Wilders + Fitna = Chaplin + dictator
The rise of National Socialist Party (Nazi) of Chancellor Hitler was the greatest threat against peace in the world at the end of the first half of the twentieth century.
The rise of the sect Submission (Islam) of the Prophet Muhammad is the greatest threat against peace in the world at the beginning of the first half of XXI century.
Charlie Chaplin read Hitler’s book, Mein Kampf (“My Struggle”), and compared to what the Nazis actually did, not only in their home country (Germany) but also outside of it this, in Europe, he realized that the Nazis just following the Hitler project for humanity. A project clearly explained black on white in his book. A project which would for sure bring the whole planet into war.
Geert Wilders has read the book of Mohammed Al Quran (“Recitation”), and compared to what Muslims actually do, not only in their home countries (Saudi Arabia) but also outside of it this, in Europe, he understood that Muslims just following the draft Muhammad to mankind. A project clearly explained black on white in his book. A project that will for sure bring the whole planet into war.
Charlie Chaplin did a movie to warn the world: The Great Dictator. Geert Wilders made a film to alert the world: Fitna. Both Chaplin and Wilders faced EXACTLY the same reactions from EXACTLY the same people.
Caramels and chocolates
for Nicolas Princen Sarkostasi Oink Oink
L’Express of March 18 tells us that “Just 24 years old, Nicolas Princen already raised the curiosity or criticism on the Web. And because this young Normale-HEC has just been recruited by Nicolas Sarkozy to monitor everything that circulates about the president on the Internet. ”
The article goes on to say that Nicolas Princen “must be a kind of Internet monitoring, monitoring everything that makes the buzz about the president (…). It will also monitor the lesser-known sites, the blogs … “, says it at the Elysee
More pragmatically, a reader of the blog Spray “still wonders about the need to publicize this appointment.” Prudent, another claims he would have “all agencies of buzz send [to Nicolas Princen] a small welcome gift at the Elysee Palace, but all really eh, you really feel that we are one big family and all friends of our friends will also be his friends. ”
Good thing we have our little gift ready. Readers who are interested to give a gift to Mr. Sarkostasi can print four pages of the article “President Sarkozy, caramels, sweets and chocolates” and send the postage to: