Unknown activists have buried a dead pig and four pig heads on a location in Grenchen, Solothurn, Switzerland, where a mosque is to be built. Further, 120 liters of pig blood was poured over the land, according to an anonymous letter sent to various Internet media. The aim of the activists is to prevent the mosque from being built, for as they state in their letter:
Gates of Vienna 19 November 2011
By Peder Jensen, a.k.a. Fjordman
The following essay by Fjordman was refused publication at the Norwegian newspaper VG. Many thanks to Cecilie for the English translation.
The original Norwegian version, which has also appeared at Snaphanen, is at the bottom of this post.
Islam and the Greco-Roman cultural heritage
Researcher Vidar Enebakk from the University of Oslo wrote an essay for VG this autumn regarding the articles I have published on the Internet about the history of science, from astronomy and geology to quantum physics. According to him, the range of my writings is impressive, their contents "frighteningly good.” This is of course nice to hear.
Gates of Vienna 10 November 2011
Most Western European countries have at least one recognized political party that opposes mass immigration and Islamization. Such parties provide a viable alternative to all the Socialist and "Center-Right” parties that keep spooning up the same old multicultural pabulum, forcing it down the throats of the populace no matter how much it makes them choke.
JTA 1 November 2011
BERLIN -- Discrimination against Muslims is a serious phenomenon in Switzerland, but using a yellow star as a symbol of protest is inappropriate, local Jewish leaders said.
A conservative Islamic organization in Switzerland on Oct. 29 protested against anti-Muslim discrimination by wearing a yellow star sticker printed with the word "Muslim," reminiscent of the one that the Nazis forced Jews to wear during the Third Reich.
Gates of Vienna 1 November 2011
Below is Fjordman’s latest essay. For a complete archive of his writings, see the multi-index listing in the Fjordman Files.
Libya’s autocratic ruler Muammar Qaddafi was brutally tortured and killed on 20 October 2011 after France, Britain, the USA and NATO had actively given military support to rebel troops that were known to include groups with ties to terrorist organizations like al-Qaeda.
New Open Europe briefing: EU banks could need up to €370bn in event of painful, but necessary eurozone debt restructuring
Open Europe 24 October 2011
The window of opportunity for stabilising, or even saving, the eurozone is closing quickly. As EU leaders gear up for a series of key meetings this week, Open Europe has published a new briefing looking at the short-term options available to the eurozone for tackling the most immediate crisis.