Wednesday, March 5, 2008

European Leaders Agree to Create Eurabia

“Bat Ye’or in her book about Eurabia documented how European leaders have for years been quietly planning to merge Europe with the Islamic world. This has been denounced as a “conspiracy theory.” Only a few months ago the British Foreign Minister David Miliband said openly that the European Union should expand to include the Muslim Middle East and North Africa. Now French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are saying virtually the same thing. The greatest betrayal in European history is fact, not fiction. And to think that many people supported Sarkozy because he should “halt” Islamization. Now he is speeding it up”

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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Kosovo leads lobal war against mother country

“Europe is going to face big upheavals. Kosovo, after all, has decided to declare its independence with the support of the USA and some EU member countries. One-sided declaration of Kosovo independence is both inevitable and inadmissible. The EU has split into different parts: Cyprus, Spain, Bulgaria, Greece, Slovakia and Romania for some inner reasons spoke against the independence of the province. France, Great Britain, Germany and Italy, that is to say, the countries practicing the US policy in Europe are for the declaration of the sovereignty of the province.”

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Wilderss speaks at parliamentary debate

“The Koran’s core theme is about the duty of all Muslims to fight non-Muslims; an Islamic Mein Kampf, in which fight means war, jihad. The Koran is above all a book of war – a call to butcher non-Muslims (2:191, 3:141, 4:91, 5:3), to roast them (4:56, 69:30-69:32), and to cause bloodbaths amongst them (47:4). Jews are compared to monkeys and pigs (2:65, 5:60, 7:166), while people who believe in Jesus Christ as the Son of God must according to the Koran be fought (9:30).”

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Sunday, March 2, 2008

Europe is a dying continent

Yale Daily News

“Europe is a dying continent. I say this not as a criticism, but rather as a statement of fact. In Europe, an acute failure to produce the next generation has created a looming demographic crisis.”

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