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maandag 15 juni 2009

We zijn er weer....

Ja, we zitten weer eens in Denemarken. Het weer is boven verwachting. Uit de wind en in de zon is het meer dan prima uit te houden. Meer hoeft voor ons niet.
Voor drie weken maar liefst hebben wij ons toekomstig Wilderslandje met graagte verlaten. Groot was dan ook de verbazing toen wij op de Deense tv onze toekomstige volksmenner zijn onzin zagen uitkramen. De a.s. Dutch Führer was voor een bezoekje in Denemarken om ook daar zijn boodschap van haat te verkondigen. Voor de Denen onder u hier het betreffende krantenartikel. Met een beetje fantasie is het wel te lezen:

Wilders attacks hate speech laws

Geert Wilders, well-known for his anti-Islam stance, spoke to a packed gathering at parliament.

Outspoken Dutch politician Geert Wilders spoke at the city’s Free Speech and Islam Conference at Christiansborg Palace amid high security in the parliament buildings on Sunday.

The conference was organised by the Danish Free Press Society after the government’s own free speech an anti-racism conference was repeatedly delayed until this autumn.

Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen had previously said that Wilders, who heads the Dutch right-wing Party for Freedom, was not welcome at the autumn conference as he ‘associates an entire religion with hatred’.

Accompanied by a large number of Danish intelligence service agents, Wilders did not mince his words on the topic of the day.

‘Islam is not a religion, it’s a threat against everything we stand for,’ said Wilders, pointing to the spread of Islam in other countries to back up his argument.

According to Wilders, 40 percent of British Muslims want to introduce Sharia law, while half of all Dutch Muslim students look favourably upon the US terror attacks of 9/11.

Wilders said the essence of Islam is a ‘totalitarian ideology’ and that there is no such thing as moderate Islam. He urged attendees to adhere to a number of proposals, including boycotting the UN’s human rights council and abolishing all hate speech laws in Europe.

In addition, Wilders said he wants to see all Muslim schools and mosques closed and the future building of mosques outlawed.

Naser Khader, founder of the Democratic Muslims political movement and current Conservative MP, said that Wilders’ speech painted a bleak picture for the future.

‘It’s important to make a distinction between Islam as a religion and Islamism as a political ideology. He’s not the only one who sees there is a problem. But I believe his solutions are far too narrow-minded. I completely disagree that the Koran should be banned – that is not consistent with freedom of speech,’ said Khader to Berlingske Tidende newspaper.

The Party for Freedom was founded just three years ago and has since become the second largest Dutch party in European parliament, following recent elections. Wilders said that the rise in popularity of his party could result in his becoming prime minister within two years.

‘Then your prime minister can no longer avoid meeting with me,’ said Wilders


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