Another Damn(ing) Report from The EU.
Posted by Exile on April 5, 2007
Denmark has been pointed out, once again, as being racist toward its overwhelming hordes of unwanted, unloved, unwashed and misunderstood muslims. Yet again, we are intolerant, ignorant of their special needs and unwilling to accomodate them. We have adopted a harsh tone when discussing, no, condemning is a better word, our wonderful culturally enriching muslim population.
My only comment is; “Hallelujah”.
In that case, we are doing something right over here.
This new accusation comes from yet another European watchdog social democratic package of initials calling itself the OSCE. Another overpaid and idiotic edict-producing body of know alls that sit in Brussels. The OSCE is the “Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe”. You can add it to my list of hate-entities like the ECRI (European Committee against Racism and Intolerance) and CERD (Committee for the Eradication of Racial Discrimination).
The OSCE report states that Denmark is limiting the amount of social benefits available to muslims, allows no mosques, no burial grounds and that we rarely invoke the racism paragraphs of of our legal system.
All of the above statements from the OSCE are untrue. The government here is livid and, frankly, so am I.
So who wrote this anti-Danish society report? Let me tell you.
He is a Turkish muslim. A member of the (wait for it, more initials!) FRA (The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights) which used to be called the EUMC (European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia) before we all rumbled it and figured out what it was up to, so they changed the name.
He was the former Permanent Representative of Turkey to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and was appointed in December 2004 as Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office on Combating Intolerance and Discrimination against Muslims. He is now the OSCE Personal Representative on Combating Islamophobia. His title and name are Ambassador Ömür Orhun. He visited Denmark last year after the motoon affair hit the headlines and met with a variety of NGO’s, government ministers (Soc. Dem.’s) and other representatives of damaging organisations that infest Europe in general and Denmark in particular.
With a CV like his, you don’t need to be a genius to work out that this guy is clearly involved in furthering the breakdown of democracy in the EU. His report is inaccurate, outdated, fundamentally incorrect and at best, despicably false.
The official Danish reply has also reflected my above stated opinion and further points out, that integration is pretty damn difficult when generation after generation of muslims continue to return to their original lands to marry and then import the entire family of the spouse to this country to live on social benefits. A practise which should, in my opinion, be made illegal.
What really gets my blood boiling is the amount of (tax) money that gets wasted on these Euro-crap commissions that all apparently have the same aims, goals, playbook, bill of rights and/or whatever and which all exist to deliver the exact same message. That is, that we are a racist society that is being evil to our lovely, innocent and oh-so misunderstood muslims.
I think Ömür Orhun, the OSCE, the EUMC, FRA, ECRI, CERD, the UN and the EU, old uncle Tom Cobley and all, should take this report and shove it up their collective ARSES.
You can figure out for yourself what the last set of initials stand for.
Footnote: (For the “foreign” elements that visit here!)
The phrase “Old Uncle Tom Cobley and all” is used in British English as a humorous or whimsical way of saying “et al”, often to express exasperation at the large number of people in a list. The phrase comes from a Devon folk song “Widecombe Fair”. Its chorus ends with a long list of people: “For I want for to go to Widecombe Fair, With Bill Brewer, Jan Stewer, Peter Gurney, Peter Davy, Dan’l Whiddon, Harry Hawke, Old Uncle Tom Cobley and all.”