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Yesterday Algeria , today Europe

Reader comment on item: The Voice of America, Silenced on Radical Islam
in response to reader comment: To be free to call a spade a spade !

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Mar 10, 2009 at 18:33

Salut , Anne-Marie !

> By using philosophy of Multiculturalism and political correctness YOUR government is working to deceive the American public on the reality of islam. Non-Muslims are naive about islam.
To day in France - the new wave of Multiculturalism wants to make everyone equal regardless of culture.
But elevate Islam on a level with Christianity is...IMPOSSIBLE;<

Of course, it's impossible. But today's pseudo-democrats don't care about culture or what their people really feel. They are bent on constructing a Eurabian empire where they will be masters like their Moslem 'colleagues' , sheikhs and emirs whose hospitality and eulogies they enjoy so much.

This evil Eurabia project has been envisaged by de Gaulle , the criminal who sold les pieds noirs and let the harkis be tortured to death by the FLN gangsters. It's thanks to him that French Algeria -the great outpost of European culture in North Africa was lost for ever and its very memory defamed and cursed ! He started with sweet speeches and promises ( "Je vous ai compris" !) , self-determination. He ended by forbidding the French troops to intervene while the Moslems were massacring the infidels e.g. in Oran, and hunting and eliminating his opponents who wanted to save French Algeria.

> I expect to see "open and honest " debat on Islam in France or in Belgium. But it is ILLEGAL!<

Are you really surprised ? What de Gaulle did to Algeria, today's admirers and followers of him are doing to Europe on a larger scale. If this heinous betrayal of Europe that is taking place now under our eyes in the name of the leftist utopia were disclosed , all the implicated politicians should be all guillotined starting with omnipotent European Commission. They don't deserve any other punishment for depriving Europe's native populations of their freedom of choice, their identity, for Islamizing the coninent, for abolishing freedom of speech, for spreading and rewarding lies and criminalizing free speech .

> The abortary debate is not illegal but the objective debate about Islam is illegal.
DISGUSTING !<

Yes, it is disgusting. Charles Martel must be turning in his grave seeing the Moslem hordes subjugating the land he had once saved from this very plague! Still, there is something tragically paradoxical about the land that gave birth to Enlightenment becoming the heart of Islamo-leftist obscurantism and the avant-garde of the new spiritual middle ages.

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