Michael Coren speaks with the leader of the new British Freedom Party, Paul Weston

I had the pleasure to meet Paul Weston in Berlin on the Parteitag of Die Freiheit, along with Geert Wilders, Oscar Freysinger and  Rene’ Stadtkewitz. Paul is a good man, a patriot nevertheless, and he tells Michael Coren of his concerns:

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  1. http://AliSina.org Page 253 (vers. #2) “How Islam will end depends on us. If we do nothing, if we let it grow unchecked, Muslims will bring about the third world war and millions will perish in a nuclear Armageddon. Communism was evil, but communists loved life and because of that, the Cold War ended without a nuclear confrontation. Muslims love death more that we love life. This changes everything. You may call it insanity but to them it is faith in the afterlife.

    … Non-Muslims are laid back, easy going and believe in multiculturalism and freedom of faith. This causes an imbalance of powers. This imbalance has given Islam the edge since its inception. Thanks to their militant ethos and tolerance of others, Muslims have overcome much more powerful nations. These victories have emboldened them and increased their arrogance. If non-Mulslim do not rise up to confront the spread of Islam, Islam will win and the destruction of civilization will ensue.

    It takes only a handful of determined militants to subdue and take hostage a large number of unwary civilians. Muhammad boasted, “I have been made victorious with terror,” 372 Sahih Bukhari Volume 4, Book 52, Number 220 and Muslims follow his example …” (33:21)

  2. This interviewer plays the devil’s advocate just a little too convincingly in some spots, but at least he listens.

    Geert Wilders and Oscar Freysinger are heros! I have not yet heard , much from/about “Rene’ Stadtkewitz” (his name looks like a French/Prussian combination), is he the Founder of that new German Freedom party?

    Was that the meeting in November, which Robert Spenser could not attend because he was ill?

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