The recent EU elections have raised eyebrows around the world including in Russia. It is now realistic to ask how long the Brussels construction can survive given its growing unpopularity. The most fundamental issue is the EU bureaucracy’s attempt to undermine national sovereignty in the member states by means of mass immigration and special rights for foreigners unwilling to integrate. The TV channel Russia Today has asked Dispatch International’s editors about conditions in Sweden and Denmark. EU in deep trouble
“Islam is to blame for attack on Jewish Museum in Brussels”
Islamic ideology rather than individual groups of religious fundamentalists is behind violent actions similar to the gun attack at the Jewish Museum in Brussels that killed four people, Czech President Miloš Zeman said Monday at the Israeli Embassy in Prague. Two Israeli tourists and a member of the museum staff were killed by an unknown shooter Saturday, and another staff member died of his injuries Sunday.
Zeman’s speech sharply condemning “the hideous attack” was posted on his official website today. Zeman took part in the celebration of the 66 years of independence of Israel.
“I will not be calmed down by statements that it is only small marginal groups. I believe, on the contrary, that this xenophobia and this racism or anti-Semitism stem from the very nature of the ideology on which these fanatical groups rely,” Zeman said. He said one of the sacred texts of Islam calls for the killing of Jews. Praguepost
Brysselterorren er ganske vist endnu ikke opklaret, men indicerne og statistikken taler sit tydelige sprog. Hvorfor ikke sige sandheden? I går sad to chikanerede lesbiske kvinder fra Skive i Aftenshowet (min 10:48) og vred sig. Til sidst pippede den ene om deres plageånder: “De er ikke indvandrere allesammen.”
Hvilken interesse har chikanerede og overfaldne jøder og homoseksuelle i at fortie sandheden, om det der sker dem? Tror de vil synes mere om dem, hvis de gør? De politikere, der som Allerslev er skyldige i de forhold, de nu lider under, har en politisk interesse i ikke at afsløre sig og sit parti som farlige storbytosser, men ofrene for dem har ingen. De lyver af selvbedrag eller angst for ‘den offentlige’ mening, og det giver ikke mange points hos nogen andre end – politikerne. Sandheden er et offensivt våben, løgnen er offerrolle og resignation. Af de jøder, der er blevet forfulgt, husker eftertiden først og fremmest dem, der gjorde oprør og modstand, ikke de millioner, der passivt lod sig slagte. Modstand og sandhed har en moralsk egenværdi, selvom de kan være farlige.
Emmanuel og Myriam Riva, to af ofrene fra det jødiske museum. De efterlader sig to mindreårige piger. Belgiske medier har forladt Mossad sporeret, men Myriam Riva har arbejdet i et israelsk ministerium. Belgiske myndigheder klassificerer nu officielt de tre mord som “terrorist-snigmord.”
A 1914 Novel’s Prescient Vision of Londonistan
Mange mennersker er bagud for deres tid. Almindelige skal være glade for, hvs de bare er ajour. Nogle er ti-tyve år forud, når det går højt. Ganske enkelte er hundrede år forud:
Exactly one century ago, the renowned British writer G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936), called by his admirers the greatest writer and thinker of the twentieth century, published a curious novel titled The Flying Inn. On the cusp of World War I, he imagined the Ottoman Empire conquering Great Britain and imposing Shari’a law.
Chesterton rides this implausible scenario as a vehicle to ridicule progressivism – that same arrogant, “scientific,” top-down, and leftist approach to government that characterizes the age of Obama. “The business of Progressives is to go on making mistakes” Chesterton rightly explained, and The Flying Inn mordantly exposes their failings. Along the way, his vision of an Islamized sceptered isle has arresting features deserving celebration on its centenary.
Chesterton tells of a war in which “the greatest of the Turkish warriors, the terrifying Oman Pasha, equally famous for his courage in war and his cruelty in peace” wins a famous victory over British forces, leading to the occupation of England, to Turks taking over the constabulary, and the growing influence of an “eminent Turkish mystic,” one Misysra Ammon, who argues for such Islamic customs as not eating pork, prohibiting representative images, taking one’s shoes off at the front door, and practicing polygyny.
Although a challenge to read, this overdrawn narrative uncannily anticipates the Left-Islamist alliance of our times, a phenomenon otherwise nearly invisible until the 1980s. Anticipating George Galloway and Carlos the Jackal, the lefty Ivywood called Islam a “great religion” and a “religion of progress.” He even appealed for full unity between Christianity and Islam, to be called Chrislam (a term actually in use in 2014), while a trendy parson wanted St. Paul’s Cathedral to sport “some sort of double emblem … combining cross and crescent.” …. Daniel Pipes,The Washington Times