Several hundred Â 560 people who attended the speech were confronted by a large small but very noisy and aggressive group of vocal protesters ferals and some were pushed to the ground as they tried to enter the hall at Somerton to hear the Dutchman, who has round-the-clock protection.
Wilders has previously made denigrating statements about the prophet of the world’s 1.5 billion Muslims.
(These 1.5 billion Muslims say that unbelievers (that’s us) are the vilest of creatures who must be Â subjugated or Â killed. Strange that this coin never drops into the journalistic mental mush).
Here is Vicky Jensen with yet another Â ABC dimbulb who must be living under a rock. (Podcast)
Protestors Rabid rent-a crowd ferals demonstrate against Wilders
PROTESTERS Â Ferals clashed violently with police and guests tonight before a speech by controversial anti-Muslim Dutch MP Geert Wilders. Protesters Â Radical commies from the Socialist Alliance and “Friends of Palliswine” Â called Dutch MP Geert Wilders a racist as he calls for end to mass migration from Islamic countries Activists These lunatics pushed and shoved guests to stop them entering, and linked arms to try to form a blockade.
He said Europe’s capitals were being changed by mass migration from Islamic countries and warned the same thing could happen to Australia.
“Find and elect politicians who are not afraid to tell the truth about Islam,” he said on Tuesday.
He also said there should be an end to the building of mosques in Australia.
“It’s time to stop being tolerant to the intolerant and say no to building more mosques – enough is enough”.
While the Islamic Council of Victoria is concerned the speech may incite violence, Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu said Mr Wilders was wrong and there was clear evidence multiculturalism was a positive for Australian society.
Mr Wilders, the founder and leader of the Dutch Freedom Party which holds 15 seats in the Dutch parliament, was due to speak in Perth but that has been cancelled.
He told the audience on Tuesday night that WA Premier Colin Barnett had told him he would not be welcome in Western Australia.
Mr Wilders said he had wondered how many other people had been banned from WA and googled it to find out.
“Only two items popped up, me and US nuclear base,” he said.
The host of the tour, the Q Society, said it was forced to call off the Perth date because it was unable to find a venue to host Mr Wilders.
His Melbourne venue on Tuesday night was meant to be a secret but it did not deter protesters.
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