Wednesday, November 09, 2005

An Open Letter to the Leaders of France and Denmark.

Dear M. Chirac, M. de Villepin, and Mr. Rasmussen,

I have been following the rioting in your countries with dismay, and note that we here in Australia are having some minor difficulty here, also.

There appears to be a reluctance on the part of the intellectual elite, including mainstream media, left-wing politicos and academe, to recognise the part in all of this that (so-called) radical Islam is playing.

This behaviour has been seen many times before - look to Israel, the only true democracy in the Middle East. While non-Jewish people in the State of Israel may claim discrimination, the fact remains that they are still entitled to own businesses without paying the jizyha to their 'overlords'. They can walk their streets unafraid. They can practise their religion without persecution.

In France and Denmark, as with most other Western countries, there has been a policy of appeasement to those of ethnic or religious minority. Under the guise of multiculturalism, many concessions have been made.

In most cases, this has led to cohesive, vibrant countries.

In one case, it apparently has not.

One unifying factor in the discrepancies noted over the Western world has been a form of Islam. This has been variously described as "radical", "fundamentalist" or "true" Islam, depending upon the point of view of the commentator.

Another common thread through this unrest is a claim for territory. Being a part of Denmark and France, with all the benefits and bounty associated is not what the rioters/dissenters/restless youth wish for. They wish for their own Islamic land, in the heart of secular societies founded on the Judeo-Christian tradition.

I say give it to them.

The thought of sending the Army in to quell the violence is abhorrent to any right-thinking person, particularly when it is your own citizenry.

These people have abrogated their right to civilised treatment. They show nothing but contempt for the countries and people that have provided for them for generations. They disdain the Rule of Law, unless that Law is Islam.

I am sure you are well aware of what may happen: another Gaza.


If we take heed from Israel's example, we can see that there is no requirement to provide infrastructure or businesses in the new enclaves.

As the 'gangs of youths' do not wish to be French, or Danish, then you no longer need to provide welfare benefits, or free healthcare, or education. In any case, the Islamists prefer to provice their own education, which does not necessarily coincide with Western ideals.

As these new mini-states are demonstrably hostile to France and Denmark as host-Nations, the suppliers of utilities - water, gas, electricity - would need to negotiate with the new territory leaders for supply.

Perhaps a 'pay-as-you-go' scenario, much like telephone companies do with pre-paid cell phones.

The people in these areas have shown a willingness to destroy property wholesale, then all them to rebuild it at their leisure. Fully-funded by themselves. I am sure that the fiefdom of Saudi Arabia would be willing to contribute to this scheme for the betterment of Muslims in Europe.

On the subject of travel through the host-countries, then visas would most definitely be in order. Of course, the governments of Denmark and France would retain the right to restrict the passage of their newest tourists, but in any case, it is any nation's right to guard it's sovereign borders. From within as well as without.

If they wish to leave Marseilles to visit Dijon, for example, they will need to apply for a visa. They are no longer a part of France, they are no longer citizens. They are no longer deserving of the freedoms they have thrown aside.

If the UN see fit to become involved and provide succour to your enemies, deny them access. The UN can be likened to a pox-ridden whore.

Food-for-Oil. Rwanda. Child-sex scandals.

Approximately 46 percent of member-states for the UN are functioning democracies.

There is no gain in the United Nations becoming a party to the civil wars you find yourself a part of.

When the United Nations can demonstrate that it's own ranks are clean from the defilement of tyranny and systemic abuse, then perhaps they may assist you. Until then, they have no right.

These are merely my thoughts on the situation around the world.

Islam demands dominion.

Give it to them, but under your rules.

Unconditional surrender is not an option.

The long and wondrous histories of our Western civilisations do not deserve to be wiped out by 'gangs of youths' armed with molotov cocktails and bottomless hatred for us.

A small Muslim nation surrounded by a hostile secular Western society may in time come to see the wisdom in the separation of Church and State.

The freedom to practise religion is just that. A freedom that would be taken away by an Islamist state.

Look to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, India. Look to any country with a majority of Islamic population. You will see poverty, illiteracy, disease, and a moral decay like no other.

These people act like animals and wish to be treated like them.

Do so.

Give them the same restrictions that they would expect others to live with under sharia.

Again, they have abrogated their right to mature, civilised, discourse.

The time has come to end the games.

Yours sincerely,



At 5:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My god! India is now a majority muslim country!

At 5:32 PM, Blogger MarkHenryC said...

Yes it is!
Yes it's!
Yes its!

At 7:10 PM, Blogger Nilk said...

Oops! My bad.

Sorry, the. India may not be majority muslim, but they still have their difficulties with muslims.

At 10:04 PM, Blogger Zoe Brain said...

And of course, if the new communities want to be part of the EU, they must follow all the various EU rules.
Otherwise they'd have to pay the usual swingeing customs duty on exports to France.
But at least they could be duty-free zones, attracting customers from the EU, much as Helgoland does (part of Germany, not part of the EU).
Personally, I think to stop attacks outside the area, a nice big wall should be erected. I'm told Israeli firms have much experience in the area, and for the same reason.

At 7:09 PM, Blogger Jai Normosone said...

What a brilliant letter! Well done! :)

(you'll note that if I have no comment then I have nothing to add - did I say "brilliant" yet? :)

At 2:45 PM, Blogger MathewK said...

Yeah a fence is definitely needed, otherwise they'll have the same crap that Israel has with suicide bombers, a big big fence/wall.

But knowing the french, they'll never have the back bone to do this.

At 5:07 PM, Blogger Dag said...

Very late here, but it was worth staying up to catch your letter. Will come back in the morning.

At 10:21 PM, Blogger Nilk said...

Thanks, guys. I didn't actually email it to anyone, as we all know that nothing would happen with it anyway.

I'm just putting my ideas out into the ether.


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