If you come in my cage I'll eat you too!

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Yes the Swiss were lying about how they were going to vote on the measure to ban minarets

It always cracks me up when lefties trot around whining about how nationalistic Europeans are for voting for their own interests or to keep their cities looking the way they like them to. Switzerland is still a democratic country and the voters have spoken. Suddenly,the mere act of engaging in democracy by voting is considered nationalism by leftists. The ony acceptable way to vote is to vote against your own interests.

They should love Republicans right now, because they are aways accusing us of voting against our own interests, a la "What's the matter With Kansas?"

Even though here in the San Francisco Bay Area leftists will band together to prevent the demolition of any ugly buildings built before 1985 and act as if their hearts will be ripped out with the buildings if the demolition actually goes through, the idea of the Swiss controlling their own urban environments does not sit well with leftists.

San Franciscan Muslims would have a hard time getting a minaret built because of limits on high rise buildings. Maybe not though, because the Muslims are current pets of the lefties they might have an easier time getting a minaret approved than others would a church or synagogue or a Target store.

The left in Europe does not care one bit that their constituents are nationalistic, right-wing, religious fanatics, as long as those fanatics have brown or black skin. The problem is that the immigrants are not nationalistic about Europe, but about their original countries of origin or their parents' countries of origin. According to the leftists' playbook, the only people on the planet who are not allowed to feel nationalistic are white people.

The fact is that most immigrants to Europe are themselves far more nationalistic than any but the most fascist of Europeans are. The majority of immigrants from Arab countries are very nationalistic indeed. The very desire to build minarets in a foreign country is nationalistic, oh wait, when you force your culture on to another culture, it is considered imperialistic, not nationalistic.

I was watching a Scottish movie (Red Road) a few weeks ago, and was disturbed by the sound of a muezzin's call to prayer that I kept hearing in the background of the scenes shot in inner city Glasgow. Don't get me wrong, I love the sound of a muezzin, but I don't want to hear one in Scotland.


At 7:48 PM , Blogger nicholas said...

Yes, and the usual attack is the cry of racism.

The question at hand is does a society have the moral right to attempt to preserve its identity? If the answer is no, then whomever arrives may transform the host nation however they please to meet their own preferences. If the answer is yes, then the people of Switzerland may choose to establish laws protecting their society, their customs, their traditions. It does not matter who sponsored the legislation, what comments were heard passed a fortnight ago, or whether they make tea from cut leaves or bags.

The cries of racism are a weak attack. Whether you agree with the principle or not, has the efforts undertaken to preserve their French ancestry been a legitimate undertaking in Quebec? Or the efforts to check the influx of English words to preserve the French language in France?

If a people or place cannot choose to preserve their ancestral identity, what security do they have, and what place do they hold in the world?

At 4:24 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please note the Swedes are from Sweden and the Swiss are from Switzerland, your underlying point is still correct of course.

At 4:51 PM , Blogger ricpic said...

"Don't get me wrong..."

Why apologize? Know thy enemy. You want to "celebrate" Muslim diversity? Go right ahead. But know that endgame will be the end of your world. Oh, they may not come for you specifically but they'll come for your children or grandchildren, or if you don't have children for anyone like you in the future.

It's not a game anymore. The fact that the Left doesn't know the enemy condemns us to no future, to extinction. This is actually fine with the Left, which is composed of so many futureless creatures. But it shouldn't be fine with us. No more compromise for the sake of peace.

At 6:47 PM , Blogger Miss Carnivorous said...

Thanks for pointing out my Swede and Swiss discrepancy. It was the nog in my egg that caused me to confuse the 2. Or perhaps I was thinking of Tiger Woods poor wife.

At 1:52 PM , Blogger staghounds said...

Did you know that before a foreigner can obtain citizenship in Switzerland, his Swiss citizen neighbors have to agree?

Yes, you have to be elected to citizenship.

At 7:19 AM , Blogger Muhammad Hussain said...

The Top Most Expensive Cars in the World, Top Speed Cars, Top most hot cars pictures and info

At 6:18 PM , Blogger ninest123 said...

canada goose, ugg,uggs,uggs canada, bottes ugg, pandora charms, moncler, louis vuitton, canada goose outlet, moncler, moncler outlet, wedding dresses, ugg pas cher, links of london, thomas sabo, moncler, karen millen, pandora jewelry, canada goose outlet, canada goose, montre pas cher, canada goose uk, coach outlet, replica watches, swarovski crystal, sac louis vuitton pas cher, louis vuitton, moncler, canada goose, moncler, doudoune canada goose, canada goose, juicy couture outlet, swarovski, moncler, pandora jewelry, moncler, hollister, ugg boots uk, louis vuitton, juicy couture outlet, marc jacobs, supra shoes, pandora charms, louis vuitton, ugg,ugg australia,ugg italia

At 6:22 PM , Blogger ninest123 said...

hollister, celine handbags, louboutin, gucci, nike huarache, abercrombie and fitch, converse outlet, north face outlet, nike trainers, babyliss, vans, asics running shoes, nike roshe, valentino shoes, oakley, p90x workout, herve leger, chi flat iron, new balance, soccer shoes, ray ban, instyler, longchamp, jimmy choo shoes, vans shoes, nike air max, birkin bag, mac cosmetics, reebok shoes, hollister, ferragamo shoes, bottega veneta, lululemon, mcm handbags, wedding dresses, hollister, nike air max, insanity workout, nfl jerseys, toms shoes, soccer jerseys, ghd, converse, ralph lauren, north face outlet, beats by dre, baseball bats, timberland boots, mont blanc, lancel

At 6:26 PM , Blogger ninest123 said...

north face, michael kors outlet, nike air max, coach outlet, michael kors outlet, michael kors, oakley pas cher, true religion jeans, ray ban pas cher, tn pas cher, hollister pas cher, kate spade handbags, true religion jeans, hermes, coach outlet, vans pas cher, ugg boots, lacoste pas cher, mulberry, nike air max, coach purses, converse pas cher, true religion outlet, replica handbags, north face, nike roshe, burberry outlet online, hollister, michael kors outlet, michael kors, ralph lauren uk, lululemon, nike blazer, air force, new balance pas cher, michael kors outlet, sac guess, ugg boots, michael kors outlet, abercrombie and fitch, michael kors, true religion jeans, burberry, vanessa bruno, timberland, ray ban uk, michael kors, nike free run uk, hogan, nike air max

At 6:31 PM , Blogger ninest123 said...

polo ralph lauren outlet, louboutin pas cher, cheap oakley sunglasses, gucci outlet, oakley sunglasses, ray ban sunglasses, louboutin, tory burch outlet, longchamp outlet, uggs on sale, ugg boots, nike free, louboutin shoes, ugg boots, prada handbags, prada outlet, louis vuitton outlet, louis vuitton, ray ban sunglasses, ralph lauren pas cher, ray ban sunglasses, air jordan pas cher, oakley sunglasses, longchamp outlet, christian louboutin outlet, polo ralph lauren outlet, louboutin outlet, burberry, oakley sunglasses, nike free, louis vuitton, kate spade outlet, replica watches, tiffany and co, tiffany jewelry, longchamp pas cher, michael kors, louis vuitton outlet, nike roshe run, oakley sunglasses, louis vuitton, nike outlet, longchamp, air max, chanel handbags, nike air max, replica watches, sac longchamp, nike air max, jordan shoes

At 12:05 PM , Blogger Dalia Alaa said...

At 6:16 AM , Blogger soma taha said...


At 7:23 AM , Blogger hamada ibrahim said...

شركة ركن الابداع تعد شركة مثالية فى اعمال نقل العفش بمدينة الاحساء وبجميع مدن المنطقة الشرقية حيث توفر للساده العملاء امكانية نقل الاثاث بأمان الى المكان الذى يريد العميل ان ينقل ذلك العفش فيه وايضاً نوفر للعميل العديد من الامتيازات الاخرى مثل الضمان على اعمال النقل وايضاً امكانية توفير فريق متميز من الفنيين المتخصصين فى اعمال الفك والتركيب والتغليف ومجموعه متميزه فى نقل جميع انواع الاثاث وكل ذلك نقدمة من خلال شركة نقل عفش بالاحساء فهى الافضل دون منافس ولا يوجد لها مثيل على الاطلاق واسم شركتنا يعنى التميز والتطور شركة ركن الابداع حيث نعمل بجديه ومصدقيه وشفافيه مع العميل لكى نجعله راضى تماماً عن كافة الاعمال التى نقدمها له
شركة نقل اثاث بالاحساء تقدم لكم كل ماهو مميز فى عالم نقل الاثاث فهى تعد شركة المثالية لنقل الاثاث بالاحساء ولذلك نقدم لكم خدمتنا على مدار الساعه وفى جميع ايام الاسبوع
شركة نقل عفش بالظهران
شركة نقل عفش بالظهران
شركة نقل عفش بالقطيف
شركة نقل عفش بالقطيف
شركة نقل عفش بالدمام
شركة نقل عفش بالدمام

At 9:49 PM , Blogger نقل العفش said...

I really enjoyed reading this post, big fan. Keep up the good work andplease tell me when can you publish more articles or where can I read more on the subject?
شركة نقل الاثاث ابيات وهي من افضل الشركات التي تقدم خدمة نقل العفش في السعودية وبالتحديد في الدمام والخبر
نقل عفش بالدمام
شركة نقل اثاث بالدمام
شركة نقل عفش بالدمام
شركة نقل اثاث بالخبر
فلا تتردد بالاتصال لنقل العفش والاثاث في ابيات افضل شركة نقل الاثاث في الاحساء والخبر والدمام
ميز ارخص شركة نقل اثاث بالدمام كما ذكرنا بالاعلي باننا في المركز السعودي الخدمي بالدمام والخبر ونكون فى غاية السعادة عندما بخدمتكم دائما وفي المقابل نسعي للتميز حتي نكسب ثقتكم فالجميع يسعي دائما للتعاقد مع افضل وارخص شركة نقل اثاث بالدمام وهذا هو هدفنا ان نكون الافضل دائما من ناحية جودة الخدمات و الاسعار ايضا فاننا نقدم اليكم خدمات نقل جميع محتويات المنزل
نقل اثاث بالدمام

At 4:34 PM , Blogger rehabgad1 said...

Good write-up. I definitely love this site. Keep it up

At 3:25 PM , Blogger rehabgad1 said...

Good write-up. I definitely love this site. Keep it up


Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home