Thursday, 7 June 2007

Germanys past makes them blind to their danger

Moslem girls in Cologne Mosque - Mothers of the new Master Race

So guilt ridden are the Germans about their past that they have deliberately closed their eyes to the danger of their extermination as a people rather than be accused of racism.

The cancer of Islam is free to spread almost at will in the country that once held the world at bay in defence of their land and an evil regime. Such is their fear of repeating their mistakes of the past they now face genocide themselves.

In Cologne, the city of some of the most beautiful Churches in the world, another Mosque is to be build to add to the 45 already polluting the skyline.

The Mosque will cater for the Turkish Moslems who only speak Turkish and who have no desire to learn the language of their host country that feeds them.

Jewish writer and journalist Ralph Giordano has come in for angry criticism within the community for taking a stance against the mosque on the grounds that it belies what he calls Germany's "failed integration."

What Germany has seen instead is a "clash of two completely different cultures," he said.

"The question is whether these cultures can ever be reconciled," he said.

For these statements he has received the usual death threats and accusations of racism! and finished of by asking "What kind of a state are we in that I can face a fatwa in Germany?".

What kind of state indeed. Where another Jewish spokesman who should be supporting his colleague said in referring to Mr Giordano;

"His persecution as a child under the Nazis has eaten away at his soul
,". I expect it did. So why cannot the Jews as a whole understand the threat of Islam? Why do some of them still speak in defence of the Cult of The Dead Paedophile?

Wake up Britain. It seems that we are going to have to stand alone again. Let us hope by the time that the bullets start to fly that we have a British National Party government.


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3 comments:

Drake's Drum said...

I spent six years in B.F.G. The 'De-Nazification' has left them between a rock and a hard place. They share a communal guilt which we imposed on them, this has passed down to the grandchildren. They just need to be told that islamism = Nazism.

Aberdeen Group Organiser said...

Too right Drake I spent 5 years in Germany gret place and people and I miss the yellow handbags, Herforder Pils.

I was their from eary 86 until 1990

Loved Berlin before the wall came down.

salty dog said...

never been to berlin or even europe had hoped to one day, yet feel like maybe my vision of europe has changed, perhaps i'm about 10 years too late. europe was eaten by the nothing (neverending story).

aberdeen group organizer mentioned the wall, i remember as a kid hearing about valiant attempts to escape east germany only to end up a corpse in no mans land.
germany has certainly been through a lot. 2 world wars , reunification
and now it looks as if they are going to pay for the sins of their fathers.