Denmark And The Burkha

Why Danes Hate Islam.

By Philip Jones 26th August 2009.





“Let me state it clearly: Muslims ought to live in Muslimland - and that's not here.”
Danish member of the European Parliament, Mogens Camre.

I don't like the Burkha; but then again I don't have to. It's not my choice, it's the choice of those who wear it. On the other hand, I don't like the way Danish women dress themselves these days either. Perhaps instead of considering as to whether the Burkha, which let's be fair is only worn by a small number of Muslim women in Denmark should be banned, perhaps we should consider banning those awful `half mast `pants` and all the other pseudo masculine clothing which has become the uniform of choice for the vast majority of Danish women today.

I have lived in Denmark since early 1996, and my overriding impression of the Danes, (with some exceptions) is of an arrogant, self aggrandising and bigoted little people who due to decades of indoctrination and State sponsored programming, are `locked ` into a narcissistic and uniform (almost `Borg`)[6] like mindset, which in its application to those who do not share the same insular and prejudiced world view and stunted culture, is anything but benign; but rather, is malevolent, Sociopathic[7], all pervasive, and extremely effective in its ability to degrade and demoralise.

Having written at length about this country previously,[1] it will suffice to say that there is much more that is rotten in the state of Denmark, than its just its `pork.`

The Danish Government is the most dictatorial in Europe without question. There can be no doubt that it has been at the very least, the bureaucratic model for the European Union, and like the latter, churns out laws which proscribe almost anything relating to personal choice, liberty and independence. It is no exaggeration to say that in Denmark, a person's life is micromanaged not only from cradle to grave, but 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year every year. It is difficult to think of any aspect of one's daily life which is not legislated for.

What makes this scenario all the more uncomfortable for those who come to live here from elsewhere, is the abject acceptance and compliance, nay, the glorification of their imagined `perfect` model of life, by the Danes.

It is not my intention to allow this article to run into multiple parts so I suggest to the reader that he or she visit the links at the reference section and read my previous essays which expose the sorry state of things here in this old European land.

To the point:

“There is no place for Islam in Europe and our first priority must be to repatriate the Muslims.” Danish member of the European Parliament, Mogens Camre:

There can't be too many people who consider themselves politically `aware` who have not seen, read or heard something about the blasphemous cartoons published a few years ago by the Danish `Newspaper` Jyllandsposten, depicting the Holy Prophet of Islam in an outrageous and highly derisive manner.

At the time, I was incredulous as to why a major national daily would commit such a provocative act, considering the tense relationship between the Muslim community and the host population here. The pretence of `taking a stand for free speech` certainly made me suspicious, as any non-Dane who has lived in Denmark will know; free speech is reserved for Danes only.

Today, I fully understand the thinking behind those ridiculous caricatures; Provocation !

Muslims in Denmark are treated very differently to those living elsewhere in the west. For example their attempts to build a Mosque have been thwarted time and again by the weight of Danish bureaucracy [8]. In 2009, there is still no purpose built Islamic house of worship in Denmark, nor for that matter, any dedicated Muslim cemeteries either.

Unlike in other countries in Europe and the West, Muslims who display their faith publicly by their mode of dress for example, are purposely kept out on the fringes of Danish society, and looked down upon simply for being different. I have had many contacts within the local Islamic community and there is a sense of desperation therein. They feel socially and politically impotent. They are relegated to the lower end of the Job Market and are victims of a form of social injustice which is intensely xenophobic.

The current fires of civic unrest seen recently here in Denmark involving young Muslim boys, are most certainly being fuelled by what can only be regarded as an intentional policy of defamation and degradation of all things Islamic, orchestrated at the very highest state level

Those who have taken an interest in the post 9/11 world, will not be surprised when I say that the numerous Anti Islamic reports which frequent the national `ruse` papers here, on an almost daily basis, bear all the hallmarks of a state sponsored `agent provocateur` operation. In the aftermath of the `French Intifada` some years ago, the OAS (French Intelligence) are believed to have played a major role in stirring up racial and social hatreds. This is almost certainly the case here in Denmark, although I have no proof of this, the whole thing stinks.

The New Unlikely Crusaders:

“Islam is a new totalitarian plague sweeping Europe.” Member of the Danish Parliament, Soeren Krarup.

In his article; “Is Denmark being Set Up, Why Is A Nation Known For Pork Attacking Islam?” [2]Researcher and writer Christopher Bollyn writes:

“One might reasonably ask why one of the smallest and weakest countries in the world, with a population of less than 6 million, would want to inflame the passions and provoke the 1.5 Billion Muslims of the world? It just doesn't make any sense, especially for a nation like Denmark that depends on its exports.”

He continues:

“Why would Danes be so eager to offend Muslims? Are they simply trying to spice up a long winter and an otherwise boring existence, or is there a foreign agenda at work here. Is Denmark being set up for a false-flag terror attack? That seems very likely, given the absurdity of this latest anti-Muslim offence.”

and :

“Denmark is an active member of the anti-Muslim crusade known as the "War on Terrorism." Knowing that this fraudulent "War on Terrorism" is nothing but a Zionist scheme to drag corrupt Western nations into illegal wars of aggression against Muslim nations -- on behalf of Israel -- it stands to reason that Denmark must be both corrupt and dominated by strong Zionist-Jewish forces. There must, after all, be a good reason why other Scandinavians have traditionally called the Danes the "Jews of Scandinavia."

I think Mr. Bollyn is very accurate and insightful in his appraisal of the Danish State as being on an Anti Islamic Crusade, both at home and abroad, and only this past week, another `front` in their declared war against the believers was opened up and can fairly be termed, the `Battle Of the Burkha.`

How Danes hate the Burkha, along with all the other visible signs of Islam, which represent an ideal they cannot, nor wish to comprehend. Surely, the way people choose to clothe themselves is an intensely personal matter to be left to the individual alone?

Not in `Gulag` Denmark, where once again, as with the cartoon charade, we are witnessing all the hype and baloney about democracy, freedom of speech and the Christian way of life dragged out ad nauseum. Christian? I don't think so.

Denmark is a secular humanist society with strong Luciferian overtones. Christianity for most Danes is a tradition to be manipulated for material gain at Christmas and during the annual `Mammonistic` rite called `Confirmation,` where Danish 14 year olds who attend church for a few weeks prior to accepting supposed confirmation into the `body` of Christ, receive countless gifts and monetary advantage, and thereafter in the main, stay as far away from their attested religion as possible, except at weddings and funerals.

Anyway, let's take a look at how the Danish papers are reporting the `Burka Battle.`

The Propaganda Dialectic:

“Islam has since its inception been a terrorist movement. Islam is by its very nature an evil, which must and will be combated.” Member of the Danish Parliament, Martin Henriksen:

The junior minority coalition Conservative Party stated recently that it wants to introduce a ban on the Muslim Burka or Niqab dress codes, which require women to completely cover their faces in public. The Danish State's Puppet Muslim MP , Naser Khader, a Syrian-Palestinian and the Conservative Party’s recently-appointed `integration spokesman` said in Jyllandsposten (no surprise there):

“We don’t want to see burkas in Denmark. We simply can’t accept that some of our citizens walk around with their faces covered.”

(Does Mr Khader honestly believe that the `we` he mentions above, regard him as one of their own?)

Mr Khader says the Burka is un-Danish and oppressive towards women and should be completely banned, although he and his party say that what people do in their own homes is their business, (for now) but as soon as they walk into the public domain, one should be able to see their faces.


Talk about the `pot calling the kettle black.` The whole of Danish society is oppressive. Isn't the proposed introduction of a law which dictates how people dress `oppressive.` Who's next in line for a ban. Women in dresses, men in suits? (not that one sees very many of them in Denmark, the `Uni-Sex` capital of the world).

The Hegelian Dialectic:


Drawing all concerned into their dialectical trap, the extreme Right-wing National Socialist Danish People’s Party and the Social Democratic Party have played the role of thesis and of course have welcomed the proposal, while the senior coalition Liberal Party, providing the antithesis soundly and vocally reject the idea of legislating about citizens’ clothing as long as they are not in a public function:

“It’s going too far if we start legislating on what sort of clothes people can and cannot wear. The Burka and covered faces should not be allowed if you work with people in the public sector – but that is where we draw the line,” says Liberal Political Spokesman Peter Christensen who sensibly adds that it is important that politicians know where to draw the line in introducing policy.

The highly treacherous Khader however, insists a ban is the only solution regarding the Burka.:

“My view is that (the Burka) is not Islamic at all. The modern Burka was introduced by the Taleban when the movement came to power. So I associate the Burka with the Taleban,” says Khader.

This is simply not true as Mr. Khader being a Muslim himself will know only too well. This type of dress has its origins with desert tribes, long before Islam arrived. It had two functions. Firstly as a sand mask in windy conditions. This would be worn by men and women and is still common today. For women only, the masking of the face and body was used when one group was being raided by another. These raids often involved the taking of women of child bearing age. With all women hidden behind a veil, and the home team fighting back, the chances of being taken were substantially reduced as the women of child bearing age could not be quickly distinguished from the very young and the old. [9]

We are told that the proposed Burka ban is part of an `integration` initiative that the Conservative parliamentary group approved recently, although the party has not decided what punishment should be meted out to those who break the ban. “Initially we’re sending out a signal by saying that it should be banned. Then it’s up to the lawyers to find out what sanctions should be introduced,” Khader tolds Jyllands-Posten.

Integration for Muslims in Denmark means only one thing; give up your faith, your values, your morality, your traditions, your language, your culture and accept absorption into the secular Luciferian Matrix.

Ensuring the dialectical trap is set, we are presented daily with the public consensus angle, with all the national `rags` of any import reporting thus:
“The Conservative Party proposal to ban the Burka and Niqab dress codes in public may have caused controversy across the parliamentary spectrum, but it does seem to have the support of a majority of the electorate. A representative Megafon poll for Politiken and TV2 shows 56 percent of the electorate in favour of introducing ‘a general ban on wearing the burka in the public place in Denmark’. Only 30 percent oppose such a ban, according to the poll.”

Establishing the credibility of a phoney democratic consensus is paramount in a society such as Denmark, where the illusion of democracy is all pervading, and a much used tool of political manipulation. Simply telling Danes through the State media that the majority are in favour of something is enough for the `sheep chip` to activate and for the rest of the herd to willingly follow.

The dialectic line up looks like this: The Conservative proposal receives extensive support from Liberal, Conservative, Danish People’s Party and Social Democratic voters while Social Liberal, Socialist People’s Party and Unity List voters are generally against a ban.

The people are then told that the decision by Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen (Lib) to set up a commission to study his Conservative minority coalition partner’s proposal to introduce a ban on the Muslim Burka and Niqab, has caused dismay within his own Liberal Party:

Former Liberal integration spokesman and current Environment Spokesman Eyvind Vesselbo says:

“More than 50,000 people have lost their jobs in the past six months and we may be seeing a further 100,000 in the next nine months. We have an economic crisis that has to be handled, we have a climate conference, we have people who cannot be treated due to waiting lists, we have children with psychological problems who can’t be treated, we have a gang war in which people are shooting at each other – an officer was shot last night - and people are wasting time talking about Burkas. It’s out of all proportion.”

Another senior Liberal politician, Former Home Affairs and Agriculture Minister Britta Schall Holberg, says:
“ We’ve reached rock bottom. While hundreds of people are losing their jobs. While many farmers and other companies are on their knees and battling each day to survive. While young people are unable to get traineeships and too few get an education. While the government is gearing up for a budget that for the first time shows a deficit – almost of the size that toppled Anker Jørgensen’s (Soc. Dem.) government in 1982, the government sets up a burka commission,”

At the same time, as the `Theatricide` unfolds for the consumption of the Danish public on the one hand and the hapless Muslims on the other, what was billed as Conservative parliamentary group unity on the ban issue was broken when the party’s `Ecclesiastical and Education` Spokeswoman Charlotte Dyremose turned her back on the proposal, which appears to have been fostered by the party’s newcomer and newly-appointed `Integration` Spokesman Naser Khader.

Dyremose told `Berlingske Tidende` that she fears that a Burka ban will do more harm than good for the relatively small number of women who wear the Burka or Niqab, adding that some of the most important Danish rights are those of the freedom of religion and speech. Then Conservative Parliamentary Group Chairwoman Henriette Kjær, mentions that she is surprised at Dyremose’s statement.

“I don’t understand it. After a longer debate during our group meeting (last) Friday I concluded as Group Chair that as a group we supported a ban on the burka. And no-one objected. Hers is a strange attitude. But she’ll have to take it alone.” Kjær tells Berlingske Tidende.

Ms. Dyremose says she made her views clear to the party leadership prior to its announcement of the ban proposal.

It is vital that the reader understands that at the highest level, the desired outcome is a compromise solution which will erode yet more of the rights of private citizens (Muslim or otherwise), chip away at the culture and traditions of the Muslim community, who as intended, will breathe somewhat relieved that a total ban was avoided, establishing another precedent in how far the state can intrude into peoples lives, create more animosity between the Danes and Muslims, setting the stage for another dialectic exchange in a few months time.[3]

The Clash Of Civilisations in Microcosm:

“All Muslims must be thrown out of Denmark” Vagn Eriksen Danish People's Party.

The world is drawing seemingly ever closer to a financial crash and the possibility of global conflict, the so called `Clash Of Civilizations` between the West and Islam, as projected and planned for by Albert Pike and the Illuminati[4].

So what does this have to do with little Denmark ?

Both Politiken and Jyllandsposten are `Bildeberger` connected. Anders Eldrup, the Chairman of the Danish company `Dong` has been a regular attendee for the past five years. His wife, Merete Eldrup is the managing director of both publications. A further `participant` Toger Seidenfaden just happens to be Executive Editor in Chief for Politiken. Is this all a coincidence? Not so long ago, Fleming Rose, the Editor of Jyllandsposten conducted a highly one sided and uncritical interview with Mr Daniel Pipes, a major Zionist propagandist and `Neo Con`, a la Perle and Wolfovitz. In typical `doublespeak,` this `Hawk` is a member of the US Institute Of Peace.

Since Politiken `bought` the Jyllandsposten, that paper's drift towards the Zionist position has been marked. In a world where nothing appears to be what it is, the Muhammad Drawings and the current provocative coverage by both these editorials on the `Muslim` question in Denmark, should be viewed with suspicion. The media in Denmark, being as it is, weighted from the top with Neo Con Bildberger types, how likely is it that the Muslim side of the story will ever get a fair `airing` ?

It is now my belief that the sole purpose of importing millions of Muslim people into Europe, was to destabilize the continent. I do not believe for one minute that the architects of the European Super State and subsequently the proposed New World Order, did not foresee the tensions which were bound to be caused when introducing a deeply alien culture into countries such as Denmark, which had always been highly homogeneous and somewhat isolated from the European mainstream. It has been done for a reason, and I fear we are beginning to see the true face of that reason.

The State in whatever form has always justified it's existence and domineering of it's citizens by the ever present threat of an external foe. With the `Cold War` filed away in the History Books, and no would be aggressors anywhere to be seen, it was necessary to invent a different kind of threat. Enter the `War on terror`. A war without end as it were. Is it purely coincidental that the very multitude brought through the gates of the Western Citadels, is now identified as this new threat.

What we are seeing in Denmark is an orchestrated means of instilling fear into the citizens of this small country. This will in turn give justification for the implementation of ever more restrictions on personal freedoms and the introduction of ever more Draconian legislation in order to `protect` the people.

Why change a winning formula ? We have seen this time and again with Pearl Harbor, 9/11, 7/7 et al. and through the manipulation of the public consciousness, the media whores of the likes of the Jyllandsposten advance the cause of the EU Superstate, and thereafter the New World Order, perpetuating the dialectic, and the population, now immune to common sense, free thought and the truth, will be led by the nose into the Totalitarian future planned for them.

Hobsons' Choice: Religious And Political Freedom In Denmark For All Except Muslims:

“All Muslims must leave Denmark. It's a harsh thing to say, some of them are human beings, but how are we to sort them out?” Ib Krog Hansen Danish People's Party.

The controversy now raging in Denmark over the Burkha, must be viewed as being only the most recent and intended affront to the Muslim population, committed by a deeply malevolent, oppressive and totalitarian regime, which takes its mandate to govern from an electorate so `dumbed down,` by over half a century of the most intense form of mass mind control [5]hitherto seen in the so called `free world,` in national elections which are a `Hobson's Choice` at best, and irrelevant democratically at worse.

Since the blasphemous and perverse cartoon drawings of the Holy Prophet of Islam made international headlines back in 2006, and through the efforts of myself and others, more and more people around the world have become aware of the fact that there is something occurring here in this tiny country with regard to relations between the native population and the local Muslim Diaspora which is negative in the extreme.

Relations have not improved and in fact, barely a day goes by where some `horror` story or another relating to Muslims does not hit the national headlines. But honestly, Denmark will just not leave these people alone. Islam is an anathema to the Danish obsession with uniformity and conformity in all things at all times. It's a little like that irritating catchphrase used in the `Highlander` movie; “There can only be one.”

When the cartoons were published, we were told that it was as a gesture in order to preserve freedom of speech. But in Denmark, such a freedom is conditional on compliance, uniformity and adherence to the consensus. Yes, in Denmark, for most Danes, there can only be `ONE,` way of life, eating, dressing, living and being, and Islam, by its very nature, flies full in the face of the Totalitarian Danish conformist mindset.

Muslims live differently, worship differently, eat differently and dress differently. They follow the one true God, not the `Gods` of the marketplace as do the overwhelming majority of Danes, and generally live their lives apart from what they rightfully see as a Godless, perverse and corrupt society.


The Danish, who it must be said are a difficult lot to empathise with, should be very careful not to take this proposed overt and draconian action regarding the Islamic dress code in isolation. Banning things has become a part of the political ideal here in Denmark. Whereas once upon a time, adult people were allowed to make their own decisions concerning how they and their family lived their lives, ate, dressed, raised children, behaved at home etc. etc. In today's `Open Prison` complex that Denmark now is, nobody seems to question the `LAW.`

In Denmark, the letter of the law is everything and justice and reason nothing! And if the law tells you how to dress, or better still, how someone else is to dress, that's just fine. But it's a slippery slope, and what goes around comes around.

The `Burhka Battle` is a dialectical trap designed for all to fall into, and as is usually the case, people here in Denmark, both Muslim and Dane are queuing up to jump in. The Illuminati understand only too well that their path to total world power is through the separating of Christians and Muslims into opposing camps and letting them fight it out amongst themselves, to a standstill, whereby a synthesis compromise can be imposed in the form of a Global Government. Who would ever have imagined that small and apparently insignificant Denmark would play such a major role in the drama?

Postscript: For those Danes out there whose `knee-jerk` reaction to this article is, “If you don't like it, go home." Buy my house and I will.

Here is a well intended if naïve letter written by two Danes to Barrack Obama pleading for his intercession in what has become a national disgrace:

Letter To Barrack Obama.:

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for my archived articles on Denmark.





6] See Star Trek



9] Henry Makow.


0 #1 Tony Teen 2009-08-27 16:45
HI Philip,

Your article is excellent and very detailed you are an excellent researcher!.. thank god you are on our side.. :-).. I agree that it is already dangerous!

0 #2 Jean Bush 2009-08-28 01:15
Dear Philip,

This is excellent, as usual. Your perfect presentation and points should open the eyes of everyone with even half a brain. Hopefully. Whether anyone steps up to the plate or not is another story.

I don’t care for the Burkha either, but through the centuries Islamic women, as you have said, have worn it not only for protection against the harshness of the desert, but also against the harshness of modern man’s wanted and unwelcome sexual intrusions. You would think that a fully covered woman would be intriguing and mysterious, but these men prefer easy and exposed. It is my understanding that the Burkha does not hamper women in their daily activities.

It would appear that this hateful snubbing of Muslims in particular and Islam in general, is the first step in the Illuminati attempt to destroy the last of the great religions. I am not a Muslim, but I am studying the Quran and find the God within its tissued pages infinitely loving and compassionate. I fall a little more in love every day.

Here in the US there was the following incident in Florida:

Floridian students wear anti-Islam T-shirts to school

August 27, 7:10 AMMiami Interfaith Spirituality ExaminerDr. Deb Brown Reading from the Qur'an (Koran)
(AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

This week five students from Alachua County were either sent home or asked to change clothes after they went to school in T-shirts proclaiming in red capital letters, “Islam is of the Devil.” The youngest student was 10 years old. All of the T-shirts were ordered online by a member of a church called the Dove World Outreach Center.

This is not the first time that the Dove World Outreach Center has made headlines for its public anti-Islam stance. Whereas other churches might post signs on their front lawns with messages such as “God loves you” or “Potluck dinner on Wednesday night,” the Dove World Outreach Center posted a sign on July 5, 2009 declaring, “Islam is of the Devil.” Per a church member, protesters descended on the church within days. The sign quickly made front-page news on the Gainesville Sun website and the evening news on a

local TV station, which denounced it as a hate sign.

Local Muslim advocates have been unsuccessful in persuading the church to take down the sign, and now they are responding to the new display of T-shirts in schools. The president of the Muslim Association of North Central said, “It’s pretty offensive…Particularly in a school setting where you are trying to create an atmosphere where people are supposed to respect each other and live with each other, where we have people of every ethnicity and every religion.”

Still, the Dove World Outreach Center website continues to display a photo of the sign along with a set of FAQ and a request for donations.

A number of devout Muslims believe that the church is not alone in its belief that Islam is evil. Tareq Salha, for example, is a Muslim who has noticed a rise in anti-Islam sentiment in the United States since 9/11. He said it was one of the reasons he joined the U.S. military and courageously went to fight the Taliban in the Middle East.

The youth in our culture are more easily swayed into hatred than ever. The ability to think has been usurped by the Elite controlled media and the government run free public education.

The inability of the Muslims to build even one Mosque in Denmark, or to even bury their dead properly, is, I know, devastating for them. Those Danish parliamentary fools should be trounced into oblivion, but of course, we know that will never happen.

As you describe them, the Danish “no strangers welcome” mentality will insure that these Illuminati government thugs will stay in power. This Illuminati agenda of destruction is spreading from country to country and soon, none of us will be able to find a single place of refuge.

Only God can save us now.

0 #3 John Beck 2009-09-03 22:55
So why don't you move? If Denmark is so bad, I would think you'd be on the next Lufthansa flight back to Britian. Why do you stay?
0 #4 Philip Jones 2009-09-03 22:56

I can't sell nor rent out my house. The market is dead.

I am stuck here!

I cannot decide whether your comment is sincere or not, as its brevity precludes evaluation. It would have been more gratifying if you might have commented on the body of the article itself.

0 #5 Souad S 2009-09-03 22:58
It often occurs to me that many of our sisters in Islam are not properly encouraged once they begin to observe the requirements of Hijaab. It may be that a sister has been obliged to wear the Hijaab without truly pondering over its superiority.

Perhaps she has reached the age of puberty and her parents have instructed her to wear it. Perhaps she has recently accepted Islam and her close companions have told her of its obligation. Alternatively, perhaps her husband has commanded her to wear Hijaab.

A sister who does not truly know the superiority of Hijaab will always remain envious of disbelieving women. Why? Because they observe these misguided disbelievers attempting to look beautiful for all to see. Hence, the Muslim woman then compares herself to that woman which causes her to feel ashamed of her own Hijaab.

Therefore, what follows is a reminder for my sisters in Islam. It is a reminder of the true status of these so-called beautiful women. It is a reminder of the excellence of the women who wear Hijaab.

Excellent Qualities of Those who Wear Hijaab:

It is well known that the Muslim woman is a creature of modesty. Allaah loves for our Muslim women to be shielded by their Hijaab. It is their outer protection from the decadence of this life. Allaah's Messenger , said: "Allaah is modest and covering. He loves modesty and privacy." [Abu Daawood, An-Nasaa'i Al-Bayhaqi, Ahmad].

Thus, as modesty is a quality that is loved by Allaah, our sisters must take comfort in knowing that they are modest and that they are not like those women who show themselves off to the world. Such women will not be shielded from Allaah's Wrath. Allaah's Messenger said: "Any woman who takes off her clothes in other than her husband's home, has broken Allaah's shield upon her." [Abu Daawood and At-Tirmithi)

28 August 2009 23:47
0 #6 Souad S 2009-09-03 22:58
Part 2:

Therefore, we see that the Hijaab of the Muslim woman is indeed part of modesty. Modesty accompanies Eemaan (faith). That is why Allaah's Messenger said: "Modesty is part of Eemaan and Eemaan is in Paradise." [At-Tirmithi]. Also: "Modesty and Eemaan are companions, when one goes away the other one goes away." [Al-Haakim and others]

The Muslim women must know that the disbelieving women who beautify themselves for the world to see possess no modesty, thus, they are void of any Eemaan. Instead of looking to the latest fashion models for guidance, you must look to the wives of the Prophet .

Look at the regard for modesty that our mother, 'Aa'ishah possessed even in the presence of the deceased; she said: "I used to enter the room where the Messenger of Allaah and my father (Abu Bakr) were later buried in without having my garment on me, saying it is only my husband and my father. But when 'Umar bin al-Khattaab was later buried in (the same place), I did not enter the room except that I had my garment on being shy from 'Umar."

It can be quite difficult for the Muslim woman to go out wearing Hijaab in a society that mocks and torments her. Indeed, she may feel strange and out of place. However, if she knows the status of those who are mocked by the disbelievers, then she would continue to wear her Hijaab with dignity.

Allaah Says in His Book (what means): "Verily! The criminals used to laugh at those who believed. And whenever they passed them, used to wink at one another. And when they returned to their own people, they would return jesting. When they saw them, they said: 'These have indeed gone astray!' But they (disbelievers, sinners) had not been sent as watchers over them (the believers). But on this Day those who believe will laugh at the disbelievers. On (high) thrones, looking (at all things). Are not the disbelievers paid (fully) for what they used to do?"

[Quran 83:29-36]
0 #7 Souad S 2009-09-03 22:59
Part 3:

Allaah's Words should serve as a support for you my dear sister. Also, take comfort in being a stranger among these lewd and sinful women. Allaah's Messenger said (what means): "Islam began as something strange, and it would revert to its (old position) of being strange, so good news is for the strangers." [Muslim]

The Characteristics of the Exposed Women:

Instead of practicing the Hijaab (covering), the disbelieving women expose themselves, making a dazzling display of themselves for others. Such a display is an attribute of ignorance. Allaah Says in His Book (what means): "And stay in your houses and do not display yourselves as you used to during the times of ignorance." [Quran 33:33]

Allaah's Messenger said: "The best of your women is the affectionate, the fertile, the comforting, the agreeable -- if they fear Allaah. The most evil of your women are those who expose and display themselves, and those who strut (to show off) and they are the hypocrites. Those who enter al-Jannah (the Paradise) are like the red beaked crow." [Al-Bayhaqi]. The simile of the red-beaked crow is to show that those who enter Paradise will be as rare as this kind crow is rare.

We see from the above Aayah and Hadeeth that displaying oneself is indeed unlawful. Further, it is a quality of the most evil of women! Therefore, do not be envious of the disbelieving women. They only have this life to enjoy, while the believing women will have Paradise. There is nothing in your Hijaab to be ashamed of, as it is the garment of the righteous and pious female worshippers of Allaah.

In order to truly show you how evil those women who expose themselves are, let us ponder over the following statement of Allaah's Messenger : "Of the people of Hell there are two whom I have never seen, the one possessing whips like the tail of an ox and they flog people with them. The second one, women who would be naked in spite of their being dressed, who are seduced (to wrong paths) and seduce others. Their hair is high like the humps of the camel. These women would not enter Paradise, nor will they smell its fragrance, although its fragrance can be sensed from such and such a distance." [Muslim]

These women who expose themselves are common among us today. These are women that even the Prophet did not see! Look around you and you will see those women who are clothed but naked! Look at the hairstyles of the women who expose themselves -- are they not high like the camel's hump?

Perhaps we are the first generation since the time of Aadam to witness such women. If one ponders over photos taken thirty to fifty years ago, one will see that the disbelieving women did not expose themselves in the manner that their offspring do today! These women are among the people of the Fire! Thus, how can you envy them?

Such lewd women will not even smell the fragrance of Paradise; so our women must avoid their path.

Another lesson from the above hadeeth is that it confirms that what the Prophet , came with is indeed the truth! This is a prophecy that has come to pass in front of our very eyes. Hence, will we continue to envy these evil women, or should we be grateful to our Lord for the Hijaab, which brings modesty, which leads to Paradise?

To sum up, the Muslim woman should abandon all of the ways of the exposed women, and adopt the ways of those who are modest through their love and practice of the proper Islamic Hijaab.
0 #8 Abdul-Badi 2009-09-03 23:00
To their eternal shame, Kemalists in Turkey continue to expose themselves as a morally bankrupt bunch. They ban Muslim girls and women who wear the hijab from attending school or university but insist that adultery is permissible.

How out of touch with the values of the population, 99 percent of whom are Muslim, the secular fanatics are was revealed by last month's ruling of Turkey's constitutional court. Article 440 of the penal code under which women found guilty of committing adultery faced a prison sentence of up to three years, was annulled, a court official announced on June 24.

'The said article has been lifted by a vote of nine to two,' the official said. Turkish male adulterers face no legal punishment. Article 441, which penalized men only if they financially supported a mistress, was lifted in 1996.

Women's groups 'welcomed' the court ruling as long overdue, according to the British news agency, Reuters. 'We laud the court's decision and believe that adultery is not an affair that concerns the State,' said lawyer Hulya Gulbahar, a veteran women's rights activist.

Women's groups and women's rights activists are euphemisms for secular westernised women. They do not care, indeed, they resent the right demanded by Muslim women to wear the headscarf.

That men were exempt from punishment for adultery two years ago was bad enough; last month's ruling about women is a regressive step which will encourage immorality and lewdness in society. What the court has done amounts to declaring that there is no shame in committing adultery.
0 #9 Abdul-Badi 2009-09-03 23:01

Is this in keeping with the values of the people?

Even as the constitutional court ruled that adultery was permissible, thousands of Muslims participated in a march in Ankara the same day to protest against a ban on Islamic dress in universities. They marched along one of the city's main boulevards at the head of a convoy of buses carrying female students excluded from universities for wearing hijab.

The road was flanked by hundreds of young women in brightly coloured headscarves, carrying flowers and cheering on the marchers. 'Muslims do not bow before oppression,' chanted the crowd, as massive contingents of heavily-armed police stood by in threatening formations. 'Break the hands that touch the headscarf,' the crowd shouted.

Female students have staged regular protests against the enforcement of a ban on hijab in universities. Renewed enforcement has led to a split between the staunchly secularist generals and the government of prime minister Mesut Yilmaz. Turkish generals consider themselves guardians of the Kemalist legacy and viciously enforce it even though the vast majority of Turkish people resent the violation of their religious rights. Hijab, it must be noted, is an Islamic requirement.

The convoy of buses was initially stopped on the outskirts of the city as they arrived from Istanbul. They were later allowed to proceed under the watchful gaze of the police.

Strict enforcement of the ban at Istanbul University sparked massive protests earlier this year, forcing Yilmaz, who has little sympathy for Islam, to call for tolerance in the application of the hijab ban. Turkey's military accuses Yilmaz, who came to power after prime minister Necmettin Erbakan, leader of the now-banned Refah Party, was forced out of office under pressure from the generals, of going soft in the fight against Muslims who observe their religious obligations.

Meanwhile, Islamic activists say their protests will spread. 'If they insist on this decision, it will be a great shame for the government and a blow for human rights in Turkey,' senior MP Bulent Arinc of the Fazilat Party said. 'Millions of people are seeing the injustice of this headscarf ban. No force can stand in the way of the people,' he said.

Turkish secularists go to ridiculous lengths to fight Islam. Turkey is the only Muslim country where a local version of the pornographic magazine, Playboy, was published. The generals fear the hijab of Muslim women and beards worn by Muslim men as symbols of defiance to their authority. In the military, neither beards nor moustache are allowed.

Turkish generals prefer to look smooth!
0 #10 Afrah 2009-09-03 23:02
This letter has been prepared in response to Mr Philip Jones's excellent article about Denmarks prejudice against Muslims and as a way of explaining a Muslim womman's view of Burqa. There is deterioration in the condition of Muslim women of this day and age, which is a consequence of the misconception that how a woman dresses is of little importance, as long as she performs her obligatory acts of worship. This misconception is not restricted to Muslim women in the West, but unfortunately is shared by many of their sisters in the East.

In the Glorious Qur'an we are told:

And let there arise out of you a nation inviting to what is good, enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong. Those are the ones who are successful. Qur'an 3:104

Abu S'aed al-Khudri relates that he heard the Prophet (saws) say:

He of you who sees something wrong should correct it with his hand; if he is unable to do that he should condemn it with his tongue; if he is unable to do that he should at least resent it in his heart, and this is the lowest degree of faith.Muslim
0 #11 Afrah 2009-09-03 23:03

It is clear that we must draw the attention of our Muslim sisters to the importance of wearing Islamic dress. This is not imposed upon us by the mere opinion of a scholar or a sheik. It is a Divine Command, and is necessarily in the best interest of the society of every age and place. In this we stand opposed to the opinion of some "modernists", who maintain that those living in a western society are justified in adapting to its norms and morals.

We believe that our religion is that which has been transmitted to us through the Prophet Mohammed (saws), his companions and our pious predecessors. A careful study of relevant Qur'anic ayat (verses) and Hadith (Prophetic traditions), along with the works of our pious predecessors, will reveal a strict emphasis on the need for women to observe modesty in their dress when they appear in public, by covering all of their bodies and any ornaments or other means of beautification they might wear.

Allah the Exalted says in Surat an-Noor, ayah 31:
And tell the believing women to lower their gaze and guard their private parts and not show of their adornment except only that which is apparent, and draw their veils over their (necks and) bosoms and not reveal their adornment except to their husbands, their fathers, their husbands' fathers, their sons, their husbands' sons, their brothers, or their brothers' sons, or their sisters' sons, or their women, or their slaves, or male servants who lack vigor, or small children who have no knowledge of women's private parts. And let them not stamp their feet so as to reveal what they hide of their adornment. And turn you all to Allah in repentance, O believers, that you may be successful.

And He says in Surat al-Ahzab, ayah 59:
Oh Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their outer garments close around them. That will be better, that they may be known and so not be bothered. And Allah is oft-forgiving, most merciful.

From these two ayat of the Noble Qur'an and from the authentic sources of guidance provided for us, we can derive the following principles of proper dress and adornment for Muslim women:

1. The outer garment worn in public must cover all of the body except the face and hands.

Surat an-Noor, ayah 31 (quoted above) contains a clear command that a woman's natural beauty and her adornment are to be concealed from strangers, except that which might show unintentionally (i.e. parts of the dress or ornaments) or which show as a matter of course because it is not prohibited that they be shown (i.e. the face and the hands).
0 #12 Afrah 2009-09-03 23:04

Surat an-Noor, ayah 31 (quoted above) contains a clear command that a woman's natural beauty and her adornment are to be concealed from strangers, except that which might show unintentionally (i.e. parts of the dress or ornaments) or which show as a matter of course because it is not prohibited that they be shown (i.e. the face and the hands).

Abu Dawud narrated that 'A'ishah said:
Asma came to see the Messenger of Allah (saws). She was wearing a thin dress; the Prophet (saws) turned away from her and said to her: "O Asma, once a woman reaches the age of puberty no part of her body should be uncovered except her face and hands."
It should be noted that the Arabic word khumur (plural of khimaar) which has been translated above in the ayah from Surat an-Noor as veils, means head covers, not face veils, as may mistakenly be supposed. It refers to a cloth which covers all of the hair. Furthermore, the word juyoob (plural of jaib), also found in the ayah of Surat an-Noor, refers not only to the bosom, as is commonly thought, but also to the neck.

Qurtubi, an eminent mufassir (Qur'an commentator), stated:

Women in those days used to cover their heads with the khimaar, throwing its ends on their backs. This left the neck and the upper part of the chest bare, along with the ears, in the manner of the Christians. Then Allah commanded them to cover those parts with the khimaar.
"And let them not stamp their feet so as to reveal what they hide of their adornment."
Women in the time of the Prophet (saws) used to wear anklets, which they could employ to attract attention by stamping their feet, making the anklets tinkle together. This practice was now forbidden, but even more important for us, these words make it absolutely clear that the legs and ankles are to be covered.

Bin 'Umar narrated
Let them lower their gaze Prophet (saws) said: "On the Day of Judgment Allah will not look upon one who trails his garment along out of pride." Um Salamah then asked: "What should women do with their garments?" The Prophet (saws) said: "They may lower them a hand span." She said: "Their feet would still be uncovered." The Prophet (saws) said: then lower them a forearm's length, but no more."
0 #13 Afrah 2009-09-03 23:04

The ayah from Surat an-Noor quoted above gives us specific and detailed information about what a Muslim woman should be sure to cover when she is in the company of strangers, and it gives a detailed list of those with whom she is permitted to be less inhibited. The ayah quoted from Surat al-Ahzab further directs Muslim women to put some outer garment over their clothes, and to draw it close around them.

Abu Dawud related that after this ayah was revealed the women of the Ansar appeared like crows (because of the black cloaks which they wore).

Some outer garment, whether a cloak or a coat, must be worn by a Muslim woman when she is in public, and even when she is in her own house or that of a close relative, if she is in the presence of strangers.

It was mentioned above that the face need not be covered. If, however, the woman is wearing make-up, she should cover her face, since the make-up is adornment beyond what is permitted.

Similarly, she should cover her hands if she is wearing nail polish or some other decoration or ornament. Furthermore, although it is permissible to leave the face uncovered in the presence of strangers, it is praiseworthy to cover it, as that was the practice of the wives of the Prophet (saws) according to authentic Hadith.

2. The outer garment must not be decorative itself or a means of beautification.

When Allah commands women not to reveal their beauty, He means both the natural beauty, with which He has endowed them, and all means which they might employ to enhance that beauty. Clearly, the garment which is used to screen the woman's beauty and her adornment from public view should not itself be a thing of beauty.

Fudalah Ibn 'Ubaid reported that the Prophet (saws) said:
There are three people that you should not concern yourself about: a man who parted from the Jama'ah and disobeyed his imam and died in that state; a slave who ran away from his master and died without returning; a woman whose husband departed from her after providing for her worldly needs and who then beautified (tabarrajat) herself in his absence. Do not worry about any of them."
0 #14 Afrah 2009-09-03 23:05

The word tabarraja means not only to beautify oneself, or to make oneself pretty, but also to display oneself, to play up one's charms for the purpose of exciting desire. Imam Adh-Dhahabi said in his book Kitaab al-Kabaair (The Book of the Great Sins): "Of the deeds woman is cursed for are displaying the ornaments which she is wearing, wearing perfume when going out, and wearing colorful clothes and silky short cloaks."

The verb tabarraja includes all of these actions. Tabarruj is so abhorrent that it is associated with shirk, fornication, stealing, and other sins.

'Abdullah ibn 'Umar said:
A woman came to the Messenger of Allah (saws) to give her pledge for Islam. He said: "I accept your pledge that you will not associate partners with Allah, nor steal, nor fornicate, nor kill your child, nor commit a sin between your arms and legs, nor wail over the dead, nor beautify and display yourself (tatabarraji) after the fashion of the pre-Islamic days."

3. The outer garment must be thick and opaque so as to conceal the clothes worn under it, and loose so as to conceal the woman's form.

Proper covering cannot be achieved by wearing tight or transparent apparel.
0 #15 Afrah 2009-09-03 23:06

The Prophet (saws) said:

"There will be, in the last days of my Ummah (nation), women who are dressed and undressed. Curse them: they are accursed."


Abu Hurairah related that the Prophet (saws) referred to:

...women who are naked even though they are wearing clothes, go astray and make others go astray, and they will not enter paradise nor smell its fragrance, although it can be smelled from afar.

At Tabarani

The "dressed and yet undressed" women are those who wear transparent or very tight clothes, or clothes which are cut in such a way that they expose the body. Such clothes reveal more than they conceal.

The Prophet (saws) said:

Belief and the sense of shame are tied together; if one is lost the other is lost."


It should be noted that a woman should wear a loose over-garment for offering prayer. It should cover her whole body (as far as going out) and should be such that it conceals the shape of her arms and legs, as well as that of the rest of her body.

4. Muslim women are not to wear perfume in public.

Abu Musa narrated that the Prophet (saws) said:

Any woman who wears perfume and passes by some people who smell her perfume is like one who commits fornication.

Abu Hurairah said that:

A woman passed by him smelling strongly of scent. He called to her: "O slave of the powerful, are you going to the mosque?" She said that she was. He said: "Go back and wash it off. I heard the Messenger of Allah (saws) say: 'Any woman who goes to the mosque wearing perfume will not have her prayer accepted by Allah; first she should go back home and have a bath [to wash it off].'"

It is inappropriate for a woman to wear perfume in the mosque, where people are attending to the worship of Allah (swt); how much more inappropriate it is that she should wear scent elsewhere, where people are more liable to distraction. Scent attracts attention to a woman and may thereby stimulate sexual desires; this is improper in the marketplace and mosque.
0 #16 Afrah 2009-09-03 23:06

5. The clothes of Muslim women should not resemble men's clothes.

Abu Hurairah said that:

The Messenger of Allah (saws) cursed the man who wears women's clothes and the woman who wears men's clothes.

Ibn Umar said that he heard the Messenger of Allah (saws) say:

He is not of us who imitates women nor is he of us who imitates men."

Al Hakim

Abdullah Ibn Umar reported that the Prophet (saws) said:

Three people will not enter paradise, and Allah will not look at them on the day of Judgment: the one who is disobedient to his parents, the woman who imitates men and the ad-dayooth.


Ad-dayooth is the man who permits women for whom he is responsible to engage in illicit sexual relations, or to display their beauty to strange men, thereby stimulating their sexual desires.

6. The clothes of Muslim women should not resemble those of the disbelievers.

In Surat al-Hadeed, ayah 16 we are told:

Has not the time come for those who believe to submit their hearts to Allah's reminder and to that which has been revealed of the truth, and not become as those who received the scriptures before and for whom the term was prolonged so their hearts grew hard? And many of them are rebellious transgressors.

Those who refuse to submit to Allah's commands are rebels against Him, and they are permitted to continue in their rebellion until their hearts become hard.

The ayah and Hadeeth quoted above serve as a double warning to us: we must take care to heed Allah's commands, revealed to us through the Qur'an and the Sunnah of His Messenger (saws), lest we suffer the fate of the recipients of previous revelations; we should also shun the way of life of any believing people. If we adopt what is theirs, we partake also of the quality of their hearts.

We pray to Allah to safeguard us from that, lest we become like them.

Given the condition of the disbeliever's' hearts, it is not surprising to find that much of their clothing, particularly that of women, is unsuitable for Muslims. It is designed to be attractive in itself and to enhance and attract attention to women's natural beauty.
0 #17 Afrah 2009-09-03 23:07

7. The clothing of Muslim women should not be ostentatious.

Ibn Umar reported that the Messenger of Allah (saws) said:

He who dresses for ostentation in this world, Allah will dress him in a dress of humiliation on the Day of Judgment and set it on fire.

Abu Dawud

By following the seven principles above, In'sh Allah a woman will satisfy all the necessary requirements for proper Islamic dress. It should be noted that some of these principles also apply to men's dress, and clearly some would apply not only to what a woman wears in public, but also to what she wears in the privacy of her own home or in the homes of he relatives or her Muslim sisters.

There are, however, some additional prohibitions regarding personal appearance of which our Muslim sisters should be aware. These prohibitions have to do with changes made to the appearance which are regarded as unacceptable alterations to Allah's creation, namely wearing wigs, plucking facial hair, filing teeth and getting tattoos.

Asma related that:

A woman asked the Prophet (saws):

"Messenger of Allah, my daughter had smallpox, and as a result her hair fall out. She has recently been married; can I get her a wig?" He answered: " Allah has cursed the maker and wearer of a wig."

Abdullah said that Allah (swt) has cursed tattooers and those who are tattooed, and those women who have their teeth filed for beauty and those who have their hair plucked and thus alter Allah's creation.

A woman asked him: "What is all this?" He replied: "Should I not curse one whom Allah's Messenger has cursed? And it is in the Book of Allah." She said: I read the Qur'an from cover to cover but did not find that in it. "He said: If you had read it thoroughly you would have found it. Allah says "Whatever Allah's Messenger gives you, take it, and whatever he has forbidden, refrain from it

Qur'an 69: 7

This Hadeeth is particularly significant for us, because it not only informs us of something which the Prophet (saws) found hateful, it also makes it perfectly clear that, in matters of religion, the commands of the Prophet (saws) are as binding on us as the commands of Allah (swt).

In obeying Allah and his Messenger (saws) we can hope to be of those who are successful, tasting of the fruits of Paradise. If however, we should disobey Allah (swt) and do things prohibited by Him (and we seek refuge with him from that) then we will taste His wrath; in the case of a woman who does something forbidden by Allah (swt) or his Messenger (saws), she and her husband or guardian who permitted her to do the forbidden thing are cursed by Allah (swt). We are advised in the Qur'an to:

".....ward off from yourselves and your families a fire whereof the fuel is men and stones..."Qur'an 66:6

The Prophet (saws) said:

All of you are guardians. The man is a guardian of and is responsible for his womenfolk on the day of Judgment.

May Allah (swt) open our hearts to guidance, strengthen us that we may be obedient to Him and His Messenger (saws) and save us from the punishment of hell fire.

Allah is most Knowledgeable and all praise belongs to Allah, the Lord of the worlds.

Zeenah means literally adornment, but it should be understood in this context as referring to both that with which women are adorned by Allah (i.e. the features of their natural beauty) and that with which they adorn themselves (i.e. their ornaments, make-up, etc.).

Since nail polish prevents the water of wudu from reaching the nails, its use should really be altogether discouraged.
0 #18 Ameena 2009-09-03 23:08
In the West women dress with looks to kill outside the home and save the sweats and t-shirts for inside. Most women will look very beautiful while going outside of the house, but look like a slob inside the house.

The one of them spends at least an hour taking a shower in the morning, putting on makeup, fixing her hair, and making sure she will look snazzy and smell pleasant when she steps out the door.

When this sweetly scented woman steps back in the door, off goes the mini skirt and tight sporty jacket. The make-up is removed and on goes the sweats. When the husband steps in the door he is greeted with complaints and gets to fix his eyes on raggedy clothes and a tired worn out face.

What husband wants to come home to this scenario when he can stay outside and look at thousands of beautiful women that are flaunting their goods.

Some Muslim women have fallen into the same habit the non-Muslim women make. How long do they take to make sure they have the perfect colored scarf to match with the pink furry sweater they may wear that day. How often have they found themselves trying to find the perfect pumps to wear with that new jilbab? How many times have we seen a Muslim woman with perfectly plucked eyebrows and beautiful bright red lipstick with her hijab accenting her face?

Why is it we see our Muslim sister hurrying to get home from a gathering with her friends, her husband following shortly behind. Dinner is not ready, and jeans and t-shirt lie beneath the jilbab to greet her tired husband. The kids are filthy and have not had a nap. What does she say, but Oh, honey I'm sorry I talked too long, I guess tuna fish sandwiches and Campbell's soup will have to do for now.

Why is it dear sister, that you do not try hard to enchant your husband and catch his eye. All it takes is coming home a few hours earlier and preparing the house and putting on some nice clothes. Why not spray a little perfume and dab on a little makeup. Why not make sure there is dinner prepared or something is in the oven which will be ready shortly after your husband arrives? Why is it dear sister, you greet your husband with kitchen clothes and worn out eyes?

Next time, try a little surprise. Make your husband light up when he walks in the door. Wear something nice to catch his eye and say something nice to soften his heart. Make sure your house is clean and your children neat and appealing.

Why not dear sister, work hard to captivate him, as Allah knows best he works his hardest to take care of you.
0 #19 Joe & Janet 2009-09-03 23:08
We lived in Roskilde and in Copenhagen in all of 2005. Sweden for 6 months.

Phillip is right on the point. Totally right and truthful. The place is mind numbing. Totally gone on to the NWO..

All the best, Joe & Janet
0 #20 Larry T 2009-09-03 23:09
It is amazing what happens in other parts of the world and we know nothing of it here in America. I believe there is a correlation. Here in America the dmise of the church is progressing as fortold. I am wondering if the church is even existant in Denmark. I am not talking of the visable/religious church that has been with us since the first century but the real body of believers. I do not know where you are at personally but I do know that the church in America is loves the world and not Christ. The people here are close to believing THE LIE. From Philip's article it appears they are already there
0 #21 Rick 2009-09-03 23:10
As an American who has lived in Denmark for the past 6 years I have to tell you that Phillip does an excellent job of describing the Danes and their country. I love to play up the John Wayne image of americans and I always seem to be on the opposite side of any argument. Me against a entire office of Danes is pretty much an even match because as Phillip points out the Danish men are wimps so they're easy to manipulate. The women are a bit tougher but they seem to like my 'bad boy 'attitude since it's so different than the local boys.

Living here has given me a new perspective on the path the US is on. However, Hillary and Obama would be considered conservatives in Denmark so we still have a ways to fall. Guys like Ron Paul are a complete mystery to them, but to their credit they at least know who he is.

Keep up the good work
0 #22 Dave L 2009-09-03 23:11
Fascinating article, thanks for making it available. What a boon to get additional commentary from Phillip on the basis, as he observes it, of the conversion of the Danish people to sheeple: schools, community pressure, government coercion, and other causes as he can interpret them.

In particular, I would be very interested in simply knowing if the drinking water is fluoridated, to what level, and how long it has been that way. You undoubtedly know of the determination of the German government in the 20's and 30's that fluoridated drinking water produces passivity. Well known in government circles here, I'm sure.
0 #23 Heather 2009-09-03 23:12
Thank you for writing the article about Denmark. I just finished reading it, and it really made me think. I had the same impression about the country upon visiting a couple years ago. At first I was caught into the hype, but I realized this was only superficial. I am deeply disturbed about what is happening, and it is good to hear another person's perspective from across the globe.

I sometimes kid myself into thinking the control and propaganda cannot be real. I am not yet in my 30's, and the future sometimes seems too frightening. I would like to have a good family someday and live happily. Then I find more information and can't lie to myself anymore. The world seems turned upside down and inside out. I hope you continue to be a careful observer of your surroundings and remain safe.

Thanks again,
0 #24 Ed 2009-09-03 23:12
Just read your article on Rense great elucidation of "facts" (what's really so) that I hadn't known before! How fascinating to live and function in such an obviously (to an educated aware outsider) hypnotized national culture. I can certainly discern the initial tendencies towards such a state of affairs here within the USA, although all of my close acquaintances share a profound distaste for such a development to the point of forceful personal resistance much like our "founding fathers". J This article <> illuminates one potent NWO vehicle for accomplishing the Denmark model here. LIt's an interesting journey we are all (whole world) embarked upon time will tell, eh?

Be well,
0 #25 Sameer A 2009-09-03 23:15
God Bless you sir. (Jazak Allah'u Khyir'n)

I know deep in my heart that the following verses below speaks of such noble people as yourself.

Sameer A.

002.062 Those who believe (in the Qur'an), and those who follow the Jewish (scriptures), and the Christians and the Sabians,- any who believe in Allah and the Last Day, and work righteousness, shall have their reward with their Lord; on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve.
Al-Qur'an, 002.062 (Al-Baqara [The Cow])
005.069 Those who believe (in the Qur'an), those who follow the Jewish (scriptures), and the Sabians and the Christians,- any who believe in Allah and the Last Day, and work righteousness,- on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve.
Al-Qur'an, 005.069 (Al-Maeda [The Table, The Table Spread])
+1 #26 Dominick Patterson 2009-09-03 23:16
I enjoy reading your thoughtful and well-written articles, especially those dealing with the occult Illuminati. However, this one puzzles me. To hear you tell it the Muslims of Europe are innocent victims of oppression and not an invading horde determined to convert the whole of the continent by any means necessary.You seem to think that Islam is a peaceful religon that worships the One True God, yet Muslims don't worship God, they worship the Moon. It is a violent, bloodthirsty religion thought up by a wandering maniac. I'm surprised that someone with such understanding as yourself doesn't see that it is as Satanic as the mystery religion practiced by the Elite. I look forward to reading more of your work in the future.


Paterson NJ USA
0 #27 Philip Jones 2009-09-03 23:17

You are wrong, and what's more, the fact that you are wrong makes me sad.

You have swallowed the propaganda and stepped into the dialectical trap. Everything you write is so off base, it would take another ten page piece to point it out to you. Muslims are not invading anyone, and forced conversion is `haram` (forbidden).

You have not read my article carefully, because I address most of your points therein. I know so many immigrants here in DK, many Muslim who were brought here against their will from refugee camps in Afghanistan, Palestine and Iraq. Three theatres of war, created by the Illuminist Zionist Nexus.

If we left them in peace and had not interfered in their lands, this problem would not be happening.

It's orchestrated and planned to induce the exact same reaction you have displayed here. So, the bad guys win again!

The worse of it is that it is all so far gone, that I doubt there is any turning back.

Very sadly,

0 #28 Eva Komandjaja 2009-09-03 23:18
Hi Phillip,

I have read your piece and it is wonderfully written, thanks for sharing it with us.

It’s mind numbing to live in this place sometimes, isn’t it? I try to forget about it sometimes and have a happy go lucky day but I always got thrown back into the reality that it really sucks here sometimes.

The choice for me has always been to:



Get out.

Let’s see which happens next


Eva Komandjaja
0 #29 Rupert 2009-09-03 23:20
Dear Philip,

Just a quick mail to thank you for your articles. I have read everyone I have seen and believe what you convey is an important "eye opener" for all.

I hope you sell your house soon and can get out of that screwed up place. If it's back to England though I fear it's out of the frying pan in to the fire.

Viva la revolution ;-)

Best regards,

+1 #30 Bob Singleton 2009-09-03 23:21
Bob Singleton said...
that article is a joke, right?

Why exactly did you move there in the first place, since you deride it so?

The muslims are like the jews. They are disgusted by anyone who is not one of them.
Are you totally ignorant of how christians and other religions are treated in muslim countries?

If I was a Dane, I'd start a movement to buy your house and run your ass back to muslim england.
Maybe you'd be happier there.
+1 #31 Doug Carney 2009-09-03 23:22
I am a nationalist( from natal - birth - extended family/tribe).

I am for my people, and not against others as long as they are not a threat to the way of life I choose. I am a northern european, and glad and proud of it. I believe our people are the Israel of the old testament. Certainly the culture has been a "blessing to the world", as opposed to "the Chosen" , who have made a mockery of The Word, and through their usury, have caused massive misery and death, and have enslaved the world. They are on the cusp of getting their agenda completed, too. I ain't taking it lieing down!

Firstly, I don't sit in moral judgement at all - that's the way they live - period. Let them.!Whether they chose it or ir was foisted on them is immaterial to me, at least for this conversation.

They have the right to live as they please.

I also have the right to live as I please. And when an absolutely foreign, culture/religion/way of life is in my face - I'm upset!

No, I don't agree with an uncle breaking in the virgin when she reaches puberty. No, I don't agree with a man selling his daughter in marriage.
But that's their belief, and Again, I couldn't care less - until it affects my chosen way of life.
and - I don't want it in my face or my country. So, the immigration of unassimilable groups to european,'christian' countries is nothing but an aspeact of tearing apart the culture, morals, and families within those countries.

Put any label on it you want to -Illuminati, communism, satanism - it's evil.

Mark my words - the PTB will use this to allow all sorts of sexual deviancy!

(Understand that while I do not agree with all muslim practices, and heartily agree with others -( no usury).I bear them no ill-will. I realize that zionism and globalists are making war on them for a multitude of reasons, and it sucks. (I have much respect for the Redgrave that supported the Palestinians and ruined her career, etc.) I am very much on the Palestinian side in the Mideast. So there we are in total agreement.

But in a demcracy,(which I detest - mobocracy), having them voting with me and making laws that affect my chosen way of life?? - NO, I don't want or welcome that! Similarly, I don't want or welcome the hispanic invasion of my country. I have worked with Mexicans, and you can't beat them for doing hard labor. I had mexican friends in school and still have a couple. But do I want the mexican weltenshaung? - of stealing whatever and whenever you can, their superstitious brand of catholicism,(I've seen the similar brand of Russian Orthodox BS here for years), their increasingly anti -european/western stance on all things social and political? Hell no! We are fighting not only for our freedoms, but for our racial/cultural/christian survival!

And yes, I absolutely do see that Islam is being shit on and cast as the ultimate evil to be exterminated.
I've gone on - sorry. I want you to understand exactly where iIstand on all this shit. You must have felt something like I did, when my 'former friend' went south in his thinking. I felt betrayed, and very sad. No worries, mate!

Have you read Raspail's, " The Camp of the Saints"? - I recommend it. Look at France today - sickening.
0 #32 Kaveh 2009-09-03 23:23
Great article, and great comments here, thanks every body for being such a wise and active.
0 #33 Eva 2009-09-18 14:04
From a born Dane - to live here is to survive - had nothing to do with life. To be born dane is just bad luck. I am trying to get out of this country too. There is something rotten in the state of Denmark. Good article Philip. And to comment number 3- the most typically danish answer when you critic Denmark is: Why don´t you leave the country - they never listen, its just out of the country.

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