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Friday, October 22, 2010


The judges in the trial of Geert Wilders found the perfect way to get out of a very uncomfortable position after the prosecution recommended last week that charges be dropped. Whether it was their intention to step down from the proceedings because the Defense accused them of bias matters little.

Via Reuters:
Oct 22 (Reuters) - A Dutch court approved on Friday a request from anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders to have new judges for his trial on charges of inciting hatred against Muslims.
Wilders made this request earlier in the proceedings but it was declined. The court has now agreed with Wilders and has stepped down based on claims that a court official has attempted to intimidate one of the defense's witnesses.

Via Dutch News:
Geert Wilders' trial on inciting hatred charges in Amsterdam took a new twist on Friday after it emerged another court official may have tried to pressure one of the defence witnesses.

The allegations, in De Pers newspaper, led Wilders' lawyer Bram Moszkowicz to again ask for the judges to be dismissed because they refused to rule on whether the witness should be recalled.

Wilders broke his silence to call personally for new judges. The trial is 'a great big mess', Wilders told the special panel considering the request.
The Monsters & Critics website is reporting that one of the judges tried to influence one of the defense witnesses at a dinner.
Wilders had filed the partiality complaint on grounds that one member of the panel of judges had attempted to influence an expert on Islam, who was being called on as a witness in the proceedings.

When the expert witness, an Arabic scholar, divulged the attempt to influence him, he was no longer allowed by the panel of judges as a witness. Thereupon Wilders' lawyers filed suit declaring that he 'had not the slightest trust' any longer in the judges.

In the wake of the ruling, it meant that a new panel of judges would have to be found to carry out proceedings against Wilders.
This is a huge victory for Geert Wilders, made even more so by revelations and admission by the court itself that he was a victim of judicial bias.

The judges should be investigated.


Cliff Kincaid, president of USA Survival has just completed an exhaustive expose into the Marxism that is running all through this country and at the highest levels of government. As part of this report, Kincaid interviewed two people about their knowledge of the Park Station Police office in San Francisco in early 1970. There is strong evidence that Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn are responsible for that bombing, which killed police officer Brian McDonnell.

Kincaid interviewed former FBI investigator Max Noel and FBI informant Larry Grathwohl, who penetrated the Weather Underground. Both testified under oath in the 1970's about what they knew regarding the bombing. Kincaid's interview with Noel and Grathwohl is in seven parts. You're urged and encouraged to check them out. The case of Brian McDonnell is still open - in fact, there's still a $100,000 reward for information leading to arrests.

VIEW for yourselves and see if you think it's possible that Ayers and Dohrn got away with killing a cop.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

Part 7

To read more from Kincaid's report, click HERE and HERE.

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Don't be confused by the headline. This is great news. South Carolina Senator - and the man who should be the Republican nominee in 2012 - Jim DeMint says he will introduce a bill that will call for the cessation of all public funds from going to National Public Radio (NPR) in response to the taxpayer-funded propaganda outfit's decision to fire liberal Juan Williams for comments he made about being 'worried' when on a plane with passengers in 'Muslim garb.'

Via Gawker:
Republican Senator Jim DeMint has confirmed that he will introduce legislation to cut federal funding from NPR after they fired analyst Juan Williams for making insensitive comments about Muslims on Fox. The Right's war on NPR has begun in earnest!

Tonight on The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly followed his Fox colleague Mike Huckabee in calling for "an immediate suspension of all public money going to NPR" because of Williams' firing. He also added, "We understand [South Carolina] Senator Jim Demint will introduce legislation to defund that enterprise. No taxpayer money should be going to an outfit that abuses free speech." (CNN has confirmed DeMint's intention.)
So the most conservative senator in Congress is choosing to come to the defense of a liberal. Yeah, the skeptical left will say DeMint is using Williams to further an agenda but how can they deny that Williams was unfairly terminated?

Gawker even makes a rather lame point by arguing that if taxpayer dollars are pulled from NPR, then their fundraising drives will become more obnoxious. Who cares?! If the fundraising drives become too obnoxious, they'll eventually turn people off. Besides, I have a problem with my tax dollars funding an outfit that spits on the first amendment, regardless of whether the end result is increased donations to that outfit. At least they'll have to actually WORK to make up for that shortfall.

h/t Weasel Zippers


Barney Frank is in real trouble in his race with Sean Bielat. This ad isn't going to help the Banking Queen either. What's truly amazing is that there is a significant contingent of voters in Frank's district that actually thinks he's doing a good job, despite being largely responsible for the housing crisis. In fact, when you hear Barney refer to 'bubble' in this clip, it's taken from 2005 in which he advocated mortgages being given to people who couldn't afford them while saying there would be no housing bubble.

Worth a minute of your time...

h/t Weasel Zippers
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