“Enough is Enough”

Last week I reported on Traian Ungureanu, a Romanian candidate for the EU Parliament. Conservative Swede has now posted an article written by Traian himself and translated from the Romanian.

Here’s what CS says by way of introduction:

In order to give you some more background on where the Romanian MEP candidate Traian Ungureanu stands on Islam, here is an article he wrote during the Danish cartoons affair. It was published in the newspaper Cotidianul, one of the most popular dailies in Romania. It’s one of his prime pieces, reminding us well about who they are, who we are, and what it’s all about. And Traian is not holding back his words. It’s a pleasure reading it. Many thanks to Armance who translated the article. So here you’re sent by time warp back to early 2006.

Here are excerpts from Traian’s article, as translated by Armance:

For the laughter of the civilized world
by Traian Ungureanu

It mutilated children. It found in the subway the common citizen, commuter in his way to the office, and disfigured him. It humiliated women. It persecuted fearful minds and brought to the point of desperation noble souls. For all these reasons, the fear and the horror have suffocated in us the healthy life of our conscience. But all this has happened until a day of Friday, the 30th of September 2005, when a Danish newspaper had a simple and strong idea: the daily “Jyllands-Posten” published a series of cartoons on Islamic subjects. The prophet is sitting on the top of a cloud and is shouting, overwhelmed by the endless queue of suicidal terrorists who arrive in Heaven after finishing their job: “Stop! We’ve ran out of virgins!”

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Yesterday, after 5 months of indoctrination [since the cartoons had been first published], the crowds set ablaze the Danish embassies in Damascus and Beirut. In London, mobs of families with mothers in burqas, scary fathers and children diapered in suicide belts protested in the centre of the city. Their slogans: “F**k freedom!”, “We promise you the real Holocaust”, “The enemies of Islam must be beheaded”, and a question as an offer: “Do you want again bombs in the subway?” Libya has closed its embassy in Denmark, and Saudi Arabia has called back home its ambassador. All the Islamic world, from Jakarta to Tripoli, has an outburst of fury, but has enough lucidity to follow two goals: apologies for an insult and a law of obligatory respect for the Islamic religion in the West.

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Enough is enough! These sinister clowns have made too much fools out of themselves. What does this fury planned in the capitals of the Arab world want to impose on us? The concern for the good reputation of the prophet? But for that we have, all over the civilized world, laws which the Arabs should worship 5 times a day. Because it’s these laws which establish — in Denmark, in France, in England or in Romania — the right of every Muslim to worship their prophet in mosques that the believers built incessantly and without restrictions. But it’s also the laws of our countries that establish — in Denmark, in England or in Romania — that nobody has the right to silence someone who wants to ridicule, to gossip or to contradict. This is our European spirit: polite, but at the same time addicted to debates. Some of them might be pleasant, some of them not. Who wants the dark discipline of the moral police who forbids the jewels in shape of crucifixes and confiscate Bibles should leave Europe immediately (the same Europe where they learned very well to use a passport and to take advantage on the social benefits). If Europe is not good enough, they are free to feel as gods in Saudi Arabia or Iran.

Read the rest at Conservative Swede.

6 thoughts on ““Enough is Enough”

  1. Good to see that the Romanians are fielding anti-islamic candidates in the EU elections! The mainstream parties in Europe (and North America) are out of touch with what their people want; so, the people are supporting politicians wise enough to see through the haze of multicultural crap. Islam is fascism, it’s that simple.

  2. Ex-communist countries are still underestimated in the antijihad camp.

    It is a large area with people trained to understand totalitarian implications in detail and not so ready to dive in the PC swamps.

    Quotes from recent history might bash your leftists. The good strategy would be to accuse them of not knowing European history.

    Then those who were under islamic rule might provide nice stories as well. A Serb who grew up with Bosnians and Albanians knows the mind-set. And all this you can sell innocently under the label “know Europe(ans) better”.

    Becuse they love (the leftists) to show the condescending love of non-halal Western folks, they might be forced to listen. Accepting this and that more readily.

    The irony is that 2 decades ago we were labeled as “New Europe” en bloc, with progressing islamization in the “West” we become fast again “Old Europe”.

  3. Czechmade: The irony is that 2 decades ago we were labeled as “New Europe” en bloc, with progressing islamization in the “West” we become fast again “Old Europe”.

    I think this might be an excellent distinction and label to begin using in the war against Islam. It appears that, due to their previous communist oppression, Eastern European countries are more immunized against the tyranny of Political Correctness and Multiculturalism.

    As Muslim colonization of Western Europe proceeds apace it might be best to distinguish “Old Europe” as having “Old World”, values in contrast to those of the dhimmi governments in France, Britain, Sweden and so forth.

  4. Traian Ungureanu was fired from Cotidianul, the news paper he was writing for, a few months ago because Cotidianul leadership said that writing there is incompatible with his EU Parl. candidacy. Many people were buying Cotidianul to read his articles, which were by far the best they had, but he was always smeared by the leftists writing there. So, what was once an important newspaper, started by an important Romanian anticomunist, Ion Ratiu, is falling more and more into irrelevancy, and firing Traian Ungureanu is something that accelerated its fall.

  5. Traian Ungureanu is to be commended for resisting Islamization of Europe and calling out the Islamic fascists for what they are.

    However, I would be interested in some of Mr. Ungureanu’s views on other issues. I note that he is a member of the governing Democratic Liberal party, a center-right party, and not the extremist Greater Romania party, which is, in addition to being anti-Islamic, also hates Hungarians, Jews, and Gypsies, among other. I hope Mr. Ungureneau is not subject to similar prejudices.

  6. Hi Gordon,

    Traian Ungureanu has nothing to do with Great Romania Party, which is just a party of old communists that are just loonier and more disgusting than the regular ones. They are generally despised in Romania and for good reason.

    He is nowhere associated with these guys and the only vilification that is done on him is of being too close to the group of conservative intelectuals that are supporting president Basescu. He is one of his strongest supporters to the horror of 99% of the press and media.

    I am not a close observer of Romanian internal affairs but until now, I have not heard of any discussion regarding his views on Islam. Train is openly pro-Israel, pro-American, pro open market.. He is a conservative and probably the best writer in present day Romania journalism.

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