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Face death threats if we get the Islamists' fur ruffled

Reader comment on item: Why I Stand with Geert Wilders

Submitted by M.D. (United States), Jan 19, 2010 at 10:46

As a leading Dutch politician, Geert Wilders does not seem to be free in his own country. He sees the threat the Islamists pose to the sovereignty of his own country. The very fact that he incessantly has to change safe houses and travel around with bodyguards is no way to live in ones own country. He IS the victim of incitement coming from the liberal leftists who depend on the votes of Islamic immigrants, who in turn develop a clout to threaten other politicians who reject Islamists taking over the nation.


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