Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Special On Danish Cartoons

The Final Conflict ezine broadcast a "special" on the Danish cartoons, re-published below. Of special interest is the plan by an Iranian newspaper to run a contest of cartoons on "the Holocaust"...things are getting interesting...



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7th February 2006
Issue 2720

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# GENERAL: LOOK BEYOND THE DAILY MAIL EDITORIALS!
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# DENMARK: THOSE CARTOONS AND THE JEWISH EDITOR
# DENMARK: NEWSPAPER REFUSED CHRIST CARTOONS
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# IRAN: NEWSPAPER TO RUN HOLOHOAX CARTOONS
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# FEATURE: AMERICANS CAN'T COMPREHEND DEFENCE OF FAITH
# FEEDBACK: WHO WAS BEHIND THE DANISH CARTOONS?
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GENERAL: LOOK BEYOND THE DAILY MAIL EDITORIALS!

We said it in the editorial of FC magazine #36, just published.

Nationalists must look beyond the headlines. Always ask - WHO BENEFITS.

We thought something was rotten when this story broke.

Who are the prime beneficiary of rioting Muslims?

Who loves the sight of Arabs attacking EU and European nations' buildings, bases and embassies?

Now the man behind the publishing of the cartoons has been named... and what a surprise! ...NOT!

The rioting Muslims are playing into the hands of the Israeli lobby, the Neo-Cons, the Zionists... however you want to label them.

The problem is that some 'patriots', by their response, may do the same.

If Islam is a 'wicked' Faith with its Koran, then can we not say the same of Judaism with is Talmud?

That's not illegal folks... it's a question meant to engender debate amongst European Christians.

And if we jump on this bandwagon for short-term gain whilst taking our eyes of the Neo-Con/Israeli ball, might not we, like the rioting Muslims, also be being used... by an equally dangerous enemy of our civilisations, traditions and freedoms?

Think about it nationalist!

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DENMARK: THOSE CARTOONS AND THE JEWISH EDITOR

How "Jewish" Zionists Fuel Hostility to Muslims *PIC*

Date: Monday, 2 January 2006, 10:34 a.m.

Flemming Rose, the "cultural editor" of the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten decided to publish 12 provocative and inflammatory cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad - including one in which the Prophet is shown wearing a turban shaped as a bomb with a burning fuse, the International Herald Tribune reported on December 31, 2005.

The Danish newspaper was unprepared for the global furor which was provoked by the cartoons. The offensive cartoons resulted in demonstrations in Kashmir, death threats against the artists, condemnation and rebukes from 11 Muslim countries and the United Nations.

"The cartoons did nothing that transcends the cultural norms of secular Denmark, and this was not a provocation to insult Muslims," Flemming Rose, cultural editor of Jyllands-Posten, Denmark's largest newspaper, said, rather disingenuously.

Rose and the paper have refused to apologize for publishing the drawings.

"But if we talk of freedom of speech, even if it was a provocation, that does not make our right to do it any less legitimate before the law," Rose said in an interview from Miami, where he has fled to escape the publicity after living under police protection in Denmark.

But Rose acknowledges that even his liberalism has its limits. He said he would not publish a cartoon of Israel's Ariel Sharon strangling a Palestinian baby, since that could be construed as "racist." He would, however, publish a cartoon poking fun at Moses or one of Jesus drinking a pint of beer.

Now why would Rose refuse to publish a cartoon depicting Ariel Sharon, a known war-criminal and genocidaire, strangling a Palestinian baby?

Why would such a cartoon, correct and accurate in its depiction, be considered "racist" by Flemming Rose? Sharon has certainly been responsible for the murder of thousands of Palestinians during his time on this planet. He is a well-known war criminal. So, why would an Israeli war criminal be protected by Mr. Rose?

Are we likely to see cartoons in Jyllands-Posten calling into question the force-fed Zionist myth of the Holocaust, which has become the new "Holy Cause" of Europe?

Why should the criminal history of a Zionist leader or outstanding questions about the the Second World War be more protected than the worshipped prophet of one of the world's major religions?

Take a good look at the non-Danish "cultural" czar of Jyllands-Posten and ask yourself.

Photo: Flemming Rose, the Zionist gatekeeper and cultural czar of Jyllands-Posten, sitting in the "chairman's" seat during a trip to Estonia. Photo by Lone Jurgensen of Jyllands-Posten.

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DENMARK: NEWSPAPER REFUSED CHRIST CARTOONS

http://www.guardian.co.uk/cartoonprotests/story/0,,1703552,00.html

Danish paper rejected Jesus cartoons
Gwladys Fouchι and agencies
Monday February 6, 2006

Jyllands-Posten, the Danish newspaper that first published the cartoons of the prophet Muhammad that have caused a storm of protest throughout the Islamic world, refused to run drawings lampooning Jesus Christ, it has emerged today.
The Danish daily turned down the cartoons of Christ three years ago, on the grounds that they could be offensive to readers and were not funny.
In April 2003, Danish illustrator Christoffer Zieler submitted a series of unsolicited cartoons dealing with the resurrection of Christ to Jyllands-Posten.

Zieler received an email back from the paper's Sunday editor, Jens Kaiser, which said: "I don't think Jyllands-Posten's readers will enjoy the drawings. As a matter of fact, I think that they will provoke an outcry. Therefore, I will not use them."
The illustrator told the Norwegian daily Dagbladet, which saw the email: "I see the cartoons as an innocent joke, of the type that my Christian grandfather would enjoy."
"I showed them to a few pastors and they thought they were funny."
He said that he felt Jyllands-Posten rated the feelings of its Christian readers higher than that of its Muslim readers.

But the Jyllands-Posten editor in question, Mr Kaiser, told MediaGuardian.co.uk that the case was "ridiculous to bring forward now. It has nothing to do with the Muhammad cartoons.
"In the Muhammad drawings case, we asked the illustrators to do it. I did not ask for these cartoons. That's the difference," he said.

"The illustrator thought his cartoons were funny. I did not think so. It would offend some readers, not much but some."

The decision smacks of "double-standards", said Ahmed Akkari, spokesman for the Danish-based European Committee for Prophet Honouring, the umbrella group that represents 27 Muslim organisations that are campaigning for a full apology from Jyllands-Posten.

"How can Jyllands-Posten distinguish the two cases? Surely they must understand," Mr Akkari added.
Meanwhile, the editor of a Malaysian newspaper resigned over the weekend after printing one of the Muhammad cartoons that have unleashed a storm of protest across the Islamic world.
Malaysia's Sunday Tribune, based in the remote state of Sarawak, on Borneo island, ran one of the Danish cartoons on Saturday. It is unclear which one of the 12 drawings was reprinted.
Printed on page 12 of the paper, the cartoon illustrated an article about the lack of impact of the controversy in Malaysia, a country with a majority Muslim population.
The newspaper apologised and expressed "profound regret over the unauthorised publication", in a front page statement on Sunday.

"Our internal inquiry revealed that the editor on duty, who was responsible for the same publication, had done it all alone by himself without authority in compliance with the prescribed procedures as required for such news," the statement said.
The editor, who has not been named, regretted his mistake, apologised and tendered his resignation, according to the statement.


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IRAN: NEWSPAPER TO RUN HOLOHOAX CARTOONS

Iranian paper to run Holocaust cartoons
Robert Tait in Tehran, Declan Walsh in Islamabad and Owen Bowcott
Tuesday February 7, 2006
The Guardian

Muslim protesters infuriated by cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad raised the diplomatic stakes last night as Iran's best-selling newspaper announced it would retaliate by running images satirising the Holocaust.
The decision by the rightwing Hamshari daily to launch an international competition to find the most suitable caricatures came as demonstrators hurled firebombs and stones at the Danish embassy in Tehran and the Iranian government imposed a formal trade ban on Danish imports. Last night mobs were attempting to storm the Danish compound.
In London, the home secretary, Charles Clarke, branded the activities of Islamist protesters outside the Danish embassy last week as "unacceptable". He told MPs he was pleased the response to the publication of the Danish cartoons had "in general been respectful and restrained in the best traditions of British tolerance". But he added: "If the police conclude there have been breaches of the law and decide to take any action, we would, of course, support them."
Scotland Yard has set up a special squad to investigate the demonstrations and the placards on display which called for the death of those who "insult Islam". The inquiry will examine everything from video recordings made by officers to photographs published in newspapers.
One protester, who was photographed apparently dressed like a suicide bomber, apologised "wholeheartedly" yesterday. Omar Khayam, 22, appeared outside his house in Bedford accompanied by the chairman of his local mosque and his local MP. He said he had not intended to cause offence to the victims of the July 7 London bombings or their relatives but added that his protest remained valid because of the hurt caused to Muslims by the publication of the Danish cartoons.
"I felt the Danish newspaper had been provocative and controversial, deeply offensive and insensitive. But by me dressing the way I did, I did just that, exactly the same as the Danish newspaper, if not worse. My method of protest has offended many people, especially the families of the victims of the July bombings. This was not my intention."
Fresh protests raged across the Muslim world throughout the day, claiming four lives in Afghanistan and one in Somalia, but the involvement of the Iranian authorities added a further twist to the diplomatic tensions between western governments and Tehran.
Hamshari is owned by Tehran city council and its plan follows a string of anti-Zionist statements by Iran's hardline president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who has dismissed the killing of 6 million Jews by the Nazis in the second world war as a "myth" and called for Israel to be "wiped off the map".
Farid Mortazavi, the paper's graphics editor, said the cartoons would be published to test the argument of western newspapers which have cited freedom of expression in printing the prophet Muhammad images.
"The western papers printed these sacrilegious cartoons on the pretext of freedom of expression, so let's see if they mean what they say and also print these Holocaust cartoons," Mr Mortazavi said.
There were attacks earlier in the day on the Austrian embassy in Tehran. Iran's trade with Denmark is worth around £160m a year.
In Afghanistan, police opened fire on 2,000 protesters as they tried to break into the main US base in Bagram, north of Kabul, killing two and wounding five, said local chief Kabir Ahmed. No US soldiers were involved. Another two demonstrators died in the central town of Mehtarlam, after police fired live rounds into a crowd of demonstrators burning tyres and hurling rocks. A shot from within the crowd provoked the police into shooting, officials said.
An Austrian newspaper, Kleine Zeitung, became the latest European publication to print the controversial cartoons. The paper admitted several of its Muslim distributors had refused to sell the day's issue and said some had torn the offending caricatures out.
Several European countries, including Austria, have now warned citizens not to travel to the Middle East. The cartoons have been published in virtually every major country across Europe - except Britain. Ukrainian papers published the cartoons yesterday, joining Denmark, Norway, France, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Hungary, and Poland.
Speaking from Beirut, Omar Bakri Mohammad, the leader of the Islamist group al-Muhajiroun which is banned in Britain, called for those who "blasphemed" against the prophet to be executed.
"In Islam, God said, and the messenger Muhammad said, whoever insults a prophet, he must be punished and executed," he told BBC radio.
Political and religious leaders in Lebanon attempted to calm sectarian tensions a day after Islamic extremists torched the building housing the Danish embassy and rampaged through a Christian quarter of Beirut. Lebanon's interior minister, Hassan Sabei, who resigned on Sunday, blamed a hardcore of infiltrators.
The protests spread even further across the Muslim world. There were fresh disturbances in India, Indonesia, Palestine and Thailand. In Somalia, a 14-year-old boy died during clashes with police in the port city of Bosasso after protesters hurled stones at offices used by international aid agencies.

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FEATURE: AMERICANS CAN'T COMPREHEND DEFENCE OF FAITH

THE HOFFMAN WIRE
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Michael A. Hoffman II, Editor
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In America corruption is just part of the game
by Michael A. Hoffman II
February 6, 2006 www.RevisionistHistory.org
This column is online at:
http://revisionistreview.blogspot.com/2006/02/in-america-corruption-is-just-part-of.html

Theodore Parker, one of the exponents of 19th century Unitarianism, was
raised by relatives who no longer attended church but had grown up in
Puritan Congregationalism. Parker, a liberal, had no use for the
Congregationalist Church or the Puritans, but remarked in awe that the
couple who had raised him would not have stolen so much as a single
penny, even if they had been starving, so rigid and sterling was their
personal honesty.
When I read the biography of Samuel F.B. Morse, the inventor of the
telegraph, I learned the same about his father, Jedediah, America's
first geographer of distinction and an anti-Masonic New England parson,
with the same sort of religious background as Parker's relations. These
folks did not shrug off corruption. They hated it and fought it.
Yesterday, the Super Bowl was held, our version of ancient Rome's
circus. The Steelers won the championship because, for no apparent
reason, officials ruled a Seahawks' touchdown void and a subsequent
Steelers' non-touchdown valid. It was a flagrant case of crooked or at
the very least criminally incompetent officiating, but the reaction from
sports fans has been largely muted, amounting to statements about such
dishonesty being "part of the game."
The aging Rolling Stones performed the half-time show at the Superbowl
and were placed on a five-second delay by the ABC television network,
which, as a result, managed to catch two swear words and excise them.
Meanwhile, ABC ran a host of sleazy jiggle ads for their TV shows which
were far more titillating visually than anything senior citizen Jagger
slurred verbally. But such moral hypocrisy is also "part of the game."
In similar fashion, Christians of all denominations and hues of the
Right/Left spectrum have accommodated themselves to the institutional
denigration of Jesus Christ. Go to your local multiplex movie theater
and watch almost any action adventure drama and count the number of
times the name of Jesus Christ will be taken in vain and used in the
most sordid circumstances. Catholics have something called the "Holy
Name Society" specifically dedicated to defending the name of Jesus, but
they sit in their movie seats just as passively as anyone else when it
comes to tolerating this ritual denigration of their savior.
The editorial page of the Feb. 4 edition of the Wall Street Journal made
reference to this denigration of Jesus and stated, "that's what letters
to the editor are for." Wow, I'll bet Hollywood moguls are shaking in
their boots at the thought of a letter to the editor about their heinous
practice of casting the name of Jesus into the mud at every cinematic
opportunity.
Spontaneous American populist outrage at corruption, hypocrisy and
blasphemy are dissolving in a Videodrome haze. Evil consists in whatever
interferes with consumption of the goods and services offered by the
corporations and Hollywood. Oh, yes, Americans will indeed rally and
protest, but on cue, orchestrated by the Establishment -- against the
"radical Muslims" or on behalf of "our president," George W. Bush.
The hypocrites are having a field day raking the Muslims over the coals
for selective indignation in attacking Danish and other European symbols
possessed of the license to depict Muhammad as a wicked man or a
buffoon. The System fears people who will defend their religious figures
so passionately, without concern for business interests or how it
effects their money; a truly terrifying prospect of authentic devotion
to something higher than consumption.
In most of Europe the religion of Judaism is heavily protected by law
from sustained criticism. In the US the protection for Judaism is
afforded covertly, through economic skullduggery, as for example the
Barnes and Noble (B&N) bookstore chain which refuses to stock or sell
this writer's books, including "Judaism's Strange Gods." B&N operates a
banned books display in its stores every September. Needless to say my
books, banned by B&N itself, are not featured. They are banned even from
the banned books table.
Erstwhile U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft is on record as saying
that criticism of "Jews" is a precursor of another 'Holocaust." Last
week Abe Foxman of the ADL compared insults to Muhammad in Denmark, with
insults to individual Judaics in the Arab media, thus raising the
average Judaic to the status of a holy prophet; millions of holy
prophets alive today, Abe? The New York Times seconded Foxman's
megalomaniacal drivel by publishing it on its editorial page.
Unfortunately, the clout of WWII revisionists is so weak that our cry
that Europe certainly does not allow freedom of speech and is not
possessed of any vaunted "pluralism" when it comes to revising the
history of Auschwitz ("Holocaust' denial"), has not had any discernible
impact on the current controversy.
The names of revisionists imprisoned in Europe for writing skeptical
studies of the alleged homicidal Nazi gas chambers, Germar Rudolf, David
Irving and Ernst Zόndel, have not penetrated into the consciousness of
the masses or even of the salons. The western media and the Zionists
pretend that these imprisoned revisionist writers don't exist. David
Irving was in the news in January but down the memory hole in February.
How convenient for the stereotype that Muslim religious fanatics alone
are the main threat to Europe's supposed freedom of speech and press.
Zionist mobs don't need to torch embassies. Their leaders enforce
censorship by working through the judiciary and the legislature to
criminalize the writing and speech of revisionists in Europe, and then
to ensure that the European media will not report this fact in the
context of Muslim censorship.
But in America, who cares? Where even the state religion -- football
--has its sacred liturgy --the Superbowl- -rigged and corrupted, and few
take the dishonesty seriously enough to protest it in any meaningful
way, how can issues about the honor of Jesus Christ ever rouse the ire
of these consumers?
Muslims defending the memory of Muhammad must seem like men from Mars to
Americans. Why can't those pesky Muslims understand that corruption,
hypocrisy and the denigration of the sacred are just "part of the game"?
For further research:

"Auschwitz is sacred, but not Muhammad"
http://revisionistreview.blogspot.com/2006/01/auschwitz-is-sacred-but-not-muhammad.html



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FEEDBACK: WHO WAS BEHIND THE DANISH CARTOONS?

Friends,

Last week you made the suggestion that the Danish anti-Islamic cartoons were a put up job, and you suggested that they were the work of the Mossad. You almost hit the nail on the head. It now transpires that the cartoons were commissioned by a Jew, Flemming Rose, a protegι of the arrogant Zionist, Daniel Pipes, who is, like most of the neocons, as close to certifiably insane as you can get without having received the certificate!

It is imperative that all those who oppose the American Empire, Israel, Capitalism and War for War's Sake, make this information well known, and that the peoples of Europe and the Arab Homeland are not put at each other's throats in the interests of the Red Sea Pedestrians.

The Truth will set us free!

Marty

[politicalsoldier.net says: If Rose is a Katsa, a Mossad 'helper', then we will have been proved 100 percent right!
Mmmmmmmmmm. That's the sound of smugness! Mmmmmmmmmmm]

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4 Comments:

Blogger EOKA ASSASSIN said...

that's a good fucking read...
more ppl should read stuff lyk this and educate themselves, instead of falling for wat the pro-Western/Jewish bullshit media says.

4:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ώπα! Έξαιρετικά ενδιαφέρουσες πληροφορίες και σ' ευχαριστούμε που τις μετέδωσες.

Θα αναδημοσιεύσω το post σου αυτό στην www.N-A.gr

Αν θες, δες και αυτό σχετικά με τα σκίτσα:

http://www.noitikiantistasis.com/wordpress/?p=81

...!

1:45 PM  
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