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Where: Germany. Who: Alexander Gauland, deputy chairman of the Alternative for Germany party. Alexander Gauland is pictured during a news conference in Berlin, Germany, March 14, 2016. “Islam is not a religion like Catholic or Protestant Christianity, but a faith linked intellectually with a takeover of the state. Therefore, the Islamization of Germany is a danger.”
Where: The Netherlands. Who: Geert Wilders, founder and leader of the Party for Freedom.What he said: “Recently thousands of Arab men sexually attacked, humiliated and raped hundreds of women. All women are fair game. I call the perpetrators ‘testosterone bombs.’ We have seen what they are capable of. It’s sexual terrorism. A sexual jihad. And it is happening all over Europe.”
Yes, these people are "Far Right" politicians speaking up for their citizens, you cannot deny them this right. However right or wrong, they are on the playing field in Europe and are seeing the problems 1st hand.They have many people following their views, and unfortunately Europe's "collective brain's" acted in haste, without thinking through the possible backlash of allowing in to many migrants.[url=http://]https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2016/06/07/ten-things-outspoken-european-politicians-are-saying-about-isla[/ur l]
Where: Czech Republic. deputy leader of the populist Usvit Party. What he said: “We are threatened by the loss of our values and the introduction of the Koran. I don’t want to see the Prague Castle being blown up by some Muslims.” Where: Slovakia. Who: Prime Minister Robert Fico. What he said: “Islam has no place in Slovakia.” Where: Austria. Who: Former Freedom Party presidential candidate Norbert Hofer. What he said: “We must stop this invasion of Muslims.” Where: Austria. Who: Johann Gudenus, vice mayor of Vienna. What he said: “The new fascism in Europe is Islamism.” Where: France. Who: Marine Le Pen, head of the National Front party. What she said: “We have to oppose all demands that aim to shatter secularism — demands for different clothes, demands for special food, demands for prayer rooms. Demands that create special rules that would allow Muslims to behave differently.” Where: Hungary. Who: Prime Minister Viktor Orban. What he said: “Islam was never part of Europe. It’s the rule book of another world.” Where: Poland. Who: Former prime minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski. What he said: While talking about the mostly Muslim migrants arriving in Europe, he quipped, “There are already signs of the emergence of very dangerous diseases which haven’t been seen in Europe for a long time: cholera on Greek islands; dysentery in Vienna; various types of parasites, protozoans, which aren’t dangerous in the organisms of these people but which could be dangerous here.” Where: Italy. Who: Matteo Salvini, federal secretary of the Northern League party. What he said: When asked about the election of the first Muslim mayor of London, he replied, “For me it is a worrying sign. … I think of London itself, where there are already some abusive courts applying Islamic law.”
originally posted by: tommo39
Yes, these people are "Far Right" politicians speaking up for their citizens, you cannot deny them this right.
European leaders are doing their bidding for them. Look at Germany where they are downright happy to commit cultural suicide.
originally posted by: Painterz
That's a bit over dramatic.
How many extremist Islamists have been elected to public office in Europe?
This is hardly a 'takeover'.