FLASHBACK: Nicolai Sennels:
“We are in the historical embarrassing situation that we have invited millions of people to our continent that do not want to integrate and are also not able to. Since the integration of Muslims will never happen – a fact I think that has already been proven years ago – we will end up with a significant part of our population that are actively working to Islamize our societies. There exist both Muslims and non-Muslims that see this Islamization as Islamic jihad – but it is more than that:
it is human nature. People who do not feel at home where they live will naturally strive to change their surroundings. Muslims attempts to Islamize our societies have just begun — as they are feeling stronger and stronger in power and numbers. This process is pushed forward by Muslim leaders inside and outside Europe and helped on its way by a kind of collective cowardice called Political Correctness.”
The Tundra Tabloids has been promoting the observations and thesis of Danish pyschologist Nicolai Sennels for some time now. The man spent a lot of time in the Danish youth correctional system as a social psychologist trying to help Muslim youths reform themselves. He walked away from that experience convinced that these youths, no matter were they came from in the Islamic world, have a “Muslim mentality” which kept them from accepting western values and the needed advice to help them rehabilitate themselves and become useful, productive people in Denmark. Trying to reform them was a useless experience. KGS
Berlin – Chancellor Angela Merkel has weighed in on Germany’s fierce immigration debate, acknowledging in an interview released Saturday that fervently religious Muslim youths tended to be more violent than others.
‘This is a big problem and we can talk about it openly, without arousing suspicions of xenophobia,’ Merkel said in the interview Bild am Sonntag newspaper, which is to be published Sunday.
Her comments came after central banker Thilo Sarrazin sparked outrage and debate with claims in his new book that Muslim immigrants are lowering German intelligence and harming society more than they contributed.
Merkel said it was important not to associate violence with a particular religion.
‘This is misleading. Violence amongst young people is often a sign that they see no perspective for themselves. All that helps is education, education, education.’
‘Our state is making many offers, but the main responsibility lies with the parents, and cannot be taken on by schools or the state,’ Merkel added.
Sarrazin, a member of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) received partial backing from party leader Sigmar Gabriel, who said there was an element of truth in his book, entitled Germany Abolishes Itself.
‘I think we are experiencing much of what he is describing in (the book). There is no question,’ Gabriel said. However he did not share Sarrazin’s thesis that Muslim integration problems resulted from genetic predispositions.