Europe Died In Auschwitz

A guest post by IQ al Rassooli

The following is a translation of an article which was published in Spain AFTER the Madrid bombings by a Spanish journalist Sebastian Vivar Rodriguez: November 21, 2004.

“ I was walking along Raval (in Barcelona) when all of a sudden,

I understood that Europe died in Auschwitz.

We assassinated 6 million Jews in order to end up bringing in 20 million Muslims!

We burnt in Auschwitz the culture, intelligence and power to create.

We burnt the people of the world, the one who is proclaimed the chosen people of God.

We must admit that Europe, by relaxing its borders and giving in under the pretext of tolerance to the values of a fallacious cultural relativism, opened it’s doors to 20 million Muslims, often illiterates and fanatics that we could meet, at best, in places such as Raval, the poorest of the nations and of the ghettos, and who are preparing the worst, such as the 9/11 and the Madrid bombing and who are lodged in apartment blocs provided by the social welfare.

We have also exchanged culture with fanaticism, the capacity to create with the will to destroy, the wisdom with the superstition. We have exchanged the transcendental instinct of the Jews, who even under the worst possible conditions have always looked for a better peaceful world, for the suicide bomber.

We have exchanged the pride of life for the fanatic obsession of death.

Our death and that of our children.

What a grave mistake that we made!!!

Having studied these subjects over a period of two decades, I would like to point out the following simple FACTS, that invariably escape the attention of people, who do not have the time or make the effort to reflect upon these issues:

1 The Jews have lived in Europe for nearly 2000 years especially after the conquest of their country Judea by the Romans.

2 The Jews were NEVER a threat to Europe nor to Christianity in any way shape or form:
a) Not numerically
b) Not militarily
c) Not economically
d) Not culturally
e) Not theologically
f) Not racially
g) Not demographically
h) Not intellectually
i) They assimilated without loosing their identity
j) They survived in spite of their persecution & slaughter
k) They contributed enormously in the sciences, economics, medicine and other fields out of proportion to their numbers
l) They fought in the defence of their countries of residence whether French, German, English or Russian
m) They OBEYED all the rules of the lands they lived in and were utterly loyal to them

3 On the other hand:

a) The Muhammadan Muslims do NOT integrate or assimilate, because they are PROHIBITED from doing so by the Quran
b) They DEMAND their religious rights in our democracies while they deny every which one to US in their countries
c) They declare publicly, and in their mosques every Friday, their intention to SUBVERT our systems of freedoms and human rights and subjugate them instead to Muhammadan Islamic Shari’a
d) They use our own democracies and liberties to bring about the very changes that will destroy us
e) They are a threat demographically & theologically to Christian Europe
f) Their loyalty is first and foremost NOT to the countries they reside in but to the UMMA of Muhammadan Islam
g) Their threat to our freedoms, our religions, our liberties and our democracies is both INTERNAL as well as EXTERNAL

If some of these observations may sound racist or inflammatory to the ultra sensitive ears of the Politically Correct, they are NOT, since they are based entirely on FACTS & REALITY as we read about them and see them daily in our news.

Our worst enemies are from within us represented by many of:

Our SPINELESS politicians, our CRIMINALLY IGNORANT media, our UNCOMPREHENDING & MISGUIDED clergy and last but not least our utterly CONTEMPTIBLE academicians, all of whom are thus AIDING, ABETTING and COLLUDING with the very Muhammadans who seek our destruction.

IQ al Rassooli

WTF Open Thread

2008. The year of WTF.

People behaving out of character. A realignment on the political Right. The attempt to marginalize Christians. Weird, strange, unpredictable stuff. I can’t think of a better way to describe it than “WTF.”

First up, articles from NRO, Times Online, and JihadWatch.

Writing at NRO, Mark Steyn takes issue with those who would try to use the “nazi” label against the anti-jihad alliance. Roger Boyles continues the theme at the Times, And, writing at JihadWatch, Spencer takes on WSJ.

Mark Steyn says, “Silence = Acceptance”

We are told that the “vast majority” of the 1.6-1.8 billion Muslims (in Deepak Chopra’s estimate) are “moderate.” Maybe so, but they’re also quiet. And, as the AIDs activists used to say, “Silence=Acceptance.” It equals acceptance of the things done in the name of their faith. Rabbi Holtzberg was not murdered because of a territorial dispute over Kashmir or because of Bush’s foreign policy. He was murdered in the name of Islam — “Allahu Akbar.”

Roger Boyles reports from Berlin, “Mosques are a land grab, not a place of worship.”

So says Ralph Giordano, 85, Holocaust survivor. His protests against the grand mosque in Cologne brought a flood of supportive mail.

“…Mr. Giordano, we are afraid as you are of this creeping Islamification but we can’t say anything in public because we will end up being branded as neo-Nazis.”

The novelist and essayist pauses for effect. “Well, that’s something that cannot be pinned on me!”

Mr Giordano finds himself in the company of far-right activists. “Of course, you have to distance yourself clearly from these people – obviously their racist, neo-Nazis arguments are quite different from mine – but I am not going to be muzzled just because people are fighting on the same issue with false arguments and a false ideology.”

Also counterpunching against the PC “right” at JihadWatch,

Over the weekend, Robert Spencer called out Wall St. Journal drone James Taranto on his cynicism about the intentions of the man who is most adamant about preserving Western civilization, Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders.

Specifically, as Spencer points out, Taranto finds Wilders’ views on Islam “problematic” and isn’t sure whether or not Geert Wilders is simply an “anti-Islamic provocateur.” To which Spencer replies, “It is a pity that Taranto would characterize speaking accurately about how Muslims use Islamic texts and teachings to justify violence and Islamic supremacism as being an ‘anti-Islamic provocateur.’”

More WTF on the domestic front, as the Mother of all Bailouts continues….

The Ohio Agriculture Department conducts a SWAT Team raid on a food co-op known as the Mana Storehouse. The charge? Running a retail establishment without a license. No kidding. Selling unlicensed food is now an offense worthy of a SWAT Team raid. Read more here.

At Euromoney, Helen Avery reports that the settlement system for the US Government bond market has broken down.

And,at the Market Oracle, Martin Weiss says, “America’s Second Great Depression has started.”

Right now, our country’s finances have deteriorated too far to balance the federal budget anytime soon. But it’s not too late to avoid some major financial blunders that could seriously weaken our country for the rest of the century. Even in the worst-case scenario, it is certainly not too late for you to protect your savings, boost your income and grow your wealth.

How long could the depression last? How much further can home prices fall? How far down will the stock market go? Will it be as bad as the 1930s? At this juncture, you can count on your fingers the number of serious analysts who believe that’s even a remote possibility. And yet, stranger things have already happened, including the largest bank and insurance company collapses of all time.

And, on a lighter note, Sparty claims that Chris Petersen will be named head coach at Mississippi State, right after today’s SEC Championship game, even though Petersen and everyone else denies it. I hope Sparty’s right.

Also, South Panola’s 89 game win streak is snapped by Meridian in the 5A Championship game. Yes Virgina, Meridian’s All-State QB Tyler Russell is headed to Mississippi State! C’mon Chris Petersen.

Finally, GN Magazine has “Surprising Truths” you may not know about the Nativity story.

“All-Out War” in Georgia

South Ossetia, in the central European nation of Goergia is the scene of bitter fighting between the Russian Federation and national defense forces from Georgia. Witnesses said the South Ossetian capital of Tskhinvali was devastated, with reports of hundreds of civillian deaths.

Russia sent columns of tanks and reportedly bombed Georgian air bases yesterday after Georgia launched a major military offensive to retake the breakaway province of South Ossetia, threatening to ignite a broader conflict…

“I saw bodies lying on the streets, around ruined buildings, in cars,” said Lyudmila Ostayeva, 50, who had fled with her family to Dzhava, a village near the border with Russia. link

Georgia told the UN security council today that Russia mounted a “premeditated” attack on its territory that inflicted many civilian casualties.

Irakli Alasania, Georgian ambassador to the UN, addressed the public during an emergency meeting to discuss the fighting.

“Russia launched a blunt and open invasion of Georgia and has challenged the international community and its established democracy,” said Alasania, whose remarks were supported by the United States.

“The United States is profoundly disturbed by this development and we call on Russia to cease all attacks and respect Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity,” US Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad said.

Europe or Eurabia?

Daniel Pipes says,

“I foresee potentially one of three paths for Europe: Muslims dominating, Muslims rejected, or harmonious integration.”

Great read.

A muslim state in Europe

Kosovo seceded from Serbia yesterday.

The new country was recognized by the US and the EU today.

Paris was first to announce its move after a European Union foreign ministers’ meeting in Brussels, and Britain, Germany and Italy followed immediately.

Then Washington said the words Kosovo’s 2 million Albanians have long dreamed of.

“The United States has today formally recognized Kosovo as a sovereign and independent state. We congratulate the people of Kosovo on this historic occasion,”Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said in a statement.

The EU appealed for calm after Serbian protesters stoned Western embassies in Belgrade on Sunday night …

….. A new, independent muslim state in Europe ….

The line of the day comes from French Foreign Minister Kouchner, “It’s the end of the Balkan troubles.”

In my humble opinion, the “Balkan troubles” have just now begun in earnest. The smartest guys in DC, Paris London, Rome, Berlin, and across Europe are saying this is a great day. The rest of us are shaking our heads in disbelief.

When the Paris suburbs decide to secede from France, I wonder if Kouchner, et al will maintain a consistent position.

Nic and Carla tie the knot

nicandcarlasarkozy.jpgPARIS – They had a glitzy, jet-setting courtship, but when it came time for the wedding, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and former supermodel Carla Bruni opted for a simple, classic ceremony — and the bride wore white.
Sarkozy, 53, and Bruni, 40, were married Saturday in a small private ceremony at the presidential Elysee Palace, less than three months after they reportedly first met, and less than four months after his divorce from the previous first lady, Cecilia.

The newlyweds said in a statement only that they tied the knot “in the presence of their families in the strictest privacy.” The mayor who performed the ceremony filled in the details.

nicandcarlasarkozy2.jpg“The bride wore white; she was ravishing, as usual,” Francois Lebel, mayor of Paris’ eighth arrondissement, or neighborhood, told Europe-1 radio. The groom wore a suit and tie, and he “wasn’t bad either,” Lebel said.

About 20 friends and family members attended the 20-minute official ceremony in an Elysee drawing room, Le Bel said. He referred to Sarkozy and Bruni as “young newlyweds” and said the wedding showed “great simplicity and apparently a lot of affection between the spouses.”

read more from AP 

Taxation without representation?

This is one of the more bizarre articles that I’ve read in some time, as reported in Brussels Journal

American presidential elections are not “home affairs.” American decisions have repercussions all over the globe. The American mortgage crisis affects banks in Europe. The insatiable American demand for oil makes the Arabian sheiks rich. The American refusal to care for the environment causes the North Pole ice to melt and coastal areas in Asia to flood. A weakened dollar and an immense budget deficit affect the global economy.

Hence, the world should be given the right to vote. Because the current situation is a blatant case of taxation without representation, against which the Americans rebelled in 1776. But of course the world will not be allowed to vote. The best we can hope for is that the Americans choose a leader who is deeply aware of the U.S.’s responsibility, as a superpower, for the rest of mankind.

The international community was able to limit America’s hegemony somewhat through organisations for international consultation, agreements and the corresponding judicial apparatus. But that system is in crisis, partly through the actions of the current American president.

Wait a minute. The Euros might be on to something. Hillary is looking for votes to beat back B. Hussein Obama, and she’ll do anything to win, even giving the franchise to “the world.”

It could work.  Not.

/Now go away before I am forced to taunt you again.

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