Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Petition in Support of Geert Wilders

http://www.petitiononline.com/wilders/petition.html

“If I have to stand trial, I will not be alone, stand trial alone, but also with the hundreds of thousands of Dutch people who reject the Islamization of the Netherlands. Their opinion is only represented in The Hague by the Party for Freedom. Who else will stand for our culture when I have to remain silent? This strengthens me in these harsh days.”


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10 comments:

Darrin said...

On a related note: "Obama web team works on anti-BNP brief" -

"Blue State Digital, the consultancy behind Obama's online success will work with The Hope Not Hate campaign.

The campaign was founded by Searchlight, an anti-British National Party (BNP) organisation.

The web strategists will help Searchlight work to stop the BNP winning a seat in the European election. They have already invited thousands of people to join the campaign online.

The company is working on providing tools for Hope Not Hate's new website and will be developing messaging, emailing and fundraising campaigns.

Blue State Digital, which has offices in New York, Washington, and Boston, opened a London office in December 2008. The office is run by London director Matthew McGregor, who has worked for political campaigns including Livingstone's 2008 mayoral bid."

Homophobic Horse said...

"Hope Not Hate"

Imbecilic. Infantile. Pitiful.

"If only", they say, "If only we could pretend everything else is something other than what it really is, reality will adjust itself to fit our fantasy."

Yuri Bezmenov on self hypnosis as a political weapon

islam o' phobe said...

The company is working on providing tools for Hope Not Hate's new website and will be developing messaging, emailing and fundraising campaigns.

The sheer Blairite phoniness of this slogan ought to be enough to render it ineffectual among dispossessed Britons.

KG said...

I've put up two posts about the Wilders outrage at Crusader Rabbit, along with a link to the petition.
Either we make a stand here, or we lose. All of us.
As one commenter said, this may well be the tipping point.

Czechmade said...

Maybe we should start a parallel petition stating that islam is worse than nazism and communism combined or the same.

Than the judges would have a problem having as many European criminals as they had prestine muslims ante portas ... balance established - victory closer!

Czechmade said...

Sorry "pristine".

We could be worse than Wilders, stating islam is worse...considering no nazi was born a nazi.

The Venerable 1st Earl of Cromer said...

Darrin:
Well, haven't the recent pogroms in London demonstrated just what a threat the BNP is? I mean, we're all about tolerance here in Britain, we can't have young men attacking the police and screaming racist views... oh, wait. It seems we can, if they're on the right side!

It's the likes of the 'Hope Not Hate' scum who stole our country in the first place; they're responsible for the BNP being a party with a chance rather than a group of misfits, and no one else.

I've added the petition to my own blog, and signed it too. Looks like it's coming along nicely.

ENGLISHMAN said...

So it is time to take off the gloves,you have talked long enough for all the good that you have done,forget the picky sensibilities,all must stand united,all who are opposed to muslim slavery,whatever political persuasion they may hold the time is past for such trivia,it is time to drive this filth into the sea,back to its deserts and its eternal damnation.

babs said...

Talk about an inopportune time to bring Mr. Wilders up on charges! After all the mayhem we have seen in Europe; the burning of shops, synagogues, cars, etc. The parading through the streets openly calling for genocide against Jews, the Nazi salutes and swastikas openly displayed...
But no, Mr. Wilders will face the dock and incur tens of thousands in defense fees. This is truly astonishing.
Sometimes I think that GoV and a precious few other sites are the only ones that understand the situation. It has been reassuring to me to read a lot of the comments on the petition site from people all over the world. I feel particularly sorry for those from the Netherlands that have signed. They must be horribly worried about the direction of their country.

Robin Shadowes said...

Chzeckmade, I think your on to something there! I promise to sign that petition. They will have so many people to prosecute that they will get a brain-meltdown if they even try!