The planned construction of over 180 mosques in Germany is mobilizing right-wing xenophobes but also an increasing number of leftist critics. They fear the Muslim places of worship will facilitate the establishment of a completely parallel society.

The issue at hand wasn’t the construction of a missile base or a new nuclear power plant. Yet the media reported “turmoil” and an “enraged” audience in a school auditorium in Ehrenfeld, a district of the German city of Cologne. The mood was almost comparable to that of the protest gatherings once held against nuclear missiles or reactors.

Instead the outrage was directed at a huge mosque planned for the area. Still, the words used by the project’s opponents called to mind the protests of earlier times. “The minarets even look like missiles,” railed one woman. A man said the mosque’s dome reminded him “of a nuclear plant.”

Ill will over mosques like the one being built in Cologne is spreading rapidly throughout Germany, often to the surprise of local politicians. For a long time the establishment of Muslim prayer rooms provoked little protest, housed as they were mostly in residential buildings, shops and back courtyards. Recently, though, there has been an increasing number of acts of protest, some violent. Molotov cocktails were thrown through mosque windows in the Bavarian town of Lauingen; Christians set protest crosses inscribed with “Terra christiana est,” or this is Christian land, on the grounds of a mosque in Hanover; and construction trailers went up in flames in the Berlin district of Pankow.

The anti-Islam protest movement has also begun to spill over into city politics. In Cologne, for example, the extreme right anti-mosque initiative Pro Cologne captured five local government seats in recent elections. Now the group is aspiring to enter the national scene as Pro Germany, together with other like-minded organizations, some from the far-right fringe. Their approach follows the example of populist Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn, whose anti-immigration party garnered a surprising degree of support before he was murdered in 2002…(Source)

Duh, I wonder why this situation is happening?  Couldn’t have anything to do with having no children and relying on massive immigration, could it? Nah, couldn’t be that.  ‘Cause that would mean taking responsibility for one’s actions and in today’s Eurabia, that’s not gonna happen.

I guess sex wasn’t free, after all. Time to pay up.

2 Responses to “Sex Wasn’t Free After All”
  1. Isn’t the False Phophet (PBUH) supposed to give his power over to some sort of beast?

  2. Garry Sahl says:

    St.John says, What was from the beginning, what we have seen with our own eyes, observed, touched with our hands, we testify, declare, the eternal life that is in the Father He revealed to us, so that you may have fellowship along with us. God’s word remains in you, and you now have victory over the evil one. Look how great a love the Father has given us, that we should be called God’s children. Dear friends do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to determine if they are from God, because many false prophets are in the world. God’s love is revealed among us in Jesus so we might live through him. We love because He first loved us.

    The three beasts have been among us for quite some time, Satan, the world political leader and the humanist religious leader. The HRC’s and living tree, evolving society interpretation of Canadian Law is proof of this. It is good to know and study the Bible and correlate it with the history of World kingdoms and science. Keep in mind that there are always two definitions of science at work: Science as a methodology, observation, experimentation, testing, and Darwinian humanist science as a Philosophy and Religeous Creation Story that always trumps the facts. Canada and the West have based their civilization on Darwin’s theory and the consequences of this are everywhere. Greed , meaninglessness and materialism chokes our land, and we have allowed atheism to be institutionalized through our education establishments to future generations.

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