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Friday, October 15, 2010


We can at least chalk a portion of this victory for Geert Wilders up to the massive shift in political sentiment in the Netherlands recently. His anti-Islam Freedom Party won huge gains in that country's elections this past June and with that victory comes power. That's not to say there was anything untoward. It simply means that politicians know when the political winds are shifting. They have shifted in a major way in the Netherlands. I wouldn't be surprised to see Wilders leading that country before long.

Via Dutch News:
The public prosecution department on Friday afternoon stated that Geert Wilders is not guilty of discriminating against Muslims. Earlier on Friday it announced he should also be found not guilty of inciting hatred.

Prosecutors Birgit van Roessel and Paul Velleman reached their conclusions after a careful reading of interviews with and articles by the anti-Islam politician and a viewing of his anti-Koran film Fitna.

They said comments about banning the Koran can be discriminatory, but because Wilders wants to pursue a ban on democratic lines, there is no question of incitement to discrimination 'as laid down in law'.
This may be a bigger victory for Wilders than the election. He definitely has the opposition on defense. This victory is certain to strengthen his influence. Look for this guy to take the lead in Europe as the inevitable battle with Islamo-fascism becomes the top priority for the west.

h/t to Weasel Zippers

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