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Geert Wilders PVV: England Once Again Appeases Islam By Shutting The Mouths Of Its Critics

June 27, 2013

PVV: England behaagt weer eens de Islam door critici de mond te snoeren

De Engelse regering toont weer eens slappe knieën te hebben zodra islamofielen bezwaar maken tegen toespraken van islamcritici. Was in 2009 Geert Wilders aan de beurt voor een Engels inreisverbod, deze keer worden islamcritici Pamela Geller en Robert Spencer uit de VS geweerd. "Het lijkt wel of de Engelse regering een kort geheugen heeft," aldus PVV-kamerlid Raymond de Roon, "van dat inreisverbod voor Geert Wilders maakte de Engelse rechter een paar maanden later gehakt". De Roon vraagt de minister van Buitenlandse Zaken om op te komen voor het mensenrecht van de vrije meningsuiting en over dit inreisverbod te protesteren bij de Engelse regering.

Vragen van het lid De Roon (PVV) aan de minister van Buitenlandse Zaken over een Brits inreisverbod voor islamcritici:

Kent u het bericht 'Pamela Geller And Robert Spencer Banned From The UK By Home Office, Due To Speak At EDL Woolwich Rally' (1)?

Heeft u ook kennis genomen van de brief die Pamela Geller daarover heeft ontvangen van de minister van Binnenlandse Zaken van het Verenigd Koninkrijk (2)?

Bent u het met mij eens, dat de vrees dat een meningsuiting wellicht zou kunnen leiden tot geweldpleging door anderen, geen reden zou mogen zijn om die meningsuiting te belemmeren? Zo neen, waarom niet?

Bent u het met mij eens, dat in zo'n situatie de overheid alles op alles moet zetten om de vrije meningsuiting te waarborgen en geweld door aanhangers en vrienden van de islam tegen te gaan? Zo neen, waarom niet?

Wilt u de Engelse regering herinneren aan hun politieke inreisverbod voor Geert Wilders en het feit dat een Engelse rechter van dat verbod later gehakt heeft gemaakt (3)?

Wilt u het ongenoegen van de Nederlandse regering over dit dhimmigedrag van die minister van Binnenlandse Zaken aan de Engelse regering overbrengen en hen vragen niet meer te bezwijken voor islamitisch geklaag en dreigementen, als mensen gebruik willen maken van hun recht op vrije meningsuiting? Zo neen, waarom niet?



PVV: England once again pleases Islam by silencing its critics

The British government shows itself once again to be made up of Islamophiles by objecting to speech by critics of Islam. It shows the weak knees it showed in 2009 when turning down Geert Wilders for entry into England; this time, the U.S. critics of Islam Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer are banned.

"It seems that the British government has a short memory," says PVV MP Raymond de Roon, "forgetting that Geert Wilders made an English court drop that entry ban a few months later." De Roon asked the Foreign Minister to stand for the human right of free speech and to protest to the British government about this entry ban.

Questions of the MP de Roon (PVV) to the Minister of Foreign Affairs on the British entry ban for critics of Islam:

1. Did you see the message "Pamela Geller And Robert Spencer Banned From The UK By Home Office, Due To Speak At EDL Woolwich Rally" (1)?

2. Have you taken note of the letter that Pamela Geller has received from the Minister of Internal Affairs of the United Kingdom (2)?

3. Do you agree with me that the fear that speech might possibly lead to violence by others should not be used as a reason to hinder their freedom of expression? If not, why not?

4. Do you agree with me that in such a situation the government should act to protect the freedom of expression, and counter every act of violence by supporters and friends of Islam? If not, why not?

5. Do you want the British government to recall their political restrictions upon Geert Wilders and the fact that an English court made a mockery of the prohibition of his entry three months later?

6. Do you want the displeasure of the Dutch government on this dhimmi behavior by the Minister of the Interior to be conveyed to the British Government, asking it not to succumb to Islamic complaining and threats, if people wish to exercise their right to free speech? If not, why not?





serif xx-large bold">A gross double standard over hate speech

serif xx-large bold">By Douglas Murray

According to the Home Office if you are a non-Muslim and you make the following statement your presence will be deemed ‘not conducive to the public good' and you will be barred from entering the United Kingdom:

‘It [Islam] is a religion and a belief system that mandates warfare against unbelievers for the purpose for establishing a societal model that is absolutely incompatible with Western society. Because of media and general government unwillingness to face the sources of Islamic terrorism these things remain largely unknown.'

If, on the other hand, you are a Muslim and you say the following then the UK government has no problem with you, and you can come in to the UK to do a speaking tour:

‘Devotion to Jihad for the sake of Allah, and the desire to shed blood, to smash skulls and to sever limbs for the sake of Allah and in defense of His religion, is, undoubtedly, an honor for the believer.'

In welcoming the decision to ban the first speaker, rather than the second, Keith Vaz, chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee, has said:

‘The UK should never become a stage for inflammatory speakers who promote hate.'

Too late, Keith. Too late.

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