Notorious Islam Hater to Speak at Chapman U Tomorrow
Dutch filmmaker and politician Geert Wilders will speak tomorrow at Chapman University's Memorial Hall at 2 p.m., hosted by the School of Law, and one wonders why my alma mater's fine film school isn't hosting the event. Simple: Wilders is a bit, ah, controversial, for his 2008 film, Fitna, which reflects the feelings of Wilders toward Islam.Take it, Geert!
Islam is the Trojan Horse in Europe. If we do not stop Islamification now, Eurabia and Netherabia will just be a matter of time. One century ago, there were approximately 50 Muslims in the Netherlands. Today, there are about 1 million Muslims in this country. Where will it end? We are heading for the end of European and Dutch civilisation as we know it. Where is our Prime Minister in all this?
In reply to my questions in the House he said, without batting an eyelid, that there is no question of our country being Islamified. Now, this reply constituted a historical error as soon as it was uttered. Very many Dutch citizens, Madam Speaker, experience the presence of Islam around them. And I can report that they have had enough of burkas, headscarves, the ritual slaughter of animals, so‑called honour revenge, blaring minarets, female circumcision, hymen restoration operations, abuse of homosexuals, Turkish and Arabic on the buses and trains as well as on town hall leaflets, halal meat at grocery shops and department stores, Sharia exams, the Finance Minister's Sharia mortgages, and the enormous overrepresentation of Muslims in the area of crime, including Moroccan street terrorists.
Isn't it nice to know how closely Know Nothings across the globe sound? Maybe Wilders should meet up with Barbara Coe afterwards, since she forwarded an email to her followers urging a counterprotest of Muslims who will protest tomorrow. And, final comment: hey, UCI College Republicans: ustedes were the undergrads who pissed off local Muslims last time around by showing those controversial Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad; gotten lazy lately?
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