'ISLAM' wins two seats in Belgium

Straightforward. In your face. No pretences: Islam, vote for Islam, people! Demographics will take care of the rest.

“Islamic law, I am for it. It is a long term struggle. It is going to take decades, maybe a whole century, but the movement has started.”

Two municipal councilors for the “Islam” party were just elected to office in Belgium. They are unabashed Islamists, and openly state that their long-term aim is to establish sharia in the country that allowed them to settle, behind, what they perceive to be, enemy lines.

It used to be that only eccentrics, such as the notorious Ilford firebrand Anjem Choudary, openly espoused the establishment of Islamic law in Europe. But, as their numbers increase, more and more Muslims are clearly stating the truth — which so many Western politicians and media people do not want to hear.

Vlad Tepes has more:

In Belgium, Muslims are well into the ‘establish a sharia state’ phase now.

There is  not one country on earth where Muslims are not plotting & planning to replace the existing order. It must be understood that this is their purpose in life, their religious obligation;  to force everyone into the fold of Islam, to establish the sharia  either through terrorism and intimidation, thuggery, crime or corruption, or via misuse of the electoral process as you see below. In most places its both.

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  1. Thursday, 17 January 2013

    Belgian Army Cannot Expel Jihadists from its Ranks

    Posted by Cheradenine Zakalwe

    People belonging to extremist movements can easily serve in the Belgian army. The defence minister Pieter De Crem has no legal basis for expelling soldiers because of their Salafist convictions, said the De Morgen newspaper on Thursday.

    A few weeks ago, however, the minister had promised that extremists would be shown the door. “Any Salafism at the heart of the defence department will not be tolerated and will lead irrevocably to dismissal,” he had indicated to the defence commission after it was announced that were around a dozen soldiers with radical islamist convictions at the heart of the military intelligence service.

    But according to an internal report, the legal means to do this are lacking. As long as it involves groups or organisations that are not prohibited by law, soldiers are permitted to join them.

    “In reality the army cannot oppose them”, explains Dirk Deboodt of CGSP Défense [trade union]. “A soldier who smokes a joint is at greater risk of being excluded from the army than a soldier who is a member of Blood&Honour or a soldier whose goal is to wage jihad in Somalia.”
    Source: 7sur7.be

    Note how they create a false moral equivalence between jihad warfare, which is offensive, and European nationalism, which is purely defensive.

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