Saturday, July 14, 2012

The Crossroads of History

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Conny Axel Meier is a publicist living in Gemmingen (Southern Germany). He is the Chief Executive Manager of Bürgerbewegung Pax Europa (Citizens’ Movement Pax Europa, BPE), the foremost Human Rights organization in Germany, which fights against the rising threats being imposed by the Islamization of Europe. BPE is an independent non-partisan movement and distances itself from all right-wing or left-wing extremists and all xenophobic movements.

The objective is to protect not only democratic, free and secular rule of law in our countries but also struggle for European culture based on the Judeo-Christian tradition and — especially — on the values of the Enlightenment. BPE keeps people informed about how Islamization challenges, threatens and undermines our free and democratic order.

Below is the prepared text of the speech given by Conny Axel Meier at the Brussels Conference on July 9, 2012.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Friends of Free Speech,

It’s a very great honour for me, and I’m proud to be here in Brussels and to speak to you representing the foremost German human rights organisation that stands for the preservation of freedom and democracy against Islamic supremacism, the Citizens Movement Pax Europa. Thank you very much, Elisabeth, Alain, Ned and my dear friend Henrik and all of you.

A study from the University of Hamburg in 2007 reveals that 14% of Muslims in Germany prefer Sharia instead of democracy. That means that at least half a million persons in Germany are supporters of Sharia. Half a million followers of Islamic Supremacism.

And what are those appeasers continue telling us? That it might be only a tiny minority of misunderstanders among all the millions of peaceful Muslims? Islamisation seems only a fantasy, and we are simply Islamophobes and bigots?

In the year 1928 — only five years before Hitler seized power in Germany — his Nazi-Party NSDAP numbered about 100,000 members, a fifth of the actual number of Sharia-supporters. It was a tiny minority then, too.

So what do we learn from history? Mahatma Gandhi said: History teaches the people that history teaches the people nothing.

Again we are living at the crossroads of history. Already at least half a million Islamic supremacists in Germany believe that Muhammad gave them the order “to fight against people until they say that ‘there is no god but Allah’, that ‘Muhammad is the messenger of Allah’, they pray, and pay zakat” (Koran)
Can we allow that? Do we permit this? Not at all!

In the last two years we had some good and some bad news. Geert Wilders was finally acquitted of all hate-speech charges. But my friend Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff was fined in Austria for telling the truth about Mohammed. Also our fellow activist Lars Hedegaard in Denmark was accused for a similar reason by a Danish court. Poor Europe!

What does that all mean for us? The Western world is not yet lost at all. We do still keep hope for a bright future. But we must fight for it.

G. J. Alexander Knoops, a Dutch lawyer and professor of international criminal law at the University of Utrecht, commented the verdict on Geert Wilders in this way: “The judgment is in line with the case law of the European Court on Human Rights, which in 2010 held that only when certain statements incite to violence, there is a role for criminal law.”

Did Geert Wilders incite to violence? No.

Did Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff incite to violence? Definitely not.

Did Lars Hedegaard incite to violence? Not at all.

Does the Koran incite to violence against “unbelievers”?

You know the answer.

Freedom of expression is of high value and the most elementary of all human rights. Without freedom of speech, no other freedom will be left in the future.

Since the OIC, the Organisation of the Islamic Conference, is year after year pressuring the United Nations and the Human Rights Council to criminalize and penalise any criticism of Islam, our action is needed worldwide. A further effort was started by OIC with the so called “Istanbul Process” last year, another attempt to stop free speech. Therefore I am happy that here in Brussels this European conference takes place in order to work together worldwide to stop Sharia, stop Islamic supremacism, — stop Islamisation.

I prepared a report for you about the present situation of Free Speech in Germany. Please read it carefully. You will read about the German Journalist Michael Mannheimer, who is in lawfare right now for defending our Constitutional Rights in an article on his weblog.

You will read about riots from left-wing extremists in Stuttgart. You will read about Muslim rioters in Bonn and Solingen and about Mohammed Cartoons. You will read that some politicians who promote Sharia-law and try to limit Free Speech. And you will realize that Media and Universities promote Sharia-law sometimes. And you will be informed about the background of the Muslim Organisations in Germany and their agenda, following strictly the agenda of OIC and Muslim Brotherhood.

But: We will never surrender! Let’s continue spreading truth about Islam. Let’s do that in order to save freedom and liberty for the future of our children and grandchildren. After Fascism and Communism we do not want to be subjected again under another totalitarian ideology — this time Islam.

Therefore: Advertise and report the truth about Islamic supremacism, about creeping Sharia and about this evil threat for the whole civil world.

United we stand and united we shall win!

Thank you.

Previous posts about the Brussels Process:

2012 Jul 11 Beginning the Brussels Process
    11 The Brussels Declaration
    11 What is Sharia?
    11 The Brussels Conference
    11 Conference Agenda
    11 Conference Speaker Bios
    11 Brussels 2012 Defender of Freedom Award
    11 Proceedings — Brussels 2012
    11 Interview with Tommy Robinson at the European Parliament
    11 Press Release: Brussels Process Launched
    12 Pointing the Way for Freedom of Speech and the Press
    12 Brussels 2012: Prof. Hans Jansen’s Speech
    12 Tommy Robinson Speaks at the European Parliament
    12 The Death Throes of Free Speech in Europe
    13 “You Can’t Hide the Truth”
    14 Brussels 2012: Magdi Allam’s Speech