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Wilders "represents all Westerners", his freedom compared to mine

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Submitted by myth (Germany), Jan 19, 2010 at 09:30

If I wish to do so I can cross the border in 15minutes and set foot in Wilders' birthplace Venlo as soon as I decide to leave the computer. Geert cannot do that. Yet it is his birthplace, his country and I am a foreigner, he is an elected member of parliament. If there is a freedom he is fighting for it is mine, not longer his, he truly "represents all Westerners".

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