Arkiv for 3. marts 2011

Interview med Srdja Trifkovic

Interview: Trifkovic fights for free speech in Canada

By Boba Borojevic | Feb 28, 2011

Dr. Srdja Trifkovic, a scholar, author, and foreign affairs editor at Chronicles Magazine, was invited to speak at the University of British Columbia on February 24. His visit was vocally opposed by various Bosnian-Muslim lobbying groups, including one that calls itself the Institute for Research of Genocide of Canada.

Dr. Trifkovic was detained on arrival at Vancouver and some hours later sent back to the U.S. on the basis of apparently bogus accusations. The only people who have reason to “ban” him are those who seek, through lies, deceit and intimidation, to make our Canadian society less free and less open.  CKCU 93.1 FM Monday’s Encounter has contacted Dr. Trifkovic upon his return to Chicago in order to find out the reason behind his deportation from Canada.

Mere HER i Serbianna. Kan også læses her hos Free Republic.

Andre kilder: Ubyssey, Canada Free Press, Edmonton Journal,

Opdatering af kilder: Edmonton Journal, Edmonton Journal, Edmonton Journal, The American Thinker, Toronto Sun,

Opdatering 7. marts 2011 fra The American Thinker – Robert Spencer har skrevet en artikel, hvori han tager afstand fra antisemitiske bemærkninger fremsat af Trifkovic. Spencer anerkender også, at  Trifkovic er Israel-støtte:

As for Srdja Trifkovic, I am aware of his pro-Israel activity, as well as his paradoxically antisemitic statements

Link HER.

Opdatering 13. marts 2011 – se også denne fra Vdare:

Trifkovic vs. Spencer: Another Neocon Purge by Paul Gottfried

Link her.

Opdatering 18. marts 2011 fra Chronicles Magazine:

Barred From Canada: An Update

March 17th, 2011 • by Srdja Trifkovic

On March 3 Ambassador James Bissett had a letter published in Alberta’s premier daily, the Edmonton Journal, taking issue with an “assistant adjunct” professor [sic!] at the University of Alberta who had voiced support for the cancellation of my lectures at UBC and UofA because of my “denial of genocide” at Srebrenica:

Mere HER i Chronicles Magazine

Roger Scruton om diskrimination


By Roger Scruton from the March 2011 issue

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A court in Britain has just awarded damages to a gay couple against the owners of a family hotel who had refused to allow them to share a bedroom. Until recently it was normal for hotels in Britain to demand proof of marriage, before allowing a man and a woman to lodge together. Even now it is permissible for a hotel to refuse a room to a couple if one is a prostitute and the other her client. But it seems that it is not possible, even for Christians running a family hotel, to withhold a room from a couple of homosexuals. How did we get to this point, and what should we make of it?

Various statutes make it an offense for one who offers services or employment to “discriminate” on grounds judged to be irrelevant. Discrimination on grounds of race and religion has been ruled out for some time, on the understanding that our societies have to become blind to racial and religious differences if conflicts are to be avoided. The reason for this is not just pragmatic. We are heirs to the Enlightenment. Our public doctrine holds that morality is founded on humanity alone, and is therefore independent of race and religion. People believe this, even if they cannot prove that it is true.

Mere HER i The American Spectator.

Islamisk voldskultur

The Jerusalem Post har efter interviewet med Bernard Lewis en opfølgende artikel:

A legacy of violence

By Efraim Karsh 

February 28, 2011

Gap between delusions of grandeur, localism, bridged time and again by force of arms became key element of Islamic political culture.

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Turbulent times often breed nostalgia for a supposedly idyllic past. Viewing the upheavals sweeping the Middle East as a mass expression of outrage against oppression, eminent historian Bernard Lewis fondly recalled past regional order.

“The sort of authoritarian, even dictatorial regimes that rule most of the countries in the modern Islamic Middle East are a modern creation. They are a result of modernization,” he told The Jerusalem Post. “The pre-modern regimes were much more open, much more tolerant. You can see this from a number of contemporary descriptions. And the memory of that is still living.”

Mere HER i Jerusalem Post. Kan også læses her i Middle East Forum. Omtalte interview:

Lykken er…

Pascal Bruckner om lykke som begreb i kristendommen og i vore dage. Artiklen kan høres som mp3 her:

Condemned to Joy

The Western cult of happiness is a mirthless enterprise.

By Pascal Bruckner 

City Journal Winter 2011On August 21, 1670, Jacques Bossuet, the bishop of Meaux and official preacher to the court of Louis XIV, pronounced the eulogy for Princess Henrietta of England before the Prince of Condé. The Duchess of Orléans had died at 26 after drinking a glass of chicory that may have been poisoned. At the threshold of death, the young woman had called on priests rather than doctors, embraced the crucifix, asked for the holy sacraments, and cried out to God. The wonder of death, Bossuet exclaimed, citing Saint Anthony, was that “for the Christian, it does not put an end to life but rather to the sins and perils to which life is exposed. God abbreviates our temptations along with our days; he thus sets a limit to occasions that might cost us true, eternal life; for this world is nothing but our common exile.” The good death was a door opened on eternity, a passage to that “true, eternal life.” In this life, by contrast, agony was expected.

Mere HER i City Journal.

Video: Om Taslima Nasreen og islam i Bangladesh

Journyman Pictures har dags dato stillet denne dokumentarfilm til rådighed på YouTube. Det har ellers hidtil ikke været muligt at indlejre den på blogge.

I programmet medvirker foruden Taslima Nasrin også Muhammad Yunus, der i 2006 fik Nobelprisen for sit arbejde med mikrokredit. Filmen er fra 1994, men desværre deprimerende aktuel. Vi hører især om kvinders situation:

Taslima Nasreen – One Woman Against Islam

Andre kilder: Wikipedia, Wikipedia, Jyllands-Posten,

Audio: Walid Shoebat på The Dennis Miller Show

Studieværten aner ikke, hvem han har i studiet og kan ikke engang udtale Shoebats navn. Underligt interview om Det Muslimske Broderskab. Walid Shoebat når dog at komme med flere gode oplysninger. Fra 1. marts 2011:

Audio Headset Black 50Shoebat on the Muslim Brotherhood

Today’s guest Walid Shoebat, Former Member of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, talks about the Muslim Brotherhood, Gaddafi and unrest through the Middle East.

Startes HER. Åbner Windows Media Player. Varighed knap 10 minutter.

Firoozeh Bazrafkan med practical joke


Blachman og racismen

02.03.11 –  Firoozeh Bazrafkan

Logo Jyllands-Posten Very SmallSammen med bloggeren og debattøren Dan Ritto , har jeg i dag politianmeldt Thomas Blachman fra X-factor for racistiske ytringer efter straffelovens paragraf 266b – BT. Nedenstående er et fælles blogindlæg, begået af Dan & mig i fællesskab, hvori vi forklarer baggrunden for anmeldelsen:

Man forstår hensigten med dette kunstneriske stunt og jeg synes, det er et virkelig fint initiativ. Tyk ironi. Venstrefløjen og fornærmelsesparate muslimer fatter måske mere, når racismehysteriet går ud over alt og alle? Vi skal have afskaffet eller i det mindste ændret den racismeparagraf! Se det hele på Firoozeh Bazrafkans blog i Jyllands-Posten HER. Kan også læses her hos Sappho.

Bruce Bawer kan ikke lide vinmonopolet i Norge

Cheap Spirits and the Spirit of Freedom

Bruce Bawer PhotoWhen I learned that liquor can be sold in Louisiana all day and night, I was stunned. But then, I’ve lived in Norway so long that I’ve forgotten what it’s like to live like an adult.

February 28, 2011 – by Bruce Bawer

A couple of days ago a friend of mine here in Norway, where I live, posted a note on Facebook in which he sardonically noted: “Think what it’ll be like if it becomes possible for adult people to buy a bottle of red wine…at 5 PM on a Saturday or — horrors! — 7 PM on a weekday.”

Here’s the background. In Norway, all wine and spirits are sold in government-owned stores dedicated strictly to that purpose.  The stores — which collectively are known by the cozy name vinmonopolet, or “the wine monopoly” — are open from 10 to 6 on weekdays and 10 to 3 on Saturdays. They’re closed on Sundays and on all sorts of holidays. Around Christmas and Easter they’re closed for days at a stretch.

Mere HER i Pajamas Media.

Bernard-Henri Lévy: Artikel & interview

Først interviewet:

French Philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy On Style and Why People Hate Him

By Katie Roiphe – February 25, 2011

The Wall Street JournalBHL, as he is affectionately and not so affectionately called in France, is a philosopher, writer, publisher, filmmaker, provocateur and general lightning rod. It’s hard to imagine his equivalent in America, an intellectual with a movie star’s celebrity and cachet: We don’t grow them here. But in France, he is everywhere, adored, attacked, derided, applauded; so famous that his fame itself has become the subject of any discussion of him.

A splendid-looking man, he is known for his style: his white shirts, unbuttoned, a black jacket made by Charvet, sweeping leonine hair, dark eyes. He also exudes the brooding thinky je ne sais quoi of French philosophers from time immemorial. Suffice it to say that if you are looking for him in a hotel lobby you will not have trouble spotting him.

Mere HER i The Wall Street Journal eller her i Market Watch. Dernæst ariklen af Bernard-Henri Lévy:

And if Egypt (and Tunisia) Were to Intervene in Libya?

Bernard-Henri Lévy – February 28, 2011

“Unacceptable!” Barack Obama thundered.

“Unacceptable!” Nicolas Sarkozy thundered.

But in the midst of all this verbal rumbling, a thunder of fire continued to rain down on the terrorized Libyan people.

And, either paralyzed by past compromising, or wary, as usual, of giving rise to unending accusations of arrogance and meddling, or proving true, again, what I once called the Léon Blum theorem, whereby the strongest democracies, whatever their good intentions, find themselves paradoxically helpless when confronting extreme barbarism, the great powers are taking no action. They are content to stick to sanctions which certainly have their symbolic value but no longer intimidate a Qadaffi who, from now on, has nothing to lose. And here we are again, faced with the same stark prospect of carnage that prevailed in Berlin in 1953, in Hungary in 1956, in Sarajevo in 1992, and in Darfur in 2006 and 2007. As a French Minister of Foreign Affairs once said, “Of course, we shall do nothing.”

Mere HER i Huffington Post.

Robert Spencer om den tiltagende islamisering af USA

Obama’s Democracy Delusions

by Robert Spencer – March 1, 2011

President Obama made a strong statement in support of the Libyan protesters last Wednesday, condemning Gaddafi’s use of violence and affirming that the United States “strongly supports the universal rights of the Libyan people.”  Those include, he said, “the rights of peaceful assembly, free speech, and the ability of the Libyan people to determine their own destiny.”

Obama spoke with satisfaction about “the peaceful transition to democracy in both Tunisia and in Egypt” too, and was pleased that “the change that is taking place across the region is being driven by the people of the region.  This change doesn’t represent the work of the United States or any foreign power.  It represents the aspirations of people who are seeking a better life.”  He vowed that “throughout this time of transition, the United States will continue to stand up for freedom, stand up for justice, and stand up for the dignity of all people.”

Mere HER i Human Events.

Og om Anjem Choudary. Igen. Man kan høre den lille artikel nedenfor som mp3 her:

Muslims to rally for U.S. Islamic state

Chad Groening – OneNewsNow – March 2, 2011

Logo OneNewsNow MediumA bestselling author and critic of Islam doesn’t think much can be done to prevent an extreme Muslim cleric from holding a rally in front of the White House to call for an Islamic revolution in the U.S.

Anjem Choudary, a British citizen, has been making the rounds on American television for what critics are calling a publicity stunt. He has already sparked anger by saying “the flag of Islam will fly over the White House” one day and that Americans “are the biggest criminals in the world today.”

Mere HER hos OneNewsNow. Og en til fra samme kilde – også denne artikel kan høres som mp3 her:

Polygamy outlawed – so why not sharia?

Chad Groening – OneNewsNow – March 1, 2011

A bestselling author and critic of Islam argues that it will take a sea change in American policy for the United States to stop blindly issuing student visas to Muslims, despite the fact some come to the U.S. to commit terrorist acts.

Recently a 20-year-old Saudi Arabian national was arrested by the FBI in Texas, suspected of planning a terrorist attack using explosive chemicals. His possible targets included the Dallas home of former President George W. Bush. Authorities say the Islamic suspect indicated in his diary that he had been plotting an attack for years and obtained a scholarship so he could come directly to the United States to carry out jihad.

Mere HER hos OneNewsNow.

Andre kilder: Jihad Watch,

Pakistans eneste kristne minister myrdet

Pakistan’s only Christian minister killed. Copts massacred. Afghan convert sentenced to death. When will Britain wake up to Islam’s persecution of Christians?

By Damian Thompson – March 2nd, 2011

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Shahbaz Bhatti was Pakistan’s Minister for Minorities and today he paid the price for belonging to the most despised Pakistani minority of all: Christians. He was shot dead in his car for the crime of campaigning to reform the country’s medieval blasphemy laws. Those laws are used to make life hell for Christians – but that doesn’t seem to bother Britain and the EU, which pour millions of pounds into Pakistan and don’t make a big deal out of anti-Christian persecution.

I don’t recall an enormous fuss being made, either, when Egypt last week acquitted the suspected murderers of six Coptic Christians mown down as they left Mass in Nag Hammadi in January. That was the “justice” handed out to Christians in Mubarak’s Egypt. If the Muslim Brotherhood seize power, this sort of case won’t even come to court.

Mere HER i The Telegraph.

Andre kilder: BBC,

Paven om forholdet mellem jøder og kristne

Dette initiativ har været for længe undervejs:

Pope Benedict Exonerates Jews for Jesus’ Death in New Book

March 02, 2011

Pope Benedict XVIPope Benedict XVI has made a sweeping exoneration of the Jewish people for the death of Jesus Christ, tackling one of the most controversial issues in Christianity in a new book.

In “Jesus of Nazareth-Part II” excerpts released Wednesday, Benedict explains biblically and theologically why there is no basis in Scripture for the argument that the Jewish people as a whole were responsible for Jesus’ death.

Og italienerne? Hvilken rolle spillede de? Det var dem, der havde magten, ikke sandt? Men det sagde Paven nu ikke noget om. Han vaskede vel bare sine hænder?  :lol: Mere HER hos Fox News.

Caroline Glick med endnu et effektivt angreb på venstrefløjen

Jeg saver stadig svar på, hvilken rolle Googles ansatte spiller i balladen i Egypten? Well, artiklen er ret god alligevel:

Logo Jerusalem Post Icon SmallThe West’s proxy war against the Jews

By Caroline Glick  – February 28, 2011

Logo Jerusalem Post Icon SmallBy focusing attention on Israel and its crimes, Europeans, American admirers ignore Islamic war against Israel, global jihad.

Logo Jerusalem Post Icon SmallIt was a stunning moment of moral clarity. As the South Vietnamese refugees clambered onto rickety boats in the South China Sea to escape the victorious Communists, the American Left that orchestrated the US defeat through a sustained campaign of propaganda and fake calls for peace stood silent.

Logo Jerusalem Post Icon SmallAs Pol Pot, the “progressive” dictator tortured and murdered a third of his people in Cambodia, the leftists “peace” activists in the US and Europe who never saw a US military operation that was justified, turned a blind eye.

Mere HER i The Jerusalem Post. Kan også læses her i Canada Free Press eller her på Caroline Glicks blog. Family Security Matters her.

Andre kilder: FrontPageMagazine, RealClearPolitics,

Sappho om Dokumentations- og Rådgivningscenteret om Racediskrimination

Baggrund: Dom for bedrageri stoppede ikke DRC-grundlægger

01. marts 2011 – artikel af Sapphos redaktion

I den gode sags tjeneste kan man åbenbart tillade sig lidt af hvert. Grundlæggeren af DRC, Eric Tinor-Centi, forsøgte sig først med et integrationskontor i Norge. I den forbindelse snød han den norske stat for tæt på 100.000 kr. Da det blev opdaget rykkede han videre til Danmark.

Mere HER i Sappho.

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Københavns Kommune støtter racismecenter

01. marts 2011 – artikel af Sapphos redaktion

Dokumentations- og Rådgivningscenteret om Racediskrimination har gennem tiden anklaget og udhængt en lang række personer for racisme – heriblandt Trykkefrihedsselskabets formand, Lars Hedegaard. De københavnske skattebetalere er med til at finansiere det.

Sappho HER.

Sverige og Danmark: Hvad er forskellen?

02. marts 2011 – klumme af Katrine Winkel Holm

Hvad er forklaringen på de aktuelle forskelle på Danmark og Sverige? Katrine Winkel Holm fremhæver en enkelt chefredaktørs indsats.

Mere hos Sappho HER. Også Claes Kastholm Hansen skriver i Berlingske Tidendes Groft Sagt om Dokumentations- og Rådgivningscentret om Racediskrimination. Link her.


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