The elections were rigged.
The none Muslim has NO voice.
The ELECTIONS were won by a guy who wants to join the ISLAMIC countries. They are going to become a THEOCRACY and the CALIPHATE of Islam will be installed. Shariah will be the LAW of the land.
If anyone wants to see what ILLEGAL immigration causes, this is the PERFECT example. This once mostly Christian area has had illegal Muslims cross. They reproduced and and 10 years (yes, just ten years later) they (now mostly Muslim) have elected to become part of the CALIPHATE.
If this sounds familiar in any form, please, read Atlas’ article below(the highlighted blue)
Just so you know- the US has had a LARGE part in this, against your will, because it was done without ANY of your say.
Obama sent your money $23 million to Kenya:
Kenya – Obama violates federal law and sends YOUR (US) tax payer dollars ($23 million and counting), while in a major recession, to SUPPORT abortion in Kenya’s new Constitution.
Obama’s cousin is a high official in Kenya.
Other challenges have focused on Obama’s citizenship through his father, a Kenyan subject to the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom at the time of his birth, thus making him a dual citizen. The cases contend the framers of the Constitution excluded dual citizens from qualifying as natural born.
So who was Barack Obama Sr.? He was a Luo tribesman who grew up in Kenya and studied at Harvard. He was a polygamist who had, over the course of his lifetime, four wives and eight children. One of his sons, Mark Obama, has accused him of abuse and wife-beating. He was also a regular drunk driver who got into numerous accidents, killing a man in one and causing his own legs to be amputated due to injury in another. In 1982 he got drunk at a bar in Nairobi and drove into a tree, killing himself.
Obama’s illegal aunt is Kenyan:
Onyango reportedly first came to the U.S. in 2000 with the intention of returning to Kenya, but said she fell ill and could not afford the trip home. She suffers from the autoimmune disorder Guillain-Barre syndrome. Her first request for asylum was denied in 2004.
UN PROPAGANDIST SHILLING FOR ISLAMIC TAKEOVER OF IVORY COAST
Yesterday I posted on the troubling trend in the sweeping islamization of Africa. Latest victim: the Ivory Coast.
Well the leftist tools and the Islamic apologists are out there doing their master’s bidding. Shameful. They are afraid that free men may pay attention to this. The Cote D’Ivoire going Islamic is not good on any level. I wonder if this UN reporter, Mark Leon Goldberg, is against independence for Southern Sudan. Genocide is a small price to pay so as not to insult Islam, eh Goldberg?
Speaking of which, watch the referendum in Sudan this coming Sunday. The vote to declare the Christian South independent of the genocidal Muslim north and the jihadi Khartoum government is crucial.
Cote D’Ivoire seems to have attracted the attention of the anti-Muslim agitator Pamela Geller. Alasanne Ouatarra, you see, is Muslim. To Geller, his victory in the November 28 elections presages “an Islamic takeover of the Ivory Coast.” She approvingly cites this piece:
we are witnessing one of those watershed moments in history: Ivory Coast is about to toggle from a (mostly) Christian country to a Muslim country. The winner of the election is a Muslim — the head of the Muslim rebel forces in the north of the country — and the loser is a non-Muslim. Ivory Coast is on the verge of officially joining the Ummah.
Muslims do not need to be in the majority to force Islamic rule on a country. They simply need to be present in numbers sufficient to terrorize, threaten, bribe, and defraud their way into power. The exact percentage varies according to circumstances, but absentintervention from an external force, full Islamization can be expected by the time a country becomes 40% Muslim.
This is clearly ridiculous drivel. Yet, at the same time, it is worth watching the extent to which this line of criticism gains traction. There is a fairly vibrant anti-Muslim movement here in the United States, of which Geller is arguably the online leader. Her online protestations of the Park 51 Islamic Cultural Center in lower Manhattan, for example, resulted in some very real-life protests. It also gained the support of mainstream political leaders, like Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich.
It is worth observing if this this line on Cote D’Ivoire stays in the extremist blogosphere or if it trickles toward the mainstream. If politicians start to echo this kind of garbage, the unity that has so far been achieved in support of Outtara’s electoral victory may begin to fracture.
UN seeks troops for Cote d’Ivoire
Peacekeeping chief to request up to 2,000 more forces as world body presses disputed leader Laurent Gbagbo to step down.
Last Modified: 06 Jan 2011 01:42 GMT
The UN is calling for up to 2,000 peacekeepers to bolster existing forces in Cote d’Ivoire, as the world body continues to press disputed leader Laurent Gbagbo to step down.
The additional troops would reinforce the 9,800-strong UN force currently in the West African country, Alain Le Roy, the UN peacekeeping undersecretary-general, said on Wednesday.
He said the UN would make a formal request for the troops from the 15-nation Security Council next week, for deployment within weeks.
“In light of the current crisis in [Cote d’Ivoire], beefing up the UN peacekeeping operation would make a lot of sense,” Nicholas Birnback, a spokesman for the UN peacekeeping mission, said.
Some 800 peacekeepers are stationed in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire’s largest city, outside of the Golf Hotel, where the government of opposition leader Alassane Ouattara has been holed up since the country’s disputed presidential runoff on November 28.
The UN, the African Union, the 15-nation West African regional group ECOWAS and other world powers have recognised Ouattara as the winner of the November vote.
But Gbagbo has refused for more than a month to step down after a decade in power, sparking a political crisis that has left more than 170 people dead.
‘Tantamount to heist’
The US state department told Al Jazeera that Gbagbo’s refusal to concede defeat in the election is “tantamount to a heist”.
“The issue is that former president Gbagbo needs to do the right thing [and] recognise the results of the election that were well-certified by international means that had been put in place,” Mary Beth Leonard, the director of West African affairs at the state department, said.
“The essential and key element is for him to recognise the results of the election. His continued refusal to acknowledge those results is tantamount to a heist of the democratic process.”
ECOWAS has threatened to use military force to oust Gbagbo, but it has said doing so would be a last resort and it opened the door to negotiations. However, Ouattara has said he is not willing to meet Gbagbo until he cedes power.
Speaking on Wednesday, Ouattara said removing Gbagbo from power would not lead to civil war.
“All that needs to be done, as has been done in other African countries, is to come and get Gbagbo and remove him from the presidential palace,” he said from the Golf Hotel.
His comments came a day after ECOWAS announced that Gbagbo had agreed to further talks and promised to lift a blockade around Ouattara’s temporary headquarters.
In a statement on Tuesday, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the African Union said that that Gbagbo had “agreed to negotiate a peaceful end to the crisis without any preconditions”.
But it did not elaborate on what actions that would entail other than lifting a blockade around the hotel where his rival is based.
ISLAMIC TAKEOVER OF IVORY COAST IMMINENT
We are witnessing an Islamic takeover of the Ivory Coast. And the French (and the UN, US, and Europe) are helping them. Sick. The reportage on the Ivory Coast election is biased and Islamophliac. Centurion has a good report here: The Ivory Coast joins the ummah.
What this article and others like it don’t tell you is that we are witnessing one of those watershed moments in history: Ivory Coast is about to toggle from a (mostly) Christian country to a Muslim country. The winner of the election is a Muslim — the head of the Muslim rebel forces in the north of the country — and the loser is a non-Muslim. Ivory Coast is on the verge of officially joining the Ummah.
The report below cites the surge of illegal immigrants from Ivory Coast’s Muslim neighbors as the cause of Mr. Ouattara’s victory. However, Ivory Coast is already a member of the OIC, and as of the 2004 figures in my database, it had a population of 17,298,040, with 6,677,043 Muslims. That’s 38.6%, which is already past the point where you would expect the imposition of sharia. What is happening now is simply the formal handing-over of the keys.
Muslims do not need to be in the majority to force Islamic rule on a country. They simply need to be present in numbers sufficient to terrorize, threaten, bribe, and defraud their way into power. The exact percentage varies according to circumstances, but absent intervention from an external force, full Islamization can be expected by the time a country becomes 40% Muslim.
Below is a bulletin on the situation from ASSIST News:
Ivory Coast on the brink: A call to pray for Ivory Coast
By Elizabeth Kendal
We are losing Africa. Watch the referendum in Sudan this coming Sunday. The vote to declare the Christian South independent of the genocidal Muslim north and the jihadi Khartoum government is crucial. And Kenya just instituted a shariah compliant Constitution, thanks to President Mobamma and your taxpayer dollars.
Islamic Revival, a website that aims to “provide a resource of articles and multimedia material to aid in the Revival of the Ummah,” here:
What is going on in the Ivory Coast? The second presidential elections were held on 28th November, 2010 and the Constitutional Council which supports the incumbent president Laurent Gbagbo declared him elected with 51.45% votes, while the Election Commission declared his rival Hassan Ouattara to be winner with 54.10% votes. The United States, the United Nations and the UN Security Council have meanwhile acknowledged the results declared by the Election Commission and Hassan Ouattara as the winner. President Laurent Gbagbo has rejected this and regards himself as the winner as declared by the Constitutional Council and insists on remaining in authority.
More from Islamic apologist Erika Amoako-Agyei:
The nation’s thriving cocoa industry has created one of the highest living standards in the West African region, so people from neighboring countries, such as Mali and Burkina Faso, migrated there to earn their living and benefit from the thriving economy. Some of these people shared ethnic ties to those living in northern Ivory Coast and like them were mostly Muslim. Some southerners, encouraged by populist politicians, began to resent the influx and demanded action to protect the country’s “Ivoirite (Ivorian-ness)”.
After being portrayed as not being real Ivoirians, northerners [Muslims] started to complain that they were being discriminated against. Mr. Ouattara, a Muslim, who was a former Prime Minister, is a prime example. He was banned from standing for president in previous elections because it was said his parents came from Burkina Faso. Similarly, many northerners said they were being refused national identity cards and the right to vote.
From the leftist Spec: (hat tip Michael B.)
Gbagbo, once a history professor and a prodemocracy campaigner, has latterly turned himself into the self-appointed defender of the Christian peoples in the southern half of Ivory Coast. Now he says: “I do not believe at all in a civil war. But obviously, if the pressures continue as they have, they will push toward war, confrontation.”
He knows about civil war, because one broke out two years after he was elected president in 2000. Military mutineers, mostly Muslim troops from the north who didn’t want to be demobilized and lose their jobs, attempted to seize power in Abidjan.
They were quickly defeated in the capital, but other Muslim troops took control all across the north. French troops blocked them from moving south, and after a couple of months the divided country settled into the sullen ceasefire that has lasted for the past eight years. The civil war that Gbagbo is warning about would be the second round, not the first.
Then why doesn’t he just accept his electoral defeat and quit? Partly because he just wants to stay in power, of course, but it’s not as simple as that. He has real support among the Christians of the south, because many of them see Ouattara as the democratic facade of a Muslim takeover bid that began with the military mutiny in 2002.
The north-south division in Ivory Coast is real. The country has shifted from a narrow Christian majority 25 years ago to a Muslim majority today — and it has done so largely through illegal immigration from the much poorer, entirely Muslim countries to the north: Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea.
About four million of the 21 million people now living in Ivory Coast are illegal immigrants, and almost all of those immigrants are Muslims. It has changed the electoral balance, because many of them register to vote, especially in the north of the country where they speak the same languages as the local citizens. Southerners are afraid that they will lose control, and so they back Gbagbo.
The African Union is determined to force Gbagbo to accept the election outcome because it wants to break with the past and make democratic elections the norm in Africa. It has had some recent successes in thwarting military coups, but the situation in Ivory Coast is a lot murkier, and direct intervention by the AU would be a lot harder.
Armchair generals in the AU and ECOWAS talk boldly of military intervention to drive Gbagbo from power, referencing the successful operations to end civil wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in recent years. But Ivory Coast is five times bigger and richer than either of those countries, and its army can actually fight.
Besides, where would the AU and ECOWAS find enough African troops to intervene effectively? Only Nigeria is big enough, but it is most unlikely to commit a lot of troops this year to what might be a real war in Ivory Coast. This is an election year in Nigeria, and body bags coming home as the voters go to the polls are rarely a vote-winner.
The U.S. and the European Union have already imposed sanctions on Gbagbo’s government, and the Central Bank of West African States has blocked his access to Ivory Coast’s account. These are measures that will work slowly, if at all, but there is no alternative. Starting a war is rarely a good idea. Starting an unwinnable one never is.