A Dutch dhimmitude update from Leveller of the Dutch Disease blog. The links are in Dutch:
An elementary school in the Dutch city of Lelystad is going to teach children every week for half an hour about Islam.
Dutch Prime-Minister Jan-Peter Balkenende wishes Dutch Muslims a happy Ramadan. Notice the symbolic Muslim family in the picture, the woman seems to be wearing a burka. Balkenende talks about the purifying effects of Ramadan.
Minister of Integration Rita Verdonk says radicalism is not part of Islam. Muslim children glorifying Theo van Gogh’s killer are just searching for their identity and act provocative to get attention. Negative stereotypes in the media only make things worse. To combat polarisation a bus called “˜Netherlands New Land” will drive across the country with imams and people of other faiths and cultures onboard. There will be an annual debate between politicians, journalists, pundits (all of the politically correct variety, of course) and people from various (heavily subsidised) organisations to address “˜negative stereotyping”.
A Turkish member of GroenLinks (communist party) wants streets in the Dutch city of Amersfoort to carry Turkish and Moroccan names. “This will help integration,” he says.
The number of sexist (that’s a mild way of putting it), homophobic and anti-Semitic incidents has gone up, says the Dutch secret service. To blame are the usual suspects. Thank God there is a Bureau for Muslim Discrimination in Amsterdam where Muslims can complain about the Islamophobic secret service.
Radical Dutch Muslim can’t find a job. He refuses to shake a woman’s hand. He sports a long beard. He thinks Dutch people are immoral. Instead of leaving this sordid den of kufr and moving back to Morocco, the country his parents are from, he got himself a Moroccan bride and brought her back to Holland. The poor girl is wearing a veil, has to eat her cake alone in the kitchen whenever there’s another man in the house and she’s only allowed to work with other women. That kind of narrows your chances of finding a job. But no worries: Holland has a very nice welfare system.
That’s just from the last two days. I haven’t even mentioned the scores of Muslims and other scallywags of foreign descent beating up Dutch natives and each other in places like Weert, Amsterdam, The Hague, Nieuw-Vennep and Utrecht.