Hodjanernes Blog

9 marts 2009

Det er helt ude i hampen!

Filed under: Politik — ManInBurka© @ 12:11

I stedet for at udvise udenlandske bandemedlemmer, burde man lade dem blive i Danmark og konkurrere med rockerne om hashmarkedet, mener integrationsrådgiver. ”Det er grotesk, fordi Brian Mikkelsen laver en sammensværgelse mod indvandrerne i Danmark. Han giver monopol til rockerne på hashmarkedet med henblik på, at de får hele hashmarkedet for sig selv,” siger han. Og det er diskriminerende?”Fuldstændigt. Det er racediskrimination, og det vil styrke rockerne og hele deres organisation.”.

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UPDATE: Så kom Tøger på banen! – Med præcist samme mening – ord til andet!


Tror du at det er en perle?

Filed under: Politik — ManInBurka© @ 11:52

Ung kvinde tæsket og voldtaget på åben gade

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Ikke alle voldtægter udføres af perler. Håber de får hvad de fortjener.

Så kan de lære det…

Filed under: Antisemitisme, Humor, Islam, Jihad, Palæstina - Libanon, UK, Venstrefløjen — Skjoldungen @ 10:07

De engelske udgaver af Mogens Lykketoft og imam Pedersen på rejse i Muhammedanien.

stenkastEL-ARISH, Egypt (AFP) — A British convoy led by MP George Galloway with medical relief for Gaza was pelted with stones and vandalised in the Egyptian town El-Arish on Sunday, an organiser said.

The convoy, which set out from London last month carrying relief supplies valued at one million pounds (1.4 million dollars), arrived in El-Arish, about 45 kilometres (28 miles) from the Rafah passage to Gaza, on Saturday. “It’s an absolute disgrace,” convoy organiser Yvonne Ridley told AFP. “The power was cut. During cover of darkness members of our convoy were attacked with stones. “Vandals also wrote dirty words and anti-Hamas slogans,” she said. “Several people in the convoy were injured in the attack.” – A security official told AFP that during a power cut, which is a frequent occurrence in the town, children had pelted the convoy with stones. – The convoy is expected to head to Rafah on Monday after a dispute arose between organisers and Egyptian officials, who had welcomed the activists, over the inclusion of non-medical aid in the convoy. –  Egyptian officials have said they would allow medical relief through the Rafah passage but non-medical goods such as food would have to pass through Israel’s crossings with the Palestinian enclave.

Skotland kopierer dansk skolepolitik.

Skotske skoleelever mener at Auschwitz er en slags øl, en festival eller et brød.

auschwitzThe Scotsman: SOME schoolchildren believe Auschwitz is the name of a type of beer or a religious festival, rather than the Nazi extermination camp, research published today reveals.

About 1.3 million people perished in the death camp during the Second World War, but a survey of more than 1,000 pupils aged 11-16 in secondary school revealed that a quarter still did not know its purpose. About 10 per cent were not sure what it was, 8 per cent thought it was a country bordering Germany, 2 per cent thought it was a beer, the same proportion said it was a religious festival and a further 1 per cent said it was a type of bread.

Miramax and the London Jewish Cultural Centre, which commissioned the survey, said that, as there are about 4.5 million children aged 11 to 16 in the UK, the equivalent of 90,000 youngsters wrongly identified Auschwitz as a drink and 45,000 mistook it for bread. The poll found that six in ten youngsters did not know what the Final Solution was, with a fifth claiming it was the peace talks held to end the war. And it revealed that, despite the Holocaust being specified on the secondary National Curriculum in England as a subject pupils must be taught, only 37 per cent knew the Holocaust claimed the lives of six million Jews, with many drastically underestimating the death toll. While 97 per cent of those questioned could identify Adolf Hitler from a photograph, those who could not mistook famous figures, such as Winston Churchill, Salvador Dali and Albert Einstein, for the dictator.

Brændte sin hijab og fik snebold i hovedet

Filed under: Politik — ManInBurka© @ 09:17

Norske kvinde benyttede kvindernes internationale kampdag til at brænde en hijab og blev mødt med protester og snebolde

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Protester mod IAW Toronto 2009

Filed under: Antisemitisme, Israel, USA/Canada — Tags: , — Hodja @ 00:16

It’s that time of year, when radicals on university campuses all across Canada engage in blood libel against the inhabitants of the one and only true multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, mutli-religious country in the Middle East.

Just try bringing your Bible, Bhagavad Gita or FolkFest pavilions to, say, Saudi Arabia or Yemen.

So a group of pro-Israel Canadians protested peacefully outside the auditorium at Ryerson, offering an alternative take on “Apartheid” and hopefully reminding the attendees that their lies don’t go unnoticed.

En ærlig muslim.

Filed under: Danmark, Imamer, Indvandring, Islam, Jihad, Shariah, Terrorism, UK — Skjoldungen @ 00:14

Her er der ikke megen taqiyya: Vi tager magten. På den ene eller den anden måde.

Blandt måderne er der f.eks. alm. statskup, militærkup og hjælp til muslimerne udefra. Ligesom i Kosovo. Og husk: Der er kun tre slags muslimer: 1. Dem i fængsel. 2. Dem på vej til fængslet. 3. Uægte muslimer.

Venstrefløjen som de moderne anti-semitter – IAW Toronto 2009

In keeping with our society’s obsession with victimhood, the propaganda strategy against Israel now is entirely passive aggressive. While the Nazis loved to dwell on the virility and superhuman indomitability of Aryans, the Jews’ enemies now are represented in propaganda by five-year-olds carrying teddy bears. (For more in this vein, watch the 60-second promotional movie on apartheidweek.org,in which you will see a cartoon mock-up of Gaza’s population that contains no men of military age — just a bunch of sorrowful kids, mommies and granddads.) The moral dimension of the conflict — terrorism versus counter-terrorism, a society seeking peace versus one that seems addicted to war — has been replaced by a sentimental Marxist-inspired tale of the virtuous oppressed rising up against an evil oppressor.


It’s a disgusting spectacle, especially when you hear their maudlin rhetoric — “massacre,” “crime against humanity,” “genocide,” “holocaust.” If these words may be applied to the unintentional killing of several hundred Gazans during a counterterrorist operation, how does one describe the wholesale slaughter of tens or hundreds of thousands in places such as Chechnya and Darfur? (“Megamassacre”? “Giga-genocide”?)

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