Saturday, 30 July 2011

Muslims youths tyrannise a Catholic church in Milbertshofen, Munich.

I did this translation and subtitling myself. If anyone wants the SRT file to create subtitles in another language, let me know.

Source: BR Online

Via: SOS Österreich


Vlad Tepesblog said...

It ends at an odd time. What happens next please? Is this a Muslim - infidel issue or just badly behaved kids?

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

The whole segment is about 5-6 mins long. I cut it down to the most important segment partly due to time constraints and partly because I found it difficult to make out some of the words in two of the later segments - one of which features a guy with a strong Bavarian accent and another of which features Muslim youths speaking through a voice distorter.

Yes, it is a Muslim vs. infidel issue. The youths say that specifically when they are interviewed. They are basically of Turkish immigrant origin.

If I could find a native German speaker to do a written transcript, I could translate it from the written text and subtitle the whole thing.

Anonymous said...

It's funny to see how people can easily get influenced by the media and believing in everything they hear and see without seeking the truth or read about what the islam really teach. I live in Germany and I know a lot of Turkish immigrants. And guess what, not all of them are muslims and some are only muslims by name (not really practising islam, and turkish nowadays are mostly from 3rd generations)

Try to get to know some muslims that really practices what islam teaches them to do (like no sleeping around, no drinking, eat halal food). Do you really know what halal is? I did some reading. If you read up, It's the most humane way of animal slaugther. The animals are not kept in cages. The chickens are not piled on top of each other in crates. free range. The animals are fed all natural feed, and they are never given drugs or fed any animal by-products. The Halal laws are very similar to the Kosher laws. It is about respecting the creature whose life you are taking, and acting with reverent accordance.

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

Sounds like you are being brainwashed by your Turkish friends. Soon you'll be ready to convert and submit, just like they do.

Anonymous said...

one more thing, by spreading hatred, why don't you spread some love. Like this story here, how muslims helped the jews from getting killed: and this link here too:

Let's unite and combat hatred:

If every single thing that you consider bad are related to muslims (even muslims are against the terrorists because they do not follow the actual teachings of islam), it's sad. Do muslims go around the world saying that christians are bad because the priests rape boys?

If badly behaved kids as seen in this article were the ones to be blamed and labeled as bad muslim youths that tyrannise a church, how about a bigger tyrannise done like this one: “International Burn A Koran Day” planned by the Dove World Outreach Center, a small church in Florida. Were they labeled as bad christian leaders too?

Anonymous said...

btw, i was not being brainwashed by my turkish friends, they were not the ones who taught me all that. I a man of research, and i have travelled around the world very very frequently. I do not accept things that easy without doing some research and i've been in the field and observe and listen what they really are (without depending on the media which are mostly one sided stories). I was sceptical at first, but once you open your mind and start to really think, listen and observe, you will know.

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

You really sound like your mind is far gone. You are experiencing Stockholm syndrome. Many Europeans are. These people have, in effect, hijacked our countries. Just as kidnap victims don't want to believe their kidnappers are evil, because it implies a terrible future for them, many Europeans are trying to convince themselves that Islam is not evil. The corrosion of moral and intellectual integrity that this fear brings about is one of the most striking and sinister aspects of Islam. It is the dhimmi mentality.

You say you're not influenced by the media, yet the media is full of relentlessly positive images of Islam. Virtually everyone within the public sphere promotes the "Religion of Peace" narrative. Anyone who questions it has their life destroyed, as we saw with Thilo Sarrazin.

Why do you think it is that there is not a single point on earth where large numbers of Muslims and non-Muslims live in peace and equality, except in a few places (such as, formerly, Syria) where a ruthless authoritarian government enforces it upon them?

You talk about the Koran-burning incident and ask whether the people responsible were called bad Christians. Well, yes. They were. Virtually everyone denounced. You compare this to Muslims vandalising a church in Munich. It's an invalid comparison. Muslims destroying a church are destroying someone else's property. Anyone can buy a book and then read it, through it in the rubbish bin or burn it. They're not harming anyone else or anyone else's property.

You need to ask yourself why you are constantly seeking to develop apologetic arguments for Muslims. Why do you feel the need to do this? What is the emotional impulse that lies behind it?

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