Muslim Mob Shows who is boss in Germany

The interview:

"1:16 AM Received from Muqata Blog Reader in Germany, Sebastian M."

"Today, 10.000 people demonstrated against Israel here in my hometown Duisburg (Germany) and to express their solidarity with Hamas. So, my girlfriend and me put two Israel flags out of the windows of our flat in the 3rd floor. During the demonstration which went through our street the police broke into our flat and removed the flag of Israel. The statement of the police was to de-escalate the situation, because many youth demonstrators were on the brink of breaking into our apartment house. Before this they threw snowballs, knifes and stones against our windows and the complete building. We both were standing on the other side of the street and were shocked by seeing a police officer standing in our bedroom and opening the window to get the flag. The picture illustrate this situation. The police acquiesced in the demands of the mob."
Here is a link to a video from the actual scene:

German engineering still working!!!

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Comment by Jim Werbaneth on January 22, 2009 at 6:58pm
Not in my classes! In my history class, I teach that in Nazi Germany, killing Jews was job one.

Also, I avoid the fads and scams. I teach students to gather all the information they can on a subject, and not take any single person's word for anything. To that end, I use a really liberal, anti-Ronald Reagan text book on the Cold War, one that I inherited from my predecessors but elected to keep. Then I don't exactly hide it under the bushel basket that I'm a Reagan Republican and a conservative. What I say in class is much different than what's in the book, I admit that, and tell them to do their own reading and make up their own minds. Proselytizing is best left to the single-minded ideologues.

Also, lest I sound too rough on liberals, most of my colleagues are liberals, and they hired me, knowing my politics ahead of time. Give them credit for not hiring from the Register of Academic Orthodoxy.
Comment by Jim Werbaneth on January 22, 2009 at 12:39pm
At one of the institutions where I teach, Israeli military is normally, and with much vehemence, described as "genocide." I've never seen Israel do anything that approaches the G-word, even its greatest shame, the Saabra and Shatila massacres in 1982, which were really perpetrated by Arab Christians.

I usually go absent from the presentations on Middle Eastern conflicts, because I know that my views would not be welcome.
Comment by Jim Werbaneth on January 20, 2009 at 10:17pm
I see no reason why a thinking person with a grasp of history can excuse Hamas, stand by during its sympathizers' hateful rants, and then castigate Israel when it reacts to Hamas aggression. I've seen too many intellectuals get all bent out of shape about Israeli "genocide," but keep conspicuously silent when Hamas rockets kill Israeli children, to the cheers of those screaming for the destruction of Israel and death to the Jews.
Comment by Joseph on January 20, 2009 at 10:10pm
A court, on Jan 16, in Berlin, struck down an administrative ban on Hamas flags, clothing and banners, but left in place the ban on invoking Hamas foreign minister Mahmoud Zahar's call to murder Israeli children worldwide. This decision paved the way for supporters of Hamas to march in anti-Israeli rallies with pro-Hamas paraphernalia. Ehrhart Korting, the Social Democratic Party commissioner for security in Berlin, had upheld a ban on Hamas flags but was overruled by the German Peace Council and the Palestinian community in Berlin. Marches in favor of Israel are harassed , such as a recent rally in Kassel, where a mob attempted to tear down Israeli flags and banners to the cheers of the the crowd watching, with supposed non-interference by the police. This is in addition to the earlier incident in Duisburg. The provocation is not the Israeli supporters but the muslim supporters. They call for the destruction of Israel and the extermination of the Jews. The German government is now one step away from giving Hamas recognition and a de facto blessing on the muslim call for the genocide of Israel and the Jews.
Comment by Mike O'Brien on January 20, 2009 at 8:58pm
The difference is that in the United States we have a culture of inclusion and Europe, as well as most of the rest of the world including Asia and Africa, have cultures of exclusion. Take a look at the Chinese throughout Asia, blacks in Arab dominated countries such as Sudan or most of Europe including and especially France and Germany.

In the US we have the chance of an immigrant achieving success. In most other countries the idea of a child of an immigrant achieving the highest office in the land would be unthinkable.

While the "WASP" population of the US is not breeding, the other ethnicities of the US eventually do the same due to education and integration. I don't see the US as falling into the same trap as Europe.
Comment by David Allen on January 20, 2009 at 1:20pm
I think you are dead on, Jon, but I would exchange "California" for the "United States," assuming a slightly lengthened timetable.

There are at least two alternate outcomes. In one, the majority makes an attempt to reverse the tread by aggressive "politics by other means." That is basically what happened in Germany and Europe in the 1930's. That would be a very unfortunate and ugly result.

The other alternative is a return to a culture of inclusion and equality in which all people are treated equally and none are discriminated either in favor or against. Rather than fostering dependency on the government and forcing "equality" of results (wealth), we could return to a culture in which the brightest and most hardworking naturally succeed and are allowed to enjoy the fruits of their labors while those that choose not to participate can be allowed to sit on the sidelines.
Comment by Jon Compton on January 20, 2009 at 11:35am
The Europeans have a big problem, somewhat resembling our own here in California. The mob video is actually a good microcosm of their dilemma. I don't really have a problem with the police removing the flag since it is their duty to maintain order. I think that flag, while I may support the sentiment, is akin to yelling fire in a movie theater. The police are simply trying to prevent a mob from escalating into a riot. Fair enough. Once the mob dispersed, though, the police should then have gone and found each participant and deported them. Who knows if that happened or not.

Those people, however, are in Europe for a very simple reason: cheap labor. In what is called multiculturalism, but is in fact a form of cultural elitism, the Europeans do not assimilate these immigrants, but rather allow them cultural independence. And while native Europeans commit demographic suicide through low birthrates, the immigrant populations continue to increase. A certain perfect storm of European disintegration is sure to follow without some very rapid changes.

So how many people think you could exchange "Europe" for "California" in the above and have it be just as true? Mexico is self destructing before our eyes, human and drug trafficking are at all-time highs. The externalities and cascading effects of the war on drugs and our demand for cheap labor are creating our own perfect storm of disintegration.
Comment by David Allen on January 20, 2009 at 10:13am
I hope you are correct, Mike. Hopefully the pendulum will not swing back TOO far the other way, and lead to complete intolerance and totalitarianism. Sadly, that has happened in Europe before (the understatement of the day).
Comment by Mike O'Brien on January 20, 2009 at 9:53am
It seems that not all of Europe is going that way. Denmark is starting to realize that they can be an issue. Belgium has done some recent arrests that point to a new mindset. Even France is busting some of the radicalized types. Maybe there is hope for Europe yet? At least Eastern Europe gets it. But having to face Communist Terrorism means that they keep an eye out for all kinds of terrorism.
Comment by David Allen on January 20, 2009 at 9:00am
Europe is slowly committing suicide. Not the people, but their alleged leaders. Driven by fashionable self-loathing and fantasies of multiculturalism, European leaders have abdicated claims on their own national identities and sovereignties. The Muslims are more than happy to fill that void.

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