Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Nicolai Sennels: An Open Letter to David Cameron

We’ve posted previously about the Danish psychologist Nicolai Sennels and his work with Muslim criminals in Denmark’s juvenile justice system. After hearing the British Prime Minister’s speech in Turkey yesterday, he wrote an open letter to Mr. Cameron, which was posted at 180grader:

Dear Prime Minister David Cameron,

You say you want Turkey to be member of EU. I personally think that you just want the rest of Europe to have the same problems with Muslims as you do. But that is my personal guess — here are the hard facts:

99.8 percent of the more than 77 million Turks living in Turkey are Muslims. Please study the Quran and see what that means: It is a criminal book that forces people to do criminal things! From September 11th 2001 (do you remember…?) to July 28th 2010 there have been 15,373 confirmed murders motivated by the Quran and the inhuman example of the Muslims prophet as described in his life story in the Hadiths. Do you really think we need to open our European borders to 77 million followers of such an ideology?

Turkish immigrants in Denmark have a crime index of 184 (meaning that they are close to double as criminal as the average Danish citizen). Do you really think we need more of that on our continent?

Did you know that “Three out of four women in all of Turkey is in average victim to physical or psychological violence at least one time per month.”? Do you want such a view on women to take root in our societies?

And did you know that “70 percent of the Turkish citizens never read books, Konda public opinion researchers said, APA reports. The research centre conducted opinion poll among 6482 respondents and found out mood of national and religious discrimination, as well as isolation is still in a high level in the country. According to researches, despite that there are many Turks living in the European countries, 90 percent of Turkish citizens never travel to the foreign countries. 73 percent of respondents were against the purchasing of real estate by the foreigners. Most of them considered the neighbour countries as a threat for the territorial integrity of Turkey. The researchers found out interesting facts about the women’s role in the Turkish society. 70 percent of respondents think that the woman can work only by consent of her husband. 57 percent said considered appearance of women in the public places without headscarves as unacceptable.” Do you think such a culture belongs in Europe?
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Public opinion in EU countries generally opposes Turkish membership, though with varying degrees of intensity. The Eurobarometer September-October 2006 survey [77] shows that 59% of EU-27 citizens are against Turkey joining the EU, while only about 28% are in favour.” Do you know what representative democracy means?

Turks in Denmark are more criminal than Somalis, Iranians and Iraqis (all war stricken countries with a high amount of traumatized refugees). This statistic is made by the Danish State’s Bureau of Statistics and is correlated for economical and educational status. We Europeans are sick and tired of criminal foreigners being invited to our countries by the politicians that we — with our votes — trusted to take good care of our countries!

25-30 percent of all marriages in Turkey are intermarriages. This means that 25-30 percent of all Turks are the result of inbreeding. Surely you already know that inbreeding between cousins doubles the risk of mental and physical handicaps and that Western societies are already struggling hard with the economic consequences of handicapped immigrants. Besides the 100 percent increase in handicaps it also effects the intelligence of the offspring negatively — which surely our schools and institutions have noticed: “…studies in which the effects of inbreeding on cognitive performance have been examined revealed that offspring of first-cousin marriages had lower IQ scores than offspring of unrelated parents. …offspring of unrelated parents performed better than offspring of first-cousin marriages in intelligence and achievement tests administered at grades 4 and 6. The lowest level of performance and a higher variance were found for offspring of double-cousin marriages. The inbreeding depression found in this study is consistent and cannot be explained by the effects of socioeconomic status.” Do you think that this can partly explain why the Turkish population already living in Europe proved to be incapable of integrating to the necessary extent in our high tech knowledge societies?

Did you know that in several provinces in Turkey “13 percent of the parents and 9.9 percent of students had witnessed an honour killing. … The study also showed that 26.2 percent of the parents and 25.9 percent of the students said they support such killings”? Can you tell me: What honour is there in killing unarmed and helpless family members?

The majority of Turks elected a prime minister — Erdogan — who has been in jail for promoting violent Islamic messages in Turkey. Erdogan sent his daughters abroad to avoid the Turkish ban on head scarves in public schools and universities. Do you want a people that elect such a leader free access to our welfare societies?

I tell you one thing, David: You will never ever succeed in getting Turkey into Europe! Never.


Nicolai Sennels

Psychologist and author of “Among Criminal Muslims. A psychologist’s experiences from the Copenhagen Municipality.”

Hat tip: TB


Malik al-Inkitar said...

It is a well argued piece, well supported with evidence and, as we know, facts are stubborn things.

Unfortunately, facts are not as stubborn as men who have proven unwilling to pay heed to them. David Cameron has made a calculation about his personal - and his class - interest and as these do not coincide with the interests of the English people, the English people must suffer for his pleasure.

Jewel said...

I'm going to bet against you, malik, and say that they will not only get the Turks in, but they will be ruthless in crushing any opposition. Europe will be toast.

Nomadic100 said...

Anticipating future contributions, I suspect what will happen is that we will argue fine points among ourselves and we will all be ignored by people who make decisions and who have something at risk by ignoring us.

So: send copies of posts to friends, relatives, elected representatives, etc. - in short, to whomever you know and ask them to do the same. Then, let's see what happens!

Anonymous said...

Hope this isn’t a double post (technical difficulties):
American conservatives should also be more aware and active in opposing the expansion of Islam in Europe, considering that Islam started from a small % in Europe not that long ago – and that a relatively easy way for the Muslims to expand their power base is to politically/demographically take over countries which already have advanced technology. They don’t necessarily need a numerical majority to exert considerable influence, given the aggressive stance that they take even when in the minority (e.g. effective no-go zones in major European cities). As Gates of Vienna has pointed out, it is not necessarily the Islam that obviously misbehaves which poses the greatest risk – it is the smart ones who go the political/demographic takeover route, in a fully legal and polite manner.

Henrik R Clausen said...

Unfortunately, facts are not as stubborn as men who have proven unwilling to pay heed to them.

Which this piece also goes to show.

I've been engaged in documenting the utter FAIL of the idea to admit Turkey into the EU, and found that even with the best of documentation, most politicians don't listen.

Looks like our political systems have grown much too large and too powerful for them to be held accountable by the opinions (and documentation) of - *gasp* - citizens!

Democracy means "Rule by the people". I want that back!

Anonymous said...

I wonder how can you lecture Turkey over their marriage stuff, when Europeans had the most dysgenic reproductive ways ever in the last 50 years. And Turks despite all that are smarter than Sub Saharian Africans and a lot of other people, so heh.