Monday, November 07, 2005





















Riot in Denmark
Authorities:
Rioters Trying To
"Take Down
Governments"



Pamela, over at Atlas Shrugs, has important info posted this morning. The Islamic rioters in France are calling for Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy to step down:


"We'll stop when Sarkozy steps down," said the defiant 17-year-old driver, identifying himself as Murat. He and several others were in police custody as smoke poured from the windows of the housing project behind them.

Atlas comment: if Sarkozy steps down, France is fini.-If they are to have any shot at all, the worst thing they could do was have the "insurgents" dictate who runs the goverment - Atlas


And, it seems, the rioting has rekindled in Denmark, where authorities are becoming convinced that this is all planned (Let me think, who has been saying that all along? Anybody? Anybody?):


Denmark
Further, a masked Muslim man in Denmark said:

“This is our area. We rule this place.”

Rocks and firebombs are being thrown in Danish neighborhoods, as Muslims in France continue their violent march into the heart of Paris.

According to both French and Danish officials, it is beginning to strongly appear that these insurrections are both coordinated and planned, in attempts take down both governments. The fear of many is that the Muslims’ insurrections will continue to occur throughout Europe.

Successive nights of riots have rocked parts of Århus, the second largest city in Denmark. Little to nothing has appeared in the English language press about the second front in the Eurabian intifada. Århus is home to an excellent Danish university, and is a place where I have spent some time. It is usually spelled “Aarhus” in English.

Fortunately, Hendrik, The Viking Observer, has translated in his blog a press account from Jyllands-Posten, a Danish newspaper which has been the target of Muslim protests for publishing drawings of the prophet Muhammad...


Extra! Extra! Read all about it, at Atlas Shrugs!