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Thursday, 26 February 2009

Keep Muslims out, says Wilders

This video is interesting. This interview (click below) went out in the States, and the first thing Geert Wilders – maker of Fitna and banned from showing it at the invitation of British legislators – says is that the USA thinks more of free speech than the UK does.

Given what happened here, he has a point.

British politicians – usually third-rate politically correct careerists worried only about their votes, and therefore their cushy livelihoods and huge expenses packages – don’t want us to hear what Wilders has to say about encroaching Islam.

Watch the video, in which Wilders calls for a stop to immigration into Europe from Muslim countries.

I would make an exception for those fleeing persecution, torture and murder in such countries for being gay, and you can see a disturbing video on that subject here, as it concerns supposedly democratic Iraq. But, generally speaking, I’ll second that. And, while we're at it, let's get rid of the imams, too.

1 comment:

George Broadhead said...

The big drawback with this interview is that Wlders does not make it clear enough that the main point of his film was to show that some of the texts from the Koran are violently anti-Christian, anti-Jewish and anti-unbelief (see also the Sceptic's Annotated Quoran website) and that these are what incite violence.