Despite the naysayers’ denials, we are at war. Some cite President George H.W. Bush as the impetus when he signed UN Agenda 21 in 1992, calling it a One World Government, a la George Soros’s One World Order. And with all the offenses we have seen since then, occurring more frequently now than before 9/11, we continue to misjudge our formidable foe and wait for recognizable uniforms, grander weaponry, and futuristic vehicles. Rather, one facet of the war comes by small boats and on foot.
“The central issue of mass migration isn’t solved. With all the attempts to make migration across state border more humane, civilised and to steer it in general doesn’t solve the main problem of Germany, which is simultaneously irregular mass migration of the future,” Schutze-Rhonhof said.
He then continued, “without putting a stop to the frequent mass migration from African and Islamic nations it is foreseeable that the population of Germany will become mostly African and Islamic in two generations. The selling out of the German social system would be completed.”
One of the largest security companies in the Nordic region now allows hijabs to be included as part of the security uniform. In an internal newsletter, which Social News has discovered, it is even suggested that employees can buy a black “neutral” hijab.
According to the Gesellschaft für Deutsche Sprache (Society for German Language, GfdS), often labelled as the most important language society in Germany, the name Mohammed has seen a rapid rise in popularity, though the name could be even more popular than their figures suggest, Die Welt reports.
According to sources in the region, officials have been warning neighbourhoods and mosques that ethnic minority Muslim families are being forced to hand in religious items including the Koran and prayer mats.
She has already captured hearts across Asia by taking on corrupt politicians and fighting bad guys who tried to shut girls’ schools – and now even the United Nations has been wowed by a superheroine whose only weapons are pens and books.
Move over Superman and Batman. Here comes Pakistan’s superheroine Burka Avenger who might soon be spreading her message of peace and tolerance on behalf of the UN.
Chinese authorities have recently blocked various Islam-related words invented by Chinese netizens. The ban comes after consecutive online controversies on the topic of Chinese Muslims and Islam in China; the tone of the discussions reportedly “undermines ethnic unity.”
It is only a personal observation but it seems to me that the sympathy and sums governments are spending on deradicalisation programmes, Muslim sports and outreach campaigns just aren’t working. Indeed, the more indulgences granted, the more pronounced that separatism becomes.
The author is Australian, but his words could apply to anywhere in the West.
The ban was not advertised or announced and has been in place for some time until parents of children attending kindergartens in the city noticed that pork was never present on school menus. An official from the Salzburg mayor’s office said the ban on pork was both for health reasons and “among other things, the needs of Muslim children”, Kronen Zeitung reports.
Japan has for centuries been a closed community. They have shunned both immigration and emigration under what they call “sakoku”. It is a ‘Japan for Japanese’ policy that is centuries old and is the reason that there are few minority groups with a population anywhere close to 1%. In fact, all of the minority groups together make up less than 1.5% of their population.
It is easy to criticise this isolationism in a modern world where national boundaries are increasingly being eroded especially if you are a left-wing, global village adherent. However, Japan has the advantage of being, perhaps the only sizable population that has not experienced any terrorism, including Islamic based attacks.
This is just cleanup at this point. Social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter are already moving energetically against speech that violate Sharia blasphemy laws. The establishment media in the West is cowed and compromised, eager to appease and not interested in defending the freedom of speech. Their efforts at the UN will meet with little, if any, pushback.
So the news that the BfV has been penetrated by an Islamic extremist who planned to blow up the agency’s headquarters is not reassuring. Even less reassuring is that it has been penetrated by a gay porn star. The 51-year old who is now in custody was arrested after the German intelligence agencies noticed that someone posting on an Islamic militant internet chatroom seemed to know an awful lot about the inner workings of the agency. They soon fingered their man and realised that he was actually their man, only then to stumble on the aspects of his CV that he must have left out at his BfV interview.
Campaigners in Tuscany are fighting against a plan to build a mosque a few hundred yards from the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
They are concerned that it is too close to the stone tower, one of Italy’s best known tourist attractions, and fear that it could become a centre for radicalisation of local Muslims, of whom there are around 600.
The building of the mosque in Via del Brennero has been provisionally approved by Pisa’s centre-Left council but campaigners are gathering signatures for a petition calling for a local referendum on the issue.