Hodjanernes Blog

10 september 2007

Fra design-skolen i Kolding

El-Sebeth Gerner Nielsen har allerede en politisk korrekt loonie-uniform klar til De Radigale :

El-Sebeth


Paradoksalt

Filed under: Evidens, Historie, Holocaust, Israel, Loonies, WWII — Hodja @ 20:07

Israelske nynazister.

Kåre Willoch i Aftenposten 1988 under overskriften «Innvandringens følger».

Filed under: Citater, Demografi, Europa, Historie, Immigration, Islam, Norge — Hodja @ 19:59

19 år senere mener Willoch det fortsatt var godt tenkt.

«Det er grunn til å frykte at en fortsatt innvandring av asylsøkere av det omfang som man har hatt i de senere år, vil føre til alvorlige motsetninger mellom folkegrupper i Norge. Det kan ikke være umoralsk å mene at man bør ta hensyn til reaksjoner mot denne innvandringen – for å forebygge konflikter. Det kan heller ikke være umoralsk å mene at man bør forebygge for raske forandringer av det helhetspreg som vår befolkning har. »

Mere på Dagbladet

Kåre Isaachsen Willoch (født 3. oktober 1928 i Oslo) er en norsk politiker og statsmann (H). Han var leder av Høyre fra 1970 til 1974 og Norges statsminister fra 1981 til 1986. Han er gift. Han er utdannet sosialøkonom, og arbeidet tidligere i Norges Rederiforbund og Norges Industriforbund.

Læs her, hvad det står til sidst i interviewet:

Willoch sier at antallet innvandere i Norge i dag er som forventet.

– Vi ble forelagg slike scenarier allerede for 19 år – så vi visste hvor det bar hen, sier den tidligere norske statsministeren. 

Hvilke scenarier blevt forelagt de danske politikere for 19 år siden? Eller fik de ikke forelagt nogen? Udtalelsen viser med al ønskelig tydelighed, at NOGEN vidste dengang, hvad der ville ske.

Læs her det norske Fremskridtspartis reaktion på Willochs udtalelser.

Iøvrigt er der lokalvalg i Norge idag.
 

Fredens religion

Hvad er nu det for noget?

Der er nogen der har skrevet en bog om et ikke-eksisterende emne:

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“The author explores the history of Islam’s imperialism and the persistence of the Ottoman imperialist dream that outlasted World War I to haunt Islamic and Middle Eastern politics to the present day. September 11 can be seen as simply the latest expression of this dream, and such attacks have little to do with U.S. international behavior or policy in the Middle East, says Karsh. The House of Islam’s war for world mastery is traditional, indeed venerable, and it is a quest that is far from over.”

Fakta og fiktion

Om orkanen Katrina.

Og hvordan gik det lige med Europas egen katastrofe?

‘Jeg vil hellere hjem til Guantanamo’

Filed under: Guantanamo, Internationalt, Islam, Jura, Muslim World, Oplysning om islam — Hodja @ 16:05

When two Tunisian men were sent home after five years in Guantanamo, they thought they would be free.

Instead, they faced imprisonment, abuse, threats and solitary confinement.

Now they say things were better back in the US prison camp.

Mere på Der Spiegel

Fredens religion

Filed under: Islam, Jihad, Labaner, Muslim World, Oplysning om islam — Hodja @ 15:47

Via LindaSoG

Det er kun hvide (mænd) der kan være racister

Filed under: Boykot, Islam, Muslim World, Racisme — Hodja @ 15:39

‘MADE BY A MUSLIM’ BRAND TO BE LAUNCHED

Besides saying it loudly and proudly, Muslims who treasure their religious heritage can also show it, and they will soon be able to do so by buying and wearing products bearing the “Made by a Muslim” label. A group of Islamic businessmen meeting in Damascus, Syria have launched a initiative they say involves 7,500 companies around the world and which aims to encourage Muslims to boycott products made in countries hostile to Islam and to opt instead for those manufactured in Islamic nations.

“In light of the growing hostility faced by Islam and by Muslims in the Western world, after the events of September 11, a sentiment further amplified by the publication of offensive cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed,” the businessmen said in a statement, they had decided to set up a computerised international database that contains guidelines for the production, distribution and sale of products “that can represent an alternative to products from the West”.

The strategy involves labelling products so that counsumers will be able to know where they originate from and that they have been made by Muslims. For example: Made in Syria and Made by a Muslim.

The businessmen who have launched the initiative say the hope the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC), the body that groups together most Muslim nations, will support it and that will press governments of member states to promote the Muslim-made products.

Linket virker desværre ikke: http://www.adnki.com/index_2Level_English.php?cat=Religion&loid=8.0.406626642&par=0

Hjemmedyrkede terrorister chokerer Tyskland

The quiet town of Ulm is well-known in Germany as home to a group of Islamic extremists but its residents never imagined it could produce the presumed ringleader of a plot to bomb US targets.

“Everyone here knew that there was an Islamist centre in Ulm, but people are in shock. Noone imagined that it would go this far,” Ivo Goenner, mayor of the town of 120,000 people on the banks of the river Danube told AFP.

Fritz Gelowicz, 28, was the suspected leader of a three-man extremist cell planning to bomb US citizens in Germany, grew up in Ulm.

Gelowicz was not an immigrant. He was born into a middle-class family in Munich — his mother was a doctor and his father a businessman — and the family moved to Ulm when he was five.

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Frafaldne muslimer vil samles i Haag den 11. september

Filed under: Europa, Holland, Immigration, Islam, Norge, Oplysning om islam, Sverige, Tyskland, UK — Hodja @ 15:30

The heads of several European committees for former Muslims are due to sign a ‘European Declaration of Tolerance ‘ in The Hague on September 11.

With the declaration, the ex-Muslim committees of Britain, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Norway, the Netherlands and Sweden want to draw attention to what they say is “the lack of freedom of religion within Islamic culture.”

In its press release on Thursday, the Dutch committee of ex- Muslims said September 11 – the anniversary of the terror attacks on the United States – was chosen symbolically to condemn terror and the intolerance of political Islam.

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