Tuesday, 23 October 2007

A glimse of Ireland in a few years

The Brussels Journal tells us that Europe’s no-go zones or SUAs ("sensitive urban areas" - I'm not making this up) are multiplying. These are areas where the police no longer dare to venture and where Islamists hold sway.

Every night since the beginning of last week, immigrant youths have been torching cars and clashing with police in Amsterdam’s Slotervaart district (photo left). The incidents started on Oct. 14 when a policewoman shot dead Bilal Bajaka, a 22-year old ethnic Moroccan, whilst he was stabbing her and a colleague with a knife. The bitch!

The officers were stabbed in the breast, face, neck and back. Surgeons could only narrowly save their lives.

Since the incident, Slotervaart has seen rioting almost every night. The Amsterdam Moroccans are “shocked” because one of them has been killed by an infidel woman. According to his family, Bilal Bajaka was mentally deranged and had a suicide obsession. Ahmed Marcouch, the Moroccan-born mayor of Slotervaart, criticized the Dutch authorities for failing to provide adequate health care for Bajaka’s mental problems. Presumably if he'd stayed in Morocco he'd have had state-of-the-art medical attention.

This splendid chap, Bilal Bajaka was a personal friend of Mohammed Bouyeri, the Jihadist who ritually slaughtered the Dutch film maker Theo van Gogh in 2004. Bilal’s attack on the two police officers came exactly two years after the arrest of his brother, Abdullah Bajaka, the leader of an alleged plot to blow up an El-Al Boeing at Amsterdam airport.

But note this: Bilal’s family background is not at all deprived. One of his sisters is a medical doctor, another sister is a fucking Dutch judge!!! By the tooth of the Prophet, are the Dutch out of their collective minds? (Memo to self: Yes).

For ten days now, the situation in Amsterdam’s immigrant neighbourhoods has been tense. Senior police officers compare the current situation in Amsterdam to the 2005 Ramadan riots in Paris. Media outside the Netherlands, however, hardly mention the riots, which aim to drive the police from Slotervaart and turn the neighborhood into a new no-go area – yet another pocket of Eurabia on Europe’s soil.

Similar events are currently taking place in Brussels. Last Sunday, demonstrating Turkish youths ransacked an Armenian restaurant in the Sint-Joost-ten-Node borough. According to the owner the police was present at the scene but did not interfere while his establishment was being demolished. The Armenian had to flee for his life.

Another man who had to run for his life was the Belgian journalist Mehmet Koksal, an ethnic Turk. He was attacked around 11 pm on Sunday evening by a group of some twenty Turkish youths in front of the American embassy in Brussels, a few yards from the Belgian parliament building. The Parliament and the US Embassy are less than one kilometer from Sint-Joost-ten-Node. Koksal fled to a nearby police car, but a female police officer refused to let him into the car, whereupon the youths savagely beat him up.

Fearing that they were about to lynch him, the police officer changed her attitude and allowed the journalist to seek refuge in the police car. Koksal told the press today that he is not going to press charges against the police for failing to help him. “The police woman was more afraid than I was and ultimately the police came to my rescue,” he said.

This is what's in store for us in Ireland folks, just a few years down the line, as the thousands of little Mohammeds and Salims reach, er, maturity.

7 comments:

dublin wag said...

I'm optimistic. Look at the great job we did on Luas and the port tunnel, and the health

blue eyes said...

100% certain that its going to happen here too. Just let the numbers grow nicely, as they're doing now.

hubert v. o. said...

Outrageous!! She shot this guy dead, and all he was doing was stabbing her.

blue eyes said...

as you said in an earlier post, Europe will become like Lebanon. Warring regions and enclaves

Anonymous said...

Look at the date of my commentary and realize this is the first time I became aware of this particular mayhem in Amsterdam.

It seems the international MSM just compartimentalizes these types of important stories while they feed us the usual b.s. stories unfit for intelligent readers who may start connecting the dots.

Anonymous said...

Yes, we're playthings of the international MSM

Anonymous said...

Racing White Daring Molenbeek closed for business in 2002. Was this due to Molenbeek being culturallyenriched?