Monday, 22 July 2013

Here a Turkish immigrant journalist calls for Sweden Democrats and their voters to be expelled from Sweden. "Out with them!" she says.

A Sweden Democrat politician responds by saying:
I was born in Sweden in 1944. Now you want to expel me from Sweden. You're not happy that I'm allowed to go on living in my native country.



Anonymous said...

"en svensk tiger" (a Swede keeps silent) is no longer relevant (it comes from WWII when Sweden sought to remain neutral); a Swede who now keeps silent at what is happening to his country, has sold his country out to invaders.

Maria José said...

Cheradenine, ¿has visto esta noticia de Melilla?

Melilla polemiza sobre si el rock es compatible con el ayuno del Ramadán

El partido musulmán critica que los conciertos que organiza la ciudad ofenden la espiritualidad

El presidente melillense, Juan José Imbroda (PP), replica que el "espacio público es de todos"

Nikephoros said...

From her pictures Gül Poyraz looks to belong to the Kemalist/fake secular demographic of Turks, since she does not wear a headscarf in any photo available. However that does not matter, as I pointed out in a recent blog post:
Turkey, the North Korea of the Mideast: Turkish nationalism/fake secularism: take only material civilization from the West

"The theme that a patriotic Turk should try to achieve a balance between the benefits of the West and the East by opting for adopting the science and technology of the former and the spirituality of the latter is repeated quite often in the schooling system designed by the educational establishment in Turkey. This difficult endeavour is almost like a mission for every patriotic Turk."

Probably this colonizing Turkish journalist in Sweden is politically:
1) a Turkish ultra-nationalist, meaning that in the terms of Turkish politics she is against the rights granted under international law applying to neighboring nations like Armenia, Greece, Bulgaria and Cyprus, and she will also never stand for the Kurds of Turkey obtaining the same rights that Turks demand for Turkish Cypriot colonists and traitors in Cyprus.
2) but a traitor in the Swedish context(unlike in the Turkish context where she probably loves the well known Turkish fascist phrase: "Turkey for the Turks"). Thus she wants Sweden to be for perkers/Turks!

Don't let Turks with their false secularism fool you, they are the worst of the worst. If an Arab leaves Islam he may likely find atheism or Christianity. Turkish Kemalists pretend to hate and denigrate Islam to get foolish infidels to support Turkey and Turks, but they hold the type of views this journalist espouses.

@Cheradenine Zakalwe:
Thanks for my adding my link to your blog! It motivated me to make another post after a long hiatus.

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

I think she is Kurdish so probably hostile to most other Turks.

Anonymous said...

It is rather strange. But in the Netherlands it is not much different. As you mention in your comment: Please don’t let the so called secular Turks fool you. The Turks in the Netherlands (and Moroccans too) are doing their best to infiltrate in nearly every political party. They have their representatives even in parties with distinguish Christian character as CDA (Christian Democrats). Everybody knows they are serving two agenda’s and they get their instructions strait from Ankara. That is the way, Turkey is trying to gain steadily going influence in European politics. However, the wish of the Turkish journalist to expel Native Swedes from their country, puts the ALARM SIGNAL on. After nearly half a century of multiculturalism and cultural relativism brainwash, it is time for all of us to wake up. Our ‘Sleeping Beauty’ zombie-like sleep, had lasted for too long.

Nikephoros said...

@Cheradenine Zakalwe:
Well lots of Turks are of "Kurdish origin" but few express any Kurdish aspiration, so it is not part of their active identity. Under the bastardization of Western values, nationalism and Islam known as Kemalism, everyone in Turkey is a Turk.

Now if she does have an active Turkish identity and does not express any pro-Kurdish sentiments, then probably the only thing that would need to be done to expose her double standards would be to follow her Turkish postings on twitter. But sadly many more Mahometans know infidel languages, live abroad in infidel lands and know how we operate than vice versa. And the few Westerners who know Turkish are likely tolerance romantic idiots, or just greedy types stationed abroad in Islamic hell-holes of the Gulf because they get paid much more...

Sadly thus there are few that can do the legwork needed to translate and expose hypocrite Turks, Arabs, Pakis, who make demands when they are an immigrant minority, yet still feel minorities in their abandoned homelands deserve to be extinct.

Well the Europeans wanted Turkey to have influence and the Turks, masters at bribery, infiltration and lying are taking full advantage. Western Europe looks at Turks as a way to counter Eastern Orthodox Christians who can be more geopolitical competition than cousin facking Turks. It all started with using Turkey as a buffer state against the Russia Empire-USSR-Russian Federation.

But you are right, Turks are a very etatist group, almost all their so called immigrant foundations, NGOs, cultural associations, etc. are controlled by the omnipresent Turkish state. Yet in Turkey, Turks and Turkish media whine that the West is infiltrating Turkey with NGOs...

Walter Sieruk said...

An important question: is the Quran the Word of God or is it a fabrication of a Man. Thus, is the Quran the truth or a fiction and a hoax? The jihadists use many verses from the Quran as the Main source of justification for their violence, mayhem and murders. There, the question is clearly given on pages 145 through 157 in THE ISLAMIC INVASION by Robert Morey in which he wrote a section on the Quran with its self-contradictions. Just two of the many he cited are the following “The Quran differs on whether a day is a thousand years or fifty thousand years in God’s sight’ and “Who was first to believe? Abraham or Moses [Sura 6:14 versus 7:143]? The above is inconsistent and illogical. Further, Morey wrote about “The fact that Judaism and Christianity broke up into different sects was used in the Quran to prove that they are not of God [Suras 30:20-32. 42:13, 14]. Yet Islam has broken up into many warring sects and therefore cannot be true if the Quran is right.” Moreover, Morey in his book shows many more contradictions and absurdities in the Quran, there are and how Muhammad incorporated extra Biblical and Jewish folklore along with pre-Islamic Arabian myth and parts of Zoroastrian and Hindu stories into the Quran. Furthermore, the Muslims claim that “the Quran is the direct, literal word of God unmodified in any way by the Prophet who uttered them at the bidding of God.” Nevertheless, in the book UNVEILING ISLAM by Ergun Mehmet and Eethi Caner has shown that the Quran was modified in the following account on pages 45. “Muhammad felt the need to improve on the words of Allah, since he changed Allah’s wisdom for his own on several occasions. A hadith tells of the nonchalant emendations of Muhammad:’ On a number of occasions he [a scribe] had, with the Prophet’s consent changed the closing words of verses. For example, when the prophet had said ‘God is mighty and wise ‘ Adbollah b. Abi Sarh suggested writing down ‘Knowing and wise’ and the Prophet answered that there was no objection. Having observed a succession of changes of this type, Adbollah renounced Islam on the grounds that revelations, if from God could not be changed at the prompting of a scribe such as himself. After his apostasy he went to Mecca and joined the Qorayshites.’ Other writers reveal that later Muhammad and his people did go war with the Qorayshites and he personally killed Abdollah. Obviously Abdollah knew too much and Muhammad wanted Abdollah’s knowledge to die with him.” In conclusion, the Quran is not only a fiction, it’s also a hoax.

Stephen Smith said...

I was just reading about the life of Muhammad from two very different websites. One was pro-Muhammad:

and the other was anti-Muhammad:

See if you can believe that they are talking about the same man. One thing is for sure: One of these two sites is lying through its teeth. I strongly suspect its the first one, since it provides NOTHING to back up what it says.



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