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Monday, February 26, 2007
There's a terrific debate going on at Sight and Sound about Europe's multiculturalism. And what goes for Europe goes for here.
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If you please Mr. Michael,
I would like to hear more from you on the issue.
Posted by: Marc | 2007-02-26 4:46:48 PM
Media whore Hirsi Ali, equates Catholic Christianity with Islam, Communism and Nazism:
Q:"Do you see any positive sides to Islam?
A:"That’s like asking if I see positive sides to Nazism, Communism, Catholicism."
"The real reason why Westerners embrace an immigrant like Ayaan critizising Islam, is that Westerners are lacking in balls. They fear Islam, but they fear being ostracised by the PC community for critizising their Holy Cow: the non-Western immigrant. So they run after any immigrant who will do the dirty jobs they themself do not want to do: taking on the PC-monolith."
And Ali's pronouncements on Judaism?
"In a Jerusalem Post interview, the future American Enterprise Institute think tank fellow stated; "The ultra-Orthodox will cause a demographic problem [in Israel] because these 'fanatics' have more children than the secular and the regular Orthodox."
Posted by: DJ | 2007-02-26 5:15:08 PM
For Eurabia debate comes too late. True there are pockets of the population, large and small, who understand what they are facing. They feel extremely frustrated being powerless to do anything to stop the tide, since their governments/leaders continue on their death march. As a result one sees the rise of extreme nationalist parties (like the Nazi party of the past) becoming popular. Furthermore many are scrambling to get out.
Posted by: Alain | 2007-02-26 5:19:00 PM
I see what is happenning.
Piggy-banks in banks aye?
How about stuffed doggies and monkeys?
First they came for the schools, and as I did not go to their schools, I said nothing.
Then they came for the banks, and since I banked and did not care much about their decor, I said nothing.
Then they came for the shopping malls, and removed all the piggy-banks from the malls, along with the stuffed doggies, and stuffed monkies. Since I was not interested in stuffed animals, I said nothing.
Then they went for the government institutions, the parks, the military and the paramilitary. What could I say about it without being accussed of being a racist?
Then they went for the not for profit, charities and social groups. They removed Lions and Masons, and all manner of social activists, including Unions. I was none of those, so I said nothing.
Then they went for the swimsuit stores, men and women's fashion, the hospitals, the restaurants, the streets, and divided us all up into gender and dhimmitude. I said something, but the politically correct still got in the way.
Posted by: Lady | 2007-02-26 6:12:40 PM
Something is wrong, but it seems nobody can quite put his finger on it. I would be tempted to point out evolution theory.
Darwin says the strongest and most fitted should be the ones who survive. Would that be the muslims? If not then who?
Hitler and the nazis were sincerely believing in this approach. So they went along and helped the weakest to die in concentration camps (mostly Jews). But in the end, it seems the nazis were not the strongest. Was it the communists? Nearly. But with the crash of USSR, I doubt it.
What's left? Maybe the muslims think they are the ones. They believe in death like the nazis did and they are better liars than communists.
The Japanese facists before WWII had brought to a high degree of efficiency the 5th column weapon in Asia. But I suggest it is nothing compared to what the islamists are doing now. And they use our own laws to do it!
There still is one possibility: maybe the evolution theory is not true after all. So we should start all over again our analysis of
former historical events.
Posted by: Rémi Houle | 2007-02-26 8:19:48 PM
Those who suffer from Narcissism Personality Disorder (not meaning you of course) tend to see themselves as superior, and go about putting other people down.
I would hazzard to suppose that there are many groups of people who collectively share most of the traits of this disorder. Could it be that given the sheer numbers of people, that terrorist groups have been able to do the ultimate brainwashing, and raise generations who are maximized to that disorder?
It then goes with saying that the line between NPD and psycho is slim. All it requires is the addition of one other trait into the milieu and voila! A psychopath! And one, more, or whole groups, who can go about the world, committing acts of violence under the pretext of a religion -- one that has all the foundational materials necessary to brainwash more narcissitic personalities to commit crimes and hurt other people.
Posted by: Lady | 2007-02-27 8:06:45 AM
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