And so we hear that Western democracies will become demographically unworkable by, say, 2020 because the birthrate of muslims will overwhelm liberal and pluralist democratic ideals. There's a genre of discourse we should maybe call gothic impotence. Characterised by stern warnings and dark intimations of disaster, it takes solace in patent inevitabilities as a kind of bitter vindication. Scaremongering that doesn't bother to sell us practicable solutions is just indulgent.
Instead of getting edgy that soon "The skyscrapers will be theirs", and so, presumably, will our women; we should remember that prosperity and incorporation into the structure of our societies changes people - and is pretty much who "we" are anyway. It's right to insist on the framework of polite contestation that democracy depends on. Curiously, Mark Steyn believes the fatal problem for "Western civilization" is a loss of primal manliness (grr!) in the face of muslims everywhere who think-as-one: "The progressive agenda--lavish social welfare, abortion, secularism, multiculturalism--is collectively the real suicide bomb".