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Er ¬†if√łlge SVT-Existens, video 30 min og marxisten Andreas Malm, s√•danne som bloggeren Per Gudmundsson, en uhyre moderat “islamofob”, m√• man sige. Men han ligger i f√łlge SVT ¬†i lige linje med:

“Ian og Bert. Men s√• opstod der noget nyt. En ny pakke med en ny retorik. “Eurabia” hedder konspirationsteorien. Politisk er det Sverigedemokraterna, som er mest bange for den gr√łnne fare. Det er ¬†bare at l√¶se deres partiorgan, SD kuriren, inspireret af vindende fra den anden side af Sundet, hvor Pia Kj√¶rsgaard og hendes Dansk Folkeparti har hetzet sig frem til magten.

SVT er tydeligvis ikke tilfreds med, at der kun er en halv million muslimer i Sverige. Men det vil √¶ndre sig ret ¬†hurtigt. Hvad mon SVT tror der vil ske, hvis Sverige ¬†n√•r “the Kosovo point”, rent demografisk ? Er det ogs√• en “konspirationsteori” ?

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Der er mange problemer ¬†med SVT og Andreas Malm. For det f√łrste adopterer de kritikl√łst og uden videre islamisternes sproglige propaganda opfindelse -“islamofobi”,et svindelbegreb der automatisk sp√¶nder dem for deres vogn. Det skal public service TV ikke hoppe ¬†p√•, men da svensk TV altid har politiseret uden h√¶mninger, ¬†kan det ikke overraske. Selv islamologen fra Lund anvender ordet. Deusuden udelader SVT, at der ikke er √©n variant af islam, der ikke betragter ikke-muslimer som mindrev√¶rdige v√¶sner. Der er meget andet, SVT v√¶lger at overse. Se programmet og gl√¶d dig over at DR trods alt ikke er SVT. Svesnke journalister er ikke popul√¶re, idag var √©n s√¶rlig upopul√¶r: Bombattentat mot TV4-journalisten Anna-Karin Hallberg. Axess:¬†SVT:s etniska generaliseringar

Georg Metz’ islamofober

“Hvis terror rammer ¬†Danmark, hvad sker der s√• andet end at de s√¶dvanlige d√¶magoger opildner til had ¬†mod muslimer? Med overvejende sandsynlighed, vil et terrorangreb rent faktisk blive udf√łrt af personer ¬†med muslimsk baggrund. Herom kan de n√¶ppe herske tvivl. Lige s√• lidt beh√łber man tvivle p√• at de islamofobiske personer, der samler sig i det s√•kaldte Trykke frihedsselskab og Dansk Folkeparti, vil fokusere p√• det islamiske aspekt....Man kan lige s√• godt ¬†se i √łjnene, at visse folk vil have en interesse i at polarisere en i forvejen polariseret situation”

Den 2 radio: ¬†Hvis terror rammer. Hvad sker der mon s√• andet end at de s√¶dvanlige demagoger opildner til had mod muslimerne. N√¶rmere kan man d√•rligt komme den p√•stand, at et terrorangreb vil v√¶re ¬†“islamofobernes” skyld (Steen).

Jeg lavede et lille hurtigt og aldeles uvidenskabeligt reality check p√• dybden i Georg Metz’ skriverier om islam:¬† Ved hj√¶lp af Infomedia s√łgte jeg p√• forekomster i Informations arkiv hvor ‘Metz’ forekom sammen med forskellige islamspecifikke termer og navne – taqiyya/taqija, kitman, jihad, lovskole, Aisha, karavaner√łverier, Khaybar, sira, hadith, sura, ayat. Der var ikke √©n eneste forekomst. Hvis Georg Metz nogensinde i sin egen avis har besk√¶ftiget sig med islam som et politisk/religi√łst system, og ikke blot en ansamling af individer – muslimer – har han tilsyneladende gjort det fuldst√¶ndig overfladisk. Det bekr√¶fter selvf√łlgelig mine egne forventninger, manden er en f√łdt krakiler og et aggressivt Gutmensch man aldrig ville kunne engagere i en saglig debat. Hvis nogle af vores l√¶sere kender til skrivearbejder fra Metz’ h√•nd der bryder med dette indtryk, h√łrer jeg selvf√łlgelig gerne n√¶rmere (LFPC).

Birthe R√łnn: Barokt med muslimske irakere i kirke

Kirke- og integrationsminister Birthe R√łnn Hornbech (V) undrer sig over, at de irakiske, muslimske flygtninge har s√łgt tilflugt i en kristen kirke og ikke i en mosk√©. De forfulgte, kristne irakere har allerede f√•et asyl, siger hun.Jeg forst√•r ikke, hvorfor de ikke s√łger ly i mosk√©en. Jeg forst√•r ikke, hvorfor menighedsr√•det i Brorsons Kirke ikke sp√łrger, hvorfor de ikke s√łger ly i mosk√©en. For mig er det helt barokt, at der kommer muslimer, som tilh√łrer et folk, der forf√łlger kristne, og s√łger ly i den kristne kirke, siger Birthe R√łnn Hornbech. KrD

Rotterdam, hovedstaden i Eurabia

The following is a report on Rotterdam published in the Italian newspaper “il Foglio” on May 14, 2009, the second in a major seven-part survey on Holland.The author, Giulio Meotti, also writes for the “Wall Street Journal.”

In the casbah of Rotterdam

by Giulio Meotti

In Feyenoord, veiled women can be seen everywhere, darting like a flash through the streets of the neighborhood. They avoid any sort of contact, even eye contact, especially with men. Feyenoord is the size of a city, and there are seventy nationalities coexisting there. It is an area that lives on subsidies and residential construction, and it is here that it is most obvious that Holland ‚Äď with all of its rules against discrimination and all of its moral indignation ‚Äď is a completely segregated society. (Essalaam moskeen i Rotterdam)

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Rotterdam is new, having been bombed twice by the Luftwaffe during the second world war. Like Amsterdam, it is below sea level, but unlike the capital it does not enjoy an image of reckless abandon. In Rotterdam, it is the Arab shops selling halal food that dominate the cityscape, not the neon lights of the prostitutes. Everywhere are casbah-cafes, travel agencies offering flights to Rabat and Casablanca, posters expressing solidarity with Hamas, or offering affordable Dutch language lessons.

It is the second-largest city in the country, a poor city, but also the economic engine with its huge port, the most important in Europe. Most of the population are immigrants, and the city has the tallest and most imposing mosque in Europe. Sixty percent of the foreigners who arrive in Holland come here to live. The most striking thing when one arrives in the city by train are the enormous and fascinating mosques framed by the vibrant green, luxuriant, wooded, watery countryside, like an alien presence compared to the rest. They call it “Eurabia.” The Turkish Mevlana mosque is imposing. It has the tallest minarets in Europe, even higher than the stadium of the Feyenoord soccer team.

Many of the neighborhoods in Rotterdam are captive to the darkest, most violent form of Islamism. Pim Fortuyn’s house stands out like a pearl in a sea of chador and niqab. It is at number 11 Burgerplein, behind the train station. Every now and then someone comes to put flowers in front of the home of the professor who was murdered in Amsterdam on May 6, 2002. Someone else leaves a card: “In Holland everything is tolerated, except for the truth.” A millionaire named Chris Tummesen bought Pim Fortuyn’s house so that it would remain intact. The evening before his murder Pim was nervous, and had said on television that a climate of demonization had been created against him and his ideas. And his fears came true, when he was shot in the head five times by Volkert van der Graaf, a militant of the animal rights left, scrawny, head shaved, eyes dark, dressed like an environmental purist in a handmade shirt, sandals, and goat’s wool socks, a strict vegetarian, “a guy impatient to change the world,” his friends say.

Not long ago in downtown Rotterdam, funerary photos of Geert Wilders were placed under a tree, with a candle to commemorate his upcoming death. Today Wilders is the most popular politician in the city. He is the heir of Fortuyn, the homosexual, Catholic, ex-Markist professor who had formed his own party to save the country from Islamization. At his funeral, only the absence of Queen Beatrice kept the farewell to the “divine Pim” from becoming a funeral fit for a king. Before his death they made a monster of him (one Dutch minister called him an “untermensch,” an inferior man in Nazi parlance), afterward they idolized him. The prostitutes of Amsterdam left a wreath of flowers in his honor beneath the National Monument in Dam Square, a memorial to the victims of World War II.

Three months ago, “The Economist,” a weekly publication far from Wilders’ anti-Islamic ideas, spoke of Rotterdam as a “Eurabian nightmare.” For most of the Dutch who live there, Islamism is now a threat greater than the Delta Plan, the complicated system of dikes that prevents flooding from the sea, like the flood in 1953 that killed two thousand people. The picturesque town of Schiedam, part of the greater Rotterdam area, has always been a jewel in the Dutch imagination. Then the fairy tale glow faded, when in the newspapers three years ago it became the city of Farid A., the Islamist who made death threats against Wilders and Somali dissident Ayaan Hirsi Ali. For six years, Wilders has lived under 24-hour police protection.

Muslim lawyers in Rotterdam also want to change the rules of the courtroom, asking to be allowed to remain seated when the judge enters. They recognize Allah alone. The lawyer Mohammed Enait recently refused to stand when the magistrates enter the courtroom, saying that “Islam teaches that all men are equal.” The court of Rotterdam has recognized Enait’s right to remain seated: “There is no legal obligation requiring Muslim lawyers to stand in front of the court, insofar as this action is in contrast with the dictates of the Islamic faith.” Enait, the head of the legal office Jairam Advocaten, has explained that “he considers all men equal, and does not acknowledge any form of deference toward anyone.” All men, but not all women. Enait is well known for his refusal to shake hands with women, and has repeatedly said he would prefer them to wear the burqa. And there are many burqas on the streets of Rotterdam. (foto: den tyrkiske moske i Rotterdam)

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The fact that Eurabia has arrived in Rotterdam has been demonstrated by an episode in April at the Zuidplein Theatre, one of the most prestigious in the city, a modernist theater proud of “representing the cultural diversity of Rotterdam.” It is located in the southern part of the city, and receives funding from the municipality, headed by a Muslim, the son of the imam Ahmed Aboutaleb. Three weeks ago, the Zuidplein Theatre allowed an entire balcony to be reserved for women only, in the name of sharia. This is not happening in Pakistan or in Saudi Arabia, but in the city from which the Founding Fathers set out for the United States. It was from here that the Puritans disembarked in the Speedwell, which they later exchanged for the Mayflower. This is where the American adventure began. Today, it has legalized sharia.

For a performance by the Muslim Salaheddine Benchikhi, the Zuidplein Theatre agreed to his request to have the first five rows set aside for women only. Salaheddine, an editorialist for the website Morokko.nl, is known for his opposition to the integration of Muslims. The city council has approved this: “According to our Western values, the freedom to live one’s own life by virtue of one’s convictions is a precious possession.” A spokesman for the theater has also defended the director: “It is hard to get Muslims to come to the theater, so we are willing to adapt.”

Another man who has been willing to adapt is the director Gerrit Timmers. His words are fairly symptomatic of what Wilders calls “self-Islamization.” The first case of self-censorship took place in Rotterdam, in December of 2000. Timmers, the director of the theater group Onafhankelijk Toneel, wanted to stage a performance about the life of Mohammed’s wife Aisha. The play was boycotted by the Muslim actors in the company when it became evident that it would be a target for the Islamists. “We are enthusiastic about the play, but fear reigns,” the actors told him. The composer, Najib Cherradi, said that he would withdraw “for the good of my daughter.” The newspaper “Handelsblad” gave the story the title “Tehran on the Meuse,” the name of the gentle river that passes through Rotterdam. “I had already done three works about the Moroccans, so I wanted to have Muslim actors and singers,” Timmers tells us. “Then they told me that it was a dangerous issue, and they could not participate, because they had received death threats. In Rabat, an article came out saying we would end up like Salman Rushdie. For me, it was more important to continue the dialogue with the Moroccans, rather than provoke them. For this reason, I see no problem if the Muslims want to separate the men from the women in a theater.”

Let’s meet the director who has brought sharia to the Dutch theaters, Salaheddine Benchikhi. He is young, modern, confident, and speaks perfect English. “I defend the decision to separate the men from the women, because here there is freedom of expression and organization. If people can’t sit where they want to, that is discrimination. There are two million Muslims in Holland, and they want our tradition to become public, everything is evolving. Mayor Aboutaleb has supported me.”

One year ago, the city was buzzing when the newspapers published a letter by Bouchra Ismaili, a Rotterdam city councilman: “Listen up, crazy freaks, we’re here to stay. You’re the foreigners here, with Allah on my side I’m not afraid of anything. Take my advice: convert to Islam, and you will find peace.” Just a walk through the streets of the city, and you know right away that in many neighborhoods you are no longer in Holland. It is right out of the Middle East. In some schools, there is a “room of silence” where Muslim students, who are in the majority, can pray five times a day, with a poster of Mecca, the Qur’an, and a ritual washing before the prayers. Another Muslim city councilman, Brahim Bourzik, wants signs placed in various parts of the city showing the direction to Mecca.

Sylvain Ephimenco is a Franco-Dutch journalist who has been living in Rotterdam for twelve years. For twenty years, he was the “Lib√©ration” correspondent in Holland, and is proud of his leftist credentials. “Even though I don’t believe in that anymore,” he says, welcoming us to his home overlooking one of Rotterdam’s little canals. Not far from here is the al Nasr mosque of the imam Khalil al Moumni, who when gay marriage was legalized described homosexuals as “sick people worse than pigs.” From the outside, it can be seen that the mosque is more than twenty years old, having been built by the first Moroccan immigrants. Moumni has written a pamphlet that is circulating around the Dutch mosques, “The path of the Muslim,” in which he explains that the heads of homosexuals should be cut off and “hung from the highest building in the city.” Next to the al Nasr mosque, we sit down at a cafe for men only. In front of us is a halal Islamic slaughterhouse. Ephimenco is the author of three essays on Holland and Islam, and today is a famous columnist for the leftist Christian newspaper “Trouw.” He has the best perspective for understanding a city that, perhaps even more than Amsterdam, embodies the tragedy of Holland.

“It is not at all true that Wilders gets his votes from the fringes, everyone knows that, even though they don’t say it,” he tells us. “Today educated people vote for Wilders, although at first it was the lower class Dutch, the tattoo crowd. Many academics and people on the left vote for him. The problem is all of these Islamic headscarves. There’s a supermarket behind my house. When I arrived, there wasn’t a single headscarf. Now it’s all Muslim women with the chador at the register. Wilders is not Haider. His positions are on the right, but also on the left, he’s a typical Dutchman. Here there are even hours at the swimming pool set aside for Muslim women. This is the origin of the vote for Wilders. Islamization, this foolishness with the theater, has to be stopped. In Utrecht, there is a mosque where they provide separate city services for men and women. The Dutch are afraid. Wilders is against the Frankenstein of multiculturalism. I, who used to be on the left but am no longer anything, I say we’ve reached the limit. I feel the ideals of the Enlightenment have been betrayed with this voluntary apartheid, in my heart I feel the death of the ideals of the equality of men and women, and freedom of expression. Here the left is conformist, and the right has the better answer to insane multiculturalism.”

One of the professors at Erasmus University in Rotterdam is Tariq Ramadan, the famous Swiss Islamic scholar who is also a special adviser for the city. Some of Ramadan’s statements against homosexuality were uncovered by Holland’s most famous gay magazine, “Gay Krant,” directed by a talkative journalist named Henk Krol. On a videocassette, Ramadan calls homosexuality “a disease, a disorder, an imbalance.” On the tape, Ramadan also has comments on women, “they should keep their eyes on the ground when they’re on the street.” Wilders’ party asked for the city council to be disbanded, and for the Islamic scholar from Geneva to be sent packing, but instead he was renewed in his post for two more years. This was happening while across the sea, the Obama administration was confirming the ban on Ramadan entering United States territory. The tapes in Krol’s possession include one in which Ramadan tells women: “Allah has an important rule: if you try to attract attention through the use of perfume, or your appearance or gestures, you do not have the correct spiritual orientation.”

“When Pim Fortuyn was killed, it was a shock for everyone, because a man was murdered for what he said,” Krol tells us. “That was no longer my country. I’m still thinking about leaving Holland, but where can I go? Here we have been criticized by everyone, by the Catholic Church and by the Protestants. But when we criticized Islam, they answered us: you are creating new enemies!” According to Ephimenco, the street is the secret of Wilders’ success: “In Rotterdam, there are three enormous mosques, one of them is the largest in Europe. There are more and more Islamic headscarves, and an Islamist impulse coming from the mosques. I know many people who have left the city center to go to the rich, white suburbs. My neighborhood is poor and black. It is a question of identity, on the streets Dutch is not spoken anymore, but Arabic and Turkish.”

Let’s meet the man who inherited Fortuyn’s column in the newspaper “Elsevier.” His name is Bart Jan Spruyt, a robust young Protestant intellectual, founder of the Edmund Burke Society, but above all the author of Wilders’ “Declaration of independence,” and his coworker from the beginning. “Here an immigrant no longer has to struggle, study, work, he can live at the expense of the state,” Spruyt tells us. “We have ended up creating a parallel society. The Muslims are in the majority in many neighborhoods, and are asking for sharia. This isn’t Holland anymore. Our use of freedom has turned back against us, it is a process of self-Islamization.”

Spruyt was one of Fortuyn’s close friends. “Pim said what the people had known for decades.” He attacked the establishment and the journalists. It was a great relief for the people when he went into politics, they called him the ‘white knight’. The last time I spoke with him, one week before he was killed, he told me he had a mission. His killing was not the act of a lone madman. In February of 2001, Pim announced that he wanted to change the first article of the Dutch constitution, on discrimination, because in his view it kills freedom of expression, and he was right. The following day in the Dutch churches, which are mostly empty and used for public meetings, the diary of Anne Frank was read as a warning against Fortuyn. Pim was truly Catholic, more than we think, in his books he spoke out against modern society without fathers, without values, empty, nihilist.”

Chris Ripke is a well-known artist in the city. His studio is near a mosque in Insuindestraat. Shocked in 2004 by the murder of director Theo Van Gogh by an Dutch Islamist, Chris decided to paint an angel on wall of his studio and the biblical commandment “Gij zult niet doden,” thou shalt not kill. His neighbors at the mosque found the words “offensive,” and called the mayor of Rotterdam at the time, the liberal Ivo Opstelten. The mayor ordered the police to erase the painting, because it was “racist.” Wim Nottroth, a television journalist, camped out on the spot in protest. The police arrested him, and his film was destroyed. Ephimenco did the same in his own window: “I put up a big white sheet with the biblical commandment. Photographers came, and the radio. If you can no longer write ‘do not kill’ in this country, then you are saying that we are all in prison. It is like apartheid, whites living with whites and blacks with blacks. There is a great chill. Islamism wants to change the structure of the country.” For Ephimenco, part of the problem is the de-Christianization of society. “When I arrived here, during the 1960’s, religion was dying, a unique event in Europe, a collective de-Christianization. Then the Muslims brought religion back to the center of social life. Aided by the anti-Christian elite.”

Let’s go for a stroll through the Islamized neighborhoods. In Oude Westen there are only Arabs, women clothed from head to foot, ethnic foods shops, Islamic restaurants, and shopping centers with Arabic music. “Ten years ago, you didn’t see all these headscarves,” Ephimenco says. Behind his house, in a flourishing middle class area with two-story houses, there is an Islamized neighborhood. There are Muslim signs everywhere. “Look at all of those Turkish flags, over there is an important church, but it’s empty, no one goes there anymore.” In the middle of one square stands a mosque with Arabic writing outside. “That used to be a church.” Not far from here is the most beautiful monument in Rotterdam. It is a small granite statue of Pim Fortuyn. Beneath the gleaming bronze head, the mouth saying his last words on behalf of freedom of speech, there is written in Latin: “Loquendi libertatem custodiamus,” let us safeguard the right to speak. Every day, someone places flowers there.

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li
11 years ago

Metz og Melchior er afsporet S/M dyrkere, der ikke kan finde ud af, at dyrke deres tilb√łjligheder i en m√łrk k√¶lder, men insister p√• at udleve deres perversiteter i det offentlige rum. Selvpineri med stor forst√•else for iSLAM-barbariet og sadistisk p√•stande om, at det er OS der misforst√•r d√łdskulten iSLAM! Senest har S/M dyrkeren Melchior ! jo tilbudt at rende sin r√łv laser! for at behage de kriminelle kirkevandalister der nu husere i Brorson-kirken. Skide stik i rend dreng! Religioner og s√¶rpr√¶get sex-pinsler-dyrkelser har alts√• deres specielle bygninger, hvor disse ting kan udleves, s√• vi andre ikke beh√łver at v√¶re… Read more »

Janne
Janne
11 years ago

√Ąr verkligen Danska v√§rt att √∂verleva, det √§r ju s√• o√§ndligt fult. F√∂r min del s√• tycker jag muslimer √§r b√§ttre √§n danskar men det √§r ju l√∂ss med iofs.

Vivi Andersen
Vivi Andersen
11 years ago

Hvad er Metz ? En venstreorienteret j√łde, der, som Arne Melchior, finder behag ved indvandringen fra de arabisk-islamiske lande. Hvordan kan det g√• til, at s√•danne folk kan finde det OK med lige netop den type indvandring ? Melchior, der gennem mange √•r var en af de fremmeste fortalere for indvandringen af muslimer fra Mellem√łsten. Dengang fattede jeg ikke hans talen for denne indvandring og jeg fatter det stadig ikke. Hvad skal man kalde folk som Metz og Melchior ? Deres hensyn til Danmarks og danskernes fremtid er ikke det, der ligger dem f√łrst for. Det er i andre retninger… Read more »

LFPC
11 years ago

En tilf√łjelse til Metz: Der var tre-fire hits p√• Infomedia p√• ‘Metz’ og ‘sharia’. Den ene lyder: “Det er jo ikke den enkelte muslim, som Thulesen Dahl efter afsl√łringen kv√¶kkede, men muslimer, you know, dem der g√•r rundt og planl√¶gger at blive tilstr√¶kkeligt mange til at indf√łre sharia , omsk√¶re dronningen, spr√¶nge B√łf & Ost i luften og indf√łre tvungen burka for alle danske piger over 12”. (31.5.2008) Et andet: “G√•r du ind for sharia ? sp√łrger journalisterne med alle tegn p√• strenghed i √łje og stemme. √ėh, siger den unge kvinde – b√•de-og. For sp√łrgsm√•let lader sig ikke uden… Read more »

JensH
JensH
11 years ago

Alene det at Georg Hetz sidder og foruddiskonterer reaktionerne p√• et islamisk terrorangreb betyder jo, at han indr√łmmer at der findes radikale islamister her i landet. Det er jo n√¶rmest et ‘jordskred’ p√• den fl√łj. Men nu Gerog Metz og resten af centrum-venstre gennem de senere √•r gjort alt hvad de kunne for at st√¶kke PET som effektiv efterretningstjeneste. Hvem husker ikke hvordan de blev fuldst√¶ndig hysteriske, da de to Tunesere, som planlagde at myrde Kurt Westerg√•rd, blev administrativt udvist. En masse hylen og skrigen om enden Danmark som en retsstat, og at landet nu var at betragte som en… Read more »

Janne
Janne
11 years ago

Ang. Metz, s√• virker det som om han og flere andre bruger ord konstruktionen islamofober/islamofobi som en sutteklud ‚Äď eller som et slags ord panser. Han og andre ligesindede aner simpelthen ikke hvad han/de ellers skal gribe til ‚Äď hvis der er nogen der taler om og kritiserer den islamisme, som vi helst ikke m√• tale og skrive om if√łlge retningslinier for MSM. S√• hellere tr√¶kke islamofobi suttekluden/panseret frem, s√• slipper han/de ogs√• meget bekvemt for at g√• i dialog med f.eks. Wilders og Trykkefrihedsselskabet om sv√¶re og presserende emner. Det er meget besynderligt at opleve at en s√• begavet… Read more »

Janne
Janne
11 years ago

Poul H√łjlund God forklaring du kommer med. Ang. dele af venstrefl√łjens og kirkens n√¶stek√¶rlighed (ikke fordi jeg mener at kirken skal blandes ind i asylpolitik – det skal kun politik og dansk lov), s√• kan man sp√łrge hvor b√•de venstrefl√łjen og kirkens n√¶stek√¶rlighed var, da gr√łnl√¶ndere blev jaget ud af Gellerup og da ‘bumser’ (ikke nedladende ment) fik fjernet deres v√¶rested p√• N√łrrebro og man kan sp√łrge hvor venstrefl√łjens og kirkens n√¶stek√¶rlighed er, n√•r hjeml√łse bliver overfaldet, hvis de vover at l√¶gge sig til at sove p√• en b√¶nk p√• N√łrrebro. Den der kirkelige og venstrefl√łjspatenterede n√¶stek√¶rlighed ser ikke ud… Read more »

Elefanten
Elefanten
11 years ago

Der er ogs√• et andet s√¶rkende ved de r√łdes n√¶stek√¶rlighedsbegreb. At man kan v√¶re n√¶stek√¶rlig for andres penge.
Hvis borgmesteren ud√łver n√¶stek√¶rlighed for midlerne i kommunekassen hedder det efter mine begreber ikke n√¶stek√¶rlighed. Det hedder undersl√¶b.
Men det er selvf√łlgelig en vej til at underminere den private ejendomsret.

LFPC
11 years ago

Metz kv√¶rulerer ud i det tomme rum. Hans ord har ingen som helst virkning i virkelighedens verden. N√•r der kommer et islamisk terrorangreb igen, vil 1) terroristerne begrunde deres handling med henvisning til ‘forf√łlgelse af muslimer’ eller ‘angreb p√• islam’. Dette er fordi offensiv jihad kun kan startes af en kalif, og kalifatet er jo ikke oprettet. Defensiv jihad er derimod enhver muslims pligt n√•r islam er under angreb. Terroristerne/jihadisterne vil formentlig ogs√• henvise til islamiske skriftsteder som legitimation. 2) vi, Trykkefrihedsselskabet og andre vil selvf√łlgelig diskutere og henlede opm√¶rksomheden p√• forholdene i 1) – helt uanset hvad Georg Metz… Read more »

JensH
JensH
11 years ago

@Poul H√łjlund

Jeg tror du rammer hovedet p√• s√łmmet i din beskrivelse af hvordan den kirkelige venstrefl√łj opfatter ¬ībudet om n√¶ste-k√¶rlighed.

Poul H√łjlund
Poul H√łjlund
11 years ago

Tilf√łjelse: Inde Mission og bl.a. Bl√• Kors og formentlig mange flere af de kristne bev√¶gelser her til lands deler den Tidehvervske n√¶steopfattelse; m√•ske ikke i ord men i praksis.

Og en rettelse: “For den kirkelige venstrefl√łj er n√¶sten den fjerneste, jo fjeRnere jo bedre.”

Poul H√łjlund
Poul H√łjlund
11 years ago

Den n√¶stek√¶rlighed, der praktiseres af den folkekirkelige venstrefl√łj, bygger p√• en opfattelse af ‘n√¶sten’, som er i lodret mods√¶tning til det begreb, som f. eks. Tidehverv opererer med. For Tidehverv (eks. Krarup) er n√¶sten din n√¶rmeste: din familie, dine naboer, din landsby eller dit boligkvarter. Med andre ord er det mennesker af k√łd og blod, som du er forpligtet p√• – ikke via indsamlingsb√łsser og statslig godg√łrenhed, men gennem din konkrete forholden dig til dine medmennesker af k√łd og blod og med den risiko, at de ogs√• lugter derefter. For den kirkelige venstrefl√łj er n√¶sten den fjerneste, jo fjenere jo… Read more »

Janne
Janne
11 years ago

Godt at se at integrationsministeren endelig tr√¶der i karakter. Normalt √łnsker ikke ret mange at bede om godt vejr i folkekirken (som mest er for √¶ldre damer og helt unge piger samt spektakul√¶re udstyrsfester, lader det til – lidt firkantet sagt), men nu da afviste irakiske asylans√łgere efter dansk lov skal forlade Danmark, s√• vil alle bede om godt vejr i folkekirken – s√¶rligt en del politikere fra venstrefl√łjen. Kristendom er alts√• god nok hvis den retter ind efter venstrefl√łjens politik og p√•virker dansk lovgivning og ellers skal den v√¶k fra alle offentlige institutioner? Det ser s√•dan ud. For mig… Read more »

JensH
JensH
11 years ago

“For mig er det helt barokt, at der kommer muslimer, som tilh√łrer et folk, der forf√łlger kristne, og s√łger ly i den kristne kirke, siger Birthe R√łnn Hornbech”

Det er det kalder jeg at kalder at sige sandheden ‘r√•t for us√łdet’. En sj√¶lden √¶rlighed fra en liberal. Efter den gamle karakter-skala giver Birthe R√łn et 11-tal for den udtalelse, (og glemmer s√• for et √łjeblik andre udtalelser hun er kommet med tidligere).