We must respect peoples beliefs: Â 11 %
We should ridicule them as much as possible: 14 %
It is their right to vilify us Â 2 %
Our Freedom is more important than Muslim Rage Â 68 Â %
I am afraid of Muslim terror Â 5 %
Do you support Geert Wilders?
Breaking: Wilders held at Heathrow, questioned by immigration officials
A Dutch MP who called the Koran a “fascist book” is being questioned by immigration officials at Heathrow after defying a ban on entering the UK.
Freedom Party MP Geert Wilders was invited to show his controversial film – which links the Islamic holy book to terrorism – in the UK’s House of Lords.
But Mr Wilders, who faces trial in his own country for inciting hatred, has been denied entry by the Home Office.
It is possible the MP could be sent straight back to the Netherlands.
The Dutch Ambassador is also at Heathrow to make clear Dutch government’s opposition to the ban on Mr Wilders entering the UK. Â More
“Lord” Ahmed & the swine from the MCB Â in defamation overdrive:
Labour peer Lord Ahmed, who expressed his concerns to the parliamentary authorities about Mr Wilders’ visit, told the BBC: “This man doesn’t have any respect for law. He’s doing this for publicity and he’s seeking that and getting that.”
He added: “If this man was allowed into this country it would certainly cause problems within communities around Britain.”
The Muslim Council of Britain said Mr Wilders was “an open and relentless preacher of hate”.
“We have no problem with the challenge of criticisms to our faith, but the film… is nothing less than a cheap and tacky attempt to whip up hysteria against Muslims,” it said.
* Right. As if any of these c*nts had any respect for infidel laws…
Libtard in Lala-land:Â
Lib Dem home affairs spokesman Chris Huhne said he had watched the film, which he called “revolting”, and backed the ban.
“Freedom of speech is our most precious freedom of all, because all the other freedoms depend on it,” he said.
“But there is a line to be drawn even with freedom of speech, and that is where it is likely to incite violence or hatred against someone or some group.”
* Defamatory drivel. Fitna doesn’t incite violence or hatred. Islam and Muslims do. That’s what Fitna shows. But who can expect common sense and reason from censoring Commie-rats?
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Wilders flying in to Heathrow this morning, defying ban
The International Free Press Society has issuedÂ an open letter to the British Governmentregarding its decision to bar Dutch Parliamentarian Geert Wilders from entering the country. The letter contains this paragraph (but be sure to read it all, at the link):
The British Home Office has further stated that in barring Geert Wilders from the UK it is stopping “extremism, hatred and violent messages” from coming to its country. The British Home Office is wrong. These things are already there. With this crude rebuff of Mr. Wilders, the Netherlands, and freedom of speech, the British government has all but ensured that such extremism, hatred and violent messages will continue to flourish in British soil, taking root and taking over.
Quite so. Wilders is the maker of the filmÂ FitnaÂ that depicts Islamic jihadists preaching hatred and violence, and acting hatefully and violently, in accord with passages of the Qur’an. In barring him from the UK, British officials are giving aid and comfort to Wilders’ detractors and foes. And what sort of people are they? Do they ever traffic in “extremism, hatred and violent messages”? Judge for yourself, from the photo above and these two others from anti-Wilders demonstrations, which come courtesyÂ SpitsNieuwsÂ (where there are more):