Decoding the Narrative
Doh, Canada

No Holds Barred

Gates of Vienna:

Many thanks to Nash Montana for translating this interview with Zana Ramadani published in Tages Anzeiger.

Zana Ramadani talks about her mother:

The values and morals from there, which my father never liked, the narrow=mindedness and the parochialism against which he had always defended himself, became more and more important to her. Because the Germans were seen as the unbelievers, and German women were sluts, she had — the older I got — an ever-increasing need to control me. Because I could defile the family honor and then no Albanian man would want to marry me anymore. And it would be seen as her fault.

Yeah. It's mothers who make sure their daughters grow up to be good slaves Muslims. However, the sons get pampered -- a different poison:

Because the boys are being raised to be princes. They are coddled, spoiled, waited on hand and foot, and last but not least they’re raised to be losers. They fail in life, because the West is a meritocracy. It’s an achievement-oriented society. But in their homes they are being taught something entirely different. They don’t know that there are expectations of them, that they have to work hard, make efforts, and endeavor. And therefore they fail. And of course it’s always someone else’s fault first: The female teacher — that kuffar slut — has no business telling a son what to do. Or just generally all Westerners; they are all racists and don’t give Muslims a chance.

It's a culture where the concept of learning is not cherished. Combine that with centuries of inbreeding and you end with mildly retarded ignorant men who, of all things, view white infidels as supremely inferior. Therefore, emulating the West is out of the question. Worse, they want to destroy it.

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