Monday, 13 August 2007

Open letter from Paul weston

Paul is a regular contributor to anti-Islamist sites and his letter below sums up the feelings of many who have phoned or emailed SIOE


It had to happen. It was just a matter of when. Writers on sites such as Gates of Vienna have spent years detailing the totalitarian impulses of the European Union and the associated apparatchiks riding on their coat tails.

And now it is out in the open. A peaceful democratic protest, organised by people with no trace of historically violent behaviour is banned because the Mayor of Brussels, a Mr Freddie Thielemans, believes he cannot guarantee the safety of the public, and perhaps more pertinently, does not wish to upset the delicate sensibilities of Brussels’s large resident Muslim community.

What a sense of relief! Those hours spent researching, reading and writing up on the European Union and it’s dastardly plans for it’s “community” of citizens were not in vain. No matter how right we may have thought we were, there was always that nagging doubt in the back of one’s mind that perhaps it was all too fantastical to be true; is it really possible that white Western European leaders (unelected, but surely that too could not be true, after all we live in a democracy do we not?) were intent on betraying and sacrificing their own people, all half a billion of them, in their pursuit of power and a seat at the never ending trough of financial swill?

But now the face of Europe’s totalitarian New Order has exposed itself in all of it’s slippery, devious, treacherous, lying, naked ambition. If they are prepared to deny free speech and freedom to demonstrate, then what else will they deny us? Could those scarcely believable tales, spun across the “right wing” web sites, making outrageous claims that the EU wanted to incorporate old Christian Europe into a new Islamic entity called Eurabia possibly be true?

And if that is the case, what of the threat of arrest by Europol, (whose headquarters is rather fittingly the ex-Gestapo headquarters) followed by transportation and trial before Eurojust, with both organisations taking precedence over and above the judicial and police departments of national countries. Can it really be the case that such an arrest can take place for mere criticism of an EU institution, a criticism subsequently identified as a criminal act of xenophobic hatred?

These must just be rumours; it is too Orwellian, too Big Brotherish to possibly be true. But these plans are already in the EU pipeline, waiting for the day to come, and come it will before the next two years are out, after which the EU will have total control of it’s subject peoples. No more elections, no more sovereignty, no nation states, no freedom, just an imminent minority status of jizyah paying Dhimmitude.

Will you be able to leave the EU? I doubt it. A gigantic experiment in “social justice” coupled with an ageing population will require an ever-increasing tax burden on its working population. If you think you will be able to jump ship and leg it to Australia then think again buddy boy; without the taxpayer the EU will implode. They need your tax euros’ and you ain’t going nowhere.

As is often the case in history, world-changing events spring from nowhere. If the mayor of Brussels had given his approval to the 11th September demonstration, it is likely that a few thousand would have turned up, waved a few flags and gone home again. The media would have ignored it and the EU would continue on its merry way to full totalitarian rule.

But now the gloves are off. By showing his totalitarian hand before the EU has total power, mayor Thielemans has allowed us a vision of our future, and that vision is of jackboots, flags, gulags, servitude, secret police, religious police, and “mental institutions” for those not toeing the political/religious line.

We may be unable to stop the EU doing anything it wishes to do in a couple of years time - the internet will be blocked, dissidents imprisoned and telephones tapped - but we can do something about it now.

And that something is to be in Brussels on Sep 11th. This may be your one and only chance to make an impression on our EU masters before they make your protest impossible.

By outlawing a democratic demonstration, mayor Thielemans has laid down a marker that will be studied closely by the Brussels politicians. He has slapped our face with his glove, issued a challenge, fired the FIRST shot in a new war. If you run away and hide after the opening salvo then we are finished as a people, a culture, a race and a civilisation.

Don’t let Thielemans and his EU cronies’ notch up a victory after just one act of aggression. Do your duty. Book that ticket for Brussels. In years to come we may well look back and note that 10th August 2007 saw the beginnings of resistance or the beginning of the end.

Paul Weston


Anonymous said...

If anything, that letter completely confused the issue. Are people supposed to be demonstrating against the Islamification of Europe, or are they supposed to be demonstrating against the EU? The letter seemed to be complaining about the errosion of civil liberties, and suggesting we'd be ruled by a dictatorship within the next couple of years. I thought SIOE was supposed to be simply about the influence of Islamists in Europe. The freedom of people in the EU, and Islamism are two completely separate issues. If SIOE is going to go anywhere, it needs to concentrate only on defeating Islamism. There are organisations which can challenge the political system in the EU separately, and the author who wrote the letter probably belongs in one of those organisations.

Stephen Gash said...

We are out to stop the Islamisation of Europe.

This Islamisation is being enabled by our politicians, with directives from the EU.

Thielemans's banning of the march typifies the authoritarianism of our politicians.

EU politicians are more of a danger than Islamists themselves because politicians like Thilemans hold the power which they selectively wield.

jnod said...

Winston Churchill said:
"If you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a small chance of survival. There may even be a worse case: you may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves."