Monday, May 30, 2005

A New Europe?

How much EU leaders respect their people:

The EU has continued harmonising and integrating in the manner described by Luxembourg’s Prime Minister, Jean-Claude Juncker to Der Spiegel in 1999: ”We decide on something, leave it lying around and wait and see what happens. If no one kicks up a fuss, because most people don’t understand what has been decided, we continue step by step until there is no turning back.”

A New Europe?

It's hard for Americans to appreciate just how out-of-touch the establishment (and it really is a single establishment) of Paris, Berlin, the Hague, and Brussels is. Its arrogance almost beyond belief. Former French president Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, the father of the 448-article constitution, early on in the campaign dismissed complaints about the document's opacity by assuring his countrymen, "The text is easily read and quite well phrased, which I can say all the more easily since I wrote it myself." As Ivan Rioufol of Le Figaro, writing in the Wall Street Journal, commented, "The French didn't know whether he was simply cynical or unaware of the absurdity of his statement. And so he became a caricature of the self-obsessed, aloof politician." Europe deserves better than the political class and the political discourse (to use a European formulation) that it has been stuck with.

An EU Without Turkey will Resemble 'Medieval Europe'

Today, in many EU countries religious and ethnic discrimination is at a paramount and among the victims are millions of Moslems. The situation stands as a disgrace and paradox for Europe that prides itself as being the land of democracy and liberty. Such a picture is especially hard to conceive when looked from Turkey. It must not be forgotten that even though Christians constitute much less than one percent of Turkey’s population, almost every province, even small towns, have a church. There are synagogues in many of the cities. Not a single individual has left Anatolia for the past 1000 years under Turkish rule because one cannot practice his/her religion freely. Moslems probably grumbled over this even more

9 Comments:

At May 30, 2005 5:15 PM, Blogger theBadMonkey said...

What kind of out of touch idiot would write something like that? If Christians raped Muslim women, they would be executed on the spot, along with the rape victims... F*cking idiot PC Nazi...

 
At May 30, 2005 5:56 PM, Blogger the adventuress said...

It must not be forgotten that even though Christians constitute much less than one percent of Turkey’s population, almost every province, even small towns, have a church. . .

(. . .which has been turned into a mosque.)

How delusional can you get. Why did the Greeks leave in the 1950s?

 
At May 30, 2005 6:09 PM, Blogger Fjordman said...

Irene: Anatolia didn't have a single Turk or Muslim 1000 years ago. Now they're 99% of the population. It all happened totally peacefully, of course.......

 
At May 30, 2005 8:54 PM, Anonymous John B said...

Re: "It must not be forgotten that even though Christians constitute much less than one percent of Turkey’s population,.."

Dr. Sedat Laciner is right, it must not be forgotten that Christians constitute much less tham 1 percent of Turkey's population. That is because the Turks have killed most of them. Ask the Armenians not to mention the original Christians in the Byzantine Empire.

 
At May 30, 2005 11:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Came across this book on the web

Islam undressed by Vernon Richards

http://www.islamundressed.com

It is well worth downloading and reading. A useful handy reference.

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Not much to comment on the Turkish article, except that nothing of Turkish origin on such a subject has any credibility, till Turkey and its people, have accepted their responsibility in the genocide of the Armenians.
BTW a simple apology will not now be sufficient; not now after lying for so long.

DP111

 
At May 30, 2005 11:54 PM, Blogger Jason_Pappas said...

It all happened totally peacefully, of course.......

Oh, of course. LOL. I got ya, fjordman.

 
At May 31, 2005 3:48 AM, Blogger Always On Watch said...

An EU Without Turkey will Resemble 'Medieval Europe'??? I scanned the full article but couldn't bring myself to read such a load of lies.

We used to call "The Middle Ages" by a different name--"The Dark Ages." For good reason, and not because of oppression by the Christians.
Given enough time, positions of power, and dhimmitude from ignorant Westerners, the muslims will take the entire world back to The Dark Ages.

 
At May 31, 2005 5:51 AM, Anonymous Treehugger said...

How about sending the dhimmi to LIVE in Turkistan? Then he/she can enjoy first-hand the virtues of living in a Muslim culture.

 
At May 31, 2005 8:49 PM, Anonymous Thomas Bolding Hansen said...

"The time for individual nations [in Europe] having its own tax, employment and social policies if definitely over. We must finally bury the erroneous ideas of nations having sovereignty over foreign and defence policies. National sovereignty will soon prove itself to be a product of the imagination." - Gerhard Schröder, Chancellor of Germany, January 1999.


Enjoy or lose your hair:

http://www.brugesgroup.com/mediacentre/quotes.live

 

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