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Islamic Extremists moving across Europe – Turkey closes borders

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With apparently “solid intelligence” in hand Turkey has closed two of its border crossings from Syria. Lately Turkey and its borders has only been on the news because of the many Europeans leaving for Syria to fight for Islamic State. It seems to be an easy way to illegally travel to Syria (it should be legal really as I welcome anybody who is in Europe and supports Islamic Extremists to go away and die in Syria or Iraq or elsewhere). Whilst the traffic towards east is obviously very welcome to us, it isn’t in the opposite direction.

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With Turkey starting to close its borders I wonder how much longer it can take for Greece and especially Italy to follow suit? Having said this though, obviously no border will stop any Islamic Extremist from trying to conquer the whole world as this is what the Koran tells them to do. But by leaving the most vulnerable borders open Europe basically invites such people in. Still. And not just that – we still quite happily pay them benefits and support their extremism and terror with “multiculturalism” and “political correctness”.

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Europe will be political correct until it has gone down. It is an insane and self-destructive policy to keep the Islamic Extremists happy forbidding people to oppose them or challenge them because they might feel offended. Europe is on a suicide mission with its bribed politicians hungry for the Islamic money.

By Samantha Herron


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Theresa May UK politician opposes Islam Extremism – is it enough to stop the invasion?

When I saw the headlines about our conservative politician Theresa May speaking out against Islam Extremists in the UK I couldn’t help but feeling a bit critical. We are moving towards the general election and politicians tend to get a bit excited during this time, promising things which will never happen. We all know the story. BUT (yes there is a “but”) I was probably somewhat wrong. We don’t know if the Conservatives would actually act upon their promises and it’s not what I want to discuss. The “but” here is much more about the big set of balls this woman has got.

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It didn’t take the Islamic Extremists 24 hours to pose death threats upon her. Mind, she’s a major politician and making the following statements takes some courage: (source)

 

  • “banning orders” for groups which do not reach the current threshold to be outlawed under terrorism laws
  • a “positive campaign to promote British values” to the public
  • a review of supplementary schools, which are currently unregulated
  • HM Inspectorate of Constabulary reviewing how police forces have responded to “honour crimes”, female genital mutilation and forced marriage
  • new “extremism officer” roles in prisons to deal with extremist inmates and gangs
  • a “full review of citizenship law” to make sure successful applicants respect British values
  • a “sharp reduction” in funding for translation services and a “significant increase” in money for English language training

I know we all agree, it shouldn’t take courage to make these statements. It should be normal, it shouldn’t even be points that need action. But in the real world, the UK and especially England is highly Islamized and we are fighting a very real war. Seeing politicians taking some effort to crack down on Islamization is great.

Boris Johnson the Mayor of London. is another great figure who slowly but surely speaks out against Islam Extremism in the UK.

Is it enough? No. Clearly not. But we shouldn’t always moan and complain. Politics are highly complex and it takes a lot of tactics to bring in change if you are surrounded by enemies. Most countries in Europe are in the process of being islamized, are in the process of being invaded. Britain has been invaded and islamized a long time ago. We are working on breaking free from these chains. We should support every little step that leads in this right direction, even if it doesn’t seem enough at the moment. No matter what kind of group or politician as long as the goal is to stop Islam Extremism we are in the same boat.

By Samantha Herron

 

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Post-Islamization countries – Malaysia

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The best way of understanding what is going on in the presence is to look at the past. I find Malaysia one of the most interesting and the same time shocking examples for the Islamization of a country. Here is a few key points that play part in modern Malaysia:

– You must be Muslim to be a Malay

– You are not allowed to own a business unless you are a Malay (Muslim)

– Sharia Law is the valid law

– There is a national cultural policy for everybody saying Islam MUST be part of Malayan culture

– Positive discrimination gives Muslims advantages over education, benefits and business, leaving the aboriginal (Orang Asli) people of the country and other ethnic groups in a unfair and sometimes underdeveloped position.

Whilst there are still many other ethnic groups and religions present and legal in Malaysia, Islam is the State religion. Originally Malaysia was a Hindu and Buddhist country populated mainly by people from India. Only in medieval times Islam gained foothold by travelers and traders. Or as we call it nowadays: Immigration.

Aboriginal Orang Asli people of Malaysia: They are being pushed back and discriminated by the Islamic Government.

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History had the tendency to repeat itself and what happened back then in Malaysia is very much what’s happening to Europe at the moment. A mass movement of Muslims, into certain countries and them establishing a settlement. Once flourishing, the aboriginal people of Malaysia are now pushed back into small communities and discriminated by the State, an Islamic State. Within a short time Malaysia became what it is now. A fully Islamized country.

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BBC Documentary “A cook abroad, Malaysia”

 

The Malaysian constitution strictly defines what makes a “Malay”, considering Malays those who are Muslim, speak Malay regularly, practise Malay customs, and lived in or has ancestors from Brunei, Malaysia and Singapore.

Muslims are obliged to follow the decisions of Syariah courts in matters concerning their religion. The Islamic judges are expected to follow the Shafi’i legal school of Islam, which is the main madh’hab of Malaysia.[208] The jurisdiction of Syariah courts is limited to Muslims in matters such as marriage, inheritance, divorce, apostasy, religious conversion, and custody among others. No other criminal or civil offences are under the jurisdiction of the Shariah courts, which have a similar hierarchy to the Civil Courts. Despite being the supreme courts of the land, the Civil Courts do not hear matters related to Islamic practices.

In 1971, the government created a “National Cultural Policy”, defining Malaysian culture. It stated that Malaysian culture must be based on the culture of the indigenous peoples of Malaysia, that it may incorporate suitable elements from other cultures, and that Islam must play a part in it. (wikipedia.org)

 


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Terror Attack in Tunisia – The Arab Spring Backfires

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Most of you will have read and heard about the terrible terror attack in Tunisia today. Also, to most of our readers this won’t come as a great surprise at all. Unfortunately to many of us who have an understanding about the Arab world it was only a question of “when” that another attack in Tunisia would happen.

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Moving closer: Never forget how close to Italy Islamization has come

It seems either ironic or depressingly painful how the western world celebrated the Arab Spring in 2010/2011. I never quite know if people are ignorant or simply don’t know any better. If a dictatorship in the Middle East breaks down it is always followed up by a much more violent and cruel Islamic system. Neither is the right solution of course, dictatorship is the worst state to be in for a country. But Islam is nothing but dictatorship. So it is hard to understand why people celebrated the Arab Spring, going from a bad system to a much worse.  From dictatorship to extreme dictatorship. Most people didn’t understand this or didn’t want to.

It is now being speculated in Tunisia that the attacks may have been carried out in revenge for the killing of Ahmed al-Rouissi, a Tunisian leader of a new Islamic State cell set up in neighbouring Libya last year, reports Colin Freeman, Telegraph’s Chief Foreign Correspondent. (telegraph)

Nowadays Tunisia breeds most Jihadists leaving for Syria and Iraq than any other country. Sharing a border with Libya it is one of the countries giving best access to the ISIL controlled areas.

Tunisia is probably one of the best examples for a country in post-islamization. The rapid change which took place in 2011 has left the country islamized to the very extreme and is now one of the most dangerous places for any non-islam (or let’s call it FREE) person to travel to.

We should remind ourselves what Islamization can do. With the attacks in Tunisia we were shown once again today.

by Samantha Herron


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I’m so fed up with Jihadi John

Lets face it knowing the name of just another extremist muslim isn’t going to change anything. People just live to have a face and name they can point their finger at. It makes them feel better because once Jihadi John has been captured or killed most people will feel at peace  again. The bad guy has gone, the problem is solved.

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Here at SIOE we have ben fighting islamization for many years. We have seen so many names come and go. Luckily the islamic extremists have struggled  over the last years to stick to one leader. Maybe because their internal friction driven by greed and ego has led to too many fights, who knows.

Pointing our finger at Jihadi John and flooding the media with news about this one person won’t do any good. It just distracts us from the real danger. It’s the whole community, the islamization. Not just one of them, it’s all of them.

 

By Samantha Herron 


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Islamized Europe – is it ok to be against islamization?

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Is it okay to oppose islamization?

Okay, this one is for our new readers, for people out there who wonder what we are all about and wonder if they are allowed at all to oppose islamization and express their opinion. I can’t believe i am writing this actually. It should be everybody’s right to express their opinion. We have lost it.

 

Living in the UK i so very often hear that my opinion and workmis racist. People say: yeah but you can’t say that! The latest one I heard and really made me think: the police will knock on your door!

Ok people of Europe, let’s  stop right here! Of course it’s  ok to say what you like and what you don’t. And no, police won’t  knock on your door if you join an anti-islamization group on Facebook or read our blog. Let me tell you why i am anti-islamization  and why i fight for the protection of Europe:

 

– the Koran uses the word HATE more than the bible uses LOVE, however it doesn’tmention love once

– the Koran says marrying a 9 year young child girl is ok

– Jesus said: I die for you, Mohammed said: kill for me

– there is a crazy amount of Mosques and “Muslim community centres” built across Europe

– Terrorism nowadays is bread in muslim cultures

– each time a terror attack happens or a muslim goes to Syria to fight their neighbours say: I wound never have expected this (YES BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL UNPREDICTABLE and here to hate us)

– …..

Many people tell me they would lose their jobs if they would say any of the above in public. True, especially in the UK because we have been islamized to such a degree that the opposition has to hide. This is why we shout louder! The opposition always does.

 

If you are new to this and unsure, be certain that you are not allone. There is a huge community opposing islamization and we will not back down. We are growing, we will stand behind you and never bend or knees for Islam.