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Global Warming. A Swindle.

Posted by Exile on July 27, 2007

You Must See This.

I received an email today. A bit sceptical at first, because of some of the wording, I decided to follow the link given to me in the mail. What I experienced over the next hour blew me away.

You have to see this documentary before it gets banned and pulled off the internet. It explodes all the theories of man made global warming. I promise, you will not be disappointed. It also explains why the third world is being held back. This is outrageous. Invest an hour of your life in this.

It’s worth it.

First, the email:

Please, read the email I’m sending to every Conservative Radio Station I can think of, about a British Documentary titled, “The Great Global Warming Swindle,” that you can still see by clicking your mouse on the web link I have provided below, but as you can read from my copied letter below–I don’t know how much longer that web link will still be available, so please try to see the documentary now. Also, mention the documentary on your blog and also provide a permanent web link to the documentary on your blog so others can also view the documentary from your web page after your daily entry rolls of your blog entries, and contact every conservative radio station, organization, blog, newspaper, and politician you can think of, so this Global Warming Fear Mongering can be put to rest once and for all.

Well, I decided to follow his advice. Here is the link:

Global warming

The audio is in English, there are French subtitles. Spread the word people.

Big hat tip: Don Hagen, Huntington Beach, CA.

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Three Little Pigs.

Posted by Exile on July 24, 2007

Get a good look at these three here. They are, from left to right, Asmaa Abdol-Hamid, Frank Aaen, and finally, Abdul Wahid Pedersen.

Asmaa Abdol-Hamid is a candidate for the Danish parliament, running on the communist, left-wing extremist “Enhedslisten” ticket. She believes it is right and proper and “legitimate” that insurgents in Iraq attack and kill Danish soldiers. She defends it. Defends terrorists. She refers to the Danish forces as an occupying army and compares the insurgents to the Danish Resistance during WWII. Big mistake!

Frank Aaen is the party leader for “Enhedslisten” and a member of the Danish parliament. He defends her. And also thinks it is right and legitimate that Danish troops are the target for insurgent attacks. He supports the enemy.

Abdul Wahid Pedersen, a failed christian, failed buddhist and now, calling himself an Imam, is a muslim convert and he too thinks all this is right and proper.

I hope then, that they would see the logic and defend it, if we began to arm ourselves and attack the immigrant terrorist-infested muslim population that is invading Europe, along with their treasonous supporters.
Which would put these three directly in the firing line.

Sauce for the goose, sauce for the gander.

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Headline from "Timesonline"

Posted by Exile on July 22, 2007

Beijing’s ‘war on terror’ hides brutal crackdown on Muslims.

Fine… fine.

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To Whom am I Speaking?

Posted by Exile on July 19, 2007

It doesn’t come as a surprise to read today, that the police intelligence agency in Denmark (PET, Politiets Efterretningstjeneste) is in contact with the Imams in this country. This contact is indeed to be expanded according to the newspaper, Jyllands Posten. The idea is, that contact with these people is an attempt by PET to prevent, or reduce, the threat of islamic terrorism. According to the article, PET thinks it is important to have contact and dialogue with groups that have “controversial views”.


I wonder. Wouldn’t it be better to simply round them up and tell them point blank that we won’t stand for any terrorist activity coming from their organisations, faith or countrymen. In fact, why shouldn’t we simply disband these islamic “front” organisations, by law, and make them illegal? The trail of evidence leading back to many terrorist organisations is there. The trail of money that gets sent to various terrorist organisations is there. How much does it take?

How long must we accept that these organisations survive as they do, with their imams calling themselves community leaders? Why do people living in this country have to have seperate communities? Surely, if one is a citizen in this country, one does not need to have a “community” of one’s own?

Well, we westerners do have communities. We have organised ourselves after our political ideals and have political parties. Our communities are based on politics. We have political fanatics too. Even political extremists. In the name of democracy, we tolerate these political differences.
The muslims however, are organised by their religion. Therefore they have no need of political parties. There is only Islam. One total system. Hardly tolerant.

But that is perhaps the difference between us and the muslims. PET doesn’t need to have dialogue with political parties. Why? Because even the most radical politician in this land doesn’t have a bunch of murdering thugs at their disposal, ready to bomb airports or train stations, or blow themselves up in markets and streets.

So it does come as a bit of a surprise to realise, that the politicians that rule our country, give political creedence to these people by engaging in “dialogue” with them, albeit through the PET, whilst being fully aware of the fact that it is these very people that can “reduce or prevent terrorism”, or by the logic of reason, that they can also therefore, increase and carry out terrorist acts. After all, if one has influence in one direction, then surely one has influence in the other.

Think about that.

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Life without Bill Gates.

Posted by Exile on July 17, 2007

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It Ain’t Over Yet.

Posted by Exile on July 13, 2007

There are two noteworthy things in the news in Denmark today, both related to the famous Motoons, the longest running comedy farce in Denmark!

Pia Kjærsgåård, leader of the Danish Peoples Party has ben cleared in a libel suit brought by the Islamiske Trossamfund against her, for calling the imams and their associates traitors after their visit to the middle east last year. Their actions against the Danish newspaper and indeed, the Danish government filled the press for weeks here.
Islamiske Trossamfund was claiming DKK 30, 000 in compensation.
The court in Lyngby, under the auspices of Judge Karen Greve, found that Pia K. was not guilty of any injury and has ordered the Islamiske Trossamfund to pay the costs of the action, which will be DKK 40.000.
According to the judge the word “traitor” is used frequently in the public debate and, therefore, no harm done.

Strike one for sanity.
I wonder. If the court says that calling them traitors is not punishable, does that mean that the court accepts that they are traitors? If so, why not charge these imams for treason?
Just a thought.

One might think that would be the final word in the Motoons affair, but no.

The press spokesman for the Islamiske Trossamfund, Kasem Ahmad, says IT is demanding, yet again, an apology from the newspaper Jyllands Posten. He feels the Motoon caper is a story without end and is not going to leave it so. In fact, he is threatening Jyllands Posten med a Fatwa.

I’ll bet thats got ’em worried over at JP central!

Kasem Ahmad says that until now noone has been deemed responsible for insulting the prophet Muhammed and therefore the Islamiske Trossamfund has no alternative other than to issue a fatwa against the paper unless they get either an apology form JP or the court’s ruling that the paper insulted islam.
The IT is preparing a civil suit against the newspaper challenging the findings of the town courts that absolved the paper last year. Failing a conviction here, they will seek a fatwa against the paper.
So, back to the middle east again, and consult the learned muftis. If they are to have a fatwa, it must come from outside the land. Which is simple proof that the islamic cause in europe is being run by factions in foreign lands. How treasonous is that?
There is also the veiled threat of more spontaneous islamic rage brought about and doubtlessly arranged by the necessity of a visit to the greater ummah. “No muslim has forgotten that our prophet was insulted”, he says, and threatens to mobilise the middle eastern press to remind them.

Carsten Juste, cheif editor of JP is being pragmatic about the whole thing. “It doesn’t come as any surprise to me that Kasem Ahmad is adopting this aggressive tone again seeing that he has insisted that this affair must be ‘judged in the light of eternity’.”

Traitors will always be traitors. This ain’t over yet folks.

In the words of the grand old muslim opry, “It ain’t over ’til the fatwa lady sings!”

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OECD at it Again.

Posted by Exile on July 13, 2007

The OECD (Organisation for the Economic Collapse of Denmark) has fired a new broadside at Denmark, complaining that we aren’t doing enough to integrate our cherished immigrant population. The european immigrants seem to be doing OK, but that is by the by for the OECD. This from the Copenhagen Post:

Denmark fourth worst at integration

The OECD has rated Denmark as one of the least successful Western countries at integrating its immigrants into the job market.

Denmark is lagging far behind other Western countries when it comes to integrating its immigrant population into the job market, according to a report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development released late last month. The OECD’s annual report, International Migration Outlook 2007, compared the unemployment rates of countries’ immigrants with that of their native citizens. Immigrant representation in the Danish job market was found to be far under that of native Danes, and the country’s immigrant women are the worst integrated in the Western world.
The employment rate for immigrant women was 20 percent lower than that of Danish-born women. Non-native men were 11.4 percent underrepresented.

Oh dear. How sad. Never mind. Tina Honoré Kongsø of the Confederation of Danish Industries had this to say about the situation:

‘Employment levels for immigrants has actually risen over the past 10 years. But those that have come recently – especially those from eastern Europe – have come for jobs, so they have no integration problems whatsoever.’

She added that the problem existed amongst the large number of immigrants that have come to Denmark for humanitarian reasons or through family reunification.

And just who, I wonder, might that be?
Unfortunately, it is too easy to be unemployed here. And far too easy to import an extended family and than claim untold amounts of money to support them. Failing that, a good brood of children will guarantee a healthy state-sponsored income. Why work when the world owes you a living?

But Torben Tranæs, head of research for the Rockwool Foundation, has another good reason for this disparity in numbers:

‘We did a similar study comparing the same five immigrant groups in Germany and Denmark -Turks, Lebanese, Iranians, Poles and those from the former Yugoslavia,’ he told Berlingske Tidende newspaper. ‘Those that came to Denmark had less education and had less work experience.’

Denmark is attempting to limit the amount of immigration it has been subjected to. I believe the way forward is to stop giving out citizenship and start giving work permits instead. No job, go back. Allow three months temporary residence to find a job with no social benefits during that period.
Hey, that’s what I had to do when I moved here. And if I can do it, so can everyone else who really wishes to.

Sweden and Norway actually does a worse job of integration. The Netherlands is a clear winner. But their social handouts are better than ours, so no suprises there.

Luxembourg and Spain were the most successful when it came to immigrant employment, according to the report, The two countries have a near equal employment rates for native and immigrant men. The rate for immigrant women was higher than that for native women.

Five other Western countries had a higher employment rate for their immigrants than their native population. Italy scored the highest overall, but also – along with Ireland and Slovakia – had the greatest employment disparity among its immigrant men and women.

Speaking from experience as an immigrant in Denmark, I think the OECD is talking through its armpit.

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Be All That You Can Be.

Posted by Exile on July 8, 2007

The Times gives me food for thought again today. Two articles, both concerning themselves with islam and the problems that follow in its awful wake. However, these two articles are about as alike as chalk and cheese. Both of them address the problem with the madrasahs and mosques and the “education” that takes place in them, but from two totally different places. A common problem, but with a vast distance between the venues.
The first, an article from Dean Nelson, is written in Islamabad, Pakistan. It describes the atmosphere of death and martyrdom around the red mosque and the plight of a father trying to rescue his two daughters. The youngest is merely ten years old. Both children declare they want martyrdom and not freedom.

At the barricades, her father, Luftullah Khan, a shopkeeper, frantically pestered soldiers to let him rescue both his daughters. But when he got through to them on their mobile telephone, they said they preferred martyrdom to freedom.
“I spoke to my daughter. She said there was no food or water left. I tried to arrange a meeting, but she said, ‘We’re here; my dead body will be here. I will not leave my teachers’,” Khan said.
His bewilderment at her sudden transformation reflects that of a nation that can barely believe the events unfolding in the shadow of General Pervez Musharraf’s presidential palace.

Bewildered? How can he be bewildered? He sent his daughters to the mosque. He knew exactly what he wanted for them. An islamic “education”. The frightening thing is, they have only been at this “school” for a matter of weeks.

Holed up inside the complex behind the lines of troops and razor wire, the children – many of them girls whose families had sent them to the mosque to receive a strict Islamic education – repeatedly rejected relatives’ entreaties to leave before a threatened army onslaught. There was evidence that many had been brainwashed into a cult of martyrdom, and the authorities feared last night that some were being prepared to be suicide bombers. In barely eight weeks, Saima had been transformed from a religious but fun-loving girl to a jihadi, grimly craving martyrdom.

Who said, “Death Cult”? This makes Waco look like a garden party. A weekend picnic. The events around the red mosque will end in more violence and maybe many more dead. I can’t help feeling some ambivolence. If these children have been brainwashed to the extent that they want martyrdom, then let’s be rid of them now, before they grow up and come here. At the same time, I feel outraged at the people responsible for the destruction of these children and I pity them their lost childhood. And make no mistake, these children are already destroyed. By the imams or mullahs or whatever the islamic teacher is called in Islamabad. If this is the height of achievement for islamic education, the production of child kamikaze warriors, then I can see no reason to allow it anywhere on this planet.

Which brings me to article two. Written by Minnette Marrin, it describes the atmosphere in the UK. It deals with the broken trust generated by the lastest islamic terrorist act against the citizens of the UK and the roots of this idiocy. She writes the following concerning islamic centres of teaching and enlightenment:

As for the usual comment that most Muslims are not terrorists, that is true. But the fact is that most terrorists are Muslims. They come from Muslim environments, they attend madrasahs, mosques and Muslim clubs and societies and spend long periods in Muslim countries. And nonMuslims have been waking up to the thought that these Muslim groups could and should do more about the terrorists in their midst.
Take mosques for example. A couple of British mosques have been notorious for years as breeders of terrorism. So for years anyone interested in this question has expressed concerns about imams – who they are and what they teach. There was a move to limit the immigration of foreign imams, which the Blair government bottled out of. And now it emerges, from a BBC report last week, that only 8% of the imams preaching in British mosques were born in the UK and only 6% of them speak English as a first language – fewer, tellingly, than the percentage born here. According to the author of the study, these individuals are deeply conservative and are overwhelmingly qualified in the traditional Islamic curriculum, which he said had changed little since medieval times.
It would be hard to imagine a better way of preventing British Muslims integrating into the wider, modern society or of driving them into the embrace of more worldlywise extremists.

In effect, the same islamic teachers that are poisoning the minds of children in Pakistan are doing the same in the UK. They are doing it with the knowledge, if not the consent, of the British authorities who know where the trouble spots are and who is preaching for martyrdom and the destruction of the decadent infidel west. The overwhelming number of foreign imams in the UK is alarming. I would ask MI5 to consider bugging the mosques and rounding a few of these people up. But that would probably not gain favour or result, given the appeasement that is afforded the muslim community in the UK.

We send our children to school and wish for them to be all that they can be. Imagine how you would feel, if your 10 year old child came home from school and said “When I grow up, I want to be a martyr. My teacher says it is the highest that anyone can achieve”.
For some, that is truly applaudable and approved of. I would find it disgusting. Indeed, I do find it disgusting. And deplorable. Indefensible.
Is it not time, that we looked very hard at these islamic schools and mosques that we harbour in our midst? Is it not time for us to seriously question the motives of these places of learning? I have no problem with people wishing to follow a certain direction of faith. I do have a problem with islamic community leaders preaching death to everyone that is not in the club to which they belong and an even bigger problem with the students who go gladly to carry out the word.
A religion such as this is not merely opium for the people. It is poison for the whole of our society. I believe we should place the addicts under strict supervision and begin a detoxification of the west as a whole.

The addict will still be an addict, but we could cut off his supply.

Links: Dean Nelson. Minnette Marrin.

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No. You are a Muslim! Like it or not.

Posted by Exile on July 7, 2007

Here’s a little eye opener that I found on the BBC website. Another indication of the all embracing tolerance of the religion of peace.

A Malaysian woman held for months in an Islamic rehabilitation centre says she was subjected to mental torture for insisting her religion is Hinduism. Miss Massosai was seized by the Islamic authorities in January when she went to court to ask that she be registered as a Hindu rather than a Muslim.

Miss Massosai was born to Muslim converts and given a Muslim name, but she was raised as a Hindu by her grandmother and has always practised that faith. However, under Malaysia’s Islamic law, having Muslim parents makes one a Muslim and, as such, one is not allowed to change one’s faith or marry a non-Muslim.
But Miss Massosai married a Hindu man in 2004 and the couple have a young daughter.

When in January she asked a court to officially designate her a Hindu she was detained and taken to an Islamic rehabilitation centre. Only the Islamic courts can allow a Muslim legally to change faith.

Her detention was twice extended to six months, during which time she says religious officials tried to make her pray as a Muslim and wear a headscarf.

A lawyer representing the Malacca state Islamic department responsible for Miss Revathi’s arrest, rejected her allegations and said officials believe that she can still be persuaded to embrace Islam. She is adamant that she will remain a Hindu. In the meantime, Miss Revathi and her daughter have been placed in the custody of her Muslim parents.

Which is a bit reminiscent of Russian gulags and political rehabilitation in China.
However, the detention centre didn’t get her to “get her mind right”, so now we have to use other means of coercion, or force, to correct her beliefs, or send her to the underworld.

Why should she be placed in the custody of her parents? Why not simply be allowed to go home to her husband? In fact, why was she ever removed from him?

So, how many bets are on, that within a few months she is either burned to death in a mysterious kitchen accident at her parents home or, somehow, simply disappears, leaving her child with its grandparents? No-one will know where she is. She will simply have “left”.

I get the feeling, that we have heard the last of this woman.

Link: BBC Article.

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This Madness Must be Stopped!

Posted by Exile on July 7, 2007

From the Copenhagen Post:

Biofuels burning Carlsberg

Published 06.07.07 16:00

The use of grain for biofuel production is pushing beer production prices up for Carlsberg Brewery

Farmers selling large amounts of their grain to biofuel producers is leading to increasing production prices for brewing giant Carlsberg, reported Berlingske Tidende Friday.

Subsidy programmes from the government and European Union to promote environmentally friendly fuels are making it more profitable for farmers to sell their crops to make biofuels rather than beer.


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