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Euros Finally Waking Up?
#1
Here's something for Paul to look at: Islamic extremism on the rise in Sweden: study.

Is Europe finally beginning to realize the mess they have created in their own neighborhood?
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(02-01-2014, 09:50 AM)John L Wrote: Here's something for Paul to look at: Islamic extremism on the rise in Sweden: study.

Is Europe finally beginning to realize the mess they have created in their own neighborhood?
Yeah, I read that last night or this morning. Nothing really new. That media outlet is a leftist open borders, pro-Islamist mass unsustainable immigration mouth piece for the unhinged. They rarely have anything of substance. The mostly just translate headlines from TT to English.
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#3
I don't think this danger should prevent the swedes to sleep well at night. :|
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(02-02-2014, 04:38 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: I don't think this danger should prevent the swedes to sleep well at night. :|

Because of national laws & media blackouts only the lord knows how many people have been killed, raped, buried & later dug up to be raped again in the same vein as Kitty Genovese(in a neighborhood ten or so minutes from my home prior to my mother being even born).

Quote:Murder of Kitty Genovese - The circumstances of her murder and the lack of reaction of numerous neighbors were reported by a newspaper article published two weeks later; the common portrayal of neighbors being fully aware but completely unresponsive has since been criticized as inaccurate. Nonetheless, it prompted investigation into the social psychological phenomenon that has become known as the bystander effect or "Genovese syndrome" and especially diffusion of responsibility.
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#5
The worse is that's not even a joke. It's seriousely their campain...
And they want us to vote for them?

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(02-02-2014, 04:38 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: I don't think this danger should prevent the swedes to sleep well at night. :|
Why would you think that?

[Due to the religion of peace, leftist immigration practices and EU open borders] Sweden has the highest incidence of reported rapes in Europe - twice as many as "runner up" the UK, a new study shows. (as study after study previously have also shown)
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#7
Sweden is a long way from King Charles VII and his cold Swedish steel. He lost to Peter, but, Sweden went down with her boots on back then.
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#8
Ah! And they thought they would islamize Germany!
They forgot how hard had Charlemagne to christianize them...

In French (Google refuses to translate, please use another translator -Important-

Google translate (recorrected by me) after copy pasting text Wrote:In Germany, more than 2,000 Syrians who complained of the ban being imposed them not to beat or abuse their wives, asked the authorities to be exiled in Austria. But the German government has simply decided that these men would be subject to deportation to their country of origin and without being accompanied by their wives and their offspring.

By cons, Syrian women show more integration facilities in the host country, unlike their husbands and male relatives.



On the Lebanese website Raseef22, Rawad Ibrahim explained that the Syrian integrate more quickly in their new environment. In addition, they show a willingness to learn the language of their new country and accept without complaint any offer of employment.

Syrian witness of

A Syrian named Fadia who joined Germany by sea with her two children, said her husband was far from pleased with their new situation. While the German government transfered their financial support directly to her bank account, her husband immediately showed his disagreement. The latter also refused Learning German claiming to be too old for that.

"How can I live in a country that remains me of my authority for the benefit of my wife? It's missing is that they turn my wife into a man! "He used to tell the husband.

Thus, some Syrian men seem to have more difficulty with the Western concept of "equality".

Another Syrian, arrived in Bordeaux, tells a similar story to that of Fadia. She and her children have quickly assimilated the French. The woman accepted all the jobs that were offered to him as the work during the grapewine harvest. Her husband, by opposition, never deigned to learn French and has never held any job. Therefore, he felt rejected, a situation he had never known in Syria, she says.

Finally, Nadia, another Syrian living in France since 2014 said she could leave her house without a headscarf on her hair:

"Nobody looked at me, as if I hadn't done anything extraordinary. My older brother has tried everything to dissuade me, saying that it was contrary to my identity and my religion, but I stood my ground. "

Finally, some men prefer Syria - not because of their assimilation but rather because of the concept of equality - to return home despite the war raging there, concludes the website.
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#9
Well, good for the Krauts. Perhaps more European countries will take the cue and demand civility. And if not, Get Out! S22
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#10
Yes, I think there is hope in Hell.
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#11
Today, in France, a muslim stabbed (fortunately not fataly) a woman and her three daughters aged from 8 to 14 because of her indecent dress at a summer holliday village (where everybody used to go back and forth in swiming suit). The muslim was a tourist at the holliday village with his whife and his own children. He is now in custody, arrested quickely after he attempted to escape.
This what the preliminary enquiry said.

...later in the day a politician made a press conference to deny the rumor that the criminal acted for religious or moral reason or whatever clothing issue. he said the motive so far are unkown.

===> They are realy making fools of us.
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#12
Fred,

That's how Obama is handling it here. Guy screams "Allah Akbar" and shoots the place up and Obama can't figure out if he was motivated by religious desires or not. He doesn't need to opine that it is Islam, just that it is obvious these jihadists are a type of Muslim like KKK members are a perverse type of Christian.
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#13
This is all a combination of Intellectual Laziness and Intellectual dishonesty.  And you know what, these "Common Sense Deficit Syndrome" individuals actually believe we will fall for it.  Isn't that amazing?  Gah
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The muslim who stabbed the girls at the summer village made a tantrum at the police station: He refused to let officers take his fingerprints while shouting Allah U Akbar.
Officialy, he still didn't act for religious reasons... S16
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When the French governement bent under the pressure of Islam...

Le Point (automatic translation) Wrote:Philippe Esnol:

"We have been ordered to close their eyes on the wearing of the burka"

After Malek Boutih, Senator Philippe radical Esnol (ex-PS) puts his foot in it about the rise of religious fundamentalism. Interview.

INTERVIEW BY EMMANUEL BERRETTA

Modified 16.01.2015 at 16:42 - Published on 16.01.2015 at 12:05 | the Point.fr

Philippe Esnol, former mayor of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, left the Socialist Party in 2013 to join a Radical Leftist Party.



In October 2013, Senator Philippe Esnol left the Socialist Party with a crash. The former mayor of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, now enshrined in the radical left, joins the alarming about Malek Boutih the rise of religious fundamentalism and the complicity of certain elected . Philippe Esnol was part of the parliamentary group consulted Monday with Bernard Cazeneuve to strengthen the means of security against new terrorist threats. It delivers its experience in the field. Interview.

Point: Malek Boutih denounced here the connivance between certain local officials and religious communalism for electoral reasons. Do you agree with his conclusion?

Philippe Esnol:
Malek Boutih was absolutely right. I have seen particular about wearing the burka. There are eight months while I was still mayor of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine (city rocked right in March 2014, Ed), I received the visit of the prosecutor who told me that orders had been given for that condones the wearing of the burka in order not to reproduce the riots, after a police control, had set fire to hatches in the summer of 2013. J 'I questioned Najat Vallaud-Belkacem PS group on this issue at the time when she was Minister of women law, when we examined the law on gender equality. Equal pay, fine, but the status of women in the suburbs, when did we talking about? She didn't like my question. She kicked into touch. Have you ever toured a market in Mantes-la-Jolie? It is Saudi Arabia! An unveiled woman feels uncomfortable. I was one of the first PS to defend, with Manuel Valls, banning the burka. At the time, our socialist comrades treated us to "secular fundamentalists" ...

As mayor, have you had to deal with communities?

I had to deal with unrelenting pressure of religious communities. When this is not about food, I was asked for flexible hours at the pool. I never wanted to give. I am a layman and even more comfortable to speak as I fought to give Muslims in my city a place of worship. Muslims have every right to practice their faith in peace. But not in the public sphere! However, some members of this community constantly beyond the private sphere. And it must be said: that religion has no back on itself and no ability to self-mockery. They do not understand secularism. I know something, the matter of the crib Baby Loup, this is my home !

Have you tried to alert the authorities?

I asked to see Jean-Louis Bianco, President of the Observatory of secularism. I asked through many channels an appointment. Jean-Louis Bianco (*) never wanted to see me, yet Françoise Laborde and David Kessler interceded. Nothing did. Bianco finally laid a report which minimizes any problems. Lived another example: when a Salafist organization opened a Koranic school, a mayor can not oppose it and the prosecutor either as soon as the association received the approval of the Rector. So we know that education is proposed there turns back to the values ​​of the Republic, but we are helpless. I also also had to face the wrath of evangelical Protestants.

At what moment ?

In my town, an official confession was proselytizing was becoming embarrassing for his colleagues. It was close to retirement, so I settled for the move, without affecting its treatment. You can not imagine the number of insults I received from evangelical Protestants who came with mails even in Canada where I was treated to "eradicator of Protestantism". Prosecution inept! I myself have two children baptized Protestant ...

François Hollande has tried, these days, to ease community tensions. What do you think of his attitude?

He was right to remember that all religions have the same rights and the same duties. And I repeat: it is legitimate that Muslims have decent places of worship. But when he says that Muslims are the first victims of fanaticism, I consider it a political mistake. It is a blindness that will benefit the National Front.

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#16
Obviously the French haven't waken up.......yet.  

Elderly priest, 86, is 'beheaded' by two ISIS knifemen shouting 'Allahu Akbar' after they took nuns and worshippers hostage at French church: Police shoot both attackers dead then search for bombs

Here's why I can tell they still haven't waken up:

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A priest has been 'beheaded' by two ISIS knifemen who cut his throat after bursting into a French church and taking nuns and worshippers hostage before being shot dead by police.

Five people including the 86-year-old priest, two nuns and two parishioners were held by assailants who raided the church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray near Rouen in Normandy during morning mass at 9am.

The clergyman, named as Jacques Hamel, is believed to have been beheaded during the attack while another hostage, believed to be a nun, is fighting for life in hospital.

The two attackers were 'neutralised' by marksmen as they emerged from the building, which is now being searched for explosives. French president Francois Hollande said France is 'at war' with ISIS while the terror group has claimed responsibility for the killing.

He seems to believe it is just ISIS, when its so much more than them.  Its basic, original, classic Islam as the Big Mo meant it to be.  But again, Islam is not primarily a religion.  It is secondary, with the primary being an autocratic system.  Until Europeans realize this, and root it out from their countries, this will never stop.   Gah

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#17
Robert Spencer, at JihadWatch, had the following to say about all this:

Quote:This is way beyond parody, way beyond sarcasm. This is way beyond believable reality. They were shouting “Daesh” — i.e., “Islamic State” — and wearing Islamic clothing, while slitting a priest’s throat a la Qur’an 47:4 (“When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks”) and the Telegraph tells us not once, but twice in the space of seven short paragraphs that his motive is unknown? Can you imagine being a reporter writing in Warsaw on September 1, 1939 that German soldiers were coming across the border in large numbers and killing Polish soldiers, and authorities were searching for their motive — while Polish authorities assured us that their open-borders policy would continue?

What did Fr. Jacques Hamel do? Did he draw Muhammad? How did he provoke the poor dears? Or maybe they’re coming for all non-Muslims, no matter how desperately the political and ecclesiastical leaders of Europe and North America try to placate them?
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#18
Yes; they all deny that the motivation is Islam.
And when it's obvious they portray the terrorists as a minority of fanatics and muslims say that "this has nothing to do with Islam".
But the poeple don't believe it anymore. Everybody I know, know the truth about it and feels outraged.
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(07-26-2016, 08:14 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: Yes; they all deny that the motivation is Islam.
And when it's obvious they portray the terrorists as a minority of fanatics and muslims say that "this has nothing to do with Islam".
But the poeple don't believe it anymore. Everybody I know, know the truth about it and feels outraged.

Yeah, that's just one more example of the difference between correlation and causality.  The bureaucrats and pro-Islam nuts are trying to paint the former, when the simple truth is that it is the later.
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Tommy Robinson: The 'Religion of Peace'



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