Islam Net rejoices to judgment in Strasbourg

Monday 29 October 2018

In Austria, a woman must pay a fine to say that the Prophet Muhammad was pedophile. The European Human Rights Court supports the verdict, Islam Net jubilees.

A blow to freedom of expression

Others are more critical. Advocate Vidar Strømme believes the sentence lowers the threshold for punishment against citizens who appear blasphemically.

“This is a blow to freedom of speech,” says Strømme to NRK.

The woman claimed that marriage showed that Muhammad was pedophile. She later received a fine of 480 euros plus costs for having come up with decreasing statements about religious teachings.

My comment on this:

Judgment is a blow to freedom of speech, A man marrying a 9-year-old can be called a pedophile of Western traditions. It is even so that Mohammad curtisied Aisha already when she was 6 years old. In Islamic writings, her name is so often prefixed by the title “the mother of believers”

The majority of traditional hadith sources indicate that Aisha was married to Muhammad at the age of six or seven, but she lived in the parents’ home for nine years, or ten according to Ibn Hisham, when the marriage was completed with Muhammad, when 53, in Medina

Sira of Ibn Ishaq edited by Ibn Hisham, says she was nine or ten years old at birth. The historian al-Tabari also says she was nine.

So we can surely conclude that the freedom to express itself has narrowed. Facebook has closed a bunch of pages critical of Islam. I was banned by Facebook for three days to refer to the embracing of the Third Kingdom in Islam and its consensus in the Balkans.

We shall not “bully” Islam uncritically and without foundation. But history is not to be hidden, nor is it going to be our traditions. We must be able to tell the story without being bullied by a minority. The story is there and is documented by Muslims.

Should we face this “multicultural” crush, which gives only limitations and deprives us of expressions?

The latest development

Sunday 28 October 2018

I have to thank my friends Ludwig and Lisa Kreitler for their support while I’m blocked on Facebook.

Facebook has become for Nazi on critical posts. They also block historical facts that are critical of Islam. It has disappeared several pages that are critical of Islam, entire groups are closed.

I am now on www.vk.com with my own name. On gab.ai, I’m nicknamed Munichmachine.

I urge you to register on these sites, there is no censorship.

I want to continue with the blog here, I am critical of the Norwegian system as well.

TOTALITARIANISM IN THE ISLAMIC WORLD

Saturday 27 October 2018

THE INFLUENCE OF NAZI GERMANY

NAZI QUOTATIONS ON ISLAM

ADOLF HITLER

“When the Mohammedans attempted to penetrate beyond France and into Central Europe during the eight century when they were driven back at battle of Tours.  Had the Arabs won this battle, the world would be Mohammedan today.  For theirs was a religion that believed in spreading the faith by sword and subjugating all nations to that faith.  The Germanic people would have become heirs to that religion.  Such a creed was perfectly suited to the Germanic temperament.”  Adolf Hitler quoted by Albert Speer, Inside the Third Reich, page 96.

“Had Charles Martel not been victorious at Poitiers, already, you see, the world had already fallen into the hands of the Jews, so gutless a thing Christianity! then we should in all probability have been converted to Mohammedanism, that cult which glorifies the heroism and which opens up the seventh Heaven to the bold warrior alone. Then the Germanic races would have conquered the world. Christianity alone prevented them from doing so.”  Adolf Hitler, August 28, 1942, midday from Hitler’s Secret Conversations, page 542)

“If a British statesman today demands that every problem concerning vital German interests should first be discussed with England, then I could make precisely the same claim and demand that every British problem must first be discussed with us. Admittedly, this Englishman would answer: Palestine is none of your business! But, just as Germany has no business in Palestine, so has England no business in the German Lebensraum! And if the problem is claimed to be a question of general rights, then I can only agree to this opinion if it were regarded as universal and obligatory. One says we had no right to do this or that. I would like to ask a counter-question: what right — just to quote only one example — has England to shoot down Arabs in Palestine, only because they are standing up for their home? Who gives England the right to do so?” — Adolf Hitler, Speech in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, April 1, 1939.

Palestine is at present occupied not by German troops but by the English; and that the country is undergoing restriction of its liberty by the most brutal resort to force, is being robbed of its independence and is suffering the cruelest maltreatment for the benefit of Jewish interlopers.  The Arabs living in that country would therefore certainly not have complained to Mr. Roosevelt of German aggression, but they are voicing a constant appeal to the world, deploring the barbarous methods with which England is attempting to suppress a people which loves its freedom and is merely defending it. … One fact is surely certain. In this case England is not defending herself against a threatened Arab attack, but as an uninvited interloper, is endeavoring to establish her power in a foreign territory which does not belong to her.” — Adolf Hitler, Speech Before the Reichstag, Berlin, Germany, April 28, 1939.

HEINRICH HIMMLER

“I hold all commanders and other SS officers, responsible for the most scrupulous and loyal respect for this privilege especially granted to the Moslems. They have answered the call of the Moslem chiefs and have come to us out of hatred for the common Jewish-Anglo-Bolshevik enemy and through respect and fidelity for he who they respect above all, the Führer, Adolf Hitler. There will no longer be the least discussion about the special rights afforded to the Moslems in these circles.”  Heinrich Himmler, on the formation of the SS Handshar (Muslim) Division, August 6, 1943.

Norway is on its way down on the best pension scheme

Tuesday, October 23, 2018


An average Norwegian employee can wait for a pension of only half of his salary, according to a recent Mercer report.

According to the report from the Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index, quoted by Dagens Næringsliv, an average Norwegian employee can expect a pension of 48.8 percent of the salary.

“I think this is something most people have not brought with them, and I think it’s a challenge that there are also not so many who are interested in getting it,” says Per Myklestu, CEO of Mercer Norway.

Tor Sydnes in the pension management and consulting company Gabler emphasizes that this applies to the private sector, not the public sector.

“The figure they refer to, that an average detector can wait about 49 percent of his salary in retirement seems reasonable,” says Sydnes.

It is the scheme of occupational pensions through an employer, who is not obliged to pay more than two percent of the salary for retirement, which means that Norwegian retirees get worse than in other countries, writes Dagens Næringsliv.

The survey ranks the pension scheme in 34 countries based on more than 40 criteria. Norway falls in 2018 from fourth place to sixth place, behind Denmark, Sweden and Finland.

Lonely Planet has spoken: Copenhagen is the world’s best city to visit in 2019

Tuesday, October 23, 2018


It is not only delicious to be Norwegian in Denmark. Everyone can feel good in Copenhagen. Also, the city now thrones on top of the Lonely Planet’s prestigious top-ten list for cities in 2019.

Lonely Planet’s chief editor Tom Hall, cites Copenhagen as a cutting edge city

– Old cobbled streets meet innovative menus and trendy design. Several hundred years old castles, churches and packed houses share streets and canals with modern architecture. The former Meat City offers galleries, eateries with short-range food and cool indiebarer. Copenhagen is the symbol of “scandi-cool” and deserves recognition worldwide, he says in a press release.

The pharmaceutical companies have a major influence over the studies they pay for

Monday, October 8, 2018

An investigation of industry-sponsored medical studies shows that pharmaceutical companies had an impact on all parts of the research.

Much medical research takes place in purely academic environments, ie at universities or other independent research institutions.

But when promising drugs are being developed into finished vaccines or medications and tested on humans, it is almost always a drug company that is behind.

Now the industry and independent researchers are involved: The pharmaceutical company finances the study and supplies the medicine, while physicians and researchers carry out research on their patients. This is a collaboration that both serve.

Obtains credibility from independent researchers

Hospitals gain increased competence, prestige, free access to new and better medicines, greater opportunity to follow up patients and funds for more employees.

Industry receives access to hospitals ‘patients and physicians’ treatment skills. And not least, to the credibility of independent researchers. It will be a guarantee that the research results are reliable and not controlled by industry’s financial interests.

But now a new survey suggests that this warranty is less worthwhile than we have assumed.

The results showed that industry was often deeply involved in all parts of the studies. In many cases, there were researchers from the pharmaceutical companies who analyzed the data alone. They also often wrote the research articles without their names appearing in the authors lists.

The drug companies had great influence

It is Kristine Rasmussen at the Nordic Cochrane Center at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen and her colleagues who have done the survey. They took care of the 200 latest industry-financed studies of medicines, vaccines and medical equipment, published in seven highly prestigious medical journals.

Rasmussen and co. also sent a questionnaire to the main authors of the 200 studies.

The results showed that employees from pharmaceutical companies were writing 87 percent of the articles. And in 92 percent of the cases, the industrial partner had an influence on the design of the study. In many cases, this study design may have a lot to say for what results the survey can provide.

Only four percent of the studies were completely independent, ie completely planned, performed and reported by researchers from academic institutions.

When it came to analyzing the data, industry workers were included in 73 percent of the studies, while independent researchers only participated in the analyzes in 40 percent of the cases.

This means that employees in the pharmaceutical companies not only had an influence on how the data from the study were interpreted. In many cases they had the full control. But the information in the articles about who stood for the analyzes was often ambiguous.

This result is consistent with the conclusions of previous studies.

It was also often unclear whether the independent researchers themselves had access to the data. This is consistent with previous research, writes Rasmussen and colleagues. A study from 2012 showed that industry partners often had control of the data.

Research.no also wrote about similar issues. A survey we conducted in 2017 showed that researchers often have no influence on what happens to the data from studies in Norwegian patients.

The questionnaire to Rasmussen and colleagues shows that most academics looked at the cooperation with industry as useful.

However, some reported about problems, for example because the drug company delayed the publication of the results, or that the two parties disagreed as to how the study should be designed or reported.

In a research.no research, 2015 showed that Norwegian researchers have also experienced such episodes.

– Should decline cooperation

In a comment about the research, Rasmussen writes that she and colleagues started the survey because they knew about researchers who had experienced their academic freedom limited by the industry partner.

And because they knew about researchers who were only concerned about the benefits they could derive from an industrial partnership.

Thus it was interesting to find out how widespread this was. The results of industry-sponsored clinical trials are important. They have a lot to say when professionals and health authorities decide what kind of treatment patients will receive.

Good decisions depend on the fact that the clinical studies that are based are reliable and safeguard the patient’s interests, for commercial reasons, writes Rasmussen, and strikes a blow for more independence in future studies.

– The academic environment should refuse cooperation when the industry requires control over design, implementation, data, statistical analysis or reporting.

Report: Wind turbines leads to heating

Sunday, October 7, 2018


During the first century, transition to wind power is worse than coal and gas, a new US research report shows.

The report, conducted by researchers at Harvard University, shows that if the United States received all the electricity from wind turbines, the temperature in the country would have increased by + 0.24 degrees Celsius, up to + 1.5 degrees at night. + 0.54 Celsius around the wind farms.

This would have more than eaten the benefits of decarbonizing the country’s power sector, which is intended to give a profit of – 0.1 Celsius.

However, some places on the east coast will experience lower temperatures.

In addition, the wind farms will occupy five to 20 times more area than previously thought, which will seize about a third of the United States.
Will take 100 years to achieve environmental benefits

It will take around 100 years of wind power before the benefits begin to outweigh the disadvantages, researchers conclude, no matter how much of the energy wind power takes.

“The reason is that the climate impacts of wind power instantly enter, while the benefits of reduced emissions accumulate slowly,” says physics professor David W. Keith to The Harvard Gazette, adding that “there is no free lunch.”

“If the perspective is ten years, wind power in some aspects has more impact on the climate than coal and gas,” he says.

“If the perspective is a thousand years, wind power is hugely much cleaner,” Keith says.

– Affects the climate

Keith further explains in an article in the Joule magazine that wind turbines, in addition to making power, also change the air movements in the atmosphere.

The turbines mix the air layers close to the ground with the slightly higher in the atmosphere, while extracting energy from the wind. Normally the air is more quiet at night where cold air is close to the ground while the air is warmer higher up. Therefore, the effect is particularly noticeable at night.

The turbines move more of the hot air down to the ground. In addition, they make a “windshadow” behind, where the wind is weaker, and the consequences of this are not fully investigated. In any case, the wind farms become less efficient the bigger they become.

Around individual wind turbines, the effect is negligible, but the case becomes completely different when there are thousands of them.

Previously, the study shows ten other cases where higher temperatures are detected locally around the wind farms.


– Redistributes heat into the atmosphere

– The wind turbines redistribute heat and humidity into the atmosphere, which affects the climate. We have tried to make models for this on a continental scale, Keith says.

The more wind turbines placed in the same place, the less efficient they become, especially if the wind farms span several kilometers. In addition, more of them will have to be placed in more windy places when the most attractive areas are filled up.

This is something that has not been taken into account in previous studies, Keith and his research colleague Lee Miller believe.

Refuses climate impact

Critics of the report believe that Keith and Miller really talk about your local temperature rather than global warming. In particular, the American Wind Energy Association, AWEA, is in the throat of the report, which believes that climate change is not at all the only baking temperatures.

– Keith and Miller’s analysis explores an excessively high level of wind turbine deployment and the effect it can have at higher local temperatures. However, they have not found that wind power leads to global warming, nor to the cascade of side effects and self-reinforcing effects we get from carbon pollution, writes communications advisor Greg Alvarez.

Keith emphasizes that the report is not meant to be a fundamental criticism of wind power.

“The work should also be seen as the first step in looking more seriously at the consequences of increased use of renewable energy sources,” he said.

To the Technology Review magazine, powered by MIT, he believes that the world should perhaps support more against solar cell technology and invest less on wind power.

The Christian film The Encounter

Tuesday 2 October 2018

Synopsis :

Five strangers are forced to re-examine their life choices after finding themselves stranded at a mysterious, isolated diner with a man who somehow has all of the answers to their most pressing problems. From the callous businessman (Steve “Sting” Borden) to the unhappily married couple, the desperate runaway, and the solitary woman, each of these lost souls faces an existential dilemma that has thrown their lives into chaos. But the proprietor of the restaurant, a man called himself Jesus (Bruce Marchiano), possesses the secret to freeing them all from an eternity of suffering, if they could only see outside of themselves long enough to understand just what’s at stake.

A review on IMDB. I find the exactly what I experienced :

First of all I find it unsettling that there are some who attack people’s ratings of this movie because of a failure to meet a cinematic standard they want to see in a movie or others beliefs as Christians. We’re suppose to rate the movie, not peoples ratings or their beliefs.

This is a low budget film, of course it’s not going to be on the same level as a major Hollywood blockbuster. But what it lacks in that is made up in the content of the film. The actors chosen for this film are perfect for their roles.

What I enjoyed about The Encounter is the reality of Jesus who knows everybody and how he intervenes and reaches out even when they don’t know he is there. The concept of meeting him at a diner I found to be brilliant, making him personable and real. It’s put a fresh new perspective of him in my life and how simple it is to reach out back to him.

This is a different Christian movie than most others and really refreshing. It really showed the reality of the choices we are faced with and the consequences, both good and bad of those choices, and the constant battle between good and evil.

If you’re a Christian, you’ll love this movie, if you’re not, it’s definitely worth giving it a chance because believe it or not, this movie shows a real side of Jesus you won’t find anywhere else. It succeeds in showing how real and approachable Jesus really is. There are much worse things you could waste your time watching.

You find the whole film on YouTube in a bit poor quality