About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

12 thoughts on “Segment of Geert Wilders interview. Netherlands state TV Dec 27 2012

  1. Geert Wilders is one of the increasingly rare beings: a Hero, a real Political Leader. No wonder the nasties and the cowards want him dead and silenced.

  2. Excuse me while i give much deserved credit where credit is due.

    Of the many reasons I love this website and the work of Vlad/Eeyore, the production and hosting of videos as the one above is certainly first and foremost.

    On Vladtepesblog I am brought many videos from the heart of Europe, from the front-line in the war against the obscene cancer of islam. Videos which are painstakingly translated and posted.

    It is this effort and this diligence to transcend the stifling boundaries of culture and language to bring us the truth of islam as it sodomizes and ravages every one of its host countries, that is so crucial to our destruction of islam.

    Certainly the spread of truth and the effect of that truth on islam is something not lost on the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Muslim Brotherhood as they make every effort to shut down voices of opposition.

    Keep up the good work Vlad and Eeyore….you two make a helluva team!

    Regards, Don Laird
    Edson, Alberta, Canada

  3. Geert is getting better. At least he doesn’t say “in my opinion” any more; that used to make it sound as if he was making it up. There are moments when he still sounds weak, but yes, he still towers heads and shoulders above every one of the political clowns that have taken Europe to EUrabia.

  4. He seems to sound much more assertive when he speaks in his mother tongue. “Sounding weak” might be due to the fact that English or German are foreign languages…

  5. Beside pointing out that islam is a racist and facist ideology, it should also be stressed that it is a manual for parasitism. One only needs to consider the muslim curriculum in the west. QED.

  6. We live in a shrunken world and millions of people are on the move; one of our biggest challenges is how we learn to live in proximity to difference – different skin colours, different beliefs and different way of life. According to a study by COMPAS, Muslims born and educated were given the impression of outsiders. The perception among Muslims is that they are unwelcome in Britain is undermining efforts to help them integrate into wider society. Most of them say that they have experienced race discrimination and religious prejudice. Muslims and Islam is promoted a fundamentalist and separatist by the western elite, which have negative impact on community and social cohesion. The number of racist incidents occurring in London Borough of Redbridge’s schools have reached their highest levels since record begin.

    A report by the Institute for Community Cohesion found that native parents were deserting some schools after finding their children outnumbered by pupils from ethnic minorities. Schools in parts of England are becoming increasingly segregated. The study focused on 13 local authorities. Many of the schools and colleges are segregated and this was generally worsening over recent years. This is RACISM because British society is the home of institutional racism. My statement regarding Muslim schools where there is no place for non-Muslim child or a teacher is based on educational process and not on racism. Muslim children need Muslim teachers during their developmental periods. For higher studies and research, Muslim teacher is not a priority.

    Multiculturalism is not about integration but about cultural plurality. It is not about separation but about respect and the deepening awareness of Unity in Diversity. Each culture will maintain its own intrinsic value and at the same time would be expected to contribute to the benefit of the whole society. Multiculturalism can accommodate diversity of all kinds – cultural, philosophical and religious – so that we can create a world without conflict and strife. Britain can assume the role of accommodation and concern for all peoples, for our planet and indeed for our survival. Multi-culturalism is even more important and crucial after 9/11 and 7/7. Muslim youths are also likely to feel alienated by a focus on shared Brutishness, rather than multicultural diversity. Rather than promoting a single British “us” teaching should acknowledge that “us” can be diverse and plural. Children should be encouraged to explore differences in appearance, history and religion to reduce social and educational fears. The pressures of multi-culturalism, racism, bullying and Islamophobia have forced the Muslim community to set up their own schools.There are hundreds of state and church schools where Muslim pupils are in majority. In my opinion all such schools may be opted out as Muslim Academies with bilingual Muslim teachers as role models. Such schools will be able to satisfy the needs and demands of the Muslim children and their parents.

  7. Iftikhar, the very fact that Islam has been allowed to propagate in our western lands should be worrisome to every non Muslim in those lands. It is Muslims who do not wish to integrate with their neighbours, not the other way around. You decry the lack of trust and integration then you state a case for segregation and indoctrination in Islam.

    What you feel to realize is that you are here only by the grace of your hosts and the tolerance of the host indigenous population: a tolerance, I might add, that is wearing mighty thin.

    If we treated Muslims like you treat Christians in your lands, I would worry. The backlash that is always talked about never seems to occur, despite Muslim protestations and a continuance of thousands of Islam inspired attacks against the other, world wide.

    This is a conflict that has been brought on by Muslims. Wear the results with pride; eventually, you will receive in spades what you are so justly asking for.

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