The Price of European Immigration

FrontPage Magazine 28 June 2012
By Fjordman

In his 2008 book Et Delt Folk ("A Nation Divided”), The Danish historian and writer Morten Uhrskov Jensen carefully went through publicly available sources. He demonstrated that the opening up of his country for mass immigration was arranged by just part of the population, sometimes in the face of considerable popular opposition.

Roughly speaking, those representing the political and media establishment and the upper classes were in favor of open borders, whereas those from the lower classes were often opposed. This divide is viewed by those from the upper segments of society as caused mainly by racism, prejudice, ignorance and xenophobia.


Shrinking Europe

Dry Bones Blog 20 June 2012
By Yaakov Kirschen


Blind to the New Fascism

Gates of Vienna 19 June 2012
By Christian Ortner

We’ve posted previously about the Austrian defense minister Norbert Darabos and his blasé attitude towards the Iranian regime’s stated ambition to annihilate Israel.

Our Austrian correspondent AMT, who recommended the translation of the following essay about Mr. Darabos, has this to say:


Turkish Words, No Thanks

Islam versus Europe 12 June 2012

As I've reported a few times, part of the multicult indoctrination in Austria and Germany involves teaching the Austrian and German children Turkish "to help integration". One Austrian


Western Critics of Democracy: "Accomplices to Injustice"

Gatestone Institute 12 June 2012
By Michael Curtis

Support for people who criticize their own Western democratic societies is now all too apparent among many Western intellectuals, academics, members of the media, international organizations, and religious groups which, while refusing to challenge cases of injustice, particularly in Muslim countries, instead criticize and condemn the state of Israel at every turn, despite the continuing physical and rhetorical aggression against it.


The Shape of Islamic Things to Come

Gates of Vienna 5 June 2012

The Austrian city of Salzburg is facing an increasingly Islamic future. The city’s religious makeup will become much more diverse over the next two decades, with some of the changes due the immigration of German Protestants. The largest factor in the current demographic shift, however, is the influx of Turkish immigrants and their descendants.

Many thanks to Hermes for translating this article from Salzburger Fenster:


Integration Camps in Vienna

Gates of Vienna 30 May 2012

Forget concentration camps — they’re so 20th century! The latest craze in Vienna is for "integration camps”, which help prepare Austrian citizens for the future by requiring them to adapt to the various cultures of their country’s immigrant population.

The tone of this program is playful, but the organizers’ underlying purpose is deadly serious. Many thanks to Hermes for translating this article from


The Turks Are Coming!

Gates of Vienna 25 May 2012

The European Court of Justice has overruled a series of Austrian restrictions on "family reunifications” as they apply to Turkish residents in Austria, essentially opening the floodgates to waves of new Turkish immigrants, without the Austrian government having any say in the matter.


How Islam Killed Greco-Roman Civilization

FrontPage Magazine 18 May 2012
By Fjordman

A number of books published in recent years have demolished the myth of an allegedly tolerant Islamic culture that preserved the Greco-Roman heritage. Ibn Warraq’s book Why the West Is Best is among the better and more accessible titles in this field. As I concluded in one of my earlier essays, the only part of the ancient Greek heritage that proved to be more compatible with Muslim than with Christian European culture was slavery, and possibly anal sex with young boys in certain parts of the Islamic world.


Fanaticism – A Warning From History

British Freedom 17 May 2012

A man whose family was German aristocracy prior to World War II owned a number of large industries and estates. When asked how many German people were true Nazis, the answer he gave can guide our attitude toward fanaticism.


English language al-Qaeda training manual revealed 16 May 2012
By Duncan Gardham

The guide includes rules such as keeping clean, not using mobile phones and thinking of virgins in paradise when bomber-drones are overhead. Described as a "must-read” source, it has


IAEA nuke watchdog officials leave Iranian mission in Vienna

PanARMENIAN.Net 15 May 2012

Senior UN nuclear watchdog officials left an Iranian diplomatic mission in Vienna after around five hours of talks on the Islamic state's disputed atomic activities on Monday, May 14


Amnesty International and Muslim Discrimination in Europe

Gatestone Institute 12 May 2012
By Soeren Kern

A new report from Amnesty International lashes out at "widespread discrimination" against Muslims in Europe. The report directs particular ire at laws banning Muslim veils in public spaces, and excoriates European politicians for helping to "foster a climate of hostility and suspicion against people perceived as Muslim."

Amnesty International omits, however, all instances of discrimination initiated by Muslims against Christians and others in Europe who have taken them in, and who may well feel dismayed by what might be seen as an escalating procession of Muslim demands, threats and attacks.


• The German Democratic Reality

EuropeNews 9 May 2012
By Henrik R. Clausen

For the upcoming local elections in Nordrein-Westphalen, the small German political party Pro NRW decided to put the words of Joachim Gauck (now President of Germany) to the test. Back in September 2010, Joachim Gauck said, concerning the prize award to Kurt Westergaard for courage in the face of terrorism:

This prize is also an appeal to those carrying responsibility, be it in governemts, in culure or in media: Be steadfast, protect our values and be COURAGEOUS, when irresponsible people and powers seek to relativize and undermine our values of freedom.

At the same event, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said:

Freedom of religion does not mean that Shariah stands above the German constitution. ... No cultural difference can justify the disregard for fundamental rights.


Antisemitism on the Rise in Europe

Gatestone Institute 9 May 2012
By Michael Curtis

The virus of antisemitism persists in haunting Europe. In recent months, antisemitism has been exhibited all too often in European countries, not just in theory but in practice. France has been the scene for the murder of Jewish schoolchildren in Toulouse; attacks on Jewish property in Paris and Dijon; desecration of Jewish graves in Nice, and anti-Semitic graffiti throughout the country.


American Diplomats Aware of the Rise of Eurabia in 1974

The Cutting Edge 7 May 2012
By Andrew Bostom

I came across a State Department memo from the U.S. embassy in Madrid , dated September 19, 1974 (1974 Madrid 05880), declassified June 30, 2005. This document reveals that the U.S. was fully aware of the advent of "Eurabia," precisely as self-characterized in an official European socio-political journal bearing the title Eurabia. It seems serendipitous in the midst of Geert Wilders' visit to the U.S. warning of the consequences of Europe's ongoing Islamization


Video: Sean Hannity Interview Geert Wilders About Radical Islam

FOX News 4 May 2012


Austria: Ex-Libya oil chief found dead in river 30 April 2012

Shukri Ghanem, a former Libyan prime minister and oil minister who last year announced he was abandoning Moammar Gadhafi's regime to support the rebels who ultimately toppled the dictator,


More Turkish Colonists on the Way

Islam in Europe 26 April 2012

In recent years, many European governments have grasped that the Muslims are using family reunification or marriage rules to bypass normal immigration requirements. Consequently, the rules


Paris seeks to become Islamic finance hub in Europe

Zawya 24 April 2012

A report prepared by KFH-Research stated that new global markets are seeking to join the main players in the Islamic financing industry and services, such as France. France is working

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