Burning of Danish and Norwegian flags in Arab world [updated]

Most of the western world’s media/newspapers are owned by Zionist counterfeit-Jews, that Christ has warned the world about for 2,000 years:-

King of kings’ Bible – Revelation 2:9

I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and [I know] the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are NOT, but [are] (Idumeans) the synagogue of Satan.

The timing of the publishing of these cartoons is obviously designed to set the West and the Muslims against each other to help the Zionist state, by the peoples of the putative Christian West (whom the counterfeit-Jews hate) fighting and dying whilst destroying its Muslim enemies for it.

The newspaper that published these cartoons is probably not Danish owned/controlled, but is probably owned by Zionists, as the other ones involved in the other countries who have published these cartoons probably are also.


Some interesting related links on this subject:

9.2 Understanding the Roots of the Cartoon Scandal

8.2 Cartoons were Published Five Months ago in Egypt

9.2 The Mohammed Cartoons - Recruiting Europe For Bush's War On Iran
"...The evidence strongly suggests that the cartoon provocation was presented to Atlanticist oligarchs at the meeting of the Bilderberger group held from May 5 to May 8, 2005 at the Dorint Sofitel Seehotel Überfahrt in Rottach-Egern, on the shores of the Tegernsee lake in the south German federal state of Bavaria. (See http://www.bilderberg.org/2006.htm#
Fountainhead for a partial attendance list)  The first publication of the cartoons in Denmark followed in September 2005.  This meeting was attended by the certified neocon fascist madmen Michael Ledeen, Richard Perle, and William Luti ­ all desperadoes haunted by the prospect of criminal indictment for their roles in the Iraq aggression, the Plame case, the Niger yellowcake forgeries, and the Lord Conrad Black embezzlement case...

"...As for the repeated canard about freedom of the press, all the countries of the Nordic Council have long maintained press control through psychological warfare boards with the power to suppress and plant news stories for propaganda purposes..."

7.2 Flemming Rose and the Straussian Art of Provocation

7.2 Buildup to World War III (2)

8.2 'Muhammad cartoon' proved fake - Imam added 3 especially provocative images to fuel outrage

8.2 New Evidence Suggests Muslim Riots Are Staged Psyop

7. 2 The Cartoons of Prophet Muhammad and Civil Society

7.2 Cartoon editor Fleming Rose and the tentacles of PNAC

7.2 Zionist neocon behind Mohammed cartoon

6.2 Flemming Rose and the Tentacles of the PNAC

7.2 Russian MP Says US To Attack Iran Late March - Muslim riots a US psyop aimed at getting EU support for war

7.2 [ISB] Danish Cartoon Crisis

7.2 Bilderberg Connection To Muslim Riots
The latest word notes that Merete Eldrup, managing director of JP/Politikens Hus, the company that published the cartoons, is the wife of Anders Eldrup, chairman of DONG (Danish Oil and Natural Gas), a currently state-owned energy provider about to be privatized. Moreover, according to a posting on Indymedia UK, as well as several other sources, Anders has been among the attendees at the last five meetings of the Bilderberger gathering

7.2 Muslim Riots Aid Neo-Con Global Agenda
"As Kurt Nimmo points out, the three most offensive cartoons that caused the outrage were not even printed in the Danish Jyllands-Posten newspaper but were added in and handed out by Danish imams who “circulated the images to brethren in Muslim countries,” according to the London Telegraph."

5.2 Burning Down Danish Embassies: More Straussian Psychological Warfare?

2.2 Clash of civilisations - manipulation by the media.

How "Jewish" Zionists Fuel Hostility to Muslims *PIC*
"Agents of certain persuasion" are behind the egregious affront to Islam in order to provoke Muslims, Professor Mikael Rothstein of the University of Copenhagen told the BBC. The key "agent" is Flemming Rose, the cultural editor of JP, who commissioned cartoonists to produce the blasphemous images and then published them in Denmark's leading morning paper last September.

The International Herald Tribune, which reported on the offensive cartoons on January 1, noted that even the liberalism of Rose had its limits when it came to criticism of Zionist leaders and their crimes. Rose also has clear ties to the Zionist Neo-Cons behind the "war on terror."

Rose told the international paper owned by The New York Times that "he would not publish a cartoon of Israel's Ariel Sharon strangling a Palestinian baby, since that could be construed as 'racist.'"

Asked why he was protecting Sharon, a known war criminal, while abusing Muslims and their Prophet in the name of free speech, Rose told American Free Press that he had been "misquoted" in the Times article.

Rose traveled to Philadelphia in October 2004 to visit Daniel Pipes, the Neo-Con ideologue who says the only path to Middle East peace will come through a total Israeli military victory. Rose then penned a positive article about Pipes, who compares "militant Islam" with fascism and communism.

Burning of Danish and Norwegian flags in Arab world


Myron Fagan explains in his exposé "The Illuminati and the CFR" the following about WW3::

"World War III is to be fomented, using the so-called controversies; by the agents of the Illuminati operating under whatever new name; that are now being stored up between the political Zionists and the leaders of the Moslem world. That war is to be directed in such a manner that all of Islam and political Zionism (Israelis) will destroy each other while at the same time; the remaining nations, once more divided on this issue, will be forced to fight themselves into a state of complete exhaustion; physically, mentally, spiritually, and economically.


World War 3 - The Second of its Three Woes/Phases is another highly recommended read.


Bilderberg connection...

"In case you believe a newspaper 'accidentally' published the cartoon, without realizing the impact it would have, bear in mind that Merete Eldrup, Managing Director of JP/Politikens Hus A/S (the company that published the cartoons in Denmark) is married to Anders Eldrup, who has attended the last FIVE Bilderberg meetings (as reported by Tony Gosling, the UK Bilderberger Reporter)." - from an article by Michael B. Haupt ( www.threeworldwars.com)

From: x-915552 [mailto:randulf.johan.hansen {at }c2i.net]
Sent: Tuesday, 31 January 2006 5:47 AM
Subject: Burning of Danish and Norwegian flags in Arab world

As a Norwegian I am sorry to see that a newspaper in Norway has showed it’s submissiveness to world Jewry by printing a blasphemous drawing of the Prophet Mohamed. I am sure nationalistic Danes feel the same.

Danish and Norwegian politicians have said they can not stop editors of newspapers in printing what they want - these politicians hide behind the constitutional freedom of the press. Our people are proud of that freedom.

But and there is a big BUT, none of the newspapers in Denmark or Norway print negative attitude to the holocaust. No newspaper have published that Germany have imprisoned revisionists. Why? Because world Jewry do not want Denmark and Norway to know about the doubt related to holocaust.

Had Norwegians known that Germany imprisoned revisionists they would have asked "WHY?"



Subject: [ISB (Islamic Society of Britain) ] Danish Cartoon Crisis

Dear All
We at the ISB open e-group have been alarmed by the recent developments in the Danish Cartoon Crisis. Whilst we regret that the cartoons were ever done in the first place, we firmly believe that protesters must confine themselves to the letter of the law. We urge Muslims to remember the example of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) himself, who famously cared for a lady whose habit was to throw rubbish on him whenever he passed her way!
One question that many non-Muslims are wondering is what is all the fuss is about - they are 'only cartoons'. Aside from the Islamic teachings that forbid visual depictions of prophets and the libellous depiction of one of the greatest men in history, it can be summed up in one phrase: "Love of the Prophet". This is an almost inexplicable love which all Muslims share. To give you an idea, one of Prophet Muhammad's (peace and blessings be upon him) companions was being tormented by his captors about exchanging his life for that of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). He replied that he would rather be executed than contemplate a thorn in the Prophet's (peace and blessings be upon him) foot!   
A good explanation of the Muslim position can be seen from this comment piece in the Guardian recently by the editor of EMEL magazine, Sarah Joseph.


The freedom that hurts us

Printing cartoons of Muhammad creates fear and insecurity in Muslims across Europe

Sarah Joseph
Friday February 3, 2006
The Guardian http://www.guardian.co.uk/

The battle is set, of religious extremism versus freedom of speech. These are the lines drawn, or so we are told, in the escalating tensions worldwide surrounding the printing of images of Muhammad in Denmark and elsewhere in Europe.
Although the media is only now picking up on this story, my inbox has been receiving messages about these cartoons for weeks. The messages range from high-pitched to very thoughtful, but not one of them says, "Yeah, whatever ... "
There's no apathy surrounding this issue. This is because of the love felt for the prophet and religious norms in Islam. But also because it feeds into profound feelings of disempowerment, fear and insecurity among Muslims that Europe would do well to understand. In Britain, we should realise that Muslims here will be angry if the pictures are gratuitously published in British papers - not just because of the insults to Muhammad, but because it makes them feel disempowered. Protesting is the only way to regain some self-respect.
First, the easy part. Any depiction of Muhammad, however temperate, is not allowed. There are but a few images of him in Muslim history, and even these are shown with his face veiled. This applies not only to images of Muhammad: no prophet is to be depicted. There are no images of God in Islam either.
So there is hurt and anger, and the messages I receive reflect that. In response, they suggest different approaches. One is through lobbying: distributing the phone numbers of the newspaper Jyllands-Posten, the Danish ambassador, Denmark's parliament and everything else Danish, and urging Muslims to make their feelings known. We also have the boycott approach - "the only language the west understands" - listing every Danish product that one can buy. I also get messages from the great optimists, suggesting we use the controversy to explain the real nature of Muhammad, who returned insults with kindness. Indeed, Muslims would do well to remember that.
I have also been receiving other messages. These are the most worrying, and the ones of which Europe must take note. These are the messages of resignation. The messages that discuss exit strategies. The messages that question the very future of Muslims in Europe.
Why such hand-wringing over a few cartoons? The key is in the images themselves: Muhammad with turbaned bomb, Muhammad declaring that paradise had run out of virgins for suicide bombers, Muhammad with sword and veiled women. Muhammad in every Orientalist caricature. Muhammad as a symbol for Islam and Muslims. These are the stereotypes that, as Muslims, we face daily. The looks on the tube, the suspicion, the eyes on the bags we carry. There is no denying the feeling of being pushed against a wall, of drowning in the stereotypes that abound. This is no way to live, and it is certainly no springboard for making a major contribution to the society you live in.
The messages to my inbox of resignation, of fear, come with good reason. Some countries that have reprinted the images - Spain, France, Italy and Germany - have a nasty history of fascism. Just last week we had Holocaust memorial day. The Holocaust did not occur overnight. It took time to establish a people as subhuman, and cartoons played their part. Does Europe not remember its past and the Nazi propaganda of Der Ste�rmer?
Now the great shape-shifter of fascism seems to have taken on the clothes of "freedom of speech". If these cartoons were designed (by counterfeit-Jews) to provoke Muslim fundamentalists, maybe they have done more to reveal the prejudices of Europe. Europe has a history of turning on its minorities. Will that be its future too?

Sarah Joseph is editor of emel magazine