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Use any P2P network to access the film

Reader comment on item: Will Geert Wilders Show His Film on the Koran[, Fitna]?

Submitted by Mark Aspinall (United Kingdom), Mar 29, 2008 at 09:27

If you would like to watch the film, use a bit-torrent client such as e-mule, azureus, bit-comet to download it. Freely available on most P2P networks. Although, in my opinion, the film itself is only a stitching together of sources already on the net and adds nothing of it's own merit. You would be better advised to do your own research and draw your own conclusions.

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