Italian foreign minister: "Let's ask ourselves if covering one's face isn't the first sign of refusal to integrate and closing oneself off… from the host community and its traditions"

FINALLY! France and Italy have something to resent more than Americans.

Franco speaking! Franco my man!

Unfortunately, Franco is no Geert Wilders.

Those of us who have been keeping an eye on Frattini know that he is a limp dick who swings in either direction.  He is merely testing the water with his statements which are carefully drafted to leave him with a multitude of escape hatches.

The face veil in its various forms is the most visible symbol of an ideology that wants nothing to do with equality and integration. “Italy: Foreign minister rejects face veil,” from AdnKronos International, January 27, thanks to JW:

Florence, 27 Jan. (AKI) – Italy’s foreign minister Franco Frattini on Wednesday voiced his opposition to the face veil. Women wearing the garment pose security issues and symbolise “a refusal to integrate” by Muslim immigrants in a host country, he said.

”Let’s ask ourselves if covering one’s face isn’t the first sign of refusal to integrate and closing oneself off… from the host community and its traditions,” Frattini said.

Counter Jihad Links:

Berlusconi tells it like it is:

Italy: Fewer Muslim immigrants, less crime

Diversity under shrouds:

Woman wearing niqb, file pic

The Muslim veil comes in various forms including the burka and niqab

He was speaking at a conference of young publishers taking place in the Tuscan city of Florence, a day after France moved a step closer to banning the face veil.

A French parliamentary committee on Tuesday issueda report recommending a partial ban on the face veil in hospitals, schools, government offices and on public transport.

“It is the symbol of the repression of women, and… of extremist fundamentalism,” said French parliament speaker Bernard Accoyer upon the presentation of the report.

France’s parliamentary recommendation is expected to be followed by the drafting of a bill and a parliamentary debate on the issue of the face veil, which has sparked heated debate in many European countries.

“I would not legislate on the face veil but would tackle the issue through a wider process,” Frattini said, noting that it raised also security problems.

”When someone enters a bank or a public office veiled from head to toe, it seems logical to me there is a security issue,” he said….


Yes, let’s also ask ourselves why any country would openly welcome millions who believed that slavery, sex slavery, extortion, death for insults, robbery, theft, amputations, death for adultery, etc., etc. is not only OK, but allowed or required by Muslims per Koran.

Poster “Kuffar” from England:

In the UK, there is a well-known phrase that is used to describe people unwilling to integrate or undertake things requested of them.

It’s known as “FIFO” management.

FIFO = Fit In or F*** Off

But the Italians and French have always been more polite than we mere Brits.

I wonder how long it will be before the US and UK, “Go FIFO” on Islam and Muslims?

4 thoughts on “Italian foreign minister: "Let's ask ourselves if covering one's face isn't the first sign of refusal to integrate and closing oneself off… from the host community and its traditions"”

  1. Wow, I have never read an article so acidic and brusque in pushing forward a statement.
    I am not annoyed at your Ant-Islam sentiment, but that you should push it forward in a monolgue filled with insults, coarse and vulgar language. You can hate Islam, that’s you’re right, you can hate Islam the same way one might hate rainy days, or strawberry icecream etc. Everyone is entitled to their opinion.

    But that withstanding, at least be educated about hating it. This is less of an article and more of a rant, hardly convincing.

    Since you are geered towards convincing people to despise everything, why not find a more effective means to do it? I.e go to school and LEARN something about the Middle East before you go firing off accusations and profanity laced sentences, then maybe people will find what you have to say more reasonable and beleiveable instead of the crazed ravings of an angry-Joe with aggressive tendencies.

    Thankyou, have a nice day.

  2. Really, not only do you refuse to expand your point and fail atleast try to prove me wrong with by presenting your side with an actual argument.

    You make up for this lack by posting a crude image, that is entirely unnecessary.

    Point is, you don’t know how to convince people without resorting to abuse. Kid, get your facts right and present them in a sane manner that doesn’t offend about every United Nations representative. Then maybe, just MAYBE, you’ll convince them enough to join your pointless campaign.

    It must really suck to be you, with your superiority complex and inability to articulate yourself without ranting like a profane mad man, it must really suck.

    Now wonder you choose to vent on the web, because real people in real life wouldn’t be able to tolerate you if you even opened your mouth.

    This must be your outlet huh? Is this were the paedos hang out too? And the terrorists right?

    Kind of irionic, terrorists are on the internet spreading their message of hate, and you too are on the internet spreading your message of YOUR hate.

    Hey, if the shoe fits….

    Have a nice day!

  3. Dear Peace,

    The essence of Mohammedanism is hatred of non Muslims, genocide of Jews and the superiority of Islam. Exposing the evil of this belief system doesn’t make us haters, what you are doing is called projection.

    “It must really suck to be you, with your superiority complex and inability to articulate yourself without ranting like a profane mad man, it must really suck.”

    Likewise. I have enjoyed a good life and I want things to remain as they are, without Mohammedanism perverting every aspect of it.

    “Is this were the paedos hang out?”

    You worship a pedophile who called himself a prophet.


    Bukhari’s Hadith (English translation by Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan, Islamic University, Medina) is second to the Quran in terms of importance. The central figure to approve and sign the translation is Dr. Amin Al-Masri, Ph.D. Cambridge University, Advisor and Head of the Sharia Dept., The College of Sharia and Islamic Studies, Mecca.

    Narrated Aisha that the prophet wrote the marriage contract with her when she was six years old and he consummated his marriage when she was nine years old. Hisham said: “I have been informed that Aisha remained with the prophet for nine years (i.e. till his death).” [Bukhari, vol. 7, no. 65]

    Narrated Urwa: “The prophet wrote the (marriage contract) with Aisha while she was six years old and consummated his marriage with her while she was nine years old and she remained with him for nine years (i.e. till his death).” [Bukhari, vol. 7, no. 88]

    Narrated Aisha: The prophet engaged me when I was a girl of six. We went to Medina and stayed at the home of Harith Kharzraj. Then I got ill and my hair fell down. Later on my hair grew (again) and my mother, Um Ruman, came to me while I was playing in a swing with some of my girl friends. She called me, and I went to her, not knowing what she wanted to do to me. She caught me by the hand and made me stand at the door of the house. I was breathless then, and when my breathing became all right, she took some water and rubbed my face and head with it. Then she took me into the house. There in the house I saw some Ansari women who said, “Best wishes and Allah’s blessing and a good luck.” Then she entrusted me to them and they prepared me (for the marriage). Unexpectedly Allah’s messenger came to me in the forenoon and my mother handed me over to him, and at that time I was a girl of nine years of age. [Bukhari, vol. 5, no. 234]

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