Finland Media activism

Finnish Newpaper Union Pimps Journalism Week With Terrorist Scarf…….

“World outlook or just fashion? School Journalism Week is here again 4.8.2.2008. Get acquainted with a week’s worth of planned teaching material.”

You see how far dhimmitude, or the Palestinianization of Europe has gone? This advertisement was found on the pages of the Keskisuomalainen, (Central Finland’s largest newspaper) announcing the upcoming annual journalism scholastic week this February.

You will see this “Arafat terrorist scarf” everywhere you go in the streets of Finland. It’s rather disgusting sight to see, especially when it’s politically marketed, then accepted as a fashion statment.

These are nothing but “dhimmi” scarves when wrapped around a neck of naive western kid or adult. It becomes a “support for terrorism” scarf when the person wears it in solidarity with the Palestinians or jihadis in general. Disgusting *L* KGS

Vasarahammer adds: Well, it’s kind of ironic to have Arafat scarf in the advertisement of Newspaper Union. It accurately describes the worldview that those newspapers try to promote.”

5 Responses

  1. Any chance you could come up with more of those anti-science and pro-magic articles you love so much, about climate change? I mean, you certainly don’t believe climate change could be anthropogenic, now do you? Just another way to kill your non-existent credibility…

    And by the way, you could do well to learn to write English. It must be hard for somebody who doesn’t speak it very well, but it should be done nonetheless, if you want any credibility. 🙂

  2. An ad hominem argument consists of replying to an argument or factual claim by attacking or appealing to a characteristic or belief of the person making the argument or claim, rather than by addressing the substance of the argument or producing evidence against the claim.

    It is especially telling when it is done anonymously.

  3. Well, it’s kind of ironic to have Arafat scarf in the advertisement of Newspaper Union. It accurately describes the worldview that those newspapers try to promote.

  4. ISLAMOfashion — a hilarious mock-umentary KABOBfest.com created about the kuffiyeh kraze. You’ve got to check it out!

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