Friday, December 16, 2011

The Sound of Silence

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Nordine Amrani

Our Dutch correspondent H. Numan has some thoughts on this week’s massacre in Liège, and its aftermath.


The Sound of Silence
by H. Numan

A few days ago Nordine Amrani decided he wanted to have an eternal sex party with 72 virgins (or a virgin of 72, remember the Muslims read from right to left). So he bombed and shot himself into paradise, taking as many infidels with him as possible. According to the ‘religion of peace’, all infidels killed during a jihad are forever the slaves of their killer in paradise. Just don’t say it out loud, that is not politically correct.

Have you ever heard of a Christian, Shintoist or Buddhist going on a killing spree to earn himself a place in paradise? I haven’t. Mohammedans are always very keen to point out extremist Christians attacking an abortion clinic. It shows Christianity has blood on its hands. True enough, this happens. Fortunately, rarely. For each Christian attack there are at least a couple of hundred Mohammedan attacks. Two wrongs doesn’t make something right, however it seems that having a tiny drop of blood on your finger is far worse than having blood dripping of your entire body. Or so Mohammedans seem to believe.

We are all very much aware of the many attacks by politically correct people. So many that newspapers all over the Western world stop describing who actually committed a serious crime. They normally leave out any detail giving you a clue to the ethnicity or the religion. A “citizen of Liège” or a “Belgian national” would normally suffice. People might get the wrong idea, otherwise.

Suppose all you read in the newspapers was: ‘Muslim assaulted Belgian’; ‘Muslim rapist’; ‘Muslims gang-bangers’; ‘Muslims offended’. People would likely, and rightly, vote for parties who would do something about that. Such as the PVV in The Netherlands or N-VA or Vlaams Belang in Belgium.

By not referring to the ethnicity or religion you can only guess. Something you’d rather not, due to lack of evidence. Of course you know for 99.9% certain the article is talking about Mohammedans. If only because the newspapers do occasionally slip up: if a non-politically correct person commits a crime, all details are given. As if the newspapers are proud to say: See? Not all rapes, assaults, muggings, killings or other crimes are committed by Muslims only!

I’m not writing anything new here; this has been going on for years already. But there is something new in this case. Mr. Nordine Amrani wasn’t Mr. Nice Guy. He had a criminal record thicker than a Koran. There are already three hyenas’ lairs lawyers at work to tell you this scumbag was in real life a pillar of society or someone with a disturbed childhood. There must be a lot of money to be made here, or so it seems. Mr. Nordine lived his life on the dole but could afford to have no less than three lawyers working for him after his death. How could he afford them? Perhaps something worthy of a thorough investigation?

No, that is not new either. This is: the sound of silence. Less than a week ago this massacre happened. Today just about nothing in the news. The only part of the massacre you hear about are the parents of the toddler who was killed. They can’t afford a funeral. That is the big news of the day. Not the massacre. And no, this has nothing to do with his religion. The fact that he shouted Allahu Akhbar is purely coincidental.

I really wonder what the mainstream media are going to do when the proverbial dung really hits the ventilator. Oh, we may find out soon enough: according to some sources the Al Quackies are planning not a white but a Koran-green Christmas in Amsterdam this year…

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