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Prospects brighten for dhimmitude

Reader comment on item: Will Geert Wilders Show His Film on the Koran[, Fitna]?
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Submitted by Guy Macher (United States), Mar 3, 2008 at 22:41

With each passing day, it's more unlikely the film will be shown. Pakistanis took down YouTube once, they will do it again. So we won't see it on YouTube. I know it was an accident and all, but remember, it's no sin to lie to infidels. No commerical station will show it.

Lots of politicians are threatening legal and illegal action against Geert. NATO is making noises about it. With the Soviets gone, NATO can turn its power against one man! And of course, there's the usual world-class Muslim outrage to contend with. I hate to even think it, but Geert is going to cave.

Sensible Europeans will get prayer mats and burkas before the prices shoot up.

Which way is Mecca? How much is the dhimmi tax? Will I be able to get a pork-rib substitute? Can I drink de-alcoholized beer? So many questions, you'd think living in a tyranny would be simple.

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