Wilders arrested at Heathrow.
Is he already on his way back to Amsterdam?
Geez, the blimey brownshirts nabbed him on the tarmac!
We'll give him a strongly worded letter that'll show him.
The rub? The UK will put on the dog for an al Qaeda fundraiser, but they ban the democratically elected Dutch MP.
Mr Mahmoud Abu Rideh was invited to Westminster according to the Daily Mail, an individual who was detained on suspicion of fundraising for groups linked to Al Qaeda.
Well, it looks like they let him off the plane...why WAS he allowed to travel to the UK in December but now all of a sudden it's a problem...
Geert sends the AP a text message saying he'd be home within an hour...
From the National Review, an open letter from the International Free Press Society.
The UK may try and silence him but it looks like Geert will be taking his Fitna show on the road...including the US.
Speaking of free speech - Did you ever think you'd read about a newspaper editor getting arrested "for deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings"? Guess which religion. Anybody care to hazard a guess?
Sections of central Kolkata have been paralysed by protests for much of the past week after The Statesman republished an article by The Independent's columnist Johann Hari. Titled "Why should I respect oppressive religions?", the piece was originally printed in The Independent on 28 January. In it, Hari said he believed the right to criticise any religion was being eroded around the world.
The Statesman, a highly respected liberal English-language daily, reprinted the article on 5 February, causing a major backlash among a small group of Muslims who felt that the piece slighted the Prophet Mohamed and insulted their religion. Peaceful protests were held outside The Statesman's offices at the weekend but by Monday, demonstrations had turned violent. Angry crowds began blocking roads, attacking police and calling for the arrest of the article's author and the newspaper's publisher and editor. On Monday and Tuesday police used baton charges to try to disperse crowds and more than 70 protesters were arrested.
Staff at The Statesman were forced to barricade the front entrance to their building and were escorted into their offices through a side door by police. The office is opposite the Tipu Sultan Masjid, Kolkata's largest mosque.