Friday, January 04, 2008

Winds of War: Dutch Infidel Awarded Top Politician

The votes are in – who would have thunk it? A politician from a dhimmi nation in Europe has been named the Netherlands’ politician of the year in a poll run by public broadcaster NOS. The NOS poll naming him politician of the year combined votes from the public and those of the parliamentary press corps.

Geert Wilders, who compares the Koran to Mein Kampf, has been named the Netherlands' politician of the year in a poll run by public broadcaster NOS.

Mr Wilders' pithy and shocking soundbites - he warned of a "tsunami of Islamisation" - have dominated headlines, while his parliamentary outbursts have brought an adversarial style of politics to the muted consensus to which the Dutch are attuned.

His latest project, a short film about the Koran that will be released next month, has stirred anger even before much is known about it. Mr Wilders, who has had round-the-clock protection for three years due to the death threats against him, says the film will illustrate how the Koran inspires people "to do the worst things".

He has called for the Koran to be banned. "With this film I'm trying to show not only in words but also images exactly what I mean," he says.


The man has no fear but he has gotten the Dutch dhimmis in a furor.

Mindful of the backlash provoked by the publication in Danish newspapers in 2005 of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, government ministers have expressed concern but said there is not much they can do. Some public figures outside parliament have called for a movement against Mr Wilders.

Now this good news and bad news on this.

The good news is that the EU has had little clear thinking on the problem they face with Muslim immigration so it’s telling that a politician is given a popular award for his outspoken views on Islam and the Koran.

The bad news is that Mr. Wielders is pretty much far right in his views which reinforces the belief by many of us that Europe may rapidly be moving towards a Hobson’s Choice between two types of fascisms – neo and Islamic.

This is just another example of that movement.

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5 Comments:

  • He is a good guy, he deserved to win.

    By Blogger Richard, at 8:41 AM  

  • Wilders is not a fascist, but you can
    hardly say anything about the topics he discusses, without being called that by the simplistic, multi-cultural left wing.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:31 AM  

  • There will be no choice between neo-fascism/neo-nazism and Islam they are already allies. Geert Wilders and others are being slandered with the epithets for being in opposition to the other two as well as the marxist fascists...

    By Blogger Zonka, at 3:17 PM  

  • Zonka is right. Wilders is more like a free-market conservative. He stands for a small government and is opposed to the EU. He advocates close ties with the USA and leads one of the very few parties in the Dutch parliament (The PVV, "Freedom Party") that truly supports Israel whenever they can.
    Please stop parroting cheap leftist agitprop aimed at those few Conservative Europeans that dare to stand up against fascism in all its disguises, especially Islamofascism.
    If somebody told you Geert Wilders is a Fascist, he probably told you Mitt Romney is a Nazi.

    By Blogger Bert, at 11:01 AM  

  • I wouldn't agree with everything that Wilders says, but his right to say what he does deserves to be defended. Wilders is not a fascist, if anything he is actually a liberal, believe it or not. Nor is he a xenophobe, his wife is Hungarian.

    By Anonymous simonxml, at 1:44 PM  

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