19. december 2015

Halime Oguz (SF): Danskerne hetzer ikke Islam, muslimerne gør ‘negativt opmærksom på sig selv’

Islam er ikke en religion i lutheransk forstand, og den Islam den gode Halime Oguz (SF) plæderer for, har meget lidt med kilderne at gøre. God kronik af Halime Oguz i Berlingske – Hvorfor er nogle muslimer så konfrontations-søgende?

“… lige så vel som religioner kan samle, kan de skabe splittelse, frustrationer, og had. Flere af mine muslimske trosfæller lægger også vægt på, at deres tro dominerer negativt i det offentlige rum, dvs. på en måde, der er på konfrontationskurs med det øvrige danske samfund. Det kan dels have en uheldig indflydelse på, hvilke signaler der bliver sendt til det øvrige danske samfund, dels bevirke, at der for muslimer finder en uheldig socialisering sted.

Jeg husker fra min skoletid, at flere af os med muslimsk baggrund blev fritaget for religionsundervisning, og vi måtte heller ikke deltage i lejrskoler eller andre aktiviteter uden for skoletiden. Det skabte en underlig fornemmelse af at være uden for, men også af at være noget særligt, og når jeg ser på mange af mine gamle muslimske klassekammerater i dag, kan jeg se, at de møder det øvrige danske samfund med mistro og skepsis. Troen bidrager her ikke just til fællesskabet, men skaber snarere en kløft til det øvrige danske samfund.

Muslimer får lov til at dyrke deres tro i alle afskygninger, og der er moskeer for shia- og sunnimuslimer eller særlige moskeer på baggrund af deres nationale tilhørsforhold. Men alligevel skal muslimernes tro igen og igen være anledning til, at de forlanger særhensyn eller direkte sætter sig op imod danskerne, ofte med den begrundelse, at der bliver drevet hetz mod dem.

Hvorfor opviser det jødiske mindretal ikke en tilsvarende trodsighed? Jo, ikke mindst fordi jøderne går mere stille med dørene med deres tro. Måske har den påståede hetz mod muslimerne således ikke sin årsag i en specielt hetzende adfærd hos danskerne, men i at muslimerne hele tiden gør så negativt opmærksom på sig selv. I modsætning til muslimerne har jøderne virkelig forstået, at troen bør være en privatsag.

[…]

Den franske eksistentialismes bannerfører, Jean-Paul Sartre, blev i sit senere værk opmærksom på, at det ikke kun drejer sig om individets frihed, men også om, at den enkelte skal stå til ansvar over for fællesskabet. Hvad den enkelte træffer af valg, har også konsekvenser for fællesskabet.

Det har jeg tit tænkt på, når jeg har skullet forholde mig til de dårligdomme, min egen muslimske tro har ført med sig. Enhver religiøs gruppering har en moral, men vi har brug for en moral, der rækker ud over vore egne religiøse fællesskabers snævre interesser. Vi skal tænke på, om det nu er så god en idé, at vort muslimske samfund på én gang er så skærmende om sig selv og så alligevel så konfrontationssøgende, for vi skal være klar over, at hvert valg, vi træffer, har konsekvenser, der breder sig som ringe i vandet.”

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9. november 2015

Palæstinenser: Ignorer jødehadende Hizb ut-tahrir, neddrosl kritikken, ordene fører aldrig til handling…

Palæstinensiske Tarek Ziad Hussein mener man skal neddrosle kritikken af en jødehadsk ’sekt’, da det blot er harmløse ord der aldrig fører til handling. Manden har været gæstevært på ‘Arabiske stemmer’ på P1, og blogger fast for Politiken. Fra Berlingske – Kan Hizb ut-Tahrir kvæles med danske kram og kærlighed?

“Ifølge den dansk-palæstinensiske debattør og foredragsholder Tarek Ziad Hussein… er det desuden en god idé at neddrosle den sædvanlige massive kritik fra medier og debattører rettet mod Hizb ut-Tahrir forud for stormødet. …

‘… For et par uger siden var jeg i Vejle, hvor jeg er vokset op. Her snakkede jeg med en af min fars gode venner, der voksede op i en flygtningelejr i Libanon. Jeg fortæller ham, at Hizb ut-Tahrir snart holder stormøde. Så griner han højlydt, inden han siger: ‘De er i dag fuldstændig, som de var for 30 år siden nede i flygtningelejren. De løber rundt og råber højt og slår på tromme for deres årlige møde. Men der sker aldrig mere end det. Og de siger altid det samme.’

Jeg giver min fars ven fuldstændigt ret,’ fortæller Tarek Ziad Hussein. …

‘Hvis du kigger på de mennesker, der er nået langt hos dem, så har de siddet der i 10-15 år. Der er altså ingen udskiftning i toppen. … Store ord, ingen handling,’ siger Tarek Ziad Hussein.

I stedet for at kalde dem et seriøst politisk parti, vil han hellere bruge betegnelsen ’sekt’. Han vil gerne rubricere dem med eksempelvis Jehovas Vidner:

Forskellen er bare, at Jehovas Vidner ingen opmærksomhed får, når de holder deres årsmøde. Det gør Hizb ut-Tahrir altid. Som udgangspunkt er det vigtigt, at alle ekstreme holdninger bliver beskrevet i medierne, hvad end de kommer fra nynazister, rockere eller som her fra en sekt med muslimsk baggrund. Men når dét så er sagt, skal vi altid huske på, hvor lille en gruppe de er, og hvor meget opmærksomhed, de egentlig får.'”

(Hizb ut-tahrir, konferencens indledende bøn, 9. november 2015; Foto: Facebook)



16. oktober 2015

Palæstinenser angriber israelere med kniv, og fremstilles som uskyldigt offer for zionistisk vold…

Jeg kan ikke gå i dybden med alle historier herboende palæstinensere baserer sin virkelighed på, men kunne alligevel ikke ignorere forsøget på at gøre en knivstikkende 14-årig palæstinenser til et uskyldigt offer for zionistisk vold. Herunder endnu et eksempel, endnu bedre dokumenteret.

(‘20.000 underskrifter for Palæstina i medierne’ på Facebook, 13. oktober 2015)

“One person was injured in a stabbing attack in the central Israeli city of Ra’anana Tuesday morning, the latest terror attack to strike deep in Israel as the country… The victim, a 32-year-old man, suffered light wounds to his upper body in the incident, a spokesperson for the Magen David Adom rescue service said. The attacker was taken into custody with serious injuries after being beaten by passers-by to stop the attack, police and MDA officials said.

According to an initial police investigation, the attacker, a 22-year-old East Jerusalem resident, approached a man at a bus stop and stabbed him. Times of Israel, 13. oktober 2015)

(Screencaps fra denne video; Jyllands-Posten)

Hurtige pluk fra den danske debat.

“Israelerne er og bliver en flok beskidte feje svin som kun tør handle som de gør når de er i flok. De ville skide i bukserne af skræk hvis Palæstinenserne var bare halvt så godt bevæbnede som disse Israelske Zionistiske svin der har terroriseret dem siden 1948.” (Tom Harly Allingham Sørensen, 13. oktober 2015)

“Hvor er verdenssamfundet hvordan i alverden kan man lade sådan et terrorregime få så meget magt og komme så godt afsted med alle deres grusomheder og modbydeligheder. Ord kan ikke beskrive dette terrorregimes rædsler…” (Suher Othman, 13. oktober 2015)

“Forfærdeligt, os ekstremt at når det er så åbentlyst på video hvorfor medierne her i Danmark ikke siger en skid om det, de kan i det mindste hjælpe med at være med til at få det til at stop…” (Nico Новгородский, 13. oktober 2015)

“Gas lortet!! Det åbenbart det eneste de forstår!!!” (Sofie Martoft, 13. oktober 2015)

“… eow han blev FUCKING TÆVET IHJEL må Allah straffe de forbandede jøder (Anas Khattab, 13. oktober 2015)

“Med det jødiske folk historie, burde man sgu ha et andet menneske syn. Tænk og behandle andre mennesker på den måde, SKAM JER.” (Kenneth D. P Mortensen, 14. oktober 2015)

“#zionisme_er_fascisme” (Per Holm Knudsen, 14. oktober 2015)

“De er ikke mennesker de er dyr hvordan kan man være så hjerteløs” (Ayan Omar Ahmed, 14. oktober 2015)

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Palæstinensere afbrænder Josefs grav i Nablus: “The site, where Jews go to pray, was badly damaged.”

Josefs grav har været udsat for hærværk adskillige gange, og flere er blevet dræbt i forbindelse med besøg. Efter at graven blev smadret i 2000, genopbyggede Nablus’ borgmester den i islams grønne farve, hvad siden blev omgjort. I 2007 blev graven fyldt med affald og sat i brand. Året efter var det brændende dæk. Fra BBC – Palestinian rioters torch Jewish holy site Joseph’s Tomb.

“Palestinians have torched a Jewish holy site in the West Bank city of Nablus, amid soaring tensions with Israel.

Rioters set fire to a tomb revered as that of the biblical figure Joseph. The site, where Jews go to pray, was badly damaged. It came hours after Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu called on the Palestinian leadership to stop a wave of attacks.

Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas condemned the arson and said the site would be repaired.”

(Josefs grav, Nablus)

Apropos.

“… det er netop palæstinensernes sag, som danske muslimer har oppe på lystavlen, når de i en meningsmåling foretaget af Wilke for Jyllands-Posten svarer på, om staten Israel har ret til at eksistere, vurderer en række kilder.

Lige over halvdelen af de adspurgte – 50,4 pct. – svarer nej til spørgsmålet. Blandt danske muslimer, der selv har palæstinensisk baggrund eller stammer fra Libanon, er det helt oppe på 77 pct., der helst så Israel forsvinde.” (Jyllands-Posten, 16. oktober 2015: Alle konflikters moder vækker også stærke følelser i Danmark)

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8. oktober 2015

Antologi: Mossad orkestrerede Krudttønden/synagogedrab – “… aimed a cranking up Islamophobia”

Det måtte jo næsten komme. Når nu jøderne ifølge Kevin J. Barrett stod bag angrebet på World Trade Center og skabte Islamisk Stat, så må jøderne naturligvis også stå bag angrebet på Charlie Hebdo i Paris og årets to danske terrordrab. Blandt bidragyderne til den herunder præsenterede antologi er Ole Dammegaard, en af loonismens danske topboys. Fra Barretts Veterans Today – Charlie Hebdo & Copenhagen: Netanyahu war crimes?

“… some analysts are suggesting that the Israeli Prime Minister may have helped orchestrate the recent terrorist attacks in Paris and Copenhagen.

A forthcoming book entitled We Are Not Charlie Hebdo: Free Thinkers Question the French 9/11 includes essays arguing that Netanyahu and other extreme-right-wing forces in Israel should be considered leading suspects in the attacks.

French philosopher-activist Alain Soral points out that in the summer of 2014, shortly after the Gaza massacre, Netanyahu issued an apparent threat to the government and people of France: Side with Palestine and you will be hit by terrorists. Then on December 2nd – one month before the Charlie Hebdo attack – France’s parliament voted 339 to 151 to recognize Palestine.

As Soral puts it:

‘We need to remember the threats of Benjamin Netanyahu, who announced in no uncertain terms that if France recognized the existence of Palestine we would have terrorist attacks in France. He declared to the French people on August 7th, 2014, in an interview with i-Télé: ‘This is not Israel’s battle. It is your battle, it is France’s battle. It they succeed here, if Israel is criticized instead of the terrorists, if we do not stand in solidarity, this plague of terrorism will come to your country.”

Soral adds:

Who benefits from the double killing of Charlie Hebdo and Hyper Kosher? Cui bono? There is no doubt about it: while traditional France rebelled against Islam, at the exact same moment, François Hollande and Manuel Valls accompanied Benjamin Netanyahu to the Great Synagogue of Paris, where they were greeted with cries of ‘Long live Israel, Israel will conquer!’

Globalization Studies professor Anthony Hall agrees:

‘The convergence of all these many forces seemed to be on display in Benjamin ‘Bibi’ Netanyahu’s strange behavior during the official ceremonies of mourning following the murder of twelve people at the head offices of the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in early January. Within hours of the violent episode the alternative media was thick with observations that the whole operation stank of a Mossad-style intervention aimed a cranking up Islamophobia and with it the current round of anti-terrorist initiatives. It seemed that Netanyahu was simultaneously seeking to take credit for the operation while joining in the procession of world leaders marking the occasion.’

(Kevin J. Barret, ed., We are not Charlie Hebdo – Freethinkers question the french 9/11, 2015)

Author and journalist Ole Dammegard cites evidence that the Danish and French ‘terrorist attacks’ were false flag operations that followed almost exactly the same script:

With this Copenhagen attack it’s almost as if they’ve taken it to the next level. This is seventy years since the liberation of Auschwitz, and coming up on seventy years since the end of World War II and the liberation of Denmark and other occupied countries. I think they’re going for the emotional impact, following the problem-reaction-solution template. And the emotion this time is for us to feel sorry for the Jewish population and blame someone else, take the pressure off the state of Israel so they can continue doing what they’re doing.'”

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20. september 2015

New Yorker-demokrat om pro-palæstinsisk byrådshappening : “You want to know why they’re angry?”

David G. Greenfield er valgt i Brooklyn for Demokraterne, og sidder i New York City Council. Hans reaktion på pro-palæstinensiske aktivisters afbrydelse af en afstemning til minde om Auschwitz fortjener fremhævelse.

Protesters in the balcony of the Council chamber unfurled a Palestinian flag and began yelling ‘Palestinian lives matter,’ ‘Don’t support genocide,’ and ‘Melissa, you’re a hypocrite,’ a slam on Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, who will lead the Israel delegation.

Council members reacted furiously to the demonstration – especially because the disruption began as they were concluding a vote on a resolution commemorating the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.

A few dozen protesters were booted from the chamber, with some physically removed, and were ordered off the City Hall property all together.” (New York Daily News, 22. januar 2015)

(Pro-palæstinenere afbryder møde i New York City Council, 22. januar 2015; Youtube)

(David G. Greenfield giver svar på tiltale; Youtube)

“Thank you Madam Public Advocate. You know, I’ve waited my turn here. I’ve followed protocol on the New York City Council, and haven’t spoken out because I respect this Chamber.

I have to tell you, you know, that I’m still shaken to my core. I’m upset, I’m angry, but I’ll tell you honestly, that I’m actually somewhat pleased at what we saw here today. If you’re wondering why I’m saying that, it’s because for the last few weeks, we’ve heard from people who said, ‘Oh, we don’t dislike Jews. We only dislike the State of Israel. We have no problem with you. We simply don’t want you to go to Israel. But we know that’s not really at the core of what they are saying, and today they proved it.

While we were discussing a resolution regarding the murder of 1.1 million human beings – I will point out that 90 percent of them were Jewish, but the other 10 percent were political dissidents. They were Jehovah’s Witnesses, they were gays. Those were the people who were being killed together in Auschwitz-Birkenau. While we were discussing that, they had the nerve, the chutzpah, the temerity, to unfurl the Palestinian flag, and to yell at us while we were discussing that.

And so, the reason I’m pleased is that we can stop pretending that this is about Israel, when the reality is that every Middle Eastern country that is in existence today is not democratic, persecutes people of other faiths, and persecutes gays, and persecutes others who disagree with them, and persecutes people on Twitter, and persecutes women who drive, EXCEPT FOR ONE COUNTRY, which is the State of Israel, and so what you saw here today was naked, blind anti-Semitism. That’s what you saw. That’s what you watched, that’s what you witnessed; people who are upset for one reason.

You want to know why they’re angry? You want to know why they’re unfurling that flag today? Because Hitler did not finish the job. He only wiped out half of my family, and only by the grace of God is the other half, me, the grandchild, still alive today, that’s why those people are upset.

Shame on them. Shame on them for hating Jews. Shame on them for hating people. Shame on them for disrespecting the most diverse, democratically-elected body in the United States of America, and that’s why we go to Israel. We go to Israel to make a message that is clear, that we will not be cowered by this fear, and by this hatred that we have, where these are people that would celebrate the death of Jews, rather than mourn the death of innocents.

I am embarrassed at what happened here today, but I’m pleased that we finally see what this is all about–good, old-fashioned anti-Semitism. Thank you.” (Maggies Notebook)



19. september 2015

Ritzaus Bureau refererer Ynet News om jøders vikår, men fraklipper forklaringen: “… the Islamization”

Ritzaus Bureau gengiver en undersøgelse om europæiske jøder fra Ynet News, men fraskærer dele af analysen. Her citeret fra Jyllands-Posten – Meningsmåling: Europas jøder skjuler deres identitet.

“Over 70 procent af jøderne i de europæiske lande går meget stille med dørene og skilter ikke offentligt med deres religion og identitet.

Det viser en meningsmåling, som de to jødiske organisationer Rabiner Center i Europa (RCE) og Europæiske Jøders Forbund (EJA) har lavet, og som den israelske netavis ynetnews.com fortæller om. …

De to organisationer siger, at der er flere årsager til, at den jødiske identitet i Europa holdes i baggrunden. For eksempel vil børn af forældre, der ikke lægger så meget vægt på den jødiske identitet, få en langt mindre tilknytning til jødedom og Israel og være langt mindre optaget af det at være jøde. Men samtidig er der også sikkerheden omkring jødiske institutioner i Europa. … Desuden har jødiske samfund mange steder meldt om stigende chikane og racisme, og det har også medvirket til, at jøder ikke altid skilter med, hvem de er.

(European Jewish Association, en af organisationerne bag undersøgelsen)

“Rabbi Margolin… added that the different Jewish organizations across Europe were working both vis-à-vis the European Union and vis-à-vis the different governments in order to boost security around synagogues and Jewish institutions and revive Jewish life in every city with Jewish residents.

‘We are dealing now with a pincer movement,’ Margolin said. ‘On the one hand, repeated waves of anti-Israel harassment, which is really anti-Semitic expression, and on the other hand – especially in light of what already seems like the Islamization of many cities throughout the continent, a murky wave of nationalism and xenophobia.'” (Ynet News, 9. september 2015: Poll: 70% of European Jews conceal their religion)



1. august 2015

Jødiske bosættere eftersøges for mordbrand på Vestbredden – Hævn for det medierne ignorerer…

Natten til fredag omkom en 1-årig dreng ved et brandattentat mod en arabisk familie i en landsby på Vestbredden. Lokale vidner så flere bosættere flygte fra gerningsstedet med tildækkede ansigter. Graffiti på stedet inkluderer en Davidstjerne og ‘Nekama’, hebræisk for hævn. Vold avler vold, og der er angiveligt en del at hævne, som man kan læse hos Jewish Press – 22 Jews Injured in 60 Arab Attacks This Week.

“From last Friday to this this Friday, 22 Jews were injured in 60 recorded terror attacks (see list below).

The attacks include firebombs, targeted fireworks, stone-throwing, burned fields, firebomb attacks on Jewish homes and explosive devices.

(‘Nekama’, hævn, skrevet på gerningsstedet, Duma, 31. juli 2015; Foto)

Thursday – July 30

21:36 Arabs threw stones at vehicles on Route 55 near the West Bank village of Azzun, damage reported

10:40 Arabs threw Molotov cocktails at Israeli vehicles near the village of Beit Ummar in Gush Etzion

Wednesday – July 29

Arabs threw firebombs and stones at police in Jerusalem’s Isiwiya neighborhood

18:06 Dozens of Arab rioters near the village of Beit El Jalazun threw stones at IDF forces

16:45 Arabs threw stones at vehicles at the intersection of Mount Hebron strings

13:24 Dozens of Arabs rioted in the village of Silwan in Jerusalem

12:22 Arabs threw an explosive device at the Tomb of Rachel. The worshipers were taken away and a police sapper on his way to the scene (Tazpit News Agency)

Arabs threw stones at a bus in Jerusalem, damage reported

Tuesday – July 28

0:23 Arabs threw firebombs at homes in Ma’aleh Olives in Jerusalem’s Old City

23:22 Two passengers were lightly injured by stones thrown by Arabs at another bus Hizma-Anatoth Benjamin

22:43 Arabs threw stones at policemen near the Shuafat checkpoint in Jerusalem

19:59 Arabs firebombed military vehicles on the Gilad raod in the Shomron

17:55 Arabs threw bottles of paint at a bus near the community of Negohot in Mount Hebron, damage reported (Tazpit)

17:34 Dozens of Arab rioters from the village of Jalazun near BEit El and throwing stones at IDF forces

13:02 Arabs threw stones at vehicles on Route 55 near the settlement of Karnei Shomron, damage reported

9:14 Arabs threw stones at vehicles on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, damage reported

Monday – July 27

0:23 A fire broke out in the town of Psagot Benjamin after Arabs threw multiple firebombs at homes

22:46 Arabs threw stones at an Israeli bus near the settlement of Beit El in Binyamin

21:37 Arabs threw a Molotov cocktail at Israeli vehicles near the settlement of Ma’ale Adumim

20:39 Arabs threw stones at vehicles near the old mosque in the village of Hawara in Samaria

19:05 Arabs threw stones at vehicles near the settlement of Ofra in Binyamin

18:33 Arabs threw stones at vehicles near the village of Sinjil Benjamin

18:32 Dozens of Arab rioters in Qalandiya and threw stones at border police forces

18:24 Arabs threw stones at an ambulance near Mount Hebron

17:01 Jewish woman was lightly injured by stones thrown at her vehicle near the Arabs up Maaleh Levona Binyamin settlement

11:22 Gvaot forest fire resumed. Three firefighters working there.

11:10 Arab terrorists imprisoned in jail, ignited a fire in one of the cells. 11 prison guards and two inmates were injured moderately easy to smoke inhalation, one of the guards was evacuated to a medical center.

11:09 The fire broke out in Elon Moreh was renewed. Three firefighters working there.

Sunday – July 26 (Tisha B’Av postponed)

Police forces were attacked by dozens of Arabs in Qalandia

0:21 Arabs set off fireworks at the Border Police A-Tur neighborhood in Jerusalem

23:20 Two Jewish passengers were slightly injured by stones thrown by Arabs at the bus line 142 near the square, Benjamin person. One was lightly injured by shrapnel and suffered a shock second. The two were taken to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem

19:04 Two policemen were wounded by a Molotov cocktail thrown by Arab rioters in Isiwiya

18:00 Arabs set fire to a forest fire in Gush Etzion hills. Six planes and six firefighters with volunteers were in place.

16:30 Elon forest fire flared up again. Eight firefighters and six aircraft were in place. Two mobile homes were burned down

15:54 Hebron Arabs attacked a soldier and tried to breach the Givat Avot neighborhood in Hebron.

19:13 Arabs set fire to a tire on Highway 437 near the settlement of Maale Adumim Benjamin

14:11 Arabs threw Molotov cocktails and stones at Border Police in Isiwiya

8:10 Four police officers were injured in riots mass of Arabs on the Temple Mount

Saturday – July 25

0:33 Arabs threw stones at the Jews in the Old City of Jerusalem

21:42 Arabs attacked Jews in Hebron

21:19 Two nights suspects were identified approaching the settlement of Elon Moreh in Samaria. IDF forces fired a flare during a chase after them, and the forest near the village caught fire. The fire spread quickly to the homes and three firefighters with civilian and military forces worked to extinguish the fire. One of the suspects was apprehended and questioned by the Israeli army.

Friday – July 24

21:20 Firefighters arrived to extinguish a fire in Isiwiya Jerusalem, a confrontation between police and Arab rioters. Number of people shut down affected by tear gas, and two of them were evacuated to a medical center for further treatment

22:00 Arabs hurled stones at police in Isiwiya

19:05 Dozens of Arab rioters Jalazun in Benjamin and throw stones at IDF soldiers

19:00 Dozens of Arab rioting and throwing stones at IDF forces in the settlement of Kedumim

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2. maj 2015

Ungarn: Jobbik vil af med medlemmer der hænger fast i ‘the Gypsy-Jew-Homosexual Bermuda triangle’

Under Facebook-debat om mandagens venstreradikale overfald på For frihed, forklarede et medlem af Socialistisk Ungdomsfront, at der var ‘tre organiserede nazister’ i demonstrationen, og tilføjer så: “hvorfor den burde stoppes”. Man skal ikke forvente kommunister anerkender de søjler retsstaten baserer sig på, men logikken ser man faktisk ofte i medierne. Et højreparti der inkluderer en eller flere racister er et racistisk parti. Til evig tid, kunne man tilføje.

Jeg har personligt ikke meget til overs for græske Gyldent Daggry og ungarnske Jobbik, blandt andet på grund af de klare autoritære træk, men selvfølgelig kunne de udvikle sig i retning af mere folkelige demokratiske bevægelser.

Det skorter ikke med fordømmende artikler i MSM, og uden nuancer kommer det som en stor overraskelse, når de her mere nationalistiske partier (ofte kaldet højreekstremistisk, på trods af partiprogrammet), får parlamentarisk succes. I skrivende stund har Jobbik opbakning fra mere end 20 procent af ungarerne, og forleden tog partiets formand Gabor Vona afstand fra racisme, og bebudede eksklusioner af såkaldte ‘wildlings’.

Fra Jobbik.com – Gabor Vona on the wildling.

“- Disappointed ex-Jobbik supporters often call themselves wildlings on their social media sites. What do you exactly mean when you say you ‘will cut off the wildlings’? Who should be afraid?

– The wildlings caused some misunderstanding due to the misinterpretation of origo.hu, then that of Reuters. I did not use the term ‘wildling’ for individuals but for phenomena that we either hadn’t noticed, or if we had, we just turned a blind eye and swept the matter under the carpet, but I will no longer tolerate such actions in Jobbik.

[…]

– So who will be cut off, who must leave and who should stay?

– I must emphasize once again that I meant phenomena or actions by that, and not individuals. Most of those who identified themselves with the term wildling have not been in Jobbik for long. They sulk at home and come up with a grand new plan to save the nation and take revenge on Jobbik every second month. I’m not going to deal with these people. As for the party members who identified with it, they must understand what a huge responsibility each and every member has. A party that is preparing for government needs responsibility, discipline and openness. It does not mean giving up our basic values. Those who understand it will stay, obviously. … However, those who are irresponsible enough to destroy the work of thousands of members, supporters and activists, have no future in Jobbik. I cannot let the foolish actions of certain individuals destroy everything.

– So, if somebody is radical, they can still stay?

– I have never said that the people with a national radical mentality should leave. I said two things: I will cut off the lowly phenomena that are considered as wildlings and anyone who wants pogroms must find themselves another party. That’s all. And I stick to that. I am sorry that some people fell for the manipulations. The lesson for the future is that they should rather believe me instead of the media.

[…]

– Does the board unanimously support the direction you laid down?

– We have a lot of debates about this issue in the board, the Parliamentary group and the party in general, because we all know that being a people’s party is not just an opportunity but a risk, too. If you don’t stay focused, you can easily lose your fundaments, your basic values and become an average party. Fortunately, we are aware of that and we know that we need a constant self-review. However, it cannot stop us from taking this path. The board has a unanimous position in this issue.

(Gabor Vona med ‘Hungarian Guard’-vest i parlamentet, 2010; via Blikk.hu)

– Will you wear the Guard’s vest again?

– I sincerely trust that if we get into government, the Hungarian National Assembly will pass legislation, based on Swiss and American examples, to create the legal framework for volunteers to protect the nation. This was our original intention, but the Socialist and Fidesz governments criminalized the issue, because they were afraid of the power lying in it. If that moment comes, I will wear the vest.

– When someone made a derogatory remark about Gypsies, you sent him to stay with a Jobbik member of Gypsy origin to reconsider what he had done. When a representative hurt the feelings of the Jewish community, he had to take flowers to the shoes on the bank of River Danube. If someone attacks the gay pride march in the summer, will he have to go to a gay bar?

– The question is funny, but I don’t think these situations are funny at all. I am very angry when someone is willing to destroy the selfless efforts of a lot of people, just because he is unable to step out of the ‘Gypsy-Jew-Homosexual’ Bermuda triangle.

[…]

– And the Gypsies?

– Out of the three issues, this is the truly decisive one. Hungarian-Gypsy co-habitation is a bomb ticking away, and we should really stop making these evasive, politically correct statements. We must declare openly that there is a severe problem in terms of demography, criminality, social issues and so on. Our programme is available for anyone to read. It contains no reference whatsoever to Hungarian citizens being discriminated based on ethnic or religious identity. In a nutshell, the point is that the integration of Gypsies does not only mean giving rights and benefits but, first and foremost, to meet responsibilities. The absurd thing about this is that Jobbik and the honest part of the Gypsy community are the only ones who actually support this solution, but the masses living in deep ignorance, assisted by Fidesz and MSZP, don’t even want to hear of responsibilities.”



14. april 2015

Apropos apartheid: Kun muslimer på Tempelpladsen kl. 11.00 – Muslimske kvinder hetzer jøder (video)

For nogle uger siden var Johanne Schmidt-Nielsen (Enhedslisten), Maja Panduro (Socialdemokraterne) og Jakob Engel-Schmidt (Venstre) en tur i Israel inviteret af Folkekirkens Nødhjælp. Det gav blandt andet en artikel i Berlingske, hvor sidstnævnte associerede forholdene for muslimer med forholdene under apartheid.

Opholdet på Vestbredden og i Østjerusalem varede fem dage, fra fredag den 27. marts til tirsdag den 2. april. En veninde var i Israel i samme periode, og optog en lille stemningsvideo på Tempelpladsen i det østlige Jerusalem, mandag den 30. marts om formiddagen. Tre-fire jøder chikaneres med tilråb af en større gruppe tildækkede muslimske kvinder: ‘Allah u-akbar’. Kilden fortæller i øvrigt, at ikke-muslimer ikke må være på Tempelpladsen klokken 11.00 på grund af muslimsk bøn.

(Tempelpladsen i Jerusalem, 30. marts 2015; Youtube)

“Vi forestiller os, at selv om det er en svær konflikt, så er Israel et demokratisk land, som selvfølgelig overholder menneskerettighederne. Og som selvfølgelig ikke kan finde på at indføre et system, der de facto minder om apartheid.” (Jakob Engel-Schmidt, Venstre)

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