Arkiv for 21. november 2011

Sappho om sharia, djævle, drager, trotskister og mere

De kommer vidt omkring i det foretagende. Fra skønne Sappho:

Ordets jihad

15. november 2011 – klumme af Jette Plesner Dali

Ordet “ghetto” er ved at blive bandlyst. Bandlysningen er led i en igangværende kamp på ord, der skal ses som en domænekamp mellem grundloven og sharia’en, skriver Jette Plesner Dali

Mere HER i Sappho.

Logo Sappho AntiqueHver djævel har sin tid

21. november 2011 – klumme af Bent Jensen

Sådan hedder det i salmen. De totalitære djævelskaber i det 20. århundrede er væk. Nu gælder det den totalitære islam, skriver Bent Jensen

Mere HER i Sappho. Den næste artikel kan læses på engelsk på Mark Steyns hjemmeside her:

Skt. Georg og dragerne

19. november 2011 – artikel af Mark Steyn

Mark Steyn om Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Anders Breivik, romantiseringen af det arabiske forår og Skt. Georg og hans flag, som pakkes af vejen i det multikulturelle England

Mere HER i Sappho.

Fra trotskisme til trykkefrihed

18. november 2011 – interview af Sapphos redaktion

Nyt lys på Blekingegadebanden, inside-fortællinger om Berlingske Tidendes Groft sagt-spalte og beretningen om Trykkefrihedsselskabet i medvind og julestorm. Og så selvfølgelig den store fortælling om vandringen væk fra trotskismen. Lars Hedegaard udgiver næste bind af sine erindringer og Sappho har spurgt ham, hvad vi kan forvente.

Mere HER hos Sappho.

  • Man kan købe Lars Hedegaards nye bog, “Ræven går derude, mor” her og Niels Thomsens “Halallucinationer” her.
  • Køb krus med Kurt Westergaards berømte tegning af Muhammed med bomben her.
  • Husk: Forfattermøde med Bent Jensen, Lars Hedegaard, Farshad Kholghi og Niels Thomsen den 8. december 2011 – tilmelding her hos Trykkefrihedsselskabet
  • Desuden link til denne uges “Sharia-toppen” af Nicolai Sennels her

Hege Storhaug i Pajamas Media

Norge følger i Sveriges fodspor:

Very Little to Debate at ‘Human Rights in Islam’ Discussion

A University of Oslo program reveals that Sharia is alive and well in Norway.

By Hege Storhaug – 18. November 2011

Pajamas Media New LogoIt is impossible for me to provide a complete account of the debate on “Human Rights in Islam: Just or Unjust?” that was held under the auspices of IslamNet, Norway’s largest Islamic organization, on November 7, 2011. The “ideas” that were presented were utterly lacking in logic or intelligence, and the whole thing raced by very fast.  It was almost impossible to keep up with it all: claims were made at a tempo out of another world, and were absolutely without substance.  It was far more a revival meeting than a debate.

They delightedly applauded the chopping off of hands and feet.  And they didn’t raise an eyebrow when executions committed by family agreement were defended as a reasonable ”human right in Islam.”

Mere HER hos Pajamas Media. Kan også læses her hos Human Rights Service.

Daniel Greenfield – lidt håndpluk

Jeg har valgt lidt ud fra november måneds Greenfield-produktion:

The roots of slavery can be found in the Muslim slave trade

Islam, the Religion of Slavery

Daniel Greenfield – November 10, 2011

The slow collapse of Dubai, a desert mirage built on oil money, human misery and the greed of Western businesses, reminds us once again of the fate of all slave economies in the end. But for all the skyscrapers in Dubai, the glittering avenues built by slave labor and the abundance of luxury American and European automobiles—the story of Dubai and Saudi Arabia is very much an old story in a Muslim Middle East, of fat prosperous sheiks clutching their ill gotten gains to themselves and ruling over harems and companies of slaves, until the end comes.

Like Muslim Brotherhood derived terrorists using the latest Web 2.0 social media as part of a quest to drive humanity back into the dark ages, the Gulf States are a very old story with the external gilt and glitz of modernity. While the Muslim world may employ the tools and utilities of the 21st century, even mimic its terminology, it has never left its own dark ages… and its dominant religious and social movements are all geared toward making sure that it never does.

Mere HER i Canada Free Press. Sultan Knish har den her.

The fanatics want armageddon, the clerics want a big gun that they can use to become a world power and the people doing the killing– it’s anyone’s guess what they want

Don’t Underestimate Iran’s Instability

Daniel Greenfield – November 17, 2011

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Israeli leaders and generals certainly don’t mind smiling knowingly every time a top Iranian commander meets an untimely accident, which has been happening surprisingly often these past few years, but the explanation is likely to be more complicated than Mossad secrets agents operating behind the scenes. The logistics of infiltrating people on the ground to carry out assassinations isn’t easy, anyone viewing the chronology of the Dubai hit for one man in a hotel room, can only begin to imagine what it would take to pull off more complicated operations in Iran, which sees far less foreign travelers and has much tighter security.

There’s no doubt that Israel has its hand in it, but it’s also unwise to underestimate the meltdown of the Iranian revolution which began with Ahmadinejad’s fraudulent reelection and has turned into a complex power struggle between the Ayatollahs, Ahmadinejad and a populist movement that draws on student protests and brings together reformist Mullahs, Communists and masses of young people who want to live their lives without the religious police looking over their shoulders.

Mere HER hos Canada Free Press. Kan også læses her hos Sultan Knish.

Perpetuate a myth of Islamic innocence

The Dangers of Legitimizing Muslim Grievances

Daniel Greenfield – November 14, 2011

There is no surer path to Muslim violence than through the legitimization of Muslim grievance. And once you accept the legitimacy of the grievance, then you are also bound to accept the legitimacy of the violence that follows.

Violence begins with grievance. Grievance is the pretext for violence and the narrative for the violence. Liberals make a fetish of separating the grievance from the violence, emphasizing constructive means of resolving the grievance. But what do you do when the grievance and the violence are inseparable?

Canada Free Press HER. Sultan Knish her.

Egypt Falls into Darkness

by Daniel Greenfield on Nov 16th, 2011

Rebuilding the Library of Alexandria some 1300 hundred years after its final destruction at the hands of its Islamic conquerors in a country where blasphemy against Islam is still a crime was always a fool’s errand. But it was a fool’s errand lavishly embraced by every collection of useful idiots from UNESCO to the National Library of France, which kicked in half a million books.

Most of the money was spent constructing a massive edifice housing only a fraction of the books that could be found in the Harvard University Library, the Library of Congress or the British Library– in a country with a lower literacy rate than much of the African continent. The Library was a Mubarak project and as the wonderful Arab Spring turns into the Islamic Winter, the mobs of Tahrir are coming for the library.

Mere HER i FrontPageMagazine. AINA her.

Islamophobia: A License to Kill

by Daniel Greenfield on Nov 11th, 2011

Once upon a time when newspaper and magazine offices were torched for offending a powerful group, the rest of the press would rally behind them. But when Charlie Hedbo, a French satirical magazine decided to put out an issue dedicated to Islam with a cover of Mohammed declaring, “100 lashes if you don’t die laughing,” and received a very special burning “Letter to the Editor” from the country’s “Religion of Peace,” the American press lined up behind the firebombers.

Christopher Dickey​, the Paris Bureau editor at Newsweek suggested that the far right was probably behind it because it had the most to gain from the attack. Dickey was unable to accuse Hedbo, a left-wing magazine, of being a member of the far-right, so he did the next best thing by diverting attention from the perpetrators and transforming Muslims into the victims of a far-right conspiracy.

Mere HER i FrontPageMagazine. Right Side News her.

Andre kilder: The Examiner,

Spanien næste dominobrik?

Hovederne ruller, mens EU går ned:

The Euro: The Rope That Is Strangling Spain… and Europe’s Democracy

by Peter Martino – November 21, 2011

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Spain’s Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero is the fourth head of government of the 17 eurozone countries in barely six weeks to lose his position as a result of the eurocrisis. Earlier Slovakia’s Iveta Radicova, Greece’s George Papandreou and Italy’s Silvio Berlusconi were forced to resign. Last Sunday, Zapatero lost the elections after a campaign which was overshadowed by the worst economic crisis Spain has encountered since civil war in the 1930s.

Spain has Europe’s highest unemployment rate – almost 23% of the workforce is without a job – and its highest youth unemployment – a staggering 47%. Spain’s national debt is relatively low, but, with a budget defecit of 9% and hardly any economic growth, is rising rapidly.

Mere HER hos Hudson New York.

Andre kilder: The Telegraph,


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