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Mainstreammedierne definerer bestemte sager og bestemte personer som moralske omdrejningspunkter, eller agerer ukritiske formidlere for grupper med disse sager og personer på dagsordenen. Det er udelukkende på grund af manglende kritisk perspektivering at kirkebesætternes status som moralsk omdrejningspunkt er blevet noget taget-for-givet. Jeg er ikke bekendt med journalistik der har stillet spørgsmålet “i og med at Danmark kun kan give ophold til et begrænset antal mennesker, hvorfor skal lige netop kirkebesætterne have ophold på bekostning af andre, dokumenterbart forfulgte, personer?”

Havde blogverdenen haft samme mulighed som mainstreammedierne for at definere eller stadfæste sager og personer som moralske omdrejningspunkter, kunne man særdeles passende have valgt forfulgte kristne, jøder eller hinduer i muslimske lande. Mon ikke de fleste ville finde disse eksempler på mod langt mere fortjent til respekt end klynk fra en ansigtstatoveret kriminel, eller et teatralsk forsøg på at kaste sig ned fra …. orglet i Brorsons Kirke? Og så tilhører de pågældende heller ikke en aggressiv herrefolksideologi, og vores egeninteresser skal jo også tilgodeses (LFPC).

[…] Lubna Hussein, the Sudanese journalist who is facing 40 lashes for “indecency” because she wore trousers—has just been barred from leaving Sudan.

Interestingly, Hussein is a Christian, not a Muslim; she is also a former UN worker. (For the sake of this lawsuit, she immediately quit her UN job which would have provided her with immunity from such prosecution). […]

In bloodthirsty Iran, two women are in jail and on trial—for being Christian, for having dared to convert from Islam. They are apostates and apostasy, (leaving Islam) is a capital offense.

Maryam Rustampoor, 27, and Marzieh Amirizadeh, 30, have been jailed in Evin Prison for the last five months and have been kept in solitary, tortured, and denied medical treatment. Earlier this week they nevertheless courageously stood up to their interrogator. Although one of the women is in severe pain, they both refused to renounce their faith. The courtroom dialogue resembles the trial of Joan of Arc. The two women claimed that “God had convinced them through the Holy Spirit.” Their interlocutor stated “It is impossible for God to speak with humans,”—to which Amirizadeh replied: “Are you questioning whether God is Almighty?”

Deputy Prosecutor: “You were Muslims and now you have become Christians.”

The Women: “We were born in Muslim families, but we were not Muslims.” Phyllis Chesler: Open Season on Christians in the Islamic World

Invasion by immigration

The late British parliamentarian Enoch Powell warned more than 40 years ago that Britain had to be mad to allow in 50,000 dependents of immigrants every year. Mr. Powell, who was denounced as a racist and a xenophobe by the intellectual elites, compared it to watching a nation busily engaged in heaping up its own funeral pyre.

In retrospect, Mr. Powell looks like a prophet. According to Oxford University demographer David Coleman, Britain’s nonwhite population is on course “to grow from 9 percent at the last census in 2001 to 29 percent by the year 2051.” Mr. Coleman estimates that if Britain continues at its current level of immigration — 191,000 per year by 1999 reports — its population could increase by 15 million by 2050, which will bring change most Britons don’t support.

In his new book, “Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: Immigration, Islam and the West,” Financial Times and Weekly Standard columnist Christopher Caldwell lays out in undisputable terms and with irrefutable facts the threat faced by the West. He says it is worse than anything al Qaeda can deliver. Mr. Caldwell cites numerous reasons for the predicament faced by Europe (and the United States), including the idea of a European Union, which is quickly eliminating individual identity, culture and money (the one size fits all Euro). Without an identifiable culture, immigrants cannot be assimilated, even if they want to be, which in the case of radical Muslims, argues Mr. Caldwell, they don’t.Washington Times

Radio: Christopher Caldwell

Christopher Caldwell says it may unmake Europe. A wave of Islamic immigration, European-style, is now challenging Europe’s historic culture, he says. And Europeans don’t know what to do about it.This hour, On Point: Immigration, Islam, and the changing face of Europe.Hør programmet 45 minutter.

What Will a Muslim Europe Look Like?

The Telegraph recently made headlines with a survey that suggested that a fifth of the European Union will be Muslim by 2050. This is if anything an understatement of the situation, since once you subtract Eastern European states and focus in on Western European countries such as England, France and Italy… or Sweden, Islam will comprise a sizable enough minority to be considered a state within a state. And even the most pessimistic statistics will grow gloomier if 75 million Turks inside the presently Islamist Turkey will become part of the European Union. Canada Free Press

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