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Reader comment on item: Why I Stand with Geert Wilders
in response to reader comment: 'freedom' the Great Western Hypocrisy

Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kafiristan (Australia), Feb 2, 2010 at 18:27

Amin Riaz writes:

"Geert Wilders is a Christian. That is where his main anti Islamic motivations come from. He is as selective in freedom of speech and other freedom mantra by Neo-Cons."

So what if he is a Christian - but I guess in your enlightened muslim mind that makes him worthy of a little less hate than a Jew doesn't it?

Having an aversion to the Islamic religio/political charade is increasingly common amongst western people of all walks of life and all religious persuasions or people of no religion. And yes, that includes Muslims - that's why there is a growing muslim apostate movement in the West. For once they are allowed the freedom to think and say what they want to. They have retained the ability to think critically - unlike so many who are brainless automatons because they have been lobotomized by Islam.

Yet you criticize Wilders for being 'selective in freedom of speech'! What hypocrisy. We should ask apostates how much freedom of speech there is in the muslim miasma.


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