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20071022

What's right is wrong?

At Robert Spencers weblog Jihad watch, this can be found:

Spencer recently spoke at a so-called "Counterjihad Brussels 2007" conference in Belgium attended by those with links to far-right parties such as Filip Dewinter of Vlaams Belang (Belgium) and Ted Ekeroth of Sverigedemokraterna (Sweden). Both parties have been accused of either having a racist platform, a neo-Nazi past or having links to neo-Nazis and other racists....

While I know nothing about Filip Dewinter and Vlaams Belang, I can for shure tell you that Sverigedemokraterna is NOT a far- right wing party...

On the contrary, they are a socialist party, more on the hinges of the social democrates than any others! They are isolanistic, nanny- and wellfare state lovers. Really they are more social democrates than the social democrates themselves! They only differs themselves from the socialists in the aspect of wanting to limit the immigration in to this country...

And that's were you find the real racists, bigots, hatemongerers and gay bashers today... Within the left!

Surprise anyone?

2 Comments:

Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

Spencer is brilliant!

Tuesday, 23 October 2007 at 05:02:00 CEST

 
Blogger anticant said...

It's a favourite ploy of the Loony Left in the UK to dub anyone who objects to the creeping Islamification of our society as 'fascist' and 'racist'. Elements of the far Left, such as the Socialist Workers Party [SWP] and similar groupuscules, have always been slavish admirers of totalitarians - Stalinist Russia in the 1930s, the Soviets until the collapse of the USSR, and now of Islam. George Galloway's 'Respect Party' is in fact largely an SWP 'front' with some Muslim stooges - their alliance interestingly now seems to be breaking up.

The tragedy of the mainstream Left, as distinct from these far-out knee-jerk anti-American fringe groups, is that it has largely collapsed into inertia since Blair ignored the 2 million-strong march against the Iraq war, and his tame MPs meekly supported him. Consequently, there is a social-democratic void in the Centre of British politics which is aching to be filled.

Tuesday, 23 October 2007 at 19:49:00 CEST

 

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