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Friday, September 17, 2010


Dutch politician Geert Wilders, head of that country's Freedom Party (PVV) has been calling for a ban on all immigration into the Netherlands from Islamic countries as well as a ban on Shariah law. Now he is taking his message to other countries later this year. Bolstered by huge gains in his country's recent elections, Wilders appears to be getting more confident in his message.

Via the UK Guardian:
An anti-Muslim populist in the Netherlands is forming an international alliance to spread his message across the west in an attempt to ban immigration from Islamic countries, among other goals.

Geert Wilders, leader of the Freedom party, told the Associated Press that he would launch the movement late this year, initially in five countries: the US, Canada, Britain, France and Germany.

"The message, 'stop Islam, defend freedom', is a message that's not only important for the Netherlands but for the whole free Western world," Wilders said at the Dutch parliament.

Among the group's aims will be outlawing immigration from Islamic countries to the west and a ban on Islamic sharia law. Starting as a grassroots movement, he hopes it eventually will produce its own lawmakers or influence other legislators.
In the U.S., the Ground Zero mosque controversy has served to increase awareness about the deceptive tactics of America's Islamic enemies. Wilders also spoke at the protest there on 9/11. The Tea Party in America seems to be standing up to Islamic intimidation and Wilders may be seeing increased support from it as a result.

h/t to Free Republic

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