Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Europe the Orwellian Animal Farm

A demonstration in Brussels was initially planned in sympathy with 9-11 victims, it's banning became quite obviously a signpost of something else altogether. Pointed at the political force driving the banning of such an event, it made the point of addressing a grand cultural hijacking. We then find this chilling quote by a non-authority feigning authority:
The head of the Council of Europe - a mainly human rights watchdog based in Strasbourg, France and not an EU institution - branded the protesters bigots and said they were a threat to Europe's values.

"It is very important to remember that the freedom of assembly and expression can be restricted to protect the rights and freedoms of others, including the freedom of thought, conscience and religion," secretary general Terry Davis said.
Gates of Vienna notes that in an act of good old fashioned act of traditional European repressiveness, that the Police went straight for the suits
Here, the police are openly brutalizing a member of the EU parliament. The Baron thinks this poor guy is probably Frank Vanhecke, president of Vlaams Belang, though he would welcome correction from anyone who is sure of the man’s identity…

…oh, at this point of course, one is supposed to mention Vlaams Belang as the mandatory “extreme right wing” party. Remember the rules: the Left are activists and the Right are extremists. It’s from the international MSM-journalism style book.

It’s interesting how the police deliberately targeted many of the suits, who were not inciting anyone or threatening revolt.

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