Friday, 17 May 2013

Politische Partei oder Politische Bewegung?

Politische Partei oder Politische Bewegung?

The spread of anti-Muslim feelings across Europe could lead to assassinations. This is a nightmare scenario that I am sure that security services in the United Kingdom must be preparing for.

Not long ago I was interviewed by an Austrian journalist and I clearly stated: Die Frage ist: Wollen sie eine Politische Partei, eine Politische Bewegung oder eine Soziale Bewegung? Do you want a political party, a political movement or a social movement?

In the question there was the implicit warning that organisations that operate outside the framework of a democratic society could suddenly become violent. With tensions rising not only in Europe but also across the Islamic World with open confrontation between several strands of Islam and confrontation between Islam and other religions like Christianity, Budhism and Judaism, it is not unthinkable that the said tentions could kick start a series of events for which European society are badly unprepared.

As a British society driven by political correctness becomes more repressive, there is a political “pressure cooker effect”. We are already seeing organised attempts promoted by Islamic leaders to repress any criticism against Islam and events happening across the Muslim world are a stark reminder of what could happen if local authorities try to suppress criticism using force.

In Germany, the vast majority of the German people are aware and opposed to political correct attempts to appease Muslim Extremists. The same kind of situation arises in Austria, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland and other European countries.

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