In June 2008, a Pakistani judge sentenced a Muslim man to death on charges that he
insulted Islam's Prophet Muhammad.
In contrast to Denmark's defiance, other Scandinavian countries surrendered to Islamic
pressure as fast as humanly possible. Bawer again:
"Sweden took another route. When a political website featured a Jyllands-Posten cartoon,
the government sent police to close it down. More recently, hit with his own cartoon crisis
involving artist Lars Vilks, Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt not only met Muslim
ambassadors, but was praised by one for his 'spirit of appeasement.' Norway didn't cover
itself in glory, either. On the pretext that a tiny newspaper, Magazinet, had reprinted the
Jyllands-Posten cartoons (never mind that major dailies in Spain, Germany, and France
had done so as well), the cartoon jihadists chose to target Norway as well, plainly betting
that the dialogue-happy, UN-worshipping 'peace country' would curb its freedoms at the
first hint of Muslim displeasure. They were right. Norway's government caved in
ignominiously, holding a press conference on February 10, 2006, at which Magazinet's
cowed editor, Vebjørn Selbekk, with the blessing of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg,
grovelled before a posse of imams and apologised to them for exercising his freedom of
speech. It was probably the most disgraceful day in modern Norwegian history, but you
wouldn't know it by the politicians and journalists, who celebrated this selling out of
freedom as a triumph of peacemaking."
Selbekk, editor of the small Christian newspaper Magazinet, had firmly resisted pressure
from Muslims who had made death threats and from the Norwegian establishment. But
eventually Norway's Minister of Labour and Social Inclusion Bjarne Håkon Hanssen hastily
called a press conference at a major government office building in Oslo. There Selbekk
issued an abject apology for reprinting the cartoons. At his side, accepting his act of
contrition and asking that all threats now be withdrawn, was Mohammed Hamdan, the
then head of Norway's Islamic Council. As Bawer indicates, it was a picture right out of a
sharia courtroom, with the Muslim leader declaring Selbekk to be henceforth under his
In a Friday sermon on February 3 2006, Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the spiritual leader of the
Muslim Brotherhood, the world's largest Islamic organisation, exhorted worshippers to
show rage in response to the cartoons. The sermon was aired on TV. The day after,
the Danish and Norwegian embassies in Syria were set ablaze by an angry mob. It should
be mentioned here that both Norway and Denmark are members of NATO and that
destroying an embassy could be considered an act of war, or certainly very close to it. A
few days later, a delegation led by Mr. Mohammed Hamdan of Norway's Islamic Council
and a senior pastor representing Oslo's bishop visited Qatar to meet Mr. Qaradawi. The
trip received support from the Norwegian government. Yusuf al-Qaradawi then accepted
the apology that Vebjørn Selbekk had issued on February 10.
Walid al-Kubaisi, a Muslim dissident living in Norway, warned that Yusuf al-Qaradawi is
more dangerous than the terrorist leader Osama bin Laden, and that the Muslim
Brotherhood, whose founder Qaradawi followed when he was young, wants the world to
submit to sharia. Kubaisi reacted strongly to the statement by Mr. Hamdan that he would
now give Mr. Selbekk protection: "It frightens me that he presents himself as an
authority that can grant or revoke protection. Does this mean that [Minister] Bjarne
Håkon Hanssen thinks that the next time I feel threatened because of something I have
written, I should contact the Islamic Council, not the police? Sadly, the government, in
their eagerness to end the current troubles, have made the authoritarian forces
stronger." Kubaisi feared that Islamic hardliners would from now on burn something
every time they felt offended about anything, and expect to get their will.
Trond Giske, Minister of Culture and Church Affairs from the Labour Party, met with
Mohammed Hamdan of Norway's Islamic Council a few months after the embassy attacks
and announced that government subsidies for the Islamic Council would be raised from
60,000 kroner a year to half a million. That's more than a 700% increase in a single year.
The government declared it would meet more frequently with the Islamic Council to
"improve dialogue." Its leader Hamdan smiled after having talked with Mr. Giske for
about one hour. "We're pretty pleased with the meeting. For us it's important to improve
contacts with the government so that we can get to know each other better."
The status given to non-Muslims who accept being second-rate citizens, dhimmis, under
Islamic rule is technically referred to as "protected." During the Cartoon Jihad, the left-
wing coalition government demonstrated in public that Norwegian authorities did not
control the security of their citizens, and thus had to accept Muslim intervention to secure
their safety. This amounted to the acceptance of Islamic rule according to sharia law, a
view which was subsequently strengthened by payments to Muslims at home and abroad.
Undoubtedly these payments offered by Mr. Giske on behalf of the government were
viewed by Muslims as jizya, the "protection money" non-Muslims are required to pay in
willing submission (Koran, 9:29) as a sign of their inferior status vis-à-vis Islam, as a
compensation for not being slain.
Mohammed Hamdan also participated during a meeting with members of the Palestinian
terrorist organisation Hamas at Stortinget, the Norwegian parliament, in the summer of
2006. According to him, he was only an interpreter, but his brother Osama Hamdan is a
member of parliament for Hamas in the Palestinian Territories.
Norway in 2007 became first Western country to recognise the then Hamas-led
Palestinian government and to make the first transfer of direct financial aid to it. The
popular Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre of the Labour Party urged others to follow.
Hamas is the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. They state this explicitly in
their charter, which means that the left-wing government of PM Jens Stoltenberg was
willing to fund an organisation whose spiritual leader had recently caused physical
attacks against their country and is waging a war against their civilisation. This was
applauded by most Norwegian media commentators.
FM Gahr Støre participated in a conference with participants from dozens of countries and
media outlets on how to "report diversity" in a non-offensive manner, with Arab News
from Saudi Arabia as a moderator. The Cartoon Jihad had prompted Indonesia and
Norway to join forces and promote a Global Inter-Media Dialogue. In June 2007 this was
held in Oslo.
Keynote speaker at the conference, Doudou Diène, the United Nations Special Envoy
for racism, xenophobia and intolerance, urged the media to actively participate in the
creation of a Multicultural society, and expressed concerns that the democratic
process could lead to immigration-restrictive parties gaining influence. Mr. Diène
represents Senegal, a predominantly Muslim country which is a member of the
Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC), the largest voting bloc at the United
There were already signs that large portions of the mainstream media had been working
according to similar ideas long before this conference. In Britain, leading figures of the
BBC have proudly announced that they actively promote multiculturalism. In Denmark in
2008, while their country was threatened by Muslims across the world, public broadcaster
Danmarks Radio, the local equivalent of the BBC and with the same left-wing
Multicultural bias, decided to hold a "Miss Headscarf" beauty contest for women with the
only requirement being that they are over 15 and wear a veil, the way Muslim women are
supposed to do.
As American scholar Dr. Daniel Pipes notes, "Self-hating Westerners have an out-
sized importance due to their prominent role as shapers of opinion in universities, the
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media, religious institutions, and the arts. They serve as the Islamists' auxiliary
Following new threats in Denmark, the regional Norwegian daily Adresseavisen in
2008 decided to show solidarity with the Danish cartoonists. As Bruce Bawer writes:
"Trondheim's Adresseavisen daily ran a cartoon which, though not depicting Muhammed,
angered 'moderate' Muslim lawyer Abid Q. Raja, who – apparently feeling that
Adresseavisen had obeyed the word but not the spirit of the Magazinet accords – argued
that the cartoon shouldn't have been published because it would be 'misunderstood' by
Muslims. Pakistani ambassador Rab Nawaz Khan agreed, calling the cartoon an 'act of
terror' that can 'endanger the lives of Norwegian citizens.' When a cartoon is terrorism
and a bomb is a form of expression, you're in Orwell country. Yet the star of the moment
was Norwegian novelist Dag Solstad, who only days before the bombing delivered what
you might call Norway's version of Rowan Williams's sharia lecture. Solstad didn't go in
for sharia explicitly – instead, he made the argument that free speech is actually
undesirable, since it drowns meritorious works (such as his novels, presumably) in a sea
of vulgarity (a category to which he relegated the Muhammed cartoons). Solstad's
colleagues offered polite demurrals."
Mr. Solstad, with a history of long and strong sympathies for various Communist
movements, is not unique. By the time these words are written, many Norwegian
observers and intellectuals have criticised "free speech fundamentalists" in the major
Is there no opposition to these views? Fortunately, there is. Per Edgar Kokkvold,
Secretary-General of the Norwegian Press Association, deserves credit for his principled
opposition to censorship (which earned him several death threats). A book by a former
MP for the Conservative Party, Hallgrim Berg, warns against plans to turn Europe into
Eurabia. He discusses the growing anti-Americanism in Europe and maintains that the
United States is the only power capable of securing freedom. In 2005 the police issued a
mobile security alarm to the then leader of the right-wing Progress Party, Carl I. Hagen.
Hagen criticised Islam and could see no similarity with the concept of morality found in
Christianity. He said that if Israel loses in the Middle East, Europe will succumb to Islam
next. He thinks that Christians should support Israel and oppose Islamic inroads into
Europe. In an unprecedented step, a group of Muslim ambassadors blasted Hagen in a
public letter. Other politicians quickly caved in and condemned Mr. Hagen, including then
Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik of the Christian Democrats. In 2008, the Progress
Party looks set to replace the Labour Party as the largest party in the country, for the
first time in generations.
You can find pockets of resistance in Norway (and to a lesser extent Sweden), but the
general picture is rather bleak. Denmark is currently the only Scandinavian country with
something resembling a spine, but Danes compensate for this by being one of the
leading countries in the Western world in opposing Islamisation.
2.57 Our Offensive National Flag
Jeremy Clarkson heads the program “Top Gear” at the BBC, one of the funniest shows on
TV. Since it has absolutely nothing to do with politics or religion, only with cars, it is one
of the very few programs at the Burka Broadcasting Corporation still worth seeing.
I have to disagree with Clarkson regarding the English national flag, though. Discrediting
national flags as signs of “bigotry” is happening all over the Western world.
And no, you are not being robbed of pride in your national heritage because of your
colonial history. I’m Norwegian. We don’t have a colonial history, yet we are still subject
to similar attacks. They don’t do this because you are English, they do this because
you are Westerners and — dare I say? — white. British colonial history is just a
From the Times Online, “We’ve been robbed of our Englishness”:
Today, things are rather different. Mention the war and you’ll be told by an outreach
counsellor that we must empathise with the Germans, who are coming to terms with their
mistakes of the past. “And you know, children, it was actually the British who invented
concentration camps . . .”
Empire? When I was at school, teachers spoke with pride about how a little island in the
north Atlantic turned a quarter of the world pink, but now all teachers talk about is the
slave trade and how we must hang our heads in shame.
Right. So we must forgive Germany for invading Poland. But I must beat myself to death
every night because my great-great-great-grandad moved some chap from a hellhole in
Ghana to Barbados. In fact I can’t even say we’re British any more because then all of
Scotland would rush over the border, pour porridge down my trousers and push a thistle up
I believe people need to feel like they’re part of a gang, part of a tribe. And I also believe
we need to feel pride in our gang. But all we ever hear now is that we in England have
nothing to be proud about. In a world of righteousness we are the child molesters and
Our soldiers were murderers. Our empire builders were thieves. Our class system was
ridiculous and our industrial revolution set in motion a chain of events that, eventually, will
kill every polar bear in the Arctic.
And it gets so much worse. Because if you say you are a patriot, men with beards and
sandals will come round to your house in the night and daub BNP slogans on your front
door. This is the only country in the world where the national flag is deemed offensive […]
Then there’s our national character. In the past, boys were told in school assembly that
their mothers had died and were expected to get over it in a nice game of rugby. Crying
only happened abroad. Not any more. We were ordered to weep like Americans when Diana
died, and no local news report is complete today without some fat oik sobbing because his
house has fallen over[…]
Do you see? We can’t be proud of our past because it’s all bad, we can’t use British humour
because it’s offensive and we can’t use understatement to deal with a crisis because the
army of state-sponsored counsellors say we’ve got to sob uncontrollably at every small
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2.58 Will Netherland Survive the 21st Century?
Let us consider the case of the Netherlands. Islamic practices there gain more and more
public acceptance. There is talk of making Islamic holidays public holidays because
Holland is a “Judeo-Christian-Islamic” society, whatever that is. There are plans for a
Muslim-only hospital, and former Justice Minister Piet Hein Donner stated that the
Dutch should give Muslims more freedoms to behave according to their traditions: “For
me it is clear: if two-thirds of the Dutch population should want to introduce the Sharia
tomorrow, then the possibility should exist,” according to him. “It would be a disgrace to
say: ‘That is not allowed!’“
The idea is by no means far-fetched. Unofficial sharia courts have been operating for
years in major European cities and gradually gain official acceptance. In September 2008
it was made known that British authorities will formally accept rulings of sharia courts on
certain matters. This means that Britain has not just culturally but also legally
surrendered to its new Muslim masters. The political elites will put up no resistance
whatsoever to continued Islamisation.
Britain is one of the worst countries in the Western world, which says a lot given how bad
many others are, but it belongs to a growing group of nations where the authorities have
more or less surrendered to Islamic rule, openly promote Islamic “culture”, and harass
those who resist. One could add Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium, and probably France
to the list, which keeps growing. Norway, Spain, Austria, Germany and others are not far
The Netherlands, which for centuries was a haven for those seeking more freedom of
thought, is becoming an increasingly totalitarian society as a direct result of mass
immigration in general and Muslim immigration in particular. This is the reason why the
insightful Hans Janssen, Professor of Modern Islamic Ideology at Utrecht University,
stated that a peaceful society that wishes to remain existent “will have to find a way to
defend itself through non-peaceful means from people who are not peaceful.” According
to Jansen, Muslim fundamentalists frequently make threats, but Dutch media remain
silent about them.
Public broadcaster NPS is producing a television programme with the objective of
giving the Dutch population a positive view of Muslims and other immigrant groups.
Meanwhile, in 2008 it was revealed that a policeman of Moroccan origins in the
Rotterdam police corps has been unmasked as a spy for the Moroccan intelligence
service. He led a project that trained 57 Moroccan problem youngsters as ground
personnel for Rotterdam Airport. The Public Prosecutor’s Office (OM) decided not to
prosecute him, allegedly because this could potentially generate negative publicity about
the “Multicultural” society. Even after this was revealed, the policeman unmasked as a
spy for a foreign country continued working at Rotterdam Airport. The airport
management saw no reason to refuse him a job.
In contrast, the Dutch Labour Party (PvdA) tried to muzzle a (then) member who was
fighting for the rights of Muslim apostates because they feared he would cause the party
electoral damage. As most other left-wing parties in the Western world, they get a
disproportionate number of immigrant votes. The man in question, the brave ex-Muslim
Ehsan Jami, in the spring of 2008 decided to close down his organisation of former
Muslims who defy the traditional death penalty for leaving Islam. He claims people are
scared to join the organisation because of threats from Muslims.
Slotervaart, a Moroccan neighbourhood in Amsterdam, has been plagued by riots and
arson. Just as in similar areas in Sweden, France, England and elsewhere, emergency
personnel from the fire brigade and ambulance services are at risk of physical attacks
when they enter. Western Europe’s major cities have become notorious for their rapidly
expanding “no-go” zones, from Birmingham, London and Bradford via Marseilles, Paris,
Antwerp and Brussels to Copenhagen, Berlin and Hamburg. There are now many areas
into which even the police dare not venture without substantial backup. In certain urban
areas the fire brigade and ambulance services are reluctant to answer calls in Muslim
neighbourhoods, where “youths” set fire to public buildings, and then lay an ambush for
the fire brigade when it arrives.
In mid-September 2008, the bus service in the Dutch town of Gouda announced it would
not drive though the Oosterwei neighbourhood. The decision came following
complaints from bus drivers who report that on their route through the neighbourhood
they are being spit on, threatened and robbed by Moroccan youth, who systematically
kick against the buses as well.
It has earlier been revealed that Moroccans, Turks and other Muslims in the Netherlands
receive direction from their home countries. Ethnic Turks have received instructions from
Turkey on how to vote in Dutch elections.
Also in mid-September 2008, politician Geert Wilders said during a speech in
Parliament that Moroccans are colonising the Netherlands. According to Wilders,
Moroccans didn’t come there to integrate, but “to subjugate the Dutch” and rule over
them. “We lose our nation to Moroccan scum who go through life while abusing, spitting
and molesting innocent people,” Wilders stated. “They happily accept our dole, houses
and doctors, but not our rules and values”, he said. According to him there are “two
nations.” The cabinet’s nation is that of “climate hysterics and uncontrollable
Islamisation.” The other nation, “my nation,” Geert Wilders said, “is that of the people
who have to foot the bill and are being robbed and threatened by Islamic street
Seven minutes after the speech began, “a technical error” occurred in the television
broadcast which was mysteriously solved the very second Wilders finished his speech.
The state TV is notoriously biased in their pro-Multicultural opinions and belief that
Wilders is evil.
As I wrote in my online essay “Democracy and the Media Bias”, in democratic
societies the press, the Fourth Estate, should supposedly make sure that the government
does its job properly as well as raise issues of public interest. In practice, we now seem
to have a situation where the political elites cooperate with the media on making sure
that some topics receive insufficient or unbalanced attention while others are simply kept
off the agenda altogether. Together they form a new political class.
Before the rise of maverick politician Pim Fortuyn, the Dutch political scene had to a
great extent been a closed club whose members, regardless of party affiliation, shared
similar views in the widest possible sense. Most of the journalists belonged to the same
club. If the majority of the populace didn’t quite agree with this elite on sensitive issues
— and the most sensitive of them all was Muslim immigration — this hardly mattered
much. Since all those who were in positions of power were in basic agreement, the will of
the people could safely be ignored. Journalists and rival politicians — notice how they
worked in lockstep — smeared Fortuyn as a dangerous “right-wing extremist.” Indirectly,
this led to his murder by a left-wing activist who stated that he killed him on behalf of
Muslims because he was “dangerous” to minorities.
Pim Fortuyn was indirectly murdered by the political, cultural and media elites whereas
filmmaker Theo van Gogh was murdered by Muslims. MP Ayaan Hirsi Ali has been driven
from the country. The Islam-critical MP Geert Wilders is still there, but he is subject to
similar smears as Fortuyn was about being a racist, receives daily threats from Muslims
and not-so-subtle hints from the establishment that he should tone down his criticism of
Muslim immigration. The Dutch spirit between 2001 and 2008 appears to have been
broken, as things are slowly returning to normal. The extended political elites are once
again firmly in control of public debate, and the embarrassing peasant rebellion has been
successfully struck down.
Perhaps Holland’s chance of saving itself died with Fortuyn. I hope not. I have always
loved the Netherlands, and it would be extremely sad if a once-great nation that has
spent so much time and energy on keeping the sea out will be destroyed by a tidal wave
of sharia barbarism.
In May 2008 the cartoonist writing under the pseudonym Gregorius Nekschot
became the first-ever cartoonist to be arrested in the modern Western world. He was
arrested at his home in Amsterdam and taken into custody for interrogation, suspected
of “publishing cartoons which are discriminating for Muslims and people with dark skin.”
At the same time, the city of Amsterdam developed teaching material warning
children against the politics of the Islam-critical politician Geert Wilders. MP Wilders
called the campaign “sickening.”
Wilders’ movie Fitna from March 2008 produced strong reactions from Muslims on a
global basis and condemnations from dhimmi appeasers in the Western world. Although
the short film didn’t do anything other than quote the Koran and statements by Muslim
leaders, the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned it as
offensively anti-Islamic. “There is no justification for hate speech or incitement to
violence,” Ban said in a statement. “The right of free expression is not at stake here.” The
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour joined in on condemning the
tone and content of Fitna and noted that the Dutch and others should prohibit any
advocacy of racial or religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination or
hostility. In plain words, they should ban criticism of Islam.
There are already examples where small Dutch websites have been prosecuted for
carrying readers’ comments critical of Islam and Muslims, thus setting a legal precedent
for the suppression of free speech on the Internet. This despite the fact that far more
offensive material is routinely posted on Islamic online forums and is never subjected to
any punishment. Similar developments are taking place in other European countries. This
is encouraged not only by national authorities but by EU officials, who have expressed
their desire to “regulate” blogs and similar websites more because they are often more
critical of multiculturalism, mass immigration and general EU policies than are the
What this means is that Dutch authorities are giving in to demands from Islamic
countries and kneel at the feet of their new Muslim masters. There can be no doubt that
there is considerable political pressure on the police and others to enforce Multicultural
speech codes and silence dissenters among the natives. Since we see clearly that
Muslims can post negative remarks about the natives, but the natives are not allowed to
post negative remarks about Islamic culture, this means that the natives are de facto
second-rate citizens in their own country. This is coincidentally the status that they are
supposed to have according to sharia, which means that the authorities are now
enforcers of Islamic law.
Some observers say that the political elites in Western Europe are “powerless” to stop
street violence. But they are aggressive in suppressing criticism of continued mass
immigration, which indicates that they are not so much powerless as actively hostile to
In Brussels, Belgium, gangs of Muslim immigrants harass the natives on a daily basis. We
have had several recent cases where native girls have been gang raped by immigrants in
the heart of the EU capital, yet when the natives wanted to protest against the
Islamisation of their continent on September 11th 2007, the demonstration was banned
by the Socialist mayor of Brussels, whose ruling party is heavily infiltrated by Muslims.
Those who attempted to carry on with a peaceful protest were arrested by the police.
Dozens of boys and girls have been systematically abused, intimidated and molested
by a group of older boys in the Utrecht neighbourhood of Overvecht. Children aged 8, 9
and 10 have been dragged into bushes and coerced into performing sexual acts on boys
a few years older. Most of the children involved are of Moroccan background. A municipal
council member said that the problems are not being addressed. “This has been going on
for almost a year. People just talk and talk and talk. And nothing is done,” she said.
In March 2007, native Dutch residents of the city of Utrecht rioted to protest against
harassment by Muslim youths and government inaction to stop this. The authorities
immediately suppressed the riots by sealing off the area and installing surveillance
cameras to control Dutch non-Muslims, but they have done virtually nothing to address
the underlying problem of violence from immigrant gangs. The case is far from unique.
Such incidents demonstrate that the authorities throughout Western Europe are now
dedicated to implementing continued mass immigration and multiculturalism no matter
what the natives think. If they object, they will be silenced. The Dutch voted “no” by a
very large margin to the proposed EU Constitution that will formally dismantle their
country, as did Irish and French voters, but they are simply ignored. At the same time,
the EU elites obediently respond to calls from Islamic countries to ban “stereotypes and
prejudice” targeting Islam. European political elites implement the agendas of our
enemies and ignore the interests of their own people. They are thus collaborators and
traitors and should be treated accordingly.
The interesting question is this: Are the elites merely appeasing Islam, which they
certainly are doing, or are they actively promoting and expropriating it for their own
ends? As Iranian ex-Muslim Ali Sina puts it in his excellent book Understanding
Muhammad: “Islam was an instrument of domination. After Muhammad, others used his
cult for the very same purpose.” Maybe this is happening in the EU as well?
Ali Sina rejects the Multicultural concept that all cultures (except European culture, which
is evil and should be eradicated) are worth keeping:
“If any culture needs to be preserved, it is the Western, Helleno-Christian culture. It is
this culture that is facing extinction. It is to this culture alone that we owe the
Enlightenment, Renaissance, and democracy. These are the foundations of our modern
world. It would be a terrible mistake not to preserve this culture. If we do nothing, we
face a future where democracy and tolerance will fade and Islam’s more primitive
instincts will subjugate humanity. All cultures are not made equal… Islam is not a culture.
It is the antithesis of culture. It is barbarity, savagery and incivility. Islamic civilisation is
an oxymoron, while Islamic terrorism is redundancy. We owe our freedom and modern
civilisation to Western culture. It is this culture that is now under attack and needs
As I put it in my essay “The Welfare State is Dead, Long Live the Welfare State“,
Americans say “In God we trust.” Is the welfare state, on some deep, subconscious level,
a substitute for God? An omnipresent State instead of an omnipresent God? Europeans
lost belief in God in Auschwitz and the trenches of WW1. We no longer trust in God, so
we put our trust in the State, to create a small oasis of security on a continent that has
had such a turbulent history.
The slogan is “security from cradle to grave.” But right now the welfare state clearly does
not provide financial or physical security in much of Western Europe, at least not for the
natives. It pays for more cradles to Muslim immigrants while it leads some of the natives
prematurely to their graves. Taxes are a form of disguised jizya, the poll tax paid by
submissive non-Muslims under Islamic rule, taken from us and given to those who
colonise our lands.
The welfare state breeds passivity and obedience to the state’s agenda since so many are
dependent upon it for their livelihoods. For rulers, this can be quite useful. The stated
purpose of the welfare state is to alleviate poverty, but we should remember that a
powerful state bureaucracy which deals with all aspects of life leaves a great deal of
power to those on top of that bureaucracy, ruling people who have been pacified and
emasculated by decades of state indoctrination and interference in their private lives. I
suspect one of the reasons why Europeans put up with a powerful EU bureaucracy
running much of Europe’s affairs is that we have already been accustomed to this on a
My advice to Westerners in general is to arm themselves immediately, first of all mentally
with knowledge of the enemy and pride in their own culture and heritage, but also
physically with guns and the skills to use them. Friedrich Nietzsche stated in the
nineteenth century that “God is dead.” In the early twenty-first century it would be fair to
say that “The State is dead,” the replacement God in which we placed our trust after the
other God died.
Every single day we get more evidence that the authorities are totally incapable of
protecting any semblance of security and freedom for its citizens. The only thing the
state still seems to be capable of doing is indoctrinating our children with hatred of their
own civilisation and taking away our money so that it can be given to those who colonise
our countries and abuse our children, verbally and physically.
My bet is still on Britain, or possibly Denmark, as the first Western country to face a civil
war due to Muslim immigration, but the Netherlands is a potential candidate as well. I
just wonder whether the Dutch are already a broken nation, mentally speaking. Their
political elites have chosen formal surrender and will enforce sharia and ban everybody
disagreeing with this as “extremists”. Native Dutchmen will either have to fight back or
leave their country behind and watch it die from a distance, as a significant number of
them have already done.
What is happening in Western Europe now is a textbook case of a situation where the
social contract is no longer upheld. The natives pay extremely high tax rates to nation
states that no longer protect their borders and are both unwilling and incapable of
upholding a bare minimum of law and order. The laws are in any case no longer passed
with our interest in mind, but by dedicated Multiculturalists and Globalists specifically
hostile to our interests. The European Union is the very definition of tyranny.
As John Locke says in the Second Treatise on Government:
The reason why men enter into society is the preservation of their property, and the end
why they choose and authorise a legislative is that there may be laws made, and rules
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