Freddy Thielemans: “Ich bin ein freier Denker”

 "Ich bin ein freier Denker," sagt Freddy Thielemans. Wirklich? Viele Kritiker zweifeln daran, nachdem der sozialistische Bürgermeister von Brüssel eine Demonstration unter dem Motto "Stoppt die Islamisierung Europas" (SIOE) verboten hat.

Die Demonstration war für den 11. September vorgesehen, und die Organisatoren aus Deutschland, Großbritannien und Dänemark hatten geplant, ungefähr 20.000 Menschen aus ganz Europa nach Brüssel zu bringen, um dort nicht nur gegen islamistischen Terrorismus zu protestieren sondern auch gegen etwas, was sie als "schleichende" Einführung der Scharia in ihre Gesellschaften bezeichnen. Der Marsch hätte vor dem Europäischen Paralment mit einer Schweigeminute für die Opfer der Terroranschlage von 2001 in den USA enden sollen. Die Organisatoren hoffen jetzt, dass das belgische Verwaltungsgericht morgen die Entscheidung des Bürgermeisters außer Kraft setzen und die Demonstration wie geplant erlauben wird.

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Give up Kosovo or else, Albanian official

FILE PHOTO: Kosovo Albanian Muslim fighters pose happily for a picture after beheading several Serbs.

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Antisemitism and the Turkish Islamist 'Milli Gorus' Movement: Zionists/Jews 'Bacteria,' 'Disease'

A Turkish Flash TV interview (http://www.milligorusarsiv.com/videolar/file.php?f=5 ) with former Turkish prime minister Prof. Necmettin Erbakan, who is the founder and leader of the Islamist movement Milli Gorus, was aired July 1, 2007 as part of a pre-election program.

Erbakan is the leader and mentor of the ruling AKP leadership, including both Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and presidential candidate Abdullah Gul - both of whom have in the past been active members of Erbakan's political parties, filling mayoral, ministerial, and parliamentary posts. All of Erbakan's parties have been banned by Turkish court orders.

In his campaign to promote his Islamist Happiness Party (SP) prior to the July 22, 2007 general elections, Erbakan reiterated antisemitic statements in this interview, as well as in interviews with other TV channels. In his public speeches, he expanded on these views, frequently referring to "Zionists" (meaning, in fact, the Jews) as "bacteria" and "disease," to crowds of tens of thousands, at every stop on his campaign trail, including Ankara and Istanbul, and especially in Anatolian cities such as Konya, Elazig and Trabzon.

The following are excerpts from the Flash TV interview:

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Dutch support Kosovo partition if both sides agree

NEBI QENA
Tuesday, August 28, 2007 1:52 PM 

PRISTINA, Serbia-The Netherlands would support Kosovo's partition along ethnic lines if ethnic Albanians and Serbia's officials agree on it in upcoming talks aimed at resolving the issue, the Dutch foreign minister said Tuesday.

Maxime Verhagen encouraged negotiators to break the impasse over the future political status of the volatile province and "think out of the box and not to stick to positions."

"If those parties ... can accept a solution which is also workable, which can be put on the ground, then it is of course supported by the Netherlands, including nontraditional solutions," Verhagen told reporters.

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Andreas Glarner (SVP) unterstützt die linke Empörungsindustrie. Und wir unterstützen ihn!

  Andreas Glarner nimmt kein Blatt vor den Mund und spricht aus, was viele in diesem Land denken. Schickt ihm ein Unterstützungs-E-Mail. Er wird von den Linken scharf angegriffen und muss natürlich mit einer Anklage wegen Verstoss gegen das Anti-Rassismusgesetz rechnen. Politiker wie Glarner bringen dieses Land weiter.

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Reconsidering the Role of the Warrior in Our Post-Enlightenment World

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Turkish Armed Forces Issued a Stern Statement to Mark Victory Day - One Day Before Gul Becomes President

Turkish Chief of General Staff General Yasar Buyukanit’s written statement came three days before the 85th anniversary of August 30 ‘Victory and Armed Forces Day’ in Turkey.

In his strongly worded message General Buyukanit said, “Sinister plans to destroy the unity of our people and the democratic, secular nature of our country are emerging every day in different shapes and forms. Turkish Armed Forces as it has in the past will continue to guard and protect Turkey as a democratic, secular, social state of law, without compromise.”

Gen.Buyukanit remembered the importance of the day that marked the victory at the end of the independence war out of which the Turkish Republic was born and reminded that it was Ataturk’s democratic revolution that abolished the sultanate and caliphate and brought the republic where sovereignty belongs to the people. Gen Buyukanit said that there are increasing attacks against the military from within and form outside the country, the aims of which are well known by the members of Turkish military. He said, “Our nation is watching the behavior of centers of evil who systematically try to corrode the secular nature of the Turkish Republic and the unity of our nation”.

Gen. Buyukanit added, “None of these threats and offenses can deter or tire the Turkish Armed Forces from its disciplined determination to follow the modern and dynamic Ataturk Doctrine that is based on science and knowledge – and which is far from being an ideology. This strength to resist exists in the very genes of the Turkish Armed Forces.”

This statement comes one day before the controversial election of Abdullah Gul, an Islamist, as president.

Source: All Turkish dailies, August 27, 2007

The Drug-Terrorist Connection

By Douglas Farah

There is much written on terrorist financing and possible sources of radical Islamist financing. We write about the Saudis (true), commodities (true) and many other parts of the puzzle. But, as the latest U.N. assessment from Afghanistan shows, one of the biggest sources of revenue now available to at least some parts of the Islamist forces is from heroin production and trafficking.

Afghanistan has set a new record on poppy production this year, as it did last year, and the year before. Who protects the poppy, the growers and the transporters? The Taliban, getting a two-for-one hit: enormous amounts of money and the change to help the West rot out from within.

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Nijmwegen: Aus Bibelmuseum wird Koranmuseum

 Wer nicht glaubt, dass europäische Institutionen sukzessive von finanzkräftigen Investoren aus der islamischen Welt aufgekauft werden, sollte einmal das frühere Bibel-Museum im niederländischen Nijmwegen (Foto) besuchen.

Akte Islam berichtet:

Das Bibel-Museum nahe Nijmwegen erhält 500.000 Euro aus dem Golf-Staat Oman und wird fortan ein Koran-Museum sein. Früher war das Gelände eine Pilgerstätte vorwiegend katholischer Christen. Es wurde umbenannt in “Museumpark Orientalis”, erhält ein Mohammed-Museum und eine Moschee. Ein Bischof klagt gegen die Umwidmung des Geländes. Er hatte Gelder zurückgezogen, nachdem die Museumführung beschlossen hatte, “multikulturell” zu werden. Jetzt springen bei der Finanzierung islamische Staaten ein.

» NisNews: Former Bible Museum Opens House of Koran

Islamisierungskarte von Deutschland

IslamisierungskartePI-Leser Tom schickte uns heute eine von ihm eigens erstellte Landkarte der Islamisierung Deutschlands (Datenquelle: Bundeswahlleiter.de und Wikipedia). Die Karte verdeutlicht, wie weit die Islamisierung vor allem im Rheinland und im Südwesten schon fortgeschritten ist, von den Großstädten Berlin, Hamburg und Stuttgart ganz zu schweigen. Hier klicken zur vergrößerten Ansicht.

Zwischen Dialog und Dressur

Neben dem Kopftuch gibt es kaum ein Thema, das im „Dialog mit dem Islam“ höhere Wellen schlägt als der Bau von Moscheen, die Deutschland und Europa in ein „Land des Friedens“ verwandeln sollen. Nicht ohne Nachdruck verbreitet hier eine Lobby von „Referenten“, „Beauftragten“ und sonstigen „Experten“ im Auftrag ihrer Institutionen – Partei, Stiftung, Universität, Justiz, Kirchen, Medien – die Botschaft der islamischen „Toleranz“, der die Westgesellschaft stetigen „Respekt“ zu zollen hat.

Dies sichert auch die islamische Seite selbst ab, die nicht nur mit Öl und Geld überzeugende Argumente vorweisen kann. Wie die türkische Ditib der Bundeskanzlerin unlängst verdeutlichte, sind es auch die islamischen Vertretungen, von denen die Sicherheit der Bundesrepublik abhängt. Kein Wunder, dass die deutsche Islamlobby inzwischen auch die Aufgaben einer „Dressurelite“ erfüllt, die das Geschäft der anderen Seite erledigt. Der Begriff der Dressur-elite kommt aus der US-Politikwissenschaft. Er bedeutet in diesem Zusammenhang, dass der hierzulande geforderte und geförderte „Dialog“ mit dem Islam kein Instrument der Diskussion, wohl aber der Volkserziehung ist. Lees verder...

Aanslag in Brussel is kwestie van tijd

08/08/2007 14:00

Marokkanen. Oorlogscorrespondent Arthur van Amerongen is er sinds zijn studietijd in Amsterdam aan verslingerd. Nadat hij afstudeerde, werd hij jarenlang oorlogscorrespondent in het Midden-Oosten. Het afgelopen jaar dook hij onder in de Brusselse moslimwereld in Brussel. Zijn boek BXL EURABIA is even verbluffend als hallucinant.

In 2006 won Arthur van Amerongen de Prijs van de Nederlandse journalistiek voor een evenwichtig verhaal over Marokkanen in Het Parool. In 2005 won hij samen met Rob Muntz De Zilveren Reissmicrofoon voor De inburgerking, een programma op VPRO, alweer over Marokkanen. Altijd hield hij die getergde bevolkingsgroep dicht tegen de borst.

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Gaza Strip: Fuel supply renewed

Gaza Strip's fuel authority on Wednesday confirmed the shipment of fuel had been renewed. The European Union suspended fuel deliveries to a major Gaza power plant after it started to suspect the Strip's Hamas rulers were pocketing electricity revenues, the AP reported.

On their part, Hamas officials denied skimming money, saying the allegations were cooked up by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' government in the West Bank. The fuel cutoff left at least half of Gaza Strip's 1.4 million residents in the dark and without fans as temperatures soared to 34 degrees. Without enough power to keep pumps going, authorities began rationing water.

The electricity outage initially started Friday after Israel closed a fuel crossing with the Strip, citing security threats. Although Israel reopened the crossing on Sunday, the fuel shipments were not renewed because the EU notified the Israeli fuel vendor that it would not pay for them. On Tuesday, the EU declared it would resume fuel payments to the power plant, but that the plant must be audited.

© 2007 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)

PM Erdogan: The Term “Moderate Islam” Is Ugly And Offensive; There Is No Moderate Islam; Islam Is Islam

Speaking at Kanal D TV’s Arena program, PM Erdogan commented on the term “moderate Islam”, often used in the West to describe AKP and said, ‘These descriptions are very ugly, it is offensive and an insult to our religion. There is no moderate or immoderate Islam. Islam is Islam and that’s it.”

Source: Milliyet, Turkey , August 21, 2007



Posted at: 2007-08-21

Terrorist is secretaris bij integratiestichting

vrijdag 17 augustus 2007 08:11

De Nederlandse moslim Omar Altimimi (38), die onlangs negen jaar cel kreeg wegens het plannen van terreuraanslagen, blijkt secretaris te zijn van een Rotterdamse stichting die de integratie tussen jongeren moet bevorderen.

Altimimi is een in Jemen opgegroeide Irakees, die in de jaren negentig aan de Rotterdamse Vletstraat woonde. In 2004 ging hij vanuit Nederland naar Groot-Brittannië om daar asiel aan te vragen.

Altimimi staat bij de Rotterdamse Kamer van Koophandel ingeschreven als secretaris bij de Stichting Al-ansaar Human Relief International-Holland (SAHRIH). Volgens deze inschrijving zou hij in Koeweit zijn geboren.

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Bisschop: Laten we God voortaan Allah noemen

dinsdag 14 augustus 2007 07:57

God kan wat bisschop Tiny Muskens van Breda betreft net zo goed Allah worden genoemd. 'Allah is op zich een heel mooi woord voor God. Waarom zeggen we niet allemaal: We noemen God voortaan Allah?', aldus de 71-jarige bisschop.

Bisschop Muskens
Bisschop Muskens vindt dat God net zo goed Allah genoemd kan worden

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A Worthwhile Reminder of the Stakes With Saudi Arabia

The official Saudi sponsorship of religious intolerance is not unknown, but every once in a while it is good to remember exactly who we are dealing with.

This is especially true in the case of Saudi-supported charities and organizations operating in the United States, who portray themselves as the face of tolerant Islam.

My most recent reminder was from the official website of Saudi Airlines, outlining what infidels can take into the country.

Tucked away in the Customs Regulations section is this:

A number of items are not allowed to be brought into the Kingdom due to religious reasons and local regulations. These include alcoholic beverages, pork and pork products, prohibited drugs and narcotics, firearms, explosives, edged weapons and pornographic materials.

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Demonstration am 11.9.2007 in Brüssel gegen die zunehmende Islamisierung Europas verboten!

Stellungnahme

des „Bundesverbandes der Bürgerbewegungen zur Bewahrung von Demokratie, Heimat und Menschenrechten e.V" (BDB) zum demonstrationsverbot am 11.9.07 durch den Bürgermeister der Stadt Brüssel

Zu unserer tiefsten Enttäuschung hat der Bürgermeister von Brüssel, Freddy Thielemans, die von mehreren europäischen Organisationen, darunter auch PAX EUROPA, geplante und im Mai angemeldete Demonstration für den Erhalt der Freiheit und gegen die Islamisierung Europas verboten. Jeder aufrichtige Demokrat kann diese Entscheidung nur schwerlich nachvollziehen.

Sogar in der Türkei haben Hunderttausende im Frühsommer diesen Jahres gegen die fortschreitende Islamisierung demonstrieren dürfen. Nur in EU- Europa soll das nicht mehr möglich sein?

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The Return of Resource Nationalism

August 13, 2007
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In early 2007, Venezuela’s president Hugo Chavez gave some of the world’s biggest oil companies a choice (HChron): turn over majority control of their projects to a state-owned company and remain as minority partners, or face a complete nationalization of operations in Venezuela’s Orinoco River basin. The region’s reserves may rival those of Saudi Arabia, so for major oil companies the stakes were huge. Ultimately, Exxon and ConocoPhillips opted to leave, while BP and Norway’s Statoil decided to stay. The move proved especially costly for Conoco, which reported a 94 percent drop in the year’s second quarter earnings—a direct result of losing its Orinoco holdings (FT). Exxon said it was too early to gauge the impact of the seizure.

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Albanian gangs forming drug alliance with South American mafia

August 12th, 2007

The 2007 World Drug Report issued by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes is pointing to an alarming new drug alliance between the notorious South American drug lords and the Albanian drug mafia in the Balkans that already controls much of the wholesale network in Europe.

Under section Concerns about cocaine along the Balkan route (p 83):

“While most cocaine shipments from South America continue to be directed towards western Europe… some shipments to East Europe and the Balkan countries have been noticed by enforcement agencies.”

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International Community Must Save Arab Society from 'Pernicious and Lethal Disease' of Islamism

In a July 23, 2007 op-ed on the liberal website Bila Hudud, Moroccan Berber author Abdelhamid Assassi writes that the vast majority of the Muslim world lives in ignorance and would prefer Osama bin Laden to secular democracy. He argues that these societies must, with help from the international community, take a difficult path towards secularization.

Assassi, who lives in the Rif region of northern Morocco, writes regularly for Arabic-language liberal websites and heads the youth section of the liberal Moroccan Renewal and Equity Party.

The following are excerpts from his July 23, 2007 article: [1]

Most Arabs Would Prefer a Bin Laden-Led Caliphate to Secular Democracy

"It is true that the Hamas organization rose to power in a transparent, democratic manner. It is also true that a significant portion of the Palestinians voted for Hamas, supposing that it could solve their problems with Koranic verses about taking refuge in Allah and the Day of Judgment, and through hadiths about [Muhammad's horse] Al-Buraq and about the stones and the gharqad tree:

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New Hizballah Dedicated Networks in South Lebanon?

By David Schenker

Buried in the last paragraph of a story in the Lebanese daily An Nahar today was a short paragraph describing a request by Hizballah to the council of ministers to “extend telecommunications cables in the areas of the south next to the public telephone lines.” The Lebanese Government is said to be studying the request.

This odd tidbit appears in an article with the subtitle “The Government Addresses the Extension of Phone Networks for Hizballah in the South.” The article itself provides few details, but raises a lot of questions. Why does Hizballah need its own dedicated communications network in the South, particularly given the proscriptions contained in UN Security Council Resolution 1701?

One Europe, Many Counterterrorism Policies

August 6, 2007
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There is little question the United States remains a prime target for terrorists, but since President Bush declared a “war on terror” in 2001, Europe has in some ways proven a more active theater in that struggle. An April 2007 Europol report (PDF) counts 706 terror-related arrests inside the European Union in 2006 alone. These numbers do not include Britain, which claims to be investigating some 1,600 terror suspects, though it is reluctant to divulge details. Yet the wider European Union appears to recognize that a more coordinated approach may be necessary, particularly in light of the latest attacks in Britain.

While nothing like the 9/11 attacks have occurred on European soil, its cities and citizens have been targeted at least as often. TIME points out that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) central role in Afghanistan has “raised the incentive” for terrorists to strike at Germany, France, and Britain, and Claude Moniquet of the European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center says terrorists are trying to open a “new jihad” (Deutsche-Welle) in Europe. Britain’s support for the Iraq war makes it a target, just as it put Spain and Italy in the crosshairs while their troops made up significant contingents in Iraq. In early July, Spain concluded the trial of twenty-eight suspects implicated in the 2004 Madrid bombings (AP). Italy recently arrested three people suspected of operating a terrorist training school.

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Geef aanvallers ex-moslim Jami de maximumstraf

maandag 6 augustus 2007 09:56

Het is zaterdag 4 augustus 2007. Hij liep rustig een supermarkt uit. Ja, ex-moslims moeten ook boodschappen doen. En dat doen ze niet in een geheimzinnige ondergrondse winkel, maar gewoon in een openbare, voor ieder toegankelijke supermarkt.

Ik weet niet waar hij met zijn gedachten was. Misschien dacht hij aan zijn boek. Of het mooie weer. Vergis je niet: ex-moslims kunnen ook genieten van het mooie weer. Het weer is ook openbaar en toegankelijk voor een ieder.

Vrij
Ondanks de dreigementen van Allah, zijn zonen en zijn salafistische handlagers is de publieke ruimte, de ruimte waarbinnen wij ons vrij mogen bewegen. De staat is in het leven geroepen om voor allen die vrijheid te waarborgen.

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Met islamitisch bankieren worden de gewone moslims bedrogen

Door: Hans Jansen

Nederland is arm aan mythen. De christelijke mythen over de wederopstanding en de vergeving van zonden hebben voor velen hun aantrekkingskracht verloren. Zelfs het geloof in de goede gaven van Sinterklaas is op zijn retour. Daar moeten natuurlijk nieuwe mythen voor in de plaats komen. Een heel mooie mythe, van islamitische afkomst, is het geloof in de renteloze maatschappij. De parel in de kroon van de renteloze maatschappij is de halal-hypotheek, die desondanks recht geeft op renteaftrek bij de inkomstenbelasting.
Mythen hebben vooral grote aantrekkingskracht op ingenieurs en economen. Dat is een misschien trieste bevinding van de godsdienstsociologie, maar we zien het hier weer overvloedig geïllustreerd. De econoom Wouter Bos, voorheen Shell, voorheen tovenaarsleerling bij Zalm, gelooft graag in de mythe van de renteloze islamitische hypotheek.

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State of the Albanian Organized Crime

By Ioannis Michaletos | Blog
July 27, 2007

The Albanian Organized Crime groups constitute one of the most expanding and networked criminal groups in contemporary Balkans & Europe. Further, their role in the political developments in relation to the Kosovo issue, or the domestic Albanian events should be assessed as well. It is more than certain that any move towards Kosovo independence is strongly supported by them, in order to expand their bases in a newly formed state, thus legalizing to an extent the underworld realm on which they thrive nowadays.

Albanian organized crime groups are hybrid organizations, often involved both in criminal activity of an organized nature and in political activities, mainly relating to Kosovo (1). According to the UN Information Service, “It has become more and more difficult to distinguish clearly between terrorist groups and organized crime units, since their tactics increasingly overlap.  The world is seeing the birth of a new hybrid of “organized crime -- terrorist organizations”, and it is imperative to sever the connection between crime, drugs, and terrorism now.” (2) The interrelation between crime and terrorism has its own international and regional ramifications as an attack against the USA Embassy in Athens-Greece revealed last January, that seems to originate from the triangle between Kosovo-Tetovo-Albania and the arms smugglers networks there (3).

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Saudis financed terror in Kosovo

July 19, 2007 9:41 AM
SERBIANNA

July 26, 2007 - Confidential reports by the Central Intelligence Agency have found that a prominent Saudi banking family, Al Rajhi, is a major financier of jihadist activities in Kosovo and Bosnia and their bank, the Al Rajhi Bank, is the most favored bank by the world's extremists to funnel money for violent Muslim activities across the globe.

"There is no reliable estimate of how much the Al Rajhis have given to promote Islam over the years," assesses the Wall Street Journal after examining the secret CIA documents and concludes that the "overseas money went to aid embattled Muslims in Kosovo, Chechnya and the Palestinian territories and to finance Islamic instruction."

The Journal says that in the aftermath of 9/11 the American officials agonized over what to do about the bank's financing of terror.

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Kosovo in the 1980s: Murders, Rapes, and Expulsions

By Carl Savich
July 27, 2007

I. Introduction: Ethnically Pure “Kosova”

To understand the Kosovo separatist conflict of 1998-1999, the background must be analyzed and examined. Did the Kosovo conflict emerge sui generis? What was the context and background of the conflict? To understand that, the decade before must be analyzed, the 1980s. Kosovo in the 1980s is where the conflict arose.

From 1981 to 1989, 20,000 Kosovo Serbs are estimated to have fled from Kosovo. There was a massive campaign to drive out the Kosovo Serb population through ethnic murders, rapes, attacks, beatings, desecrations of churches, cemeteries. From 1982 to 1984, 10 rapes were committed, while 11 attempted rapes were committed against Serbian women by Albanian men. In this period, 286 crimes were committed against Kosovo Serbs, while 1,249 misdemeanors were committed against Kosovo Serbs.

A Kosovo Albanian Muslim leader, Fadil Hoxha, incited Kosovo Albanians to rape Kosovo Serb women. Kosovo Albanian Muslims engaged in a systematic and planned policy or campaign to expel Kosovo Serb Christians from Kosovo.  This ethnically and religious motivated campaign of genocide against Kosovo Serbs has been largely suppressed and censored in the US and the West. Through the infowar technique of “emphasis”, these human rights abuses have been de-emphasized and buried and spin doctored away.

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