Geert Wilders on Moroccan immigrant court prosecution issue

Geert Wilders Was Right

What a week. In an Australian café, a self-declared jihadi seized at least 17 hostages, two of whom were killed; and in Pakistan, 148 people, including 132 children, were massacred by the same branch of the Taliban that tried to murder Mala Yousafzai to prevent her from being educated.

Whether the terrorist in Australia acted alone or had an organization behind him is irrelevant. It did not stop him from killing two hostages. The manager of the Lindt cafe, 34-year-old Tori Johnson, and a 38-year-old lawyer and mother of three, Katrina Dawson, lost their lives.

What we have in both slaughters are individuals motivated by the same ideology, Islamism, and committing attacks against innocent civilians. More alarming is that many people apparently seem not to want to talk about the motivations, apart from mental illness, behind both attacks: Islamic ideology. Perhaps they fear being exposed to the same violence one day, or perhaps they fear jeopardizing business deals or votes. There may also be the temptation to run away from reality, in the hope that the more you deny it, the farther you are from it.

Thank Vlad

  • Brett_McS

    If the west returns to sanity there will be statues made of Geert Wilders.

  • Jason

    If there is such a thing as a hero in our cynical societies, he’s it. He has to win this, not just for himself, but for all of us, even the fools who are prosecuting him.

  • Solo712

    It is interesting how this “insanity plea” for acts of mass murder works. When the Soviets under Brezhnev’s “relaxed” form of communism routinely branded political dissidents “insane”, and sought to “treat” them mental hospitals (rather than sending them to Gulag) people in the West with IQ larger than their shoe-size were not buying it and called it “abuse of psychiatry”. Now of course, most of the elites in the West are all for the ideas of insane “lone wolves” who are unhappy with their lives and seeking to go down in flames as the ultimate expression of their isolation and “insanity”. Anyone who opposes this nonsense is instantly deemed in good “mental health” neo-nazi, KKK wizzard relative, or a neocon crook. So, if some real piece of work and certified schizo like Anders Breivik mentions in his manifesto any of those not impressed by the theology of a 7th century caravan robber, the vast right wing conspiracy is thereby proven. Go figure !