Monday, February 18, 2013

Dutch Political Leader Warns About Islamic Hypocrisy

Dutch political leader Geert Wilders, is now on a speaking tour or Australia. He's out to give Australians big dose of Dutch Courage. The same courage his country mustered in 2011 to finally abandon the long-standing model of multiculturalism that encourage Muslim immigrants to create a parallel society with the Netherlands. The new integration bill, which Dutch Interior Minister, Piet Hein Donner, presented to his parliament reads:
          ''The government shares the social dissatisfaction over the multicultural society model and plans to shift priority to the values of the Dutch people. In this new integration system, the values of the Dutch society plays a central role. With this change, the government steps away from the model of a multicultural society that obviously isn't working.''

Mr Wilders was prepared and scheduled to come to Australia this time last year but the Gillard Government, an enemy of free speech and an ass-kisser of multiculturalism, tried to stop him from coming by tying up the visa process for months until citizens complained. In a television interview this week he was asked, ''So you plan to warn Australian audiences of what you see as the danger of Islamic migration, is that correct.''  He replied, ''Yes...I believe that Islam and freedom are incompatible. Look how in societies today where Islam is dominant, how any non-Islamic person, whether it's a Christian or an apostate or a woman or a critical journalist, how they are treated,'' he added further, ''I believe that what with the mass immigration into our free societies, our societies will change, and it will for the worse.'' He went on to explain why he came to fear Islam:

          In the Islamic world, I was always struck by two things. I was impressed by the kindness and helpfulness of many Muslim people. But there was also their fear. Islamic societies are ruled by terror. Muslims are good people, but they live under the yoke of Islamic sharia law. If they leave Islam, or even just mildly criticise it, they sign their own death verdict.

          I returned to the Netherlands and became a politician. I used to live in the Kanaleneiland district of Utrecht. During my years there, the district was transformed into a dangerous neighbourhood for non-Muslims. I have been robbed and on several occasions I had to run for safety. The same transformation happened in several cities in the Netherlands and other European countries where Islamics settled. Europe is going through an Islamification process, which makes our continent less free and less safe.

          Contrary to what many Westerners think, Islam, rather than a religion, is a totalitarian political ideology; just read the Koran. Islam, rather than a religion, is a totalitarian political ideology. It is an ideology because it aims for an Islamic state and wants to impose sharia law on all of us. It is totalitarian because it is not voluntary; once you are in, you cannot get out. Unlike genuine religions, Islam also make demands on non-Muslims. We, too, are marked for death if we criticise it. (This is the title of  Geert's recent book)

          For nine years I have been living under constant police protection. I live in a government safe house. I am driven every day to my office in an armoured police car. I have even lived in army barracks and prison cells just to be safe from assassins. I, and many others, are threatened because we are telling the truth about Islam. Don't be fooled, there is no radical or moderate Islam. There is only Islam from the Koran, the ''holy'' book. That is the Islam from Mohammad. There are no two sorts of Islam....just the hateful one.

The Way I See It.....some critics will scoff, knowing that to do so puts them in no danger at all. It will make them seem more tolerant, and enable them to walk down the street in danger of nothing but praise from so many like-minded ignorant fools. Wilder's life, though is proof of at least part of his message. There has been a long list of security guidelines distributed to Australian journalists covering his visit here. If criticising Islam requires this much protection, there must be something to criticise.

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