Si ayer AMDG colgó una noticia en la que se señalaba que los alemanes veían como una amenaza a los musulmanes, hoy toca a los ingleses y a los austriacos.
Noticia de The Times On Line (via The Cafeteria is Closed)
PEOPLE in Britain take a hard line against Muslims protesting violently against supposed insults to their religion, and are gloomy about future relations between Muslims and the rest of the population.
Muslims protested peacefully in Trafalgar Square yesterday. But a Sunday Times-YouGov poll of more than 1,600 people shows widespread public anger about protests earlier this month in Britain and the worldwide uprising in response to Danish cartoons picturing the prophet Muhammad.
The poll shows that 86% of people think the protests were “a gross overreaction”. By 56% to 29% respondents said it was right to publish the cartoons in Denmark and republish them elsewhere.
Earlier this month Muslim protesters in Britain carried placards urging violence and death against those who insult Islam, and celebrating last year’s July 7 London bombings. Asked about those protests, 58% said it made them angry and 76% said the police should have arrested those carrying offensive or provocative banners.
The police and politicians are criticised more generally for not confronting Islamic extremism, with 80% of respondents saying the authorities show too much tolerance of Muslims who urge extreme acts. Two-thirds, 67%, think this is because senior policemen such as Sir Ian Blair, the Metropolitan police commissioner, are too “politically correct“.
Such views have been brought to a head by last week’s conviction of Abu Hamza, the Muslim cleric, for inciting religious violence and racial hatred. After reports that his activities had been known to the police for many years, 67% believe he should have been arrested much sooner, and 69% believe he should have been given a “significantly longer” sentence than seven years.
The support for a tough line extends to the anti-terrorism bill, which returns to the Commons next week. Tony Blair backed down on a proposal for terrorist suspects to be held for up to 90 days without charge, but 44% of people back the extension to 90 days, against 42% who say 28 days is an acceptable compromise.
Where foreigners stir up racial and religious hatred, 81% of people think they should be sent back to their own countries, even if to do so would endanger their lives.
There is widespread gloom about the future, with 87% expecting further attacks in Britain by Islamic groups on the scale of the July 7 bombings; and only 17% seeing a future in which there is peaceful coexistence between Muslims and others in Britain, while 67% think there will be a worsening of tensions. This is also true internationally. While 34% say western nations can coexist peacefully with mainly Muslim countries, 45% disagree.
Dos notas a lo señalado en rosa:
a) los policías llegaron a TEMER que hubiera una revuelta: de nuevo, el miedo.
David Blunkett, the former Home Secretary, suggested that the police, MI5 and the CPS could have acted earlier to seize the cleric. He claimed that they rejected his warnings because they feared it would trigger a race crisis.
b) la cuestión de los derechos humanos: una de las cosas más interesantes, es que cuando el MI5 se entrevista con Abu Hamza, les pregunta: Pregunté sobre apoyar a grupos [terroristas] fuera de Inglaterra y me dijeron que no había ninguna ley contra eso, en este momento pero que la habría pronto. Eso fue muy importante para mí“. ¿Alguien cree que este tipo se pondría a decir las barbaridades que decía si la ley obligara a deportarle al lugar de donde hubiera venido? Hmm, NO. Es la permisividad la que hace que estos energúmenos actúen del modo en que lo hacen.
Así las cosas, los austriacos:
According to a new poll, 53% of Austrians think that there will be a “clash/fight between Christendom and Islam”. After 9/11, only 38% thought so. Well, it’s hitting home – and people are starting to realize that all you need to be is non-Muslim to become a target. Add to that the substantial number of Muslims in Austria….
Parece que Europa va dándose cuenta del peligro. ¿Se darán cuenta los políticos o continuarán siendo Estrellas?
Tags: Austria, Dhimmitude, Gran Bretaña, Great Britain, Terrorism, terrorismo