Pat Condell: Freedom Go To Hell

From Atlas:

Geert Wilders to sue Jacqui Smith over decision to deport him

Dutch MP Geert Wilders is “seriously considering” taking steps to sue Jacqui Smith over her decision to ban the controversial film-maker from the UK. By Joan Clements in the Hague and Christopher Hope, Whitehall Editor Last Updated: 2:15PM GMT 13 Feb 2009 The legal action would have the backing of the Dutch Government, in a move which could aggravate the diplomatic row over the ban between London and Amsterdam.

Hijabbed Jacqui Smith Displays Voluntary Dhimmitude

*  One can only hope Jacqui Smith finds liberation under a burka…


BNP leader Nick Griffin has joined the nearly 30,000 others who as of 2pm GMT have signed an online petition supporting Dutch politician Geert Wilders.

The petition calls upon all freedom loving people to boycott all Dutch goods if the government of that country continues with its prosecution of Mr Wilders.

One thought on “Pat Condell: Freedom Go To Hell”

  1. At Condell’s YouTube site, you’ll notice he has some favorite videos. A recent pick does a fairly good job of wrapping up the Wilders/free speech situation in the UK –

    Shouting fire in a theatre – A video montage of the Geert Wilders debate

    At the end of the video, Lord Pearson explains why he supported inviting
    Geert Wilders to show his film FITNA thusly:

    @ 4:31 “What Baroness Cox and I are trying to do is promote discussion,
    particularly amongst the vast majority of the mild Muslim population who
    have really got to start discussing what the Qur’an means amongst
    themselves and against their co-religionists who perpetrated everything
    you saw in that film {FITNA}. So, which way around is the hate? Is it
    ‘us’ that hate ‘them’? Or, is it ‘them’ that hate ‘us’, and why?

    “The most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man in FALSELY shouting fire in a theatre and causing a panic” – Justic Oliver Wendell Holmes

    Dialogue or Censorship? – Make your choice.

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