Geert Wilders Speaks: Anti-Koran Film "Fitna" (Part 1 of 2)





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Published on Jan 25, 2008

(Part 1 of 2) _ An extended interview with popular Dutch Member of Parliament Geert Wilders on his upcoming anti-Koran film "Fitna" for Dutch television. Also discussed - Muslim immigration, tolerance and democracy.

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Fabricio Valdes
Geert Wilders for president of European Union.
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Judith Schoner
"GEERT" for the Peace Nobel Price, no doubt about it!
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Praduman Pratap Singh Chauhan
every time a muslim has to say something he/she starts reciting versus of koran ..........they have no brain
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Volkspartij Voor Nederland
This party is called: Dutch: PVV (Partij Voor Vrijheid) English: PFF (Party For Freedom)
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Abandoned Profile
I'm sure there are moderate Muslims out there but they're not making themselves heard. If Muslims are offended by Western Culture please feel free to leave and live where you feel your values are better represented. I don't want to change your culture all I ask is that you please respect my culture and contribute to society rather than take welfare benefits that you haven't earned.
Philippe Sauvie
This politically correct interviewer calls Wilders out for calling Islamic culture retarded. (delayed or held back in terms of progress) seems fitting to me but political correctness here tries to stifle free speech. That my dear people is fascism! He also tries to impose Sharia law on him saying what he said just offended 1.5 billion people. Btw. In Islam, telling the truth about Islam will get you killed in Islamic countries.NOT IN AMERICA!
I'm sure is important for Muslims to maintain their religious values. If they choose to immigrate to a country why don't they pick Saudi Arabia or other wealthy Gulf States where they can uphold their strict religious values. If they're not interested in wealthy countries they could choose many less affluent Muslim countries. I understand that Sharia law creates an obligation for Muslims to help their poorer brothers and sisters. Did you say there's little or no welfare systems in most of these countries? Now I understand.
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Wally Toynbee
Mr Wilders talks sense. The interviewer claims 1.5 billion Muslims will be outraged - presumably a lot of them will want to riot and be violent, This in itself indicts the problem with them.
You are the man !
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