Friday, March 14, 2008

Wilders and the Dragon's Teeth

"This complex attachment to multiculturalism [is] owed to several reasons, including a guilt connected to the Netherlands' colonialist past," [Dutch immigration expert Paul] Scheffer says. "And it's also connected to a sense of guilt vis-à-vis what happened to the Jewish community in the Holocaust. Eighty-five percent of Holland's Jews died in the Holocaust. The country's Nazi party had some 100,000 members. Wilders also says he sees this as one of the reasons for "a misguided policy of appeasement" toward some radical elements in the Netherlands' Muslim community.

Lifted whole from Brussels Journal is the face of the future:

"People Who Vote Wilders Must Die"

From the desk of Thomas Landen on Fri, 2008-03-14 09:53

A Moroccan youth group from Delft in the Netherlands, calling themselves "Scheme 015 Delftse Samenzwering Shit," [samenzwering means conspiracy] has posted a video clip threatening to kill voters and sympathizers of Dutch politician Geert Wilders. The clip shows a group of Moroccans youths provoking two Dutch lads on a crowded public train. The hooded Moroccans ask the lads, who are dressed in black, what the badges on their clothes mean. At first the lads do not react. When the Moroccans start pulling at the lads' clothes the latter ask to be left alone. At this the Moroccans grab them from their seats and beat them up.

The clip ends with the warning: Fuck al die Wilders aanhangers want denk na: boontje komt voor ze loontje!!!! [F**k all those who support Wilders because you had better realize: one will reap the consequences of one's actions!!!!"]

There are any number of ideas about what Islam is today, ranging from the laughable "Islam is th religion of peace" to Islam is a 7th century tribal code governing the lives of people in the 21st century to Islam is a fascist poligion. Today I will add that Islam is a lumpen criminality.

The majority of Muslims in the world are at best barely literate, mostly on the verge of starvation, backward in deeds and enterprise, reeling from the onslaughts of foreign intrusions into their weak cultures, and on the edge of extermination by private forces from the world around them. Islam began as a criminal enterprise, as a motivational gimmick to encourage and justify theft, rape, murder and conquest. It has never changed from the first days the warlord Mohammed at Yathrib, and it is now a deflated and dirty criminal enterprise not able to make inroads anywhere in the world of its own volition. Islam exists only where it is supported in the physic by outside forces, by foreign aid, by foreign care, by foreign cheer-leading. The result is an even weaker Islam that the Islam of 50 years ago, a force then spent in word and deed. Islam today is a mere shadow of its former criminal self. Today, Islam is openly a teenage gangster affectation. Today, Islam is nothing other than a cheap parody of it violent and criminal past. Islam today is merely ghetto bravado and occasional murder in small and dirty ways. Islam today is an allowance from self-indulgent Westerners too sated by consumerism and religion as sentimentality to bother to squish Islam into the sand. Islam is a dirty little indulgence we allow because we are amused by its vivid performances of street theater and noisy distraction from our daily mediocrities. Ghetto kiddies with home-made bombs entertaining us in a smallish tantrum give us thrills from afar, give us opportunities to emote, give us platforms to posture from, give us this day or daily pablum of superficial moral indignation to spit out at those who fawn over us, our leaders who hate us. Cheap crap, this fawning, this playing at coolness and pity and moralistic pretense. Yeah, yeah, yeah. The nice-girl life of average men is coming to a crashing close. It's finished now in all but the final acts of fury. This. That. Let's fawn. Let's pout and scold and pretend we don't see the plain. No. Let's not. Guilt? Spit.

There is an underground of men and women who lived that fine day and who will not rest again till the filth is swept away and dumped for good in the ashcan of history. The kiddies with the swagger and the spittle and the gutter sermons, they have found some ready to finish off the crime that is Islam. Beat boys on the subway, pay later. In this and in the centuries and millennia, Islam has sown the dragon's teeth. Today Islam has no jewel to toss. Tomorrow they face the face of the grown.

The Fitna of Rebirth

Religion might well have much to do with the supernatural but it still has more to do with its etymological sense than with God: Religion is a binding. Rage as we might and often do against the Muslim laws against apostasy, the binding that is religion in Islam is sensible if one accepts it as a binding force rather than as a punishment and a misoneism. If one looks at the nature of religion as a binding of community and the communion of souls in a stronger force than any one man can be alone of himself, then religion is the best thing one can find; and in Islam, the binding is near perfection. The binding is near total, nearly "totalitarian," as Mussolini meant when he coined the term, when Mussolini created secular Fascism, a binding. To speak out against the whole nation, against the whole people, against the core and the reason for living, it is a harm to all caused by the one. No one person is so important that he should go against the nature of the whole people, not even the genius of the nation, not even the Great Leader, he who can only be great in that he is the embodiment of the whole. The alien, the outsider, the apostate, the one who says no when all others say yes, he, the blasphemer, is naturally evil. So it is in Islam, and so it is in The Netherlands. As it is in the ummah, so is apostasy in the collectivist welfare states of Europe. Geert Wilders is an apostate and a heretic.

"Law against blasphemy to be scrapped," by political editor John Tyler; Radio Netherlands; 13-03-2008

A majority in the Dutch parliament, led by the ruling Labour Party, wants to scrap a law which fines or even imprisons people who commit blasphemy. But although the law isn't used anymore, even debating whether or not to scrap it is sensitive. The Christian parties in Dutch politics have always argued to keep it on the books.

Now, tension is high in anticipation of far right Dutch MP Geert Wilders' film, which is expected to be considered blasphemous by most Muslims. And although there's a majority for scrapping the law, government is not asked to get rid of it immediately.
More at:

Wilders is hurting the common bond in the Netherlands. He would break it.

Up to a Quarter of Non-Western Immigrants Marry Within Family

The National Institute for Environmental Hygiene (RIVM) has investigated the high percentage of infant mortality in Rotterdam. It concluded that this is related to the fact that many non-Western immigrants marry within their own families. Up to 25% of Turks in the Netherlands and 20% of the Moroccans have done so, which causes far more genetic problems than are common in the general population, where only about 1 per thousand would marry within his own family.

Wilders' film, Fitna, takes its name from the wars of succession in the early years of Islam, a time when those who demanded power for themselves and their would-be dynasties fought against each other in centuries-long wars, in fitna.

The binding of the umma, the binding of the communion of souls that is our politic conformity in the Modernity of our time, all of it is religion. Some bonds cut so tight the blood ceases to flow and the rot sets in. Sometimes only fitna is the answer to continued survival.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Wildebeests, yes; Beastly Wilders, no.

Netherlands television stations refuse to broadcast Geert Wilders 15 minute film, Fitna, as he has asked, and now he's not able to afford the rent of a press centre at the Hague to show it in a grand public display. Instead, the film will happen on the Internet. And more films from the Netherlands will be on the Internet as well, though they won't casue much disturbance among the U.N., the E.U., the ummah, or the Usual Suspects lurking somewhere off to the left-hand side of reality: The Netherlands is seemingly famous for making "sex with animals" videos. And I thought they were kidding about sex-monkeys.

Wilders decides against press conference on film

THE HAGUE – Freedom party PVV leader Geert Wilders will not give a press conference to present his anti-Koran film Fitna. He is putting "all his efforts" into ensuring that the film can be seen on the internet at the end of this month.

Since no broadcaster was willing to show Fitna in its entirety, Wilders had planned to present the film in press centre Nieuwspoort in The Hague. But in that case he would have to cover the costs of security for the building himself. That would cost several hundred thousand euro, the politician said.

His calculations are based on a risk analysis which indicates that various security measures would be necessary before and after the press presentation.

"It is too expensive", Wilders said Tuesday. He does not want to ask the government for the money. Nor will Parliament look for an alternative location since that would lead to further talks and delay.

If no Dutch or foreign broadcaster offers to show Fitna in its entirety, Wilders will put the film on the internet.

He would like to do that as soon as possible but it still requires a great deal of preparation, to prevent the website from being blocked by mass numbers of visitors clicking on the film at the same time for instance....
From Expatica via:

Churchmen in the Netherlands are freaked-out over Wilders' film, but doing the wild thing with your favorite goat?

Dutch Parliamentarian Investigates Sex of Humans with Animals; Dutch Parliament condemns Wilders' Film

Harm Evert Waalkens (Labor) claims that there is a significant amount of sex with animals in the Netherlands. It is only punishable if the police can prove that the animal suffered pain. He added that the Netherlands is a refuge for producers of pornographic films on sex with animals and has a market share of 65%. He said that in his investigations he discovered an entire industry and was told that, if he succeeded in passing more stringent laws against such films, it would lead to unemployment.... Mehdi Safari, Iran's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs has suggested to the Dutch Foreign Minister, Maxime Verhagen, that the Netherlands should prohibit showing the proposed movie on the Quran, incitement and violence by Freedom Party leader, Geert Wilders, on the basis of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights. He added that, if the film is shown, Dutch products may be boycotted in Iran.... "While the Danish government is perceived as an "accomplice" in the offence, the Dutch government is "trying to prevent (the broadcast of Wilders' film) to the extent that its authority permits," and this might tone down the Muslim reaction...."

Is it me or is there something weird about a nation that worries over unemployement in the sex with animals trade but bends over backward, as it were to avoid upsetting crazed jihadis who threaten to murder a Dutch politician? Just asking. In fact, I wanted to ask the average Dutchman, but before I could I found this instead:

A number of residents of Venlo – the town where Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders was born – who have the same surname, have received death threats. They received a letter saying that they must do everything in order to prevent the movie being shown. The recipients told the police that they are not related to Geert Wilders.


Sex with wildebeests, ja, but flee those beastly Wilderses.

The news for the past few days has been from the mainstream media the usual nonsense, this occasion being to give the general population the impression that Wilders threw in the towel over not being able to show his film at the Hague. See the first line below:

"THE HAGUE, 08/03/08 - Party for Freedom (PVV) leader Geert Wilders has given up on his efforts to persuade a Dutch television broadcaster to show his Koran film."

Yesterday that was the Party line in the msm. It's somewhat different today:

Not a single broadcaster wants to show the film in full and without breaks, the MP confirmed Friday. "It makes freedom of expression of broadcasters a hollow phrase," he said. "I am stopping the negotiations."

The reporting we endure daily would encourage a nasty guy to suggest that many journalists give up the media they're in now and take up something a little more within their talents. I refer of course to the story above.

OH! I mean the one about the religious types. I'm shocked. What a dirty mind you have, Bessie.

Wilders says he has discussed showing his film with five editors of programmes. The politician may see whether a broadcaster abroad would like to show his film. "But I have not yet been occupied with this," said Wilders.

None of this information was available to me yesterday, that Wilders might look for another venue. I wisely postponed my provisional post.

It is also by no means certain that the film can be shown in the Nieuwspoort international press centre (IPC) in The Hague. The IPC wants Wilders to pay for the costs of extensive security measures, while nearby shops are threatening him with damages claims for loss of sales on the day - likely 28 March - that he wants to show the film in the IPC.

You would be forgiven for thinking nearby shops would lose business on sales of wooden shoes and cheese. As likely is that nearby stores sell porn and booze and open their doors to stoned gamblers.

Wilders wants to depict his view in the short film that the Koran is a Fascist book that incites to hatred. The film will definitely be shown on the website, for which the server is in the US.


The Netherlands government is concerned about a drop-off in Dutch improts to Islamic nations if Wilders' film goes public. What? Are Iranian mullahs going to boycott Dutch sex with goat movies?

International tension grows over Wilders' film

International pressure on the Netherlands over the controversial anti-Koran film by Dutch MP Geert Wilders is growing...

On Wednesday Reuters news service reported that Iran's deputy foreign minister said the Netherlands has the power to stop Wilders from screening the film about the Koran which has already sparked protests in the Muslim world.

'The Netherlands is responsible ...they can stop it,' Mahdi Safari told Reuters, urging the Dutch government to invoke the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Freedom of speech should not stretch to allowing Wilders to offend the rights of others, he added.

'If such a man will insist on this it is irresponsible for the world and society," Safari told journalists at a briefing after meeting Dutch Foreign Minister Maxime Verhagen, reports Reuters.

Both Safari and Iran's ambassador to the Netherlands Bozorgmehr Ziaran said they could not predict the reaction of the world's 1.2 billion Muslims to the film, or prevent possible violence. 'Why would you expect us to control 1.2 billion Muslims when you cannot control one person,' Ziaran is quoted as saying. He added Wilders sought to violate Muslim's rights by demonising them, and was a war-monger and troublemaker.


Meanwhile Wilders has told the media that his short film will not be presented at a press conference although he will be available to answer journalists' questions when the film is released on the internet. The 15-minute film is due to be released on March 28.

Yes, there are some problems in the Netherlands, and the Churches of the nation, like the good pastors they are, want to talk it over with a sinner like Wilders and set him on the straight and narrow. Now, did I even seem like I was making a "pastors and their sheep" joke? No, like the good Dutch religious establishment, I am serious and have my priorities straight and narrow.

Churches in Utrecht Distance Themselves from Wilders' Movie

The Municipal Council of Churches in Utrecht has sent an open letter to all mosques in the town in which the Council distances itself in advance of the broadcast of the movie "Fitna" by Geert Wilders. It says that this film depreciates the freedom of religion in the Netherlands, which was so difficult to acquire. ****

OK, so some Dutch Christian leaders are outright loony and stupid. Forget about Christians. We can turn then to the genuinely moderate Muslims we hear so much about but so seldom see. They are the
Ahmadiyyans, considered by the overwhelmingly vast if not almost entire Muslim population to be non-Muslim heretics. But let's take what we can get and be happy.

Abdul Aziz, the Press Secretary of the Ahmadiyya Community, Sri Lanka said:

"For the past few years Mr Geert Wilders has conducted a vicious and cruel campaign against Islam during which he has caused great pain to millions of Muslims worldwide through his attacks on the blessed character of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the Holy Qur'an.

Now Mr Wilders has chosen to develop a film about Islam which given his previous statements must be expected to further his anti-Islamic agenda through baseless propaganda. His Political Party claims that its fundamental principle is 'Freedom of the Individual', yet Mr Wilders continues to try and prevent Muslims from living freely and peacefully."

There have been a number of reports that suggest that if the film is released it could lead to the type of violence witnessed in 2006 upon the printing in Denmark of caricatures depicting the Holy Prophet of Islam (peace be upon him). The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has always and will always condemn any form of violence which can never be justified as Islam is a peaceful religion. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community lives by its motto 'Love for All, Hatred for None' and unlike the manifesto of Mr Wilders' Political Party, the message of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is adhered to by all of its members throughout the world.

Abdul Aziz further said:

"If this film is released it will no doubt hurt the sentiment of Muslims worldwide, but it is hoped that all Muslims follow the lead of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community by exhibiting their displeasure in a wholly peaceful manner."

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community commends the decision of Dutch Television Broadcasters who have thus far unanimously decided against showing Mr Wilders film.

- Asian Tribune:

And now back to our regularly programmed schedule of really baaaahd movies. Down, Rover!

Sunday, March 09, 2008

A Storm of Normal

Obviously not all Netherlanders are stoned all the time. It seems that many of them are even getting sick of the ones who are. They seem to think they should go so far as to shut down some of the drug industries and outlets that dot the nation. What's this? Are they stupid and evil Rightwing religious bigots like I am? Put some kind of stop to the drug culture of the Netherlands? These "proposed changes come at a time when an increasing number of governments are gradually coming round to the idea of following the Dutch example, precisely because it has been such a success." There you have it. The Dutch are evil and pig-headed. They see that their drug culture is a great success that nations around the world wish to emulate, and the Dutch, out of sheer evil intentions and malignity want to ruin the sterling success of it all because of... a Rightwing conspiracy? What else could it be? It seems a Rightwing government is not a real thing of Human volition, but something like bad weather, a mystery from the skies that one bears till it blows itself out,

"This wind of change has to do with the fact that there are now far more conservatives among the people's representatives in the Netherlands than there have been for many a year."

"More conservatives among the people's representatives." As if they came form outer space! What has this guy been smoking? Good Lord, bud, maybe not everyone in the Netherlands is a hippie. Maybe many people are sick and tired of the hippie bullshit. Maybe people are just plain fed up with the hippie crap fed to them daily for all these years: that violent and demanding and parasitic losers are a product of nativist bias and are a reaction against racist hostility. Oh, spare me. I'm sick of it too. Stop blowing that smoke up my arse. It's over. Hippies puff? Ha. Hippies suck!

Rutger van Santen, "High life in Holland under threat"

For over 30 years, the Netherlands has had the most liberal drugs policy in the world. But all that is about to change. After this week's parliamentary debate on the drugs issue, it looks like even the Netherlands' world-famous 'coffee shops' may not escape the present government's reforms.

During the debate, the government presented plans to ban 'grow shops', which sell seed and equipment for cultivating marijuana at home. Justice Minister Ernst Hirsch Ballin promised new legislation within a matter of months aimed at banning "everything that facilitates the domestic cultivation of cannabis" and imposing strict penalties on offenders.

Curtains for coffee shops?
A majority of MPs support the minister's efforts to take a much tougher line on the use, cultivation and sale of drugs. The spokesman for the main coalition party, the Christian Democrats, even advocated closing down the Netherlands' world famous coffee shops, where people can purchase a limited amount of soft drugs without facing legal sanctions. This proposal may also be able to count on a parliamentary majority.

This wind of change has to do with the fact that there are now far more conservatives among the people's representatives in the Netherlands than there have been for many a year. The coalition government currently running the country consists of three parties: the Christian Democrats, Labour and junior partner the Christian Union.

It is Labour's position that has undergone the biggest shift. Much to the vexation of the progressive opposition parties, Labour MPs have tend to vote along the same lines as their coalition partners since coming to power. And given that the opposition also includes the conservative VVD and the far right Freedom Party, both of which take a prohibitive stance on drugs, this is the first time in years that a real change in policy stands a chance of being implemented.

Success story
The left-wing opposition parties describe the changes as disastrous. For although the Dutch approach to drugs has been the target of much criticism from the rest of the world, its supporters within the Netherlands are quick to point out that it has been a shining success story. For years, the Netherlands has been at the very top of the rankings when it comes to the lowest number of drug-related deaths.

Experts say this is mainly due to the transparency of the Dutch system, the strict dividing line between hard drugs and soft drugs and the outstanding care for addicts. However, the current government is keen to jettison this liberal approach because of its own anti-drugs beliefs and because it is thought to contravene European regulations. Ironically, the proposed changes come at a time when an increasing number of governments are gradually coming round to the idea of following the Dutch example, precisely because it has been such a success.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know the libertarianesque spiel of "prohibition doesn't work" and the idea that the state shouldn't regulate peoples' vices anyway if all they do is ruin their own lives. Fine. But it isn't fine or people wouldn't vote for governments that toss drug users and dealers in jail. One in one hundred Americans is in prison today, mostly for drug related offenses. Is that a bad thing? Would it be better to have them all on the street instead? If people are criminals, throw them in jail. If people can't stop doing what is prohibited, what is the problem with throwing them in jail? Most free citizens are happy to see them go. That too is democracy. If 99 people out of 100 aren't "progressive," then go somewhere else to live or go to jail for offending them.

A success? Only for those on dope and those in the industry. Everyone else suffers. It's not just the dope culture dominance that offends: it is the povertarian ethos of the hippies that is sickening and repulsive. The government and its expert managers control the drug pandemic, so not to worry. Well it sucks. It sucks because it is a government scam in the first place, one that can never be anything good, never positive, never better, only a management problem that will get worse and worse and always managed more and more by more and more managers demanding more and more money and money and money for a bottomless piss-hole. Only hippies can like this mess, and they do. It's their living, career, and identity. Who needs them?

Geert Wilders is taking on the whole rotten hippie establishment, and because he does he lives under 24 hour per day guard to try to survive the rage and hatred of Muslims and the dhimmis who would also kill him like one did Pym Fortuyn. A society that can't say no to drug culture can't say no to jihadis either. They can't say no to being bullied, beaten, robbed, raped, and even murdered. There's only so much people will put up with, and this is the time the tide turns. Wilders stands alone today in the public mind as one man saying "No" very loudly. Only hippies complain about him. Fitna? It's a Dutch word meaning 'the totally preventable social troubles brought on by hippies.' Death Hippies.

Go, Wilders, Go!