Thursday, February 12, 2009

Wilders Denied Entry Into Britain

Earlier this week, Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders was denied entry into Britain by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith.

Today, Wilders tested the ban and was turned away at Heathrow Airport.

Wilders had been invited by Lord Pearson to a showing of his film Fitna in the House of Lords. (I wrote about Fitna at IC in April 2008 -'t-anti-muslim/.) However, the Home Secretary denied Wilders permission to enter the country due to his views. Smith referred to Wilders as an "undesirable person." A spokesperson for the Home Secretary said Her Majesty's government opposes "extremism in all its forms."

However, that didn't prevent Hezbollah spokesman Ibrahim Mousawi from attending a conference in London last November. I guess Her Majesty's Government doesn't consider Hezbollah's views to be extremist.

Wilders is right to call the Labour government of Gordon Brown "the biggest bunch of cowards in Europe." He also said, "They are more Chamberlain than Churchill."

Alas I am afraid Britain can no longer be called Great. The Muslims have the British government so intimidated it is only a matter of time before the U.K. becomes an Islamic state.
Frankly, I don't think there's an inch of difference between Labour and the Conservatives. The Tories under David Cameron are a continent away from Margaret Thatcher. They are every bit politically correct, Obama loving and Israel hating as the Labourites.

The Britain of fish and chips, Open All Hours and the Magna Carta is dead.

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