Fransk politik har fundet et kilo sprængstof hos en jihadist “hjem”vendt fra Syrien
Hvorfor tillader vestlige demokratier, incl Danmark at den slags tydeligvis umuligt integrerbare indvandrere at vende tilbage ?
Hvorfor tillader vestlige demokratier, incl Danmark at den slags tydeligvis umuligt integrerbare indvandrere at vende tilbage ?
Her er hun – i færd med at snakke sort til pressen.
Bemærk hendes knæfald til ayatollaerne : totalt tildækket.
Det eneste hun mangler er bare en ansigtsmaske …
Udtalelserne om, at man skal sætte en stopper for den muslimske indvandring i Danmark og betegnelsen af Dansk Folkeparti som antimuslimsk, som flere medlemmer af partiet kommer med i søndagens Berlingske, er skadelige for partiet. Det mener Radio24syvs politiske redaktør, Jesper Termansen.
50 prosent flere asylsøkere fikk avvist sin søknad i Norge i 2013, fordi de allerede hadde søkt asyl i andre europeiske land.
Fra 1. januar 2014 skal utlendingsmyndighetene kunne utvise asylsøkere som lyver eller holder tilbake opplysninger om at de har søkt asyl i andre land før de kom til Norge.
- Opphør av forskriften vil føre til at det blir grunnlag for å utvise en større personkrets enn i dag, nemlig også personer der eneste grunnlag for utvisning er at personen har nektet for å ha søkt beskyttelse, søkt visum eller avgitt fingeravtrykk i et annet land, sier Anundsen til Aftenposten.
Dermed vil langt flere utlendinger kunne utvises fra Norge. De vil også kunne straffes hardere dersom de bryter innreiseforbudet og vender tilbake til Norge.
In the course of two decades as a political reporter my most powerful experience of this kind came when a friend drew my attention to a 20-page article in an obscure academic journal.
Written by the political scientists Richard Katz and Peter Mair, and called “The Emergence of a Cartel Party”, it immediately explained almost everything that had perplexed me as a lobby correspondent: the unhealthy similarity between supposedly rival parties; the corruption and graft that has become endemic in modern politics; the emergence of a political elite filled with scorn and hostility towards ordinary voters. My book, The Triumph of the Political Class, was in certain respects an attempt to popularise that Katz and Mair essay.
Several months ago I was shocked and saddened to learn that Peter Mair had died . However, his friend Francis Mulhern has skilfully piloted into print the book he was working on at the time of his death. It is called Ruling the Void: The Hollowing of Western Democracy.
He starts with a historical paradox. The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990 was in theory the finest moment for Western democracy. But it was also the moment when it started to fail. Mair argues that political elites have turned Europe into “a protected sphere, safe from the demands of voters and their representatives”.This European political directorate has taken decision-making away from national parliaments. On virtually everything that matters, from the economy to immigration, decisions are made elsewhere. Professor Mair argues that many politicians encouraged this tendency because they wanted to “divest themselves of responsibility for potentially unpopular policy decisions and so cushion themselves against possible voter discontent”. This means that decisions which viscerally affect the lives of voters are now taken by anonymous, unaccountable bureaucrats rather than politicians responsible to their voters.
In Britain, for example, David Cameron can do virtually nothing to head off Bulgarian or Romanian immigration. The prime ministers of Greece, Portugal and Spain are now effectively branch managers for the European Central Bank and Goldman Sachs. By a hideous paradox the European Union, set up as a way of avoiding a return to fascism in the post-war epoch, has since mutated into a way of avoiding democracy itself.
In a devastating analogy, Mair conjures up Alexis de Tocqueville, the 19th-century French thinker who is often regarded as the greatest modern theorist about democracy. Tocqueville noted that the pre-revolutionary French aristocracy fell into contempt because they claimed privileges on the basis of functions that they could no longer fulfil. The 21st-century European political class, says Mair, is in the identical position.
To sum up, the European elites have come very close to the abolition of what we have been brought up to regard as politics, and have replaced it with rule by bureaucrats, bankers, and various kinds of unelected expert. So far they have got away with this. This May’s elections for the European Parliament will provide a fascinating test of whether they can continue to do so.
The European Union claims to be untroubled by these elections. A report last month from two members of the Jacques Delors Institute concluded that “the numerical increase of populist forces will not notably affect the functioning of the [European Parliament], which will remain largely based on the compromises built between the dominant political groups. This reflects the position of the overwhelming majority of EU citizens”.
I wonder. In France, polls suggest that the anti-semitic Front National, which equates illegal immigrants with “organised gangs of criminals”, will gain more votes than the mainstream parties. The Front National has joined forces with the virulently anti-Islamic Geert Wilders in Holland, who promises to claim back “how we control our borders, our money, our economy, our currency”. In Britain it is likely that Ukip will win in May. Anti-European parties are on the rise in Denmark, Austria, Greece and Poland.
Peter Mair comes from the Left. He was an Irishman who spent the majority of his professional life working in European universities in Italy, the Netherlands or Ireland. And yet he has written what is by far and away the most powerful, learned and persuasive anti-EU treatise I have come across. It proves that it is impossible to be a democrat and support the continued existence of the European Union.His posthumous masterpiece deserves to become a foundation text for Eurosceptics not just in Britain, but right across the continent. It is important that it should do so. The battle to reclaim parliamentary democracy should not just belong to the Right-wing (and sometimes fascist) political parties. The Left and Right can disagree – honourably so – on many great issues. But surely both sides of the ideological divide can accept that democracy is still worth fighting for, and that the common enemy has become the European Union.
Danskhed er andet end Carlsberg-øl og flæskesteg på bordet.
Som jeg tror er en måde at befri danskheden for en national besættelse, siger SF’s ny kulturordfører til dr.dk.
Det er lidt primitivt, hvis hun som kulturordfører for et regeringsbærende parti mener, at dansk kultur alene er flæskesteg og Carlsberg. Så tror jeg lige, der er noget, hun skal læse lidt mere om, og finde ud af, hvad dansk kultur i det hele taget er, siger Pia Kjærsgaard.
Jeg tror, det er lidt vel optimistisk af Pia Kjærsgaard at mene, at Cekic kan blive klogere.
Syria’s Greek Orthodox patriarch has made a fresh appeal for the release of a group of nuns and two bishops being held by kidnappers in the war-wracked country.
“We will not stay silent over the abduction of our bishops and any other innocent people,” Youhanna X Yazigi said in a Christmas message cited by Lebanon’s Daily Star newspaper on Tuesday.
He was referring to Greek Orthodox bishop Boulos Yaziji and his Syrian Orthodox colleague Yohanna Ibrahim, who were both seized at gunpoint outside the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on 22 April.
Yazigi also called for the release of a dozen nuns kidnapped from the Orthodox Monastery of Saint Tecla in the historic Christian village of Maalula north of Damascus on 2 December, after it was reportedly overrun by rebels.
”We also cannot remain silent over the capture of the messengers of peace – I refer to the nuns of Maalula,” added Yazigi.
“We must all raise our voices against their abductors,” he added.
At his general audience in St Peter’s Square, on 4 December, Pope Francis appealed for the nuns and all hostages being held in Syria to be freed.
Mass immigration, selective and vilifying propaganda, and a constant barrage of perverse or, at best, pointless consumer culture all contribute to the transformation of Europe into a non-entity. Her native population consists mostly of atomistic individuals, lacking any semblance of purpose or direction, increasingly victimised by a political system with no interest in the people it governs. There are many views on how this came to be, but the revolt of May 1968 was certainly of singular importance in creating the apolitical, self-destructive situation that postmodern Europe is in today. This, however, is no history book. It is not primarily about how this came to be, but rather what can and should be done about it and, more to the point, who will do it. After the treachery of the political, journalistic and academic pseudo-elites and the complacency of an entire generation of Europeans which enabled it, it falls upon the young – the foremost victims of the derailing of Western society – to turn the tide. In Generation Identity, activist Markus Willinger presents his take on the ideology of the budding identitarian movement in 41 brief and direct chapters. Willinger presents a crystal-clear image of what has gone wrong, and indicates the direction in which we should look for our solutions. Moving seamlessly between the spheres of radical politics and existential philosophy, Generation Identity explains in a succinct, yet poetic fashion what young Europeans must say – or should say – to the corrupt representatives of the decrepit social structures dominating our continent. This is not a manifesto, it is a declaration of war. Markus Willinger was born in 1992 and grew up in Schärding am Inn, Austria. He has been politically active on the alternative Right since he was fifteen years old, and is now a student of history and political science at the University of Stuttgart.
Det er den slags bevægelser DDR elsker at beskæftige sig med, men denne har ikke den rigtige farve, så hvis du kommer til at høre om den, bliver det kun kort og negativt.
Its policy decision has highlighted a split among the big food retailers over whether religious staff should be excused certain jobs.In contrast to M&S, Sainsbury’s said it had issued official guidelines that stated there was no reason why staff who did not drink alcohol or eat pork for religious reasons could not handle the goods. The advice followed consultations with religious groups, said a spokesman. Tesco said it treated each case on its merits, but said it “made no sense” to employ staff on a till who refused to touch certain items for religious reasons.
At M&S, Muslim staff who do not wish to handle alcohol or pork have been told they can politely request that customers choose another till at which to pay.At one of its stores in central London last week, customers waiting with goods that included pork or alcohol were told by a Muslim checkout worker to wait until another till became available. The assistant was extremely apologetic at having to ask customers to wait.
An M&S spokesman said: “We recognise that some of our employees practise religions that restrict the food or drink they can handle, or that mean they cannot work at certain times.
“M&S promotes an environment free from discrimination and so, where specific requests are made, we will always make reasonable adjustments to accommodate them, whilst ensuring high levels of customer service.”
Så vidt jeg kan se diskriminerer M&S mod alkoholdrikkende og svinekødspisende kunder.
Vil man finde ud af, hvor mange ikke-vestlige der befinder sig i for eksempel Norge, kommer man på arbejde. Den norske statistik, Statistisk sentralbyrå, er ikke meget for at gøre det enkelt at se, hvor personer bosiddende i Norge har deres rødder
Det er vanskeligt at frigøre sig fra den tanke, at de norske myndigheder ikke har den store lyst til at oplyse de etniske nordmænd om sagens rette sammenhæng. Der er givetvis ikke tale om noget komplot, men blot om almindeligt medløberi, hvor man helst skal have en god portion uld i mund.
Statistisk sentralbyrå har for nylig udgivet en lille rapport, der vist nok har som intention at gøre os klogere. Langt hen ad vejen er resultatet dog mere forvirring. Det er lykkedes forfatterne til rapporten at skabe 30 (tredive!) kategorier med norskfødte eller ej, norskfødte forældre eller ej og bedsteforældre født i Norge eller ej i alle tænkelige varianter.
Men i Norge er ordet ‘Snig-islamisering’ et fy-ord.
The “Six Country Immigrant Integration Comparative Survey”—a five-year study of Moroccan and Turkish immigrants in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Holland and Sweden—was published on December 11 by theWZB Berlin Social Science Center, one of the largest social science research institutes in Europe.
According to the study (German and English), which was funded by the German government, two thirds (65%) of the Muslims interviewed say Islamic Sharia law is more important to them than the laws of the country in which they live.
Three quarters (75%) of the respondents hold the opinion that there is only one legitimate interpretation of the Koran, which should apply to all Muslims, and nearly 60% of Muslims believe their community should return to “Islamic roots.”
Grunnen til dette er at vi muslimske innvandrere, vi som utgjør den muslimske minoritet, vi er ikke fra Scandinavia. Vi har kommet fra Midtøsten. Og Midtøsten er sekterismens hjemland, med sekteriske konflikter som har foregått i århundrer. Vi har vokst opp sekteriske gnisning og gjensidige hat. Når vi kommer til Norge så overfører vi vår kultur. Det finnes mange positive sider ved den muslimske kulturen, men det finnes også negative sider, sier al-Kubaisi.
I over 50 år har Stortingets julelunch vært den samme. Representanter, ansatte og pensjonister har satt seg rundt bordene i Vandrehallen og Eidsvollsgalleriet til tradisjonell julemat en av de siste dagene før jul. Men nå skal Stortinget ribbes for tradisjoner.
Vi legger opp til mingling hvor det blir juletapas som noen kaller det, men det blir jo julemat, sier Stortingspresident Olemic Thommessen (H)
De siste ukene har ulike svensker kritisert Norge for rasisme. Nå raser de samme svenskene mot at Dagens Nyheter har sluppet på trykk en annonse om den svenske innvandringspolitikken.