Saturday, February 16, 2008
In the Uk, Germany, France and the Netherlands Muslim organizations are promoting Sharia Law. Today, Denmark's Muslims came out of the closets and in a demonstration they reject democracy. They think that "Freedom of speech is like a plague!". Many carried the black and white flags of Hizb ut-Tahrir - the radical Islamic party that calls for the caliphate. Most of them, refugees from countries such as Egypt, Tunesie and Syria, wants to see the creation of a caliphate in Europe: countries of infidels.
Turkey could play a significant role in this, but lost its credits a long time ago, since the country is so polarized: bigot Muslims and hysterical kemalists. If another option is not possible.
“On 13.12.2004, the Covert Group selected Orhan Kemal Cengiz as the most suitable person for this task.
Tasks given to Cengiz by Kripto':
Some time after these events Orhan Kemal Cengiz was called to America where he gave activity and outcome reports. Directives were given by Kripto about his subsequent activities. Orhan Kemal Cengiz was rewarded with $10 million. Orhan Kemal Cengiz was given complete authority to mobilize and organize the other minorities as well. He was given authority regarding efforts aimed at opening the Heybeliada Seminary and securing an ecumenical character for the Fener Greek Patriarchate. Cengiz was also give lots of money toward his law practice.
Can you believe this? Here is the full article.
Friday, February 15, 2008
This film's release was originally scheduled for Friday, November 4, 2005 (a day before the 400th Guy Fawkes Night), but was delayed; it opened on March 17, 2006, and I saw the movie here on Digimax one year later, in 2007. And yesterday I watched this movie on DVD again. One of the best movies I've seen the last years.
The two conflicting political viewpoints of anarchism and fascism permeate the story. The Norsefire regime shares every facet of fascist ideology: it rules by fear and authority and worships strong leadership (i.e. the führerprinzip). However, the regime was put in place by democratic means, just like the regime in Nazi Germany.
As in most fascist regimes, there are several different types of police and military police who engage in power struggles with each other yet obey the same leader.
The fascist regime embraces total corporatism. An important aspect of corporatism is the total identification of society with state, and to think of society as a body where the different institutions are organs. Exactly what happens in Turkey these days. Only the fight between some bigot Muslims and hysterical kemalists (a dogma created by followers of the followers of K. Ataturk, not by him) give some insight in daily Turkish life where you have to be aware what you are saying. In the metafysica we call this a fight between the Ahriman and Lucifer powers. As the classics explain us.
In the meanwhile, the ongoing hysteria about the head scarfe goes on, instead of looking into facts which matters like reforms.
Sean already wrote about this.
Thursday, February 14, 2008
For 6 weeks now, I am driving a Lancia. And so far, I didn't see anyone else driving a Lancia. This Italian made car, is lovely. Because its interiour as its ass...) The most beautiful one in Turkey. Looking at Mercedes's, Turkish top favorite...no: a car for taxi drivers, pimps, and would be people. At least in the Netherlands.)
Some cures unfortunately are short term or fail to cure the problem and only treat the symptoms, many also suffer a relapse and need to yet again undergo intensive treatment. For this reason February 14 is International Singles Awareness day - It hopes to raise the profile of the plight these suffers.
If you know someone who suffers, show them you care today
In der Kölnarena sagte Erdogan:"Assimilierung ist Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit"
"Ich verstehe sehr gut, dass ihr gegen die Assimilierung seid. Man kann von euch nicht erwarten, euch zu assimilieren."
Da braucht Erdogan keine Angst zu haben, gibt es doch in Deutschland eine türkische Parallelgesellschaft. Mit allem was dazugehört. Türkische Geschäfte, Teestuben, Moscheen, Einkaufszentren....
Vor diesem Hintergrund frage man sich, warum es noch keinen türkischen Bürgermeister gebe.
Also doch eine Parallel-Regierung installieren? Wäre praktisch, dann kann irgendwann die türkische Parallel-Regierung die Amtsgeschäfte der Deutschen übernehmen und so entsteht kein Regierungschaos.
Außerdem kann er so wegen des EU Beitrittes auf die Parallel-Regierung zählen und die deutsche Regierung ausbootenAber warum will Erdogan soetwas?
"Seit über 40 Jahren tragen Türken zur wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung in Deutschland bei."Das ist wahr, nur inwiefern tragen die Türken zur positiven wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung in Deutschland bei?
Kann denn ein Türke, der nicht mal die Sprache seines Gastlandes beherrscht Bürgermeister werden, oder soll türkisch als Amtssprache in Deutschland eingeführt werden?
Wie sieht es eigentlich mit den Menschenrechten in der Türkei aus, Herr Erdogan?
Straßburg (RPO). Kein anderes Land in Europa verstößt häufiger gegen Menschenrechte als die Türkei. Das geht aus den Akten des Europäischen Gerichtshofs hervor, der die Türkei im vergangenen Jahr 319 Mal schuldig gesprochen hat - meist wegen überlanger Haftstrafen und unfairer Prozesse. weiter lesen
Straßburg - Der Europäische Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte hat die Türkei gestern in zwei Fällen wegen Folter und Verstoßes gegen das Grundrecht auf Schutz des Lebens verurteilt. Das Straßburger Gericht gab der Frau eines Kurden recht, deren Mann vor zehn Jahren von türkischen Sicherheitskräften festgenommen wurde und seither verschollen ist. Außerdem sahen die Richter es als erwiesen an, dass ein in Berlin lebender Kurde im Sommer 1993 in Istanbul während eines Verhörs gefoltert wurde.weiter lesen
Ergebnis: In der Türkei keine Verbesserung der Situation für Aleviten und Nichtmuslimeweiter lesen
In cozy and friendly Japanese-style bars, customers often pour drinks for each other from bottles of beer as a gesture of companionship. If you are a fellow beer drinker, reciprocate with your own bottle.
A whiskey drinker may invite you to drink from his bottle and fix a drink for you. In this case, you need not reciprocate unless you have your own bottle. (Many of these bars have a bottle-keep system for regular patrons who buy a bottle from time to time as it is less expensive than paying for single drinks over the long run.)
If with a group, do not begin to drink until everyone is served. Glasses are raised in the traditional salute as everyone shouts Kampai! (Cheers!)
If you drink sake, and someone offers a drink from his carafe, drink what remains in your cup before holding it out. In this case, too, reciprocate. But don't let it get out of hand. Pouring sake for each other at high speed can get you drunk much faster than you might imagine.
Excessive drinking is frowned on. But it happens. Rely on the bartender if someone close to you gets too boisterous.
Japanese students have three years of English-language studies in middle (junior-high) school. Many go on to become good or even fluent English conversationalists. You are likely to come across them in bars that cater to business people who work at general trading houses or other companies with international business dealings.
Even small talk in broken English, with the aid of body language, can make the evening all the more enjoyable. Don't hesitate to jump in.
Japanese sake (rice wine) goes extremely well with a variety of Japanese dishes. Brewed with rice and water, sake has been a Japanese alcoholic beverage since ancient times. Because it can be drunk warmed up in winter it warms the body. When drunk chilled, good sake has a taste similar to fine-quality wine. There are local sake breweries in every region across the country, which make their respective characteristic tastes based on the quality of rice and water as well as differences in brewing processes.
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
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Monday, February 11, 2008
The leader of the anti immigrant party, the PVV, in the Netherlands announced last December that his anti-Islam documentary would be ready in January 2008. Two weeks ago he told the assembled press that this documentary, wherein he wants to prove that Islam is a’ disturbed and deconstructive fanatical philosophy, not a religion’ will be released in the beginning of March. The Dutch government anticipated and there is a crisis scenario ready in case Dutch properties, citizens etc. will be attacked, as we remember the Danish cartoons.
The Iranian government already threatened the Dutch society with harsh reactions.
I am curious what the real impact will be of this pur sang anti-Islam documentary wherein Islam is described as facistic.
Sunday, February 10, 2008
Speaking to the French Sunday newspaper Journal du Dimanche, Hirsi Ali, who was born in Somalia, said, " I hope to gain French citizenship with the support of French intellectuals."
Claude Gueant, general secretary in the presidential Elysee Palace, had assessed her dossier a few weeks ago, she said.
Hirsi Ali, 38, has been subjected to death threats since making critical remarks about political Islam. The Dutch government suspended her police protection a few months ago.
"My personal situation has recently become increasingly dangerous. Bernard Henri-Levy contacted me and said that I had a right to naturalization and not only for personal reasons, but because the issue was the right to freedom of opinion," she said.
She received today the Simone de Beauvoir price and will address the European parliament this week.
Below her history and an interview done by a Dutch journalist.
It was a heinous murder that made the best-selling memoirist Ayaan Hirsi Ali internationally famous, but she was neither the victim nor the perpetrator. The corpse was that of Theo van Gogh (the great grand son of the world famous Vincent van Gogh) a writer and filmmaker who in November 2004 was stabbed, slashed, and shot on an Amsterdam street by a Dutch-born Muslim extremist of Moroccan descent.
The assassin, driven to rage by Submission, a short film Van Gogh had made about the poor treatment of women under Islam, left no doubt about his motives. A letter he pinned to his victim’s chest with a knife was a call to jihad. It was also a death threat against Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a member of the Dutch parliament. She had persuaded Van Gogh to make Submission and had written the movie’s script.
Then 35, Hirsi Ali had already seen plenty of turmoil. She had endured a heavily religious upbringing in Somalia, Saudi Arabia, and Kenya, including a brutal circumcision to keep her “pure.” She chafed under the yoke of an embittered and sometimes violent mother and longed for a father who was perennially absent—often imprisoned or in hiding, due to his opposition to the Somali dictator Siad Barré.
In July 1992, Hirsi Ali defied her family’s wishes, refusing to marry the man to whom her father had betrothed her. She fled Kenya for the Netherlands, gaining refugee status and finding employment as a cleaning woman and a factory worker. She assimilated quickly, learning perfect Dutch and studying political science, a choice that led to a job as an analyst at the Labor Party’s think tank. There, to the consternation of her bosses, who had been courting the Muslim vote, Hirsi Ali worried out loud about Holland’s ever-burgeoning immigrant community and the rising tensions between Muslims and the native Dutch.
She works and lives since 2 years in the USA, with 24/7/365 security.