This article is over 8 years old Fifty-two people were murdered in the 7 July bombings in London. There was, she assured them, no reason to believe that an attack was imminent.
Hopefully, I'll have Part II translated and posted by tomorrow. Almost as if my silence were a betrayal. And each time I shake my head and murmur to myself: About a Europe that is no longer Europe, but Eurabia, and that with its feebleness, its inertia, its blindness, its servitude to the enemy is digging its own grave.
For which Switzerland asked our Minister of Justice to extradite me in handcuffs. For which in Italy I will be tried for vilifying Islam; that is, for an offense of opinion. An offense that carries a sentence of three years in prison; none of which will be served by the Islamist caught with explosives in his cantina.
In newspapers that in the best of cases pharasaically opposed me with a conspiracy of silence now appear titles using my concepts and words. In speaking of Londonistan, the section of London where someMuslims live, the newspapers which at first gave comfort to the terrorists--going so far as to make excuses for their crime are now saying what I did when I wrote that in each one of our cities exists another city.
A subterranean city; equal to Beirut when it was invaded by Arafat in the 70s. A foreign city that speaks its own language and observes its own customs; a Muslim city where terrorists go about their business undisturbed and, thus undisturbed, plan our deaths.
The rest is now spoken of openly; even Islamic terrorism, something that was carefully avoided in order not to offend moderate Muslims.
Now, even the fifth columnists and the imams express their hypocritical condemnations, their mendacious loathing, their false solidarity with the relatives of the victims.
Now, thorough searches are being made in the cases of the accused Muslims; suspects are arrested; perhaps it will even be decided to expel them.
But in substance, nothing has changed. Does the matter of the One God really suffice to establish a concord of concepts, of principles, of values?!? This is the point, in the unchanged reality of post-attack London that perhaps troubles me the most. I am also troubled because it goes along with, and thereby reinforces that which I consider the error committed by Papa Wojtyla: During these last four years, I have done nothing but ask myself why a warrior like Wojtyla, a leader so singular who contributed more than anyone else to the downfall of the Soviet empire and, therefore, of Communism, showed himself to be so weak towards a disease worse than the Soviet empire or Communism.
A disease that, above all, targets Christianity and Judaism for destruction. I have done nothing but ask myself why he did not inveigh openly against what was happening and is happeningfor example, in Sudan where the fundamentalist regime was practicing and is practicing slavery. Where Christians were eliminated are eliminated by the millions.
Why he was silent about Saudi Arabia where anyone with a Bible in hand or a cross around his neck was and is treated like a scum to be put to death.
A sacrifice I refuse not only for pride; that is, for my way of maintaining my dignity, but also because I believe there is a motive of Evil on the part of those who do evil.
Charles Martel turned back the Muslim invaders lifting up the crucifix. Isabel of Spain tossed them out of Spain while doing the same. And at Lepanto there were even Papal troops. In order to defend Vienna, the last bulwark of Christianity, in order to break the siege of Kara Mustafa, there was also, and above all, the Pole Jan Sobienski with the image of the Virgin of Chestochowa.
And if those Catholics had not applied the principle of self-defense--of legitimate defense--we, too, would be wearing the burka or the calabash. We, too, would be calling the few survivors infidel dogs.
We, too, We, too, would be cutting off their heads with the halal knife. Thus, three days after the latest massacre, when Pope Ratzinger renewed the theme of dialogue, I was astonished. Your Holiness, I speak to you as a person who admires you very much.
Who loves you, because you are right about so many things.Londonistan" is a sobriquet referring to the British capital of London and the growing Muslim population of lateth- and earlyst-century London.
The word is a portmanteau of the UK's capital and the Persian suffix -stan, meaning "land" used by several countries in South and Central Asia, primarily in the Middle East, hence the name. . Large scale disasters continue to increase with the increasing number of population resulting in mass fatalities.
A day before the incident, London was honored. Whoa: A New Zealander working for Reuters in London says two colleagues witnessed the unconfirmed shooting by police of two apparent suicide bombers outside the HSBC tower at Canary Wharf in London.
The Heretik went to the bad movie house again and saw Casablanca The Heat Is Rising The London Bombings 7th July By Matthew Delooze. In order to see the symbolism I am about to point out, you will need to rid your mind of the 5-sense prison that the secret rulers of this world have subjected you to, via enforced state education, mass media hypnosis and the use of subliminal messages.
The bombings, carried out by Mohammed Sidique Khan, 30, Shehzad Tanweer, Hasib Hussain, 18, and Jermaine Lindsay, 19, killed 52 people and injured many more. The inquest, which is due to finish. The New York State Model is a comprehensive model that was the resultant work of countless professional counselors and educators across New York State.