Worshipping Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Like so many asylum seekers, Hirsi Ali concocted a scheme to get asylum in
the Netherlands. She climbed her way up the social ladder as an employee of
the socialist Party PVDA and became a citizen. When Professor Pim Fortuyn
broke the conspiracy of silence and challenged their dangerous and
destructive multicultural agenda, which includes condoning and financing the
oppression of minority women, Hirsi Ali was hand-picked by the so-called
tolerant social democrats to label him a racist and danger to minorities.
The media labeled him the right-wing anti-immigrant populist and a Hitler.
On May 6, 2002 Pim Fortuyn was assassinated and Hirsi Ali became an instant
celebrity. With the blessing of the feminist elite, who have been
instrumental in the social isolation of minority women (with children), she
was elected a member of the Dutch parliament for the free market liberal
party VVD. Hirsi Ali took advantage of the anything and everything goes
culture in the West and had everybody hanging on her every word and meeting
her every need. While references to God and religion are subjected to
vicious attacks, Hirsi Ali is being worshipped as if she were God.
Pim Fortuyn was killed because he had the courage to take a stand against
the rise of Islamic fundamentalism in the Netherlands. Now the so-called
atheist Muslim is making waves with exactly what he was deprived of, his
freedom of thought and right to free speech. Hirsi Ali’s former socialist
comrades, who in 2002 demonized Pim Fortuyn resulting in his murder 4 years
ago, come out with the details about her fraud, which led to another uproar.
Now that she is being questioned I am again insulted with the countless
headlines and sob stories about her mistreatment. Hirsi Ali said that she
was on a mission. That mission in Europe is now completed and she resigned
from the Dutch Parliament. She is now on her way to conquer the United
States. She has the clearance of the U.S State department and also has a job
waiting for her at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington D. C.
Societies priding themselves as being enlightened and civilized with respect
for human rights are destroying the lives of the innocent in their midst and
worshipping deception, corruption and those who satisfy the perverted
pleasures of the powers that be.
Because of the media hype about Hirsi Ali, the rest of the world knows about
the conditions of Muslim woman in the Netherlands. Pim Fortuyn, may his soul
rest in peace, against all odds defended the dignity of all (minority) women
in the Netherlands. Blinded by sensationalism the media hypes up one person
and fails to report the truth. Other women (mothers) such as myself,
Surinam-born, Dutch citizens by birth, are being deprived of their freedom
of choice and subjected to inhumane treatment by the Dutch government.
I was arbitrarily deprived of my nationality, denied the right to regain my
nationality, forced into a marriage to remain in the Netherlands, denied
educational opportunities and the right to make a living. My life needed to
be governed by the state. Once a slave, always a slave. According to the
Dutch political elite, individual liberty and freedom of choice are only for
the so-called educated elite and feminists. When I challenged this notion, I
was among other things intimidated and threatened that my life would not be
safe in the Netherlands if I did not remain silent and accept the brutality
against my person.
I escaped the torture of the Netherlands and applied for asylum in 2000, but
in 2002 the U. S Board of Immigration Appeals denied my request for
protection and ordered me deported back to perilous conditions, while
another woman from the Netherlands with the help of the Dutch government was
granted asylum in the U.S in November 2001.
If anything, the worshipping of Ayaan Hirsi Ali (or shall I say Ms. Magan
because that is her assumed real name) exposed the hypocrisy of the mighty
and superior secular West. Like in the dark days past some lives are still
worth more than others and freedom is not for all, freedom is only just for
some. The more things change, the more they remain the same and as Marvin
Gaye sang, it makes me wanna holler!
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