Muslim man only wanted to scare a Jewish man and his son by running them over in Belgium

A Muslim driver attempted to crash his vehicle into a Jewish father and son while they were walking to synagogue on Shabbat in Antwerp, Belgium. Local police apprehended the driver who claimed he was only trying to scare the two. He is to be remanded in court Sunday.

About Eeyore

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

6 Replies to “Muslim man only wanted to scare a Jewish man and his son by running them over in Belgium”

  1. This is the dystopian future the left is creating, they think they can use the Islamic invasion to destroy Western Civilization and then control the Moslems. They won’t be able to do this just as they will be unable to take over the west, they have pretty much succeeded in destroying Western Civilization but “We The People” are fighting back to retain or in some cases regain our freedom.

    • Belgium’s Culture of Death

      If you want to see what happens when a society enthusiastically swallows the euthanasia poison, look at Belgium. Perhaps influenced by its neighbor the Netherlands — which pioneered euthanasia permissiveness — Belgium legalized euthanasia in 2002. The country has since leaped head-first off a vertical moral cliff.

      As usual, when the law was being debated, supporters described it as being strictly limited to those at the end of life for whom nothing else but killing would adequately alleviate suffering. That is definitely not how things have worked out.…

      Euthanasia and Organ Harvesting of the Disabled: The joining of voluntary euthanasia and organ harvesting in Belgium first came to light in a 2008. The doctors who removed the woman’s organs after her death published a letter in the medical journal, Transplantation, reporting that a totally paralyzed woman first asked for euthanasia — permission granted — and then to donate her organs after her heart stopped.

      Since this first known case, other euthanasia killings followed by organ harvesting have been reported. In 2009, Transplantation Proceedings published an article entitled, “Organ Procurement After Euthanasia: Belgian Experience,” in which doctors described euthanasia accompanied by organ harvests from disabled patients in clinical detail.

      Euthanasia and organ donation has now expanded to include at least one patient with a severe mental illness. As reported in “Initial Experience with Transplantation of Lungs,” published in 2011 Applied Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology (PDF), four patients (three disabled and one mentally ill) were euthanized and their lungs harvested.

      By joining euthanasia with organ donation, Belgium crossed a very dangerous bridge by giving society a utilitarian stake in euthanasia. But the acceptance of joint killing and harvesting also sends the cruel message to disabled, or mentally ill people: “Your deaths have greater value than your lives.” In such a milieu, self-justifying bromides about “choice” and the “voluntary” nature “of the process” become mere rationalization.…

  2. How Belgium went down the slippery slope of assisted suicide

    …Nations and cultures, no less than individuals, need to have a reason to live. Belgium has one of the highest suicide rates on Earth even when you discount the ones that are done legally, with the assistance of doctors. And, as you might expect, Belgium has one of the lowest birth rates in the Western world, lower than replacement level. This reality is masked by immigration from other nations, some European, some not. Foreign-born residents of Belgium make up around 13 percent of the population, but nearly 25 percent of all births in the region of Flanders are to households where Dutch is not the primary language.

    Belgium’s humanism is inventive at coming up with reasons to die — anorexia and chronic fatigue among them — but what it needs is a reason to live, today and in the future.

    • Letter from Belgium:
      The Death Treatment

      When should people with a non-terminal illness be helped to die?

      …The right to a dignified death is viewed as an accomplishment of secular humanism, one of seven belief systems that are officially recognized by the government. Belgian humanism, which was deeply influenced by the nineteenth-century Freemasonry movement, offered an outlet for those who felt oppressed by the Church, but it has increasingly come to resemble the kind of institution that it once defined itself against.

      Since 1981, the Belgian government has paid for “humanist counsellors,” the secular equivalent of clergy, to provide moral guidance in hospitals, prisons, and the armed forces. Humanist values are also taught in state schools, in a course called non-confessional ethics, which is taken by secular children from first through twelfth grade, while religious students pursue theological studies. The course emphasizes autonomy, free inquiry, democracy, and an ethics based on reason and science, not on revelation.…

      …[E]uthanasia is “part of a philosophy of taking control of one’s own existence and improving the objective conditions for happiness. There is an arrow of evolution that goes toward ever more reducing of suffering and maximizing of enjoyment.”


        Euthanasia by lethal injection has already been coupled with organ donation in the Netherlands and Belgium. Since 2008, several articles have been published in respectable medical journals lauding this forming symbiosis.…

        ….Prominent voices among the medical elite have called for the overturning of the “dead donor rule”—the ethical backbone of organ transplant medicine requiring that a patient die naturally from injury or illness before vital organs can be procured.

        These advocates argue that consent should be the primary ethical concern and criteria for organ harvesting—not that a donor is dead. Thus if living patients or their surrogates give the okay, doctors should be allowed to euthanize by means of live harvesting.…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *