Introducing Oskar Freisinger, proudly Swiss, "extremist," "bigoted" and "xenophobic"

“There is one law, and one constitution for every person in this country. And there is no special law for an Islamic girl, or an Islamic man. There is no Sharia.”

A Swiss patriot speaks to Diana West — “A Swiss ‘Extremist’ Against Islamic Law”:

*  Sheik yer’mami sez: if resisting sharia, hijab, burka, niqab, public flogging, stoning of women, FGM, honor killing, slavery, pedophilia, the spreading of mosques in infidel countries, unchecked Islamic immigration, head,-hand and feet chopping, polygamy and sabre-rattling, hate-spewing, bearded Islamofascist clerics makes me ‘extremist, bigotted, far-right, xenophobic or Islamophobic’ I will proudly stand up and be counted. But what does that make those who support the retards who seek to pervert our culture and civilization?


THE SWISS ALPS, SWITZERLAND — “Explain the minaret ban,” I asked.I was sitting in the side room of a house, overlooking a flat plot somewhat larger than the trampoline outside. Beyond that trampoline, still visible in the evening light, rose the Swiss Alps. Across the table, Oskar Freysinger sat poised to address my query over some cups of espresso, speaking as a local leader of the Swiss People’s Party.

Or perhaps I should say — a local leader of the “extremist,” “bigoted” and “xenophobic” Swiss People’s Party. That’s how this largest political party in tiny Switzerland is routinely discussed, or, rather, dismissed by elites, glitterati and other social deadweights.

Why? Because the Swiss People’s Party is, with noticeable success, fighting to bring massive immigration, including Islamic immigration, under control in Switzerland before this rigidly neutral, quite independent, non-European Union country loses its uniquely Swiss character. (Hardly unimaginable given that 21.1 percent of Swiss residents are foreign.) This makes men like Freysinger a dire threat to the multicultural world order. Hence the very nasty, but meaningless names.

Now engaged in probably its greatest battle yet, the Swiss People’s Party has just amassed more than the requisite 100,000 signatures on a petition to trigger a national referendum, in this controversial case, on whether Switzerland should ban minarets, the towers that often soar high enough over mosques to transform the skyline of any cathedral town in Europe. Out of 90 mosques in Switzerland, only two have minarets. Three more are now in political limbo.

“We have long reflected on this,” said Freysinger, 48, a strongly built man whose intelligent face, long, dark pony tail and summer sandals confound the Tyrolean-capped, alpine stereotype. A high school teacher of German literature, he is bilingual in German and French, and plenty serviceable in both Italian and English, the latter being our interview lingo.

Discussing the “long progression” of Islam — now 4.3 percent of Switzerland’s mainly Christian population of 7.5 million — into Swiss life, he explains that what concerns him is “not the (Islamic) religion, but the law,” meaning Islamic law, or Sharia. And while there is religious freedom in Switzerland for new mosques, this same freedom does not extend to minarets, which he sees as political more than religious symbols. “Minarets are not necessary for the practice” of Islam, he explains.

Indeed, historically, the minaret has often served as a sign of Islamic political power. In our own era, it may be seen to symbolize the introduction of Islamic law into formerly non-Islamic societies.

“In that case,” Freysinger continued, “we said: `OK. We’ll attack the symbol. It’s always about symbols because symbols have a big truth behind them. And so we attack this symbol of conquering Islam and we say: You are welcome in our country, but there is one law, and one constitution for every person in this country. And there is no special law for an Islamic girl, or an Islamic man. There is no Sharia. Nothing.”


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4 thoughts on “Introducing Oskar Freisinger, proudly Swiss, "extremist," "bigoted" and "xenophobic"”

  1. Sure would be nice to see a sign at every Swiss border crossing that says “You are now entering a mosque free zone” for people entering that country. Maybe then the Koranists will finally get the message that they are not welcomed in at least one place in this world.

  2. Atleast someone to cheer about “Oskar Freysinger”, hope more of this ilk grow up in powerful positions to rein in this terror of islam. Kick islam out of ye country.

  3. Its refreshing to see that someone has got the courage to stand and be counted. Freysinger is deserving of wide support and he has got mine. The immediate challenges are to expose the project of Da’wa by the Islamic Brotherhood and its tool Taqiyya that was initiated by “Prophet” Muhammad at the onset of Islamic ideology.

    If frank discussion could be initiated with the members of Islamic community all the better but we should not be intimidated into hiding and or silenced because of fear.

    Keep up the good work.

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