It would be a mistake to think that Fortuyn, Van Gogh, Ali and Wilders suffered their fates because they were involved with the ‘Muslim issue’. Islam was only incidental to the perilous currents swirling around them. No. Things ran deeper than that. What these four found themselves in the midst of was the greatest mass suicide event of the last 100 years: the repeal of the enlightenment; the murder of a culture. The court that issued the ideological fatwah against him wasn’t a clerical court in Southwest Asia, but a secular one in the heart of modern Europe. They’re not coming at us from the outside; they’re here.
Wretchard of the Belmont Club discussing Bruce Bawers 'Submission in the Netherlands'