Dissidentpress

November 18, 2007

Its a matter of life or death not to overlook any consequences

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Baron Bodissey on:
http://gatesofvienna.blogspot.com/2007/11/my-farewell-to-little-green-footballs.html#readfurther

“..No, Islam isn’t reformable. The only possible solution then, apart from a global war to the death which nobody wants, is to separate ourselves from the Islamic world as much as possible…” “…No, I have never suggested expelling all of them, but the most hardcore ones who push for implementing sharia laws here need to be deported, yes…”

The Baron is not thinking entire logically to the end on the consequences: Even if we stopped immigration to Denmark or to Sweden tomorrow mathematics simply implies that the Muslims would become a majority just 7-8 years (source in Danish) later than would be the fact, if it just continued as last year, because there is absolutely no adjustment of fertility towards anything like the Westeners’ fertility – on the contrary (source in Danish) – dispite of what we are told by politically correct media. And it would be stricktly against both the intentions and the intensions of the Elite not to secure an increasing number inhabitants/ subjects by immigration of immigrants who add to the average fertility, especially to do the trick (in Danish):

In short:

The balance of the Bless Country:

the number immigrated muslims plus the number of births from their country-women a year must equal the number of naturalized a year that must equal the number emigrating etnic Danes the same year.

That’s a trick: “Nothing happens, but our mentality and the colors of our eyes”

J. E. Vig, 18 november 2007

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