Hodjanernes Blog

11 december 2009

Belcanto i Bella?

Filed under: Danmark, FN, Ytringsfrihed — Tags: , — Skjoldungen @ 21:24

En sang fra de varme lande, som varmluftofoberne ikke må høre. Derfor bringer vi den her:

Bombekatte, moské?

Filed under: Indvandring, Islam, Jihad, Moske, Minaret, Terrorism, USA/Canada — Skjoldungen @ 21:04

Min egen kat er ekspert i at opdage metal – navnlig dåseåbnere.

Når Canadierne nu indsætter bombehunde i toget og det fornærmer muslimerne, kunne de sidste jo evt. overveje at holde op med at smide bomber omkring sig…nåeh, nej, undskyld…

CBC: “Specially trained bomb-sniffing dogs might soon be patrolling Metro Vancouver’s buses and SkyTrains just in time for the Olympics, but that has some Muslims concerned.

The Metro Vancouver Transit Police Service is in the process of selecting the handlers and dogs that will be part of the two-year pilot project, said deputy chief George Beattie. Once the teams are trained, the dogs will work on the entire transit system, including buses, SkyTrains and SeaBus ferries. But the idea of being sniffed up and down by a slobbery pooch — no matter how well trained — has already raised concerns among some members of Metro Vancouver’s Muslim community. Some devout Muslims consider dogs to be unclean animals and try to avoid any contact with them. Some Muslim cab drivers in Vancouver have even refused to take guide dogs in their vehicles and will call for a second vehicle to take the fare instead.”

Shawket Hassan, the vice-president of the B.C. Muslim Association, says he wants to make sure the dogs will not touch passengers during searches, which could lead to problems, particularly for Muslims heading to a mosque to pray.

Om byggevedtægter.

Filed under: Demografi, EUSSR, Imamer, Islam, Jihad, Kristne, Moske, Minaret, Tyrkiet — Skjoldungen @ 20:26

Det er ikke kun i Schweiz man har sådanne. De er faktisk langt, langt bagefter.

Istanbul (AsiaNews) – Utroligt, men sandt: Hovedkontoret for Tyrkiets Sekretariat for optagelse i EUSSR er beliggende i  i en bygning, som er konfiskeret fra den ortodokse, kristne menighed. Bygningen ligger i det kendte Ortakoy-kvarter i Istanbul (d.v.s. Konstantinopel – red.) nær den første bro over Bosporus-strædet.

Før den blev konfiskeret blev bygningen brugt som skole for børnene i det ortodokse mindretal i Ortakoy. Dette mindretal er nu fordrevet af den “sekulære” tyrkiske stat.

Sagen har vakt en del opsigt i Bryssel, hvor tilhængerne af Tyrkiets indlemmelse i EUSSR føler sig lidt ilde tilpas, navnlig da det menes, at de har “nære, økonomiske forbindelser” med Tyrkiet…

Målet er Verdensregering

Here’s the key quote from Rompuy: “2009 is also the first year of global governance, with the establishment of the G20 in the middle of the financial crisis.

The climate conference in Copenhagen is another step towards the global management of our planet.”

Aktivisterne har 15 ‘kriminelle’ mål

Demonstranter uddeler flyers hvor 15 mål – ‘klima-kriminelle’ virksomheder – er udpeget som ‘mål’ for aktivisterne

God Climategate-Weekend!

Filed under: Danmark, FN, Musik — Tags: , — Skjoldungen @ 11:49

Selvfølgelig bringer Hodjas Blog også lidt julestemning ind i de små stuer:

En natur-konstant.

Tyskerne er ikke så forskellige fra resten af Europæerne.

Ifølge en opinionsmåling fra Dimap-Instituttet udført for TV-stationen ARD er tre fjerdedele af tyskerne bekymrede over udbredelsen af islam. Kun 22% kan ikke se noget problem, skriver Die Welt. Bladet spørger også selv læserne: “Finder De synet af minareter i Tyskland stødende?” – Også her er billedet entydigt: 83% siger JA!

(Tip: Politically Incorrect)

“Den ubelejlige Sandhed”

Filed under: Demografi, Evidens, Muslim World, Politik, Videnskab — Skjoldungen @ 00:17

Financial Post: Det virkelige problem er overbefolkning.

The “inconvenient truth” overhanging the UN’s Copenhagen conference is not that the climate is warming or cooling, but that humans are overpopulating the world.

A planetary law, such as China’s one-child policy, is the only way to reverse the disastrous global birthrate currently, which is one million births every four days. The world’s other species, vegetation, resources, oceans, arable land, water supplies and atmosphere are being destroyed and pushed out of existence as a result of humanity’s soaring reproduction rate. Ironically, China, despite its dirty coal plants, is the world’s leader in terms of fashioning policy to combat environmental degradation, thanks to its one-child-only edict.

The intelligence behind this is the following: -If only one child per female was born as of now, the world’s population would drop from its current 6.5 billion to 5.5 billion by 2050, according to a study done for scientific academy Vienna Institute of Demography. -By 2075, there would be 3.43 billion humans on the planet. This would have immediate positive effects on the world’s forests, other species, the oceans, atmospheric quality and living standards. -Doing nothing, by contrast, will result in an unsustainable population of nine billion by 2050.

Humans are the only rational animals but have yet to prove it. Medical and other scientific advances have benefited by delivering lower infant mortality rates as well as longevity. Both are welcome, but humankind has not yet recalibrated its behavior to account for the fact that the world can only accommodate so many people, especially if billions get indoor plumbing and cars. The fix is simple. It’s dramatic. And yet the world’s leaders don’t even have this on their agenda in Copenhagen. Instead there will be photo ops, posturing, optics, blah-blah-blah about climate science and climate fraud, announcements of giant wind farms, then cap-and-trade subsidies.

None will work unless a China one-child policy is imposed. Unfortunately, there are powerful opponents. Leaders of the world’s big fundamentalist religions preach in favor of procreation and fiercely oppose birth control. And most political leaders in emerging economies perpetuate a disastrous Catch-22: Many children (i. e. sons) stave off hardship in the absence of a social safety net or economic development, which, in turn, prevents protections or development. China has proven that birth restriction is smart policy. Its middle class grows, all its citizens have housing, health care, education and food, and the one out of five human beings who live there are not overpopulating the planet. For those who balk at the notion that governments should control family sizes, just wait until the growing human population turns twice as much pastureland into desert as is now the case, or when the Amazon is gone, the elephants disappear for good and wars erupt over water, scarce resources and spatial needs.

The point is that Copenhagen’s talking points are beside the point. The only fix is if all countries drastically reduce their populations, clean up their messes and impose mandatory conservation measures.