Monday, November 12, 2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/12/2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/12/2012The culturally-enriched Danish town of Kokkedal has decided not to fund the town’s traditional Christmas tree this year, even though it spent lavishly on a recent Eid festival. Journalists who came to cover the story were called racists, and had their van pelted with bottles and cobblestones.

In other news, the Japanese government warns that the country is heading into a severe recession. Meanwhile, immigrant children in Sweden are increasingly faking mental illness to avoid deportation.

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Anonymous said...

Trond Ali Linstad's
muslim manifest (2011, post 22 July)

Linstad's 15 points manifest about how muslims should act in Norway, among other things to fly the islamic flag, is quite provoking

Point no 4
"Muslims must not engage in any ideas or norms, by the (Norwegian) state or other, which are not compatible with islam."

Point No 7
"...but Norwegian authorities are taking part, along with the USA and with Israel, in hungering the people in Gaza"

Western aid pays well

Anonymous said...


Muslim manifest
Pre 22 July 2011

The muslim manifest, by Trond Ali Linstad was published 24 January 2010, Pre 22 July, and updated in Aftenposten's article Post 22 July, 12 October 2011