Saturday, November 23, 2013

Muslim Ghetto - Gronland - Oslo -Norway

Exert from article at 'Stop Islamisation of the World' blog.

The article below is about the apocalyptic level of culturally-enriched violence in Gronland, a district of the city of Oslo. Gronland is only two subway stops from the Parliament, and one from the Central Station, fairly close to the government offices that were bombed by Breivik. It looks like Karachi, Basra, and Mogadishu all rolled into one. People sell drugs openly just next to the Gronland subway station.

It's not Norway or Europe anymore, except when there is welfare money to be collected. The police have largely given up. Early in 2010 Aftenposten stated that there are sharia patrols in this area, and gay couples are assaulted and chased away. "Immigrant Fatima Tetouani says that ‘Gronland is more Muslim than Morocco.’”

Readers should remember that Aftenposten, which is the largest newspaper in the Oslo region, is normally pro-Islamic and very Multicultural.

Read more here.  

Friday, November 8, 2013

Muslim Ghetto of Schilderswijk in The Hague in the Netherlands

A muslim ghetto 'Schilderswijk' in the Hague in the Netherlands is starting to gain attention from politicians and the press. People are starting to believe accounts of non-muslim locals who suffer due to living amongst muslims. Being called a 'kaffir', being criticised for owning a dog, being accosted for wearing a short skirt and being hounded from your house are all indicative of a muslim ghetto.

As a reward for the destruction of Dutch liberalism in this muslim ghetto, the Dutch are giving the muslims of Schilderswijk and gigantic mosque, to be known as Medina. This is a classic case of foolhardy subservience and acquiescence and is bound to fail given Islam does not respect such things but see them as green lights to abuse and attack.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Francesco Hounye, Victim of Muslim Ghetto Tower Hamlets, England.

What happens when a non-muslim ventures into a muslim ghetto in England and acts a little different, particularly if he holding a bottle of drink at the time? He is likely to get beaten up. That is exactly what happened to an American student who, unfortunately, felt the brunt of Islamofacism in Tower Hamlets, which is more a monocultural area than a multicultural one. The following news report exert was taken from this website. Please note that the term 'local' is, in Tower Hamlets, a euphemism for 'non-muslim' and 'Asian' is a euphemism for 'muslim'.

Investigating officer, Detective Constable Ben Mott, said: “We believe the suspects picked a fight with the victim as he was obviously not from the local area and they took exception to the fact that he was a bit different.

“The victim has an Italian accent, his own style of dress and mannerisms and, when challenged by the Asian males, answered them back.

“They retaliated by grabbing the bottle and launching a vicious attack that has left him scarred for life.

“He had come to the UK to enhance his studies and has been left so shocked and horrified by what happened that he feels unsafe and is unsure if he wants to stay here.

“The CCTV footage is exceptionally clear and I believe the suspects to be local.

“I would ask people to please look closely at the faces of the attackers and help us identify them. I am positive someone would know who they are from looking at the footage.”

The suspects are described as Asian and aged in their late teens to early 20s. They are possibly Bengali.

 Francesco Hounye, the victim, has my deepest sympathies. Had he visited England even just thirty years ago, his opinion of the country would have been very different. I hope he returns to the US to warn other citizens to keep away from Europe as many areas are simply too risky for na├»ve travellers.


Tuesday, October 22, 2013

751 muslim ghettos in France

This webpage lists in full the 751 muslim ghettos in France, or 'Sensitive Urban Zones' as they are called in PC lingo.

Daniel Pipes of the Middle East Forum writes...

What are they? Those places in France that the French state does not control. They range from two zones in the medieval town of Carcassone to twelve in the heavily Muslim town of Marseilles, with hardly a town in France lacking in its ZUS. The ZUS came into existence in late 1996 and according to a 2004 estimate, nearly 5 million people live in them.

Comment: A more precise name for these zones would be Dar al-Islam, the place where Muslims rule. (November 14, 2006)

Read the updates here.


Why are there muslim ghettos?

Why are there muslim ghettos? There are many reason why muslims flock together and why non-muslims flee from the emerging muslim ghettos. Those reasons are explained here by Dr. Nicolai Sennels of 'No Compulsion'.


The Hidden Truth Behind Muslim 'Enrichment'
by Paul Wilkinson

We have all heard the politically correct nonsense that multiculturalism and diversity make our society ‘stronger’ and are a cause for ‘celebration’. However anyone with common sense realises that enforced colonisation of our towns and cities by Muslims is not a ‘strength’ because they have created intolerant segregated ‘ghettos’ that have divided communities and stoked tensions.

Read more here.

Bankstown, Sydney's musim ghetto