Hodjanernes Blog

30 november 2011

Tor Espen Skeie (45) har samme diagnose som Anders Behring Breivik.

Filed under: Hodja, Jura, Kriminalitet, Medicin, Mord, Norge, Terrorism, Utøya — Tags: — Hodja @ 23:18

Nå er han redd for å bli satt i bås med terroristen.

Den politiske forfølgelse af Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff for at fortælle sandheden om islam

Artikelserie på FrontPageMag.

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S-politikeren Lars Aslan Rasmussen: Du fucker alt op Özlem

“Det her er skadeligt lang tid frem, og vi er slået hjem som i et spil ludo.”

“Hun skulle tage og få sig et PR-job hos Liberal Alliance, eller også skal hun finde noget andet og lave. Det begynder at blive en lille smule trættende. Det her handler om Özlem, og det vil det altid gøre og det bliver et mediecirkus i stedet for at handle om sagen.”

Underholdningsværdien stiger og stiger. Vi kan bare læne os tilbage og nyde forestillingen.

Nyt om Hussein Obamas valgbarhed

ViaCurmudgeOnly&Skeptical

I moskéen

Filed under: EURABIA, Islam, Koran, Kulturberigelse, Multi-kulti, Nazislam, Tonen, Trusler, Venstrefløjen — Skjoldungen @ 21:14

Lidt opbyggelig tale (m.m) til vore muslimske læsere – og lyttere.

(Jeg forstår ikke en hujende fis – ud over de sædvanlige Allah-hu-Aakbhgrhfrsgharghrrhragrgrrkakerlakgraaargrhhhar o.s.v. – men det er også lige meget).

DanMarx Radios forhold til virkeligheden

I DDR-TV Avisen her i aften hed det “Helle Thorning-Schmidts såkaldte skattesag.”

Her er der virkelig tale om blasfemi

Filed under: Hodja — Tags: , — Hodja @ 20:31

Verdens første halal-whisky er klar

Professorens værste forskningsresultat nogensinde

Filed under: Danmark, Evidens, Greenies, Hodja, Videnskab — Tags: , , — Hodja @ 20:02

Professoren er vant til modvinden, da hans undersøgelser af den grønlandske indlandsis viste, at ismassen engang kun fyldte halvdelen af, hvad den er i dag – uden at verden ændrede sig drastisk.

“Det er nok mit livs værste opdagelse,” siger Eske Willerslev om sine resultater, der gik på tværs af klimadebatten i 2007, hvor alle snakkede om at stoppe den smeltende ismasse.

Tip: J.D:

Koptiske kristne frygter at miste flere rettigheder efter ægyptiske valg

Islam-trivia

Den støj I hører i baggrunden er den larmende tavshed fra feministerne og feministrene.

SAUDI GAZETTE, JEDDAH: “A 23-year-old unmarried woman was awarded one-year prison term and 100 lashes for committing adultery and trying to abort the resultant fetus. – The District Court in Jeddah pronounced the verdict on Saturday after the girl confessed that she had a forced sexual intercourse with a man who had offered her a ride. The man, the girl confessed, took her to a rest house, east of Jeddah, where he and four of friends assaulted her all night long. The girl claimed that she became pregnant soon after and went to King Fahd Hospital for Armed Forces in an attempt to carry out an abortion. She was eight weeks’ pregnant then, the hospital confirmed. According to the ruling, the woman will be sent to a jail outside Jeddah to spend her time and will be lashed after delivery of her baby who will take the mother’s last name.”

Özlem Cekic: “Jeg tog fejl”

Filed under: Økonomi, Danmark, Folketinget, Hodja, Islamisering, Medier DR m.fl., Penge, Politik, SF — Tags: , — Hodja @ 16:40

Özlem Cekic har haft en måned til at finde en fattig – og her er hvad hun kommer frem med.

Og i nyhederne i dag udtaler Cekic, at det er hendes modstandere, der afsporer debatten.

Søren Pind: De aner ikke, hvad fattigdom er.

Næste krig: Schweiz…?

EUSSR truer det lille alpeland. Deres skatter er for lave og de har det for godt!

Vi er sikre på, at Filli Safendal og hans Waffen-SF er fyr og flamme: efter at have indført demokrati – arabisk, vel at mærke – i nogle barbarstater skulle det groft misbrugte “Royal Danish Air Farce” jo nødig falde hen i gold leddiggang inden det sættes ind til støtte for Ummah’ens retfærdige kamp mod de træske, træske jøøøder i Israel. Træningen skal holdes ved lige, og heldigvis er der ikke så langt at flyve denne gang:

New American: “Despite not being a member of the European Union, Switzerland is under intense pressure from Brussels to raise taxes as companies flee high-tax EU welfare states in favor of more business-friendly Swiss cantons. And if the nation refuses to bow down soon, so-called “eurocrats” are threatening retaliation. The Swiss government has been in discussions with EU bosses for over a year regarding Switzerland’s non-compliance with the “EU Code of Conduct for Business Taxation.” The EU’s goal, according to the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation, is to eliminate what the supranational regime in Brussels calls “harmful tax practices” — low taxes which attract capital, businesses, jobs, and workers away from the crumbling European super-state.

But the EU tax regime does not apply to Switzerland, Swiss authorities insist. The nation has a long history of avoiding foreign entanglements, and despite immense pressure, it has steadily resisted calls to submit to regional authorities and continental “integration” schemes. In Switzerland, cantonal governments close to voters set their own tax policies. The resulting competition between the more than two dozen cantons fosters a business-friendly environment of low taxes, minimal government interference, and widespread prosperity. That is one important reason why international businesses flock to Switzerland in droves. The Swiss model works so well that even as the EU and its single euro currency face a crisis of monumental proportions and possible economic implosion, Switzerland’s economy is doing just fine. Its GDP per capita is about double the EU’s, while its unemployment rate is around half. The Swiss government also consistently posts budget surpluses as its bloated EU neighbors drown in debt and seek bailouts. In fact, Switzerland is even helping to fund the handouts for profligate European regimes. And its economy is the most competitive in the world, according to the global competitiveness index.

With a heavily armed population of less than eight million, Switzerland has maintained its sovereignty and independence through two world wars raging on all sides and the more recent erection of the EU, which now completely surrounds the tiny alpine nation. With a decentralized system of government, the Swiss have also been able to largely preserve their liberty despite constant European pressure.”