Leaving Islam




Police Netherlands : Muslims Threaten Vocals

J. Grant Swank, Jr.


If you are a governmental leader, you have police protection. If you are an academician, you have police protection. If you are an artist, you have police protection. If you are a journalist, you have police protection. If you are a social activist, you have police protection.

All this is in freewheeling Netherlands where practically anything goes. However, if you speak out concerning the influx of Muslim murderers global, you may be shot, hung, stabbed or whatever is necessary to get you out of the way.

Ask those going to the politicians’ offices daily. Ask those working in the newspaper cubicles. Ask those writing scripts for social commentary films. Ask those artists who paint and draw and sketch. Ask those editorial writers who speak their minds regarding the Muslim threat to their country. They have police protection.

According to The Australian, Theo van Gogh was stuck through by a knife in his chest. Attached to the blade was a five-page note warning others to keep their mouths shut, their films unmade, and their thoughts to themselves when it came to exposing Islam as a killing cult.

Van Gogh had pinned to his skin a message saying that Netherlands’ Muslims were declaring "war" on the country — the entire nation — and "threatening death to other public figures deemed ‘enemies of Islam.’"

The filmmaker’s body was shot through several times. His head was almost severed from his neck. All this took place in the daytime on a busy boulevard. It was because he made a film exposing Muslim abuses against their females, sometimes killing them, torturing them, and calling it "honor killing."

With that murder, the whole society changed overnight. At one time only the royalty and Prime Minister had police protection. Now all public persons yearn for police protection. Many of them have it. They ride about in bombproof armored cars with armed guards watching over them.

"’In a democracy, strong opinion-leaders must be able to say what they want to say. Therefore, the Government will take the responsibility to protect them,’ a spokesman from the ministry said, refusing to divulge the number of people receiving protection.

"Across town, police are investigating the shot fired at the window of Rita Verdonk, the Immigration Minister, who has become a hate figure among Muslim communities for introducing some of the strictest immigration laws in Europe , and insisting that Muslims should integrate.

" Amsterdam councilor Ahmed Aboutaleb, a Dutch-Moroccan who has said that Moroccans who do not like The Netherlands should leave, is also under permanent protection. ‘He never gives interviews on that issue,’ a spokeswoman said.

"Amsterdam Mayor Job Cohen has tried to build bridges with the Muslim community but, as the country's highest-profile Jew, he also needs 24-hour protection.

"At Leiden University law school, professor Afshin Ellian, an Iranian refugee who has called for reform of Islam and even suggested that comedians should make jokes about it, is hustled through the electronically locked doors to his office by two bodyguards.

"’In The Netherlands, terrorists want to threaten not only the public ... they also want to kill public figures, such as artists, academics and politicians,’ he said. ‘It is not special in terms of Islam -- in Iran, it is normal to kill people who criticize Islam, as in Egypt and Iraq. It is legitimized by Islamic political theology, which says it is all right to kill someone if they are an enemy of Allah. But this is happening in Europe.’"

That is correct. Islam’s Koran is laden with killing passages from Allah. (See footnote.) If Muslims kill non-Muslims it is plus. If they kill cowardly Muslims, it is also a plus. If one takes his own life via suicide, that is an eternity cavorting with prostitutes in orgies aplenty. Islam then is not a religion among religions but one of the most demonic killing cults that has ever existed.

Yet in the recent HARVARD DIVINITY BULLETIN I received, there is a "moderate Muslim" writer who contends that Islam is peaceful for its founder advocated "tolerance." I could hardly believe that when reading it in HDS. Yet I should believe it for I was a student there and know how important it is to be politically correct rather than truthful and honest. Now HDS endorses the enemy. HDS publication sides with The Lie. All the peril of Harvard Divinity School’s existence when Islam become world rule.

Islam’s founder was a rapist, murderer, thief and liar. He threatened scores of human beings and did away with many of those under his scowl. From his devilish heart came the Koran, the so-called "holy book."

"The rise in the death threats started in 2002 when Pim Fortuyn, a flamboyant, gay, right-wing maverick, called for a halt to Islamic immigration. He complained that police did not take the death threats against him seriously. He was killed not by a Muslim, but by a left-wing activist who said he did it ‘for the Muslims.’

"It was the first political killing in The Netherlands for three centuries and was seen as a one-off. But the murder of van Gogh two years later convinced people that the threat of political killing had become permanent. A study by Frank Bovenkerk of the University of Utrecht confirmed the rise in death threats across the country, and their seriousness.

"’They are under real threat -- they would be killed without protection,’ he said. ‘We have a type of provocateur which is unprecedented in The Netherlands. They claim it is about freedom of speech, but it is about freedom of cursing.’

"Even if the would-be assassins are foiled by the intelligence services and the protection squads, the death threats are already having some success in silencing criticism. ‘People are very afraid of saying things now,’ Professor Ellian said. There is self-censorship.’"  







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