(Jeg bruger som bekendt ikke vrøvle- og apologetordet ‘homofobi’.) Det er kun fem uger siden dette mishandlede ansigt fra Paris. Man må nok indstille sig på, at det ikke kun er jøder der kan miste livet i Neuropa. Jeg minder om de to dræbte svenske bøsser, jeg kender til. QX.SE skriver at Mer än 30 bögar har blivit mördade de senaste 20 åren, utsatta för ett grymt hatbrott.” Jeg skal ikke kunne udtale mig om de 28 andre sager, men Malmø morderne hed Kushtrim Ademi, född 1993-08-12, Abdurraham Kushtrim Nika, född 1991-04-16. Man hører mærkeligt nok aldrig om dem i regnbuelandet Sverige. I pressen hed de aldrig andet end ‘pojkar’, og de var da også kun 18 og 16 da de lokkede Daniel Nordstrøm i baghold, først myrdede ham fordi han var homoseksuel, og bagefter var så dumme at stjæle fra hans lejlighed.
Christopher Bryant, editor of gay and lesbian online magazine Polari, and his partner were viciously beaten last night in an anti-gay attack The editor of an online gay and lesbian magazine was attacked last night in South London. Christopher Bryant, editor of Polari magazine, and his partner Damon were walking home from Bryant’s birthday dinner through South London’s Betts Park when the couple was intercepted by a group of six men, who started speeding up and following the couple
Bryant said that every time he tried to look up, his attackers would kick him in the face and said ‘don’t try anything’.The attackers stole Bryant’s wallet and phone before pushing him back to his partner and telling them to stay still for five minutes or they would be killed. The attackers ran off shortly after. Polari magazine editor assaulted in South London
Japan – landet uden muslimer
En virkelig interessant artikel i Jewish Press om en helt anden verden: “The Japanese do not feel the need to apologize to Muslims for the negative way in which they relate to Islam.” Hvis Wilders sagde dette, ville han være færdig, men det er daglig politik i Japan. Japan er medlem af FN. Hvorfor kommer Informations ‘gravende journalister’ ikke efter dem?
It is interesting to know that there is a country in the world whose official and public approach to the Muslim matter is totally different. This country is Japan. This country keeps a very low profile on all levels regarding the Muslim matter: On the diplomatic level, senior political figures from Islamic countries almost never visit Japan, and Japanese leaders rarely visit Muslim countries. The relations with Muslim countries are based on concerns such as oil and gas, which Japan imports from some Muslim countries. The official policy of Japan is not to give citizenship to Muslims who come to Japan, and even permits for permanent residency are given sparingly to Muslims.
Japan forbids exhorting people to adopt the religion of Islam (Dawah), and any Muslim who actively encourages conversion to Islam is seen as proselytizing to a foreign and undesirable culture. Few academic institutions teach the Arabic language. It is very difficult to import books of the Qur’an to Japan, and Muslims who come to Japan, are usually employees of foreign companies. In Japan there are very few mosques. The official policy of the Japanese authorities is to make every effort not to allow entry to Muslims, even if they are physicians, engineers and managers sent by foreign companies that are active in the region. Japanese society expects Muslim men to pray at home.
Japanese companies seeking foreign workers specifically note that they are not interested in Muslim workers. And any Muslim who does manage to enter Japan will find it very difficult to rent an apartment. Anywhere a Muslim lives, the neighbors become uneasy. Japan forbids the establishment of Islamic organizations, so setting up Islamic institutions such as mosques and schools is almost impossible. In Tokyo there is only one imam……In contrast with what is happening in Europe, very few Japanese are drawn to Islam. If a Japanese woman marries a Muslim, she will be considered an outcast by her social and familial environment. There is no application of Shari’a law in Japan. There is some food in Japan that is halal, kosher according to Islamic law, but it is not easy to find it in the supermarket.
The most interesting thing in Japan’s approach to Islam is the fact that the Japanese do not feel the need to apologize to Muslims for the negative way in which they relate to Islam. They make a clear distinction between their economic interest in resources of oil and gas from Muslim countries, which behooves Japan to maintain good relations with these countries on the one hand, and on the other hand, the Japanese nationalist viewpoints, which see Islam as something that is suitable for others, not for Japan, and therefore the Muslims must remain outside. Because the Japanese have a gentle temperament, and project serenity and tranquility toward foreigners, foreigners tend to relate to the Japanese with politeness and respect.
Japan is teaching the whole world an interesting lesson: there is a direct correlation between national heritage and permission to immigrate: a people that has a solid and clear national heritage and identity will not allow the unemployed of the world to enter its country; and a people whose cultural heritage and national identity is weak and fragile, has no defense mechanisms to prevent a foreign culture from penetrating into its country and its land. Jewish Press: The Land without Muslims
Kontrasten: I Sverige lader svenskerne sig folkefordrive af deres egne politikere. Stemmer de på nogle andre ? Næh, de flytter høfligt til et andet sted:
De sista svenskarna på Sörvägen
Ingen har kontroll på dom, ropar en man inne i samlingslokalen. Det är en kväll i maj, och Stråssa byförening har kallat till möte för att gemensamt prata om dom nyinflyttade grannarna – asylsökarna. Byn Stråssa i Bergslagen sprakade av liv så länge gruvan var igång. Idag, 30 år efter att järn- malmsbrytningen lades ner bor det bara 300 stråssabor kvar. Skolan, biblioteket, affärerna och allt sådant som ger liv till ett samhälle är stängt. Det som däremot har fått nytt liv den senaste tiden är hyreshusen. Där har nu 100 asylsökare fått tak över huvudet i väntan på besked. Men detta väcker bara större och större irritation bland flera av de fasta boende som nu börjar flytta därifrån. I takt med att asylsökarna flyttar in, flyttar dom sista svenskarna ut. Det var i alla fall vad som hände på Sörvägen, sommaren 2012.De sista svenskarna på Sörvägen