Hodjanernes Blog

8 juli 2011

Flyvende gris observeret over Strasbourg

Filed under: Dommere, EURABIA, Islamisering, Jura, Moske, Minaret, Nazislam, Schweiz, Ytringsfrihed — Skjoldungen @ 15:14

Så har vi set det med: “Den Europæiske Menneskeretsdomstol” udviser et første glimt af fornuft!

Daily Herald: “The European Court of Human Rights on Friday dismissed a challenge by Muslim groups to Switzerland’s minaret building ban. A panel of seven judges with the Strasbourg, France-based, court ruled that the people filing the lawsuits couldn’t claim to be victims. The ruling’s timing coincided with the Muslim day of prayer. Swiss voters overwhelmingly approved a constitutional ban on minarets in 2009 that barred any more construction of the iconic mosque towers. The country’s four standing minarets, which were not affected by the ban, do not traditionally broadcast the call to prayer outside their own buildings.

The judges concluded that the people who filed the lawsuits in the European court _ a former spokesman for a Geneva mosque and several Swiss Muslim groups _ failed to show how the ban had harmed their human rights, the court said in a statement Friday. “For an application to be admissible, it had to be lodged by an applicant who could claim to be the ‘victim’ of a violation,” the court said. “The court noted at the outset that their main complaint was that the disputed constitutional provision offended their religious beliefs; however, they did not allege that it had had any practical effect on them.” – The referendum by the nationalist Swiss People’s Party had labeled minarets as symbols of rising Muslim political power that could one day transform Switzerland into an Islamic nation. The initiative was approved 57.5 to 42.5 percent by some 2.67 million voters. Only four of the 26 cantons or states opposed the initiative, granting the double approval that makes it part of the Swiss constitution. The Swiss government had opposed the ban, but was forced to follow it. The vote drew immediate condemnation at home and abroad, and put the country at the forefront of a European backlash against a growing Muslim population.”

Og det var Mohammedanmark, og det var…

Filed under: Politik — Skjoldungen @ 12:28

Centralkommité og Politbyro vil forlange at landsholdet fremover skal spille med EUSSR-flaget på trøjen.

The Telegraph: “Members of the European Parliament are backing calls to fly the EU’s blue flag with yellow stars at sporting events, such as Wimbledon, held in its territory and, most controversially, to have the EU emblem on national team shirts. The proposals, to be released next week, stipulate that all national sports teams, including football, rugby, cricket and the British Olympic team, would be forced to have the EU emblem appear on their jerseys. The idea – dismissed by the Tories as “simply daft” – is contained in a report on “The European Dimension in Sport”, drafted by Spanish centre-right MEP Santiago Fisas Ayxela which will be presented to the Parliament next week.

A European Commission source said the executive is keen to promote the ‘European dimension’ in sport and could bring forward the idea but only with full agreement with the competent national bodies.The Lisbon Treaty gave the EU a competence over sport for the first time and the EU shirt emblem recommendation is Parliament’s response to a Commission communication, or white paper, on sport. – The European Parliament’s culture committee has already endorsed the plan. If, as expected, MEPs back the idea next week, the recommendation will go back to the Commission which will prepare formal legislative proposals. The plan would then be put to a “qualified majority” vote in the Council of Ministers, which means it is possible the UK could be out voted on the measure, particularly by smaller countries that could benefit by a more “European approach” to tournaments like the Olympics.”

EU culture commissioner Androulla Vassiliou, defends the proposal, saying, “The Commission is well aware of the crucial role played by sport as well as of the potential sport has for forging a sense of belonging. The successful Ryder Cup, where a European team competes under the European flag, constitutes an illustration of the benefits that a European dimension can bring to a sport.” – Irish Socialist MEP Nessa Childers, said, “Sporting events have more potential to unite ordinary Europeans and instil a sense of pride in Europe than all the treaties, directives and regulations put together.”

But Conservative MEP Emma McClarkin said, “Sport has a special place in the UK, and our national sport teams form a key part of our identities and heritage. The EU has no business interfering in the badges worn on national team shirts – it is just another clear example of the EU vanity project at work. – “The EU cannot impose an artificial European identity on us by forcing our athletes to wear its emblem. Can you imagine Wayne Rooney or Jessica Ennis walking out into the arena sporting an EU flag on their kit? It is simply daft and, needless to say, I will be opposing the plan when it is debated in the Parliament.”


Stor ballade i familien: Adolfinadinnerjacket kalder tyendet til orden.

Teh BeeB vil til efteråret bredkaste en “dokumentar” om pædofeten. Uden at afvente premieren kan vi på forhånd garantere, at den vil være skåret over samme læst som den DanMarx Dhimmi Radio (DDR) bruger til deres “dokumentarer”: rødcoated objektiv med snævervinkel og rørformet modlysblænde på kameraet, voice-over med korrekt skolede apologi-eksperter a la Bæk Simonsen, bortklipning af 90% ‘uhensigtsmæssigt materiale’  – inklusive anstødelige billeder af pædofeten – samt naturligvis efterfølgende udlægning og fortolkning ved et passende antal imamer. Det hele efterfulgt af “debat i studiet” med the usual suspects. Ikke desto mindre står selveste indbegrebet af politisk korrekthed og dhimmitude – Teh British Biased Bumfuck Corporation™ – til spanking:

Daily Mail : “The BBC is courting controversy with its plans to broadcast a documentary series about Muslim prophet Muhammad. Three-part series The Life of Muhammad has already been blasted by officials in Iran, who claim the country will take ‘serious action’ if it is screened. The Iranian minister of cultural and Islamic guidance, Mohammad Hosseini, who has yet to watch any of the series, has branded the film an attempt by the ‘enemy’ to ‘ruin Muslims’ sanctity’. ‘The BBC’s decision to make a documentary on the life of [the] prophet Muhammad seems dubious and if our suspicions are proved to be correct, we will certainly take serious action,’ he told Iran’s Fars news agency.

The documentary, to be broadcast in mid-July, just ahead of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in August, will see journalist and TV presenter Rageh Omaar travel to the place of Muhammad’s birth, Mecca, to re-trace the footsteps of the prophet. However, the series will feature no visual images of Muhammad in a bid not to offend Muslims, whose religion forbids depiction of the prophet. Instead, a spoken description of Muhammad will be given, making this the first biographical documentary not to feature visual images of the subject.”