Looks Like Wilders is off the Hook

Update from Klein Verzet:

Wilders Trial day 20: Prosecution asks NOT guilty

A freakshow, to put it mildly…..

I won’t be holding my breath; this charade should have never got off the ground in the first place. The grand inquisition is desperate to pin something on him, just to prove  to themselves that one single patriot can’t stop ‘the power’…….

Prosecution in Wilders Sharia trial recommends that he be found not guilty of inciting hatred

“Prosecutors say Wilders’ remarks are critical of Islam which is not the same as inciting hatred against muslims themselves.” At last, some common sense. But there is no certainty that it will prevail; if it had entered into these proceedings at any point before this, Wilders wouldn’t be on trial now.

The idiocy of this witch-hunt  will hound the Netherlands and the rest of the world for a long time to come. Geert Wilders,  a patriot  and an incorruptible hero,  is threatened by millions of mad Muslims around the world, Muslim terrorists who openly call for murdering him, and his own people make him  the scapegoat. Never have I seen so much falsehood and cowardice.

“Find Wilders not guilty of inciting hatred, says prosecution,” from Dutch News, May 25 (thanks to JW)

Geert Wilders Warning To America

Do you know why America is in a better state than Europe? Because you enjoy more freedom than Europeans. And do you know why Americans enjoy more freedom than Europeans? Because you are still allowed to tell the truth. In Europe and Canada people are dragged to court for telling the truth about islam. (continue reading)

A Bleak Outlook For Europe

A quote from Giulio Meotti on YnetNews, 2 May 2011:

Europe risks losing all its precious gifts: human dignity, freedom of conscience, freedom of religion, freedom of expression, rule of law, separation of state and mosque. Across Europe there are dozens of journalists, cartoonists and writers who are living under terrorist threats. (continue reading)

Freysinger-Wilders Meeting  in doubt:

The Central Commitee of Muslims in Switzerland “cannot guarantee Wilders safety”;  the meeting in Savièse will have to be moved to Weinkellerei Giroud in Sitten (PI)

Klein Verzet Excerpt:

After the prosecution was finished around 17:00 the court decided to continue with councilor-complainants Nico Steijnen and Erik Olof. The courts behavior to these counselors gave us some interesting insights in the courts ideas about free speech.

These councilor-complainants are of course the extreme leftist and Muslim activist lawyers who had forced this court case in the first place. You can imagine that these lawyers were not very happy with the prosecutions plea for a not guilty. If these activist lawyers had their way, they would act as second prosecutors in this court case (that’s what they tried in the earlier court case).

But the law does give them a very specific role in a criminal trial. In a criminal trial the victims are only allowed to talk about damage done and request compensation (an idea that grew out of the frustration that victims had to start a costly civil suite for getting compensation for damages done). It’s of course the court’s responsibility to prevent abuse of this arrangement.

So the court decided to act pro-actively. Amazingly they decided to censor the lawyers. Thus instead of waiting what the councilor-complainant were going to bring in front of the court, they asked the lawyers to hand over their pleas. Then the court took as short recess, during which they quickly reviewed the plea and marked all sections they deemed not admissible in court. Then they asked the lawyers to hold their original plea but without the market sections. When the lawyer clumsy asked for making another ad hoc plea, the court president repeatedly pressed him for just making the censored plea.

It’s not hard to imagine how confusing a half censored Marxist rambling sound. Well, it was shorter, less structured but still much more than a plea for damages done. It can best be described as repetitive hate speech propaganda that tried to massage the brain with the message that evil Geert Wilders had to be stopped before he grabbed power and become an existential threat to all of us. If one would apply the same legal standards, as laid out by the prosecution today, to this court rant, you would have quite strong case for prosecution.

Logically the rand led to complaints of defense lawyer Moszkowicz. Although it was his first complaint in today’s session, it angered the court; the courts president snapped that he was only slowing things down with his complaints. The president said he did not stop the councilor because the court would just ignore all the inadmissible statements he would make (although the defense would never know what and what not they would considered allowed, making a defense against the allegations very hard). But the defense lawyer stood his ground and complaint he was not in a hurry, all he wanted was a fair trial even if that meant they would have to stay until midnight. The court ignored him.

The trial ended at 19:00, next session is Friday May 27, 2011.

Wilders Trial day 20: Prosecution asks NOT guilty

2 thoughts on “Looks Like Wilders is off the Hook”

  1. Is there one lawmaker in Congress or at the state level who will bluntly and sans apology articulate the same message that Geert did in Tennessee earlier this month. This type of clarity is critically needed so America won’t blueprint what much of Europe already has.

    If Wilders is guilty of anything, it’s telling the truth. Thank you, sir, for doing so.

  2. Also, Sheik, I believe you have a couple mislinked items. The “A Bleak Outlook For Europe” and “(continue reading)” a few lines underneath the “Bleak Outlook” both link to the Brussels Journal that was twice linked to in the previous paragraph. You may wish to verify this.

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