Denmark: Muslim politician (Leftist) wants all Chinese to burn to death after watching Uighur beaten on YouTube

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“A small-town Danish politician has gained more prominence than perhaps he could have ever hoped for, as reports about him calling for the burning to death of all Chinese people have made their way to the country he wants to set on fire.“I hope that it will be 140 degrees and that all the Chinese will burn, so the world will be free of that Chinese filth,” Fuat Yalan wrote on his Facebook page two weeks ago, according to the Copenhagen Post. … “If there was a Chinese person in front of me right now I would shoot him,” he said. “I don’t care if I’m thrown out of the party, kicked out of Denmark or shot myself.” Yalan later said he was misunderstood and that his rage was directed at a group of Chinese in a video he saw on YouTube which shows them beating a young boy, presumably an ethnic Uygur.”

Source: Danish politician’s anti-China rant goes viral
P.S: More about Fuat Yalan’s Muslim background and Facebook like for The Grey Wolves, a nationalistic fascist Turkish movement: http://www.uriasposten.net/archives/50083

The Attack is attacked and banned in Arab World

figures!

 

 

The Attack, a film made by Lebanese-American director Ziad Doueiri and filmed partly in Israel, has reportedly been banned in 22 Arab countries and its maker sharply criticized by the Hezbollah government in Lebanon for setting foot in the “Zionist entity” and for being a traitor to the Islamist cause.

Doueiri, who previously had worked as a camera operator for American director Quentin Tarantino, wanted to tell the story of a Palestinian doctor in Tel Aviv investigating the death of his wife in a suicide bombing that leaves 19 dead; Israeli police tell him his wife was the perpetrator, but he is convinced of her innocence and enters the Palestinian territories in search of the truth.

The film was adapted from a bestselling novel by Yasmina Khadra and was an official selection at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. It has also won praise at several other festivals around the world.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Doueiri’s Egyptian backers criticized the film for depicting the suffering of the Jews and not the Palestinians; some of the film’s investors have released him from repaying their stakes in the film so as not to be connected with it. Doueiri’s wife, screenwriter Joelle Touma, had been planning an unofficial, non-commercial screening of the film in Lebanon until the government threatened to arrest her and anyone who might attend. The Attack has also been banned by the Cairo-based Arab League.

“The Syrian government is doing a lot more atrocities than Israel did in 50 years, and is anybody complaining or boycotting Syrian film?” Doueiri said to The Hollywood Reporter. “Of course not. Israel remains the big taboo, the big evil in the Middle East, which is ridiculous.”

The Attack opened last week in Toronto at the Cineplex Odeon Varsity and VIP Cinemas.

– See more at: http://www.cjnews.com/arts/attack-attacked-and-banned-arab-world#sthash.y08TJIsA.dpuf

Tariq Nasheed: Sundown Towns

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_hA1YChJDc

 

 

 

A sundown town was a town, city or neighborhood that was purposely all-white. The term came from signs that were allegedly posted stating that people of color had to leave the town by sundown. They are also sometimes known as “sunset towns” or “gray towns”.[

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sundown_town

 

 

 

 

Rep. Steve King Says Latino Immigrants Are From A ‘Violent Civilization,’ Will Bring ‘More Violence’ To America

 

During a sparsely attended, Tea Party-sponsored, “Stop Amnesty” rally against immigration reform on Monday, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) launched into a vicious tirade against individuals from Latin America, claiming that the population gets more violent as one moves further south in Latin America. He made the anti-immigration case that individuals from a “violent civilization” would create a more violent environment for individuals living in a “less-violent civilization.” His argument comes at a time when some House Republicans are softening their stance to providing a pathway to legal status for the millions of undocumented immigrants. About 73 percent of undocumented individuals in the United States are from Latin America.

At the rally, King said:

If you bring people from a violent civilization into a less-violent civilization, you’re going to have more violence right? It’s like pouring hot water into cold water, does it raise the temperature or not?

King’s characterization of undocumented immigrants as violent individuals is not only offensive, but geographically nonsensical. While some parts of Latin America like Ecuador and Honduras are seeing a rise in crime, King’s claim that individuals become more violent as one moves further south in Latin America is simply false. Chile, one of the largest southern countries in South America has a lower ratio of car theft, punitivity, homicide, and rape than the United States. And Costa Rica, which is further south of Honduras has a low homicide rate.

King’s reference to hot water diluting cold is the same kind of claim that white nativists have made in the past to “preserve” racial purity.

Recently, King has stood by other statements comparing immigrants to animals and even asked his constituents to make monetary contributions towards fending off attacks against people “who are trying to take away my voice.” King plans to join the Tea Party for other anti-immigrant rallies across the United States.

Before the August recess, the highest ranked House Republican John Boehner (R-OH) distanced himself from King saying, “There’s no place in this debate for hateful or ignorant comments from elected officials…[the comments are] deeply offensive and wrong. What he said does not represent the values of the American people or the Republican party… they make it harder to get anything done.” Other House Republicans followed suit by condemning King’s comments. But high-ranking House Republicans have remained silent during the August recess regarding King’s latest claims.

 

http://thinkprogress.org/immigration/2013/08/13/2457051/steve-king-immigrants-violent-further-south/

Mosques in Canada spew hateful messages

http://www.jewishtribune.ca/news/2013/08/13/mosques-in-canada-spew-hateful-messages-study-finds

 

TORONTO – Local mosque-goers frequently hear hateful messages against Jews and other non-Muslims and are warned against integrating into Canadian society, according to a new study into the causes of Islamic radicalization.

Volunteers with the Canadian Thinkers Forum (CTF), in collaboration with the Canadian Progressive Islamic Centre, sat in on sermons at most of the mosques and Islamic centres in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) over a three-year period, said CTF Director Tahir Gora. They visited each place between one to five times; they also relied on first-hand reports from mosque-going associates and did research using online sources.

Gora met with the Jewish Tribune recently to discuss the findings before the release of their official report. The following has been edited for length and clarity.

Jewish Tribune: You’ve pointed out that not all of the sermons you and your associates heard were cause for concern; some covered religious matters that wouldn’t raise any eyebrows. What did you hear that troubled you?

Tahir Gora: “Islamic religious leaders said very clearly that we are different and we are not supposed to be part of Western culture. We can and should enjoy Western civil liberties as long as our boundaries are not surpassed, but, other than that, they do not want Muslims to intermingle in a natural way in the larger society. They said women should segregate themselves from society, as well, [saying] it is good if women put veils on their faces but, if they can’t, at least they should put on the hijab.”

JT: Did the religious leaders draw a line between personal and political expressions of religion?

TG: “They don’t draw lines; that’s our biggest concern. They know that it’s a secular society but they urge their followers not to follow secular, democratic values.”

JT: What did they say about other Canadians?

TG: “[We heard imams] call every non-Muslim ‘infidel,’ which means they are subject to war. They didn’t use the word ‘war,’ but it is clearly meant that we have to wage war against infidels, if we can.”

JT: Do Islamic religious texts – the Qu’ran, Hadiths and Sura – dictate the treatment of infidels?

TG: “Yes, especially the Hadiths, [which] carry a more violent message. Apart from mentioning infidels, some of the mosques used words like ‘dirty.’”

JT: Najis? Ritually unclean?

TG: “Yes. Unclean people, unclean nations. We heard words like ‘filthy’ and ‘sinful.’ They used the word ‘Jews’ in a context of hatred. For instance, they would say, ‘Look, fellow Muslims, these Jews are destroying the world.’ It’s normal for them to say, ‘This is the Jews’ conspiracy.’”

JT: You said you didn’t hear anyone promote armed jihad.

TG: “As they did not denounce shari’a law, they [also] did not denounce armed jihad, [but] almost every mosque said that Islam and Muslims are under attack. If you ask any traditional Muslim, they will answer, ‘Yes, Islam and Muslims are under attack, not just by America and Israel, but by Western media, as well.’

“Whatever opposes a traditional Muslim mindset [causes them to] feel insecurity. That kind of victim mentality is another factor for Islamic radicalization, because some of them retaliate; it’s human psychology.”

JT: What’s the difference between what you heard in some GTHA mosques and what is being preached in Pakistan?

TG: “There’s no difference, unfortunately. There are roughly 800,000 Muslims in the GTHA. This kind of message [can result in] a resentment or retaliation against the whole society and there could be dozens or hundreds of radicalized youths.

“Keeping the situation in Europe in view, we do not want Canada to reach that point. We want Canada to act now on these issues.

“We feel that we left back home because of this bigotry and, if we face the same bigotry over here, then what’s the difference between living here and living in Afghanistan or Pakistan?”

Katy Perry’s new single is an unoriginal rip off!

 

 

http://www.theguardian.com/music/2013/aug/13/katy-perry-accused-plagiarism-roar

 

Katy Perry has been accused of plagiarising both the melody and the video for her new single, Roar. Pop fans have drawn similarities between Perry’s recent releases and works by Sara Bareilles and Dillon Francis.

 

Bright and propulsive, Roar was released yesterday – the lead single for Perry’s forthcoming album, Prism. But about four months ago, the American singer Sara Bareilles released her own bright and propulsive single, a track called Brave. That song, which reached No 61 in the US, has a lot in common with Roar: several enterprising listeners have mashed the songs together, highlighting the similarities. The matter is even more controversial because Perry herself tweeted about Brave, saying in May that she “hearts” Bareilles.

 

Meanwhile, as the Daily Swarm observed, moombahton DJ Dillon Francis has begun clamouring about the resemblance between Roar’s lyric video and his own clip for the track Messages. Released through Diplo’s Mad Decent label, Messages has a video built out of text bubbles, emoji and other trappings of modern instant messaging. The brand new video for Roar uses the same technique.

 

“@katyperry steals my ‘Messages’ music video idea … What the fuck?” Francis tweeted. “Legitimately this is so dope that @katyperry’s director thought my video was good enough to rip off … Even if you don’t like my music come to one of my shows and I bet you will be blown away by my fans and I.”

 

Perry has yet to respond to either claim.