bjoern wrote:> I am from Austria. I follow your Website since the the beginning
> of the year.
bjoern wrote:> One fact of sundays election is that the two far-right parties
> gained massive support from young and firsttime voters and from
> retirees. This in case of the younger voters is really a change.
> Miseducucation and prejudices against foreign people are still in
> the everday language of many people, but they do not mean it that
> negativ, it´s more common use.
> As far as I can say, I don´t think there will be again a
> government with one or both of the two rightwing parties, because
> together the two "old" parties want to stay in power and so I
> think they will find a way to work together again.
bjoern wrote:> ps: sorry if there is bad english - I told you the education is
> not so good
> Maybe this is confusing, but The right wing anti-Islam parties
> winning support all over Europe are the only friends Israel still
> have. (the anti-Semites/Nazi's are nearly exclusively found in the
> European liberal, left wing parties).
> Please read this speech from Geert Wilders, a dutch right wing
> politician and Islam critic.
> He said: "I see defending Israel as a matter of principle. I have
> lived in this country and visited it dozens of times. I support
> Israel. First, because it is the Jewish homeland after two
> thousand years of exile up to and including Auschwitz, second
> because it is a democracy, and third because Israel is our first
> line of defense. "
Geert Wilders wrote:> But in all of these cities, sometimes a few blocks away from your
> tourist destination, there is another world, a world very few
> visitors see - and one that does not appear in your tourist
> guidebook. It is the world of the parallel society created by
> Muslim mass-migration. All throughout Europe a new reality is
> rising: entire Muslim neighbourhoods where very few indigenous
> people reside or are even seen. And if they are, they might regret
> it. This goes for the police as well. It's the world of head
> scarves, where women walk around in figureless tents, with baby
> strollers and a group of children. Their husbands, or slaveholders
> if you prefer, walk three steps ahead. With mosques on many street
> corner. The shops have signs you and I cannot read. You will be
> hard-pressed to find any economic activity. These are Muslim
> ghettos controlled by religious fanatics. These are Muslim
> neighbourhoods, and they are mushrooming in every city across
> Europe. These are the building-blocks for territorial control of
> increasingly larger portions of Europe, street by street,
> neighbourhood by neighbourhood, city by city.
Geert Wilders wrote:> Allow me to give you a brief Islam 101. The first thing you need
> to know about Islam is the importance of the book of the Quran.
> The Quran is Allah's personal word, revealed by an angel to
> Mohammed, the prophet. This is where the trouble starts. Every
> word in the Quran is Allah's word and therefore not open to
> discussion or interpretation. It is valid for every Muslim and
> for all times. Therefore, there is no such a thing as moderate
> Islam. Sure, there are a lot of moderate Muslims. But a moderate
> Islam is non-existent.
> The Quran calls for hatred, violence, submission, murder, and
> terrorism. The Quran calls for Muslims to kill non-Muslims, to
> terrorize non-Muslims and to fulfil their duty to wage war:
> violent jihad. Jihad is a duty for every Muslim, Islam is to rule
> the world - by the sword. The Quran is clearly anti-Semitic,
> describing Jews as monkeys and pigs.
Sorry John, but you did not read the what Wilders said and you are clearly completely ignorant about Islam.
1. You wrote: "To say, as Wilders does, that there are no moderate Muslims is utter nonsense,
and an insult to the many moderate Muslims around the world."
Wilders did not wrote that at all. He wrote: "Therefore, there is no such a thing as moderate Islam. Sure, there are a lot of moderate Muslims. But a moderate Islam is non-existent."
So you're claim is false and fabricated.
2. Can you specify what was untrue in his rant on Islam (the Islam 101 part you commented on)?
Do you really think that the Quran is not anti-Semitic? Do you really say that it not describing Jews as monkeys and pigs?
You should read some things about Islam from Islamic sholars like Hans Jansen (he translated the Quran) http://www.arabistjansen.nl . Or from people like Hirsi Ali who know the Islam from inside out.
3. "This is a very dramatic description of day to day life in European cities. I do not know enough about European life to know whether this description is true, but I can say that I've never read a description like this in all my readings of European newspapers."
I cannot believe this that you are that ignorant. Never heard of the "Paris Intifada" of 'Londonistan" of the problems in Sweden (Malmö), Brussels, Amsterdam. Never read about the killing of filmmaker Theo van Gogh over the film Submission, threathening of dutch politician and Muslim critic Ayaan Hiris Ali? Theo van Gogh made the headlines in Europe for weeks.
This week alone the largest Dutch paper ( http://www.telegraaf.nl ) had the problems with Islamic Maroc youths on the frontcover twice. So, what European papers are you reading?
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