Anorak | Geert Wilders Draws Out The Lighter Side Of Extreme Islam

Geert Wilders Draws Out The Lighter Side Of Extreme Islam

by | 17th, October 2009

7930249 UNLOVELY Dutch right-wing politican Geert Wilders is stood outside the House Of Lords in London, there because a Government ban, which stopped him entering the country in February, was overturned.

He says the Qur’an is a “fascist book”.

“I have a problem with the Islamic ideology, the Islamic culture, because I feel the more Islam we get in our societies the less freedom we get.”

Protestors gather in Westminster.

“I am not extreme, I am not a racist. Don’t forget some people were very angry when I made the comparison between Mein Kampf and the Qur’an. I am not the first one to make that comparison. Winston Churchill and many others made that comparison.”

Wilders’ views are odious. But, interestingly, one odious form encourages another to emerge from the gloom. Like attracts like.

As people of the media viewed a public showing of the controversial film Fitna, in which Muslim nutters who deny the Holocaust are seen, er,  praising Hitler and a man is seen holding up a sign saying “ISLAM WILL DOMINATE THE WORLD”, we look at the protest.

It looks like Islamic nutters are being assimilated they get irony.

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