Islamisation

They think Marine le Pen is their enemy when their real enemy is Islamic law

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I follow the facebook page My Stealthy Freedom that posts photos of women’s risking imprisonment and even execution for not wearing the compulsory Hijab in Iran. You would think that they would be happy that French politician Marine le Pen refused to wear the hijab when pressured to do so in Lebanon, a country that was once a Christian majority country. Instead, they bemoan the lack of left-wing politicians who are prepared to stand up for their rights as Muslim women. Marine le Pen is right-wing and a strong critic of Islam so her bravery in standing up to the Lebanese Grand Mufti doesn’t count because of her “worrisome agenda” Read more »

Hey NZ politicians, have you heard of Geert Wilders?

screenshot-whaleoil.co.nz Dutch prime ministerial hopeful Geert Wilders has said that the Quran is more anti-Semitic than “Mein Kampf

Hey New Zealand politicians, have you heard about Geert Wilders?

He’s the leader of a political party in the Netherlands called the “Party for Freedom”. He’s campaigning in the Dutch elections, which will be held just three weeks from now.

The media hate him. The European Union hates him. And most of all, advocates of open borders and mass immigration hate him.

Because Wilders opposes mass Muslim migration. And he has called for the de-Islamification of the Netherlands.

Wilder is under constant threat of assassination by Muslim extremists. And he’s been prosecuted by the Dutch government for “hate speech”, merely for criticizing their open borders policies.

Oh — did I mention it? Geert Wilders is currently leading the polls.

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“Stop Islamisation” movement in Whanganui upsets

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The “racist” anti-Muslim rants included in a pamphlet circulating in Whanganui have upset some locals but have been defended by the group posting them.

Headed “Stop Islamisation” the pamphlet has been delivered to letter boxes across the city and the inflammatory commentary had a number of people contacting the Chronicle expressing their disgust.

It claims Muslims are arriving in New Zealand as refugees but only intent on changing our “laws, culture and daily life to suit Muslims”. It goes on to claim their main goal is to “kill anyone” who doesn’t believe in their God (Allah).

“Islamic associations, backed by endless amounts of Saudi oil money, put pressure on local government, school boards, community groups and central government to give Muslims special treatment and exempt them from our laws,” the flyer says.

“Islam demands our society accept their backward and barbaric practices and beliefs (child marriage, death penalty, polygamy) to name a few.

Enough is enough. Join the Resistance against insane immigration policies and fear-based silence.”

That would have been a bit in the face for people who haven’t been faced with the Islamisation argument before.  Read more »

Christian Christmas in Crisis

A festive Starbucks Christmas cup before they changed their policy in order to be ' nclusive'

A festive Starbucks Christmas cup before they changed their policy in order to be ‘ inclusive’

Islamisation is a real phenomenon. America and other Western countries have always had a diverse population made up of immigrants but the majority were always Christian. As that changed and countries became more secular Christian symbols for Christian holidays were replaced with Santa and other images that promoted consumerism. Despite that, Christmas trees and the message of joy and peace to the world remained and one very large and well known American business until recently was known for having special takeaway coffee cups with christmas symbols and messages on them until now.

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A universal truth is well… universal

I don’t understand. When the Left talk about human rights, women’s rights, gay rights and children’s rights we are on the same page. I am a conservative, right wing, libertarian but some ideas are universal. You don’t have to vote one way or the other to agree about basic human rights and what is right and what is wrong. What I don’t understand, and I mean this sincerely, is why some on the Left support these things when left-wing activists promote them but condemn them when right-wing activists promote them. It is as if they think that they, exclusively, own those views and if we say we share them then we must have a hidden agenda.

We have common ground here people. If we work together so much more can be achieved. I can only wonder if this is really about fear and that all to often it is the right-hand side of the political spectrum that has the courage to be ‘provocative’ to risk harm and to speak up in the face of death threats. When I believe something it is not skin deep it goes all the way to my core. I do not change my stance because it is no longer easy or safe to hold that view. I hold a view because I believe it.

A while back I wrote about an upcoming Gay march through a mainly Muslim area of Sweden. The media have been strangely silent about it so I went looking to find out what actually happened when it went ahead. Remember that these kind of marches are very common in Sweden as they have been happening for a long time and are part of their culture.

Sweden is widely known for its progressive political stance regarding the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual and Queer) community, with the highlight being decriminalising homosexual relationships in 1944.

-allafrica.com

The only difference this time was that it was organised by the right not the left.

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