Counterjihad Vienna 2008

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The Counterjihad Vienna Conference was held in Vienna on 10 May 2008. Keynote speaker Serge Trifkovic argued that:

an education campaign about the teaching and practice of Islam should result in legislative action that would exclude Islam from the societies it is targeting - not because it is an intolerant “religion,” but because it is an inherently seditious totalitarian ideology incompatible with the values of the West.[1]

Baron Bodissey (Edward S. May) described the event as a 'working meeting':

One of the purposes of our meeting in Vienna was to move the center of gravity for our activities out of the United States and into Europe itself, among the people who will bear the brunt of Eurabia and who thus have the greatest incentive to resist it.
There will undoubtedly be more European workshops, and I (and other Americans) may well be involved. But action in a distributed network should be planned and executed close to where it is most needed and where it will be the most effective.[2]

He added that: "Although we covered a broad range of future actions, the particular focus of the Vienna conference was “Defending Civil Liberties in Europe”, so that the emphasis was on what would be called “First Amendment issues” if we were dealing with the United States. [3]

Participants

Notes

  1. Dymphna, Counterjihad Vienna 2008, Gates of Vienna, 12 May 2008.
  2. Baron Bodissey, Slouching Towards Vienna, Gates of Vienna, 16 May 2008.
  3. Baron Bodissey, Slouching Towards Vienna, Gates of Vienna, 16 May 2008.
  4. Baron Bodissey, Slouching Towards Vienna, Gates of Vienna, 16 May 2008.
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