Monday, June 3, 2013

Vienna: Teachers Told Not to Cover the Topic of Turkish Sieges in Class In Case Immigrant Children Feel Offended

Siege of Vienna 1529:


Battle of Vienna 1683 (at the origin of the significance of the 11th of September for muslims):




Monday, 3 June 2013

Out of consideration for immigrants of Turkish background teachers in a Vienna elementary school have been advised to no longer cover the topic in their teaching. Whoever does not comply is threatened with being transferred, reports the newspaper Krone. After all the Turks could feel insulted when they are reminded of their defeats. The Turkish wars are of major significance for Austrian history, however. Vienna alone twice faced major Turkish sieges - and beat back the attackers both times. Parents are angry about the initiative of the Vienna headmasters; even the Krone speaks of a "falsification of history".



 Anonymous said...

"It is not a city alone that we have to save, but the whole of Christianity, of which the City of Vienna is the bulwark. This war is a holy war."

King Jan Sobiewski, to the Austrian and Polish relief forces, on September 11, 1683, as they prepared to engage the Moslem army which for almost three months had laid siege to Vienna for the second time in its history. The Moslem forces of the Sultanate outnumbered by many thousands the small Christian relief force, but the latter won the Battle at the Gates of Vienna, and thereby saved Europe from the Moslems' planned conquest of Europe, and possibly England (not yet, Great Britain).

With all the voices we hear raised over the threat of the Islamisation of the West, and especially of Europe --- voices speaking of Moslem demographic increase, or of the need to seek all avenues of 'dialogue' with the enemy, of those political forces which act with Islam to destroy the moral, intellectual, legal and even racial and religious identity of the majority of Westerners, it should be a sobering thought that others before us have trid this path, and in sometimes far more immediately life-threatening and destructive experiences. And it finally came, as it always does, to a choice of life under Islamic enslavement/conversion and fighting to the death.

For almost 70 years, the Viennese, Austrians and Europeans en masse have been attacked by several forces in a cultural, racial and religious assault and this latest --- of trying to silence the teaching and learning of one's own history --- requires people (parents, individuals, groups and media) to go on the offensive. To be denied one's history is to be denied one's very identity and it breaks faith with our ancestors and our Civilisation if we permit this evil to triumph.


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