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March 9, 2010

Geert Wilders: Islam’s Most Wanted

Speak truth to this, L-tards.

Forget just for a moment what a hackneyed cliche the phrase “speaking truth to power” has become at the hands of the Left.  I can think of maybe 2 or 3 people in the West that exemplify that phrase the way Geert Wilders does.  He speaks it daily, and for his troubles he does not get Oscars and Nobels, but legal persecution by his political foes, and also this:

On 10 November 2004, two suspected terrorists were captured after an hour-long siege of a building in The Hague.  They were in possession of three grenades and were accused of planning to murder Geert Wilders as well as then fellow MP Ayaan Hirsi Ali. The suspects were presumed to be members of what the Dutch intelligence agency, the General Intelligence and Security Service, has termed the Hofstadgroep.  Since this incident Wilders has been under constant security protection because of frequent threats to his life. In September 2007, a Dutch woman was sentenced to a one-year prison term for sending more than 100 threatening emails to Wilders.  Geert Wilders remained the most threatened politician in the Netherlands in 2008.

On December 18, 2009, the Rotterdam rapper Mo$heb was sentenced to 80 hours community service and a two-month suspended jail term for threatening Wilders in a rap titled “Wie iz de volgende” (“Who’s next”), which included that if he met Wilders, it would be “bam bam”.  The rapper also called on Wilders to take back his words if he wanted to stay alive and said “This is no joke.  Last night I dreamed I chopped your head off”. The public prosecutor said the threat could reasonably lead to Wilders fearing for his life or that he would be subjected to violence.  The court agreed with this conclusion and said the rap was threatening. ”  A politician must be able to do his work”, the judges said.

Geert Wilders is said to have been “deprived… of a personal life for his… hatred of Islam”.  He is moved by his state-provided bodyguards to a different location every night, and cannot receive visitors unless they are carefully screened and escorted at all times. He is married to a Dutch–Hungarian former diplomat, with whom he can only meet about once every week because of security concerns.  The restrictions on his life because of this, he said, are “a situation that I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy”.

In January 2010, Karen Geurtsen, a Dutch journalist from the magazine HP-De Tijd, revealed a painful breach of security.  She spent four months working undercover, posing as an intern, for the PVV party.  She claimed that she had had unchecked access to Wilders.  “I could have killed him”, were the first words of the article that she published about this operation.  According to her, she had “dozens” of opportunities to take his life.

Wilders has acquired nicknames such as “Mozart” and “Captain Peroxide” because of his flamboyant platinum blond hairstyle. Radio Netherlands calls him “the most famous bleach-blond since Marilyn Monroe”.  Wilders is an atheist, but he has stated that he thinks Dutch Christians “are my allies” and that they fundamentally should want the same thing.

Note the twisted glee in this Leftist cockroach’s claim that she “could have killed him.”  And “dozens” of times no less.  The Left murdered Pim Fortuyn in 2004 for the same reasons they want to see Geert Wilders killed.  Geert is our last best hope right now.  If the Leftwing/Islamist convergence stops him, it’s lights out for the West.


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