Sunday, October 29, 2006

The Rioting In Europe Is Planned - The Jihad Is Worldwide And Coordinated

Thanks to Jeremayakovka for making me aware of this video.

Paul Belien discusses the New Intifada which is just starting to brew in France. It is clearly planned. (My opinion is it is probably planned by one of the major terrorist organizations. Think of it as similar to boxing. They want to hit us from all angles, so we become confused and start to lose our will):

Some Europeans are already giving up:

We Are Watching The World Of Yesterday

The German author Henryk M. Broder recently told the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant (12 October) that young Europeans who love freedom, better emigrate.

Europe as we know it will no longer exist 20 years from now. Whilst sitting on a terrace in Berlin, Broder pointed to the other customers and the passers-by and said melancholically: “We are watching the world of yesterday.”

Europe is turning Muslim. As Broder is sixty years old he is not going to emigrate himself. “I am too old,” he said. However, he urged young people to get out and “move to Australia or New Zealand. That is the only option they have if they want to avoid the plagues that will turn the old continent uninhabitable.”

Many Germans and Dutch, apparently, did not wait for Broder’s advice. The number of emigrants leaving the Netherlands and Germany has already surpassed the number of immigrants moving in. One does not have to be prophetic to predict, like Henryk Broder, that Europe is becoming Islamic. Just consider the demographics. The number of Muslims in contemporary Europe is estimated to be 50 million. It is expected to double in twenty years. By 2025, one third of all European children will be born to Muslim families. Today Mohammed is already the most popular name for new-born boys in Brussels, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and other major European cities.

Broder is convinced that the Europeans are not willing to oppose islamization. “The dominant ethos,” he told De Volkskrant, “is perfectly voiced by the stupid blonde woman author with whom I recently debated. She said that it is sometimes better to let yourself be raped than to risk serious injuries while resisting. She said it is sometimes better to avoid fighting than run the risk of death.”

In a recent op-ed piece in the Brussels newspaper De Standaard (23 October) the Dutch (gay and self-declared “humanist”) author Oscar Van den Boogaard refers to Broder’s interview. Van den Boogaard says that to him coping with the islamization of Europe is like “a process of mourning.” He is overwhelmed by a “feeling of sadness.” “I am not a warrior,” he says, “but who is? I have never learned to fight for my freedom. I was only good at enjoying it.”

Here's what I have to say about that:

Listen, my European friends. Do not listen to this old pussy of a man, this author Van den Boogaard. What a pathetic admission. "I never learned how to fight for my freedom. I was only good at enjoying it." I mean, I admire to guy for admitting it, in a way, but for God's sake, why attempt to inure a whole younger generation with your failings.

It's time to fight, Europe. The streets are yours. The government is yours. You are yours. You belong to yourself. You own yourself. The government does not own you. The government exists because you give it power. If you take away the people there is no France, there is no Germany, there is no Sweden.

If the government will not protect you, then fuck the government. Protect your own streets. They are yours. Walk down them and think to yourself, do I want these to be taken away? Do I want to lose the museums, opera houses, the cathedrals, the restaurants, all the things European culture has built up over the years? They belong to you, not to the government.

The government is temporary. There have been many Kings and Queens and Prime Ministers. It is the people and the culture of Europe that are permanent.

The Islamists are nothing. They are backward. Europe has more power in its pinky than Muslims have in their entire world. The question is, will Europe use that power. All you have to do is choose to use the power you have.

Time to fight. Get up and do it.


Pastorius said...

One positive thing I can say for europe is that the French police themselves are admitting they are at war. And, the French police are not backing down. Instead, they are asking for better weapons.

That is a very good thing.

However, if the "youths" attempt to create another 45 days of rioting this year, then they need to be put down, as it says in Apocalypse Now, "with extreme prejudice."

sonnyspats1 said...

Yes pastorius. May I put forth a question? What is the military response to an out and out civil was? Do they take sides and if so whose?

sonnyspats1 said...


Dag said...

Every man owns his own life as his own private property. That came to me in a discussion some years ago with a Muslim who claimed that he and all other Muslims are "the slaves of Allah." He was devasted that I wasn't having any of it. My response that I won my existence and that it doesn't belong to anyone else, not even Allah, set him off on a rant that might well have continued on to this day had things worked out differently for him. In the Muslim worldview, his life is owned by Allah, and therefore there is a parallel universe of ownership, his tribe owns him and his father owns him and therefore he owns his sons and wives and daughters, and all of them own their dhimmis. At best, and of the most sophisticated Muslims, we are talking medieval people; of the majority we speak of Stone Age people. Those are the primitives I refer to when I write of philobarbarism. They are not a serious threat to us in the West. We are the serious threat to us in the West. It is our own Left dhimmi fascists who are our greatest enemies. The primitives have zero chance of defeating us, and actually nearly zero chance of hurting us in any meaningful sense unless we allow them to. But that is only true so long as we understand that we own our own lives as our own private property, which Europeans seem not to.

We cannot be beaten by any powers on Earth.

Look clearly at our eforts in the early 1940s: America fought and destroyed not just the most powerful European nation's highly trained and motivated military machine, i.e. Germany, we simulatneously beat and annihilated Japan, nearly as militarily effective as Germany. In terms of economy, science, and technology in the 1940s America and the Axis powers were roughly on par. We beat them with no doubt. We cannot lose in any conflict against pewople who live in caves and rely on our money and technology to fight us. Only we can beat us. And even that is highly unlikely in that our Left fasscists are usually in no position to make command decisions regarding military issues. We, and that means western Europe too, are unbeatable even in a civil war. Nor does it matter if that civil war is demographically waged. The West is not simply nations of various names as if they were somehow seperable from the West. France cannogt be lost to the West without the entire West losing its identity. Meaning: if Muslims were to take over France, then America, not France, would be harmed. A Muslim France would not be an organic part of Western identity, and therefore could not b e harmed in itself; but we as a western identity would be harmed by losing part of our collective world. One cannot attack an arm without atticking the body as a whole; and having the right to protect the body, any response from the body in protection of the part is justified, regardless of the seeming autonomy of the part. Freance belongs not simply to the French but to the West as a whole; and if the French, as an example, were to cause itself harm by allowing itself to fall tothe Muslim mass, iot is right and laawful that we as part of the whole to restore our selves to wholeness regardless of the part's objections. No one can stop us but our own selves, and even then only our most powerful parts can lose by doing nothing in self defence. I think that's highly unlikely.

Thye individuals of Europe have no legitimate right to destroy our collective Western heritage. If they were to try to do so, even passively by commiting suicide by abortion, then they can do so as individuals but not without our right response as fellow Westerners bent on war in self-defence of our collective Western identity.

We must ask ourselves if we do in deed own our own lives as privatge property or if we own it not in deed but only in theory. And if in theory only, then perhaps not at all in any concrete practice. If we own our own lives as private property, then we have proprietary rights and responsibilities to protect our lives as our private property. Those Europeans and American fascists who feel that we do not own our own lives as private property feel that we are al part of a general and universal collective identity of the brotherhood of Man. Thus, if a majortity of man decides that this must be that, then all must follow the will of the majority; but if that is against my properietary rights, I have a right to resist with neccessary force. My right is to own my own life as my property; and if another decides to sell his life, then my right to own my own life is at risk; and that means I must stop my fellow from harming my property in the same way that I have a right to stop a man from setting his house afire if it's connected to mine. Europe is my property in the same fashion, and my right is the same. No one can destroy Europe without us, the strong in the World, allowing others to do so against our interests. If we decide that we do not own our own lives, that we are part of a greater universal brotherhood of Man, then we do not have propeitary rights to defend in our personal cases, and then we should indeed let Muslims do as they will, they being us to a greater degree than we as Westerners.

If we own our own lives as private property, thenso do others, the French, for example; and should they care to have abortions and commit suicide, that is very much their individual choice. Nevertheless, we still have propietary rights as community members, having a right to decide and protect our communal identity as Westerners, in the same way that if my neighbour wishes to raise chickens in his back yard I have a right to stop him from destroying the peace and good order of my surrounding comminity. If I'm the only one left in a neighbourhood of gypsies, then the rest of the populaation of the city still has the right to revoke the residencies of those who would destroy the greater community regardless of my solitariness. We cannot allow murder in one neighborhood and not in all others as well. But we cannot rightly interfer in anothers legitimate right to his enjoyment of his own life if it doesn't directly affect us.

So let the Europeans do as they will till it impinges on us as a Western whole. It is very likely that no such need will arise for us: the French and others will split between those too dispirited to live, and they will die out in whatever conflict the Left fascists provoke in their futile attempt to reinstall the feudal order. At this point their creepy behaviour hurts only them; but when it hurts us as a whole then we will naturally intervene and retake what is ours aqnyway, regardless of any fascist resistence.

We cannot at this time rightly intervene in the legitimate internal affairs of the sovereign nation of France. Not yet. We can only at this time warn the Europeans to clean up their affairs. We can, but we likely won't.

It is mostly Western Europeans who created the successful areas of the New World. There was mostly a one-way migration. It could well be time to reverse that trend. Not yet. Perhap[s soon. First we must allow the times to ripen, to let the Europeans prove themselves capable of retaining our collective identiy as a Western world. If they cannot, then they will be in no postion to resist us tqaking it from those who defeat them.

First dibs on Bordeaux.

Anonymous said...

More insanity in Britanistan, from

"The proposals also include action to ban demonstrators from covering their faces to avoid police scrutiny, and tougher powers to arrest demonstrators seeking to inflame tensions. They have been drawn up by Scotland Yard, and submitted to the Attorney General, Lord Goldsmith, by Britain's most senior muslim police chief, Assistant Commissioner Tarique Ghaffur." .....

"Other proposals included a police power, when approving demonstrations and marches, to attach conditions covering banners and making clear demonstrators should not cover their faces. He emphasised that it did not include Muslim women wearing the veil. " .....

"Mr Ghaffur made clear there was no intention to interfere with the right, for example, of Muslim women to wear the veil. The target of police action should be those trying to conceal their identities to frustrate police intelligence gathering and law enforcement. "

von Schlichtningen said...

It sure looks bleak. But as Dag also points out - there are few soldiers if any more effective than the Western. My hope is that Europe eventually will eventually wake when the writing on the wall becomes clear. The uprisings in France is actually a postive event seen in that light.

Belien (he is a great) in the video talks about how he could not call killers predators. You are not allowed to compare humans to animals. No problem. They are actually worse than animals. Ie. terrorists have no human or even animal rights.

Anonymous said...

You gotta go over to Jawa Report and see the Charlie Brown goes Jihad vid, there's also a link at Jihad Watch, I mean just hysterical...

Pastorius said...

Thus far, the French police are in the fight, and they are more so than the French government, so I would assume that the French military is likewise in the fight.

The only problem is, from what I understand, 15% of the French military is Muslim. That could cause some problem.

However, you don't need the whole military to fight. I would imagine the Muslims are not the high ranking officers. They have not been in France for enough years. Muslim immigration is a relatively recent phenomenon in France.

The sooner something starts, the better it will be for everyone. I pray to God the French don't allow any more rioting to go on.

Pastorius said...

I was thinking of you when I wrote this post.

Pastorius said...

You bring up a good point about the Nazi dogma that the volk are slaves to the Reich. Thanks.

I have to say that in the New Testament, there are verses in which Paul pronounces himself a "bondservant of Christ."

The difference, however, is as a Christian one is a bondservant by choice. It's always BY CHOICE in the Judeo-Christian tradition.

Anonymous said...

It is true that this is at the forefront, and that is what allows conscience to win out over fear and dogma. Most Christians will opt for kindness and tolerance. But we should always remember that we have the extra protection of that respect for individual conscience embedded in our laws -- and why.

Several days a week I drive over the North River in Salem. A bit over 300 years ago, a man from neighboring Danvers had to row up that river in the middle of the night, retrieve his mother's dead body from the ravine into which she had been thrown after having been hanged as a witch, then row back down the river so her family could bury her at home. This Tuesday night tens of thousands of Hallowe'en revelers will pass over that same river, and no one will bother them (unless they fall off the train from Boston drunk as lords and proceed to raise hell over on Derby St., which doesn't ususally start happening until after 9 anyway).

A lot of people don't like Salem's "Haunted Happenings" night -- there's always a contingent of fundies telling us we're all going to hell (yeah, they're on Derby St. too) -- but people can go to the street party without fear (just be sure to dodge the kids with the beer after 9), because if some fanatics ever resorted to violence, the Salem police would be all over them like ugly on an imam. Speaking of which, I'm going over there in my MO's Da Bomb Danish cartoon T-shirt with the Annoying Thing frog (the one Pam uses on her site) perched on my shoulder. Should be interesting to see what reaction I get. Or if I even get one.

Pastorius said...

Heh. I wish I could see that RevereRides Again.

Anonymous said...

Good thread (and thanks for the nod, Pastorius). A few thoughts:

1a) Your remarks, P, are the exact kind of 4th quarter, last time-out, :52 on the clock, ball on your own 40, down by 5, ass-kicking coach's speech that Western Europe needs right now.

1b) Maybe European nations need to purge their military's ranks of fence-sitters or those with any kind of demonstrated "dual loyalty" vis-a-vis Islam. Like Lenin said, "Better fewer, but better."

2) Documentary evidence of to what extent these riots are incited, manipulated, and/or approved by Muslims, especially Muslims in Europe, will be very helpful in taking out the counter-jihad message to any fence-sitters. David Horowitz in Unholy Alliance footnotes a source showing that terrorists organized in a Brooklyn, NY mosque in the 1990s. We need more of that.

3) I like the point about Christian faith by choice. Onward Christian soldiers!

Pastorius said...

Thanks for the props. You know, it seems to me this whole notion of the people on the government sounds pretty alien to us all at this point, even to us Americans.

I'm hoping that by repeating that over and over maybe a little revelutionary spirit will kick in.

It is a beautiful idea, isn't it?

Anonymous said...

Time to tweak that line from that old movie Network, "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore!"
--> "I'm sane as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore!"

Any infidels who don't like can go suck on a stick shift....

Pastorius said...

LOL! That's funny.

Hey, how'd you like the scene from the Godfather. No one commented on that. That cracks me up, especially in this context.


Anonymous said...

It's a good scene from a great American movie. Good God, we need to squeeze all the lessons to be had from it! I'm not too concerned that some people under 30 won't get the Sinatra reference, that's fine. Unfortunately, we need to smack into action many *Americans* as well as Europeans right now.

btw, thanks for the round-table with Mark Steyn. It was a very informative listen.

Pastorius said...

You know, I haven't even listened to it yet. Did I sound nervous?


I was. Like I said, in my question, it is quite an honor to speak to that man.

Dag said...

I don't distinguish anymore between men and women when I write about people generally. I assume that the average reader will know what I write as it's written in cranky-speak as opposed to Orwellian new speak. I deliberately do not use shabby "s/he" or "he/she" and so on because it's pedantic and obnoxious. I'm pedantic and obnoxious, and I hate competiion in the field.

Pastorius, I'm happy thqat you're staying on top of this topic so I can fume and speculate further on it. My prediticons last Dec. and again in Feb. were logical and rational and would probably have come about if conditions were natural as opposed to the concocted situation we see now. I'm not saying the jihadi upper echelon has deliberately done this to thwart me. I suspect they have other reasons for withholding the troops from the natural conflict that should have arisen. Truepeers suggested back then that the top would keep things under control if only to keep the streets safe for the sake of drug-dealing and prostitution rackets. It's likely they do so, and also in check waiting for orders from outside France, looking at Denmark as our clue to why.

But it will only last so long before the taste for blood is unquenchable and the yoots fling caution and deferment to authorities to the winds.

I came up with the term "Yoots" some time last year because that's how my French girlfriend would pronounce it. I sede it in common use often now. It shows that we have a deep impact on the greater world, trivial in this particular case, but still deep in other areas. So, if I may, I'd like to again promote the use of one of my favorite neologisms, one favoring women's rights if not feminism, the term "Whimmitude." It's one more weapon in our arsenal. It might also redeem my insensitive self in the eyes of those who look askance at me. Given the nature of my ever-changing reputation I think right now I could use some help-out.

Jeremayakovka said...

Did I sound nervous? Ever so little.
No problem: I tripped over a sentence when I met David Horowitz a couple of years ago. Now we email each other once every few months. Just soldier on in your own way.

sonnyspats1 said...

I am posting from FL USA. pastorius ,I thought your movie idea is timley and relative. I saw the trilogy. Exellent adaptation from the book although it was out of sequence cronologically. I received that book as a hand me down from my brother, sent home from a maximun security penitentary in 1969-71. My father was Sicilian, born in Philladelphia in 1922. He lived in South Philly a smaller version Brooklyn N.Y.. My father had a very strong work ethic and desire to succeed ,coupled with a feirce moral character and absolute devotion to the Catholic Faith. Ha Ha-He was "be good or I'll kill you" It was an interesting combination , that is, my father and my oldest brother who was kinda my hero. I read books to investigate my perceived heritage. It is interesting to note that the forunner to la cosa nostre in Sicily was the black hand. The name came about out of a moralistic appraoch to stealing. It concluded you only use one hand when stealing which was the only part of the theif to be defiled from his crime. The group was born in desporate times and stealing was seen as a neccessary evil for survival. I don't know the year of its origin or the transition into la cosa nostre. I do know that it wasn't until 1961-2 the U.S. government was made aware of its existence. Joseph Valachi turned federal witness , he would later cut his own wrists in a warm bath in federal prision. Thats a long run for the code of silence I'm guessing 80 years. Sicily became a refiner of poppies. I don't know the date or place but there was an Arab connection. Al Capone was larger than life. He was born in Hells Kitchen in NYC. Among his child hood friends were Frank Nitti and Meyer Lanski.Copone was a bonifide street fighting killer in his teens. He was a millionaire by the age of 25. He fled prosicution in NYC and moved to Chicago. Once at dinner with six or so associates in his home ,he blougened two guests to death with a baseball bat. This was done at the dinner table in full view of his accociates. The rest is well known ,but sadly he did not receive the large mob send off at his funeral. Just a few facts ,that I found to be interesting Forgive the spelling its late here and I am getting tired.

Pastorius said...

I've read a bit on the mafia. You're right. The word "mafia" has arabic origins, and it means "boldness, braggadocio". I learned that from Mario Puzo. Interesting that the Moors had such an impact on Sicilian culture.

There is Sicilian blood in my family. But, it doesn't touch me (that's an interesting modern story), so I've been around the Sicilian thing.

I also knew some people personally, when I was a kid, who were more than likely Mafia connected at a very high level. Nice people, actually, except for their prejudices.

The Capone baseball bat incident is depicted in DePalma's movie about Capone. That's a pretty frightening scene.

The best mafia movie I have ever seen, other than the Godfather movies, is Donnie Brasco. That's a brilliant movie.

Anyway, I'm a big fan of mafia movies. I imagine the real world of the mafia is not as well ordered. But, I also imagine that there is a similar refusal to dance on the strings of the pezzonovante. I admire that. One should never be fooled into believing they have to play maidservant to those who are in power.

Snouck said...

This is more like it, Pastorius.


sonnyspats1 said...

pastorius. braggadocio is a luxury today. You learned from Mario personally or in his writtings? Yes I saw in the Capone movie it had an exellent cast. was based on the book I read. I can,t remember the author. Donnie Brasco was good too. A couple others were The Pope of Greenwich Village,A Bronx Tale, Good Fellas,Casino.These movies just enforce the reasons why not to be Mafiosi ,other than the God Father. Don Corleone was right the drugs destroyed the loyalty. Everybody kills everybody,same family or not. You can have that life. I own a small business I get a little freedom from the pezzonovante. Still todays environment is freakish compared to old school. The women especially nothing but looks and money . At my age I spend time alone. its ok . Women are like busses there is a new comming in a little while! Where do you live. This is an exelent site with largevolumes of information and many links. My complements to all its contributors. I am active in the election campaign here in Florida. The left is winning seats. They will cut military spending. This cannot happen. We are in a precarious position and must not cut from Iraq. The clouds are gathering we could realize any number of scenerios from mild to chaos to total global enialation. We are definitely in a fight for dominance here. It seems both parties are in the world government camp. Then comes Islam talk about Mafia!!!! Mabey they know something our leaders are not telling us. Like not wanting to be a part of the new world order.I think Europe is fighting for its existance. I find that very sad and maddening. My mother went throught WWII in England and prevailed victorious. I see the footage and read the history of the Battle of Britain. A strong human spirit cannot be killed by fear! So keep the Faith and God Bless! see you later Vincent Spataro PS What is your party affiliation. Where do you live?

Pastorius said...

I'm a registered Democrat from Cali, but the Democratic party has gone crazy. They forgot they were American.

sonnyspats1 said...

Pastorius.Yeah I'll say from what I see and hear. I felt when Regans politics were more old shcool Democratic back then, till he weakened. In the late seventies things were a big mess. Just comming off watergate, and vietnam then Carter with the recesion, and inflation. Then the gas shortages. I checked out what Regan with Cali and I liked what I heard. I am not a fan of welfare,regan had a plan and reduced welfare. A bunch of other stuf ,He was effective in implementing change. I would have been happy with change in any direction. Low and behold was I suprised! Anyway I been voting that way ever since.