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Racist Crime Increasing in the EU

Posted by Exile on August 30, 2007

The EU is concerned with putting a stop to racism. I couldn’t agree more. I do disagree with their definition of what racism is, but that is another story. However, the EU bureaucrats have recently published an article that drew my attention:

Upward trend in racist crimes in at least 8 EU countries
Human rights – 29-08-2007 – 16:33

Racism continues to blight Europe.

“Racist violence and crime remain a serious social ill across Europe”, says the 2006 report on racism and xenophobia presented by the new Fundamental Rights Agency to the Civil Liberties Committee on Monday. The report analyses discrimination in employment, housing and education across the 27 Member States.”

You’re telling me! The amount of rapes and stabbings, robbery and unprovoked attacks on indigenous Europeans is staggering. Unfortunately, Europe doesn’t count these as racist crimes. The only crimes that are “racist” are carried out by white people.

“Most EU countries have implemented the 2000 Racial Equality Directive, but the number of complaints and sanctions imposed remains low, suggesting the need to raise awareness, the report said. There is a lack of data about racist violence, with only 11 of the 27 countries providing statistics. What data there is shows an increase in recorded racist crimes, with the UK, Germany, Denmark, France, Slovakia, France and Ireland reporting a rise and Austria, Sweden and the Czech Republic showing a decrease.”

The lack of data about racist crime is obvious. We do not register crimes as being racist if they are committed by immigrants. Or the children of immigrants. For example, every time a European woman is raped by a muslim, this is not prosecuted as a racist crime. It should be. The same should be done in the event of stabbings, robbery and violent assault. But even if one attempts to have the case prosecuted as such, one is automatically dubbed a racist and informed that the case will be tried, if a perpetrator is caught, as a simple crime. I have not experienced one case of rape in Denmark prosecuted as being racially motivated. Has anybody else? I doubt it, but you are welcome to inform me of such if you have. I won’t hold my breath.

And here’s a paragraph that explains the lunacy that is European law:

“Looking beyond crime, unemployment among immigrants and minorities remains significantly higher than for the majority population. Simply having an Arabic sounding name can hurt an applicant’s job prospects, according to research done in Sweden. Racial discrimination over housing is one of the main sources of complaints to anti-discrimination authorities in many Member States, especially advertisements for housing with “no foreigner” stipulations.

These problems are exacerbated for migrants without proper legal papers, who in some cases have become modern day slaves. The worst examples can be found among those in the domestic and farm sectors.”

Migrants “without proper legal papers”? Can’t we call them what they really are? Illegal immigrants. Were they here legally, then they would have the proper legal papers. And if they are here illegally, they are not entitled to housing or work. Merely a one-way ticket out of the country.

Link: EU article.

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The People are Revolting – So Are the Politicians

Posted by Exile on August 29, 2007

So what really happened yesterday in Brussels? The high court decided not to make a decision, either for or against the demonstration. Employing delaying tactics, not to simply frustrate the efforts of  SIOE and all those who hold their civil liberties dear, but to save their own skins. I believe the judges are probably under some form of instruction to delay and deny the demo but I have a sneaking suspicion that they are simply afraid. And they have good reason to be.

This is the first time a pan-European collection of citizens are demanding their right to demonstrate against the very politicians that the judges serve. These politicians, that have been very busy with their “United Europe”, never expected the citizens to unite. They expected our governing parliaments to unite, yes, but not the people. They are concerned with governing us, not consulting us. Therefore, it must come as a total shock to find out, that the people of many European countries can organise themselves to say “No”, on a collective front, to something which they are intent on achieving. This is tantamount to revolution. How dare the ordinary rank and file of Europe organise such an event, involving citizens from almost every country in Europe, and then come to the very heart of Europe and protest against islamisation and the people responsible for it? A demo in one state goes virtually unnoticed in Europe. But this is a demo against the very European organisation, and it will be right on their doorstep. I don’t think that has ever been done before.
The reaction of Freddy Thielemans and the cowardly non decision of the Belgian high court demonstrates their fear of public unrest. We have rattled them. I believe they are afraid of us. The continual accusations of racism, xenophobia and islamophobia also demonstrate this.

I can imagine the muttering inside the EP. “For heavens sake, don’t accept the people’s point of view. Demonise it! Call them names. Give them labels. Put a negative badge on them. Anything rather than be faced by popular disapproval which may expose our weakness.”

Could it be, that one or two of them have realised that they are there to serve us, not command us?
And think what ramifications that would cause if the word got out! So we must be silenced before this radical idea spreads. They can’t have the people taking the initiative or indeed telling them what to do, can they? Could it possibly be, that the people are revolting?

Thielemans reasons for not allowing the demo are clear, hollow and cowardly. He is afraid of upsetting the muslims. The judges in the high court are afraid of losing their jobs and afraid of upsetting the muslims. The EU politicians as a whole are afraid of upsetting the muslims. Cowards to a man. They are truly revolting.

I am not afraid of upsetting the muslims. I relish the idea. I am afraid of our own politicians selling us out to the muslims. Therefore, despite the delaying tactics, the refusal to allow us to demonstrate, the refusal to grant me my civil right to freedom of assembly and free speech and free expression, this makes me all the more determined to go there and demonstrate. I prefer to think of myself as a citizen of a free Europe. Not a second class dhimmi in an increasingly islamised super state. Unfortunately there are others who think otherwise. More unfortunately, it is they that have taken power in Europe.

No wonder they are afraid. And so they should be. They have forgotten that democratic government is meant to be by the people, of the people and for the people. Well, get ready. The people are about to speak. Be afraid.

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Belgian Waffle, Anybody?

Posted by Exile on August 29, 2007

siadrallylogomed.gifIt would appear that the Belgian authorities are on the run. The hearing today in Brussels of the case for allowing the demonstration was sabotaged by the judges who decided that the French language was the correct language to use for hearing the case and not Dutch and that therefore they could not give a ruling on the case. Which appears as total nonsense to me, as both languages are spoken and indeed are accepted as official national languages in Belgium. This is obviously merely time-wasting by the Belgian political elite and their political judges are doubtless under instructions to railroad the demonstration out of existence. More here from SIOE.

Freddy Thielemans was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, and during that interview he admitted that “if the counterprotesters were my only worry, I’d probably let the demonstration go ahead.”
What then, are his other worries?
Pressed on this he answered ” It is the possibility of violent racists infiltrating the protest, mingling among peaceful demonstrators and provoking and attacking foreigners.”
Oh. So he agrees we are peaceful demonstrators then. The infiltrators would easily have been dealt with by stewards and the police who were committed to working together. I don’t see his point.
Read the interview, or clips from it here, on the Center for Vigilant Freedom website.

The Brussels Journal brings a round up of the days events surrounding the hearings today. The article quotes both Dr. Udo Ulfkotte and our defense lawyer, Mr. Hugo Coveliers. The article ends with this statement:

“Obviously, it is the strategy of the Belgian authorities to drag the case [out] in order to make life harder for the organizers. It is not impossible that the Council of State will only rule on 10 September, leaving the organizers less than one day to make arrangements. It is even possible that, adding insult to injury, it will rule after 9/11 that the 9/11 demo is allowed to go ahead.

However, whether or not the demonstration will be permitted, Europeans who oppose the islamization of their continent will convene on Tuesday 11 September at 12 am (noon) at the Schuman Square (Rond-Point Schuman), in front of the Berlaymont building, the headquarters of the European Commission, to hold one minute of silence for the victims of 9/11/2001.”

So there we have it. Be at the Schuman Square (Rond-Point Schuman), in front of the Berlaymont building at noon on the 11th of September. We’ll see where it goes from there.

goldstarbullshit-transparency.gifFinally, I haven’t given out a Bullshit Award lately but here is the best opportunity I will ever have. To the Belgian High Court. The 2007 Best Ever Bullshit Award for their idiotic and despicable treatment of the whole affair. They should be well and truly ashamed of themselves, the land they represent and the political system they support.

Those of us that are intent on being in Brussels will be there anyway. They will not stop us and they will not hinder us in our protest. We will have the final word on the day. Whether they like it, or not.

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SIOE gets USA Attention

Posted by Exile on August 28, 2007

The press in Europe has been very quiet about the demonstration planned to take place on the 11th of September against the islamisation of Europe. As most readers here will know, this demo was blackballed by the mayor of Brussels, the socialist Freddy Thielemans. Many, if not nearly all, of those who were planning to go are still going. In fact, even as I write this, there is a meeting in progress in Brussels to overturn the mayor’s decision. More on that later.

The american press has finally picked up on the situation. The Wall Street Journal has brought an article dicussing the wisdom of Freddy’s decision to ban the demo. One has to be a subscriber to be able to read the entire article but the pre-amble is brought here.

The Right to Assembly

By Daniel Schwammenthal

Brussels

“I’m a free thinker,” says Freddy Thielemans. Really? Many critics now doubt it after the socialist mayor of Brussels banned a demonstration under the slogan of “Stop the Islamization of Europe” (SIOE).

The rally was scheduled for Sept. 11, and the organizers from Germany, Britain and Denmark had planned to bring about 20,000 people from all over Europe to protest not just Islamist terrorism but what they call the “creeping” introduction of Shariah law in their societies. The march would have ended in front of the European Parliament with a minute of silence for the victims of the 2001 [World Trade Center.]…

I don’t know if this will help or hinder what we are trying to do. But anything that can expose the erosion of our civil rights here in Europe cannot be good for the Euro-politicians. They constantly masquerade as the champions of freedom while denying us even the simplest of choices of self determination. Well done the WSJ. I hope they will follow the developments in Brussels on the 11th of next month.

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How Not to Use an RPG

Posted by Exile on August 26, 2007

Another terrorist “own goal”!

They’re real good at this!

And once again, he screams “Allah u-akbhar”, just before the explosion. Could it be, this Allah guy is getting pissed off with them too?

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I wish I’d Said That!

Posted by Exile on August 24, 2007

It isn’t often these days that one reads something truly inspiring. I don’t read as many books as I should any more. I read a lot on the internet though and occasionally someone touches my soul with a few well aimed words. I came across one such piece of scripture yesterday. I was reading through a set of comments on Gates of Vienna and found a comment by “Aeneas”. I know who he is, and I e-mailed him asking if I may quote him. He very graciously agreed and allows me to bring the whole thing here. He was commenting on the coming demonstration in Brussels, or the circumstances around it. Reading it, I was reminded of the great speech from William Shakespeare’s Henry V, Act IV, Scene III. Shakespeare was a man with the talent for words, and he put a rousing speech into the mouth of King Henry as he prepared to meet the French at Agincourt. This impassioned plea is equally stunning.

This then, from Aeneas; I wish I had written it. And my sincere thanks to him for allowing me to bring it here. I hope to see him in Brussels.

“Ours is the first great political movement of the twenty first century. Words will be written about our deeds and about the courage that we will show by defying dictatorship and assembling as planned on 11 September. Whatever fortune bestows upon us in future years, those of us who go will be able to proudly say that we answered the desperate call of freedom, we had the courage of our convictions and we stood firm and resolute, together in unity and common purpose.

Great causes are not fuelled by ease and certainty but by taking risks, making sacrifices and exhibiting single-minded determination to succeed. Standing up against tyranny and oppression has never been easy or safe, why should it be any different now? It is those with courage who make history, it is those that don’t who are shaped by events. It is our holy duty as Europeans to stand up for freedom and defend it when it is in peril. If we are intimidated and make excuses, inventing reasons why we should not go to Brussels in September then we deserve to be slaves. We would be abandoning our rights as Europeans and accepting inevitable servitude and debasement.

The Mayor has illustrated very clearly the direction in which we are heading here in Europe – the European elite’s hand has been tipped. Freedom itself is in peril, we must stand up to defend it or lose it forever. Those in power are terrified by our sort of grass roots, popular movement and will do everything they can to undermine it so that they can cling to their unearned power. They are not yet ready and we have unnerved them. The EU is still only pregnant with tyranny and there is still time to put the EU monster back in its box and stop this undemocratic juggernaut before it gathers the momentum to fully demolish our liberties.

Those of you who are intimidated by the rantings of the man in the Brussels mayor’s office and are thinking of staying in the relative safety of hearth and home consider the following. The powers of the European police state increase with staggering speed. This might indeed be our last chance to openly show our disgust to our rulers. If we do not make this demonstration an overwhelming success there will be consequences. There might be new laws that prevent free speech and free assembly. Our freedom of movement to assemble collectively as Europeans from different national traditions may be put in jeopardy. In fact protesting in public might be made illegal. Furthermore, there will be more time for those in power to brainwash the young and subvert the society that they are there to protect.

The eyes of the world are on us; what we do (or don’t do) in September will resonate across the new century. Defenders of liberty hear me – we must stand together and stand firm, the hopes and aspirations of future generations of Europeans are in our hands. I for one want to be able to say in years to come that I answered the call and was there when the voice of freedom was finally heard. Western civilisation needs you all.”

Or, as Shakespeare wrote at the end of that magnificent speech to which I referred earlier on ths post:

“….And gentlemen in England now a-bed
Shall think themselves accursed they were not here,
And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
That fought with us….”

I will not hold my manhood cheap. Think about that before you go, and remember it while you are there.

See you in Brussels.

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History Lesson.

Posted by Exile on August 24, 2007

Have you ever wondered what your great grand children may be reading in school in a hundred years time? Probably not. We are living in the present, but it will be someone’s past and it will be history for scholars to come. From time to time, I get pointed towards intriguing articles on the internet and I found this particular one to be rather interesting. It leads in with an historical account of a civil war encompassing most of Europe. It then goes on to address how we may change the course of this history, of which we are the making.

The Great Civil War in Europe.

The conflicts between islamists and other followers of traditional islam, which is the real islam, and non-muslims in various countries in Europe, grew during the first decades of the 21st century. The larger the muslim parts of the populations grew in various countries, the more radicalized (in this case: true to its doctrine) they became. No effective policies prevented that parallel muslim societies became strong in different parts of Europe, and forced the governments to make many concessions and give privileges to islamists. […]
After decades of protests and demonstrations, a number of violent acts against political adversaries including murders of political opponents, developed into frequent physical fights between islamists vs police and private militias, and later into firefights. The frequency of terrorist acts against the general non-muslim population increased. In some countries, this phase [..] of the islamisation process of Europe led to armed insurrections […] which grew organically from the demonstrations, conflicts, fights and terrorist acts. After a period, even heavy weapons were used, and the fights between islamists and the military and other forces soon developed into regular civil wars. […]

In the countries where this occurred, city after city were partly (or mostly) destroyed in the fighting. During the conflicts, it was discovered that the concentration of muslims to certain larger cities, and there often to parts of the cities, was a blessing. Few wars have been won by mainly occupying cities – by static forces – with few industries and no natural supply of food or other necessary resources. The fighting rapidly became very brutal, and a hundred Fallujahs appeared in Europe. The civil wars in various countries were extremely violent and cruel, and the destruction of the cities severe, when block after block had to be reconquered by the Europeans.

Frightening stuff. You can read more at Islam Watch.

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Brussels Demo – We’re all Criminals

Posted by Exile on August 22, 2007

Here is a copy of an e-mail I received this evening. I just had to share it with everyone:

Dear all,

have you seen that the mayor of Brussels names our more than 20.000 registered demonstrators now publicly criminals…?

see:

http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/2337

Please spread this unbelieveable news around the world. I, as the responsible organizer for the demonstration, tell you hereby that our lawyers just have informed me that the high court of Belgium will decide on our demonstration next week – and there is a pretty good chance that we get the right to demonstrate. I will be in Brussels at the high court for the decision and keep you informed. I have taken a flat in Belgium to stand that all. But as the mayor in his interviews has already said he will NOT accept another decision than his decision – and that means he will NOT allow the demonstration even if the high court cancells his decision. He called his decision the “final decision”. What kind of democracy do we live in, in Europe…??? Do we still have democracy? Do we have to call mayor Freddy Thiemelams now mufti Al Thielemans…?

regards,
Udo Ulfkotte

A quote from the Brussels Journal article, from Frddy Thiemans;

“The right to demonstrate exists only inasmuch as it does not cause a disturbance of the public peace and order. […] First and foremost the organizers have chosen the symbolic date of 9/11. The intention is obviously to confound the terrorist activities of Muslim extremists on the one hand and Islam as a religion and all Muslims on the other hand. […] Such incitement to discrimination and hatred, which we usually call racism and xenophobia, is forbidden by a considerable number of international treaties and is punished by our penal laws and by the European legislation. The European Court of Human Rights has repeatedly pronounced judgements condemning this type of acts.”

I’m pretty sure something went lost in the translation, I’m sure the translator meant to say “compound the terrorist activities..” and not “confound”. I don’t think our Freddy is interested in confounding the muslim population. Unfortunately.

“The European Court of Human Rights has repeatedly pronounced judgements condemning this type of acts.” Yes Freddy. But just saying it a thousand times doesn’t make it right.

It would appear that the Mayor of Brussels has stuck his head into a wasp nest. He is confusing Islam with Islamisation. Islam concerns itself with muslims. Islamisation is a process being forced upon us by our politicians. There is a diiference.
We must hope that the high court allows us to go ahead as planned, because we are pretty much determined to do so anyway. They can’t lock us all up, and they can’t stop us all going. Much easier for them to get with the programme! Oh, and by the way, there is no RACE of Islam. Islam is a religious superstition shard by many races. But hey, what do I know? I’m just a concerned european “racist xenophobe”. And, like many others, damn proud of it too. So stuff you, I refuse to wear your racist badge. If that makes us all criminals, then the law should be changed. Otherwise, we have no freedom of expression.
That, Freddy, is criminal. And that’s what I’m going to Brussels to say. To you and all the other gutless politicians who are islamising Europe. I’ve had enough!

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How Not to use a Mortar

Posted by Exile on August 21, 2007

Here’s a little video clip sent to me by a friend. I had to hunt down the link, but finally managed to find it. It shows one of Allah’s chosen warriors getting the shock of his, now ended, life.

Short but sweet, worth a visit. Flash Player: See it here.

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Nice Try but No Cigar

Posted by Exile on August 19, 2007

I get a fair amount of e-mail one way or another, concerning my blog and other related subjects. A result of this is, that I get sent off to various blogs with the usual plea – “you have to see this”. Some, because they are really amusing, some because they are informative. On my rounds this morning I visited a British blog, “The Lighthouse”. (At least, I presume it’s British). There is a round up of headlines to be found on that blog and I followed a few of the links. All good stuff pointing to the Brussels demo. However, there was one link which was a bit different. It directed me to a “pledge centre” – basically a public appeal site where one can sign up to a specific action in support of someone trying to get something done, or organised, for the public good.

The link (here) brought me to a pledge that states, that this one man will contact the metropolitan police and seek permission to demonstrate against the islamisation of Britain if 100,000 others will sign up for the demo. The pledge states that the rules for the demo will be as laid out in the demo rules from the SIOE website concerning the Brussels demo. The deadline is for the 1st September. So far only 13 people have signed up. This pledge is going to fail.

Which is a bit of a shame. The idea is Ok, but I don’t think the approach is right. It is dependant on people going to the pledge site, which is one of millions of sites to be found on the internet. It will not actively go and gather support. It does not advertise its presence. One has to talk these things into being, and one has to work at it. If I wanted to be bitterly cruel, I could use the pledge results to say that only 13 people in Britain are concerned about islamisation, which is not true, but anyone can see the negative advertising value of the results so far.

The process of getting the SIOE demo in Brussels in September to reality has taken nearly 8 months to complete. From idea to event, it has been a constant effort to get the word out and rally support. That support has grown with time and exposure.

I applaud this man’s eforts, but I would advise him to start again and build slowly. He needs to get a few of the bigger blogs to help him get the word out, and lead people to his pledge. His deadline is much too close to his start date and he is depending on at least 100,000 people agreeing with him and seeing the site, both simultaneously. This is not the way to go about it.
Let us see what the 11th of September brings in Brussels. If SIOE can gather success there, then we may see individual lands getting their share of attention. Brussels this year, London next? Or Paris? This is a long slow process. We have only just begun.

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