Sunday, 26 June 2011

Pakistanis and Somalis here - Moroccans there. Holland.

How long before this sort of stuff starts happening here?

A failure of the community

Cultural enrichment takes many diverse and sometime unexpected forms. In the Netherlands this week, there was an uproar about what seems to be the latest trend in cultural enrichment (NL), disrupting funeral processions:
In Amersfoort yet again a funeral procession was disrupted by youth. Students of the [islamic] primary school Bilal flipped their middle-finger and were seen cheering as a procession of mourners drove by.

The head of the school told RTV Utrecht he will speak to the children about their behavior. Additionally he would like to introduce the bereaved to the children, to make them realize what they have done.
The bland reporting by RTV Utrecht not withstanding, it became clear quite quickly the 'youth' involved were Moroccan children, reported to be between 9 and 11 years old.

This isn't the first time something like this has happened either. Back in the end of May, a funeral procession was similarly harassed by Moroccan 'youth', circling the procession on their bike, cheering and shouting 'Jews, Jews, Jews'. In an item on Dutch TV (NL) CEO of the funeral organisation UVZ relates the incident during the funeral of a 17 year old girls. At the start of the procession, the lead car is approached by young Moroccans wanting to know if the occupant of the coffin is a muslim. After hearing the negative answer, they proceed thumping and kicking the funeral limousine, saying 'Good, one less dog'.

That this has happened, is happening, that such is being done by Moroccan children as young as 9 to 11 even, is enough to descend into a blood-thirsty rage by itself. But this isn't the most infuriating aspect of the story. That distinction goes to the combined attempts by director and staff of the Bilal school and the MSM to downplay the incident and refocus the issue.

In the wake of the incident the school received hundreds of angry emails, some of which were of a threatening nature. This gave the school and the Dutch MSM the opportunity to focus on the fact that the a primary school needs extra police protection (NL). Because, according to the director of the Bilal school, in a crisis like this a primary school is very vulnerable. In De Telegraaf (NL; pdf) the director directs attention to the disquiet among parents of the schools students over the indignant reactions this news has provoked. The teachers also are 'irritated' with the commotion the news has caused. Thus, the angle played up big in the MSM is not the disrespectful, uncivilized and frankly depraved behaviour of the Moroccan children. Following the Dutch MSM, one would be forgiven the impression that the main problem is the reactions this news has provoked in Dutch society.

One of those involved is quoted as saying that the boys involved cannot be blamed for their behaviour since 'an eleven year old does not have the moral awareness'. Really? That is your explanation? That is the excuse? Geenstijl asks (NL), quite rightly: "How many times did you harass a funeral procession when you were 11? Did you also flip of random bereaved as an 11-year-old? And the 64,000 dollar question: Did you have sufficient moral awareness about death and mourning to be held responsible for offensive behaviour?"

This news raises (yet again) some uncomfortable questions about the Moroccan community and its place within our borders. That these children do not understand, even at the age of 9, that death comes to us all and that the death of a loved one is a period of momentous grief and loss that should be treated with the respect and dignity it deserves, points to a monumental failure, not just of the parents involved, but of the entire community, including the director and staff of the Bilal school. This is illustrated by the irritation of the school staff and even some of the parents quoted in De Telegraaf with the 'overblown reaction' of the civilized, non-Moroccan portion of the Dutch populace, who are 'making a mountain out of an mole hill'.

There is no sign whatsoever of the realization that this incident is way, WAY beyond mere mischief and exuberant boy-ish naughtiness. Thus it is not just the children and the parents that must be held accountable. The entire Moroccan community has failed to inculcate even the most basic respect and civility in their youngsters. It is the entire Moroccan community that is responsible for this incident. And it is time the Moroccan community in the Netherlands start to realize they are fast outstaying their welcome.

25 comments:

ecks why said...

the success of multiculturalism requires that all parties involved show some tolerance for each other. islam does not meet this requirement and is dangerous no matter how it is packaged.

muslims do not assimilate into western society because islam is a theocracy and demands supremacy. there is no radical, moderate, hijacked or any other nuanced semanticism type of islam. there is only islam which is based on the life of a murdering 8th century warlord.

the twin fogs of political correctness & ignorance must be dispersed before western society better understands this menace. even a brief review of islamic theology & history quickly exposes the deadly roots of this evil ideology.

see the links in the pdf version below for more accurate info about islam
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islam is a horrible ideology for human rights

5 key things about islam

1. mythical beliefs - all religions have these (faith) because its part of being a religion: having beliefs without proof until after the believer dies. the problem is people will believe almost anything.

2. totalitarianism - islam has no seperation of church and state: sharia law governs all. there is no free will in islam: only submission to the will of allah as conveniently determined by the imams who spew vapors to feather their own nests. there are no moderate muslims: they all support sharia law.

3. violence - islam leads the pack of all religions in violent tenets for their ideology & history: having eternal canonical imperatives for supremacy at all costs and calling for violence & intimidation as basic tools to achieve these goals.

4. dishonesty - only islam has dishonesty as a fundamental tenet: this stems from allah speaking to mohamhead & abrogation in the koran which is used to explain how mo's peaceful early life was superseded by his warlord role later.

5. misogyny - present day islam is still rooted in 8th century social ethics: treating females as property of men good only for children, severely limiting their activities, dressing them in shower curtains and worse.

conclusions ??

there really are NO redeeming qualities for this muddled pile of propaganda.

islam is just another fascist totalitarian ideology used by power hungry fanatics on yet another quest for worldwide domination and includes all the usual human rights abuses & suppression of freedoms.

graphics version
http://img829.imageshack.us/img829/5792/dangero.jpg

1 page pdf version - do file/download 6kb viewer doesn't show fonts well, has better fonts header footer links, great for emailing printing etc
http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=explorer&chrome=true&srcid=0B_UyNP-72AVKYWNiNTFlYTEtMTA1ZC00YjhiLTljMDUtMDhhNDE0NDMzNmYz

Anonymous said...

O/T,I'm reading a story on guido fawkes blog suggesting that NG at an EGM was displaced by AB as leader.
I'll reply to your original in due course.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
O/T,I'm reading a story on guido fawkes blog suggesting that NG at an EGM was displaced by AB as leader.
I'll reply to your original in due course.

26 June 2011 22:02


Wrong site, mate, try Searchlight or Wigan Today, This is a Nationalist Patriot Site, stir your sh-t elsewhere.

We will not be divided, try as you may.

Anonymous said...

Stand up for what you believe in, even if it means standing alone
Edna and stan beechhill, xx old unsxxx but stillvote..

Anonymous said...

To the other anon preaching Searchlight and suchlike to me.
I suggest you get your brain in gear before your gob.
I was merely saying what I had read on another blog and asking were any other BNP supporters aware of this.
I could tell you many many reasons as to why I support the BNP and one of them in particular might surprise even you,and I'll leave it at that,but thanks NOT for the insult.

Anonymous said...

Sir Henry.
I said I would reply to your post in due course.
Here goes your post is as I have come to expect concise and factual.
Correct me if I am wrong but was'nt this guy Wilders banned by the then home secretary she of her sisters room scam responsible for this.
Was'nt he asking for permission to show the House of Lords a film on Islam and this was refused by Jackie porno films on expenses.
The points you make as to what these Moroccan brainwashed children are doing are to say the least abborent of what any civilised western society over the years have done.
I do realise the way our society was treated in the past with the fuedal system etc:,but as a process of protest and what I would descibe as ordinary people getting together lead to a series of revolutions.
Now then Islam comes onto the scene in our society and what do we see,well frankly division and this crowd trying to push their sharia values onto us,and in fact aided and abetted by traitors to this land.
To come back to your subject,if my memory serves me right was'nt there a catholic crowd who said if you give me a child of six to whatever age you will not convert him,was it the Jesuits?.
Morgan when you see crap like this being fed to children on a hate basis you do start to have a hate for this kind of religeous claptrap.
In my day when a funeral went past you respected that even as kids,you were not asking what religeon that person was.
You realised that the family was bereaved and suffering and you showed common decency and respect.
People along the route took their hats off,and the police saluted.
With this Muzzie load of arseholes who are now infesting our country compliments of our so called British Government who frankly should be ashamed of their actions but who are not,if it was within my power I would F--k off the lot of them and take back control of this land.
Can we do this yes absolutely but only if the British public wakes up as to what is being done in their name.

Anonymous said...

Sir Henry
I did post yesterday to your Holland article,but for whatever reason it did'nt get through.
The article just confirms what I have known for years about this so called peaceful religion.
In my opinion a religion that absolutely brainwashes in particular children is the pits.
Impressionable kids should grow up totally immune from adult dogma and be allowed to lead a typical childs life regarding interests.
However in many cases dark forces butt in and warp their minds for their own power mad agenda.
Holland is to me a country which has always had roughly the same values as other westernised democracies,but when any country lets in hordes of muslims as dictated by their governments,then look out for trouble.
These people are trouble to us,and lead on by fanatics will foment aggro,as we can see from many many examples.
Will we pack off these religious zealots back from whence they came,probably not until we elect a government in this land that is not a bunch of appeasers,but is interested in the wellbeing of this land.
I don't honestly see it from the bunch of arseholes who are currently running the the agenda in this land.
Sheeple wake up for Christs sake as regards what is being done to your country.
Finally to some other person who took issue with me as regards my loyalties,please tell me your name and I will do likewise and I will converse with you,ARE YOU UP FOR THIS?.

Andyj said...

Children reflect in public what their parents say in private.

They are the smoke from the fire. The bullet from the gun.

whatever happens in school time, the school should pay reparations for. If the school wishes to regain any money's back then they can sue the parents.

Why does the law not work?

BRITISHLADY said...

Andyj - Agree, well said.
A voice in the wilderness, I fear,
in todays PC climate. Common Sense
seems to have been outlawed.

Anonymous said...

BRITISH LADY/Andyi.
Totally agree with your salient points.
IMHO the problems we have are entirely PC driven.
It was long long ago that the words politicaly correct came into being.
Back then their were no sinister meanings.
It literally meant politicians must as far as possible be correct in what they said.
When the wonderful ideology of communism was born and over time was not meeting ordinary peoples aspirations,they were trying all types of methods to make it work.
Skip on to 1923 were in Germany a think tank came into being called the (Franfurt School)it's recommedations amongst other things were as follows:-
1)Creation of racism offences
2)Continual change to cause confusion and uncertainty
3)The teaching of sex and homosexuality in schools
4)The undermining of schools and teachers authority.
5)Immigration into nation states to destroy cultural identity
6)The promotion of excess drinking,vis a vis get the sheeple into that
7)Discourage religion
8)A legal system weighted against the victims
9)Make large numbers of people dependent on the state for their pay/benefits
10)control the media
11)Encourage family breakdown.
Question,does this sound like Britain today 1997 onwards.
Newliebour = want a captive audience.
Con/dumbs = Blue Liebour = the same.
What I have printed are not my thoughts but are from historical research by other bodies.
Nevertheless I am in agreement with what they say.

Anonymous said...

Will the Wigan group be taking a stand to allow Andrew Brons a fair challenge for the leadership? And who will the group be backing if AB is allowed to challenge Griffin.

Sir Henry Morgan said...

This member of the Wigan group wont be voting for Griffin
OR Brons - they both have the same fundamental defect - They are both MEPs. That is a full-time job. How do you square the cicle with Chairman of the party also being a full-time job? I wouldn't blame them for going for the big EU money for five years ... I would.

Anonymous said...

So who would be your chose for party chairman then? And surely if it turns out to be a straight two way fight between NG & AB you would vote.

Sir Henry Morgan said...

No - there'll be a third party. If not, it's still "no" for Griffin and Brons, and for the reason I gave.

Griffin was a good chairman. If he was to pass the MEP job to Wingfield. Then that is who I'd vote for.

Anonymous said...

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Griffin was a good chairman.

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No he was, and is, a power mad dictator!

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Sir Henry Morgan said...

Maybe he was, and is. But was he a good Chairman of the BNP before he became MEP? That includes the couple of months beforehand when he put his efforts, and the party's into him becoming an MEP.

Farage, the UKIP blokey, claims he saved £1m just from his EU expenses in just five years.

Anonymous said...

anon , you seem to have a short memory, perhaps the following will refresh it.

" For the past seven years, the British National Party has been alerting the British public to the fact that there are Muslim paedophile gangs operating in Britain which prey on young white females. Now, on its front page, Britain's most respected newspaper has acknowledged that this is indeed the case.

It was back in 2004 that Nick Griffin, the leader of the British National Party was arrested after a speech he made about the Muslim grooming gangs scandal was broadcast on the BBC documentary, The Secret Agent.

He was charged with "using words or behaviour intended or likely to stir up racial hatred" but acquitted of all the charges after two trials.

According to The Times, police and social services have fuelled a "culture of silence" which has allowed hundreds of young white girls to be exploited by Muslim men for sex."

But for the past seven years The Times and the British media have been part of that conspiracy of silence.

Journalist Andrew Norfolk who wrote the report, covered Nick Griffin's trial at Leeds Crown Court, so he was well aware then of the grooming gangs, but has not, until now, publicised the issue.

The British National Party even produced an Election Broadcast in 2004 on the grooming issue. Channel 5's ridiculous censorship, dubbed out the words of the mothers of grooming victims in an effort to stop the public from hearing the extent of the problem.

The broadcast was based on a banned Channel 4 documentary, Edge of the City, which revealed how Asian men in Bradford were grooming and targeting white girls as young as 11 for sex and drug abuse. It was withdrawn seven days ago at the request of Colin Cramphorn, the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire.

Nick Griffin and Party officials met 12 mothers and discovered evidence of child abuse in Rotherham, Dewsbury, Colne and Rochdale.

The broadcast was narrated by Nick himself and featured an actress who conveys the alleged thoughts of a Bradford mother above the caption "Donna's story."

She says: "In a way we're lucky. Some of her friends have suffered the same abuse and ended up hooked on crack."

Even Ann Cryer, the Labour MP for Keighley, West Yorkshire admitted there was a problem, but claimed it was being successfully sorted out by the police and was not as severe as the British National Party suggested. Mrs Cryer said she did not know "Donna" and had spoken to other mothers in the town who had no knowledge of her.

Why, some of us still, believe in Nick Griffin MEP.

Anonymous said...

I have not seen anything from Lanky Patriot for a long time, where is he. I miss his good sense and down to earth style.

Anonymous said...

I Am the Labor Parties Worst Nightmare.
...I am a White, Conservative, Tax-Paying, God fearing Australian .
I am a hard working Australian and I work long hours to earn a living.

I believe in God and the freedom of religion, but I don't push it on others.
I drive Australian-made cars, and I believe in Australian products and buy them whenever I can.

I believe the money I make belongs to me and not some bloody governmental functionary, Labor/Greens or Liberal, that wants to share it with others who don't work!

I'm in touch with my feelings and I like it that way!

I think owning a home doesn't make you a capitalist; it makes you a smart Australian
I think being a minority does not make you noble or victimized, and does not entitle you to anything. Get over it!

Anonymous said...

I believe that if you are selling me a Big Mac or any other item, you should do it in English.

I believe there should be no other language option.

I believe everyone has a right to pray to his or her God when and where they want to.

Anonymous said...

My heroes are , Fellow Australians like Don Bradman, Paul Hogan, Steve Waugh, Kylie, Alan Langer, Slim Dusty, Fred Hollows and the Aussie scientists who invented the bionic ear – missed a few I know.
I don't hate the rich, but hate the way they are always find ways to pay less taxes
I don't pity the poor, I hate the way they always crying that they are hard done by!!

I know wrestling is fake and I don't waste my time watching or arguing about it.

I haven't burned any witches or been persecuted by the Turks, and neither have you!

I believe if you don't like the way things are here, go back to where you came from and change your own country!

This is AUSTRALIA ....We like it the way it is and more so the way it was ...so stop trying to change it to look like Britain ,USA ,Russia or China , or some other socialist country!

If you were born or legally migrated here and don't like it... you are free to move to any Socialist country that will have you. (And take Julie Gillard and her group with you.) I believe it is time to really clean house, starting with the Lodge, the seat of our biggest problems.

Lanky Patriot said...

I've been away on holiday and after had to go and see my grandson down South so I've not been involved in party matters for 3 weeks.

As far as the leadership challenge is concerned between Nick Griffin and Andrew Brons is concerned I believe most of of our group will be backing Andrew.
I will do a blog on my reasons tomorrow, but suffice it to say that Nick Griffin has been leader longer than any other party leader in this country and his time is past.
We need a change of leadership but Griffin seems harder to move than Gadaffi. He seems to have been leader as long.

Anonymous said...

lanky is rite as usual , we have to vote other wise why bother .. this is about lies deceit untruth and removing good people for asking questions its just not on . every party had a bad deal in the last elections , in my opinion this was due to fear.. Some feared the lab some the Tories getting in and thought a vote for a small party would be a waste of time.. I hope now the truth has dawned the axis of evil the lib/lab/con are one and the same.. BNP is the only true opposition..VOTE BNP.. terence

Sir Henry Morgan said...

Anonymous:

If we HAVE to vote, then shouldn't we be given a palatable choice? A choice between two people wha both have the same unpalatable defect is hardly a palatable choice - it's just a couple of big boys stitching things up between themselves. I'm NOT voting for either of those two ... can't trust either of them to put party duties before EU duties.

Sorry if you don't like that - but too bad.

Lanky Patriot said...

Andrew Brons would unite the party and bring back into the fold those good nationalists who have been expelled for asking questions.

He may also bring an accord with other nationalist splinter groups and give a coherent and powerful voice for the patriotic point of view.

He is not in it for the money. I know he was reluctant to stand but did so in an attempt to rescue our cause from the factionalism that has blunted our endeavours.

If he is elected (only for a year) we could have a new DEMOCRATIC constitution, free from the manipulation of the rules we now have.

All we ask is the honesty, openness and democracy which we are not getting now.
Andrew will provide that freedom which we all need.

He is a reluctant candidate and only stands on a point of principle and not for self aggrandisement.

He is standing for us THE BRITISH PEOPLE,not himself.

yaz