Thursday, February 26, 2009


"Al Qaeda" of The Netherlands? Are you kidding me?

Wilders is a sitting member of the Dutch Parliament, for Pete's sake!

H/T Weblog GeertWilders

View Wilders' Q & A in NYC @ Let's Get It Right


Linda Morgan said...

Gee, couldn't CNN find anyone to accuse Wilders of being the Khmer Rouge or Jeffrey Dahmer? Such comparisons would have been just as plausible. Even though he hasn't clogged rivers with corpses or stocked his fridge with human heads -- any more than he's pledged his life to the slaughter of ever more infidels -- he has made some people feel bad. Which is, like, the real essence of depravity, right?

When you've gone and ruffled somebody's feathers, what difference does it make whether your weapons were an unbowed head and defiant words or box-cutters and hijacked commercial jets? Apparently none in CNN world.

Candor equals terrorism.

Carlos Echevarria said...

Linda, you are right, this is pretty nasty stuff.

CNN is so over the top in terms of their dhimmiesque defense, they should just become part and parcel of Al Jazeera!

Wilders is a great man, a freedom fighter and now he runs the second most populuous party in Holland, notwithstanding the attacks...

Anonymous said...

CNN: Geert Wilders is 'al Qaeda of the Netherlands'

A: Al Qaeda uses Koranic verses to justify violence
B: Geert Wilders exposes violent verses in the Koran and concludes that the Koran is the source of Islamic violence
Conclusion: Geert Wilders is al Qaeda

A: Nazis use "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" to justify anti-Semitic violence
B: You expose anti-Semitism in "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" and conclude that it is one of the sources of anti-Semitic violence
Conclusion: You are a Nazi