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16 oktober 2013

Eid i Moskva under store sikkerhedsforanstaltninger pga mord på en russer angiveligt begået af en indvandrer

‘Danske’ pæstilensere medvirker i historieforfalskning

Antallet af muslimer i Island er øget med 10.000% – moskebyggeri på attraktiv grund betalt af skatteyderne

The Reykjavík City Council has approved a building permit for the construction of the first mosque in Iceland.

The mosque will be built in Sogamýri, an upscale district near downtown Reykjavík on a highly desirable plot of land that was granted to Muslims free of charge, courtesy of Icelandic taxpayers.

Members of the city council — which is led by Reykjavík Mayor Jón Gnarr, who identifies himself as an anarchist — say they hope the prime location will make the mosque a prominent landmark in the city.

Critics of the mosque, however, say the project is being financed by donors in the Middle East who are seeking to exert control over — and radicalize — the growing Muslim community in Iceland.

Although reliable statistics do not exist, the Muslim population of Iceland is estimated to be approximately 1,200, or 0.4% of the total Icelandic population of 320,000. Most Muslims in Iceland live in the capital Reykjavík, where they make up about 1% of the total population of 120,000.

The Muslim community in Iceland may be small in comparison to other European countries, but its rate of growth has been exponential: Since 1990, when there were fewer than a dozen Muslims in the country, their number has increased by nearly 10,000%. Much of this growth has been due to immigration, but in recent years native Icelanders have also been converting to Islam in increasing numbers.

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Nasjonal Front overrasket med brakseier i lokalvalget i Brignoles i Provence. Partiet fosser også frem på nasjonale meningsmålinger.

Brignoles er bare en liten by i Provence, og det var ikke et nasjonalt valg, men likevel: Nasjonal Fronts kandidat, den tidligere bokseren Laurent Lopez (48) fikk søndag 53,9 prosent av stemmene.

En skikkelig knockout på både venstre- og høyresiden. De etablerte partiene gir hverandre ansvaret for tapet. Også hjemmesitterne har litt av skylden: 53 prosent unnlot å stemme i annen valgomgang.

Resultatet søndag er et dårlig resultat for demokratiet og republikken. Fra nå av må alle tenke nøye over alvoret, sier undervisningsminister Vincent Peillon.

Dette er bare begynnelsen. Det er en renessanse, skriver avisen Libération, som likevel ikke tror på «en fascistisk vinter».

Men Nasjonal Front forgifter hele landet og den politiske arenaen, skriver avisen på lederplass.

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De kaglende klasser tager som ventet patent på demokratiet, hvis folket ikke stemmer, som de ønsker. Og forskydningen af motiver fortsætter uændret.

Intergenerationel romantik eller ‘minor attraction’

Det er ikke kun islam, der går ind for pædofili.

Artikel om velfærdsstatens enorme omfordeling

Filed under: Økonomi, Danmark, Europa, Norge, Penge, Politik, Sverige, Tyskland, UK — Tags: , — Hodja @ 00:24

Britain desperately needs a significant downsizing of the size of the state, and the Government must eliminate subsidies for those who don’t need them.

If you want to understand why Britain has become such an expensive place to live in, look no further than our giant, bloated welfare state. It needs to be paid for somehow; yet all three main political parties are terrified that we will eventually find out just how much it is really costing us.

If all public spending was financed entirely from highly painful but easy to understand levies such as income and corporation tax, the rates required even on middling earners and small firms would be so eye-wateringly high as to trigger an immediate revolt and a collapse in economic activity.

This means that the Treasury has now become dangerously reliant on a multiplicity of stealth taxes and off-balance sheet levies, many of which voters are entirely unaware of, pushing up the cost of everything we buy and fuelling Britain’s cost of living crisis.

Combined with a broken approach to land planning, this is the genesis of today’s political row about living standards; it is a problem caused by years of cross-party political cowardice and a national inability to accept that a huge, redistributionist state doesn’t come as a free lunch.

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