Which makes him an enemy of the ruling establishment in Holland, where prostration before muselmanic head choppers has been in fashion for quite some time.
Court ready for Wilders
by Bart Mos/thanks to the Q-Society
THE HAGUE, Tuesday
The court in The Hague is busy preparing the criminal trial against Geert Wilders, although the judicial authorities have not yet decided to prosecute him. The court administration wants to prevent chaos, like four years ago in Amsterdam.
It is generally expected that the judicial authorities will decide later this month whether the PVV leader will be prosecuted for his statement about “fewer Moroccans” during an election meeting in a pub in The Hague. Yesterday, a spokeswoman for the public prosecutor in The Hague refused to say on which date the decision to prosecute will be taken, but internally it has been rumored for some time that one aims for September.
Wilders’ offending statement, in which he asked his PVV-supporters “Do you want more or fewer Moroccans?” caused a lot of protest last March. The supporters chanted sixteen times “Less! Less! Less!” Throughout the country, more than five thousand complaints were made against Wilders for group defamation, discrimination and incitement to hatred. In addition, a few tens of thousands reports of discrimination were made through the website of the police.
In preparation of the possible prosecution of the PVV leader the court in The Hague has appointed two judges to assist the media during the trial: Elianne van Rens and Hubert Nijman.
This article was published today on the frontpage of the Dutch newspaper, De Telegraaf.