Sunday, October 28, 2007

Turks set cars alight in Brussels

Lá na Europa parece que o negócio agora é berrar alto. Depois tem que fazer cara de coitadinho. Se você botar pra quebrar e ao mesmo tempo vier com papo de ser uma vítima de não-sei-o-quê, vão passar a mão na sua cabeça. Mesmo que você faça muita, muita merda.

A Bélgica é o maior exemplo. Para variar. (Isso que dá ter um monte de pedófilos no governo.) Dessa vez os turcos ficaram putinhos e saíram quebrando tudo e atacando os curdos que moram também por lá. Antes eram os marroquinhos que faziam as arruaças. Mas eles não perderiam a oportunidade de fazer alguma coisa! Em Amsterdã, queimaram carros e esfaquearam os outros. (Queimar carros virou moda. Apunhalar pode virar marca. Cortar a cabeça é marca exclusiva daquela gente perturbada do Iraque. Homem-bomba é palestino. Se bem que antes era coisa de vietnamita. Só gente boa.)

Por essas e outras prefiro ficar no Brasil. Aqui também cortam cabeça, apunhalam, ferram com os carros... só nunca ouvi falar em homem-bomba. Mas tem uma coisa. Se houver a III Guerra Mundial, aqui deve ser o último lugar onde vai cair um míssil nuclear. (Hm, imagina o recomeço da civilização a partir do Brasil...)

Notícia sobre as arruaças saiu no Brussels Journal. Parte mais legal: "Apparently, some Turks think that by attacking the Armenians in Brussels they can convince the world that the Turks never committed a genocide of the Armenians." Esse Paul Belien é um cara muito legal.

Turks Set Cars Alight in Brussels
From the desk of Paul Belien on Wed, 2007-10-24 23:21

Tonight (Wednesday evening) heavy rioting erupted in Turkish quarters of Brussels, the capital of Belgium. Buses and trams were attacked. Several cars were torched and shops destroyed. Police forces were unable to restore law and order in the boroughs of Sint-Joost-ten-Node and Schaarbeek where since last Sunday the animosity among Turks is running high. Turkish flags are omnipresent. In some streets the Turkish crescent and star adorns almost every house.


The Turks’ anger was provoked by rising tension with Kurds along the Iraqi-Turkish border and by the debate in the American Congress about the Turkish genocide of the Armenians in 1915. On Sunday night Turkish youths in Sint-Joost destroyed the pub of Peter Petrossian, an ethnic Armenian who had to flee for his life. Apparently, some Turks think that by attacking the Armenians in Brussels they can convince the world that the Turks never committed a genocide of the Armenians.


Tonight the youths attacked Kurdish shops. They also set fire to several cars.


Belgium’s Muslim population consists mainly of Moroccans and Turks. In the past rioting Muslim youths were mostly Moroccans. The Turkish community is controlled by the Turkish embassy. The latter used to restrain the Turkish population so as not to upset the Belgian authorities and thwart Turkey’s chances of EU admission. This policy seems to have changed recently. In Antwerp, too, Turkish youths demonstrated tonight.


The events in Brussels indicate that in admitting large numbers of immigrants Belgium has also imported the ethnic quarrels of the Middle East.


Meanwhile in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, Moroccan youths have been burning cars for more than a week now. Today a 15-year old Amsterdam schoolboy was stabbed by youths. The boy survived the attack but is seriously wounded. On 11 October a 16-year old Amsterdam boy was stabbed to death in school. On 4 September a similar incident occurred in the Belgian city of Ghent where a 14-year old Belgian boy fought for his life after being stabbed in the throat by two immigrant youths from his school.

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