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Austrian Author Tells Truth About Foreign Religion, Warns U.S. Of Danger


Civil War : Where When How Who ?


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Civil War : Where When How Who ?

I Do Not Know.

I Can make Only A Swiss Dystopia.

Soon In Switzerland We Will Have To Vote On Accepting The E.U. To Go Over Swiss Justice. That Mean Swiss Says No On Something, And The Other Part Go To The E.U. And Obtain A Yes. It’s Crazy. (Islam And Migration). All The Left Coalition Is Working For It. I Have To Say That We Did Have To Vote Three Times For Or Against The Adhesion With The E.U. (Three Times NO). But Pressure By E.U. Blackmailing, Threatening With Boycott And So On. To Have a Swiss Deal.

Let’s Say The Left Manage To Sell Their Idea And Agenda To The People (Let’s Say 51 Against 49).

At This Point We Are In Secession, Leading To Insurrection. We Are In The Same Situation Than Ukraine.. Civil War, Two Governments. The Newly Made European Army (Already A Reality) Could Take Easily The Towns Of : Basel, Schaffhausen, Geneva, And Zürich ; But Will Be Stop At Lucern, A Strategic Point, And Entrance To The Heart Of Switzerland. Lucern Could Become Such A Disaster With Heavy Humans Lost (Horror Of War) That Will Shock All European Countries..

And Then May Start Insurrection In Other Part Of Europe Until The Dissolution Of The European Union And The Restoration Of Nations States.

I Can Write That Because I’m Swiss, But This Could be In Sweden, United Kingdom, Some Place In Germany, Similar Thing, Different Sparks..

Many People In Europe Says : This Will End In Civil War !

A Hope ? A Mean To An End ? A Wish That Will Never Come True, Believing That The Good People Stay Silenced, And Obey. And Let The Annihilation Proceed..

Once Again I Don’t Know,

But This Will End In Civil War !

Wil.

Scandza Forum, Copenhagen 2019


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Millennial Woes’ speech “Regenerate Against the Machine”, at the Scandza Forum in Copenhagen in October 2019.

Mark Collett at The Scandza Forum, Copenhagen, 2019.

Fróði Midjord giving the introductory talk at the Scandza Forum on national populism, Copenhagen, 12 October, 2019.

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Scandza ForumAntifa Chaos in Copenhagen, Danish Police Concede – Frodi Midjord

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1st Of August : Swiss National Day


1st Of August : Swiss National Day

728 Year Ago The End Of The Christian Kingdom In The Holy Land (1291); And The Birth Of A Small Nation, That Will End In 26 States With Its Own Police Force, Food Specialities, Education And Spoken Language. Never Got A King But The Voices Of The People Under God.

Pride Humility and Responsibility

The Swiss National Anthem

When the morning skies grow red,
and over us their radiance shed
Thou, O Lord, appeareth in their light
when the alps glow bright with splendor,
pray to God, to Him surrender
for you feel and understand
that He dwelleth in this land.
In the sunset Thou art night
and beyond the starry sky
Thou, O loving father, ever near,
when to Heaven we are departing
joy and bliss Thou’lt be imparting
for we feel and understand
that Thou dwellest in this land.
When dark clouds enshroud the hills
and gray mist the valley fills
yet Thou art not hidden from thy sons
pierce the gloom in which we cower
with Thy sunshine’s cleansing power
then we’ll feel and understand
that God dwelleth in this land

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The Mad Monarchist: Lies The Iranian Revolutionaries Told You


Please Read The Whole Post. Here Is Just The Part Where The U.S. Made One Of Its Worst Mistake…And Other Mistakes Will Follow. Luckily The U.S. Have Change Its Policies In The U.N With Nikki Haley.. And Trace New Tracks For The Future..

I’m Positive That Trump Administration Will Act More Wisely. After Obama “Mess Up” To Say The Least.

Wil.

Lie #3: The Ayatollah stood up to the evil Americans
Like the previous lie, the mullahs in Iran have gotten a great deal of mileage out of this lie, particularly as America becomes more unpopular. The Ayatollah Khomeini is portrayed as the courageous man of principle who stood up to the big, bad American wolf. In fact, the Ayatollah was a liar from start to finish who lied to everyone and we now know from recently declassified documents that he actively courted the support of the United States and tried his best to tell American leaders everything they wanted to hear. We also now know that, despite the lies the Carter administration has been telling for years, that they made a conscious decision to abandon the Shah and did not think the Ayatollah would be so bad (which shows how incompetent Carter and crew were, if any more evidence were needed on that front).

The Iranian Imperial Family
Again, it depended on which party was in power in Washington as the Ayatollah knew early on which side was most likely to believe him. We now know that in 1963 he sent a letter of support to President John F. Kennedy (Democrat) but knew better than to waste his time on President Richard Nixon (Republican). The Ayatollah lied, lied and lied again to the American government and, unfortunately, some of them believed him. He said that he wanted MORE of an American presence in Iran, not less, so as to offset the influence of the British and Soviets in the country. We now know that President Carter strongly and bluntly “advised” the Shah to leave the country for a “vacation” and that this would likely mean the end of his regime. They naively hoped for a third option (a familiar song, yes?) between the Shah and the Ayatollah, probably a military figure who would have a new, republican regime with the Ayatollah acting as a sort of pope-like spiritual advisor. Again, the incompetence of the Carter administration staggers the imagination.

For his part, the Ayatollah continued with his lies, telling the Americans he was their friend, promising that he would keep his country “un-aligned” in the Cold War, would continue to do business with America, would keep strong the military ties between the United States and Iran and that he would continue to sell America oil. In fact, he promised to sell oil to everyone with only two exceptions: Israel and South Africa, which is rather interesting. He was most concerned about the Iranian army and the royalist generals who he feared would be able to stop any uprising he could instigate if they really came out in force. However, his Democrat friend in Washington helped him out on this front. As well as condoning the return of the Ayatollah to Iran, the Carter administration passed word to the Ayatollah that most of the Iranian military leadership was not so royalist as everyone believed and that they would likely go along with whoever was able to take power. When the Ayatollah was timid, President Carter gave him the confidence he needed to go ahead.

 

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Lies The Iranian Revolutionaries Told You
— Read on madmonarchist.blogspot.com/2016/06/lies-iranian-revolutionaries-told-you.html

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What About Switzerland ?


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Is Democracy A Blessing Or A Curse ?

I Still Believe In Swiss Direct Democracy, It’s Its Birth In 1291 On This Very Principle.

One For All, All For One. We Got 26 States, With Their Own History, Religion, And Food Specialities..Own Culture In Other Words. You Can’t Bend Them To Give Up Their Own Identity.

Confoederatio Helvetica – Helvetia

Behind This Banner, All, Equaly, Discuss The Future Of Our Country. What Future, What Visions Are In Our Political People And Even More Institutions. To E.U. Three Times We Said No, And Time Again You Hear : When We Will Be In The E.U. Bla Bla Bla.. Some Don’t Get IT.

We Had Last Sunday A Vote (Unnecessary) To Give E.U. A Say On Our Justice System, Giving Them The Last Word In Case Of Comflicts.. (See :

Switzerland: “Creeping EU Accession”

Here The Story Of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff  ( Of Austria E.U. Country )

What She Did Is To Call The “Perfect Man” Muhammad : Pedophile, (a person who is sexually attracted to children ) This Perfect Man, married A Six Years Old Girl Named Aïcha And Consume The Marriage When She Was 9 Years Old ) It’s Crazy…  She Lost !!!!!!!

“”Islamic blasphemy laws have now been elevated to the law of the land in Europe.””

The European Court of Human Rights Submits to Islam

 

So, So What About Switzerland ?

Its Protection Of Animals (Non-Halal)

Its Ban Of Minarets And Prayers Calling

Its Ban On Burka

Its Restrictions On Mosques (Who Is Paying For That…)

It’s Christians Heritage On Christmas And Other Fest, The Ringing Of Bells That Offend …

 

 

“The Curse”

And the people went into their hide, they oh

From the start they didn’t know exactly why, why

Winter came and made it so all look alike, look alike

Underneath the grass would grow, aiming at the sky

It was swift, it was just, another wave of a miracle

But no one, nothing at all would go for the kill

If they called on every soul in the land on the move

Only then would they know a blessing in disguise

The curse ruled from the underground down by the shore

And their hope grew with a hunger to live unlike before

The curse ruled from the underground down by the shore

And their hope grew with a hunger to live unlike before

Tell me now of the very souls that look alike, look alike

Do you know the stranglehold covering their eyes?

If I call on every soul in the land on the move

Tell me if I’ll ever know a blessing in disguise

The curse ruled from the underground down by the shore

And their hope grew with a hunger to live unlike before

And the curse ruled from the underground down by the shore

And their hope grew with a hunger to live unlike before…

 

 

 

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Switzerland Has Lots Of Guns. But Its Gun Culture Takes Different Path From US.


Marksmen fill the recreation hall of this sand-colored shooting club in the wooded hills outside Bern, capping off a weekend competition to commemorate the 1798 Battle of Grauholz in the French Revolutionary Wars.

There is no shortage of patriotism here – there is even a yodeling club dressed in traditional red-trimmed black felt jackets – and indeed, for many Swiss citizens, guns are as central to their identity as the Alps. Switzerland has one of the highest per capita rates of guns in the world. “Every Swiss village has a range just like this one,” says Renato Steffen, a top official of the Swiss Shooting Sports Association, representing the group at the event. The association counts 2,800 such clubs across the country, with a youth wing for children as young as 10.

If this seems like a scene that belongs in gun-loving America, there the similarities end. The Swiss’s historic relationship to their arms as members of a standing militia, their motives for keeping them, and the regulations around them diverge from the American experience. It’s one reason that the prevalence of arms here is not accompanied by a scourge of gun violence.

Yet Switzerland does provide clues for gun ownership in America. Here divisions also have emerged after gun tragedies and efforts to rein in use – and the story is not settled as a new gun-control directive comes from the European Union. But ultimately the two sides have found consensus, getting beyond polarization that paralyzes the American debate even after such tragedies as the school shooting in Parkland, Fla. Those who loathe guns here accept their deep-seated position in Swiss tradition as they push for more controls, while gun advocates have pushed back but ultimately accepted more rules and oversight in the past 15 years.

“We can live with the restrictions placed on us until now,” says Kaspar Jaun, president of the Battle of Grauholz association, before hurrying off to prepare for the awards ceremony for best marksman.

‘Sport and protection of country only’

There is no official count of guns in Switzerland. But according to the Geneva-based Small Arms Survey, Switzerland has more guns circulating per capita than any country besides the US and Yemen. The most recent government figures estimate about 2 million firearms in Swiss households. Conscription is mandatory for Swiss males, and citizen soldiers store their weapons at home, making up the bulk of guns in households today.

The militia, and the culture it has fostered, is seen as part of the common good, binding a nation together in a mission of national security. That differs widely from America’s individualistic gun culture. According to a Pew poll in 2017, 67 percent of those who own guns in the US cite their personal protection as a major motive.

And differences with the US don’t end at cultural ones. In Switzerland, regulations have become much more stringent since the free-wheeling days before a Weapons Act was put into place in 1999. And they have steadily tightened over the past 15 years. Military guns, once given to members after their service and passed down for generations, can now only be acquired after service with a firearms acquisition license. Since 2007, army-issued ammunition cannot be kept at home. A gun under the bed for self-protection? Impossible in Switzerland.

Loaded guns, whether military or for sport, cannot be carried on the streets here without a special permit which is rarely issued. Because of conscription, the Swiss are highly trained in weapons handling and storage. As he drives away from the shooting range Sunday, Mr. Steffen says he would never want the right to transport his army rifle loaded. “No, no,” he says, “that is crazy. For us, guns are for sport, and protection of our country, only.”

Switzerland does grapple with gun death rates higher than European neighbors, the vast majority of it suicide. Guns also play a troubling role in domestic disputes. But unlike the US, gun deaths out of self-defense are a rare phenomenon. Criminologist Martin Killias, at the University of St. Gallen’s law school, built a database looking at homicides committed in self-defense over a 25-year period ending in 2014. Of 1,464 homicides, in 23 cases defenders killed victims in self-defense or under duress. In 15 of those cases, a firearm was used, nine of which were the weapons of on-duty police officers.

The homicide rate in the US is about six times that of the Swiss national average. But when comparing domestic violence that ends in death with a firearm, the ratio is just under 2 to 1, a much smaller gap of gun deaths between American and Swiss households. “It is very illustrative,” Mr. Killias says. “It’s not so much that American people are more aggressive, or Swiss are so terribly more peaceful, it’s simply that gun use in the street [in the US] is quite common,” he says. “That is why robbery quite often ends with a shooting in America, whereas in Switzerland it is practically never the case.”

Switzerland’s gun debates

Nonetheless, the debate has still been divisive and bitter here. Josef Lang sits on the opposite end of the spectrum as men such as Steffen, and still receives hateful threats and messages over his role in the gun control movement in Switzerland.

A pacifist activist since the 1980s, Mr. Lang was a parliamentarian in 2001 in the canton of Zug when a gunman stormed the chamber. He ducked underneath the desk in time and survived, but nearly 20 years later he recounts vividly every second of the 2.5 minutes gun spree during which 14 of his colleagues around him were killed. He remembers the feeling of a bullet grazing his bushy hair.

With each incident, laws have tightened to get rid of loopholes. After the Zug massacre, gun control advocates pushed for cantonal police registries to be linked and for tighter controls for private gun sales. In 2006, after Swiss alpine skier Corinne Rey-Bellet and her brother were killed by Corinne’s estranged husband with his military rifle, rules banning the storage of military ammunition at home were created. Today, military members can choose to also keep their weapons at a central arsenal.

The battle hasn’t always favored gun control. In a 2011 referendum voters would have, among other things, required military arms to be stored in a central arsenal. Fifty-six percent voted against it. Today, many feel satisfied with where Switzerland is on gun control. “Swiss laws give freedom to the citizen but at the same time they attempt to reduce abuse with guns,” says Luca Filippini, the president of the Swiss Shooting Sports Association.

Switzerland’s reform history provides a lesson for the US, argues Erin Zimmerman, an American living in Switzerland who is a former US police officer and gun owner. While the country is vastly different from the US in demographics and population, she believes it shows the possibility of consensus for sensible gun regulations.

To underline the point, a nongovernmental organization she belongs to, Action Together: Zurich, led a fundraiser for the US-based nonprofit Everytown for Gun Safety, timed to a visit to Zurich this week by former White House strategist Steve Bannon, who has resisted gun-reform efforts in the US.

While some US states have been able to pass gun reform, she says Americans in the national debate are too often only presented with “zero-sum” options. They are cast as simply pro- or anti-gun, making middle ground choices more elusive. “Switzerland has done a really good job of modeling that,” she says.

Creeping ‘Americanization’?

Now, however, the battle is heating up once more in Switzerland – and some worry about the creep of “American” mentalities. In response to the wave of terrorist attacks in Europe starting in 2015, the EU has imposed tighter gun restrictions. While Switzerland is not part of the bloc, it does belong to the passport-free Schengen area and so must adhere to EU rules.

Mr. Filippini argues the rules won’t have any bearing on terrorism, which is committed by criminals using illegal weapons and methods such as trucks. Gun advocates have promised to fight it in a referendum if it’s adopted into Swiss law and in general worry this is just the beginning of interference from the outside into their gun rules.

Both sides are staking their positions as gun-owning households in Switzerland has waned, in large part because the Swiss military has reduced its size by about sixfold since the 1990s. Today, 22 percent of households say they own guns, compared to 35 percent 15 years ago. Still, Lang worries about language he hears from the hard-line gun lobby about “self-protection,” against refugees and migrants or cuts in police budgets, a concept that is largely a taboo in Swiss society. Lang calls this the “Americanization” of the Swiss mentality.

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French and Swiss police arrest 10 jihadis in counterterrorism raids


 

 

Ten people suspected of using encrypted social networks to prepare a possible attack have been arrested in counterterrorism operations in France and Switzerland, according to French officials.

It’s every day in Europe — and the enemedia in the USA blithely ignore it.

As an aside, the authorities should not reveal that they are discovering these plots via the app Telegram. If we know anything about the global jihad movement, it is adaptable and mutable. They plan for failure; it’s why they have been able to continue to grow and spread despite the extensive, albeit sharia-compliant, counter terrorism programs in the West.

Police cite developing plots involving encrypted social media to commit unspecified acts

The Associated Press Posted: Nov 07, 2017:

Ten people suspected of using encrypted social networks to prepare a possible attack were arrested Tuesday in counterterrorism operations in France and Switzerland, according to French officials.

Among those arrested were a 23-year-old Colombian woman and 27-year-old Swiss man, both targets of a Swiss investigation into banned Islamic extremist groups.

Searches were still underway Tuesday afternoon in the Paris suburbs and in southeastern France.

Counterterrorism investigators detained nine people in France and one in Switzerland in operations aimed at clarifying details of the suspected plot, according to a French judicial official. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation, would not provide details about their identities.

Violent acts

In parallel to the Swiss investigation, French authorities opened a probe in July focused on suspicious activity by a person in Switzerland using the Telegram network, according to a French judicial official.

The Swiss-based chief suspect had communicated with people in France on social networks about unspecified violent acts, the official said.

A French security official said the suspected plot did not appear to be fully developed but authorities acted Tuesday out of concern that the group was moving toward action.

Among French towns targeted in the operation were Aix-en-Provence in southern France and Menton on the Mediterranean coast as well as Paris suburbs, according to the security official.

The office of Swiss Attorney General Michael Lauber said the arrest there followed searches of buildings in the French-speaking Vaud and Neuchatel regions of western Switzerland.

Happy Swiss National Day


1291 The End Of The Kindom Of Jerusalem, The Birth Of A Confederation. Brave Crusaders Fighting For This Land, This New Country. A Land Of Rules And Of Freedoms.

Wil.

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The Federal Charter of 1291

The Federal Charter from early August 1291 is Switzerland’s oldest constitutional document. In this ancient pact, the valley communities of Central Switzerland, Uri, Schwyz and Nidwalden pledged to help each other resist any threat of violence or injustice. Foreign judges were not to be tolerated, while the existing power balance remained intact.

The federal charter of 1291
Procedures for criminal and civil cases and for disputes among the signatories were also laid down.

This Federal Charter has been officially regarded as the founding document of the Swiss Confederation only since the end of the 19th century. The Federal Council was primarily responsible for this, as, taking its lead from the charter itself, it organised national jubilee celebrations in 1891 and then in 1899 made 1 August the National Day of the Swiss Confederation.

Underlying this was the conviction that the democratic Federal State of 1848 represented a continuation of the Old Swiss Confederacy that existed before 1798, and that the historical nucleus of this Confederacy lay in the Alpine regions of Central Switzerland. This belief was linked to the legend that a group of freedom-loving men had sworn an oath of confederate alliance on the Rütli meadow above Lake Lucerne. This view of history has since been instilled in every Swiss schoolchild as a compulsory element of the curriculum.

Invoking the Federal Charter as the most venerable version of the Swiss Constitution and thus establishing a centuries-old, binding tradition of a society sworn to uphold freedom helped to cement national cohesion in the democratic Federal State. The pressure of political developments after 1930 led to the Federal Charter being regarded as more than simply the basis for a defensive alliance, but as a resolute response to the threat posed by foreign powers.

Thus, through the practical application of this lesson in history, the public came to perceive this ostensibly unprepossessing document with its symbolic character as a key element of Swiss historical and political culture in general. This also led to the Federal Charter Archive being established in Schwyz simply in order to house the Federal Charter. The Archive, in 1999 renamed the Museum of Swiss Charters, was opened as a national memorial in a ceremony in 1936.

The Old Swiss Confederacy, however, was far less significant in the late middle ages, and it was not unique either. It constituted a peaceful alliance of a type also found elsewhere at the time. The Charter certainly did not amount to a revolutionary act of self-determination by the peasantry, but rather secured the status quo in the interests of the local elites.

For centuries, this alliance of the valleys of Central Switzerland from 1291 received practically no mention, the document itself only being rediscovered in 1758 in the Schwyz archives. In the constitutional tradition of the Old Confederacy prior to 1798, the alliance of 1291, in contrast to the Federal Charter of 1315 (Pact of Brunnen), played no role. Nor is there any indication that it served as a model for subsequent federal alliances. Unanswerable questions relating to its historical provenance and interpretation also suggest that the contemporary importance of this document in more recent times has been considerably overestimated.

An appropriate assessment of the historical circumstances does not detract from the enormous cultural value of this prominent document, which is still referred to regularly in present day political debates.

Summary of the Latin text

For the common good and proper establishment of peace, the following rules are agreed :

  1. In view of the troubled circumstances of this time, the people and communities of Uri, Schwyz and Nidwalden promise to assist each other by every means possible against one and all who may inflict on them violence or injustice within their valleys and without.
  2. Each community shall help the other with every counsel and favour and at its own expense in the event of any assault on persons or goods within and without the valleys and to this end have sworn a solemn oath to uphold this agreement in confirmation and renewal of a more ancient accord.
  3. Every man shall continue to serve his overlord to the best of his abilities.
  4. The office of judge may not be obtained for any price and may only be exercised by those who are natives or resident with us.
  5. Any dispute amongst the Confederates shall be settled by the most prudent amongst us, whose decision shall be defended by all.
  6. Those who commit murder shall themselves be put to death. A murderer who flees may never return. Those who protect him shall themselves be banished from the valley until they are recalled by the Confederates.
  7. Those who maliciously injure others by fire shall lose their rights as fellow countrymen, and anyone who protects and defends such an evil-doer shall be held liable for the damage done.
  8. Any man who robs a Confederate or injures him in any way shall be held liable to the extent of his property in the valleys.
  9. The property of debtors or sureties may only be seized with the permission of a judge
  10. Every man shall obey his judge and must if need be indicate the judge in the valley before whom he must appear.
  11. Any man who rebels against a verdict and thereby injures a Confederate shall be compelled by all other Confederates to make good the damage done.
  12. War or discord amongst the Confederates shall be settled by an arbiter and if any party fails to accept the decision or fails to make good the damage, the Confederates are bound to defend the other party.
  13. These rules for the common good shall endure forever.

Done with the seals of the three aforementioned communities and valleys at the beginning of August 1291.

Zurich shooting: Three people injured after man fires on people praying in mosque


 

+ Well If It Was A Swiss, He Didn’t Miss!!! An Hoax ?? May Be ! Wil.

Zurich shooting: Three people injured after man fires on people praying in mosque

Updated about 9 hours agoTue 20 Dec 2016, 2:11am

A man has stormed into a Zurich mosque and opened fire on people praying, injuring three, police say.

Key points:

  • Two of three men are seriously injured, police say
  • Officers said a body was found nearby, would not comment on link to shootings
  • Centre is registered as association enabling Muslims to practice their religion

Two of the three men — aged 30, 35 and 56 years — were seriously injured shortly after 5:30pm (local time), Zurich city police said.

The suspect, a man around the age of 30 years old according to witness accounts, then fled the mosque, police said.

Officers said a body was found nearby, but could not comment on any link to the shootings while investigations were ongoing.

Police said they had collected evidence inside the building and could not further comment on the motive or the suspect’s background.

He was wearing dark clothing and a dark wool cap, they said.

Police had sealed off the block near the mosque. About 20 police officers were present and an ambulance had driven away, a witness said.

The centre is registered as an association enabling Muslims to practise their religion, particularly through instruction on Islamic beliefs and teachings, as well as providing for the preservation of Islamic cultural values and scientific seminars, according to Swiss business data website Moneyhouse.

People at the scene told the Reuters news agency the Islamic centre on Zurich’s Eisgasse was used as a mosque, often by Somalis.

“We never once had a problem,” said Abukar Abshirow, a Somali who said he was a regular worshipper at the centre that attracted Muslims from around the world.

“We never had anyone come and say: ‘Why are you here’. We never had that.”

Across Switzerland, two thirds of its 8.3 million residents identify as Christian, but in recent years the country’s Muslim population has risen to 5 per cent.

In 2009, a nationwide vote backed a constitutional ban on new minarets.

The Federation of Islamic Organisations in Switzerland said the centre was not a member and it did not have any direct knowledge of the incident.

Another umbrella group, the Swiss Islamic Central Council, was not immediately available for comment.

Reuters

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-12-20/three-people-injured-in-shooting-at-zurich-mosque/8133972

 

Switzerland, Attack on Train


HORROR: Fire and Knife Attack on Switzerland Train Leaves 7 Badly Wounded, Stabbed, Burned Including Child

ByPamela Geller on August 13, 2016
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A man on the train used flammable liquids to attack men, women and children in the horror incident near Salez in St Gallen Canton, close to Liechtenstein. Seven stabbed.  Police said two men, aged 17 and 50, and three women, aged 17, 34 and 43, were burned by the fire or suffered knife injuries.

Some of the injuries are said to be serious, and the attacker himself is also thought to have been injured.

The incident comes after Muhammad Riyad, a 17-year-old Afghan refugee, attacked passengers on a train in Wuerzburg, southern Germany, with an axe in July – injuring 19.

It is not known if the attack is terror related.

A police statement said the assailant was a 27-year-old Swiss citizen and that he was also injured in the incident.

It was not clear whether the man was under arrest and the statement revealed no possible motive for the attack, but did say a criminal inquiry was under way.

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The statement said: ”According to current information a 27-year-old Swiss man poured out a flammable liquid. He was also armed with at least one knife. The liquid caught fire.”

“Motive unknown.”

BREAKING: Horror as seven stabbed in fire and knife attack on train in Switzerland SEVEN people have suffered burn and knife wounds in an attack on a Swiss train, The Express, August 3, 2016:

St Gallen Police confirmed the attack today

The attack happened on the line between Buchs and Sennwald at around 2.20pm, before the train reached Salez station.A man on the train used flammable liquids to attack men, women and children in the horror incident near Salez in St Gallen Canton, close to Liechtenstein.The suspected attacker was taken to hospital after the incident near Salez in St Gallen Canton, Swiss media has said.St. Gallen cantonal polices spokesman Bruno Metzger said: “Among the injured is at least one child.”

Police later said three 17-year-olds were among the injured, as well as a 50-year-old man, as well as the six-year-old child.

Two other victims were 34 and 43.

Several dozen passengers were on board at the time of the attack.

Photos of the scene are emerging@InfosFrancaises

Police, ambulances and helicopters remain on scene in Switzerland but the attacker is in hospital

The incident comes after Muhammad Riyad, a 17-year-old Afghan refugee, attacked passengers on a train in Wuerzburg, southern Germany, with an axe in July – injuring 19.It is not known if the attack is terror related.A police statement said the assailant was a 27-year-old Swiss citizen and that he was also injured in the incident.It was not clear whether the man was under arrest and the statement revealed no possible motive for the attack, but did say a criminal inquiry was under way.

The statement said: ”According to current information a 27-year-old Swiss man poured out a flammable liquid. He was also armed with at least one knife. The liquid caught fire.”

Swiss police later said they have not ruled out the motive being a “crime of passions”.

A police spokesman told welt.de: “A terrorism background still seems very, very far-fetched.”

Seven injured in Swiss train attack

The attack took place on a train right before it reached the station in Switzerland

One villager told Swiss media: “We have heard that a man has a woman on fire in the train”First I thought of a terrorist attack.”It is the first attack of its kind in Switzerland in recent memory.There have been a string of assaults on the public in neighbouring France and Germany, as well as Belgium, over the past 18 months, most of which were claimed by the Islamic State militant group and killed more than 250 people.

Passengers are reported to be “seriously injured”.

Emergency services have surrounded the scene, including firefighters, three rescue helicopters, two emergency physicians, three ambulances and experts from the railway companies.

– See more at: http://pamelageller.com/2016/08/fire-and-knife-attack-switzerland.html/#sthash.wQppn65j.dpuf

 

 

EU Wants to Disarm Swiss People. Swiss say NO – urge you to say LEAVE


EU Wants to Disarm Swiss People. Swiss say NO – urge you to say LEAVE

EU Wants to Disarm the People

Is it still bizarre or just funny? The European Union wants to toughen gun control laws. And not for EU member states only but for every Schengen associated country. Switzerland is a part of Schengen since 2005. During the referendum, the pro committee always said that this membership won’t restrict our liberal gun laws.

In today’s situation it seems that this promise was a lie. EU head Jean-Claude Juncker wants a rougher gun law because of the possibilities for terrorists to get weapons. Wow! I never thought that terrorists respect the law and only use legally bought guns…

The newest restrictions include semi-automatic civil guns which look like (army) assault rifles. And here’s the beef: the large majority of our soldiers – our army is organized as a militia – keep their rifle at home. The newest restriction ideas from Brussels would make Switzerland less safe. Funny, right? And it would destroy the Swiss traditions we have since the old age of “Wilhelm Tell”.

Another part of the new EU gun draft concerns the way how you get a gun. In Switzerland you only need to have no criminal record and a certificate for buying a gun. The EU commission wants to add a proof of requirement where you have to declare yourself as a huntsman, shooter or collector. And you only get a gun buying certificate after a medical check-up. So, future terrorists will make legal armed attacks because they’re not insane. Yes, it make sense… NOT.

There is no peace for our time. Terrorists are threatening our freedoms and our way of life. After the attacks in France (a gun free zone!) and incidents of sexual harassment by migrants in Cologne and other German cities it’s understandable that many people are buying pepper spray or visiting self-defence courses. And some of them want to defend themselves with a gun.

The new EU regulations and bans are no solution. It creates more problems. And there are already enough problems in Europe: There are still the Euro crisis and mass immigration. Let’s start here and stop damaging the liberal gun law of Switzerland.

Juncker may say that it’s all for security. The EU commission should better listen to Benjamin Franklin: “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.”

In 2001, over 76% said No to the EU in a referendum. Today the number would be much higher.

 

The Brexit is the first step to a free and self-determined life. We all are facing challenges and we have to solve problems. But there is no solution that fits for all. So there is no reason to stay in the European Union, an organisation which is far away from the UK and its needs.

The EU was initially founded as a free trade market. But politicians have transformed it in a political monster. This creature wants to run everybody’s life. Prime Minister David Cameron shows us that even the government of a member state cannot change the wrong policies of the EU. In Brussels, there is no debate, there is no separation of powers, and there is no democracy.

The British people deserve a better future. And this future is better off out.

Sandra Schneider Herzig

Sandra is a member of SVP and member of city council (parliament) of Biel/Bienne – a city in the canton of Bern. Sandra on Facebook

 

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Brother Tariq: The Doublespeak of Tariq Ramadan by Caroline Fourest


Brother Tariq: The Doublespeak of Tariq Ramadan

by Caroline Fourest

Five Years of Deep Work To Uncover The True Face Of Tariq Ramadan. (Wil)

https://carolinefourestenglish.wordpress.com/a-propos/

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Brother-Tariq-Doublespeak-Ramadan/dp/1904863264/ref=sr_1_1?s=dvd&ie=UTF8&qid=1466956471&sr=8-1&keywords=Brother+Tariq%3A+The+Doublespeak+of+Tariq+Ramadan

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Head of the Swiss Army fired the Alarm


7.01.16

The former head of the body now head of the Swiss army fired the alarm about the worsening social imbalances, the terrorist threat and the risks associated with migration.

André Blattmann, like any member of the Swiss army, a hybrid character civil half military half. Specialist in air defense and for pilot training, he took command of Swiss forces in 2009.
Commenting for the first time the situation since the attacks in France on November 13, he warned against an “explosion of insecurity in the last two years”, this while the defense budget had been significantly reduced. He then explained: “Although we have not been directly affected by the events of the war in the world today, we can already feel the effects.
He continued: “The terrorist threat increases, hybrid wars are becoming more frequent, the economic outlook has darkened and migration caused by these wars and economic problems have already taken an unsuspected proportion, exacerbating competition the labor market.
Finally, he emphasized that “the mixture is becoming more explosive” and that “the foundations of prosperity are once again called into question.” In conclusion, and according to him, the situation is reminiscent of the years of the interwar period, and Swiss citizens should arm themselves to face the challenges ahead.
In the Schweiz am Sonntag newspaper, the head of the army resumed its warnings against social unrest in Europe. He sees evidence of these in the form of increasingly aggressive public speeches.
André Blattmann was initiated several years preparing Switzerland to react to various threats, including one imagined the secession of a French territory, that decides to attack its neighbor. Obviously, these comments were strongly criticized by the left and the Greens policies. They claimed that these statements were “exaggerated” and that all was well in the best of worlds – that of the Confederation course.
But they would do well not to take lightly the words of this soldier.
For the record, André Blattmann had explained a few days before the November bombings: “The terrorist threat is more concrete again to the West. “Result: 130 dead …
It is worth remembering that most Swiss are armed. 3,000,000 firearms thus account for 8 million people. Each Helvète, almost, since each has his gun Swiss citizen is a soldier, even if the ammunition is being kept dissociated in the barracks.

To be clear I support The Swiss Army ..Whatever Semper Fi, The question of implicate the Army in protection of civilians from all kind of Jihadist, will be the question in few countries on the run of 2016

  • Protecting the Borders, Keeping The Inland Safe (Wil.)

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Mittageisen – Persistence of Memory


Mittageisen – Beständigkeit der Erinnerung  

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mittageisen

 

 

 

 

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Swiss Association Vigilance Islam


After books, action. Author of two books critical of Islamic fundamentalism, journalist Mireille Valette just founded the Swiss Association vigilance Islam (ASVI), to “bring together those concerned about the Islamization of Switzerland and Europe,” explained Time at the end of June It now has several dozen members. What for? Interview.

Mireille Valette, why create this association?

Because the development of a literal Islam in Switzerland favors the claims contrary to our values, equality between men and women, for example, and bears generally affecting the secular character of our society. Gradually we come to accept requests for halal meals, medical examination of Muslim women by women, the veil in public places or schools. In the past, girls are so designated as sexual objects and boys as potential predators.

The creation of an association against Islamism would it not have been clearer? You shuffle the debate.

Thorny problem. The literal Islam considers the Koran as perfect. However, this book contains precepts, injunctions regarding such unacceptable amputation of thieves, slavery, women, polygamy, treatment of religious minorities, etc.

In your opinion, can not be a Muslim without being Islamist?

One can, fortunately. But when in the Tribune de Geneva from July 7, Gottfried Locher, president of the Swiss Council of Religions, explains a point to debate with leaders recognized Swiss Muslims is the issue of “freely leave his religion” and that the debate ” will be hot “because” deny his faith in Islam is not a sinecure, “I conclude that these religious leaders who say all year long they comply with Swiss law in fact does not meet the one of its basic components, the freedom of conscience. Can they really be considered integrated … moderate Muslims? And the three imams interviewed by this time from April 30, including that of the great mosque of Geneva, who refuse to condemn the stoning and polygamy, they represent Islam or Islamism? As our association, “there is no watertight division” between the two approaches.

Our societies have accepted their own Christian Diversity. Why not adapt to certain requests of Muslims?

Which ones? I do not accept any compromise on the claims which are or bigoted or reactionary. Those relating to women, morals or freedom of expression. It is very weakened. Self-censorship is widespread. The intolerance of the devotees is so integrated that deprogrammed early manifestations of our cultural heritage. See recently Britten’s opera. On his blog, Hani Ramadan, director of the Islamic Center, attributes all the ills of the planet “Zionism” without arousing the slightest indignation. Now the radicalization of Muslim communities in Europe and Switzerland is accelerating, especially among youth.

The University of Fribourg Switzerland has launched a Center for Islam “include Muslims in a scientific dialogue, subject to qualitative criteria of rationality.” It is opposed by the UDC. What do you think?

Basically, I was favorable. I am more after making a survey to be released in September. The center will address such professionals in contact with Muslims. I fear alas whether example to explain to healthcare professionals how to “treat the Muslim woman” to fit his beliefs rather than teaching them how to understand that Switzerland, patients are treated on an equal basis regardless of their religion or gender.

You condemn the “convenience of the elites face retrograde claims of Muslim communities.” In Geneva, in which facts are you referring to?

The scarf girls is accepted in all schools. A prayer room was installed Lullier. An opera by Britten was canceled and rescheduled. Left, particularly the Greens, no critical debate on Islam or on the sailing is possible on behalf of the refusal to stigmatize.

Your association has set itself the aim of participating in political debate. How?

By entering for example the collection of signatures on the initiative on banning the full veil in Switzerland. I also would dream to launch an initiative banning the wearing of headscarves by students in Geneva.

blog: http://boulevarddelislamisme.blog.tdg.ch/

Remembering our Dead : Luxor 1997

 

1st Of August, Swiss National Day


 

 

 

Nigel Farage Over the Years


6 may 2015

Nigel Farage has been the leading voice for UKIP over the years – today, let’s get him elected to Parliament

Nigel Farage speech in Switzerland

https://swissdefenceleague.wordpress.com/2015/01/09/nigel-farage-speech-in-switzerland/

Nigel Farage speech in Switzerland


Farage, leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party delivers a speech during an extra-ordinary meeting of the AUNS in Winterthur

 

 

The Campaign for an Independent and Neutral Switzerland (German: Aktion für eine unabhängige und neutrale Schweiz or AUNS, French: Action pour une Suisse Indépendante et Neutre or ASIN, Italian: Azione per una Svizzera neutrale e indipendente or ASNI), abbreviated to AUNS, is a conservative political organisation in Switzerland. It was founded in 1986 and formed out of the Committee Against UN Membership (German: Aktionskomitee gegen den UNO-Beitritt). Since April 2014, Lukas Reimann has been the president of AUNS, taking over from Pirmin Schwander.[1]

The main purpose of the organisation is the prevention of membership or close affiliation of Switzerland with the European Union. As of 2014, the AUNS had 30,100 members, down from 45,000 at the end of 2004.[1]

The AUNS is closely associated with the Swiss People’s Party (SVP). It was presided by Christoph Blocher from 1986 to 2003, and is strongly associated with Blocher’s rise to a dominating figure in Swiss politics and the rise of right-wing populism orchestrated by SVP campaigns in the 1990s and 2000s.[2] While the AUNS can be considered influential with regard to the gradually increasing prominence of populism in Swiss politics, it has been unsuccessful in most of its specific campaigns.

Its only success was the decision against joining the European Economic Area in 1992, while its campaigns against the participation of the Swiss Army in armed UN peace-keeping missions (2001), against Swiss succession to the UN (2002), against the bilateral treaties with the European Union (Bilaterale I 2000, Bilaterale II 2004, right to move directive (2004), Schengen treaty 2005). and against payment of a billion Swiss Francs to the EU Cohesion Fund (2005) failed to convince the electorate.

On its website, the AUNS explicitly distances itself from racism, antisemitism and neo-Nazism, arguing that their ideology is the direct opposite of National Socialism which aimed at an “empire as dictatorship” while their own ideal is “independence, neutrality and direct democracy in Switzerland”[3]

http://asin.ch/

 

Switzerland : Wars and rumours of Wars



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