You may laugh out loud.
But be careful; you might be choking on something. Thanks to the indefatigable efforts of Eklemeddin Ihsanoghlu and the Â deep pockets of the OIC, conflating imaginary “racism” with Islam Â has already dhimmified the UK, the U.S. & Australia. Â Of course we all know that Mayzek’s grievances have nothing to do with ‘racism’ and that its use in this context is mendacious; but, like “islamophobia”, (a term coined by the Muslim Brotherhood to smack down any opposition to Islam by declaring critics insane) Â “racism” Â accusations are as predictable and annoying Â as dogturds on the sidewalk. Much like the former Soviet Union, where dissidents were locked up in insane asylums. Â Because “everyone knew” that communism is “scientific”, “peer reviewed” and “proven”.
It doesn’t occur to Mayzek to apologize for Â the horrific crimes committed by his coreligionists; that many of his fellow travellers commit acts of daily violence against native Germans and behave as if they were the masters of the country. No, Mazyek Â complains and complains about the alleged “discrimination” of the righteous and above all: demands, demands and more demands. Â Now he wants to punish “religious racism” –whatever that may be. We all know, of course, what that amounts to; that criticism of Islam should be banned Â because Islam cannot withstand critical inspection.Anyone who takes a closer look will quickly find that this Â “religion” is as dangerous as it is represented by Islam critics, a fact observable Â every day of the week.
“Islam is very much like our world view” (Weltanschauung)
Idiotic. Islam cannot be integrated. Islam must dominate!
The agreement also provides for the teaching of Islam in public schools. The subject is legally complex, since the German constitution envisages that religion be taught “in harmony with the principles of the religious communities.” — Harmony? How come I never found that part in the Koran?
Koranimals are throwing their weight around like never before. As for attacking the “far right”, Â they need to be reminded that Â the Nazis were their partners in crime during WWII. The NDP (National Deutsche Partei) is legitimate but scandalised by the far left, the Muslims and the Greens. Things being what they are, there is no “far right” in Germany; what they call ‘right’ is left/socialist just like the Nazis were. There is no equivalent to the tea party Â and besides, the NDP is so heavily infiltrated with Gestapo types that itÂ will never get off the ground.
Islamic and immigrant associations in Germany support the ban on the far-right NPD that the federal states aim to achieve. Their representatives point out to the “Welt” however, that banning a political party will not cause the far-right ideas it disseminated to disappear.
In parallel with the ban process, therefore, there must be increased social-political efforts against the social causes of extremist tendencies.
“The party ban that is being aimed for is only one aspect of a complex problem. Many aspects of social conditions that give rise to hateful attitudes should not be played down or neglected,” says the spokesman for the umbrella association, the Turkish Islamic Union of the Institute for Religion (DITIB), Bekir Alboga.Â [Note: this association is controlled by the Turkish government]
…On 14 December 2012 the Federal Council decided to petition for the NPD ban in the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe.
…Exactly ten years ago in March an NPD ban process that the Socialist-Green government intended to achieve collapsed because even the party leadership had been penetrated by infiltrators from the Agency for Protection of the ConstitutionÂ [MI5 equivalent]. [The court case brought to light the fact that the party was more or less run by the government. Most or all of the main statements and actions the prosecution was citing in pursuit of the ban turned out to have been made by paid government agents.]
…For that reason DITIB also advises tackling the question of far-right extremism across all of society, and not just in a legal way.
…”An analysis and explanation of the tactics of modern far-right extremism should also form a part of this,” says Alboga. As at first glance modern right-wing radicalism is no longer clearly recognisable.
…”The tactics are becoming ever more subtle. Anti-constitutional actors disguise themselves; they may appear as critics of Islam or capitalism, for example,” says Alboga.