Geert Wilders to Launch Fitna 2 in 2012
In 2008, Dutch MP Geert Wilders released the 17-minute documentary Fitna, which demonstrates how the Koran encourages acts of terrorism, anti-Semitism, violence against women, homosexuals and infidels.
Today, Mr. Wilders announced that next year he will release Fitna 2. The topic of this new documentary will be the figure of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. Mr. Wilders wants to expose the barbaric, murderous behaviour and mental sanity of Muhammad, the man whom one and a half billion Muslims around the world regard as a holy prophet and example to be followed.
With his movie Mr. Wilders wants to express his support for the brave men and women who have left Islam and who, according to Islamic law, deserve the death penalty. “These people are heroes. They deserve our support,” Mr. Wilders says.
Earlier this week, Mr. Wilders wrote an op-ed article in which he argued that it is “Time to Unmask Muhammad.”
Below is a more detailed article from Nieuws.nl. Many thanks to our Dutch correspondent H. Numan for the translation:
Fitna 2 ready next year
(Novum) — The sequel for the anti-Islam move Fitna by Geert Wilders should be ready by next year. The movie will mainly highlight ‘the barbaric life of the sick mind called Mohammed’, the PVV leader announced on Friday. He stressed it was certainly not an April Fools’ joke.
The PVV leader has been busy preparing this movie for a long time. The first viewing was postponed several times. In April 2009 Wilders expected the movie to be finished within a year. Last year in March he said the movie Fitna 2 wouldn’t be ready before the elections, due to the fall of the cabinet.
The second Wilders production will show what in his view are the consequences of ‘mass migration’ from Muslim countries. Wilders earlier said the movie, which will be made with the assistance of American professionals, will be much harsher than his first production.
Wilders ranted against the prophet Mohammed during the last few weeks. According to the politician, he suffered from a brain tumor and because of that tumor, hallucinated. He wrote as much in HP/De Tijd magazine.
Fitna appeared in March 2008 on the Internet. The 26-minute movie was a collection of news and movie clips about, amongst others, the terrorist attacks on 11 September in New York and in March 2004 in Madrid. The clips were shown with quotes from the Koran. The movie, which was a bad amateur effort according to some, caused a lot of media attention.