Thursday, November 29, 2007

Dutch lawmaker planning film criticizing the Quran

Geert WildersTHE HAGUE, Netherlands: A Dutch conservative lawmaker said Wednesday he is making a film to highlight what he describes as "fascist" passages in the Quran, his latest high profile criticism of Islam.

The interior and justice ministers said they were concerned, but believed they had no authority to prevent the lawmaker, Geert Wilders, from screening his film.

Wilders plans to depict parts of the Quran he says are used as inspiration "by bad people to do bad things."

Less than 10 minutes long, the film is expected to air in late January. It will show "the intolerant and fascist character of the Quran," said Wilders, whose anti-Islam campaign helped his Freedom Party win nine seats in parliament in last year's election.

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Pastorius said...

What a hero he is. This is a brave man who will likely go down in history as a savior of Western Civilization.

Anonymous said...

What a hero he is.

This is true.
It is different for the rest of the dhimmigovernment.
They are critising him.
Dutch Muslim councils treath for violence à la Paris.

Epaminondas said...

If they can't take a joke, XXXX 'em.

Hey, the Hadiths, and probably the Quran as well are racist documents, which if taken apart would render it's teaching, in the USA, no different from proselytizing the credos of Aryan Nation.

Which is to say... found liable in a court of law of incitement to and resulting in violence.

I think with the attacks in Seattle, and in North Carolina we HAVE crossed that threshold.

Pastorius said...


Are you saying you think a court of law would recognize that the Koran and Hadith are being used as incitement to violence in the same way as the tracts of the Aryan nations?

I hope you're right, if that's what you mean.

I think it is more likely we will see people punished by the law for attempting to show the truth about the incitement of Islamic radicals.