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  • Schulz er ikke engang i stand til at rive et par multikulturelle almindeligheder om fred i vor tid, rummelighed og tolerance af sig, men farer så snart ordet jihad penetrere han øregange op, som havde han sat sig på et pindsvin. Hvad sker der?

    Var hans islamo-orgie for meget selv for hans bosser i det øverste lag af den euro-oligarkiske kransekage?

    Er han blevet bedt om at gå lidt mere stille med sin islamofili, fordi europæerne via hans ekstravagance kunne gå hen og opdage hvor vidt eurokratiet har spredt stængerne for ørkenens sønner??

    Det er ikke godt at vide.

    Tydeligt er det dog, at den europæiske politiske klasser alene bibeholder vores basale friheder fordi de endnu ikke har fundet nogle plusord, der tilfredstillende kan dække over deres afskaffelse.

    Må jeg ydmygt foreslå en håndfuld vendinger, der let kan drysses hen over den nødvendige lovgivning: “Menneskeheds hensyn”, “anti-had”, “dialog-garanti”, “total-respekt”, “obligatorisk stuerenhed”, “nedgørelses-stop”, “frihed til anstændighed”…osv. osv.

  • Voilà – du behøver åbenbart ikke en gang at bede om det:

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    (Sign: Schulz kneels before radical moslems) The president of the European Parliament, Martin

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    Schulz, ended up in controversy after he yesterday dumped

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    freedom of speech, on behalf of Europe.

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    Flanked by an arab delegation, whose feet he not yet kissed,

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    the socialist stroke two-fisted out against the infamous anti-islam film ‘Innocence

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    of Muslims’. And not many seemed to be thankful for that.

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    Shocked by all the commotion, Schulz today doesn’t accompany his colleagues travelling home, instead hoped

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    to trivialise his gaffe through a written nonsense declaration. But he didn’t know

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    our Rutger [the reporter] yet.

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    So now we are at the European Parliament [Brussels] looking for Mr

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    Schulz. Of course, we petitioned for an interview, that was not possible,

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    the doors remained closed. Well Mr Schulz, let’s wait and see.

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    …Mr Schulz?

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    Who are you, if I may ask. – Yaya, alright. Ok.

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    Wait a moment, then you can come inside, then

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    you can make an interview with me, but… – Martin Schulz, the president of the parliament,

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    has spoken nonsense. He did not defend freedom of speech

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    in matters of the Innocence of Muslims film,

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    but he rather said it needed to be prohibited, rather said

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    (Sign: Loud criticism against cowardly aappearance) it must not be broadcast, it is a scandal. – The core value

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    of the European Union is freedom of expression, and yesterday it was trod upon

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    by Mr Schulz with big feet. And this is not respectable for a president

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    of the European Parliament. – Sorry? – Do you speak german? – A little. – Ya.

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    Which organ do you represent, which,

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    what is your function, which television do you represent? – We are from dutch

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    televison. – Dutch television? Thank you. – So then let’s

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    wait, right? – Look, you can surely have an interview,

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    but this is not the usual procedure, right? You need an appointment,

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    we’re having an appointment now, this gentleman must wait. –

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    When something like this happens, when a person of a authority, an official person of authority, the president

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    of the European Parliament, says, rather appeals to censureship and

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    self-censureship, then this is exactly what the violent

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    islmamists want. And it will only instigate them to

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    use even more violence in the future, in order to attack physically any possible

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    criticism of islam. – Please have a seat.

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    What was your name? – Rutger Castricum. – What

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    was your name?

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    But it won’t go that way… – Then just sit down. – Ya but ’sit down’, then I can’t [reach you] with my microphone. – Just have a seat.

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    But I will never be able [to reach you] if I sit here. – Just sit there, no problem. – It’s a bit crazy to

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    sit like that. – Well, then just sit down, I think

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    this is better also for you. – Then I’ll do it this way, this way. – No, sit… –

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    Can we do it standing up? – So, if you want an interview with me, then please have a seat.

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    As a [private] person, he may say what he likes, but not as the president of the parliament.

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    But he did so. – Yes, so that is a bad thing, and I will address him in

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    the debate which follows, for this just can’t be. – The president may have his [private] opinion, but

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    when he speaks, he speaks on behalf of the European Parliament.

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    But he doesn’t give me a reply.

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    Well, he has given a reply. – But this is not a reply? – If you do not accept it, this

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    is your problem, not our problem. – Pardon? – It is your problem if you don’t accept the reply.

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    Would you kindly leave

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    the office now

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    and switch off the camera. You loose your accreditation

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    for the European Parliament. May I ask you to go now.

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    I have another interview with a… –

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    He simply needs to stop this kind of nonsense.

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    Respectively offer his apologies, no? – He needs to tell the parliament:

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    I did not speak on your behalf – fullstop.