Sunday, June 06, 2010

Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/6/2010

Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/6/2010A study of Muslim teenage boys in Germany has demonstrated a correlation between religiosity and a propensity for violence — the more intense the Islamic devotion in the boys, the more likely they are to use violence. The author of the study was dismayed by the results, which showed that “even when other social factors were taken into account, there remained a significant correlation between religiosity and readiness to use violence.”

In other news, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is considering accompanying the Turkish Navy when it escorts the next “aid” flotilla, so that he can pay a visit to Gaza himself.

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Thanks to Barry Rubin, C. Cantoni, Fjordman, Insubria, KGS, TB, Vlad Tepes, Zenster, and all the other tipsters who sent these in.

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Jedilson Bonfim said...

The more devout, the greater the likeness between any mahoundians and the blood-thirsty, animalistic, savage and sub-human bedouins which (not who) invented mahoundianism. Just check out chapter two André Servier's MusulmanBook for a spot-on description of how the harshness of the environment of the Arabian Peninsula turned creatures that might otherwise have become real human beings into, well, what bedouins are. And the only thing that prevents bedouins from slaughtering each other is a common enemy to unite them temporarily on the same side, until that shared foe, the infidel, has been vanquished.

That's why in mahoundianism all roads ultimately lead to present-day Mogadishu, as far as relations between different families and clans are concerned. Saudi Arabia will go down the same path once its oil has dried up and there are no more fat monthly cash allowances to keep all that fratricide savagery in check.

Jedilson Bonfim said...

By the way, I should have mentioned that my comment was on the article about the correlation between devotion to mahoundianism and propensity to violence.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the Israelis can seize Erdogan and imprison him. One can wish. Erdogan must know he's looking at dying when his ship gets sunk. If the Turkish Navy can escort ships directly into Gaza, they can ship Iranian or Pakistani nuclear weapons directly to Gaza. That's a threat the Israeli's would be fools to create. They must sink that flotilla.

Would the US left be A-OK with the Russian navy demanding to "escort" ships into New York Harbor? Somehow I think that would be too provocative even for them.

Jedilson Bonfim said...

Papa Whiskey, I think that Recep the ayrab Erdoclown and its (not his) goons will probably try their mahoundian crap anyway... The article by Barry Rubin in the newsfeed is something I truly agree with, since free elections are the only obstacle in the way of those SOBs, since the military and the courts (which could have stood in their path) have been castrated in Erdoganistan, and there is nothing like whipping up devotion to the black stone to help them get larger shares of the vote in any elections.

I'd expect that clown to create as many crises as possible until the next Turkish election, as Barry Rubin wrote the AK party probably will, regardless of the consequences.

Zenster said...

Thank you, Papa Whiskey! Until today I'd never seen a Jewish horse. Something tells me that Turkey's crown jewels bear a strong resemblance to a pair of rough cut sapphires.

Zenster said...

Germany: Religious Muslim Boys More Violent, Study Says

A study that shows boys growing up in religious Muslim families are more likely to be violent seems set to reignite the debate over religion and integration, a media report said on Sunday.

This correlation suggests that it could be a prudent strategy to monitor every young German male who shows up for all five prayer sessions each day. It might not catch all of the radicals but, much like that proverbial bus load of lawyers on the lake bottom, it would certainly be a good start.

Anonymous said...

Zenster, those aren't really German boys.

Zenster said...

rebelliousvanilla: … those aren't really German boys.

I tend to agree, although the real problem is that Germany still treats them as though they are real "German boys", even if they don't act like it.

Plus, my point still stands in that any German person − immigrant or otherwise − who is not employed by the Bundesministerium des Innern (Federal Ministry of the Interior) and attends all five prayer meetings each and every day should be a prime candidate for surveillance.

This goes to the heart of why seemingly discriminatory laws against the burqa and veil nonetheless have their quite real value. Those who refuse to comply − and do not leave the country in protest − automatically identify themselves as hardcore Muslims who are worthy of being monitored.

Zenster said...

Turkish Regime Changes Sides, West Averts Eyes

After all, Turkey needed Israel as an ally when a secular government in Ankara regarded Iran, Syria, and Saddam Hussein’s Iraq as the main threats. Once there was a government which regarded Iran and Syria as its closest allies, Israel became a perceived enemy.

As always, Muslims want things both ways and Turkey is no exception.

Why bother being an ally with Israel, even if you do feel threatened by Iran?

We all know that Israel will most likely have to attack Iran on its own just to survive. So, why not get a few extra Islamic brownie points for bashing Israel while, at the same time, depending on her to cap Iran's worthless arse?

laine said...

Erdogan was feeling his oats politically (at least until trampled by an equine oat eater).

This is another example of Muslim encroachment. Maintain a low profile when you don't have the numbers, but keep chewing away like a termite at the non-Islamic institutions like the army in Turkey who could not alone maintain Ataturk's legacy. Ataturk was an unusually clear sighted leader who dragged Turkey ahead several centuries as the only Muslim country with secular government but Muslims left to their own devices know only Islam and sink back into the mire of the Dark Ages.

Erdogan's wife was veiled, a sure sign of fundamentalists. He's also the one who spouted that poem revealing "mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers".

What a "surprise" that he now publicly throws his lot in with Syria and Iran vs Israel. He feels free to do so because he senses the weakness squatting in the White House, worse than weakness actually. There's an active Muslim sympathizer there.