Geert Wilders Detained at Heathrow & Booted out!

FROM THEOPINIONATOR:

The latest update on Geert Wilders entry into the UK - the dhimmi British government apparently has NO problem insulting Dutch politicians.

 "An anti-Islam Dutch politician banned from entering Great Britain says he has been detained upon arrival at Heathrow Airport and will be returned home.

Upon Geert Wilders' arrival at Heathrow Airport, he was presented with a letter from Britain's Home Office saying that his opinions "threatenen community security."

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  • 12 Feb 2009, 6:36 PM filou wrote:
    Stop talking, start acting
    Isn't your freedom worth a stamp???

    If Geert Wilders falls, then Freedom of speech is dead in Europe. We are launching an extensive International Action SITA including two possible texts ; one comparing Wilders and Winston Churchill and another Wilders and Charlie Chaplin:


    http://sitamnesty.wordpress.com/2009/01/23/i-support-democrat-geert-winston-wilders-against-islamic-fascism-and-its-dhimmis (Winston Eng)

    http://sitamnesty.wordpress.com/2009/01/23/i-support-democrat-geert-charlie-wilders-against-islamic-fascism (Charlie Eng)

    To support Geert Wilders and our dearly acquired freedoms please participate to the 2 suggested actions and transmit this message to your friends owners of a website in order they publish it.

    An other way to support Geert Wilders is to give some money. To donate: www.geertwilders.nl
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  • 12 Feb 2009, 7:56 PM DP111 wrote:
    While Geert Wilders has been banned, Ibrahim Moussawi on the other hand is very welcomed in Britain.

    Ibrahim Moussawi who is affiliated with Hezbollah terror organisation was barred from entering Ireland is due to speak in Birmingham 12.02.09 at an anti-war rally.

    http://www.birminghammail.net/news/birmingham-news/2008/02/29/row-over-anti-war-speaker-at-birmingham-rally-97319-20541272/
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  • 12 Feb 2009, 8:26 PM Ed wrote:
    Every cloud has a silver lining.

    Gordon Brown has made more people in the UK aware of Geert Wilders and his film by banning him than had he let him quietly slip into the country and show the film in the House of Lords.

    I have been asked several times today "Who is this Geert Wilders chap?".

    Even those who would not agree with Geert are subsequently outraged by the supression of freedom of speech on islamic issues in this country.
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  • 12 Feb 2009, 9:11 PM Lenny Ferguson wrote:
    Ed, you've reminded me of something.

    For some reason, every time Hermione caught sight of one of these signs she beamed with pleasure.

    'What exactly are you so happy about?' Harry asked her.

    'Oh, Harry, don't you see?' Hermione breathed. 'If she could have done one thing to make absolutely sre that every single person in this school will read your interview, it was banning it!'

    From Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, p. 513.
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  • 12 Feb 2009, 10:07 PM DP111 wrote:
    The Netherlands was, and still is, one of the most open and liberal nations in the world. And now a situation has arisen, when a considerable fraction of the Dutch public supports Geert Wilders. And if Geert Wilders is far right (the most derogatory epithet a Liberal can make of a person), then it follows that 20% of the Dutch are far right neo-Nazi extremists. And all this in a nation that was, and still is, the most liberal nation in the world. Are the BBC and the Times accusing 20% of the Dutch people as far right extremists, the worst abuse a Liberal can make.

    Liberalism is the AIDS of the mind. It weakens a society's immune system, and makes it prey to deadly infections.
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  • 13 Feb 2009, 1:08 PM Ash wrote:
    Blaming Mr Wilders MP, for stating facts is rather like; blaming the mirror for how they look.

    The ruling elite have been working hard on the multicultural assumption; that all religions automatically have, regardless of content or merit, "the right to respect". This is not so! Any such "right", would only extends to the individual's "right to believe or not to believe in whatever s/he so wish".

    Religions, like ideologies have no rights at all! To say otherwise, which seems to be what is happening now, is not only corroding basic fundamental freedoms such as that of speech but also that of religion.

    If a religion or ideology cannot withstand criticism or react violently to it,then it is either false or very dangerous. What makes it more serious is that, Islam is also a political ideology which should, in a functioning democracy, automatically open it up to critical analysis, but this is not happening! On the contrary, criticism is being banned notwithstanding the concerns of more and more people!

    What has just happened with Mr Wilders MP, goes to show that our civil liberties are a lot worse now then they were back at the time of the Rushdie affair. If this continues unopposed, the end result will be a therocracy of the most barbaric kind, thanks to our democracy,its institutions and freedoms.
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    1. 13 Feb 2009, 10:46 PM DP111 wrote:
      Raymond Ibrahim, testified recently before the House Armed Service Committee. Here is a pdf copy of his talk

      http://armedservices.house.gov/pdfs/TUTC021209/Ibrahim_Testimony021209.pdf

      Must read, save and pass on.
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      1. 15 Feb 2009, 1:33 PM Ash wrote:
        Thanks for the link!
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