Thursday, June 17, 2010

Leftists and Muslims React to the PVV Victory

Wilders Victory

Needless to say, neither the Muslims nor the Left are pleased with Geert Wilders’ recent electoral victory, and they aren’t afraid to show it. Our Flemish correspondent VH has translated several brief pieces on the topic, and includes the accompanying images:

First, a Socialist response to the PVV victory from parool.nl:

Amsterdam skate shop bars PVV voters

The skate shop “Toms Outlet” in Amsterdam does not want to have any customers inside who voted for the party of Geert Wilders. On the shop window it reads: “PVV Voters Not Welcome”. A shop employee, Tim Pen, confirmed this in a response to a report by the local broadcaster, AT5.

Tim Pen said he finds the gains by Wilders’ party to be ‘‘disgusting’’. He wrote the text on the shop window because he ‘‘seriously disagrees with the ideas of the PVV’’ […] ‘‘I suspect 70 percent of the people who voted for him would otherwise not have voted, because they have no idea of what is going on in the world.’’

He will not, however, check the customers on their voting behavior when they enter the shop. ‘‘It’s more a symbolic kind of text.” […] “Those who do not agree with it will be invited to have a talk about it”.

PVV not welcome

The Amsterdam photographer Thomas Schlijper took a picture of the shop window, which was also published at GeenStijl.nl: “Where have we actually seen this before?”

On May 20, before the elections, Izz Ad-Din Ruhulessin, a Muslim columnist for the [left-wing] newspaper De Volkskrant, wrote (translated excerpt):
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It is up to the Dutch people: Do not recognize a government with Wilders, not in word nor deed. Say: “I do not recognize this government as legitimate representative of the people.” Strike. Demonstrate. Barricade. Occupy. Do not collaborate. A political crisis will result. But that’s just the price to be paid, if one really wants to take a stand for the Muslims. […] The Muslims will at least have clarity about their position in the Netherlands. Once and for all know we will who our friends are and who our enemies are. Those who accept the legitimacy of a government that includes the Party for Freedom are our enemies. The upcoming formation [of a coalition government] will be a historical one. […] Wilders and the Party for Freedom cannot and must not be tolerated under the guise of “he is just democratically elected” and other fallacies. Being democratically elected does not automatically mean they are legitimate or morally just. Even democratically elected governments can act outside the democratic ethic. Nip the PVV in the bud while you can, because prevention is better than a cure. Thinking that the horrors of history cannot repeat themselves in a “civilized country” such as the Netherlands is dangerous, naïve, and foolish.

On June 2 [excerpt], from De Volkskrant:

If we really want to accomplish anything in this discussion, than the traditional concepts should be resolutely rejected. Nearly nine million natives must be re-educated; and learn that they are not in the position to demand, or expect, of other ethnic groups, but to adapt to them.

And on election day he used his voting right to invalidate his ballot paper by scribbling in Arabic on it:

Ruhulessin 1

Ruhulessin 2And also by drawing a middle finger on it:

15 comments:

Zenster said...

Thinking that the horrors of history cannot repeat themselves in a “civilized country” such as the Netherlands is dangerous, naïve, and foolish.

If this was your typical modern-day Westerner with the usual attention span of a fruit fly, such a lack of historical perspective would be understandable.

However, the above comes from a Muslim and is, literally, dripping with taqiyya. For a Muslim to admonish us in the West about any "horrors of history" without fully admitting how Islam is responsible for a huge portion of those same horrors is the height of hypocrisy. I call bu!!$hit.

LAW Wells said...

If we really want to accomplish anything in this discussion, than the traditional concepts should be resolutely rejected. Nearly nine million natives must be re-educated; and learn that they are not in the position to demand, or expect, of other ethnic groups, but to adapt to them.

I almost did a double-take on this one, and followed the link to confirm it.

That he says it at all, that these people need to be "re-educated" (the alarm bells of totalitarianism began ringing almost immediately upon reading it the passage) is pathetic. That he was given a mass-media outlet to do it... is more than just disgraceful. It's high treason against the Dutch people, and puts paid to the idea that fascism and Nazism are "conservative" ideologies.

This man demands respect, and yet cannot respect others. A pity nfor him that reciprocity is the key to all relationships. Eventually, such a lack of respect will really bite Islam back. Hard.

EscapeVelocity said...

Tough to re-educate a well armed citizenry.

rebelliousvanilla said...

Ok, so other ethnic groups shouldn't adapt to the Dutch, but the Dutch should adapt to them? Nice logic.

And hey, if people who didn't vote for Wilders' party wouldn't see as legitimate a government with him in it, then people who voted for his party shouldn't see as legitimate a party without him?

I won't even go into the other things. While Nazism isn't a conservative European way, stripping all non-ethnic Dutch of their citizenship is.

Jedilson Bonfim said...

‘‘I suspect 70 percent of the people who voted for him (Wilders) would otherwise not have voted, because they have no idea of what is going on in the world.’’

Like such leftards do, or could ever do... Some of them would never get it even if they found themselves with their heads on a chopping block short after Friday zebiba-making sessions.

Jedilson Bonfim said...

LAW Wells, the suggestion that those nine million people need to be "re-educated" sounds exactly like Hamas-pimping Turkish foreign minister Ahmet Davutoglugluglu's demand, right after the Swiss minaret ban, that the Swiss voters' decision needed to be "corrected."

No, that demand that democracy be done away with didn't come from an islamo-commie column writer that looks like your average member of the mahoundian student association, but from the foreign minister of Dar al-OpenSewer's supposedly "most Westernized country" ("Westernized" only if we believed the propaganda our leaders try to shove down our throats, that is.) And yet I've seen no condemnation whatsoever of that statement, or demands that it be retracted from our gutless, sell-out political leaders.

It sure should make us wonder how committed to democracy such dhimmis really are... No, wait, we already know that. If they didn't have contempt, and contempt only, for democracy, they would never have created the EU.

Yorkshireminer said...

What has been interesting is that there has been a change in the way the way the PVV and Geert are being attacked. There is still plenty of criticism in the style of Right wing fascist, ani-muslim Blah Blah Blah. What has disappeared is implied threat Lord Acmed style. If you don't do what we tell you we will bring 10,000 angry muslims, put in what figurer you like on to the streets, it just doesn't work when you are the third largest party in Holland and it threatens the other parties as well.

The bit in the Volkerkrant is nothing more than pretentions of personal grandure. Individual hubris on steroids.

What has happened thou is that the Attacks have been coming from the business community. Geert and the PVV are bad for our image abroad , which implies that people will not buy our goods, which means that we will lose jobs, if you lose your job blame it on the PVV. Its all bullshit of cause, as I pointed out in my local pub the other night, that the cartoon episode in Denmark lead to more sales and in fact was good for jobs, that the Chinese murdered I don't know how many students on Tieneman square and we still buy there crap.

Anyway back at the Hague the VVD and the PVV are in conclave and the CDA playing the coy virgin role for all it is worth.

R. Hartman said...

The 'Christian Democrats' (CDA) have pulled the plug on a right wing coalition.

In an unprecedented move, Maxime Verhagen refused to join Mark Rutte and Geert Wilders in formation talks. "Let them sort out their differences first, and when they show me their plans we will decide whether to join them or not", he said.

CDA is so cowardly, that even in that case they'd have their voters decide whether or not to join VVD and PVV. Should those decide to say NO, VVD and PVV would have laid their cards on the table in vain.

No wonder Wilders did not want to give in to this kind of blackmail. "Discussing a possible coalition we do with three, or not at all", he said.

When talks about a leftist coalition will start, CDA probably will not wait on the side until the other parties have sorted out their differences. In that case, it will have shown what this move really was: Cordon Sanitaire.

The stage is set for the next political murder...

gama said...

Would that sanctimonious muslim columnist sing the same tune with Hamas ?
" Being democratically elected does not automatically mean they are legitimate or morally just. Even democratically elected governments can act outside the democratic ethic. "
Izlam hypocrisy is thy name !

Snouck said...

There is nothing wrong with the proprietor of a shop refusing entrance to PVV-voters. He is free to associate with whom he wants to. Also the use of a Godwin by Geenstijl is inappropriate. The reference is to the "Jews not admitted" policy Dutch public places had to enforce on orders of the Nazi-occupation authorities in 40-45. This is inappropriate because such a state enforced policy has a broad reach which can not be compared to individual busness proprietors associating with customers at their own discretion.

Compare it to the right of bar and nightclub owners to refuse young muslim males, because these are a menace to the non-muslim customers.

Regards,

Snouck

sheik yer'mami said...

A clear case of slander and defamation in todays Dutch News against Wilders:

" Could Rutte, who calls himself a Liberal in the true sense of the word, really form a government with a man who calls for kneecapping, mass deportations and commandos on the streets?"

We all know that Wilders never called for

"kneecapping, mass deportations and commandos on the streets"

The lies and the slander has to be stopped. If any of you knows Wilders e-mail please pass it on. The depravity from the extreme left, the venom and the bile is bad enough as it is. But this is character assassination at its worst.

They need to learn that they can't get away with it any longer.

sheik yer'mami said...

Ah, sorry I forgot to add the link:

http://www.dutchnews.nl/columns/2010/06/one_down_one_to_go.php

R. Hartman said...

@Snouck
In a free world, of course, you are quite correct. All rights derive from ownership, from property rights.

What's wrong with this picture is that should that shop owner have banned supporters from 'Nederland Bekent Kleur', islamists or even PvdA or D'66 voters, he probably would have been arrested for inciting hatred, or have had the shop demolished.

The oligarchy The Netherlands is not a country where property rights are honored. The smoking ban is a prime example. Political Correctness rules, not reason or moral ethics.

The art-librarian Ingrid Rep is another example. She refuses to deal with artists who voted for PVV. Now how she thinks to control that, as voting is anonymous, is another matter, but this is a civil servant, paid from tax money, likely from PVV voters. But I haven't read anywhere that she will forsake 17% of her salary, because it's PVV voter money.

The comparison to the situation with the Jews is valid insomuch as that the demonisation of the PVV is driven by members of parliament, civil servants and subsidized parasites. A PVV voter who had put up a poster had his double-glazed window smashed within hours. No such violence against non-PVV supporters.

This anti-PVV campaign does not, as a rule, come from private citizens who earn their own living and in return get extorted by the state in order to keep the parasites happy. It stems from the state and its brainwashed propaganda victims, like the murder of Pim Fortuyn was incited by the state.

As an anarcho-capitalist, I say: abolish the state. I haven't voted, as I refuse to legitimize the schemings of this corrupt oligarchy. Voting means accepting the 'rules of engagement' and any results it may bring. Voters cannot complain they do not get their way, as they accepted that possibility when they cast their vote.

If voting changed anything, it would long have been made illegal (forgot who said this).

Zenster said...

Great post, gama. Hypocrisy, indeed!

sheik yer'mami: If any of you knows Wilders e-mail please pass it on.

g.wilders(at)tweedekamer.nl

R. Hartman: If voting changed anything, it would long [ago] have been made illegal

This sentiment is echoed in a quip by the immortal Mexican comedian, Cantinflas:

There must be something wrong with work, otherwise the rich would have stolen it from us long ago

Green Infidel said...

Skater Tom probably likes to smoke weed, drinks to world peace, and thinks both Dutch and immigrants are all the same... but likely only hangs out with his fellow white middle-class Dutch homies.