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Submitted by Emanuel van den Bemd (New Zealand), Aug 14, 2014 at 19:34

Hi Daniel,

The burqa problem is just one of the issues that lurks behind organised Islamism, as is circumcision, Halal food and public demonstrations of enforced theatrical performances that represent public compliance that amounts to tyrannical dictates. Originally, the burqa, as a garb, served as a protection against harsh sand blasting desert conditions. The same applies to circumcision. However, these particular traditions have been hijacked by the religious zealots who proclaimed it as part of the demands made by their intolerant deity.

It should be clear by now that Islam represents a greater threat than any other ideology that promotes it's Fascist mores. That their social behaviour is intolerable, unacceptable and incompatible with Western standards is no different from the barbarism encountered with Hitler's Third Reich. The West has brought this problem into our camp by continuing to allow ourselves to be deceived by saying that Islam is a peaceful and righteous organisation that promotes harmony and obedience to a God image (Allah) who is actually a violent and suppressive icon that tolerates no dissent by its representative leaders. What has brought this situation to a head over the last half century is that the media, which is largely controlled by the Elite and who delve into the pockets of the oil gushers, have been at pains to face reality hoping that people can be duped into believing that Islam is not as aggressively Fascist as history has proven it to be on numerous occasions. What makes people think this ideology will have changed over time in a fanatic and largely static belief system?

History is not the public's strongest subject and is dependent on the slant in which it is presented to them by the media and their education which is controlled and censured by the very same criminals who foster political correctness. Propaganda, misinformation and indoctrination are the means by which any leadership controls the human herd who is too lazy and dumbed down to question and resist anomalies, so that their freedom and survival won't be usurped. In essence, it all comes down to greed at the highest level. We see it with the QE1 and QE2 etc..... that printing masses of useless money and withholding it from the public and hoarding the wealth that becomes inaccessible to those who desperately need it.

There has been a massive shift of wealth from the middle classes and from Nations. Fraudulent debt is crippling almost every country who bows to the dictates of the International Banksters who work through the UN and the Bank of International Settlements as a legitimate institution able to dupe the masses into believing that they are honest and transparent. It wasn't for nothing that gold as backing was withdrawn from its status and has been hoarded by those who know that real wealth lies not in the printed notes nor in electronic cyber entries. The public does not understand that the manipulation of monetary exchange is used by the Elite to not only control the masses but to enslave them. We live under a fiscal tyranny. Try and make this clear to the global suckers and you get a blank look as though one is smitten with a mental disorder for being out of line with commonly accepted notions that they have resigned themselves to.

Emanuel

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