As the Islamization crisis deepens in Europe, and Eurabia becomes more and more of a reality, several points of intransigent conflict between the United States and Europe will become glaringly obvious.
One such point is the admission of Turkey to the European Union. This is an issue which is wildly unpopular across the whole EU, so much so that even the French government seems set to oppose it. Yet successive American administrations of both parties have enthusiastically supported it.
The newest issue is the independence of Kosovo. An independent Kosovar state would be poverty-stricken, corrupt, a hotbed of Wahhabism, and dangerous to the stability of the whole continent. Yet, outside of Serbia itself, there is little official opposition to the prospect of an independent Kosovo.
Now comes the news that the Danish People’s Party, which is an important component of Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen’s ruling Venstre-Konservativ coalition, has broken ranks with Venstre and come out in opposition to independence for Kosovo.
According to today’s Jyllands-Posten (my translation):
DPP says no to government recognition of Kosovo
DPP breaks for the first time with the VK [ruling coalition] government over an essential foreign policy question. The party refused to support the recognition of Kosovo.
The Danish People’s Party breaks for the first time with the government over an essential foreign policy question.
The VK government’s party has made it clear in a letter to foreign minister Per Stig Møller (K) that the Danish People’s Party will go against the government’s plan to recognize Kosovo as an independent state.
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“Normally, you know, we stand loyally behind the government on all essential foreign policy questions, which is not difficult, because we are generally right behind them on foreign policy. But as to Kosovo, we are in disagreement about the course the government has laid out, and therefore we felt the time was right to inform the government of our position,” says Søren Espersen, the foreign policy spokesman for the Danish People’s Party.
The Danish People’s Party writes in a letter to the foreign minister that the international community is setting out to do an injustice to Serbia, and the decision to recognize Kosovo will violate the UN charter, which emphasizes the member countries’ territorial integrity.
Hat tip: TB.
Note: My Danish is shaky at best. If I have gotten the sense of this article significantly wrong, I welcome correction by our Viking readers.