Vote for Anti-Dhimmi Internationale 2010!

Jihad Watch is holding its annual awards, and all six candidates for “Anti-Dhimmi Internationale” should be familiar to regular Gates of Vienna readers:

Every one of these people is worthy of the title of “Anti-Dhimmi”, so make sure you go over to Jihad Watch and vote for your choice.

And if you’re from Chicago, vote often.

11 thoughts on “Vote for Anti-Dhimmi Internationale 2010!

  1. lbertarian —

    A lot of people are infected with the Screaming Nazi Heeber-Jeebers these days, and that may be part of the problem. They would likely be leery of someone who speaks German and has publicly expressed his doubts about the IQ of Third World immigrants.

    Besides Thilo Sarrazin, Tommy Robinson should have been on the list. And Lars Vilks, too for that matter.

    But let’s not quibble. It’s still a pretty good list. Except maybe for Angela.

  2. Let’s all face it; Merkle’s inclusion isn’t based upon merit (as if!), her nomination results from how impossible it was to ignore a Liberal icon like herself so publicly announcing the failure of Multiculturalism. Her admission reached more Liberal ears than Wilders, Condell or Sarrazin could ever hope to, combined.

    Sarrazin was far too tainted by the usual unjust smears and also, as the Baron noted, how tittyfingered the general public remains over admitting that much of the Third World is little more than an intellectual sink.

    My personal vote is for Pat Condell. He is Churchill incarnate, even if he does suffer from the Zappa Syndrome™, as in being so busy putting a hand up the skirts of conventional religious thought that he alienates much of his otherwise superb content.

  3. Angela-bloody-Merkel !!!

    If that’s what passes as an “Anti-Dhimmi” these days then I give up.

    No, come to think of it, I won’t actually give up, I’ll just vote for someone else.

  4. I voted for Geert Wilders. He’s been fighting the good fight for a long time, and at great personal cost.

    That said, Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff may turn out to be the 2011 winner.

    I hope to see a lot of names to choose from next year.

  5. From a European point of view, including Angela Merkel, yet leaving out Robinson, Sarrazin and Stadler is downright weird.

    Yes, I know a lot of Americans are running scared, believing they’ll be blamed for being ‘Nazis’ if they include relevant names like Robinson, Sarrazin and Stadler. This is a testament to the effectiveness of leftist smears.

    Yes, Merkel was good with her “Death of MultiKulti” statement, that was very useful. But look at her track record of submission to the European Union, her clueless condemnation of Sarrazin etc., and you’ll see a bureaucrat who happened to have a lucky strike, not really an anti-dhimmi.

  6. Amen to that Henrik!

    When people are affraid of leftist smears then there’s still something definitely wrong. It should be considered a badge of honour to be attacked by the progressive [nocturnally flapping mammals under a crescent moon], and being called an “islamophobe”.

    Admitting to the colossal failure of elitist and bureaucratic multiculturalism (also financially, wasting taxpayers money on an immense scale) should not have gained her a nomination in a field where others have put their very own lives on the line.

    She can only be considered to have slightly elevated herself above the menacing mob of clueless bureaucrats who are still putting Western society on the road towards their multiculti (i.e. islamic) wonderland.

    Kind regs from Amsterdam,

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