terms of leadership, the nations that are known as Western Christendom,” she said.

While in Congress, Bachmann had served on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, which oversees the CIA, the NSA, and the entire federal intelligence community.

Bachmann continued in the interview, “I just want to give you one example. The Gatestone Institute is a fabulous organization, and they had an article come out on the Islamization in France in 2015.

“We know that Angela Merkel, the chancellor of Germany, brought in 1.1 million Muslims last year, into Germany, just in Germany alone,” said Bachmann. “France already was further down the road, and this is a direct quote, ‘We are in a war with jihadist terrorism that threatens the entire world.’

Islamic radical holding the Quran

and a rifle. (AP) 

“This is what the leader of France said, Hollande: The Muslim population of France, and I’m quoting from the Gatestone Institute, the Muslim population in France reached 6.5 million in 2015, 10% of the overall population,” she said. “In real terms, France has the largest Muslim population in the European Union, even more than Germany.”

“And then they [Gatestone Institute] go through an entire year of all the terror attacks, beginning with that Charlie Hebdo attack – when they went into a magazine and killed people and then they went to a synagogue and were killing Jews,” said Bachmann.

“All year long it’s been Islamic jihad 24/7, terrorist blood bath attacks 24/7,” she said.  “I just want to read one from this last December 2015: 70 employees at the two main airports in Paris – I’ve flown in and out of those airports at least a dozen times myself – nearly 70 employees of the two main airports in Paris had their security clearances revoked after they were identified as being Islamic extremists. In other words, they are true believers.”

“Here at the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport, the FBI picked up four who were members of the Islamic State, at the Minneapolis airport,” said Bachmann. “The more that we bring people into Western Christian countries, Islamic sympathizers and true believers, the more we will continue to see this problem.”    

Michele Bachmann, 59, served four terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, from 2007 to 2015. Prior to that she was a member of the Minnesota Senate, from 2001 to 2007.  She holds a law degree, and she and her husband, Marcus Bachmann, have five children and have provided foster care to 23 other children over the years. 

Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman