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Denmark and the Burkha.

Denmark and the Burkha.

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Published by Philip John Jones
I don't like the Burkha; but then again I don't have to. It's not my choice, it's the choice of those who wear it. On the other hand, I don't like the way Danish women dress themselves these days either. Perhaps instead of considering as to whether the Burkha, which let's be fair is only worn by a small number of Muslim women in Denmark should be banned, perhaps we should consider banning those awful `half mast `pants` and all the other pseudo masculine clothing which has become the uniform of choice for the vast majority of Danish women today.
I don't like the Burkha; but then again I don't have to. It's not my choice, it's the choice of those who wear it. On the other hand, I don't like the way Danish women dress themselves these days either. Perhaps instead of considering as to whether the Burkha, which let's be fair is only worn by a small number of Muslim women in Denmark should be banned, perhaps we should consider banning those awful `half mast `pants` and all the other pseudo masculine clothing which has become the uniform of choice for the vast majority of Danish women today.

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Denmark And The Burkha
 
Why Danes Hate Islam?
By Philip Jones 26
th
August 2009.
THIS?OR THIS?? 
“Let me state it clearly: Muslims ought to live in Muslimland - and that's not here.”
Danish member of the European Parliament, Mogens Camre:
 
I don't like the Burkha; but then again I don't have to. It's not my choice, it's the choice of those whowear it. On the other hand, I don't like the way Danish women dress themselves these days either.Perhaps instead of considering as to whether the Burkha, which let's be fair is only worn by a smallnumber of Muslim women in Denmark should be banned, perhaps we should consider banningthose awful `half mast`pants` and all the other pseudo masculine clothing which has become theuniform of choice for the vast majority of Danish women today.I have lived in Denmark since early 1996, and my overriding impression of the Danes, (with someexceptions) is of an arrogant, unfriendly, self aggrandising and bigoted little people who due todecades of indoctrination and State sponsored programming, are `locked ` into a narcissistic anduniform (almost `Borg`)[6] like mindset, which in its application to those who do not share thesame insular and prejudiced world view and stunted culture, is anything but benign; but rather, ismalevolent, Sociopathic[7], all pervasive and extremely effective in its ability to degrade anddemoralise.Having written at length about this country previously,[1] it will suffice to say that there is muchmore that is rotten in the state of Denmark than its just its `pork.`The Danish Government is the most dictatorial in Europe without question. There can be no doubtthat it has been at the very least, the bureaucratic model for the European Union, and like the latter,churns out laws which proscribe almost anything relating to personal choice, liberty andindependence. It is no exaggeration to say that in Denmark, a person's life is micromanaged notonly from cradle to grave, but 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 52 weeks a year, every year. It isdifficult to think of any aspect of one's daily life which is not legislated for.What makes this scenario all the more uncomfortable for those who come to live here fromelsewhere, is the abject acceptance and compliance, nay, the glorification of their imagined `perfect`model of life, by the Danes.It is not my intention to allow this article to run into multiple parts so I suggest to the reader that heor she visit the links at the reference section and read my previous essays which expose the sorrystate of things here in this old European land.
To the point:
“There is no place for Islam in Europe and our first priority must be to repatriate the Muslims.”
Danish member of the European Parliament, Mogens Camre:There can't be too many people who consider themselves politically `aware` who have not seen,read or heard something about the blasphemous cartoons published a few years ago by the Danish`Newspaper` Jyllandsposten, depicting the Holy Prophet of Islam in an outrageous and highlyderisive manner.At the time, I was incredulous as to why a major national daily would commit such a provocativeact, considering the tense relationship between the Muslim community and the host population here.The pretence of `taking a stand for free speech` certainly made me suspicious, as any non-Danewho has lived in Denmark will know; free speech is reserved for Danes only.Today, I fully understand the thinking behind those ridiculous caricatures; Provocation !Muslims in Denmark are treated very differently to those living elsewhere in the west. For exampletheir attempts to build a Mosque have been thwarted time and again by the weight of Danish bureaucracy [8]. In 2009, there is still no purpose built Islamic house of worship in Denmark, nor for that matter, any dedicated Muslim cemeteries either.
 
Unlike in other countries in Europe and the West, Muslims who display their faith publicly by their mode of dress for example, are purposely kept out on the fringes of Danish society, and lookeddown upon simply for being different. I have had many contacts within the local Islamic communityand there is a sense of desperation therein. They feel socially and politically impotent. They arerelegated to the lower end of the Job Market and are victims of a form of social injustice which isintensely xenophobic.The current fires of civic unrest seen recently here in Denmark involving young Muslim boys, aremost certainly being fuelled by what can only be regarded as an intentional policy of defamationand degradation of all things Islamic, orchestrated at the very highest state levelThose who have taken an interest in the post 9/11 world, will not be surprised when I say that thenumerous Anti Islamic reports which frequent the national `ruse` papers here, on an almost daily basis, bear all the hallmarks of a state sponsored `agent provocateur` operation. In the aftermath of the `French Intifada` some years ago, the OAS (French Intelligence) are believed to have played amajor role in stirring up racial and social hatreds. This is almost certainly the case here in Denmark,although I have no proof of this, the whole thing stinks.
The New Unlikely Crusaders:
“Islam is a new totalitarian plague sweeping Europe.”
Member of the DanishParliament, Soeren Krarup.In his article; “Is Denmark being Set Up, Why Is A Nation Known For Pork Attacking Islam?”[2]Researcher and writer Christopher Bollyn writes:
“One might reasonably ask why one of the smallest and weakest countries in the world, with a population of less than 6 million, would want to inflame the passions and provoke the 1.5 BillionMuslims of the world? It just doesn't make any sense, especially for a nation like Denmark that depends on its exports.”
He continues:
“Why would Danes be so eager to offend Muslims? Are they simply trying to spice up a long winter and an otherwise boring existence, or is there a foreign agenda at work here. Is Denmark being set up for a false-flag terror attack? That seems very likely, given the absurdity of this latest anti-Muslim offence.”
and :
“Denmark is an active member of the anti-Muslim crusade known as the "War on Terrorism."  Knowing that this fraudulent "War on Terrorism" is nothing but a Zionist scheme to drag corrupt Western nations into illegal wars of aggression against Muslim nations -- on behalf of Israel -- it  stands to reason that Denmark must be both corrupt and dominated by strong Zionist-Jewish forces. There must, after all, be a good reason why other Scandinavians have traditionally called the Danes the "Jews of Scandinavia." 
I think Mr. Bollyn is very accurate and insightful in his appraisal of the Danish State as being on anAnti Islamic Crusade, both at home and abroad, and only this past week, another `front` in their declared war against the believers was opened up and can fairly be termed, the `Battle Of theBurkha.`How Danes hate the Burkha, along with all the other visible signs of Islam, which represent an idealthey cannot nor wish to comprehend. Surely, the way people choose to clothe themselves is anintensely personal matter to be left to the individual alone? Not in `Gulag` Denmark, where once again, as with the cartoon charade, we are witnessing all thehype and baloney about democracy, freedom of speech and the Christian way of life dragged out ad

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