You know they eat pork and are going to hell!
Muslims don’t play well with others.
Some of us know this.
Others will soon learn.
And sooner or later, we’re all going to have to do something about it.
Looks like a man lurking under there.
Unless they are eliminated from positions of responsibility & authority and replaced with people who are actually sane.
The last paragraph says the following.
‘A few weeks back, the wave of rapes in Oslo inspired a torchlight rally and the formation of after-dark civilian patrols intended to make the streets safe for potential rape victims. But the rapes have continued. So have the robberies. Norwegians, like so many other Western Europeans, are up against a veritable army of culturally alien men living in their midst who have no scruples when it comes to raping native women or robbing native men. There is, after all, no crime no shame in attacking the infidel. The nature of the set of beliefs by means of which these perpetrators justify their violent offenses is perfectly clear. But the Norwegian response to these marauders is still, all too often, that of Michael Hartmann: We cant give up the diversity. Unfortunately for them, the diversity to which they are so devoted involves seeking a modus vivendi with a brutal, inflexible ideology that has marked their own society, culture, and moral code for annihilation.’
I think it is time for the Norwegians to give up their suicidal dreams of a “diversity” utopia and go back to their Viking roots and start a counter-jihad. Maybe they have been too indoctrinated with the 10 rules Jante Law.
The ten rules state:
1. Don’t think you’re anything special.
2. Don’t think you’re as good as us.
3. Don’t think you’re smarter than us.
4. Don’t convince yourself that you’re better than us.
5. Don’t think you know more than us.
6. Don’t think you are more important than us.
7. Don’t think you are good at anything.
8. Don’t laugh at us.
9. Don’t think anyone cares about you.
10. Don’t think you can teach us anything.
‘A religion of peace?’ . . . I have my doubts.