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Fanatismen, påstanden om at besidde den absolutte sandhed og den åndelige simpelhed er meget ens, såvel i islam som i nazismen.” Susanne Zeller-Hirzel, oktober 2009.

This morning I had the great honor of meeting with Susanne Zeller-Hirzel (90), one of the last surviving members of the White Rose, the nonviolent resistance movement that worked against Hitler’s regime in Nazi Germany in 1942 and 1943. We discussed numerous parallels between the Nazi era in Germany and the advance of Islamic supremacism today — as we saw in Stuttgart Thursday, Nazis and Islamic supremacists are remarkably similar in their taste for violent intimidation. Robert Spencer: Ugliness and beauty in Germany. – Fotografiet er venligst udlånt af fotografen Henrik Ræder Clausen. Man kan se interviews med Zeller-Hirzel på videos her.

Vi har tidligere omtalt hende her Die Weisse Rose og Islam og her Fra Roland Freisler til Muhammed. (scroll lidt) Se også: Robert Spencer in Stuttgart – Demo-speech and Full Lecture. Interview i tre You Tube dele.

UK: Svinekødschikane ‘måske den mest krænkende handling’ iflg. dommer

Vi har henvist til denne post af Paul Weston før, men den er god at bruge til illustration af hvad der fra officielt britisk hold ipso facto åbenbart ikke er det mest “krænkende” i landet i dag: One Week in the Death of Britain. Ikke universiteter som arnesteder for importeret ekstremisme; ikke et forarmet hospitalsvæsen hvor gamle i hundredtal dør af tørst hvert år, men en aldeles uvoldelig reaktion fra en på samfundets bund der bare havde fået nok.

A racist thug who stuffed ham into the shoes of Muslim worshippers at a mosque has escaped a jail term. Jamie Knowlson, 30, also draped slices of the meat – which Muslims are banned from eating – on railings outside the mosque as his victims prayed inside.

He was then caught on CCTV hurling abuse at worshippers after they confronted him over his sacrilegious act. […]

But walked free from Bristol Crown Court with a suspended six-month prison sentence because he had returned to the mosque to apologise for his actions.

Sentencing, Her Honour Judge Carol Hagen said: ‘It is difficult to imagine a more offensive incident. ‘Not only the fixing of meat to railings but aggravated, in my view, that members of the mosque were inside praying at the time.’ […] Racist who filled Muslims’ shoes with ham as they prayed in a mosque walks free from court

Man leder tilsyneladende forgæves efter en forklaring på hvad der er gået galt i dette engang stolte land. Enhver fornemmelse for proportioner, common sense og prioriteter er tilsyneladende forsvundet og er blevet afløst af menneskefjendsk regelrytteri. Ikke én dag uden historier som denne: Frail pensioner paid council to remove old TV… and was ordered to drag it outside herself so workmen didn’t injure themselves (LFPC).

Oscar Freysinger – en passioneret demokrat

En godbid til “tyskerne” her. Der er ikke mange politikere i Europa, der er så brilliant begavede og veltalende som Freysinger. Her i et indædt angreb på EU´s overstatslige besserwissere og i et glødende forsvar for det direkte, schweiziske demokrati. Og så indleder han talen med et digt af sig selv, og slutter også med et, antagelig verdens eneste digt om det nyligt vedtagne Ausschaffungsinitiative. At han ikke også er en stor kunstner, skal være ham tilgivet. – Video: Rede von Oskar Freysinger in München.

Kriege zwischen zwei demokratischen Nationalstaaten hat es nie gegeben. Immer waren Monarchie, Autoritarismus, Diktatur, Totalitarismus oder Theokratie der Auslöser für Kriege. Zentralistisch regierte, bürokratische Modelle waren immer mit Gewalt verbunden und sind mit der Zeit vor lauter Arroganz untergegangen. Münchner Rede von Oskar Freysinger zur direkten Demokratie

Anti-Semitism Among Muslim Immigrants in Europe

– It was a fairly unique conference in the German city of Cologne on May 29. A highly interesting topic was being discussed: “Dimensions of Anti-Semitism in a Society of Immigrants.” The focus was largely on Muslim immigrants in Europe, notably in Germany, France and Britain. Within that Muslim immigrant community anti-Jewish sentiments are still fairly common. Anti-Semitism has been exported by these immigrants from their home countries to Europe. Anti-Semitism is deeply rooted in Muslim countries such as Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Even Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad has recently been accused of being “a Jew” by a number of his opponents, although the same Assad is a staunch enemy of both the Jews and Israel. [..]

En længere artikel. To klip: Sverige og Tyskland:

Multicultural Sweden: rapidly rising anti-Semitism

Tolerant Sweden has always provided a safehaven to refugees from a variety of countries. During World War II most Jews from Nazi occupied Denmark fled to Sweden. (I befriended one of them in the 1980s.) But there are now growing concerns about widespread abuse of the still rather liberal Swedish immigration and asylum policies. Today, Sweden is even a target of Somali terrorist recruiters who recruit young Somali males for the jihad, in cities such as Göteborg and Malmö. According to European Union statistical data the Swedish Muslim population has grown from 1,000 in 1970 to 400,000 in 2006. Some Muslims are now even selling T-shirts displaying the following inscription: “By 2030 we’ll take over the country.”* There are 50,000 Muslims in the city of Malmö alone, about one-fifth of the total city population. Many of these Muslims are former asylum seekers from Iraq, Somalia, Iran, “Palestine”, Bosnia and Somalia.

Just like in Germany, anti-Semitic attacks in Sweden increased sharply after 2000. In a notable essay on “Arab and Muslim Anti-Semitism in Sweden” Swedish historian Mikael Tossavainen decribes how Arab and Muslim youths harass people they identify as Jewish: “For instance, three men identified as Arabs walked by the Great Synagogue in Stockholm on the eve of Rosh Hashana, 2002, and shouted, ‘I’ll kill you, Zionists!’ A young man was attacked on his way home from the synagogue in Malmö by a group of Arab youths on Yom Kippur, 2004. In a slightly different incident in 2002, a Muslim taxi driver refused to drive elderly women to the synagogue in Stockholm and forced them out of his car when he identified them as Jewish.”

“The largest anti-Semitic incident took place in Stockholm on 18 April 2002, when a rally against anti-Semitism and Islamophobia organized by the Liberal Youth Movement was stormed. Some sixty individuals, mostly of Middle Eastern background, physically attacked participants, destroyed signs and shouted epithets like “Jewish swine!” and “Allahu Akbar! Many of those in the rally, including some Holocaust survivors, suffered injury and shock before the police intervened after fifteen to twenty minutes. Similar attacks have taken place in Malmö and Göteborg.”

On March 7, 2010, Muslim demonstrators in Malmö, Sweden’s third-largest city, chanted the following anti-Semitic slogan: “Khaybar! Khaybar ya Yahood!” “Khaybar ya Yahood” is the start of an anti-Jewish chant that translates as: “Khaybar, Khaybar, o Jews, the army of Mohammed (Muhammad) will return!” It was at Khaybar, a rich oasis in today’s Saudi Arabia, in 629 that the Muslim prophet Mohammed attacked and conquered the Jews (“Yahood” means “Jew”). Not only did Mohammed force the Jews to surrender to him, also did he take “a beautiful girl of seventeen named Safiyya” for himself “after killing her husband for conceiling his goods,” writes Mohammed biographer Maxine Rodinson.

The Israeli newspaper “Ha’aretz” reported in July 2010 that Jews reluctantly abondon the Swedish city of Malmö amid growing anti-Semitism. One of those who left Malmö was Marcus Ellenberg: “At some point, the shouts of ‘Heil Hitler’ that often greeted Marcus Ellenberg as he walked to the 107-year-old Moorish-style synagogue in this port city forced the 32-year old attorney to make a difficult, life-changing decision: Fearing for his family’s safety after repeated anti-Semitic incidents, Ellenberg reluctantly uprooted himself and his wife and two children, and moved to Israel in May.” “I didn’t want my small children to grow up in this environment,” Ellenberg told Ha’aretz just before leaving Malmö. Ellenberg’s paternal grandparents were Holocaust survivors who found shelter in Malmö in 1945. Young attorney Ellenberg was not the only Jew who is deeply worried about rising anti-Semitism in Sweden.

Ha’aretz describes the dramatic case of Judith Popinsky, a 86-year old Jewish refugee and Holocaust survivor from Poland who found refuge in Malmö in 1945. “Until recently, she told her story in Malmö schools as part of their Holocaust studies program. Now, some schools no longer ask Holocaust survivors to tell their stories, because Muslim students treat them with disrespect, either ignoring the speakers or walking out of the class. ‘Malmö reminds me of the anti-Semitism I felt in Poland before the war,’ she told the Forward while sitting in her living room, which is adorned with Persian rugs and many paintings.’ ‘I am not safe as a Jew in Sweden anymore,’ a trembling Popinsky said in a frail voice.”

Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld, a Dutch Jew living in Israel and currently Chairman of the Board of Fellows of the “Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs” (JPCA), writes in the liberal Dutch newspaper “De Volkskrant” that Malmö is now often referred to as “the capital of today’s West European anti-Semitism.” The Jewish population of Malmö has halved in just a few years due to harassment by Muslim immigrants. And with his negative comments about the Jewish community even Malmö’s mayor is not very helpful either, Gerstenfeld claims.

Mass immigration from Muslim lands means importing mass anti-Semitism, honor crimes, polygamy and widespread practices of oppression of women. Multiculturalism is fine, but too much of it will lead to the “Balkanization” of our society [..]

The case of Dieter Tamm, a Jew from Berlin who fled to Israel

Such visits to Israel are long overdue. Especially in Berlin where German Jews are sometimes forced to leave Germany and emigrate to Israel. One of them was Dieter Tamm. Christian Brühl told Tamm’s story at the Cologne conference on anti-Semitism in a society of immigrants. Tamm was born in Berlin in 1943 and survived the Holocaust due to the fact that others hid him from the Nazis. All his relatives died in Nazi concentration camps. Nevertherless, he stayed in Germany after the War and grew up in West-Berlin. He believed Jews could still live in Germany – even after the Holocaust. And he preferred not to go to Israel to accept Israeli citizenship. He felt quite at home in Berlin, the city where he was born during World War Two. He even spoke the local dialect. Indeed, he was real “Berliner.” But after the 1970s Berlin began to change. It became a typical “multicultural city.”

It was not a big problem for Dieter Tamm to run a kosher deli, but he ran into serious trouble after he decided to display the Israeli flag. Initially, he naively assumed that no one in Berlin’s tolerant and multicultural city would take offense. After all, if an Italian or Turkish restaurant owner would display the Italian or Turkish flag he would not get a really hostile reaction. Stones would not be thrown through his window, Muslim youths would not intimidate customers or urinate against the window.

“The Jews want to destroy the Arab people,” Tamm was told by aggressive Muslim immigrants. More and more customers decided not to buy kosher food from him anymore. The small deli had become a unwelcome place for them, with neo-Nazis and Arab youngsters denouncing them as “Jewish swines” (“Judenschweine”). After 60 years – in 2003 – Tamm decided to leave Germany. He emigrated to Israel where he now calls himself “Arieh.” His former neighbors in Berlin were happy that their “Jewish troublemaker” had finally gone. Displaying the Israeli flag was, in their view, “a provocation.” Dieter or Arieh Tamm is not a rich man. It was quite a hard decision for him to move to another country at the age of 60 and build a new existence there.

Meanwhile, militant Muslims linked to the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, Hezbollah and the Tukish “Milli Görüs” movement are gaining ground in Berlin and other big cities. There are also a growing number of Muslim converts, mostly native German women who are married to Muslims. Some male converts even joined Al-Qaeda. The German domestic security service or “Verfassungsschutz” estimates that there were more than 36,000 Muslim extremists or so-called “Islamists” in Germany in 2009. Their number was still about 33,000 in 2007. Especially since Al-Qaeda’s 9/11 attacks on America, militant Muslim demonstrators in Germany and other European countries did not conceil their hatred of America, Israel and the Jews. There were two pro-Palestinan demonstrations in Berlin in 2002. It was there and then that Arab demonstrators glorified Palestinian suicide bombers and lashed out against the Jews. Even three children were dressed as suicide bombers. Israeli flags were set on fire, the British embassy was attacked and Palestinian youths shouted: “We don’t want Jewish swines!” and “Sieg Heil” (typical Nazi salute).

In March 2008, on the occasion of the so-called “Al-Quds Day,” Hamas and Hezbollah followers took to the streets of Berlin shouting: “Kill the Jews!” “The bloodsucker Israel must be destroyed!” They nearly succeeded in attacking the Jewish community center.

Synagogues and the Jewish community center in Berlin are heavily guarded by the police –, as I recently noticed myself. You cannot just enter them – and rightly so. But isn’t it very strange that nearly seventy years after the bitter lessons of the Holocaust Germany’s Jews still need protection against those who seek to kill and exterminate them? These militant Muslims are the Nazis of today. [..]

By EMERSON VERMAAT, Pipeline. org.

Dimensionen des Antisemitismus in der Einwanderungsgesellschaft

* Oplysningen om en T-shit med teksten ”2030: då tar vi över” kan jeg ikke komme nærmere, end til at den bla. er videregivet af Bruce Bawer. Jeg er stødt på den andre steder, men jeg kan ikke verificere, om en sådan T-shirt har eksisteret.

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Vagn Henning
11 years ago

Carol Hagen har vist brug for at få kalibreret sin krænkelsesskala. At briterne dog finder sig i det…

weekendophold i København

Rigtig godt billede, og rart at 2 kulturer sådan kan mødes med fred i sindet 🙂


11 years ago

‘…We discussed numerous parallels between the Nazi era in Germany and the advance of Islamic supremacism today…’ Overlegenhed, overhøjhed eller forrang. Suprematisme ligger bag en ganske bestemt form for tænkning, som i sit mentale dyb røber behovet for dominans. Parallellerne mellem Islam og Nazismen er blot perverterede eksempler på tilbøjeligheden, som er sluppet ud af kontrol. Men som tendens findes tilbøjeligheden de ‘uskyldigste’ steder. (JP Lørdag, Kultur, s. 6.efterlyser for tiden danske værdier – foreløbig fra Thorkild Kjærgaard til Ole Sohn. Kjærgaard mener vist, at der ikke findes sådan nogen.) Ole Sohn magter at finde tre værdier. For ham er… Read more »

11 years ago

Om något år, kommer vi se liknande inslag. Men då kommer folk som har varit utsatta för Muslimernas våld prata.

11 years ago

Mycket upplyftande att läsa om detta möte mellan två anti-fascistiska kämpar.

Vita rosen gav sina liv för att motarbeta sin monstruösa regim och för att återupprätta den tyska nationens heder.
Låt oss inspireras av dem när det gäller att inte ge tappt i kampen mot vår tids fascism: islamismen.

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