Saturday, February 14, 2009

Peace in Our Time

From today’s Jyllands-Posten (thanks to Zonka for the cartoon and the translation of the speech balloon):

Peace in our time

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9 comments:

Citizen Kane said...

Quite frankly, I am ashamed of my government. They have caved in to threats of violence from the Muslim community.

Czechmade said...

Do not be sad, one day the hymen of .slam will be publically perforated.

Wilders was a too little attempt. One day it will come from a ruling party, no plastic operation will be of any avail for the wailing minority.

"How the image/body of .slam lost its virginity for ever".

Then the muslims may kill .slam as a matter of the last "honour killing".

Piggy Infidel said...

Quite frankly, I am delighted by the actions of my government. Although to be fair, it was a lose/lose situation for them, and thus a win/win situation for us.

If they ban Wilders, it publicises Fitna and confirms that the Govt is now terrified of the Muslims who they have cheerleaded into the country for the past 30 years. Result = voters turn to the BNP in ever increasing numbers.

If they allow Wilders, then (hopefully) 10 000 angry young Muslim males march on London, riots in the streets, all hell breaks loose. Result = voters realise that the long-term threat to our land is not terrorists, it is primarily the growing number of ordinary, born-in-Britain Muslims, ready to flex their demographic muscle. Result = more and more frightened voters turn to BNP

It's all good.

Graham Dawson (Archonix) said...

I was surprised at the fact that it got any media coverage at all. Wilders has been completely ignored for the last year by our media, who were more intent on focusing on Iraq and Israel (with predictable bias) than things happening on our own doorstep. I suspect it's genuinely caught them by surprise.

I'm trying to work out the implications but, time and again, the media and the political classes react with surprise when people disagree with their position on a range of subjects and when certain events happen that contradict their beliefs. They really do live in their own fantasy world. So, based on that, it's not really safe to really on the media for even a very loose image of the state of the country, nor will we be able to use it as an early warning for any trouble coming our way.

What I'm trying to say is; when the fight-back starts, it'll do so with no warning at all. One day we'll simply wake up to stories of mass riots in the streets of major cities. The media will wonder where all this anger came from and be unable to comprehend that they were part of the cause even as people are beating down the doors of their studios and offices.

The poll tax riots were predictable to anyone with a brain, given how the poll tax was presented, yet that caught the media by surprise despite the forewarning they had from being close to the left-wingers behind the uprising. How much more surprising an uprising of people they refuse to have any contact with?

Czechmade said...

We simply decide that we´ll win.
It is more than simple.

The air will communicate this meessage without media.

Zenster said...

Czechmade: Then the muslims may kill .slam as a matter of the last "honour killing".

While a delightful notion and splendid image, if terrorist atrocities like 9-11 and 7-7 did not inspire Muslims to junk their thoroughly desecrated belief system, it is highly unlikely that anything else will.

As to this cartoon, the image is absolutely spot on. It is difficult to decide what is more disturbing:

A.) Britain's voluntary refusal to recognize that they are repeating their World War II policy of appeasement.

B.) That Britain is voluntarily appeasing an almost carbon copy of Nazism.

One might think that either of the above realizations would trigger all sorts of historical alarms, even for those with a shoe-sized IQ. Alas, such is not the case and the history that Britain dooms itself to repeat is one of the most spectacularly gruesome episodes of the last century.

How is it possible for them to ignore this? To do so requires a memory hole of Grand Canyon proportions.

Robin Shadowes said...

As long as the internet connections doesn't break down I don't care. It's important for two reasons. First, we can't trust MSM only the free flow of information in cyber space. Secondly, to be able to keep contact with other persons, both in the close vicinity but also on a larger scale. Aside from that I want it to start as soon as possible. The sooner the better. I'm confident that we will win and muslims will loose in the end.

Czechmade said...

Robin -

I followed closely the actions developping in Germany
- they made the people feel stronger and good.

Zenster -

The muslims are obsessed with covering. But they in fact repeat always the same tricks (often unintentionally - a cultural bonus) like a bunch of gypsies on a bus stand.

Their only cultural contribution is presenting us with all these cheap tricks in hundreds of books.

At first it takes some time to see the structure, thereafter reading their mind is appallingly easy.

They will be NAKED were soon. And there is no burqa to cover them then. 9-11 you can cover with lies, not being naked - easy to read.

I had conversations with quite educated muslims living here and without pointing to islam I could detect all I needed.

Some of them were imployed by US gov. I would never employ them following my unintentional friendly test with no obvious contradiction or arguments.

Dave in Pa. said...

For shame, Britons!

The ghosts of so many brave Britons past must be spinning in their graves at this latest shameless cowardice by the British Government.