Following the success of the Swiss referendum to ban future Islamic minarets in the country, the entirely predictable reaction of the race and equalities industry has already started; they are ascribing the result as a win for the 'far right'. Just as they described France's ban on headscarves in schools. And just as they describe Sarkozy's proposed ban on full-body burqas in France.
It's a comfortable self-delusion, no doubt. So much easier than having to face the fact that 57% of the Swissies aren't far right nutters but decent, ordinary people for whom the Islamisation of their public space was a step too far.
Islam remains an alien and fearsome heresy for many Christian Europeans. We may tolerate Muslims in our midst as long as they assimilate, become invisible, integrate into the mainstream, but are unwilling to accept the provocation of minarets and Niqabs. This, I think, is right and justified. In the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland and France democracy is working - creaking and groaning, opposed by the race, rights and equalities industry, but working.
It's an overdue adjustment that needs to be made across Europe - made peacefully and democratically, without violence or pogroms or persecution or displacement. We are a Europe of the Light; we face adherents of the Dark. The Light must win; the Light always must win.