Friday, 16 November 2007

How one of the biggest rows of modern times helped Danish exports to prosper

The Guardian used the same sloppy journalistic tags in an otherwise decent analysis

"The cartoons provoked a group of Danish imams to tour the Middle East. By February this year, Denmark's centre-right Liberal prime minister, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, was dealing with the country's worst crisis since the second world war. Muslim mobs set fire to Danish embassies in Damascus and Beirut, burnt the Danish flag, and boycotted Danish cheese. At least 139 people died."

I say that's a bit strong - "Muslim mobs" ??

The Guardian will find itself branded "racist" "hate" etc etc as has if it goes on in this "racist" "hateful" manner.

"While Danish milk products were dumped in the Middle East, fervent rightwing Americans started buying Bang & Olufsen stereos and Lego."

So supporting Denmark by choosing to buy Danish produce is fervently "right wing" but killing 139 people and burning down embassies is "wingless". Well maybe Islamism is "left wing" seeing as how the "left" has killed more people than all of the other regimes put together.

The article goes on to say

"Denmark has now drifted to the right - as has neighbouring Sweden, which last week booted out its Social Democrat government.


At the moment the assimilationists - who insist immigrants should become more Danish - are in the ascendant. The government is considering Danish language tests for foreigners applying for a passport."

How disgustingly right wing

It then concludes

"The cartoons sparked global demonstrations. At least 139 people were killed in protests, mainly in Nigeria, Libya, Pakistan and Afghanistan

Mobs burned down the Danish and Norwegian embassies in Syria and the Danish embassy in Beirut, leaving one protester dead. Gunmen also stormed the EU's office in Gaza, briefly kidnapping a German tourist

Saudia Arabia, Kuwait and other Middle East countries boycotted Danish goods. Danish exports to the Middle East slumped by 15.5%

Death threats and reward offers for killing the cartoonists were made. Most are still in hiding. One Indian minister offered a reward of $1.1m (£590,000) for anybody who beheaded a Danish cartoonist"

So is Islamisation left wing or right wing? Whatever it is we are not having it in Europe.

The next declaration that we going to Stop Islamisation Of Europe is in Marseilles on 8th December.

Those who have fled to Europe to escape Islamic persecution in your own countries are invited to attend the SIOE demonstration in Marseilles.

Otherwise, where else will you flee to?

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