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Denmark On Muhammeds Naughty List

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posted on Feb, 11 2006 @ 02:14 PM
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Originally posted by Odium
Has anyone ever thought, that maybe their goods do not sell that well in the first place?

The only things I can think of, that Denmark export are Pork[Bacon], Alcohol and pornography. They don't go down that well in the Middle East last I checked...


Arla foods does almost 500 million per year in trade with the middle east and they have 1,000 employees over there.

Arla Foods




posted on Feb, 11 2006 @ 04:12 PM
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Just remember this about these protestors, they were the ones dancing on the streets on CNN when 9-11 happened.

As far as I'm concearned, it's freedom of speech. They wouldn't be bothered by it if it was about someone elses religion, why should we care and give into their useless rants. They want things their way only...tough, suck it up and quit whining.

[edit on 11-2-2006 by simtek 22]



posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 11:56 AM
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Originally posted by Odium

The only things I can think of, that Denmark export are Pork[Bacon], Alcohol and pornography.

You are kidding, right?


There are muslims (like Naser Khader) who have no problem integrating into the Danish society. They learned the language and have no problem living side by side with the Danes. And then there is Abu Laban and those who hate Denmark. I think he should have been arrested, but strangely enough he is still a free man! However, he is free to leave Denmark if he wants to. I would feel much better if he did leave Denmark. And it´s not a rascist thing or muslim thing. It´s just logic and common sense. Communication is a two-way thing. He doesn´t want to communicate, he is just making alot of wild claims and demands. He want to change Danish laws! What is he doing in Denmark anyway? He doesn´t like Denmark (obviously). They should put him on a oneway flight somewhere out and away from Denmark. Abu Laban, you are doing nothing but smashing up the house you live in. You bite the hand that feeds you and you are making a mess. Why are you still in Denmark? If I try to pull off a similar stunt as you did in a muslim country, they will behead me.



posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 12:45 PM
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Originally posted by Odium
Has anyone ever thought, that maybe their goods do not sell that well in the first place?

The only things I can think of, that Denmark export are Pork[Bacon], Alcohol and pornography. They don't go down that well in the Middle East last I checked...


....I think you did not check...



Food:
Arla milk, cheese etc.
Danish crown (meat)
Lurmaerket Butter
Thor Fish
Danisco Food

Candy:
Toms (chocolate)
LAgermann
Galle & Jessen

Beverages:
Tuborg Beer
Carlsberg Beer
Aalborg Aquavit (snaps)

Medicine:
Novo

Cigarettes:
Prince

Clothings:
H2O
Hummel
Per Reumert

Shoes:
Ecco
Jaco

Danish Design:
Royal Copenhagen
Georg Jensen
Stelton
PH-lamps
Lego (toys)
Brio (toys)
Raadvad (knives etc.)
Trip Trap
HTH- kitchen
Morsoe (Fireplaces)
Royal Danish Porcelain
B & G Porcelain
Vesta (Windmills)
Bang & Olufson radioes/televisions etc.

Other:
Watco Danish Furniture Oil
Other:
Danish Yarn
Nexo Fireplaces
Nilfisk Vacuum Cleaners
Watco Danish Furniture Oil
Leitech
Grund Foss ( Pump solution maker)
Dan Foss ( Valve manufacture )
GN ( Hearing aid, headsets and mobil headsets )
X-Yachts


....And Who Could Forget:
www.VisitDenmark.com


Question of the week - Why is Egypt not being boycotted. Or the editor of the Al Fagr newspaper not sacked? Apparently Al Fagr re-printed the Danish cartoons on October 17th.



posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 09:02 PM
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A sleazy ad hominem attack on the Danes character has just been shot down. What does Saudi Arabia export of significance (other than oil)- homo wahhabi Imams, terrorists, and bomb manuals?



posted on Feb, 13 2006 @ 01:01 AM
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Slowly, but at long last, the media is transporting that something here has been well orchestered:




Houston Chronicle

Several of these riots seem to have been the work of provocateurs. Witnesses said the Damascus mob was directed by men holding handheld radios.

In Beirut, many of the arrested attackers turned out to be Syrian




posted on Feb, 13 2006 @ 01:16 AM
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Do you think the media will cover up anything or reveal all the facts? I mean, lets say the agent provocateurs were comprised of a group of people who are muslims and non-muslims, do you think they will reveal that, or do you think one group is gonna be left out?

Just wondering what you think.



posted on Feb, 13 2006 @ 01:57 AM
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As long as there are violent rages, of course media will report everywhere.
It brings them profit; people are always interested in such stories

State (and of course special intersted groups) owned media will follow an own agenda, as well as other media probably. Everybody knows, media is a big power.

I am sure some media will also report on a 'conspiracy' behind this, they will not stop asking questions.

That is why freedom of press is so important

But also, we can see where media is slow here. In this special "cartoon conspiracy".

ATS has been much(!) faster than media external image

  • ATS has been first in reporting the big pig snout swindle - the twelve drawings in Jyllands-Posten do not show Muhammed with a pig's snout
  • we also had a scan of those cartoons printed in the Egyptian Newspaper Al Fagr on October 17, 2005 without any reaction in Egypt 2 days before the media became aware and reported these things

    And if one follows this thread, he will find a good timeframe of what happened when, provided by Hellmutt.


    [edit on 13-2-2006 by Riwka]



  • posted on Feb, 13 2006 @ 07:30 PM
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    Thanks Riwka,

    Those who have not yet seen this video should take a look. Riwka provided a link to an interesting video of an Imam showing the fabricated pig snout picture. That picture was as we know never published by any newspapers in Denmark. The imams still says today that it was ok for them to tour the middle east with these fabricated pictures. They called it (in danish) "Sandheden plus moms" which translates to "Truth plus VAT". Yes, it sounds funny doesn´t it. Truth plus some extra taxes put on top of the truth - Truth is apparently not so important for them. Actually they say that "if anyone has any problems with the fact that we were using that picture on our middle east tour, they should take it to court" - NOW they are suddenly talking about "taking things to court", which is what THEY should have done from the start anyway. :shk:


    Originally posted by Riwka in this post


    There was a heated exchange after the anchor showed video of one of Akkari's fellow imams displaying that pig snout photo during a trip to Cairo and describing it, in English, as "one of the worst pictures ever" supposedly disseminated by Danish anti-Muslim bigots. video (Windows Media .wmv file)

    If the link to the video doesn´t work, try this one

    ***

    A newspaper in Seattle printed the cartoons. Way to go, Seattle


    Seattle weekly paper publishes controversial cartoons


    The Seattle alternative weekly newspaper "The Stranger" is publishing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad

    "The Stranger" Editor Dan Savage says he thinks readers should see them to see what the controversy is about. "I still believe in freedom of expression and freedom of thought. It's relevant. People need to see what's being discussed," he said. Savage told KIRO Radio that not everyone shares the same taboos, and it's hypocritical for mainstream papers not to run the cartoons out of fear of offending Muslims. "I think it's a double standard."

    Savage says he's not worried about a violent reaction to the prophet Muhammad cartoons. He says, "The Muslim community in Seattle and the U.S. is tolerant and 'gets it.'"

    I´ve heard that Seattle websites have already been attacked by hackers



    posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 03:30 AM
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    Oh.. Look at our pal in Iran:




    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, aired on Jaam-e Jam 2 TV on February 11, 2006



    (click on #1034 to start the video)



    transcript:


    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: The affront to the honor of the Prophet of Islam it is in fact an affront to the worship of God, and to the seeking of truth and justice, and an affront to all the prophets of God. Obviously, all those who harm the honor of the prophet of Islam...

    Crowd: Death to Denmark.

    Death to Denmark.

    Death to Denmark.

    Death to Denmark.

    [...]



    I also always woundered,

    why the violent rage about the 'cartoon conspiracy' started in GAZA / PA

    But here is an explanation:




    Some 180,000 Muslim immigrants live in the Scandinavian nation, whose population is 5.4 million. Most of them arrived in the 1980s, when the social-democratic government loosened immigration laws due to a labor shortage. They arrived from the West Bank and Gaza, Iraq, Iran and Somalia to a homogenous, liberal, secular Danish society. The boundaries between the two societies are preserved to this day. Most of the Muslims in Copenhagen live in this neighborhood, and only immigrants work in its vegetable stores, kiosks and restaurants.

    Akari's *) mosque is also located here. It is run by Imam Abu Laban *), who was born in Jaffa and emigrated to Denmark 20 years ago. Abu Laban and Akari are at the center of a public uproar.


    Akari was born in Lebanon and emigrated to Denmark in the 1990s.
    (source)


    Akari and Imam Abu Laban are the both who went with that booklet (with the 12 cartoons and also their Mohammed with a pig's snout FAKE cartoon, a dog having intercourse with a praying Muslim and the prophet as a pedophile and other cartoons of unknown origin) through Middle East in November /December 2005 to 'internationalize' everything.


    [edit on 14-2-2006 by Riwka]



    posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 04:32 AM
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    children


    around the arab sector of Hebron /Westbank


    who belong to HAMAS school and kindergardens,


    yesterday had a day off...


    ...they had to attend a spontaneous demonstration:

    (picture: aftenposten.no)





    Palestinian children demonstrate against Denmark




    Hundreds of Palestinian schoolchildren, some as young as 4 years old, stomped on a Danish flag and shouted anti-Danish slogans on Monday to protest the recent publication of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in European newspapers.

    Monday's protest was organized by a school affiliated with the Islamic militant group Hamas, which is poised to lead the next Palestinian government after its sweeping victory in last month's legislative elections.

    About 500 children, ranging from kindergarten students to young teenagers, joined Monday's protest.



    posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 04:41 AM
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    the best thing i read about this whole fiasco is that Denmark was played into this issue becouse they wouldnt sign the european constitution.

    And just like the french, they needed a little push in the right direction. Now with all this apparently muslim hatered towards them, europe can say to Denmark "you see, we stick with you, and now you have to stick with us, or this evil muslims will destroy you". Same happened in France, they wouldnt sign it either....

    theres a conspiracy for ya



    posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 05:21 AM
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    nukunuku, where did you read that? That sounds like a conspiracy. Got any links? And just what is in the European constitution?

    [edit on 14-2-2006 by Beachcoma]



    posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 05:51 AM
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    Originally posted by nukunuku
    the best thing i read about this whole fiasco is that Denmark was played into this issue becouse they wouldnt sign the european constitution.


    Oh - really?

    You think that was on the agenda at an Islamic summit in Mecca in December 2005?



    this thread, the very 1 st posting

    “We have been informed by our foreign minister that this caricature affair will be on the agenda at a special summit of the Islamic Conference,” said [egyptian] Mohab Nasr Mostafa Mahdy, the embassy’s deputy ambassador.

    “This is a collective initiative taken by the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) and Egypt played a leading role,” he said.



    posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 06:14 AM
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    just connecting the dots dude....

    now i found out that this whole "CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS" thing is part of the PNAC agenda anyway (project for new american century), so i guess funda-muslims are just being used to push along the agenda, and as you see they dont need a lot to get upset.
    Westeners dont support the plan? Just find them some muslim enemies and theyll sign anything. Its amazing how well thought of everything is, i guess those think tanks really do their job

    Riwka, your point?

    clash of civilizations?.....


    not in my name you dont



    posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 08:54 AM
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    Originally posted by nukunuku

    i guess funda-muslims are just being used to push along the agenda


    Then lets have a look who attended the the Organization
    of the Islamic Conference in Mecca in 2005?.




    posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 09:30 AM
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    Wait, I still don't get it. What does that have to do with anything? So they thought the caricatures were bad. And then?



    posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 11:45 AM
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    Originally posted by nukunuku
    the best thing i read about this whole fiasco is that Denmark was played into this issue becouse they wouldnt sign the european constitution.

    And just like the french, they needed a little push in the right direction. Now with all this apparently muslim hatered towards them, europe can say to Denmark "you see, we stick with you, and now you have to stick with us, or this evil muslims will destroy you". Same happened in France, they wouldnt sign it either....

    theres a conspiracy for ya


    There's a problem with that conspiracy.
    A lot of people took the rejection of the EU constitution as a rejection of the plan to allow Turkey into the EU because they didn't want to open their borders to even more muslim immigrants.

    The EU, if it is allowed to continue expanding, will severely increase the number of muslims in European countries.



    posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 12:04 PM
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    Originally posted by AceOfBase

    Originally posted by nukunuku
    the best thing i read about this whole fiasco is that Denmark was played into this issue becouse they wouldnt sign the european constitution.

    And just like the french, they needed a little push in the right direction. Now with all this apparently muslim hatered towards them, europe can say to Denmark "you see, we stick with you, and now you have to stick with us, or this evil muslims will destroy you". Same happened in France, they wouldnt sign it either....

    theres a conspiracy for ya


    There's a problem with that conspiracy.
    A lot of people took the rejection of the EU constitution as a rejection of the plan to allow Turkey into the EU because they didn't want to open their borders to even more muslim immigrants.

    The EU, if it is allowed to continue expanding, will severely increase the number of muslims in European countries.


    okey ill bite...

    where exactly is the problem, most turks i meet are more european than arabs anyway, right down to eating pork. What you wrote still doesnt negate my "conspiracy". Im not saying this is the only reason "why Denmark", just a very interesting "coincidence", if you belive in coincidences.



    posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 12:38 PM
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    Originally posted by nukunuku
    the best thing i read about this whole fiasco is that Denmark was played into this issue becouse they wouldnt sign the european constitution.

    And just like the french, they needed a little push in the right direction. Now with all this apparently muslim hatered towards them, europe can say to Denmark "you see, we stick with you, and now you have to stick with us, or this evil muslims will destroy you". Same happened in France, they wouldnt sign it either....

    theres a conspiracy for ya


    Didn't Denmark just delay the referendum after its defeat in the Netherlands and France?

    I would think the Dutch would be getting the brunt of this if your theory was true.



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