Skip to comments.Anti-Kosovar ads ignite fiery debate
Posted on 09/01/2011 9:28:20 AM PDT by bayouranger
A Kosovar stabs a Swiss man. A Kosovar kills the head of social services. These are not newspaper headlines but instead the latest set of newspaper ads the Swiss Peoples Party is running ahead of the general elections in October. They feature recent crimes committed by Kosovars with an image of their ubiquitous campaign poster stop massive immigration showing people trampling the Swiss flag. It is causing an uproar in many quarters including the Swiss Conference of Bishops. Critics say the Swiss Peoples Party is trying to get votes by demonizing Kosovars. WRSs Dave Goodman talks to Ulrich Schlüer, a Swiss Peoples Party MP from the canton of Zurich, as well as Ylfete Fanaj, who was born in Kosovo. She is now a Social Democrat in the Lucerne cantonal Parliament. She is also the president of Secondos Plus, the association of second-generation Swiss who are running for political office:
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I don`t care what anybody says,
Bernie Kosar was a good quarterback .
How long before the Swiss Flag is considered “hurful” by the EU?
I think it’s hurful already.
I attempted to post them but they had to be translated 1st.
That kept me from posting them since I knew that most FReepers wouldn’t have taken the time to covert the URL’s.
The Kosovar who cut the Swedish MP’s throat (for simply asking a question about islam) did so without any regard for that Infidels life. His friend helped save his life as only a moment before they were enjoying a beer together.
People are afraid of this simple truth:
All moslems are in a constant state of jihad. They’re simply waiting for something to offend them before they begin the “koran sanctioned” attack against the Infidel(s).
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