Wednesday, July 13, 2005

The Soul of an Islamist

The trial of the Muslim charged with the brutal muder of Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh on an Amsterdam street last year has begun in the Netherlands. The words of the man charged with killing van Gogh provide a perfect glimpse of the mindset of an Islamist and, sadly, the views of a significant percentage of most Muslims as well.

Mohammed Bouyeri, 27, an Islamist, faces possible life imprisonment for stabbing and shooting Mr van Gogh on 2 November last year. He did not mount a defence. "I did it out of conviction," he said. "If I ever get free, I would do it again."

At one point he turned in his chair and spoke to Anneke Van Gogh, the victim's mother, who was in the public gallery. "I don't feel your pain," he said. "I don't have any sympathy for you. I can't feel for you because I think you're a non-believer."

Bouiyeri, who is accused of terrorism and other offences, spoke slowly in Dutch with a Moroccan accent. He glanced down at notes, paused between sentences, and chose his words carefully. "Maybe you could find some consolation if the maximum sentence is given," he said. He also addressed police who he fired upon eight months ago: "I shot to kill and to be killed. You cannot understand."
The Dutch people are now aware of the poison they permitted to enter their once idyllic little country through open immigration. Unfortunately, so many Muslims - and so many Islamist radicals - now live in the Netherlands, it seems very unlikely that the Dutch can ever mount the political courage to expel enough of them to save their own culture. The Netherlands is the logical outcome of multiculturalism put into practice. If you don't respect your own culture enough to protect it, others will be very happy to destroy it for you. The Dutch opened their doors to hundreds of thousands of immigrants from countries with completely alien cultural values, who proceeded to colonize the Netherlands. Now Dutch culture is in retreat and ethnic-Dutch are being ethnically cleansed from Dutch cities.


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