Gates of Vienna 1 September 2011
By The Observer
Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer offers the second part of his series of essays on the Left in Norway. In this installment, he examines the left-wing community in Norway and its sympathy for various terrorist organizations.
Part 1 is available here.
The terrorist supporters of the Left
by The Observer
This is the second essay in a three-part series in which I take a look at left-wing media bias in Norway, the Norwegian Left’s fraternizing with militant organizations abroad, and undemocratic elements within the Muslim community in Norway.
Citizen Warrior 29 August 2011
Living among us, we have many Muslims who are undoubtedly as innocent of terrorism, political subversion, and Islamic supremacism as we are. But we have a problem, don't we? These innocent fellow countrymen — and the terrorists, subversives, and supremacists — all call themselves "Muslims."
Many non-Muslims explain the situation to themselves that "there are extremists in every religion" and let it go at that. But those of us who have studied Islamic doctrine and Islamic history have discovered that "letting it go at that" would be a big mistake. And of course, those who simply look at the news can see that there must be something about Islam that produces more "extremists" than other religions.
Gates of Vienna 24 August 2011
By Nicolai Sennels
Like so many other writers who oppose Islamization, the Danish psychologist Nicolai Sennels has been lumped together by the media with the mass murdering psychopath of Oslo and Utøya. This is his response.
Behind the Gates of Vienna
by Nicolai Sennels
I am now one of those who are accused of making Anders Breivik into a mass murderer. As Gates of Vienna is also involved, I thought my answer might be of interest and maybe also inspiration for GoV’s readers:
“In his commentary ‘Behind the Gates of Vienna’ in the August 19 edition of Weekend Newspaper, Arne Hardis puts me into the same category as Anders Breivik. The reason for this is that I have called the violent conflict between the Islamic world and everyone else a Third World War. We are not at war with Islam, but Islam is at war with us. The whole thing begins in the Quran, which in reality is a declaration of war against all non-Muslims.
Gates of Vienna 23 August 2011
Note: This post is of necessity long and involved, because the Organization of Islamic Cooperation does not pursue its goals in a straightforward fashion. If the OIC made all its moves in broad daylight where everyone could see what was happening, this article would not only be much shorter, it would be unnecessary.
Jerusalem Post 23 August 2011
By Dennis Mitzner
The public discussion in Northern Europe that followed the Utoya-massacre in Norway has been characterized by attempts to silence the political opposition. The popular opinion among the political left in Northern Europe is that Anders Behring Breivik’s monstrosities are a result of toxic and contagious hate speech which led him to murder 77 people.
Gates of Vienna 22 August 2011
The German lawyer Michael Mannheimer draws conclusions about where the responsibility for the Oslo atrocities lies, based on the type of "logic” habitually employed by the MSM.
His observations were posted last month as a comment on a article at Politically Incorrect. Many thanks to JLH for the translation.
Why No Guilt Attaches to Islam Critics for the Massacre in Oslo
by Michael Mannheimer
Don’t let it make you crazy! The Mainstream Media and The Bleeding Hearts as well as the political establishment are being exposed by their attacks against Christianity and Islam-critical forums. Here are a few examples of their argumentation.
Gates of Vienna 19 August 2011
This is the first in a series of three essays by our Norwegian correspondent The Observer. In these articles he will examine Norwegian media bias, the AUF, and their support for certain terrorist groups. He will also discuss the Muslim community in Norway and their undemocratic nature.
Left-Wing Media Bias in Norway
by The Observe
I’ve decided to write this essay in order to try and shed some light on the media response in the wake of the terrorist attack in Oslo. I will compare this response to that following similar terrorist attacks carried out by radical Muslims, and will try to highlight the disparity in the way the media are reporting these incidents. Many individuals in the conservative community in Norway have claimed that they have been treated unfairly by the media in the aftermath of these attacks, and unfortunately they have a valid point.
Telegraph.co.uk 18 August 2011
By Richard Landes
A recent series of polls indicate that European public opinion is substantially concerned by the increasingly aggressive Islam that their substantial immigrant populations have taken to expressing. To quote Soeren Kern, Senior Fellow for Transatlantic Relations at the Madrid-based Strategic Studies Group:
Hudson New York 16 August 2011
By Soeren Kern
A new opinion survey shows that more than half of all Europeans believe there are too many immigrants in their countries and that immigration is having a negative impact on their lives.
The findings – which come as Europeans are waking up to the consequences of decades of mass immigration from Muslim countries – point to a growing disconnect between European voters and their political masters regarding multicultural policies that encourage Muslim immigrants to remain segregated rather than become integrated into their host nations.
Gates of Vienna 11 August 2011
During the international fury that followed the mass killings in Norway last month, the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet helped lead the charge against Fjordman and other "hate bloggers” who were accused of partial complicity in the psychopath’s actions.
Thanks to our Norwegian correspondent The Observer, we now know that Dagbladet itself contributed to the very same "climate of hate” that it so decries. The interview below, published shortly before Anders Behring Breivik did his grisly deeds, would be classified as "incitement” by the newspaper’s own standards.
American Thinker 10 August 2011
By Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer
Ever since the heinous murders in Norway, we have been subjected to an unrelenting campaign of vilification. It appears that the Norway mass murderer Anders Breivik cited us, along with John Locke, Thomas Jefferson, Barack Obama and a host of others, in his lengthy cut-and-paste manifesto; despite that manifesto's ideological incoherence, his citations of our work have led to an international campaign to blame us for the massacre.
Hudson New York 9 August 2011
By Raymond Ibrahim
In his manifesto, Anders Breivik, the perpetrator of the Norway massacre, in which 80 people were killed and many wounded, mentioned the Crusades and aspects of it as they had been an inspirational factor to him. Predictably, Western elites—especially through the mainstream media—have begun a new round of moral, cultural, and historical relativism, some even conflating the terrorist with former President Bush, who once used the word "crusade."