Cecilia Malmström, Europa-Kommssionær for Indre Anliggender, er en halvhippie og en forfærdelig person, siger Geert Wilders i følge Dutch News. Wilders vil nemlig have indvandringen skåret ned til 50 pct., men Malmström står i vejen. Wilders synes også, at det er noget pjat, at den hollandske stat vil fejre 400 årsdagen for “Dutch-Turkish relations”:
“Gül’s Islamic regime and his party colleague, Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan, are no friends of the West and therefore not of the Netherlands either. President Gül is not welcome. Turkey has no place in the community of European values and there’s no reason for a party.
Det siger Wilders i følge Radio Netherlands Worldwide. Men sandheden er altid ilde hørt. Om fornærmede muslimer:
The United Nations: The Devil’s Jury
by David P. Goldman – November 24, 2011
In Stephen Vincent Benét’s story “The Devil and Daniel Webster,” Satan called a jury of the damned composed of turncoats, traitors, and Blackbeard the Pirate, “with the stench of hell still upon them.” At the United Nations Human Rights Council, accusations against the Dutch political leader Geert Wilders will be heard by Chinese and Russian lawyers who spent the 1970s and 1980s running the “human rights” entities of their respective countries, an Egyptian-educated diplomat from Morocco, and a “human rights” specialist from Cuba, according to the UNHRC website. The Cuban died last year, but in the spirit of Benét’s story, he still might be serving on the UN working group hearing Mr. Wilders’s case.
Last week, three Dutch Moroccans filed a complaint against their country’s government with the UNHRC, an entity that U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon in 2007 accused of a “pathological obsession with Israel,” echoing similar complaints by the United States, Canada and the European Union. Under the Bush administration the United States boycotted the Council, but President Obama sent American diplomats back to it. On Oct. 1, the State Department released a statement claiming that “U.S. engagement thus far has resulted in significant improvements to the Human Rights Council as a multilateral forum for promoting and protecting human rights. Accomplishments include groundbreaking resolutions on freedom of expression, freedom of assembly, preventing discrimination against women, LGBT human rights, (and) religious tolerance.”
Mere HER hos Hudson New York. Bawer har mere om Hollands håbløse situation:
Netherlands Sliding Into the Abyss
By Bruce Bawer – November 17, 2011
In a new interview in the Dutch magazine Panorama, Geert Wilders talks about a variety of things, including his forthcoming book about Islam, which will be published in the U.S. in April. In it, he says, he’ll document the fact that “Islam is a dangerous ideology” and that “Muhammed really is one of the big bad guys” of history, whose negative influence continues to be felt today. Yes, Wilders acknowledges, there are genuinely moderate people who call themselves Muslims, and if they want to call themselves Muslims that’s fine with him — but there is no such thing as a moderate Islam.
What, asks the interviewer, is his great fear? Answer: that “if we don’t put an end to Islamization, it will slowly but surely insinuate itself into our society, at the cost of our freedom. And bit by bit things will go the wrong way. That’s why I’m extending this warning. Otherwise someday our children and grandchildren won’t have freedom any more.” To which the interviewer replies: “And if people say: come on, Geert, it’s not really so bad, is it?…What do you say then?” “I say: it’s worse than you think.”
Mere HER hos AINA. Kan også læses her i FrontPageMagazine.
Jihad Watch kunne den 3. september 2011 berette om jihad i en hollandsk koncertsal:
Welcome to Eurabia. Here is yet another indication that Islamic supremacists will not allow the Infidels to maintain their practices that are forbidden by Sharia — such as music. […]
Jihad Watch har oversat dette citat fra ShowNieuws:
Tonight a man was arrested at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. There was a classical concert scheduled in the Great Hall, where Queen Beatrix sat on the first row. Concertgebouw director Simon Reinink confirmed this to ShowNieuws. This man, neatly dressed in a suit, entered the stage and began a speech about Islam. He called himself the servant of God and invited the public to believe. One person who was present wrote on Twitter: “He said: ‘There is no bomb … I’m sorry.'”
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