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The Meaning Of Mayor Freddie's Words

o the mayor of Brussels, Freddie Thielemans, refused to issue a permit for a September 11 march on the EU headquarters to protest the continuing Islamization of Europe on the grounds that he could not guarantee the marchers' safety. Only NOW do we know what those simple, hardly difficult to parse, words really meant. Not safety from crazed Muslim youths attacking with sword and swagger shouting Allah Akbar with every step! No, it turns out he was not talking about the immigrant population, but what he meant was he could not guarantee these mostly indigenous Europeans any safety from the...

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Okay Dhimmis, Shake It Off

kay dhimmis, Shake it off. Sign the petition to ask the Brussels mayor to reconsider his banning of a September 11 memorial protest march by the group "Stop the Islamization of Europe" - a protest in front of the EU headquarters... ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! NO SHARIA HERE! NEVER! DEMOCRACY NOT THEOCRACY! These are the rallying cries that people all over Europe are shouting far and wide to Islamists both within Europe and in other countries who seek to impose Sharia law upon European citizens. It is not only to Muslims, who seek to expand Islam across the whole of Europe,...


A Thousand And One Eurabian Nights

European essayist Fjordman turns in another brilliant analysis: rom the hardline EU Observer, Anthony Coughlan, a senior lecturer at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, notes that in every EU member state at present the majority of laws come from Brussels. Why do national politicians and representatives accept this situation? He suggests a plausible explanation: "At national level when a minister wants to get something done, he or she must have the backing of the prime minister, must have the agreement of the minister for finance if it means spending money, and above all must have majority support in the national...