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Ironically, he is a victim of incitement

Reader comment on item: Why I Stand with Geert Wilders

Submitted by Lady (Indonesia), Jan 19, 2010 at 15:39

Strange, Wilder as a victim of incitement is allowed to happen in Europe, where freedom of speech is allowed to exist. Wilder expressed his own opinion, which probably based on proper data and research. I can't believe how blind are people who victimized him for speaking openly about the real threat of islamist.

I guess, this is a clear example on how islamist succeeded to manipulate the democracy and freedom in a non muslim land. This is the lackness of democracy community, without exemption, blindly allows everybody to do whatever people wants, including allow an evil intention of fundamentalist islamist effort (to install the 7th century of life style) to strengthen their position by put a muzzle to people like Wilder.

People like Wilder told the truth of the threat, but in the end he is a victim of the threat itself. Ironically it happening in the land of freedom of speech in Nedherland. While in the other land, for example in the Middle east country, the origine land of those people who feel victimized by Wilder, people free to gather in thousands number, going to street and chanting the hatre words "death to this and that", even free to burn the flag of some countries in order to attack their freedom idology. The worse, those people who attacked Wilder who warning of islamist threat, allow the restrict churches or temple on behalf of the survival of the threat itself. In such case, nobody care even to critize the events.


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