Saturday, 17 May 2008

The censored Gregorius Nekschot Cartoons

Dutch justice department published a press release in which they claim to have found 8 cartoons that are illegal. They have directly censored them and removed them from the cartoonist website. Dutch weblog Het vrije volk has republished 7 cartoons that seems to be removed from the website. I also republish them in the defence of free speech and the refusal to bow down to Islam. Someone please provide translations for me to add please to images. Thanks in advance.

You can read the full story here on Klein Verzet and also view an interview video with the cartoonist. The interview switches to English after a minute.


"..Just come over here and show y'r weaner.."

"..We met at an anti-gay gathering. - It was love at first sight.."
This is: a catholic priest; a Dutch marine-officer; a prophet; an Austrian
("..you'll find the answer in the upcoming novel by Kader Abdolah")



Balkenende knows what goes on inside your underbelly.
("..thanks to my mighty organ." - platyhelminth Joustra [anti-terrorism coordinator] awaits orders)




Believers have more privileges than ordinary people
("I'm allowed to camp on public roads")



7 comments:

Anonymous said...

The hint i take is...brought in by stealth.

A leading member of the Catholic Church in Scotland has predicted that elements of Islamic law will inevitably be incorporated into the British legal system over time

However, Canon Gerard Tartaglia, priest of the Catholic Archdiocese of Glasgow and lecturer in canon law at Scotus College, Bearsden, does not agree with the Archbishop of Canterbury's recent sense of urgency and believes UK law will evolve in accordance with the development of multicultural communities.

He will be discussing his views today at the International Bar Association conference in Amsterdam, during a symposium titled Religious and secular laws: mutual respect or mutual suspicion?

Speaking to The Herald in advance of the conference, Canon Tartaglia said: "In the long term, I cannot see how our law will not be influenced by the customs and practices of the communities which exist in these islands. It is inevitable there will be influence from Islamic law to one degree or another.

"I cannot see how it can be avoided, but nor can I imagine our society adopting laws which would not be of benefit. And it may be that the legislators introduce elements of Islamic law and that we will be none the wiser.

"I don't feel threatened by this, but the worry comes when the aims of faith are compromised by the law of the land. The law on abortion was one such example. The Archbishop of Canterbury was right to raise the subject, but I don't agree with his sense of urgency on the matter."

John Rees, provincial registrar of the Archbishop of Canterbury, will also be taking part in the discussion. He believes recent comments by the Archbishop were misconstrued.

"He was talking about alternative dispute legislation; it is not intended to supplant general law," he said. "He specifically pointed out the dangers of the rights of women and other citizens being diminished by direct application of the communitarian law.

"There have always been certain tensions between the views of churches and other religions on the issues of the state and we just happen to be living in a period when these tensions are slightly more pronounced.

"I don't think we would have got this on the agenda of an international legal conference 10 years ago. The fact is that the law of organised religions is becoming a real issue for the law of the land. It is causing the whole of secular society to wake up to the persistence of religious values."
Michael Clancy, director of law reform at the Law Society of Scotland, who is chairing the event, said it is important to debate the ways in which religious and secular law interact. "Religion has been influential in shaping the law of many jurisdictions," he added.

"Islamic law has not been as influential in Scots law but even within the framework of Scots law, accommodation is being made for financial practice and hygiene laws in respect, for example, of Halal food and regulations in respect of abattoirs.
Islam in Europe
May 16, 2008

Rebecca Smith said...

I'm surprised you haven't had the rushdie(spelling) treatment yet.
Don't you realise freedom of speech is something other Country's do??

Good luck.
R

hierophant said...

Hi Green Arrow
Translations courtesy of Google translate. Maybe some Dutch readers could do better.

'll agree with you here pikkie

we have met at an anti gay meeting it was love at first sight

A Catholic priest. a Dutch naval officer. a prophet. an Austrian

Balkenende (Peter Balkenende Dutch Prime Minister I think http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_Peter_Balkenende ) knows what's going on in your underbelly. Thanks to my powerful body. Tapeworms Joustra ( refers to Tjibbe Joustra coordinator for terrorism prevention I think http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/7318363.stm ) waiting for orders.

Suhayb Salami gives women green hand. out of respect. This is the basis on which I pay an infidel dogs approach. social service.

By the CDA ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Democratic_Appeal )they pray five times a day. oh Great God of the CDA give us weak knees.

Believers stomachs more than ordinary people. I may camping on public roads

Anonymous said...

TARTAGLIA! Sounds like a good old english Name.

Anonymous said...

Hierophant
I'm Dutch; maybe this is a more accurate translation of the cartoons:

1. "Come here with your little willie"

2. "We've met at an anti-gay meeting." "It was love at first sight"

3. This is:
a. A catholic priest
b. A Dutch naval officer
c. A prophet
d. An Austrian

4. Balkenende (Dutch PM) knows what's going on in your underbelly (meaning: feelings of discomfort/displeasure).
"Thanks to my mighty cock"
Tapeworm Joustra (Dutch coordinator anti-terrorism) is waiting for orders

5. Suhayb Salami (refers to Suhayb Salam, a radical imam in the Netherlands) doesn't shake hands with women.
"Out of respect.....this is the hand with which I grab a social security benefit from the infidel dogs"

6. At CDA (Dutch Christian Democrats) they pray five times a day.
"Oh great God of CDA....give us trembling knies"

7. Believers are allowed more than ordinary people.
"I'm permitted to camp on public roads"

Sir Henry Morgan said...

GA

A Dutch commenter on GoV gave me this:

Sagunto said...

@Sir Henry Morgan,

Here the translations from Dutch, in order of appearance:

"..Just come over here and show y'r weaner.."

"..We met at an anti-gay gathering. - It was love at first sight.."

This is: a catholic priest; a Dutch marine-officer; a prophet; an Austrian
("..you'll find the answer in the upcoming novel by Kader Abdolah")

Balkenende knows what goes on inside your underbelly.
("..thanks to my mighty organ." - platyhelminth Joustra [anti-terrorism coordinator] awaits orders)

Suhayb Salami doesn't shake hands with women
("..out of respect. - this is the hand I use to take away welfare from the infidel dogs")

Within the CDA party [Christian democrats] they pray 5 times a day
("..dear Lord, grant us weakness in the knees..")

Believers have more privileges than ordinary people
("I'm allowed to camp on public roads")

Kind regs from Amsterdam,
Sag.

5/17/2008 7:12 PM

The Green Arrow said...

Thanks Sir Henry.

I cannot edit a couple of the cartoons to insert the text. Blogger can be a pain sometimes.

I will have to redo the post when I get time.

Thanks again.