Speaking with host and Breitbart News Network’s Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon, Mr. Nuttall said: “I have a 5 year old son, and I worry that the century into which we’re heading now is going to be a violent century and the greatest threat to the globe isn’t going to be Russia, it’s going to be Islamic fundamentalism.
“If we’re going to cut this cancer out of our world we’re ALL going to have to come together – that includes ourselves, the Russians, the States, the Chinese, the Indians, and indeed some of the Muslim states as well because this is a threat – a greater threat actually, I think, than Nazi Germany ever was to the globe. LISTEN: UKIP Deputy Paul Nuttall On Breitbart Radio – Radical Islam Is a ‘Greater Threat Than Nazi Germany Ever Was’
“Der er ingen fremtid for jøder i Europa”
siger overrabbiner Avraham Gigi i Bryssel. At en uhjælpelig jødehader som Dieudonne M’bala M’bala i dag får to måneders fængsel, er kosmetik på det faktum, at der ved næste århundredeskifte næppe er en jøde tilbage i Europa takket være islam og naive, inkompetente europæiske politikere. Jeppe Juhl skrev en vigtig klumme om jødedommens forsvinden fra Europa i august 2014.
He said:’There is a sense of fear in the streets, the Belgians understand that they too are targets of terror. Jews now pray in their homes [as opposed to at synagogues] and some of them are planning on emigrating.’
Rabbi Gigi told listeners that Brussels has been paralysed since the attacks. He said: ‘The synagogues were closed, something which has not happened since World War Two. People are praying alone or are holding small minyanim [small prayer groups] at private homes. Schools and theatres are closed as are most large stores and public events are not permitted. We live in fear and wait for instructions from the police or the government,’
He said Brussels had a Jewish population of approximately 25,000 with a further 18,000 in Antwerp. In total there are 50,000 Jewish people in Belgium with the remainder scattered across smaller communities.
Rabbi Gigi claimed that many Jewish people in Belgium were considering leaving the country. He added: ‘There has been aliya to Israel as well as emigration to Canada and the US. People understand there is no future for Jews in Europe. Jews should not make aliya out of fear because this will result in a poor absorption experience as a feeling that something was left behind will always remain. People should make aliya out of a love for Israel.’ ‘There is no future for Jews in Europe’, says Brussels’ chief rabbi, who says many do not risk visiting Synagogues because there is a ’sense of fear on the streets’