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    Europe should ban Muslims from entering while Danes are banned from Islamic countries

    Posted by sioeengland on February 28, 2008


    Sudan bans Danes over Prophet cartoon

    President Omar al-Bashir said Wednesday that he would bar Danes from Sudan and told tens of thousands of people at a government-backed rally that the Muslim world should boycott Denmark because of a reprinted cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed.

    Tell European Commission President José Manuel Barroso to ban Muslims from entering the European Union if Danes are banned from Muslim countries by contacting him here


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    Boycott Islamic countries and Islamic produce

    Posted by sioeengland on February 28, 2008


    A boycott of Danish goods is taking place across the so-called “Islamic world” in response to the “offensive” cartoons of the self-styled prophet/apostle Mohammed.

    Below is a list of countries where muslims form the majority.

    Unfortunately, Albania and the self-proclaimed “independent” state of Kosovo are within the geographic borders of Europe.

    Fortunately, the rest of the countries in Europe are not oppressed by sharia law or controlled by islamist clerics and other islamists. At least not for the moment, although it would seem that our politicians and non-muslim religious leaders are trying their best to make Europe part of the worldwide Kalifate.

    Kalifascists are attempting to suppress free speech in Europe with the connivance of politicians and non-muslim religious leaders.

    Cartoons are harmless unless they portray child abuse or condone violence.

    Individual people are open to ridicule and criticism in articles and cartoons. Every day politicians and religious figures are the subject of satirical caricature. They may be offendedso what?

    If a politician or religious leader pompously called for a newspaper to be boycotted for publishing cartoons of him/her, then he/she would immediately become the subject of thousands of cartoons trashing his/her demand for a boycott.

    However, islamic countries have boycotted Danish produce due to an individual being satirised.


    Therefore, print out the list below of islamic countries and make it part of your shopping list.

    Look at where produce comes from and if it is from one of the countries on this list


    Tell the store manager you will not buy produce from any of the countries on your list.

    Send your list to supermarket complaints departments saying you are boycotting produce from them and demand that the supermarket concerned does not import from these countries.




    Your future depends on this action and future action against islamism.


    Afghanistan                         Guinea Bissau                       Oman
    Albania                                Indonesia                              Pakistan
    Algeria                                 Iran                                       Palestine
    Azerbaijan                           Iraq                                       Qatar
    Bahrain                                Jordan                                   Saudi Arabia
    Bangladesh                          Kazakhstan                          Senegal
    Benin                                    Kosovo                                  Sierra Leone
    Brunei Darussalam             Kuwait                                   Somalia
    Burkina Faso                       Kyrgyzstan                            Sudan
    Cameroon                            Lebanon                                Syrian AR
    Chad                                    Libya                                      Tajikistan
    Comoros                              Malaysia                                Tunisia
    Djibouti                               Maldives                                 Turkey
    Egypt                                  Mali                                          Turkmenistan   
    Gabon                                 Mauritania                              

    Gambia                               Morocco                                  United Arab Emirates
    Guinea                                Niger                                        Uzbekistan
                                               Nigeria                                      Yemen

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    Hamas Bunny Threatens to Kill Danes over Muhammad Cartoons

    Posted by sioeengland on February 26, 2008

    This video calls for the boycott of Danish and Western produce. It is the duty of every Westerner to boycott all they can of Turkish and Middle Eastern produce. Indeed produce from all Islamic countries.


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    International SIOE demonstration in Denmark for Freedom of Speech

    Posted by sioeengland on February 25, 2008


    freedomofspeech1.jpgThe 15th March at 13.00 on Gammeltorv in Aalborg, Denmark

    Theme: Support freedom of speech – or lose it!

    Background/reason: Once again Denmark is under pressure from foreign and domestic islamic forces. After the first muhammed crisis, the media and politicians began to practise self censorship. In Denmark it is not illegal to draw muhammed and no forces should threaten our freedom, democracy and equality.

    If we do not want to succumb to threats and riots, the time has come where we must stand up for our freedom. If we do not exercise this freedom, it will disappear.  We will carry signs with Kurt Westergaards muhammed cartoon to show that this is legal in our country.

    Speeches will be held by Stephen Gash – SIOE England, Martin – SIOE Nederland, Anders Gravers – SIOE Denmark. Other persons who wish to speak are welcome to sign up.

    Signs, banners and slogans:

    Freedom of speech cannot be bent and manipulated.

    Does “extreme freedom of speech” exist?

    No death threats for freedom of speech!

    Self censorship – no thanks!

    This is our country Denmark – and as we say in Denmark: if don’t you like the smell in the bakery – you are free to leave! 

    Expel the maladjusted!

    Stop islamisation of Europe!

    Contact persons:

    Anders Gravers
    Phone: +45 96771784

    Stephen Gash
    Phone: +44 122 854 7317

    Martin and Monique
    Phone: +31 641 749 821

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    International SIOE demonstration in Denmark against sharia banking.

    Posted by sioeengland on February 25, 2008


    The 14th March on Store Torv in Hobro, Denmark at 15.00-16.00.

    Theme: Stop sharia banking – Stop selling out of Europe!

    Background/reason: A group of North Jutland banks (sparekasser) have joined forces to establish a company called Amanah that will ensure that muslims can buy houses without paying interests, which is forbidden according to the koran.

    Amanah purchase/buy up a property that the client is interested in, after that the client buys the right of disposal from Amanah Credit on a suspended deed and buys the property bit by bit. In this way the client avoids to make debts, but is capable in buying real property and still comply with the korandictated sharialaw.

    We think it’s a very wrong initiative, because this offer supports the wrong forces in settling down permanently. Surely, non-fundamentalistic muslims have no problem by not complying with the koran?

    Therefore we encourage the customers in Hobro Sparekasse, Vendsyssel Sparekasse, Farsø Sparekasse and Den Jyske Sparekasse to withdraw their money from the banks and boycot them.

    Speeches will be held by Stephen Gash – SIOE England, Martin – SIOE Nederland, Anders Gravers – SIOE Denmark. Other persons who wish to speak are welcome to sign up.

    Legal signs, banners and slogans:

    Stop sharia banking!

    Stop selling out of Denmark and Europe!

    No to sharialaw in Denmark – Yes to our danish constitution!

    Stop specialrigths for muslims!

    Boycot the collaborationist banks!


    Anders Gravers
    Phone: +45 96771784

    Stephen Gash
    Phone: +44 122 854 7317

    Martin and Monique
    Phone: +31 641 749 821

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    An explanation of why SIOE supports Serbia

    Posted by sioeengland on February 17, 2008

    The essay below typifies the suicidal double-standards the West applies to ensure free Europeans are dragged into a Kalifascist state.

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    February 14, 2008 on 3:03 am | In News in English, Kosovo & Metohija, In Focus |

    – What happens when a government loses control of immigration and gives special preference to immigrants for political reasons.

    By Edward Spalton February 2008


    “…..substantial self-government for Kosovo, taking full account of the Rambouillet Accords and the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia…” UN RESOLUTION 1244 (Annex 2, item  Showing any sympathy for the present plight of Serbia is swimming against the tide of received opinion, which was largely generated by the successful propaganda of the West, particularly concerning Bosnia and Kosovo. The demonization of Serbia was taken to grotesque proportions and, in general, faithfully and uncritically repeated in the mainstream media. So, for many people, their “default setting” is that Serbs were uniquely wicked and brutal to their erstwhile fellow Yugoslavs in pursuit of a “Greater Serbia”.   

    This narrative is a grossly inadequate basis from which to make an appreciation of Serbia’s present situation. As the weight of repetition of the “demon Serb” theory is so overwhelming, I will be putting the contrary case whilst conscious that no side in the unhappy disintegration of Yugoslavia was guiltless of atrocity.   

    At this area of the world’s surface, where the tectonic plates Of Islam, Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodox Christianity collide, one could start the story at least as far back as the Fourth Crusade but it is only necessary to go back to the Second World War to form a coherent picture of what has happened in Kosovo. It had always been a heartland of the Serbian Church and national consciousness, containing churches as important as Canterbury, Salisbury and Winchester are in England.   

    The Axis powers favoured Albanians and arranged for a large part of the Serbian population to be expelled from Kosovo (*1) and replaced by Muslim Albanian immigrants. This was the beginning of the now overwhelming Albanian majority in the province. At the end of the war, Marshal Tito agreed with his communist comrades in Albania that the incomers should remain in new Socialist Yugoslavia and prevented the expelled Serbs from returning.   

    The communist takeover after the war was bloody in the extreme. Not only were wartime scores settled but there were wholesale massacres of those deemed to be “enemies of the people.” The new masters made as sure as they could that there would be no competition with their leadership from the former elites. The bien-pensant, leftish world came to regard “non-aligned” Yugoslavia as a more moderate version of socialism than the Soviet variety but it was certainly not so at its inception nor for many years thereafter.  

    Tito’s treatment of the Serbs was conditioned by two considerations – firstly that many Serbs had backed the royalist Resistance (the Chetniks) under General Mihailovic and secondly that Serbia should not dominate the new Yugoslavia, as it had done before the war. The communist partisans’ civil war with the royalist Chetniks had been fought at least as vigorously and dirtily as the war against the German occupiers.   

    To reduce Serbian influence, he drew the boundaries of the constituent republics, so that large numbers of Serbs would live as minorities in Croatia, Bosnia and elsewhere outside Serbia. Whilst these borders were more or less local government boundaries, it was not such a burning question. Yet these were the boundaries which the Western powers would later recognize as the borders of sovereign states – states furthermore with aspirations to Serb-free, racial and religious purity.   

    A sort of political correctness was enforced in socialist Yugoslavia in which multiculturalism between and within the constituent republics was officially maintained. The basis of the state was a form of Marxist class outlook which was supposed to predominate over cultural and linguistic differences. The slogan was “unity and brotherhood.” .In some ways this appeared to be reasonably successful. Intermarriage between different cultural groups was quite common and the atheist stance of the authorities tended to mask religious differences. Perhaps Gordon Brown’s late conversion to official “Britishness” is a faint echo of this.   

    As testified by Mitar Balevic at the Hague tribunal, Kosovo was different – subject to Albanian agitation for an ethnically pure state from the 1950s onwards. There were large scale demonstrations on Albanian Flag Day in 1968 and Serbs were persecuted throughout the Sixties, Seventies and Eighties. There were murders, expulsions and rapes, as well as desecration of churches, exclusion from public employment and medical discrimination at Pristina Hospital – especially in the maternity department. Between 1961 and 1981, the Albanian population doubled and the Serbs declined from being one quarter to one sixth of the population.   

    Tito granted local autonomy in 1974 but this only increased the Albanian appetite for driving out the Serbs. The Serbian alphabet was banned and Serbian school text books destroyed. Some 20,000 Serbs fled after the riots of 1981. After the death of Tito in 1980, German foundations and institutes, deniable instruments of government policy (*2), were prominent in supporting the Albanians. Their efforts were increasingly supplemented by the German Secret Service (Bundesnachrichtendienst) which fostered the separatist movements in all parts of Yugoslavia.   

    It was against this background that Slobodan Milosevic went on 24th April 1987 to speak at Kosovo Polje, holy ground in the Serbian national story – the battlefield where the Serbs went down to glorious defeat at the hands of the Ottoman Turks in 1389 – The Field of the Blackbirds.   

    This speech has been consistently misrepresented in the West as a sort of declaration of war on the mostly Muslim Kosovo Albanians but that is a total untruth (*3). Milosevic’s words were shot through with the Yugoslav brand of multicultural Political Correctness. “Protect brotherhood and unity”…. “nationalism always means isolation from others, being locked in a closed circle and stopping growth”…   

    He exhorted people to “emerge from a state of hatred, intolerance and mistrust” whilst making clear that there would be no ethnically cleansed Kosovo, from which all Serbs would be expelled.   

    That may have been one cause of Albanian outrage. Until then, they had been consistently successful in working towards that aim. The other famous incident on this occasion was an attack by Kosovo-Albanian police on some of the Serbian crowd which provoked Milosevic’s remark “Nobody should beat you”. This was reckoned to be very un- PC in the vocabulary and discourse of “unity and brotherhood”. Apart from that, he appealed for calm. Yet time after time, this speech is represented in the West as the provocative ravings of an extreme nationalist.   

    A couple of quotations from separatist leaders supported by the West make an interesting comparison.   

    “Genocide is a natural phenomenon in keeping with the human-social and mythological divine nature. It is not only permitted but even recommended by the Almighty…for the maintenance and spreading of the One True Faith” (*4) FRANJO TUDJMAN – first President of post war Croatia, who also said “Thank God, my wife is nether a Jew nor a Serb”. (Mrs. Thatcher later accepted a decoration from him).   


    “There can be no peace or coexistence between the Islamic faith and non-Islamic institutions. The Islamic movement must and can take power as soon as it is morally strong enough, not only to destroy the non-Islamic power but to build a new Islamic one”. (*5) ALIJA IZETBEGOVIC, first President of Bosnia- Hercogovina, eulogized at his funeral by Paddy Ashdown as the father of his people. With Ashdown’s approval, Bosnian war dead were officially classified as “shahid” – martyrs in the Jihad against the Infidel.   

    So, a clerico-fascist and an Islamic extremist were supported by Western intelligence agencies, governments and armed forces as bearers of “European values” to the benighted Balkans. To do this, the EU member states broke their obligations under the UN charter and the Helsinki Accords by which they had guaranteed to accept existing national borders in Europe. They recognized Slovenia and Croatia diplomatically. This was done principally at Germany’s instigation and the German government regarded this sudden about turn by the other EU states as a triumph. The Foreign Minister was cock-a-hoop “By this, Germany has regained diplomatically everything lost in Eastern Europe as a result of two world wars”. It opened the way for the new “Drang nach Osten”.   

    The pretext for the later air war on Yugoslavia was based on the accusation that Serbs were committing genocide against the largely Muslim Albanians in Kosovo. It undoubtedly was an unpleasant, dangerous time. Statistics from the period before the war suggest that an Albanian in Kosovo was about as likely to meet a violent death as an ordinary inhabitant of Washington DC at the same period, whereas a Serb was around twelve times more likely to come to an untimely end.   

    The Kosovo Liberation Army was known to police authorities all over Europe as a major criminal organization, deeply involved in drug smuggling and human trafficking.   

    Yet both the German and American governments contributed to its training and arming for Kosovo’s “liberation”. Its commander from 1998 (later prime minister of Kosovo in 2006) was one Agim Ceku, a former Yugoslav army captain who first became a general in the HVO (Croatian Army). Assisted by access to all NATO intelligence on Yugoslav forces and with the aid of NATO airpower, he was a very successful commander, responsible for the expulsion of around 200,000 Serbs from the Krajina region of Croatia in “Operation Storm”(1995). He also appears to have had command responsibility at the time of the Medak Pocket massacre where Croatian forces fired on Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry. They later discovered the evidence of the massacre for which nobody has been brought to book. An Interpol warrant exists for Ceku’s arrest.   

    Wartime “information” from NATO told us that at least 100,000 young Albanian men from Kosovo were missing, presumed murdered. Yet the Spanish forensic team, sent to look for mass graves was gravely embarrassed. In late 1999 its leader complained that he and his colleagues had become part of “a semantic pirouette by the war propaganda machine because we did not find one, not one mass grave”. The Wall Street Journal concluded that NATO stepped up its claims when it saw “a fatigued press corps drifting towards the contrary story – civilians killed by NATO bombs… The war in Kosovo was cruel, bitter, savage. Genocide it wasn’t”.   

    The Spanish forensic team found 2108 bodies in 1999. The killing did not stop with the end of the war. According to a report in the Sunday Times 420 Albanians were killed between June 1999 and March 2000, as the KLA dealt with perceived traitors. In the same period 1041 non Albanians (mostly Serbs) were killed. The “protection” offered by KFOR and their KLA allies was distinctly shaky. Serbs have continued to “disappear” or be found dead since, yet nobody has been brought to court, let alone convicted. In the same period (1999-2008) some 150 Orthodox Serbian churches have been destroyed and some 300 mosques have been built with funds from extreme Saudi Arabian Wahabi organizations. Like Bosnia-Hercegovina, where some 1500 foreign Mujahedin have settled as Bosnian citizens, Kosovo has become part of the “green wedge” of Muslim territories pushing closer to the gates of Vienna.   

    In spite of its experiences at the hands of the West in general and EU powers in particular, there is considerable support for membership of the EU in Serbia. The recent re-election of Boris Tadic as president (with 50.57% of the vote) is an indication of this. Pro EU Serbs think that the EU is “modern” and a safe place to be. Given Serbia’s former demonization, isolation and pariah status, it is easy to see the attraction of this. Then their clinching argument is “It is inevitable”. But the narrowness of Tadic’s victory shows that there is a large body of opinion which is by no means reconciled. Tadic has talked tough for domestic consumption but, if he runs true to form, he will succumb to EU blandishments.   

    Will the EU dispensation eventually make former Yugoslavia into an area of harmony and cooperation? How stable is the EU/NATO-imposed settlement? Is it a settlement or merely an armistice until some shift in the balance of great powers? In the map which follows, Great Britain, “Britoslavia”, is divided up, approximately as Yugoslavia was. It does not quite match the regionalization plans of John Prescott but would have much the same effect in reducing the independence, defensibility, security and international influence of the inhabitants of these islands.

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    Kuffarphobia in Malaysia

    Posted by sioeengland on February 17, 2008

    Against Hindus this time. The Malaysian Government (being islamic) persecutes non-muslims (kuffars). In Europe the governments persecute non-muslims (kuffars) into silence.  Increasingly oppressive laws are enacted to prevent us from legitimately criticising islamisation, islamists and politicians who discriminate against European non-muslims (kuffars) in order to favour muslims.

    How long will it be before we see people arrested in Europe for protesting against islamism? Oh wait – arrests in Europe have already happened.

    Watch the Malaysian Hindu Roses rally: here

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    Sharia BONDS is the right description

    Posted by sioeengland on February 17, 2008

    In the Independent on Sunday

    Darling to decide on use of ‘Sharia bonds’ for public spending

    By Bryan Brady, Whitehall Editor
    Sunday, 17 February 2008

    Alistair Darling will announce in his Budget next month whether Britain will press ahead with plans for so-called “Sharia bonds” to attract money from the cash-rich Middle East, it was revealed last night.

    Treasury officials confirmed that the Chancellor would decide whether to help fund the Government’s public-spending programme by borrowing funds via Islamic law-compliant bonds, known as sukuk, within the next few weeks.

    Britain is set to become the first Western nation to issue bonds approved by Muslim clerics in line with sharia, which outlaws conventional loans involving interest payments for being “sinful”.

    But the move could see the ownership of public buildings and other assets switched into the hands of wealthy Muslim businesses and individuals, many based in the Middle East.

    The radical proposal was originally put forward by Gordon Brown’s ally Ed Balls last year as a method of making more financial products available to British Muslims – and opening the burgeoning Islamic financial market to the UK.

    Islamic law forbids making money from interest, making conventional loans unacceptable to the devout.

    Islamic bonds avoid breaching Sharia law’s restrictions on the payment or receipt of interest by providing a predetermined income from specified assets, such as leases on land, known as the profit rate. Sukuk is now estimated to be worth £5.5bn in a £125bn global Islamic financial market.

    A consultation exercise designed to test reaction to the scheme was launched in November, and will end on Thursday.

    A Treasury spokesman said that a feasibility study has been looking at whether or not the bonds would be practical. MPs are expected to be updated on progress in the Budget.

    Edward Leigh, the Conservative chairman of the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee, raised concern over the plans.

    He told The Mail on Sunday: “I am concerned about the signal this would send: it could be the thin end of the wedge.

    “British Common Law must be supreme and should apply to everyone,” said Mr Leigh.

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    Lionheart seeks asylum in the USA

    Posted by sioeengland on February 17, 2008

    As reported in the Luton/Dunstable on Sunday


    The socialist/islamist suppressers of freedom are now causing English people to seek asylum from their own government (a government incidentally English people never even elected into power) for doing what is every Englishman’s right – speaking his mind.

    Web logger seeks asylum in States

    A controversial ‘web logger’ from Dunstable is seeking asylum in America because he faces arrest in the UK for stirring up racial hatred.

    Paul Ray, who regularly writes an online diary as ‘Lionheart’, was due to attend Bedford’s Greyfriars Police Station on February 18 as part of Bedfordshire Police’s investigation into his blog.

    However, he has decided to apply for political asylum in America because he risks charges which carry a maximum prison sentence of seven years.

    His blog includes his opinions on the heroin trade, Islamic fundamentalism and police corruption.

    Mr Ray, 31, speaking to told Luton on Sunday on the phone from South Carolina, said : “I was going to meet Bedfordshire Police on Monday. But I don’t want to come back to England and get arrested.

    “I had death threats in Dunstable and I wrote everything down.

    “I did it because if anything happened to me then I wouldn’t just be another statistic.

    “I have just written my thoughts down while I have been on the run.

    “I am applying for political asylum on the grounds of political persecution and human rights issues.

    “All I’ve done is written words on a blog. That doesn’t befit a prison sentence.”

    Mr Ray, who used to have a flat in Great Northern Road and a computer shop on Albion Street, claims he has received death threats.

    He admits his reactions to this in his blog may be considered ‘over the top’ but maintains he has a right to write his beliefs.

    He has been in South Carolina dodging arrest after receiving an email from Bedfordshire Police’s DC Ian Holden on January 3.

    The email said: ‘The offence that I need to arrest you for is ‘Stir up Racial Hatred by displaying written material’ contrary to sections 18(1) and 27(3) of the Public Order Act 1986.

    “You will be arrested on SUSPICION of the offence. You would only be charged following a full investigation based on all the relevant facts and CPS consent.”

    Mr Ray added that he will return to Britain unless Bedfordshire Police confirm they are going to cease their investigation.

    A spokeswoman for Bedfordshire Police said: “We contacted him to say that when he returns to this country we would like to see him.

    “We have got a complaint about his blog. That is the whole point of this exercise.

    “We have spoken to him like we would with any other crime.”

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    NATO-, EU- and the UN-led Islamist expansion in Europe

    Posted by sioeengland on February 17, 2008

    Kosovo muslims today declared their “independence” from Serbia.

    This can be read on Wikipedia

    After Yugoslavia’s name change to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia’s to the Socialist Republic of Serbia in 1953, Kosovo gained inner autonomy in the 1960s. In the 1974 constitution, the Socialist Autonomous Province of Kosovo‘s government received higher powers, including the highest governmental titles — President and Prime Minister and a seat in the Federal Presidency which made it a de facto Socialist Republic within the Federation, but remaining as a Socialist Autonomous Province within the Socialist Republic of Serbia. Tito had pursued a policy of weakening Serbia, as he believed that a “Weak Serbia equals a strong Yugoslavia”. To this end Vojvodina and Kosovo became autonomous regions and were given the above entitled privileges as de facto republics.”

    Socialists support islamists because they see islam as a quasi socialism and a way of controlling the masses.

    This is more or less what is happening to England by the way. England is being balkanised into a socio-islamist collection of regions to weaken England for the “sake of the Union”.

    SIOE supports Serbia and opposes the islamist European expansion via a separate islamic Kosovo state.

    SIOE opposes the entry of any islamic country into the European Union. 

    The UN and EU politicians are hell-bent on the accession of Turkey and Albania into the EU. Kosovo is likely to be admitted first as a fait acomplis. Kosovo and Albania will then unite, forcing us to accept Albania too. Once an islamic state is within EU borders this will open the way for Turkey.


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