This is the future for those of us in the West if Muslim immigration is allowed to continue as before. Here in Finland, since there’s around 30 000 Muslims or so, the problem of Islamic hooliganism is not as servere as it is in Sweden and in Norway, though somebody who lives in Helsinki might disagree wih the TT.
Earlier last year, the pro-Israel community in Finland rallied behind Israel during Operation Cast Lead, voicing their support (the TT was along as well) for the Jewish state as it defended its citizens. The rally went unmolested during the entire planned march, and staging area, that could hardly be the case for Norway and Sweden.
Now Canada, the cradle of multiculturalism is experiencing what French, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch Jews and supporters of Israel have experienced for some time now. Vlad tells the TT that Nick Bergamini will be interviewed on the phone by Michael Coren on his show tonight at 6pm. KGS
H/T Vlad Tepes
A well-known student supporter of Israel at Carleton University and an Israeli engineering student at the university say they are counting themselves lucky to have survived an attack with what they say was a machete near a Gatineau bar early Monday.Nick Bergamini, 22, vice-president of the Carleton University Students’ Association, said he and roommate Mark Klibanov were leaving Le Volt bar on Promenade du Portage at 1:45 a.m. when a group of about 10 men began yelling in English and Arabic that they were Zionists and Jews.“These people must have been Carleton students because I recognized one of them,” Bergamini said. “I said I love Israel because I support Israel’s right to exist.“I told them not to do this because I knew who they were, but I got hit hard on the back of the head. We ran to the bar entrance because bar security was there.”The two men later decided to walk across the Chaudière Bridge to Ottawa when the crowd surrounding them dispersed about five minutes later. As they walked through a parking lot near the bridge, however, a car with three men inside pulled up beside them.“One of them rolled down the window and said: ‘I am the one who hit you, you f—–g Jew,’ although I am not a Jew,” Bergamini said. “Two guys came out of the car, and one of them tried to kick my roommate.“One attacker said, ‘Open the trunk,’ and another guy pulled out a machete that glinted in the street lights. I yelled that they had weapons, and we started running as fast as we could. I saw the guy wind up with the machete as I looked back.”Bergamini and Klibanov reported the attack to Gatineau police on Monday and said they planned to tell university officials about it. Gatineau police Lt. Gilbert Couture confirmed that police were investigating the attack, but provided no further details.