Seems to be a recurring problem. Didn’t they have similar Â issues Â back in 1529 and in Â 1683?
Cheradenine Zakalwe is blogging again, nice to see her back:
The other half must be Lefties, who think there too many Viennese in Vienna. (DP111)
Of course the multicultists are now talking about the results of this study as if the ones who thought there were too many Turks and the ones who thought Jews had too much influence were the same people and that the problem therefore was a generic tolerance failure. It’s more likely that the ones who thought Hitler had done some good things and thought Jews had too much influence were Turks.
In fact, this wilful confusion of antisemitism and Islamorealism is one of the standard deception techniques that the Establishment has developed. Of course the two tend to go together in opinion polls covering any society being colonised by Muslims. The Muslims express antipathy to Jews themselves and generate antipathy to Muslims in others. But when the multiculti dreamers get the poll results they jump with delight and cry “Oh look, the far right has stirred up hatred of Muslims and Jews!”
In France, Â Turks do the “its done, get over it” routine:
PARISÂ (al Reuters) –Several thousand Franco-Turks demonstrated in central Paris Thursday ahead of a parliamentary vote on a bill that would make it a crime to deny the 1915 mass killing of ArmeniansÂ by Ottoman Turks was genocide.
Looks like we have a new Salman Rushdie:
Not only are Islamic supremacists absolutely unwilling ever to acknowledge that Muslims have ever done anything wrong; they will also persecute and harass anyone who dares point out that they have.
The French parliamentarian who proposed a controversial genocide denial bill has received death threats and had her website attacked.ValÃ©rie Boyer, a member of the governing UMP party, was successful in getting parliamentary approval for a bill that outlawed the denial of a massacre of Armenians by Ottoman troops in 1915.
The bill’s passage unleashed a wave ofÂ indignationÂ in Turkey.
Turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said the vote represented “politics based on racism, discrimination and xenophobia.”
Daily newspaper Le Parisien reported that Boyer’s website was attacked on Sunday.
Visitors were redirected to a site showing the Turkish flag and a message attacking the French government and the Armenian community in France.
“You, the Armenian diaspora, are so cowardly that you don’t have the guts to open up the archives and face the truth,” said the message.
In an attack on French politicians the message said “you, the French, are so pitiful and pathetic that you ignore the truth to get votes.”
On Monday morning, the site, valerie-boyer.fr, was still unavailable with a “site indisponible” message being shown.
Boyer said she has received numerous “insults and threats of murder and rape” over recent days on her Facebook page and her Twitter account.
“That such a level of violence is being expressed shows the necessity to punish genocide denial,” she told the newspaper.
“What I’m experiencing is without doubt nothing compared to the experience of the Armenian community.”…