Thursday, 23 August 2007

The Brunei Times accuses Europe of racism

Read this in the Brunei Times concerning the banned 11th September Brussels march

in which the journal writes "Despite many warnings against this extreme right wave, it seems hard to stop the train, one that is leading to an "enlightened" Kristallnacht (the night on which the German parliament was put on fire, beginning the Holocaust)."

Then look at these images of the democratically elected Islamist parties Hezbollah and Hamas that receive economic aid from European taxpayers

A simple internet image search for 'Hezbollah Hamas nazi salute' will reveal many such images.

Brandishing the nazi salute is illegal in Germany and Austria, but German and Austrian taxpayers are subsidising the world's two most overtly nazi parties in Hezbollah and Hamas.

It is also illegal to distribute copies of Mein Kampf in Germany and Austria but this is not the case in Islamic countries where Arabic translations are readily available, and maybe also in Brunei.

So it is a tad ironic for a journal published in an Islamic country to accuse SIOE of promoting a move to an "enlightened Kristallnacht"

SIOE has consistently repudiated nazism as heavily as it has repudiated Islamism.

Meanwhile today's Daily Mail published this story entitled "Rough justice: 80 lashes for 'immoral' Iranian who abused alcohol and had sex"

Presumably, those who criticise SIOE wish to allow Sharia law into Europe. Perhaps such people inhabiting Western chattering classes think they will be able to pick and choose which parts of Sharia law suits them? Think again!

The article in the Brunei Times was penned by Eva Vergaelen in Brussels.

SIOE welcomes this article and welcomes any discussion about what it stands for. It is called democracy, a concept that seemingly escapes Mayor "Kalifascist" Freddy Thielemans.

This notion also apparently escapes Eva Vergaelen who has not yet contacted SIOE to my knowledge.

In her article Eva Vergaelen correctly scribes "According to SIOE, there are no moderate Muslims and Islamophobia is not a result of racism, but of "the height of common sense".

If "Kalifascist" Freddy Thielemans permits the Arabic Europe League (AEG) to demonstrate in Brussels on 11th September against Islamophobia and racism,

instead of SIOE's Stop Islamisation Of Europe, no doubt we will see many "moderate" Muslims on Brussels streets. Whether some of these will be people whom Mayor Thielemans feared would be violent against SIOE's supporters is now a rhetorical question.

In any case these "moderate Muslims" have not yet demonstrated against the many real (not imagined) Kristallnachts being perpetrated in Islamic countries on a daily basis.

Krystallnachts which see non-Muslims killed and displaced in their thousands every year in Islamic countries and which go unreported by holier-than-thou reporters like Eva Vergaelen.

Therefore, the logical conclusion is that "moderate Muslims" are perfectly happy to see infidels persecuted in the name of their relgion. As this is obviously the case, SIOE rightly identifies such people as being immoderate.

I notice the Brunei Times says Eva Vergaelen has "embraced" Islam. Yes: to embrace Islam means to have said: Ashadu ahn illa illahi hua Muhammad rasul Allah - I hereby testify that there is no other God than Allah - that is to"embrace" wonder she opposes freedom of speech!

And finally, as if anyone with half a brain needs reminding, Islamism is not a race, it is a particularly nasty form of oppression.


Cassandra said...

This is verbatim what Abu Jahjah said in the HLN.Belgian paper
Eva and Abu seem to be closely communicating and escalating the discourse to new heights. The dangerous Kristallnacht allusion is also his, as is the hypocrisy thing.
Diab Abu Jahjah is a rather clever, little demagogue who's learned in his native Lebanon how to play ethnic and religious divisions to the advantage of Fascism.
He's clearly livid with the SIOE appeal to moderates and apostates, which he sees as 'his people'. He's denouncing the hypocrisy of the appeal in no uncertain terms: "'The train has left and where it will end is predictable: an enlightenened Kristallnacht'. According to the AEL an Islamic ghost has been created so as not to discuss the real problems of capitalist society".
This guy is really bad news. The AEL is a club of agents provocateurs who are ready for a showdown.
Cheers! Bees pee upon them all!

Aeneas said...

Ours is the first great political movement of the twenty first century. Words will be written about our deeds and about the courage that we will show by defying dictatorship and assembling as planned on 11 September. Whatever fortune bestows upon us in future years, those of us who go will be able to proudly say that we answered the desperate call of freedom, we had the courage of our convictions and we stood firm and resolute, together in unity and common purpose.

Great causes are not fuelled by ease and certainty but by taking risks, making sacrifices and exhibiting single-minded determination to succeed. Standing up against tyranny and oppression has never been easy or safe, why should it be any different now? It is those with courage who make history it is those that don’t who are shaped by events. It is our holy duty as Europeans to stand up for freedom and defend it when it is in peril. If we are intimidated and make excuses, inventing reasons why we should not go to Brussels in September then we deserve to be slaves. We would be abandoning our rights as Europeans and accepting inevitable servitude and debasement.

The Mayor has illustrated very clearly the direction in which we are heading here in Europe - the European elite’s hand has been tipped. Freedom itself is in peril, we must stand up to defend it or lose it forever. Those in power are terrified by our sort of grass roots, popular movement and will do everything they can to undermine it so that they can cling to their unearned power. They are not yet ready and we have unnerved them. The EU is still only pregnant with tyranny and there is still time to put the EU monster back in its box and stop this undemocratic juggernaut before it gathers the momentum to fully demolish our liberties.

Those of you who are intimidated by the rantings of the man in the Brussels mayor’s office and are thinking of staying in the relative safety of hearth and home consider the following. The powers of the European police state increase with staggering speed. This might indeed be our last chance to openly show our disgust to our rulers. If we do not make this demonstration an overwhelming success there will be consequences. There might be new laws that prevent free speech and free assembly. Our freedom of movement to assemble collectively as Europeans from different national traditions may be put in jeopardy. In fact protesting in public might be made illegal. Furthermore, there will be more time for those in power to brainwash the young and subvert the society that they are there to protect.

The eyes of the world are on us; what we do (or don’t do) in September will resonate across the new century. Defenders of liberty hear me – we must stand together and stand firm, the hopes and aspirations of future generations of Europeans are in our hands. I for one want to be able to say in years to come that I answered the call and was there when the voice of freedom was finally heard. Western civilisation needs you all.

Ancient Briton said...

This hedonistic generation has betrayed our Nation and our heritage.

Alfred King of the Anglo Saxons RIP.

Apathetic, Lazy, Lacking Balls, When will you all wake up and come to the defence of our Islands?

What has happened to our Anglo Saxon nation?

We are on a handcart to Hell!