Monday, 7 April 2008

Mahdur ad-dam



“People whose blood may be shed with impunity…”


Inspired by Geert Wilders"Fitna", this short video is about Muslim terror against Australians. Contains disturbing images and audio clips.



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

If the film in GA's post does not play then you can find it on a mirror site here.
http://www.themoviefitna.com/

Make your own mind up.

Below is a comment from the blog associated to the link above. Seems all we indigenous peoples need to do is to insist on our historic customs and values being upheld. It's as simple as that. I repeat, it's as simple as that.
Cheers,
Harry.


Will Europe Resist Islamization?
by Suraj on Fri Apr 04, 2008 6:40 am

Some analysts of Islam in Western Europe argue that the continent cannot escape its Eurabian fate; that the trend lines of the past half-century will continue until Muslims become a majority population and Islamic law (the Shari‘a) reigns.

I disagree, arguing that there is another route the continent might take, one of resistance to Islamification and a reassertion of traditional ways. Indigenous Europeans – who make up 95 percent of the population – can insist on their historic customs and mores. Were they to do so, nothing would be in their way and no one could stop them.

Indeed, Europeans are visibly showing signs of impatience with creeping Shari‘a. The legislation in France that prohibits hijabs from public school classrooms signals the reluctance to accept Islamic ways, as are related efforts to ban burqas, mosques, and minarets. Throughout Western Europe, anti-immigrant parties are generally increasing in popularity.

That resistance took a new turn last week, with two dramatic events. First, on March 22, Pope Benedict XVI himself baptized, confirmed, and gave the Eucharist to Magdi Allam, 56, a prominent Egyptian-born Muslim long living in Italy, where he is a top editor at the Corriere della Sera newspaper and a well-known author. Allam took the middle name Cristiano. The ceremony converting him to the Catholic religion could not have been higher profile, occurring at a nighttime service at St. Peter's Basilica on the eve of Easter Sunday, with exhaustive coverage from the Vatican and many other television stations.

Allam followed up his conversion with a stinging statement in which he argued that beyond "the phenomenon of Islamic extremism and terrorism that has appeared on a global level, the root of evil is inherent in an Islam that is physiologically violent and historically conflictive." In other words, the problem is not just Islamism but Islam itself. One commentator, "Spengler" of Asia Times, goes so far as to say that Allam "presents an existential threat to Muslim life" because he "agrees with his former co-religionists in repudiating the degraded culture of the modern West, and offers them something quite different: a religion founded upon love."

Second, on March 27, Geert Wilders, 44, released his long-awaited, 15-minute film, Fitna, which consists of some of the most bellicose verses of the Koran, followed by actions in accord with those verses carried out by Islamists in recent years. The obvious implication is that Islamists are simply acting in accord with their scriptures. In Allam's words, Wilders also argues that "the root of evil is inherent" in Islam.

Unlike Allam and Wilders, I do distinguish between Islam and Islamism, but I believe it imperative that their ideas get a fair hearing, without vituperation or punishment. An honest debate over Islam must take place.

If Allam's conversion was a surprise and Wilders' film had a three-month run-up, in both cases, the aggressive, violent reactions that met prior criticisms of Islam did not take place. According to the Los Angeles Times, the Dutch police contacted imams to gauge reactions at the city's mosques and found, according to police spokesman Arnold Aben, "it's quieter than usual here today. Sort of like a holiday." In Pakistan, a rally against the film attracted only some dozens of protestors.

This relatively constrained reaction points to the fact that Muslim threats sufficed to enforce censorship. Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende denounced Fitna and, after 3.6 million visitors had viewed it on the British website LiveLeak.com, the company announced that "Following threats to our staff of a very serious nature, … Liveleak has been left with no other choice but to remove Fitna from our servers." (Two days later, however, LiveLeak again posted the film.)

Three similarities bear noting: both Allam (author of a book titled Viva Israele) and Wilders (whose film emphasizes Muslim violence against Jews) stand up for Israel and the Jews; Muslim threats against their lives have forced both for years to live under state-provided round-the-clock police protection; and, more profoundly, the two share a passion for European civilization.

Indeed, Allam and Wilders may represent the vanguard of a Christian/liberal reassertion of European values. It is too soon to predict, but these staunch individuals could provide a crucial boost for those intent on maintaining the continent's historic identity.

Mr. Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum, is the Taube/Diller Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University during the spring semester.

Source: http://www.meforum.org/article/pipes/5503Suraj

Anonymous said...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=557568&in_page_id=1770


Its good when a Muslim girl goes bad, very bad, but thats what happens when your father like most Muslims is a child abusing paedo. Read and use Green

Where eagles dare

English Rose said...

Hi GA,
I hate seeing things like this and the ammount of traitors here in this country it just makes my blood boil. The video is quite scarey.
What I wonder is, how comes that arsehole prophet can call us English when we are not allowed to call ourselves English?
Can you leave me a link for this video, because I will put it on my site, the more people who see it the better.
Take care and have a nice day x

Anonymous said...

From today's BBC http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/7333888.stm

"Youths attack Australian school
Several people were injured when youths armed with baseball bats and a machete went on a rampage at a high school in the Australian city of Sydney.

Two people were taken to hospital and a total of 18 people needed medical treatment after the incident at Merrylands High School in west Sydney.

The youths smashed windows, destroyed property and assaulted some of the students, local media reports said.

Police later arrested five young men at the school.

The incident happened early on Monday morning as school was getting under way.

Staff initiated a "lockdown" and confined students to their classrooms as the group smashed windows and damaged equipment.

A number of students received minor injuries, a spokeswoman for the New South Wales police said.

"Some were assaulted by the group and others received injuries from the flying glass," she said.

A teacher who tried to stop the attackers was hit with a weapon and later taken to hospital, broadcaster ABC reported.

The group were not believed to be students at the school, police and local officials said.

There was no immediate information on what motivated the attack."

Anonymous said...

U.N RIGHTS OF THE INDIGINOUS PEOPLES.
BUT THE WAY THE U.N IS PACKED FULL OF MOSLEM COUNTRIES WITH A MAJORITY SHARE I WONDER HOW LONG THIS WOULD BE UNHELD?

http://gatesofvienna.blogspot.com/2008/03/boycott-united-nations.html