Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/2/2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/2/2012The trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has finally concluded. Mr. Mubarak and his former interior minister Habib Adli were convicted and sentenced to life in prison. In Mr. Mubarak’s case, of course, that may not be a very long sentence.

In other news, former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi said that Italy should use its own mint to print euro banknotes to help ease the financial crisis. He also said that if France and Germany didn’t like his idea, they could quit the euro.

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2 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/2/2012

  1. Message in Belgium, and in France
    – Identic, same message to the peoples

    – Bend over for sharia, or leave!

    Violent in Bretagne, France, Saturday, where the local Britons managed to form a barriere in front of the hotel where they had a meeting on immigration.

    Around 40 Jihadists had gathered outside the hotel crying for jihad and sharia for the Britons.

    Belgium, Molenbeek
    “If you don’t accept the muslims and sharia which will dominate you, get out! You can leave with all the kuffars to the North Pole, or elsewhere. Either you accept, or you withdraw. It’s as simple as that.”

    Fouad Belkacem
    (dismissed of his Belgium citicenship)

    What is the difference from a war? The invaded just don’t get the message that they are being waged war upon

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