Dutch Queen calls for stability

24 09 2010

From Radio Netherlands Worldwide:

In Tuesday’s speech from the throne, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands stressed the importance of a stable government and a balanced budget. She warned that the effects of the economic crisis will be felt for many years to come and that the next cabinet will have to build on the measures taken for 2011.

She also called on the public and government to continue efforts to ensure social cohesion. She stressed there has to be tolerance, give and take and a willingness to adapt. This is a clear reference to the ongoing coalition talks between the free market VVD, Christian Democrats and Geert Wilders’ anti-Islam Freedom Party.

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2 responses

29 09 2010

Social Cohesion??
What is cohesive about being fearful of those who vociferously call for our death and demand complete submission?

That’s not community cohesion, that is comlete despair, wrapped up in the wrong idea of tolerance, which is where they use our ideals to trap us.

Climb out of their wrapping and boxed trap, we must, think and act like the brave Dutch forefathers, brave Danish, and brave – again – Americans and British. Queen Boudicca’s speech when facing the brutal oppressive Romans will help us. We need to be true to ourselves, our nature, our children and our ancestors. And to our Maker.
Submission to brutality was never the plan.
We can stop it, if we have the spirit to.
Its in our blood. Collective, good, infidel blood of good, noble infidel blood. We need to live up to it and save ourselves. We are no slaves, while we still have a country.

3 10 2010
Faruuqe Ahmed

Why are you so cranky with the Muslims? Did they conspire to murder Jesus?

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