Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Undskyld !!!! På den fascistiske venstrefløjs vegne.

Som Dansker vil jeg gerne på hele den fascistiske venstrefløjs vegne, give en undskyldning til alle de massevoldtagne småpiger, en undskyldning til alle de der blev dræbt af muslimer i årets løb, en undskyldning til alle de gamle der blev slået halvt ihjel, en undskyldning til alle de unge der blev tævet uden grund og fik stjålet penge og mobiltelefoner.
Vi Danskere skammer os dybt over disse venstrefløjsfascister, deres importerede muslimske terrorister, og deres fælles kamp mod demokrati og menneskerettigheder.
Islamist Threats To Dutch Politician Bring Chill at Home
....Across Europe, dozens of people are now in hiding or under police protection because of threats from Muslim extremists. Dutch police say politicians reported 121 death threats last year. The number this year will likely be much higher. Geert Wilders, a right-wing member of parliament who also lives in a high-security apartment owned by the state, says he has received 120 menacing emails and letters since January. One of the latest reads: "Oh you cursed infidel! Don't think you are safe from our mighty organization....It is our wish to kill you by decapitation. Your infidel blood will flow freely on cursed Dutch streets!"In Germany, several researchers, journalists and members of Parliament receive police protection because of threats by radical Muslims. Hans-Peter Raddatz, an Islamic-studies expert under police protection, recently moved to the U.S.Flemming Rose, the culture editor of the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, is also mulling a move to America, at the urging of friends and security contacts. He set off a global storm by publishing cartoons of the prophet Muhammad. Twelve Danish cartoonists who drew the caricatures are staying out of public for fear of attack.Mr. Rose complains that Europe is going wobbly. At the height of the cartoon furor in February, Danish businessmen who criticized their publication were denounced as traitors to free speech. Since then, a segment of the public, eager for a return to calm, has favored a more conciliatory approach toward Muslim anger, Mr. Rose says."I think it is very dangerous to give in to intimidation, because it sends a signal: If you threaten enough, we will do as you please," says Mr. Rose.The U.S. has sometimes sent mixed signals as well. During the cartoon uproar, Washington at first denounced the drawings. As the violence grew, it stressed the importance of free speech...The Wall Street Journal, via Robert Spencer