“Appa [the person threatening to kill Geert Wilders in unambiguous terms], who says he represents a large group of Muslims youth in disadvantaged neighbourhoods…” — from this article
Why do we have this bit of irrelevant information passed on to us by the writer of the article above?
Who cares if Appa, the would-be killer, thinks or doesn’t think that he “represents a large group of Muslim youth in disadvantaged neighborhoods”? What does that have to do with his death threat, made in a small country where in recent years not one but two people known for bravely defying Muslim bullying were killed? One was killed with a gun by a simpleton, van der Graaf, who was persuaded by others that Pim Fortuyn was attacking the most “helpless” members of Dutch society — i.e., Muslims. The second was killed by Mohammed B.(ouyeri), to whom Appa alludes by referring to a “Mohammed C.” who may come along to finish off Geert Wilders.
The death threat was made, made in a context of previous acts that entitle Geert Wilders, and the Dutch government, to arrest and imprison, or deport (better to deport) Appa and all those who think like, or defend, or support Appa and all the appas. They clearly cannot integrate into Dutch society. They do not understand the basic legal and political framework of, and the individual rights that are indispensable to, the nation-state of the Netherlands. This framework and those rights are the product of centuries of work and thought and industry by Infidels, with not a single Muslim contribution that even the cleverest Muslim apologist can name.
In 1970 there were 15,000 Muslims in the Netherlands. There are now one million. They are causing now, and they have caused, a situation for the indigenous Dutch (and of course for other, but non-Muslim immigrants, such as Vietnamese Buddhists, Hindus from India and even Indonesia, and Chinese of Confucian or Christian or other persuasion) that is far more unpleasant, expensive, and physically dangerous than it would be without that quite unwelcome, quite unnecessary, and deeply dangerous Muslim presence. That presence is one that the Muslims themselves recognize as being one behind what they are taught to regard, and most do regard, as enemy lines, the lines of the Infidels.
Those countries such as Denmark and the Netherlands that pride themselves on their easygoing tolerance ought to realize that it is a false tolerance, even a diseased tolerance, to continue to tolerate in one’s midst a permanent danger to real — i.e., Western — tolerance. Western tolerance is based on the Western enshrinement of individual rights. That does not include tolerating those who cling tenaciously to a doubly totalitarian Belief System, that offers a Complete Regulation of Life, and a geopolitical plan that justifies, by any instruments available and effective (and not merely qitaal, or combat, or its variant “terrorism”), the removal of all obstacles to the spread and dominance of Islam everywhere, and everywhere a situation where Muslims rule.
Benes and Masaryk were wise, tolerant, advanced statesmen, two who belonged to an older and better educated generation. They had no hesitation in implementing the Benes Decree(s) of 1946, and in banishing the Sudeten Germans who had proved to be such a threat. For them, for the Czechs, Germany lay prostrate, but they were not about to take another chance. And no one at the time, and no one since, has thought what the Czechs then did was immoral — save for a handful of German revanchists and those who have a particular soft-spot, one that deserves to be examined, for the treatment of Germans after the war.
Why should the Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, and the other countries of Europe not recognize a similar permanent danger in their midst, in the presence of jihadists and Sharia supremacists? And if Germany was prostrate in 1946, the world of Islam is hardly prostrate today. Rather, it feels itself stronger than ever, thanks to that ten trillion dollars in OPEC money received since 1973, along with all the aid, a disguised Jizyah, that is received, almost as tribute, by Muslim states and nascent statelets that have no oil or gas, but are able to count on the foreign aid that the Infidels provide.
Study the threats, and the intelligent response to recognized threats, in the not-so-distant past.