Hodjanernes Blog

21 marts 2012

Lyden af terror

Hverdag i den israelske by Ashdod – 6 pæstilenser-raketter slår ned:

Billede af ofrene fra skolemassakren

Filed under: Frankrig, Islam, Muslim World, TrumfEs — Tags: — trumfes @ 17:15

Her er de seneste ofre for meningsløs muslimsk terror

billedet er taget fra eldersofzion bloggen

Jeg så en uhyggelig rammende kommentar fra Juul på Netavisen 180 grader
Han spørger:

Hvad er forskellen egentlig på en “muslim” og en “islamist”?

og svarer selv:

En islamist er en muslim der retter sig efter koranen 🙂

(smileyen er Juuls).

JIHADI MOHAMED MERAH BEHIND TOULOUSE SHOOTING SPREE(FRANCE)

Islamisering i 1. klasse

Islam på skoleskemaet fra 1. klasse

Mange skolebørn lærer religioner som islam at kende helt fra de små klasser. For en række skoler, som Jyllands-Posten har talt med, siger nemlig, at de introducerer eleverne for andre religioner – særligt islam – allerede fra 1. klasse. Ifølge læseplanen for faget kristendom skal børnene ellers kun lære om kristendom til og med 6. klasse.

Falklandsøerne vs. Argentina

Filed under: Internationalt, Sydamerika, UK — Tags: , — Hodja @ 10:33

DanMarx Radio beretter indimellem fra Sydatlanten om konflikten mellem Falklandsøerne, UK og Argentina.

De vakler lidt i neutraliteten, men Niels Lindvig på DDR P1 Orientering er ikke bleg for lidt manipulation af de historiske kendsgerninger, som vi tidligere har beskrevet. DDR synes at ville have konflikten til at dreje sig om de slemme imperialistiske briter mod de stakkels argentinere.

Men der kommer nok ikke meget suppe af den sten:

The government of the Falkland Islands has opened up to counter Argentina’s recent threat to take legal action against companies involved in oil exploration, and said it has had no effect whatsoever on business as usual in the islands.

Stephen Luxton, the Falkland Islands’ government’s director of mineral resources, told Interactive Investor: “There isn’t any significant risk of military action – the Argentines say so themselves – neither the will nor the military hardware exist in Argentina to do the job.”

It is known that, however, the UK government maintains a credible deterrent against any perceived threat.

Luxton added: “Despite Argentine media hysteria suggesting otherwise, there’s actually been no militarisation of the South Atlantic at all. The Typhoons replaced the Tornadoes which replaced the Phantoms, and the Type 45 warship HMS Dauntless is coming here to replace HMS Montrose as part of the Atlantic Patrol Task (South) which has been a part-time deployment to this region for as long as I can remember.”

But it is of the political shield-banging coming from Buenos Aires for which Luxton reserves his most vivid indifference.

“The political noise has of course increased and the Argentine government’s illegal economic blockade against the Falklands continues with various initiatives being announced from time to time by the Argentine government, the latest being the threat last week to take oil companies operating here to court.”

Even with 8,000 miles of Ocean you can almost hear the sigh: “It’s hard to imagine how this can gain any momentum; the simple fact is that no provisions exist for enforcing domestic Argentine legislation in Falkland Islands territory where it has no jurisdiction, and so no court outside Argentina is likely to entertain the idea.

“The Falklands has the absolute right to develop its own resources (hydrocarbons, fisheries or indeed anything else) under the basic principle of self-determination and this principle has the full support of the British government.”