Behind the Gates of Vienna
by Nicolai Sennels
I am now one of those who are accused of making Anders Breivik into a mass murderer. As Gates of Vienna is also involved, I thought my answer might be of interest and maybe also inspiration for GoV’s readers:
“In his commentary ‘Behind the Gates of Vienna’ in the August 19 edition of Weekend Newspaper, Arne Hardis puts me into the same category as Anders Breivik. The reason for this is that I have called the violent conflict between the Islamic world and everyone else a Third World War. We are not at war with Islam, but Islam is at war with us. The whole thing begins in the Quran, which in reality is a declaration of war against all non-Muslims.
Islamic terror has no limits, and Muslim ghettos have no fatherland. You may call it what you like, but the war on terror is a worldwide conflict.
Hardis also thinks that I am too harsh when I predict exchanges of fire between Muslim groups and Western authorities. Unfortunately, this has already happened several places, among others at Grenoble. There, the police chief said desperately at a press conference that ‘ they shoot at us like shooting at rabbits ‘.
The Islamists’ demand for local sharia states in Europe, which I likewise have predicted, is now a reality. Does Hardis dare to believe that there are no Muslims who will take to the usual means of terror and kidnapping in order to get these demands fulfilled? Breivik was fed up with the Leftist rulers’ careless policy toward a violent and totalitarian religion, and committed crimes against the democratic principles supported by Islam-critical blogs.
Only Breivik can assume the responsibility for his deplorable acts. Those who let Islam enter the Gates of Vienna, however, and sold their voters the dream of a happy multiculture, have burdened themselves with a historically huge responsibility.
Nicolai Sennels is a psychologist and the author of “Among Criminal Muslims: A Psychologist’s experiences with the Copenhagen Municipality”.
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