Hodjanernes Blog

10 januar 2011

Geert-effekten

Filed under: Balkan, Demografi, Holland, Indvandring, Islam, No dhimmi, Penge, Politik — Tags: — Skjoldungen @ 16:05

Nederlandene vil betale uintegrerbare muhammedanere for at rejse hjem til det sted, hvorfra de kom.

Udtrykket “Bosnians” herunder skal nok tages med et gran salt. Det drejer sig givetvis om “Bosniaks” – d.v.s. muslimer. Da Danmark i sin tid hjalp NATO med at fordrive serbere og kroater fra Bosnien-Herzegovina flygtede disse grupper selvfølgelig til henholdsvis Serbien og Kroatien. I øjeblikket forsøger de tilbageværende kroater at komme ud af det med muslimerne, hvilket selvfølgelig ikke lykkes. Serberne er mere realistiske og prøver at stable “Respublika Srpska” på benene – og kunne vel tænkes at følge eksemplet fra Syd-Sudan – hvis de fik lov. Det nu overvejede muslimske Bosnien er allerede en fejlslagen stat og travlt beskæftiget med at fordrive også de få serbere der er tilbage fra Kosovo – med dansk hjælp, naturligvis. Men i Holland har Geert Wilder’s partis- PVV – tilsynekomst som støtteparti for regeringen åbenbart allerede givet resultater – i modsætning til Dansk Folkepartis tilsvarende rolle i Danmark. Som muslimer er bosniakkerne  uintegrerbare i et civiliseret samfund og det kan selv en regering indse:

Sarajevo 5 Jan. (AKI): “The Netherlands has offered life benefits to Bosnians who settled in the country in the wake of the 1992-1995 war, if they decide to return home, Bosnian Ministry for Human Rghts and Refugees said on Wednesday.The ministry said it was informed by Netherlands authorities that the Dutch government would pay travelling expenses to returnees of up to 1,500 euros and life benefits to persons over 45 years of age. The monthly benefits for individuals would be 470 euros, or 670 euros per married couple, the ministry said. It is estimated that some 30,000 Bosnians settled in the Netherlands after the war and many have failed to integrate into Dutch society. The Dutch government said it was a “quality solution for all foreigners who have failed to integrate into Dutch society”. – The participants in the repatriation program would be allowed a one year trial period, after which they would have the right to return to the Netherlands. After that period, they would have to renounce Dutch citizenship and lose residential rights, the government said. In view of Bosnia’s crippled economy, huge unemployment and average monthly wage below 300 euros, it is generally expected that the repatriation program would yield good results.”

9 november 2010

Mulighed for eksplosiv stigning i den i forvejen tårnhøje kriminalitet

EU’s medlemslande har godkendt en ny visumaftale med Albanien og Bosnien-Hercegovina.

Dermed kan borgerne fra de to balkanlande allerede fra midten af december rejse ind i Danmark og resten af Schengen-området uden krav om visum.

On the EU side, some capitals are unhappy about the developments. The Netherlands is opposing the move, saying there has been too little progress in terms of democratisation, organised crime and corruption in Albania and Bosnia and pointing to the political chaos in both countries. France is also reluctant, fearing a massive influx of migrants.

The EU commission has given reassurances that Tirana and Sarajevo will make it clear that visa-free travel is not a ticket to asylum or residence in the EU after problems with Macedonian asylum seekers last year.

But even if France or the Netherlands votes No or abstain on Monday, the decision will be adopted by qualified majority.

3 juli 2009

Sarajevo – en muslimsk by

Bosnia is undergoing an “Islamization process” and Sarajevo has become “a Muslim city”.

So declared cardinal Franc Rodé after a visit to Bosnia on June 19-21. In an interview on Radio Vatican, the cardinal affirmed that Catholics were the main victims of the war and that many have fled the country. Many people left because their houses were burned down, others because of pressures and the fear of being killed. Numerous priests and monks have been assassinated. Churches and monasteries have been burnt or destroyed.

Mere på Gallia Watch