Paul Belien: »This demo is NOT being banned«
On its website UfT writes:
Recently the French Minister for Housing and the City Mme Christine Boutin expressed her doubts about the official 9/11 report. Before, Michael Meacher, secretary of state in Britain and Andreas Von Bulow, ex Minister from Germany, stated clearly that 9/11 and the war on terror are orchestrated by the Bush administration. Prof. David Ray Griffin held on September 14th, 2006 a lecture (‘Should the truth be revealed or concealed’ - Royal Library, video 77 min.) in Copenhagen. In this lecture he asked for a European investigation to the facts of September 11, 2001. To make this demand stronger, the United for truth organization in Belgium, is organizing a European protest rally through Brussels, on Sunday September 9th, 2007. [...] The United for truth organization consists of members of various truth, peace and human right movements in Europe.
The protesters want to show their solidarity with the American people, who are also asking the same questions and demanding the same answers for years to their government. Contrary to the anti-Sharia demonstration, planned to be held next September 11 in Brussels, the “9/9 United for Truth” demonstration of September 9 has been authorized by the Brussels authorities. Last week, the Brussels mayor, Freddy Thielemans, banned the anti-Sharia demonstration because he fears it will upset the Muslim inhabitants of Brussels. Brussels Journal
( Foran den belgiske ambassade i København demonstrerede SIAD og andre under solid politibeskyttelse. Nyd det mens I endnu får lov! - Fotos © Snaphanen, clik !)
........and greetings here from Copenhagen on a lovely late summer evening to the readers of Michelle Malkin and Gates of Vienna !
»Kære søn, lad mig fortælle dig hvad indvandringen har gjort ved dette land«
Last year, former Tory minister George Walden wrote a book [ Time to Emigrate] about the future of life in Britain and why record numbers were emigrating. Taking the form of a letter from a father to his son, it provoked a massive, positive response from readers when it was serialised in the Daily Mail.
In the book, Guy and Catherine despaired at having to bring up their two children in an area that had been dramatically changed by mass immigration, where their children had become a minority in school and teachers struggled to deal with so many pupils who did not speak English.
The country - where 57 per cent of births in the capital are now to mothers who were born abroad - seemed to be failing them on multiple fronts, not just on education but also on security and health care.
Since then, the couple have given up the battle and moved abroad to Canada. And they are not alone in their decision. As Walden pointed out in the first serialisation, a total of 350,000 people left Britain in 2004 - equivalent to a third of the population of Birmingham.
Danger: Fear of antagonising the Muslim community has put the country's security at risk from Islamic terrorists
Walden observes that despite all the changes mass immigration has brought in Britain, there remains a conspiracy of silence that has stifled debate on one of the most important issues of our age.
Now, in this thought-provoking followup, Walden examines Guy and Catherine's new quality of life, using it as a mirror to reflect the dreadful state of Britain today.
Walden, who served as higher education minister in Margaret Thatcher's government, has been married to Sarah for 38 years and they have three grown-up children. The son to whom his letters are addressed is fictional, but the incidents affecting him and his wife are based on fact.
Dear Son, Let me tell you what immigration has done to this country:
'I'm no Enoch Powell'