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Dutch court orders anti-Islamic lawmaker Geert Wilders prosecuted on hate speech charge

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posted on Feb, 13 2009 @ 09:28 PM
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Do words speak more than actions? Hence when the West says we don't target civilians yet they have killed more civilians than all terrorist attacks that has ever occured by the radicals. Funny scenario if you think about it, very mind bogaling.




posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 05:07 AM
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Do words speak more than actions? Hence when the West says we don't target civilians yet they have killed more civilians than all terrorist attacks that has ever occured by the radicals. Funny scenario if you think about it, very mind bogaling.


That is exactly the way i see it.
Geert Wilders tries to state that islam is responsible for most terrorist killings in the world.
But it all depends on how you define terrorist kills.

The western nations bombard many civilians in their far away wars.
This is terrosism to by definition, on a grand scale.



posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 05:26 AM
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Geert Wilders At Glenn Beck show on Fox 23 Feb 2009




O'Reilly - Geert Wilders (2/23/09)




Here is some more ongoing information on wilders and "his" fight for the freedom of speech in europe.

What is maybe interesting to note is that wilders is proposing to impliment a 'First Amendment' american style in european and dutch law.
I might be wrong on this but is fox news not seen by many as a government propaganda channel where many parts of the american constitution are under attack by these same news men, including some freedom of speech?

No real news on his court case exept that he has got one of the best laywers in the country, Bram Moszkowicz.
His strategy is to go for the high court straight away through some kind of apeal.
I am no expert on these kind of laws but the effect will be a fairly quick respond from the high court that will be binding right away.
Moszkowicz said in a tv show that he used this strategy succesfully in the past with the case of Desi Bouterse, the former leader if surinam .



 
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