Thursday, January 24, 2008

Danish Muslim Party: Denmark Will Be Muslim Soon

The Muslims of Denmark are very confident that they will soon claim Denmark as the land of Allah:

Dansk Muslim Party says it will be biggest party of Denmark ''and it may be soon. First day after Turkey becomes EU member country - about one million 20-50 years old Muslims may move to Denmark? And after that Denmark will be a Muslim country? Be ready!''

A small website "" claiming to be that of the Dansk Muslim Parti (Danish Muslim Party) "DAMP" has published a "press release" in poor English mixed with Danish, saying that "Danish Muslim party's only agenda is to get Muslims into Danish politics and into the parliament, no matter what our ideas and religious or political beliefs are."

Citing the logic that as they live in Denmark and number around 700,000 Muslims, "we could actually have about 60 (=1/3) Muslim representatives in Danish parliament, and therefore also in Danish government", that Denmark may be the first Muslim land in Europe and able to have Muslim ideas, values and viewpoints become heard, respected and understood better, and discrimination stopped.

It says that "we have Freedom of religion in Denmark, and therefore everyone has the right to practice their religion what ever it is, and also society must respect every religion and accept its manners and beliefs therefore for example the Danish People's Party's (DF) opinions and agenda may be criminal, and may become judged as a crime if judged according to international laws."

The website itself is a free home page hosted by a Danish internet service at no expense to DAMP, thus giving the lie that it is not possible to read anywhere what Muslims or immigrants think or say about the situation in Denmark, although DAMP appears not to have much to say beyond its amateur attempt at a press release. Any media coverage of it is bound to be unfavorable, if this party is registered and actually exists, while a party that has no money to put up a professional site clearly is no threat to Danish democracy.

The treatise which appears to be the work of a single semi-literate and poorly educated person judging from its arguments and presentation goes on to say that the "Muslim party will be biggest party of Denmark - and it may be soon. First day after Turkey becomes EU member country - about one million 20-50 year old Muslims [may] move to Denmark, and after that Denmark [may] be a muslim country. Be ready!" Presenting this argument in a threatening way without explaining what and how Danes should "be ready."

The communique then goes on to soothe Danish nerves, saying that "many Danes feel this strange, because Denmark has not had a Muslim government before - but we can assure you that everything will be better in Muslim Denmark: No drugs, no crime, peace, and humanity - instead of drug culture, immorality, possibly human rights crimes and violence which we have now. But we may not wait that - we must be a party of government already now."

While the site clearly has little or no professional backing, compelling logic or force of argument, let alone practical and meaningful policies, and therefore no chance of making headway in politics, it makes for interesting reading into the mind set prevalent among uneducated Muslims primarily from South Asia, who believe that the spread of Islam is not by ideas, good example and respect but by way of immigration, force of numbers and taking over the host in similar ways to the European Zionist regime's occupation of Palestine.

And silly as that all may seem, the Turkish seem to agree:

If you thought Turkey was no threat to the West, think again. A new generation of politicians is aiming to Islamise the state by stealth. The AKP - Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi, or Justice and Development Party - has a stranglehold on Turkey for the foreseeable future.

The AKP was founded to replace a previous Islamic party banned for extremism. It benefited hugely from the corruption scandals that dragged down the previous government, taking two-thirds of parliament in the 2002 general election (on a third of the vote).

On Friday, its ex-foreign secretary Abdullah Gul narrowly failed to win a victory in the first round of presidential elections. The result was close enough to prompt public demonstrations by secularists ahead of the second round voting on May 2, and a statement from the military - long the guardians of Turkey's secular traditions - warning against a pro-Islam political agenda.

Since coming to power, the AKP has done nothing revolutionary, but it does have a revolutionary agenda. For all their suavity, its leaders seek to transform the country into a Sunni Muslim republic. This collides with institutions and laws strictly limiting Islam's role in public life, and with a long-standing security alliance with Israel.

It also collides with democracy itself, for no Koranic state can have a sovereign parliament free to legalise such abominations as equal rights for women and homosexuals or the drinking of alcohol.

A sinister slogan attributed to the AKP is that democracy is 'a bus we can ride until we reach our station'. Under Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his foreign secretary Abdullah Gul, the party has been cautious until now.

But abroad the AKP has been more strident. Turkey has stepped up relations with Muslim countries and cooled them with Israel. They have capitalised on public suspicion of theWestern war on terror and yet have pursued Turkey's application to join the EU.

There is no inconsistency. The AKP's apparent ambitions in Europe are its most strategic deceptions. Ostensibly, the aim is simply to accelerate Turkey's climb to prosperity.

However, a key condition imposed by the EU is the army's abrogation of political authority - which suits the AKP just fine, for the military is the greatest barrier to Islamisation. Moreover, the party shares the Islamist belief that Europe will inevitably be conquered by the high birthrates of its Muslim inhabitants - and Turkey's entry would immediately add some 70 million.

Are you ready, my European friends?


Anonymous said...

2 words came to my mind; "Civil" & "War"

Pastorius said...

Yeah, if the Muslims keep pushing, and the government doesn't take the steps needed to protect it's citizens, that's where this will all end up.

Emanuele Ciriachi said...

Anyone can confirm this? Seems a forgery to me - this so-called "DAMP" is nowhere to be found, the article isn't posted in major news websites or anti-Islamic websites, and the way it's written is weird, to say the least...

Pastorius said...

Hi Emanuele,
As the article says, it is a small party, not very well known.

However, you can find them at

Here's a Google link pertaining to them:

Emanuele Ciriachi said...

Do they have a street address? Are they registered for elections? Do they hold speeches, meetings, ecc.? Is it known to the press?

My feeling is that their (crappy) website could just be someone's joke or provocation.

Of course as someone that knows Islam throughly I'm very sure that many fucking sons of Allah would find their modus operandi agreeable. I just don't give revelance to "perfect nobodies" like they appear to be...

Pastorius said...

It has occurred to me that this site could have been posted by counter-Jihadis who are attempting to provoke more hatred of Islam.

I think you could be correct.

By the way, this story is months old. You ought to check out our main page.

Emanuele Ciriachi said...

Thank you very much, I knew I wasn't the only one with this doubt. Until a more proper confirmation, I will hold this issue as "unconfirmed".

Pastorius said...

Good idea. Considering what we report on here, I felt the need to include this story. Perhaps, I should have expressed my own reservations.