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Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Humble pie for Gordon Brown and Lord Ahmed


After denying the free speech hero, and Dutch politician, Geert Wilders U.K entry back in February the decision has been overturned. Now via process of a tribunal Mr Wilders M.P will be free to visit our country. In February Lord (sic) Nazir Ahmed (of Rotheram) wrote in the Guardian newspaper; Wilders' film, Fitna, takes a lot of Qur'anic verses out of context and relates them to some terrible terrorist events, connecting them as though such acts are a religious teaching.

The 'out of context' excuse is one you tend to hear often if you debate with Muslims on the Kor'an.
What contexts could the following suru be taken in? 8:12 spoils of war.....
And the lord said to the angels: I am with you; go and strengthen the faithfull. I shall fill the hearts of infidels with terror. So smite them on their necks and every joint, and incapacitate them.

9:35 Repentance
On the day we shall heat up (their gold) on the fire of Hell and brand their foreheads, sides and backs (and say to them): 'it is this you stored up for yourselves; so now taste of what you had stored!'.

Lord Ahmed was (in February) widely rumored to threaten the government with an angry mob of 10,000 muslims rioting should Mr Wilders be allowed to visit and show his film. Lord Ahmed is also the man who killed someone by dangerous driving and served only 16 days this year, who you know eh?

Mr Wilders will visit the U.K soon. This is another small victory for free speech and European nationalism. It is another small defeat for the liberal appeasers of Islam and the apostate Lord Ahmed.
Geert Wilders M.P blog can be found here: http://www.geertwilders.nl/

2 comments:

TITVS-ADVXAS 14 October 2009 at 15:23  

Perhaps the BBC will grant Mr Wilders a seat on the 22nd October between Mr Dumbledorn and Mr Straw?

ic1male 14 October 2009 at 15:37  

Would be interesting. I don't think we need to worry too much about Bonnie Greer.

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