Saturday, 23 June 2012

This from Saint-Denis in Paris. An "Association of the Badly Housed" occupies a government office to demand better accommodation. They are promptly rewarded with the promise of a meeting with a government minister. Looking at their attire, I think we can make a good guess at their religious orientation.


Grace said...

Of all the things I've read and seen on this blog, this has to be the most infuriating. The very idea of demanding better accommodations is offensive enough, but to see how these people go about doing so is completely appalling. I can't imagine where one gets the nerve to go into a government office - of a country not their own, no less! - and behave in such an uncivilized and disrespectful manner.

The only thing more unsettling than this behavior is that it was rewarded. Europe is ripe for a coup.

Dinan said...

In the article Lampedusa a Year After. I posted a comment which possibly explains what's happening here.

A prominent British hatepreacher when questioned on his willingness to sponge off the British taxpayer and live on benefits whilst pouring scorn on the country and its people replied that it was his right as a muslim to live off the infidel jizya.

When you have an arrogant belief in your own superiority and the right to expect tribute and submission from dhimmi infidels, you are entitled to make these demands.

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

Muslims believe that all territory and all property once belonged to Allah and then fell away from that original "pure" state. So when they conquer new territory, they don't call it conquest. They call it "repossession". They take the same view of wealth. So when they take our money from us, they see themselves as simply repossessing it on behalf of Allah.

DP111 said...

This is what is happening to the West, and at frightening speed.

Qur’an 21:44 Do they not see Us advancing, gradually reducing the land (in their control), curtailing its borders on all sides? It is they who will be overcome.



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