Thursday, 31 May 2012

I've posted before about Imran Farasat, the Pakistani granted asylum in Spain who has called for the Koran to be banned and runs the website "World Without Islam".

Over the years he has received many threats as a result of his efforts to warn the western world about the threat Islam represents. Recently, however, the threats took a more sinister turn as they referred to his family as well as himself. Most disturbingly, the threats originated in Indonesia, where his family now lives.

The threatening emails can be seen in the graphics.

Imran has filed many complaints with the Spanish police about the threats he has received. He complains that they seem uninterested, however, formally recording the complaints but doing nothing about them.

When he tried to register a complaint about the first of these threats, the police officer said it was unnecessary because he had filed complaints in the past. He insisted that the latest threat was from a new group and broke new ground in referring to his family members. Reluctantly, the police officer took down the complain in a cursory fashion, without allowing him to register all of the significant details.

When Imran received the second of these threats, which originated from a different group, he also went to file a formal complaint about it with the police. This time they at first refused to register the complaint at all, only agreeing to do so reluctantly when he threatened to kick up a fuss at the Ministry of the Interior. The complaint was then taken down half-heartedly.

Imran asked for police protection, but he was told he wouldn't get it. When he asked what he could do to ensure the safety of himself and his family, the police told him:
Shut down your web page and stop messing with the Islamists

They then told him not to bother making any more complaints as he was responsible for the threats being made against him because he chose to tangle with the Islamists!

This is the bizarre response we're seeing a lot from European officialdom these days. Muslims are simply expected to act like violent, frothing, mindless savages, it seems. When they do so, they are not held responsible for their actions. Instead, the blame is cast on those who provoked them.

Source: Minuto Digital H/T: Imran Farasat

Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the Front de gauche [Left Front] candidate for the French presidency, who came fourth with around 11% of the vote, has been campaigning in Marseilles recently for the upcoming legislative elections in France. In this, he is also standing as a candidate in the same constituency as Marine Le Pen.

According to Le Figaro, his speech was an ode to the Mediterranean, "the good mother of us all". It was interesting primarily for the high concentration it contains of the key motifs that are being used to drive the European Genocide.

"Marseilles is," he said, was "the most French city of our Republic" [Muslim demographic estimated at 40%]. Mélenchon then launched into a paean to the joys of "métissage". The word "métissage" is hard to translate. It literally means "race-mixing", "interbreeding" but it is also used in a metaphorical way in France with something of the sense of the English word "diversity".

"Race-mixing is our opportunity", exclaimed the MEP, to the sound of "youyous" [ululation sounds typically made by North African women], before saluting the "Arabs and Berbers" through whom "science, mathematics and medicine" arrived in Europe in a time when "obscurantism oppressed the human spirit". Rejecting "the morbid and paranoid idea of a clash of civilisations", he expressed his thoughts to the "North Africans who liberated the soil of the homeland from the Nazis." "The people of North Africa are our brothers and sisters" and "France has no future without them".

In his case, it may actually be true that they are his brothers and sisters, as he was born in Tangiers, in Morocco.

"France is not a western nation dedicated to following the chariot of the United States of America, but "a universalist nation", he declared.

Source: Le Figaro
Wednesday, 30 May 2012
Austrians, Integrate Yourselves!

I've written before about how Vienna is now a conquered city. Muslim demographics succeeded in doing what Muslim armies were never able to do. Now comes the logical next step: integration courses. But not for Muslims or other immigrants. For the Austrians themselves. It is Austrians who now have to adapt to the culture of the invaders.

As part of the Vienna Festival week, "integration camps" are being set up for Austrians to "cure them of their minority phobia". In the camps, the integration requirement of each participant will be individually assessed. They will then be assigned to one of three training programmes which vary in length according to the severity of the supposed need.

The training programmes are led by immigrants themselves:
"We have Serbs, Croats, Bosnians, coloured Africans, Turks, Kurds, Roma and German students."

The courses have names like: Headscarf training, Forced marriage training, home slaughter training.

Although I assume the courses will actually take place, it has to be pointed out that this is a provocative political stunt being staged by an arts group, rather than a serious government initiative. It is, however, being funded by the state, so can be construed as more pro-Muslim, pro-immigration, anti-European propaganda.

And surely it won't be long before integration courses like this are taking place for real.

Sources: SOS Heimat

Belgrade (dpa) - New Serbia coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has expelled midfielder Adem Ljajic from the team after he refused to sing the national anthem ahead of a friendly with Spain, the Serbian football association FSS said Monday.

Adem Ljajic. Archive picture: Maurizio Degl'Innocenti/ANSA
Mihajlovic formally took over just a week earlier and his first move was to have the players sign a new code of conduct, which includes an order to sing the anthem.

Ljajic refused to sing ahead of Saturday's match, which Serbia lost 2-0. Mihajlovic met with him Sunday and Ljajic said he will also not sing the anthem in the future because of "personal reasons."

"Sinisa Mihajlovic then told the player to go home," FSS said in a statement on its website (, voicing "full support" for the coach.

Ljajic lives in Sandzak, a volatile, mostly Muslim region straddling Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia. No details about the nature of his refusal to sing the anthem were revealed.

"The doors of the national team are not closed forever for Ljajic," the statement said. "He needs to inform coach Mihajlovic that he has changed his position and may then be called again."

The attacking midfielder Ljajic was also suspended for the season by Fiorentina after an incident with coach Delio Rossi, who was meanwhile fired because of it.

Some reports said that Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund were interested for Ljajic, who moved from Partizan Belgrade to Fiorentina in 2010 on a three-year, 8-million-euro (10.3 million dollars) contract.
Source: DPA
The words of the Serbian anthem are:
God of Justice, You who saved us
From our nation's falling,
Hear the voices of your children,
And be our salvation from now on.

Defend with Your mighty hand,
That future Serbia walks to,
God save; God defend,
Serbian lands and Serbian race!

Bind them closer, fellow Serbs
Teach them everlasting love,
United our enemies we'll conquer
This shall defend us all.

Serbia's golden fruits are now ripe
gracing high from liberty's tree,
God save; God defend,
Serbian lands and Serbian race!

Save all Serbs from Your anger,
Thunder coming from up above,
Bless every Serb's village,
Mountain, meadow, town and home!

When the days of battle happen,
to the victory lead the pace,
God save, God defend,
Serbian lands and Serbian race!

In that sepulcher of years
Serbia's glory rises anew,
A new era now is dawning,
A new beginning, God gave us!

Sustain a patriotic Serbia,
now that five centuries have passed,
God save, God defend,
Thus entreats the Serbian race!
Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Sometimes, when surveying the bizarre malignancy of Islam, you come across stories that almost defy belief. You triple-check them just to make sure it isn't some kind of mistake: a translation error or a less than scrupulous "Islamophobe". Here's one.

Recently, northern Italy has been rocked by earthquakes. Temporary camps have been set up to offer shelter to people in the affected area. Naturally, as happened in Spain last year, immigrants and wastrels, people who might have no fixed abode even in ordinary circumstances, descend on these camps to grab whatever they can get. There have been several complaints that the immigrants are receiving privileged admission to and treatment in the camps compared to native Italians. What's clear is that the Muslims, in particular, have an extraordinary sense of entitlement.

Last week Vodafone turned up to offer free phone cards. The Muslims started fighting over them. One pulled a knife and stabbed another Muslim. On Saturday, a riot broke out when a Muslim girl was served a pasta dish containing bolognese sauce. Apparently it was supposed to have been tuna but an innocent mistake had been made. She started screaming. Soon her family turned up and accused the camp administrators of deliberately insulting Islam! How they get to this conclusion from bolognese sauce I'm not sure about. I can only surmise that they were complaining about it because it is a meat sauce and the meat may not have been halal! A riot broke out and civil protection forces had to intervene to restore order.

According to a local newspaper, "the behaviour of the North Africans is getting on the nerves of many of the other disaster victims".

Source: Novopress Italian source here.

A radio host has been hospitalized after being cut 15 times by an unidentified criminal. Two weeks ago the journalist ventured to criticize the founder of Islam, the Prophet Mohammed, on air.

Sergey Aslanyan, 46, was brought to Moscow’s hospital with numerous non-penetrating knife wounds to the chest, neck and arm.

According to the police report, on late Monday evening an unknown man called to Aslanyan’s flat over the building intercom and called him outside for a talk. When the journalist stepped out of the entranceway he was knocked over the head with a heavy object, after which the assailant brought the knife into play.

Aslanyan claimed that the attacker was shouting “you are Allah's enemy!” while slashing at the victim.

Police say the abuser was a slim man of about 30, while according to some witnesses there were several attackers.

As of now the journalist is conscious and his condition is stable. His relatives and friends are free to visit him in his flat, which is guarded by police. Investigators say they do not have a primary lead, but hope to identify the perpetrator using porch surveillance camera data.
Still, Izvestia newspaper made a guess that the attack could be linked to recent statements made by the journalist in a radio show. While discussing religion in general he made some “from zero to hero” remarks towards the Prophet Mohammed.

“The Prophet Mohammed, as we know, was not a religious figure. He was a businessman, but after getting considerable financial support built plans as to how to get to the top,” Aslanyan disclosed. He also said that the Prophet “rewrote the Bible” so that “now everyone would know the Prophet Mohammed was not a market shopkeeper, but an outstanding political figure.”

According to Aslanyan, the idea of Islam was a “business project from the very beginning,” and turned out to be successful due to “handsome financing.” Besides that, the journalist, who was an external expert at this radio show, speculated that the Prophet had some sort of sexual disorder.

Reportedly, the journalist later apologized on air for the harsh statements he had made, but that did not change public opinion much.

Such statements could not but stir the Muslim community. There was a widespread angry reaction on the Islamic internet forums.

Muslims from the Republic of Tatarstan, where Islam is the dominant religion, wrote a letter to the Prosecutor General’s office saying Aslanyan’s statements had insulted them.

“These insults wound our religious feelings and come into conflict with Russian legislature, because they unleash ethnic discord and interreligious hatred,” insists Imam Seijarfar Lutfullin.

Despite being disappointed with the journalist’s position, representatives of the Muslim clergy of Tatarstan refused to have anything to do with the assault on the journalist.

“Islam does not recognize the resort to force – for this there are authorities and courts,” the spokesperson of the Clerical Administration of the Republic of Tatarstan told Izvestia.

The radio host’s colleagues say Sergey Aslanyan was always extremely cautious about what he was saying and, despite being a well-known agitator, had never got into trouble and had even won several cases against him in court – only because of his close attention to the facts he was voicing.
Source: Russia Today
Monday, 28 May 2012

There is a fawning interview with Anthony Beevor in the Telegraph today. The great sage, who made his name and fortune writing books about the Second World War, fears that the current economic difficulties in Europe will give rise to "militant nationalism". Oh dear. What an original and profound thought.

The truth is, though, that it is the European elites' obsession with the Second World War, and with Adolf Hitler in particular, that is the principal cause of our current predicament. It is what gave rise to the bizarre desire to extinguish nationalism. Of course the only way you can extinguish nationalism is by extinguishing nations. But what are nations? Nations are simply peoples with governments. They are peoples who have realised their natural desire for self-determination within borders that correspond roughly to a community defined by common ancestry and culture. The only way to eradicate nations, then, is to eradicate peoples - or, in other words, to commit genocide, which is what the elites of Europe have been engaged in for the past few decades. The fact that they are doing this with the best of intentions does not detract from the cataclysmic awfulness of it.

Very few of the world's countries are actually nations. Most are simply artificially defined states incorporating multiple peoples within their borders; and the friction this gives rise to is the source of interminable problems. States whose borders do not correspond to the frontiers of peoplehood can either break up to become genuine nations or can struggle to arrive at an accommodation with the various peoples in their midst. The struggle to achieve this accommodation tends to define much of the history of these artificial states and will be unique in every case. Trying to achieve this accommodation with a one-size-fits-all human rights framework is not the way to do it. And deliberately aggravating these underlying frictions by welcoming new peoples into the country's borders in a spirit of anti-nationalism amounts to criminal lunacy, the price for which will be paid in civil war by future generations.

It is the endless obsession with Hitler and the World War Two, which people like Beevor feed and thrive upon, that has given rise to this lunacy. The twin vectors of Europe's self-destruction - the EU (including its culminating folly, the Euro) and the mass immigration of non-Europeans - are driven by this paralysing fixation with Hitler, Nazism, the supposed threat of right-wing extremism and racism. This is something that defies rational scrutiny. Yes, Hitler was a really bad guy. But so were Stalin and Mao. And Stalin and Mao each killed more people than Hitler did. Looking at the great exterminations of the 20th century, more people were killed as a result of anti-right-wing political prejudice than racism. Yet anti-right-wing political prejudice is politically enthroned, while fear of "racism" as some kind of cosmic evil increasingly defines European society. Across Europe today, left-wing political violence is on a vastly greater scale than its right-wing opposite. Yet commentators view it indulgently, while issuing dire warnings about the slightest attempt by Europeans to defend their own ancestral peoplehood.

And while European nations are riven internally by this deranged obsession with Hitler, the Muslims keep coming. I see parallels with the Muslim invasion of Egypt. Many Copts didn't resist it because they were obsessed with an arcane religious conflict with the Byzantines and saw Muslim overlordship as a not-so-bad alternative to Byzantine rule. The human mind seems incapable of grasping true moral complexity. It seems to operate in a simple binary mode in which only two-dimensional conflicts can be understood. Thus we end up with, "Rather the Muslims than the Byzantines" [in ancient Egypt], "Rather the Muslims than the Spanish" [in Catalonia now] and "Rather the Muslims than the fascists" [in Europe generally].

It is not militant nationalism that threatens Europe. It is the sick cult of Adolf Hitler, ministered to by low-grade sacerdotes like Anthony Beevor, at great personal profit to themselves. The derangement this inspires renders European elites incapable of rationally apprehending the threatening situation they and their peoples are in. Paradoxically, solely because of their morbid obsession with him, Hitler has been able to inflict more damage on Europe in death than he was ever able to do in life. They have thus granted him a kind of posthumous victory. Resurgent nationalism - healthy pride in one's own people, history and ancestry - is what can save Europe from the withered and ghost-haunted old men - moral paralytics to a man - who now preside over its destruction.

UPDATE: Ed West reacts to the Beevor interview, saying more or less the same things, here.

Sunday, 27 May 2012

No special reason for posting it other than it's Sunday, and it's good to remind ourselves every so often that there are places in Europe where Mohammedanism hasn't got very far yet.

Sometimes I, or other people in the Counterjihad movement, claim that history teaching in schools is being used as a instrument of propaganda to indoctrinate European children into feeling a sense of shame about their own identities or promoting a falsely inflated view of the historical importance of Islamic civilisation or African civilisations (sic). This omnipresent sense of guilt then makes the plebs more compliant when they are told they need to hand over the keys of their countries to non-Europeans.

To the casual observer, this no doubt sounds like a wacko conspiracy theory. Here, then, is confirmation from an objective source that the Council of Europe is indeed using history teaching as an instrument of propaganda. In fact, it seems to have a regular program devoted to that purpose. The historians in its employ shape historical narratives to fulfil political agendas, and these confected histories then find their way into school textbooks.
The movement for European unity which began in Western Europe after 1945 was fired by an idealism that contained an important historical dimension. It aimed to remove the welter of ultra-nationalistic attitudes which had fuelled the conflicts of the past. All communities require both a sense of present identity and the sense of a shared past. So historical revision was a natural requirement. The first stage sought to root out the historical misinformation and misunderstandings which had proliferated in all European countries. The second stage was to build a consensus on the positive content of a new ‘Eurohistory’.

The Council of Europe provided the forum within which most early discussions took place. As an organization supported by twenty-four governments in Western Europe, it was never bounded by the political horizons either of the EEC or of NATO; and in the cultural field it gained the co-operation of four non-member countries from the Soviet bloc, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and the USSR. Its input ranged from the Vatican to the Kremlin. From the first colloquium, which was organized at Calw in 1953 on ‘The European Idea in History Teaching’, the Council organized at least one major international meeting on historical matters every year for forty years. A 1965 symposium on ‘Teaching History’ at Elsinore and a 1986 seminar on ‘The Viking Age’ emphasized the desirability both of broad-based themes and of a generous geographical and chronological spread.

Apart from historical didactics, and the problems of introducing a skills-based ‘new history’ into school-teaching, the main focus lay on the elimination of national bias and religious prejudice from European education. Special attention was given to the shortcomings of national history textbooks. Numerous bilateral commissions were established for examining the sins of omission and commission of which all European educators were guilty in the presentation of their own and their neighbours’ past. In this the Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research, established at Braunschweig in West Germany played a pioneering role.

...One history project that was financially supported (though not originated) by the European Commission in Brussels was conceived prior to the political deluge of 1989–91. Labelled ‘An Adventure in Understanding’, it was planned in three stages: a 500-page survey of European history, a 10-part television series, and a school textbook to be published simultaneously in all eight languages of the EC. Its authors were quite open about their ‘political quest’: their aim was to replace history written according to the ethos of the sovereign nation-state:

Nationalism, and the fragmentation of Europe into nation-states, are relatively recent phenomena: they may be temporary, and are certainly not irreversible. The end of Empires and the destruction wrought by nationalism have been accompanied by the defeat of totalitarianism and the triumph of liberal democracy in Western Europe, completed in 1974–5. This has enabled people to begin to rise above their nationalistic instincts.
Source: "Europe: A History" by Norman Davies

The words Muslim and corruption go readily together and the so-called modern and moderate Muslims are no exception. This is yet another example of the moral standards of the Indian subcontinent being imported into Britain. Note that most of the newspapers reporting this story are missing the most important element. They are reporting only the fact that Warsi failed to declare rental income on a flat she owned. This could be dismissed as a minor oversight. The much more important fact, however, is that Warsi may have been unjustly claiming expenses for a flat she may not even have been staying in or paying for.

The disclosure of Warsi's shady dealings seems to be a payback initiative from another corrupt Muslim, who seems to have been part of the Conservative Party's ethnic outreach programme, before being cold-shouldered after his own skulduggery was revealed. That's one of the good things about Muslims in public life. Scratch the surface just a little and you're sure to find evidence of corruption.
BARONESS WARSI, the co-chairman of the Conservative party, stands accused of claiming parliamentary expenses for overnight accommodation when she was staying rent-free in a friend’s house.

Warsi, a cabinet minister championed by David Cameron, charged the taxpayer £165.50 a night for attending the House of Lords while staying at the property in Acton, west London. The owner said she had her own bedroom and front-door key.

Yesterday Warsi confirmed she had spent “occasional nights” at the property but as the guest of a Tory party official, who was also staying there. She said she had made an “appropriate payment equivalent to what I was paying at the time in hotel costs”.

However, the owner of the house, a GP and former parliamentary candidate for the Conservative party, insists he received no money from either Warsi or Naweed Khan, the party official who was staying there rent-free.

Warsi also failed to declare to parliament thousands of pounds in rental income on a two-bedroom flat until the property she owned was discovered by The Sunday Times last week. Warsi last night claimed it was “an oversight for which I take full responsibility”.

This weekend Warsi was facing a parliamentary investigation after John Mann, the Labour MP, said he would write to the Lords commissioner for standards asking him to examine Warsi’s expenses. “If you are paying no rent where you are staying, you can’t possibly be claiming subsistence for staying there,” Mann said.

“It all seems very murky. We need a full investigation into the matter.”

An investigation by The Sunday Times can reveal that Warsi used the house soon after entering the Lords. Public records show that she claimed more than £12,000 in “overnight subsistence” within six months of taking her seat in October 2007.

At the time, Warsi, then 36, was the youngest peer in the upper chamber. She became the first Muslim woman in the cabinet when she was appointed minister without portfolio after the 2010 election.

Under the expenses regime of 2007-8, peers whose main home was outside London could claim overnight subsistence for accommodation costs when the Lords was sitting. The rules state that they must have “incurred expenses” or made the claim “towards the costs of maintaining” a residence in the capital. This was most likely to include hotel charges, the rent on a flat or mortgage payments on a second home. Crucially, no receipts were required.

Warsi is the most highprofile peer whose expenses claims have been called into question. The Sunday Times has previously exposed a string of peers who abused the system, resulting in two members being jailed and three others being suspended.

Warsi, whose main home is in West Yorkshire, received the overnight allowance while she was staying at a three-storey terraced property in Acton owned by Dr Wafik Moustafa, a GP.

Moustafa, who has been a Tory party member for 23 years but recently fell out with Warsi, claimed she used the property over four months, with sole use of a bedroom on the second floor. He said she normally used his home between Monday and Thursday and occasionally at weekends.

“Baroness Warsi paid no rent, nor did she pay any utilities bills or council tax,” he said. “It was an informal arrangement, so no tenancy contract was drawn up.”

Moustafa, 63, added: “I’m not exactly sure how many days she stayed in total, but I believe my home was her main London residence [at the time].”

A friend of Warsi said she used Moustafa’s home “a small number of times” during six weeks from January to March in 2008 before she moved into her own flat in Wembley, northwest London.

The friend said: “On the few occasions when she could not get to a hotel and was staying in this property she claimed the overnight subsistence allowance — which was within the rules.”

Moustafa, however, claimed that Warsi also stayed at his house in early December 2007 — around the time she travelled to Sudan on a “mercy mission” to help a British teacher who had been jailed for allowing her pupils to name a teddy bear after the prophet Muhammad.

At the time Khan, who later became Warsi’s special adviser, was also staying in a separate room in the house as a non-paying guest of the owner.

Public records show that between October 15, 2007, when Warsi entered the Lords as shadow minister for community cohesion, and March 31, 2008, she claimed £12,247 in overnight subsistence — close to the maximum amount. Her claim equates to 74 nights, while the Lords sat for 84 days during that period.

The Sunday Times can find no evidence that Warsi used hotels between October and December 2007 while she was claiming the allowance. When asked to produce hotel receipts, the Tories declined to do so.

In her statement Warsi said she had bought a flat in Wembley in September 2007 but this was not due for completion until 2008. When she was on official business she stayed “predominantly” in two hotels. The completion date of the flat was delayed and “not having made advanced bookings for these hotels, there was a period of six weeks when I spent occasional nights at a flat in Acton, which was occupied by Naweed Khan, at the time a member of Conservative Campaign HQ staff”.

She added: “For the nights that I stayed as a guest of Naweed Khan, I made an appropriate payment equivalent to what I was paying at the time in hotel costs.”

Khan said: “I confirm she made a financial payment on each occasion, which compensated for the inconvenience caused and additional costs incurred by me as a result of her being there.”

A spokesman refused to say whether the payments were in cash or another form.

Their account was disputed by Moustafa: “He [Khan] introduced her to me but she came as a guest of mine. I even gave her the front-door key. Naweed Khan never paid me any money.”

When asked if Warsi had made any form of financial contribution, Moustafa said she had paid “not a penny”. He said Khan had lived at his home in a separate room for almost 18 months — also without paying rent or bills. Khan did not dispute this claim.

The Sunday Times investigation also revealed Warsi had failed to declare rental income she was receiving on the Wembley flat after she moved to another address closer to the Lords shortly after joining the cabinet in June 2010.

She amended her entry in the Lords register of interests last Monday — two days after The Sunday Times visited the block close to Wembley stadium. Agents in the area said Warsi could earn up to £1,200 a month in rent. She is believed to have been receiving rental income from the start of 2011, meaning her total undeclared income could have been as much as £20,000. Peers are required to register any rental income worth more than £5,000 in a calendar year.

In a statement, Warsi blamed an “oversight”, adding that “when the discrepancy became apparent this week, I immediately informed the registrar of Lords’ interests of its omission”. She said her ownership of the flat and the fact that it was being rented out was “fully disclosed to Cabinet Office officials and HM Revenue & Customs”.

A Conservative party spokesman said: “All Baroness Warsi’s claims were in accordance with House of Lords rules and reflected the fact that as a peer who lived outside London, she incurred costs when required to stay overnight in London on House of Lords business.”
Source: Sunday Times (£)

More on this:
The allegations of expenses abuse relate to the period shortly after Warsi entered the upper chamber in October 2007 and, in particular, the occasions on which she stayed at a smart terraced property in Acton, west London.

The three-storey house is owned by Dr Wafik Moustafa, an Egyptian-born GP and a fellow Tory party member.

Moustafa told The Sunday Times that Warsi used a bedroom on the top floor of his house intermittently over a four-month period. She had her own front door key — which he says he gave her — and she came and went as she pleased. Moustafa says she never offered to pay any rent or bills, nor did he ask her for any money.

“I sometimes used to give Baroness Warsi a lift in the morning to Acton Town Tube station, which is opposite my surgery, and even used to collect her from the House of Lords if I was in central London,” he said.

Moustafa, 63, said he was introduced to the high-flying peer by a Tory party official called Naweed Khan, who lived in his house — also rent-free — from July 2007 to November 2008, when Moustafa finally asked him to leave.

Khan, who is now Warsi’s special adviser, lived in a separate en suite room on the top floor of the house.

“Naweed also lived rent-free during that time and did not contribute to any household bills, including food shopping,” said Moustafa.

The Sunday Times has separately spoken to four other people who recall seeing Warsi at Moustafa’s home, including a district nurse who said Warsi once brought her daughter to stay.

Eric Ollerenshaw, MP for Lancaster and Fleetwood, who is Warsi’s parliamentary private secretary, said he had met the peer at the Acton address “a couple of times”.

“She wasn’t there permanently,” he said. “It’s when she was first appointed [to the Lords]. She needed a place to crash until she had a flat.”

When The Sunday Times first approached Warsi on Friday about her use of Moustafa’s home while claiming the overnight allowance, she referred all questions to aides at Conservative party headquarters.

They initially refused to say whether Warsi had paid any rent. Yesterday morning, they said that she had “made a financial contribution to the household”. Asked how much and in what form, the aides failed to elaborate.

Warsi did not release a more detailed explanation of her arrangements until The Sunday Times approached Downing Street for comment in the afternoon.

In a statement, leaked to other media, she bizarrely claimed that she had stayed as a “guest” of Khan and indicated that she had paid him instead of Moustafa.

This appeared to contradict what The Sunday Times had been told. Said Khadr, a Mayfair-based financier and a former senior police officer in Cairo, recalled Khan’s initial arrival at the home of his friend.

“One day, he [Moustafa] said ‘Naweed is going to stay with me’,” said Khadr. “I asked, ‘How much is he paying?’ He said, ‘Nothing.’ I got upset with him. I said, ‘You are not a charity, you have a mortgage to pay!’

“Later, Wafik told me that Naweed had brought Sayeeda Warsi to the house and that she was living there during the week ... I asked Wafik if she was paying rent? He said ‘No’. She didn’t offer and he didn’t ask.”

Moustafa admits that he gave Warsi and Khan free accommodation because he was hoping to further his own political career. He is chairman of the Conservative Arab Network (CAN), an organisation that has been in dispute with party headquarters.

Central Office no longer recognises CAN as an affiliated group and Warsi recently wrote to Moustafa threatening legal action if his organisation continues to use the Tory logo.

Back in 2008, they were good friends and Moustafa made at least four journeys to help Warsi move her possessions from Acton to a new two-bedroom flat she had bought in Wembley.

“She said it was well located for the Jubilee line, which goes straight to Westminster,” said Moustafa. “She was very pleased with her purchase because she told me she had managed to get two parking spaces.”

Last Saturday The Sunday Times went in search of the £220,000 flat in a modern development close to Wembley stadium. A reporter knocked on every single door to find out if Warsi had kept the property and may have been renting it out after moving closer to Westminster.

Two days later — last Monday — Warsi updated her entry on the Lords’ register of interests to state that she has a “flat in London NW from which rental income is received”.

She moved out of the flat in 2010 after joining the cabinet and is understood to have been renting it out since the start of 2011. In her statement yesterday, Warsi said: “Due to an oversight, for which I take full responsibility, the flat was not included on the register of Lords’ interests when its value and the rent received came to exceed the thresholds for disclosure.”
Source: The Sunday Times (£)
Saturday, 26 May 2012
Josep Anglada and Robert Hernando

Robert Hernando, the Secretary General of the Plataforma per Catalunya (PxC) party in Catalonia, currently expanding to the whole of Spain in the form of the Plataforma por la Libertad (PxL), has formally requested police protection for its officials, especially the party leader Josep Anglada.

Hernando declared that
"it is not right that in a democratic state the president of a party with more than 70 officials has to endure continuous threats from undesirables placing his physical integrity in jeopardy".

He requested
"continuous protection for Josep Anglada and his family, given that the situation is much more serious than public opinion had been made aware of."

In the letter he also notes that he finds it incredible that no arrests have been made in connection with the brutal beating in plain daylight of PxC councillor Alberto Sánchez by 20 masked leftists and that this "creates an impression of impunity".

It seems that if you challenge Islam in Europe today, you must be willing to live in an atmosphere of constant threat. And you won't be allowed to carry weapons to defend yourself.

Source: Alerta Digital

Friday, 25 May 2012

An application has been made to turn this prayer room in Strasbourg into a mosque. The local people have used graffiti art to express their feelings on the matter. Their messages include: "Islam Out", "Dirty Arabs", "No Mosque" and "Islam: Ries Collaborator" [Ries is the mayor of Strasbourg].

According to a story in the Austrian edition of Today's Zaman, several schools in Austria have instituted bans on speaking Turkish, not only during class or when addressing teachers, but anywhere within the school precincts. This is to encourage the children to learn German and to allow teachers to intervene outside of classes if inappropriate language is being used or an argument is developing.

Some Turkish colonist children have been aggressively defying the ban, however. One stood in the playground, yelling continuously in Turkish and was eventually punished. This provoked an angry reaction from the Turkish colonist community which insisted that the use of Turkish in the school area should not be a punishable offence as using their language was a human right and constituted an essential element of their identity.

Source: Vorarlberg Online Via: SOS Heimat

The Israelis are right to defend their country against this invasion by stealth. Israel has a special moral stature because of the Holocaust. If it institutionalises a vigorous approach towards these African "refugees" and immigrants, perhaps it will encourage the clown governments of Europe to do the same.

Thursday, 24 May 2012

Granada, Valencia, Sevilla and Córdoba, are named as terrorist objectives fr Al Qaeda.

The Jihadist group, Ansar Al Din, has released an internal document which said the cities ‘which were governed by the Muslims’ must be liberated and Al-Andalus must be restored.

Spanish State Security Forces are giving credence to the threat after they intercepted the internal communication. After study they concluded that Spain remains one of the main targets of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.

Cadena Ser reports that after the fall of Gadaffi, the Ansar Al Din terrorist group made off which a large quantity of Libyan weapons and had become stronger in Mali and Timbuktu. Many witnesses claim the group has been responsible for the assassination of hundreds of people.

According to the security services in Algeria, the group is getting funds from the France and Canada in particular.
Sources: TypicallySpanish Cadena Ser H/T: Maria José

Thanks to Muslim colonisation, honour killings have now become a regular part of European life. There's a particularly disgusting example of it recounted here. Until the rest of the population develops the moral backbone required to expel the Muslims wholesale, we can expect this to continue. But there is a way to stop it.

Whenever a case of honour killing occurs, the entire family should be executed. If cousins or aunts and uncles are involved, their entire families should be executed too. Once this has been done two or three times, there will be no more honour killings. How much is the "honour" of your family worth if your family no longer exists? If your entire genetic strain has been removed from the gene pool? Not much.

These people are savages and their savagery requires a brutal response.

As in so many issues, it is compassion and indulgence that produces or aggravates this problem. Extreme momentary harshness can bring an end to it.

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Weeks after I arrive in Spain, the country is to get its first nationwide Counterjihad political party. Of course I'm sure this is complete coincidence. Josep Anglada, leader of Plataforma per Catalunya (PxC), has announced that his party, hitherto confined to Catalonia, will now be rolling out across the rest of Spain, where it will be known as Plataforma por la Libertad (PxL) [Platform for Freedom].

Anglada declared that the party will represent
the response of the indigenous Spanish to the plundering, abandonment, financial dictatorship and destructive action of the political establishment.

The PxC is an identitarian nationalist movement with a strong focus on resistance to Islam. Its first electoral outing outside of Catalonia will be in the Asturias region in June. This is appropriate as it was in the Asturias that the indigenous Spanish held out against the Mohammedan horde who had overrun the rest of the country, slowly building up their strength till they were eventually able to take their country back. If worst comes to worst, Europe may have to adopt a similar approach in future.

Source: Alerta Digital

Since arriving in Spain a few weeks ago, I've been trying to arrange various telecomms services, like fixed or mobile broadband and mobile phone service. It's bizarrely difficult to do this in Spain. In Britain, if you want to buy a prepaid SIM, you can walk into a supermarket, pay a quid and walk out. The transaction takes a few seconds. In Spain, however, you could easily be there for 20 minutes or half an hour, filling out forms, signing things, producing documentation, with a clerk paging through computer screens, accessing some centralised government database.

Who cares about the mundane details of your adaptation to life in Spain, you might say. Ah, but this is germane to our theme. Because the reason for these elaborate registration requirements can be traced to our Mohammedan friends. In the Madrid train bombings of 2004, you see, the Muslims used prepaid phones to detonate the bombs. So the Spanish government brought in new laws requiring every prepaid SIM to be registered. You need to produce a government-issued ID or passport to acquire one, supply address details, etc. So every person buying a SIM card in Spain has a little bit of their life wasted every time they do this. Because of the Muslims.

This caused me to reflect on the many ways that the Muslim presence in our countries gradually degrades our quality of life and whittles away at our freedoms. Travellers in Britain now routinely have to take their shoes off and get rid of containers with liquids in them when going through the airport. Individually, these various hassles and inconveniences may seem insignificant. Add them all together, though, and you arrive at a significant corrosion of our quality of life and freedom. And all of this derives from the Muslim presence in Europe. What benefits could these people possibly be providing us with that could compensate for all the problems they are causing?

Authorities in Patra held an emergency meeting on Wednesday to discuss ways of tackling the presence of hundreds of illegal immigrants in the city, following violent clashes between police and supporters of Chrysi Avgi (Golden Dawn).

Five people were arrested, eight policemen injured, one police bus and two motorcycles were damaged during the fighting on Tuesday night.

Dozens of locals had gathered outside a disused factory near the port area used as makeshift accommodation by undocumented migrants to protest the fatal stabbing last week of a 30-year-old local man. Three Afghan migrants are suspected of attacking the victim after a disagreement.

However, the protest was broken up by dozens of supporters of the far-right party who clashed repeatedly with riot police.

The Governor of Western Greece, Apostolos Katsifaras, asked for the police presence in the city to be stepped and for the factory where the migrants are squatting to be cleared in order to defuse the situation.

“Evacuating the buildings at Peiraiki-Patraiki, in conjunction with more policing around the whole old factory area would help calm the situation down,” he said.
Source: Ekathimerini

But it's those Golden Dawn "Nazis" we need to worry about, right? Not the Muslim illegals who actually kill people.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012
I've mostly not had internet connectivity for the last few days,hence the lack of posts. I'm sending this from a restaurant. Hopefully back soon.
Sunday, 20 May 2012
"Whoever insults the Prophet, whether Muslim or kafir, must be killed."

The German anti-Islam pro-NRW movement recently made headlines with its anti-Islam media competition and demonstrations featuring both the fruits of the competition as well as the classic Danish Mohammed cartoons. Now a jihadist who grew up in the German city of Bonn but now lives in Pakistan has published a video calling for all PRO NRW member to be murdered, as well as the journalists who reported on their demonstrations.

The Muslim's name is Yassin Chouka alias "Abu Ibrahim" and he is believed to be a member of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan. In the video, he urges fellow Muslims not to attend any more PRO-NRW demonstrations in case they are arrested. Instead, he says, they should research the group's members on the internet, find out where they live and work and what their typical travel routes are. Then strike, preferably to kill, ideally in darkness or early in the morning.

"The German media have again collaborated in the crimes. Under the cover of neutral reporting they have again published the Mohammed cartoons. This, too, will not be tolerated by the followers of Mohammed!"

"Der 'Spiegel', which is controlled by Jews, and other well-known German media outlets have thus insulted our prophet. Lie in wait for their employees, kill them and give them a lesson they will never forget."
Source: Der Westen Via: PI

Thursday, 17 May 2012

The French Socialists have been accused of electoral fraud by Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who was the presidential candidate for the Left Front. He is even more socialist than the Socialists, basically a French Hugo Chavez, so this is Left-on-Left warfare.

In a television interview Mélenchon made the following remarks:
"There are dead people on the Socialist electoral list in Hénin-Beaumont."

"What do you find in the PS [Socialist Party] list? There are communists have been fraudulently put on to this Socialist list. There are even dead people! The communists protested. The dead people can't protest!

Journalist: There's cheating on the Socialist list?

Mélenchon: Ah, totally.

No word of Muslim involvement but Muslims are, after all, the masters of fraud. And we know that 93% of them voted Socialist.

Finally. This may produce some change. In our enervated moral culture, only a "designated vulnerable victim" group can take on another "designated vulnerable victim" group.
Leaders of Britain’s Sikh and Hindu communities are protesting that the term “Asian” is being used incorrectly to describe the men responsible for sex-grooming gangs when the perpetrators are in fact nearly all of Pakistani origin.

In a joint statement by Sikh and Hindu organisations on the so-called “Asian” grooming gangs, the Network of Sikh Organisations, the Hindu Forum of Britain and the Sikh Media Monitoring Group say the use of the term “Asian” to describe the perpetrators of these crimes is wholly inaccurate and unfair to other communities of Asian origin.

“By law the British Government requires all authorities including the police, CPS and prisons, to collect ethnicity figures, which use the categories set out in the Census; Asian/Asian British: Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Chinese and Any other Asian background,” they say. “We believe that in this case the Government itself is sanctioning the use of the term Asian as a way of clouding responsibility.”

The Hindu and Sikh leaders are protesting also that the religion of a person is always noted when in custody in police stations, when on remand in prison and when convicted.

“We believe the reluctance of the media and the Government to discuss the issue that there is a disproportionate representation of Muslims in such cases and why the victims are almost always non-Muslim girls is only adding to the vote bank of far-Right groups such as the BNP and the EDL,” they say.

“In addition we wish to bring to your attention the fact that the same sex gangs have also targeted Hindu and Sikh girls in the same manner, and these cases are rarely reported on as they hardly ever reach the courts.

“We believe that political correctness stifles debate and will not facilitate a frank and mature discussion or solutions to get to the root of why the above pattern is emerging in these crimes and how to help find a solution to the problem. This can only be done by working with the responsible majority in the community involved. We will not be able to do that if we mask the identity of those involved based on misguided views of ‘protecting a vulnerable community’ of the perpetrators and not looking at the vulnerable community of victims.”

Tim Loughton, the Children’s Minister, said this week that Britain needed an open debate about “issues around culture” that may explain why men of Pakistani heritage are over-represented among offenders prosecuted for street-grooming sex offences against white girls.

Nine members of a sex-grooming network in Rochdale were jailed last week for child-sex offences against troubled girls aged 12 to 16. Their victims were lured with free food and alcohol then sexually abused over a two-year period in flats and houses across northern England. The trial was the latest in a series of prosecutions in which men from the Pakistani community were accused of offences against vulnerable young teenagers.

The Times revealed last week that over the past five years England’s children’s homes, which care for 1,800 girls, have reported 631 cases of young residents being sold for sex.

Farooq Murad, secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, said: “The overwhelming majority of British Muslims rightly condemn the terrible abuse which has taken place in Rochdale. Those responsible are criminals utterly lacking any empathy for their vulnerable victims. There is absolutely nothing in our faith that condones such acts.

“We must all of us, as a society and as individuals, work together to tackle these issues head on. Only by uniting can we conquer this evil, not by seeking to blame or tarnish any one community or faith above any other.

“At a time of rising sectarian and economic tensions, we must all be aware of the political capital groups like the English Defence League and British National Party will attempt to make from these sorry events.

“Instead of attacks and blame, our resolve must be to prevent a repeat of such abuse ever taking place again: we must be committed to education, and yes, asking difficult questions. But we must also do so with cool heads, and not act simply on hearsay and emotion.

“We trust that those in brother faiths and communities will seek to work with us, and with our community, in dealing with this sensitive issue.”

Research into other models of child-sex offending, including online grooming and sexual abuse within the family, has found that the vast majority of offenders are white men, usually acting alone.
Source: The Times (£)
Wednesday, 16 May 2012

There was a surreal article in the German newspaper Die Welt yesterday, recommending the Muslim no-go areas of Brussels as tourist attractions. This wasn't tongue-in-cheek either. They were serious. Here's a taste.
Don't shy away from no-go areas

Crime is a big problem in Belgium's capital. Many districts are considered no-go-areas, in which not even the police dare to go. But: you miss out on a lot if you avoid them.

Admitted, crime is a big problem in Belgium's capital. The number of smaller crimes especially is as huge as the unemployment. Many districts - Anderlecht, Molenbeek, Cureghem – are considered no-go-areas. It's true, when darkness falls, you should definitely not get lost there.

But you miss out on a lot if you don't leave the usual well-worn path to the Grand Place. Because every day, right there in Anderlecht, you can dive into a diversity of languages, cultures, smells and colours that is bursting from every seam.

The district on the other side of the canal, which forms a kind of south-western border for the city, is home to a fascinating mixture of peoples: the whole of black Africa is gathered there, the Muslim north of the continent, Turks, Asians as well as the long-established Flemish and the French-speaking Brusselites.

It's not often you hear dialogues like this when shopping in Germany: "Are you from the Congo?", one African woman asks another at the vegetable stall. "No, I'm from Rwanda", answers the other.
Source: Die Welt Via: SOS Heimat

There's more in this vein, including a recommendation for a restaurant, ironically called "La Paix" [The Peace] that operates just across the road from a place where smuggled cigarettes and weapons are traded.

Isn't Muslim immigration great? Now we don't need to go to Africa or South America to have dangerous adventure holidays! We can do it right in the heart of Europe! Wunderbar!

Tuesday, 15 May 2012
Swedish prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt is facing a storm of criticism from several quarters after using the term "ethnic Swedes" in response to a question about Sweden's high level of unemployment.

“It is not correct to describe Sweden as a country in a situation of mass-employment. If one looks at ethnic Swedes at the prime of their life, we have very low unemployment,” Reinfeldt said to a reporter from news agency TT on Monday.

The comment was made in answer to a question based on a report carried out by the Swedish Fiscal Policy Council (Finanspolitiska rådet), which had criticized the government’s overly cautious fiscal policy.

Reinfeldt's choice of words soon kicked off a political firestorm with commentators on both sides of the political spectrum questioning his use of the term "ethnic Swedes" and speculating as to what he might have meant.

Two hashtags quickly emerged on Twitter, #ReinfeldtTT and #Svenskarmittilivet, with many questioning whether it was appropriate from the prime minister to speak of ”ethnic” Swedes.

At first it was mainly left-leaning commentators that reacted to the statement and started to question what Reinfeldt's motives.

“The right-wing government’s ethnification of our societal problems is worrisome…” tweeted Daniel Swedin, editorial writer at social-democrat leaning tabloid Aftonbladet.

“Should we interpret FR’s statement as if he doesn’t feel that unemployment among immigrants (even 2nd or 3rd generation) is an especially large problem?,” Social Democrat pollster Carl Melin tweeted.

Sweden Democrats leader Jimme Akesson welcomed the statement:
"It's great news that the prime minister has come to his senses regarding one of the many negative consequences of his irresponsible immigration policies," said Åkesson.

"Reinfeldt seems to want to see mass immigration as a burden that he can't do anything about."
Source: The Local

Meanwhile, the Sweden Democrats are now the fourth largest party in the country:
With 6.6 percent of voters backing them, the far-right Sweden Democrats have grown to be Sweden’s fourth-largest party, according to the latest poll from research institute Sifo.

The increase in support for the party, 1.9 percentage units in the past month, is likely explained by the recent debate between party leaders, aired on national TV last Sunday, in which Jimmie Åkesson, the Sweden Democrats’ leader, received a lot of attention.
Source: The Local

Hopefully he was a Muslim. We should encourage this form of Muslim protest
This card is a weapon. Be armed.

I made this point in a few posts, but it's nice to see it officially admitted by
the left-wing, Guardian-equivalent newspaper Libération.
Without the vote of naturalised non-European immigrants and their children and grandchildren (their percentage share of the electorate is impossible to determine), the Socialist candidate would have found it very difficult to be elected president, given the ageing of the population. The study looking at the geographic distribution of the vote for François Hollande, shows the importance of this factor. In the districts with a high percentage of populations with non-European backgrounds, the Socialist candidate made much greater progress than the national average compared to the score achieved in 2007 by Ségolène Royal. The examples of Clichy-sous-Bois, La Courneuve, Garges-lès-Gonesse or the XVe arrondissement in Marseilles indicate gains of more than 10 points in five years, often with scores greater than 70%. This electorate voted massively for the Left, or rather against the stigmatising discourse of Nicolas Sarkozy.

During the 2012 presidential election the same phenomenon occurred as in 2008 in the USA, where Barack Obama was elected thanks to the support of ethnic minorities, while he only enjoyed minority support among "non-hispanic whites".
Source: Libération Via:
A man who ran a brothel from his kebab shop and trawled city streets to persuade troubled young teenagers to have sex with him and other takeaway workers was found guilty yesterday of numerous offences against five girls.

Azad Miah, 44, from Carlisle, Cumbria, chose his targets carefully. They were children aged from 12 to 16, several of them from desperate backgrounds, and all vulnerable to the lure of money, drugs and alcohol.

Some were used for sex and others were hounded and pestered in the hope of drawing them into his expanding child-sex network.

In a three-week trial at Carlisle Crown Court, Miah gave the jury a glimpse of the contempt he felt for the “white trash” teenagers who gave evidence against him. His own children, he said, would not be “out after 11pm in the town centre; they would not be in the city centre, drinking”.

The respected married man and father of four was also a self-appointed spokesman for the local Muslim community and a businessman who gave generously to charity. He ran four successful restaurants and takeaway food outlets across Cumbria.

Born in Bangladesh, Miah came to Britain aged 14. For the next ten years he lived in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, where nine taxi drivers and takeaway workers were jailed last week after an unconnected trial involving a sex-grooming ring that stretched across northern England.

Cumbria Police are now seeking to establish whether Miah had any links to the convicted Rochdale men, eight of whom were of Pakistani heritage.

One of Miah’s victims was using heroin at the age of 14. She wept as she described sleeping with him and other men “hundreds of times”, including at his Spice of India kebab shop in Carlisle. She used the money that he paid her to buy hard drugs and sweets.

Three of the girls told the jury that on separate occasions they complained about Miah to the police, yet no action was taken.

One 12-year-old was hounded by up to 50 text messages a day offering her money for sex. When she was interviewed last year by detectives investigating the child-sex offences, the girl — by then aged 15 — was asked if she knew why she was being questioned.

“Because of something that happened three years ago and now you’ve finally decided to do something about it,” she replied. The girl, who said Miah told her that in his country it did not matter how old girls were, said that she made three complaints about him to the police within a matter of weeks.

“We complained loads of times, but they never did anything. We showed them all the texts on my phone as well. I was only 12 at the time. The police never did anything about it so I just stopped complaining in the end.”

Another girl, aged 16, began to receive similar texts from Miah when he asked for her phone number after she and two friends went to the takeaway to inquire about a job. Eventually Miah took her phone and refused to return it. She stopped a police community support officer on the street, who retrieved the phone.

The girl told the court: “I did show her a text on my phone, the one asking us to sleep with him for money.”

In evidence, the officer denied reading any such message. The police declined to comment yesterday on whether they missed opportunities to stop Miah’s campaign of abuse.

Tim Evans, prosecuting, said that the self-confessed sex addict embarked upon the “cold, clinical, calculated exploitation of the desperate and the vulnerable”. The younger the girl, the more money he was willing to pay, he said.

The businessman, whose offences took place between 2005 and 2011, even attempted to persuade the mother of a 12-year-old to sell her daughter to him for cash, saying in a text message: “You give me what I want, I give you plenty money.”

Miah, who was convicted of keeping a brothel, four counts of paying for the sexual services of a child and five of inciting child prostitution, will be sentenced today.
Source: The Times (£)
Monday, 14 May 2012
In the regional North-Rhine Westphalia elections yesterday, Germans again voted overwhelmingly for left-wing parties with the SPD (Socialists) up almost 5% to finish as the largest party on 39.1%. The Socialists and Greens are now likely to form a coalition. The anti-Islam PRO NRW achieved only 1.5% of the vote, approximately the same as in the previous elections, meaning they get no seats in the regional parliament. This was despite the massive publicity surrounding the Mohammed cartoons and anti-Islam graphics which provoked Muslim rioting and attacks on the police that made national headlines. The demonstrations at which the violence occurred were part of PRO NRW's electoral campaign.

Voters were clearly disenchanted with the establishment parties but their discontent was channelled into the votes for the ridiculous Pirate Party, which achieved 7% of the vote. The Communist Linke party also did badly, losing 3.1% of its vote to end on 2.5%. But with so many other quasi-communists to choose from, who needs the real thing?

North-Rhine Westphalia is one of the most heavily Muslim-colonised parts of Germany. There is large-scale Turkish settlement there, along with the usual infiltration of the Socialist and Green parties. The media is obviously hostile to any anti-Islam party but the cartoon riots forced them to at least give PRO NRW some coverage. If an anti-Islamic party was going to break through into the mainstream, this is one of the places where you would think it most likely to happen. But it didn't.

It's bad news, then, but PRO NRW did at least cross the 1% threshold, which secures it some state financing.

Source: Der Spiegel
Sunday, 13 May 2012

Everything in this report is consistent with the view that Turkey is deliberately facilitating this illegal immigrant invasion to further the islamisation of Europe. The Turkish government has signed visa-free travel treaties with virtually every Islam-dominated country.

Then they use their inaction over these illegal immigrants as an extortion tool to get the EU to grant visa-free travel to Turks! And Europe's leaders are so weak they give in to this!

There is a clear solution to this problem. Whenever the system picks up an illegal immigrant who has made his way into Europe from Turkey, an invoice should be created for the costs of housing and processing him. Interest should be added and the invoice should be continually updated as new costs arise. Until Turkey takes the immigrant back, the costs continue mounting. If the Turkish government refuses to pay, the EU should impose import duties on all imports from Turkey and recover the money in that way. Within a few years of introducing a system like this, I estimate that the problem of illegal immigration from Turkey (80% of all illegal immigration into the EU) would largely have been solved. The problem only exists because the Turkish government tacitly condones it. But Europe's leaders are paralysed by their own psychological weakness.
Saturday, 12 May 2012
Filip Dewinter, the leader of Vlaams Belang in Antwerp, has been a member of parliament since 13 December 1987. He is currently the head of the group in the Flemish parliament and a senator. Filip Dewinter is also the European president of the association “Cities Against Islamisation”. The Vérités Bruxelloises [True Brusselites] wanted to know more.

Vérités Bruxelloises: You once said you were an a islamophobe and you would declare yourself as such. Do you still maintain that?

Filip Dewinter: You’re quoting my book Inch’ Allah, the Islamisation of Europe where I write that Islamophobia is the duty of every person. Yes, indeed. Islam makes me afraid. Islam is a religion of conquest and totalitarianism and wants to dominate the entire world. It is naive to take Islam as a religion like the others. Islam is, first of all, a dangerous political ideology. In my view, therefore, Islam is genuinely to be feared.

V.B.: You founded and you are the president of the association “Cities against Islamisation”. Where are you with that? What initiatives have you taken? Have you had successes?

FDW: “Cities Against Islamisation” (CAI) is a partnership organisation of political parties, associations and individuals with the goal of taking specific action against the Islamisation of Europe. In recent years, CAI has carried out actions opposing the construction of new mega-mosques in Cologne, Milan, Paris, Antwerp and Berlin. It is imperative to work together at the European level if we want to push back Islam. Islam is spreading across all of Europe. We need to organise the resistance. CAI wants to coordinate things. I’ll give you an example: a few weeks ago, we were able to prevent a Hizb ut-Tahrir in Hasselt, thanks to information we provided to the Austrian branch of CAI. If Islam is organised globally, we need to at least give a European structure to the anti-jihad movement.

V.B.: The Islamophobes are accused of racism. I know Islam isn’t a race but for some people, is there not a base of racism beneath the islamophobia?

FDW: Criticising Islam is no different from criticising an ideology or political doctrine. If you can criticise liberalism, communism or nationalism, it must always be possible to criticise Islam. I repeat: before anything Islam is a political ideology, rather than a religion. But even if Islam was only a religion it should still be allowed to criticise it. People who criticise Islam are called racist in an attempt to shut them up.

V.B.: In your view is Islam compatible with democracy and our western values (and also universal ones)?

FDW: No, Islam and democracy are not compatible. Islam is the antithesis of democratic. Why? From the simple fact that Islam is a theocracy. All truth comes from Allah. The Muslim must submit the democratic laws of a country to the will of Allah - inch’ Allah-, as described by Mohammed in the Koran. Islam is not compatible with our western values either. Religious freedom, the separation of the church and state, freedom of expression, equality of expression, equality of the sexes… are values Islam doesn’t believe in. Islam therefore constitutes a grave menace to our standards and values, our way of life.

V.B.: Do you think that Islam can evolve? Indeed, we often hear talk of an “Enlightened Islam”. Do you think that’s serious?

FDW: This “Enlightened Islam” is an invention of progressive and leftist Europeans who embrace Islam through their multiculturalism. Anyone who believes in an “Enlightened Islam” is naive and hasn’t understood Islam at all. An Islam called enlightened would no longer have anything to do with Islam itself. Others hope that by means of subsidies, official recognition, setting up schools for imams and all sorts of concessions to Islam a kind of “Euro Islam” will be created. Let’s not delude ourselves. The only result of a policy of pampering Islam will be the creation of a true pillar of Islam which will not be a “Euro-Islam” but an Islamic and islamised Europe.

V.B.: Is not the principal force of Islam in Europe the ignorance of the citizens? They place Islam at the same level as other religions because they do not know the exact nature of the Islamic religion, but also the political project of world domination. To fight against Islamisation, do we not need to inform citizens about the reality of Islam? An American author said that we needed to “get out of our small cultural boxes”. How can we succeed in doing that and succeed in “enlightening” our European compatriots about the reality of Islam?

FDW: Quite simply, in our struggle against Islamisation, a raising of consciousness and a spread of awareness are essential. We need to expose the true nature of Islam. You would think that everyone has forgotten that, already twice before, Islam tried to seize hold of Europe. Thanks to the major military victories of Poitiers (732) and Vienna (1683), each time we succeeded in repulsing Islam, driving it back to its place, which is to say on the other side of the Mediterranean. Islam wants to make itself master of Europe again, no longer by military means, but by immigration invasion. CAI wants to spread information about the true face of Islam via publications, conferences and the internet For example there is a free brochure “Survival guide in an Islamic society” where in ten lessons I explain the consequences that a European living in an Islamised district might have to endure.

V.B.: What specific measures do you advocate to fight against the Islamisation of Europe? Do you think that an evolution, particularly of European governments, towards a less “favourable” view of Islam is possible?
FDW: First of all, European governments must get rid of their naivety and recognise the true nature of Islam. We must dare to say that Islam has no place on European soil. In other words, recognising and subsidising Islam, constructing mosques and minarets and Koranic schools is stupid and even dangerous. Many politicians collaborate with Islam for electoral reasons. This collaboration with Islam is going to blow up in our faces one day. Islam is trying to set up its pillar. The mosques in our large cities are the bridgeheads, the advance guards of the Islamic army whose sole objective is to sweep down on us without mercy.

V.B.: Your colleague, the senator Anke Van dermeersch, on behalf of the CAI created the association “Women against Islamisation” [multilingual site]. What are its aims?

FDW: Women are the first victims of Islamisation, as proved by the daily reality in many Muslim countries. Islam discriminates against and humiliates women. The women is subordinate to the man and is largely deprived of rights within Islam. It’s simple: Allah doesn’t like women. In Islam, women are disposable, without rights. It’s precisely for that reason that we need to warn and mobilise women. They will be the first ones affected by Islamisation.
With “Women against Islamisation”, we are conducting a major campaign on the theme “Islam or freedom, dare to choose”. This campaign is on display in the “burka-bikini” image, which my daughter appears in. This emblematic image, as well as the book “Neither bitch, nor Slave” which Anke Van dermeersch has just published, should inspire debate about the rights of women in Islam.

V.B.: Mr Dewinter, we thank you for this interview and wish you lots of courage in your noble struggle.
Source: Cities Against Islamisation

White airline passengers are being discriminated against by border officials fearful of being accused of race discrimination when they question black travellers.

The discovery was made during an inspection at Gatwick, where the tactic was being used for flights arriving from the Caribbean. John Vine, chief inspector of the UK Border Agency, says in a report: “This involved detaining white passengers purely to avoid potential race discrimination complaints when there was an intention to question black passengers.”
Source: The Times (£)
Thursday, 10 May 2012

One of the stories I missed during my recent hiatus was that the French writer Renaud Camus had been dropped by his publishers after declaring his support for Marine Le Pen in Le Monde. Camus was himself a candidate for the French presidency (with his Party of In-nocence) but had to withdraw having failed to reach the 500 mayoral signatures required to stand. Here are some extracts from his Le Monde article.
The Party of In-nocence, that is to say non-nocence [non-harm], the absence of harm, is founded on the principles of civic responsibility, of civility, of civilisation, urbanity, respect for the word and non-aggression, whether with regard to persons, goods, nature or heritage. It is attached to French culture and civilisation, which it considers to be among the most precious that humanity has elaborated in its long effort to create a pact of communal existence arranging at the same time for freedom, dignity, spiritual elevation and the happiness of the greatest number.

It notes that mass immigration and the ensuing change of people, which is apparent for all to see, France is confronted with the most profound shock, the most radical in its consequences that is has experienced in fifteen or sixteen centuries.

It notes that this extraordinary transformation is not on the agenda of political debate, even though the economic crisis or debt are secondary issues by comparison. Christopher Caldwell (author of Une révolution sous nos yeux - Comment l'islam va transformer la France et l'Europe [A Revolution Beneath our Eyes - How Islam is going to Transform France and Europe - published as "Reflections on the Revolution in Europe" in English], Toucan editions, 2011) asks if Europe can be the same with another population: it is clear that the answer is no. The Socialist Party publishes a manifesto book called "Pour changer de civilisation" (Odile Jacob, 2011). We are those who, on the contrary, refuse to change civilisation.

...It's about blocking the change of people, of firmly refusing the continuation of immigration and, if possible, of sketching out its reversal for those of the immigrants whose attitudes would imply, for our country, a change of civilisation.
Source: Le Monde, also available here

He also explains that, although Jean-Marie Le Pen had been most clear-sighted about what immigration was doing to France, he felt it impossible to vote for him because of his remark that the Nazi gas chambers were "a detail of history". His replacement as leader of the Front National by Marine Le Pen removed that inhibition.

Almost immediately after his Le Pen endorsement was published in Le Monde, it was announced that he was being dropped by his publisher "officially for economic reasons". This was met with glee by the left-wing press. Les Inrocks declared that:
freedom of expression doesn't apply only to authors but to editors too: a publisher has the right express itself against one of its authors, to say it no longer wants to publish a fascist.
Henrik Ræder Clausen from reports from the latest Pro NRW event on May 8th 2012 -
"The German Democratic Reality".

Here are some of his photos:

The Pro NRW event in Düren - protected into invisibility


 The dangerous cartoons were under heavy police protection


 Left wing demonstrators under the flag of Turkey
Wednesday, 9 May 2012
Tuesday, 8 May 2012

A few times I’ve mentioned something I call the Great Realignment, but I thought I’d discuss it again in light of the French election results. The Great Realignment is a process I believe is underway across all of western Europe. European politics is realigning along the axis of receptivity or resistance to the triple threat of Islam/Immigration/EU.

In almost all countries in the western half of the continent, the mainstream conservative party has alienated part of its electorate by embracing the multicult, political correctness, immigration, the EU and Islam. This disaffected part of the electorate is looking for, and in most cases finding, someone else to vote for. A new right-wing party, or a newly revitalised old one, emerges to challenge the right-wing establishment party and capture some of its votes.

The tendency can be seen almost everywhere. Germany is the one major exception. Probably because of the special intimidating power of the Hitler meme there, no harder right party has yet managed to win over a significant part of the electorate.

In each country the new party’s emphasis within the spectrum of issues (Islam, immigration, EU) differs according to the strength of local sentiment. But all of these upstart parties embrace the same issues to some degree. For example, in the Netherlands, Geert Wilders’ PVV places the emphasis on Islam. Immigration in general and the EU, while still topics of concern, are secondary issues. For UKIP in the UK, the emphasis is very clearly on the EU, with immigration and Islam relegated to subsidiary, but still live, concerns. In France, the Front National attacks immigration most strongly, Islam and the EU, too, but a little more indirectly.

The mainstream conservative parties have convinced themselves that they need to cuddle up to the Muslims and play nice with the multicult. This is the new reality of Europe, they tell themselves, and they need to adapt themselves to it. I beg to differ. The Muslim presence can only result in ever more anger among genuine Europeans, anger that will seek electoral expression. If the establishment right party cannot satisfy that demand, someone else will, barring extraordinary institutional constraints.

The most likely scenario in my view is that the upstart right-wing parties, inevitably characterised as “far right”, eventually take over from the current right-wing parties of the establishment, becoming the new dominant party of the right, or the two merge together with the new party stiffening the backbone of the old.

The main problem with this Great Realignment is that it could take a generation or more to complete. And with the vote on the right split, the Leftists and their Muslim allies will have a free run in the corridors of power.

This is exactly what just happened in France. There were 2 million spoilt ballots in the final round of the election, amounting to more than 5% of the vote. Analysis shows that they were cast disproportionately in areas where the Front National is strong. So these were FN voters sending a message: we don’t want either of the establishment parties; we’re not playing the game any more. As a result, Hollande will now be snuggling down in the Elysée palace, working on a bill to grant votes to foreigners.

Something similar happened in Sweden before. When the Sweden Democrats made a breakthrough into parliament, the mainstream right party chose to do a deal with the Greens instead, leading to even more multicult-friendly policies.

Until the realignment is complete, then, we are likely to see even more destructive xenomania than before. This, in turn, will produce even sharper indignation from the electorate. The question is whether the third-world demographic can outrun the growing outrage of indigenous Europeans. I don’t think it can. But still we are likely to suffer before the definitive backlash comes.

It will be interesting to see what happens to France now that the UMP is out of power. Even before the election, there were already a few voices in the UMP calling for some kind of arrangement with the Front National. Those voices will only be strengthened now. Indeed, the UMP, itself a coalition of formally separate factions, may well disintegrate, leading to some kind of new constellation on the right.

We can only hope that once the Great Realignment completes in one country, it will have some kind of cascade effect on the others, speeding up the process there. Otherwise the Muslims will be laughing all the way to the mosque and the benefits office.

From the same Figaro study I mentioned yesterday that revealed 93% Muslim support for Socialist candidate Hollande in the second round of the French president election, comes the revelation that 2% of Muslims voted for Marine Le Pen in the first round.


Monday, 7 May 2012
A study carried out by the polling organisation OpinionWay on the day of the second round of the election reveals massive Muslim support for the Socialist party. It testifies to a rejection of Sarkozyism but not all the values of the right, especially on social questions such as homosexuality.

The Muslims demanded change, and they got it. According to a study of the electorate carried out by OpinionWay and Fiducial on May 6 for Le Figaro based on 10,000 voters, 93% of the believers slipped a "François Hollande" ballot into their envelope. Only 7% of them voted for Nicholas Sarkozy.
Source: La Vie Via:

Given the closeness of the election and the number of Muslims in France (generally estimated at 3-6 million), we can now say definitively that the Muslim vote altered the outcome of this election.

Hollande, of course, has promised to introduce votes for foreigners. So we can expect the distorting effect of the Muslim presence to be even greater in future.

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