Ordering Spencer’s book in Australia from Amazon.com “The Truth About Mohammed” will most likely result in you receiving your book from Amazon’s distribution centre in Germany, together with a customs notice stating:
‘Goods do not meet the requirements of article 9 & 10 of the contract for the foundation of the European community’
Perhaps we should look into why the book is actually banned in Europe or not allowed to be distributed…
Last time I checked free speech and expression was still permitted. What and how and who made these changes?
The way of the world: what goes around, comes around…
Ibbi Hooper of CAIR, professional Muslim Whiner
Da’awa doctor Abdallah & ‘Islamic Science’
Denmarks (official) Apology To Islam:
How Muslims Imagine The Last Supper:
Religious Freedom Under Islam:
Che is dead, get over it!
According to emeritus professor of psychiatry at the University of Virginia School of Medicine Vamik Volkan, “Most suicide bombers in the Middle East are chosen as teenagers, ‘educated,’ and then sent off to perform their duty when they are in their late teens or early to mid-twenties.”
Volkan finds “little difficulty in finding young men interested in becoming suicide bombers in Gaza and the West Bank. Repeated actual and expected events humiliate youngsters and interfere with their adaptive identifications with their parents because their parents are humiliated as well.”
Volkan gives the examples of beatings, torture, or the loss of a parent as typical humiliating events which might make a young person more susceptible to recruitment for suicide terrorism.
Once recruited, children and teenagers are encouraged to cut off contact with “real world” affairs and subjected to an intense program of memorization and repetition of the Qur’an.
According to Volkan, “their readings are carefully selected. The ‘teachers’ also supply sacred sounding, but meaningless, phrases to be repeated over and over in chant … These kinds of mystical sayings combined with selected verses from the Quran help to create a ‘different internal world’ for the ‘students.'”
The typical technique of creating Middle Eastern Muslim suicide bombers includes two basic steps: first, the “teachers” find young people whose personal identity is already disturbed and who are seeking an outer “element” to internalize so they can stabilize their internal world. Second, they develop a “teaching method” that “forces” the large-group identity, ethnic and/or religious, into the “cracks” of the person’s damaged or subjugated individual identity. Once people become candidates to be suicide bombers, the routine rules and regulations, so to speak, or individual psychology does not fully apply to their patterns of thought and action.”
Volkan compares such identity “cracks” with “another historical period when intentional interference with the personal identities of children occurredâ€”when the “cracks” of German children’s personal identities were filled with Nazi ideology.”
This one starts out a little slow. But tough it out for a few minutes. Wait till you hear the segment from the radio call in show. Clearly Islam in Australia is also the extreme, rare, exceptional form of Islam like it is everywhere else in the world.
Vlad Tepes has some good comments on his blog re this vid. take a look!
The Rise of Middle Eastern Crime in Australia
by Tim Priest
I BELIEVE that the rise of Middle Eastern organised crime in Sydney will have an impact on society unlike anything we have ever seen.
In the early 1980s, as a young detective I was attached to the Drug Squad at the old CIB. I remember executing a search warrant at Croydon, where we found nearly a pound of heroin. I know that now sounds very familiar; however, what set this heroin apart was that it was Beaker Valley Heroin, markedly different from any heroin I had seen. Number Four heroin from the golden triangle of South-East Asia is nearly always off-white, almost pure diamorphine. This heroin was almost brown.
But more remarkable were the occupants of the house. They were very recent arrivals from Lebanon, and from the moment we entered the premises, we wrestled and fought with the male occupants, were abused and spat at by the women and children, and our search took five times longer because of the impediments placed before us by the occupants, including the women hiding heroin in baby nappies and on themselves and refusing to be searched by policewomen because of religious beliefs. We had never encountered these problems before.
As was the case in those days, we arrested every adult and teenager who had hampered our search. When it came to court, they were represented by Legal Aid, of course, who claimed that these people were innocent of the minor charges of public disorder and hindering police, because they were recent arrivals from a country where people have an historical hatred towards police, and that they also had poor communications skills and that the police had not executed the warrant in a manner that was acceptable to the Muslim occupants.
The magistrate, well known to police as one who convicted fewer than one in ten offenders brought before him during his term at Burwood local court, threw the matter out, siding with the occupants and condemning the police. I remember thinking, thank heavens we don’t run into many Lebanese drug dealers.
In 1994 I was stationed at Redfern. A well known Lebanese family who lived not far from the old Redfern Police Academy were terrorising the locals with random assaults, drug dealing, robberies and violent anti-social behaviour. When some young police from Redfern told me about them, curiosity got the better of me and I asked them to show me the street they lived in. Despite the misgivings of the young police, I eventually saw this family and the presence they had in the immediate area. As we drove away in our marked police car, a half-brick bounced on the roof of the vehicle. The driver kept going.
I said, “What are you doing, they’ve just hit the car with a house brick!”
The young constable said, “Oh, they always do that when we drive past.”
The police were either too scared or too lazy to do anything about it. The damage bill on police cars became costly and these street terrorists grew stronger and the police became purely defensive. You see, the Police Royal Commission was about to start and the police retreated inside themselves knowing that the judicial system considered them easy targets. The police did not want to get hurt or attract Internal Affairs complaints.
I have had well educated young Frenchmen scoff at me when pointing out that there are 750 ‘no-go-zones’ in the land of ‘Liberte’, Egalite’, Fraternite’- I have seen the ever increasing numbers of Mohammedans in even the smallest villages in Alsace Lorraine where I used to live. I drove through parts of Paris that looked scarier than the souks in Africa, where stopping the car might have put me in physical danger. I’ve seen many burning car’s during the French ‘intifadah’ in Strassbourg, and the ‘disenfranchised youth’s’ run through the streets smashing shopfronts shouting ‘Allahu Akhbar..’
The corrupt French government of Jaques Chirac and his georgeous dressman Dominique de Villepin has lost all legitimacy. They have sold out to the Mohammedan invasion and failed their people entirely. They are unable and unwilling to protect the citizens of France. What will the people of France do to to reverse the predicament they see themselves in?
Anybody surprised? The plucky little king, so civilized, so westernized, so eloquent and sophisticated, an ally of the United States, sounding so, so… so very ordinary, almost as vulgar as any Arab from Islamistan…
Almost like your every day jihad-Arab! Just like your Hezbollah spokesman! Almost like Ahmed-in-jihad in Iran!
Comon’ now, that can’t be true! You’re having me on! That nice little king?
Really: One could almost become Islamophobic!
Read it all:
Jordan’s King: Israel not as strong as we thought
And he promises that the two-state solution will solve everything. This was, of course, the original plan in 1948, and it didn’t satisfy the Muslims then; I doubt it will now. “King Abdullah: Israel not as strong as we thought,” from Ynet News, with thanks to Sr. Soph:
Jordan’s King Abdullah said during an interview with Tokyo-based newspaper The Daily Yomiuri that “The (Lebanon ) war last summer showed that Israel is not as strong as we had previously thought, and, justifiably or not, the perception in the Middle East is that Israel lost.”
Abdullah, who is currently visiting Japan, added that “More and more countries in the region will now believe that the only way to get
Israel to listen is through force and not negotiations. Israel will have to take a significant step in the right direction that will lead to calm in the region.”
The Jordanian king stressed that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict remains the main source of Mideast tension. “Until we deal with this issue, which can be easily resolved, the Middle East will be forever cursed, as will the entire Muslim world,” he said.
Abdallah said that in light of the current situation Israel must decide whether or not it wishes to remain isolated.
“The Arab countries are very interested in moving the peace process along, and this conveys a message to the Israelis: If we advance the peace process and implement a two-state solution, all the Arab and Muslim countries will agree to establish (diplomatic) relations with Israel,” he said.
Abdullah also asked a pointed question:
“The next step is to get to the streets, the schools, the homes. This is not a process that could take place over night. In certain places this process could take 15-20 years, but eventually the moderate majority must decide â€“ does it want to sit quietly, or does it plan to act against the horrible crimes committed in the name of religion?”
Update: Must see documentary about Krekar and how he rorts the system, H/T Â Vlad Tepes
This documentary shows one of Norway’s fake Muslim refugees scamming the system while plotting the demise of the west and his host nation.
If you speak out against the Islamic invasion in PC infested Scandinavia you will be called ‘racist’ and ‘Islamophobic’ – you will be vilified and dragged through the courts for being a ‘xenophobe’ who incites hatred.
But Mullah Krekar doesn’t beat around the bush: He is one of the few ‘honest Muslims’ who won’t use kitman and taqiyya to obscure and deflect or lie outright about the ultimate goals of the ‘Religion of Peace’.
The question is: Is anybody listening and will somebody somewhere do anything about it?
Norway’s most controversial refugee, Mullah Krekar, told an Oslo newspaper on Monday that there’s a war going on between “the West” and Islam. He said he’s sure that Islam will win, and he also had praise for suspected terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.
“We’re the ones who will change you,” Krekar told Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet in his first interview since an uproar broke out over cartoons deemed offensive to Muslims.
“Just look at the development within Europe, where the number of Muslims is expanding like mosquitoes,” Krekar said. “Every western woman in the EU is producing an average of 1.4 children. Every Muslim woman in the same countries are producing 3.5 children.
“By 2050, 30 percent of the population in Europe will be Muslim.”
He claimed that “our way of thinking… will prove more powerful than yours.” He loosely defined “western thinking” as formed by the values held by leaders of western or non-islamic nations. Its “materialism, egoism and wildness” has altered Christianity, he claimed.
Krekar, who’s been supported by the Norwegian government since arriving as a refugee from northern Iraq in the early 1990s, now faces deportation after violating the terms of his refugee status and being deemed a threat to national security.
Bin Laden ‘a good man’
Krekar told Dagbladet that he favours Islamic rule where political and religious leaders are one and the same. One such leader he respects, he said, is Osama bin Laden.
“Osama bin Laden is a good person,” Krekar said. He claimed Osama bin Laden is considered a terrorist simply because he lacks his own state.
“Those who say Osama bin Laden is a terrorist are themselves killing our women and children,” Krekar said.
Attempts to “spread democracy,” he claimed, are merely a ruse to wage war against Islam, adding that “the West destroyed the Taliban regime in Afghanistan” because “it feared the Islamic state.
Quetta is a resting spot, recruiting ground and meeting point for the militia, officials say.
By Laura King
Times Staff Writer
December 21, 2006
QUETTA, PAKISTAN â€” At a time when the Taliban is making its strongest push in years to regain influence and territory across the border in Afghanistan, this mountain-ringed provincial capital has become an increasingly brazen hub of activity by the Islamist militia.
Quetta serves as a place of rest and refuge for Taliban fighters between battles, a funneling point for cash and armaments, a fertile recruiting ground and a sometime meeting point for the group’s fugitive leaders, say aid workers, local officials, diplomats and others.
“Everybody is here,” said Mahmood Khan Achakzai, a Quetta-based member of Pakistan’s National Assembly, describing the routine comings and goings of senior Taliban commanders in Quetta, the capital of the Pakistani province of Baluchistan….
Singer James Brown, the self-proclaimed “Godfather of Soul,” who billed himself as the hardest working man in show business, died on Monday at age 73, his agent said.
Brown died at 1:45 a.m. at Emory Crawford Long Hospital in Atlanta after being admitted there over the weekend for treatment of severe pneumonia, his agent, Frank Copsidas, said.
The singer, also known as “Mr Dynamite,” is credited with bringing the word “funk” into mainstream musical vernacular and influencing a new generation of black music that spawned rap and hip-hop.
Brown’s hit “Say it Loud (I’m Black and I’m Proud)” became a civil rights anthem during the turbulent 1960s and he performed the song at Richard Nixon’s inaugural in 1969 — an act that temporarily hurt his popularity among young blacks.
More than anything else, Brown was a showman, typically changing suits a dozen times during a show and dancing himself into a frenzy on stage. He once said he aimed to wear out his audience and “give people more than what they came for — make them tired.”
He had more than 119 charting singles and recorded over 50 albums, was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame and received a lifetime achievement award from the Grammys in 1992.
Brown also built a successful business empire, including a string of radio stations and his own production company, and owned a fleet of expensive cars and his own plane.
He even played the role of a manic preacher in the hit 1980 movie “The Blues Brothers.”
“Soul is all the hard knocks, all the punishment the black man has had … all the unfulfilled dreams that must come true,” he once said.
ARRESTS, PRISON TIME
He was chosen to be a member of President Reagan’s Council Against Drugs, but was arrested several times in the mid-1980s and 90s and charged with drug and weapons possession.
By 1988 Brown, who had begun his music career in jail as a juvenile offender, was back behind bars, sentenced to six years for drug, weapons and vehicular charges after a high-speed car chase through Georgia and South Carolina which ended with police shooting out the tires of his truck. He left prison in 1991.
Brown emerged from a boyhood of extreme poverty and petty crime to become one of the biggest record-sellers in rhythm and blues and later achieved crossover success. His gospel-style voice backed by staccato horns brought a distinctive funky and frenetic sound to black and later white audiences.
“Feeling and flamboyance fused into calculated spontaneity,” one critic wrote of a Brown performance, adding he danced like a dervish and sang with “an astounding range of primitive emotional sounds — grunts, groans, screeches, screams, wails…”
Every record he made during 1960-77 reached the top 100. Big hits included “Please, Please, Please,” “Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag,” “I Got You (I Feel Good)” “Get Up (I feel like being a Sex Machine)” and “It’s a Man’s World.”
His 1985 monster hit “Living in America,” which was featured in the movie “Rocky IV,” brought him a whole new generation of fans and his first Grammy.
He combined his soul-rending music with a theatrical delivery. He also developed a trademark routine in which he would keep coming back on stage after a show and sing a few lines of “Please, Please, Please” with the sweat pouring from his bare-chested body.
His stage crew would throw a cape over his back and he would leave, only to reappear seconds later on his knees, moaning the song into the microphone. The routine would sometimes go on for 30-40 minutes and send his fans delirious.