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Che ne faremo delle camicie nere?

2010-07-17
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In autunno Geert Wilders, il controjihadista olandese noto a tutto il mondo civile per essere il principale diffusore in Europa di teorie-patacca su una prossima invasione islamica, lancerà il suo movimento islamofobo in Stati Uniti, Canada, Francia, Germania e Gran Bretagna.

Il nome del movimento, segnatevelo, è Alleanza della Libertà.

The aim of the alliance is to end immigration of people from Muslim nations.

“The message: ‘Stop Islam, defend freedom’, is a message that’s not only important for the Netherlands but for the whole free Western world,” Mr Wilders told the Dutch parliament.

The far-right politician identified the five nations as “ripe” for his message as they already have a large number of Muslim immigrants and face a threat from Islamic terrorists.

Mr Wilders’ views are well known and he is under permanent police protection after a number of death threats.

He had been banned from coming to Britain until a court ordered he be allowed into the country.

Speaking in London last year following an invitation from the UK Independence Party’s Lord Pearson, the Dutchman defended his opinions.

Mr Wilders with Lord Pearson of Rannoch (right) in London last year

“I have a problem with the Islamic ideology, the Islamic culture, because I feel that the more Islam that we get in our societies, the less freedom that we get,” he said.

“I believe we should stop mass immigration from Islamic countries, not because the people are bad, but because they bring a culture that really is against everything in our own values.”

With reference to his new alliance and its launch in the UK, Mr Wilders added its values had little in common with the British National Party.

“The BNP is a party that, whatever you think of it, it’s not my party – I think it’s a racist party,” he said.

In the Netherlands, Mr Wilders’ Freedom Party is currently riding a wave of popularity.

In June’s general election he made big gains – increasing his share of the vote and the number of MPs.

The politician became a target for Islamic fundamentalists when he made a film called Fitna, which compared Islam to Nazism and the Koran to Hitler’s Mein Kampf.

His film took quotes from the Islamic holy book and edited them onto pictures of terror attacks that had been carried out in the name of Islam.

Mr Wilders’ style of politics has not gone unnoticed by Dutch authorities and he will stand trial later this year on race-hate charges (fonte).

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One Response to Che ne faremo delle camicie nere?

  1. Melone on 2010-07-17 at 09:27

    Questa cosa della “Libertà” mi suona, come dire, un tantinello familiare …

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