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Fighting for Freedom While Losing His Own: An Interview with Geert Wilders

David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog 17 May 2011
By Christine Williams

"In the process of fighting for freedom, I lost my own freedom,” Dutch politician Geert Wilders explained.

Our weekly Canadian program, "On the Front Line,” was one of the media outlets carefully selected to interview Wilders during his first visit to Canada last week. For several years, public and private discourse has centered around the sensationalism of Wilders’ epic battle against the Islamization of the West. But this interview (still to be aired) revealed some of Wilders’ less publicized views on moderate Islam and the personal cost of his quest.

 

Geert Wilders speaks in Ottawa, Canada

Vlad Tepes 14 May 2011

Geert Wilders speaks in Ottawa Canada May 10th 2011. This is his 'Warning to North America' tour, explaining the dangers and consequences of Islamic immigration and multiculturalism to Western liberal democracies.

Wilders was greeted, I am proud to say, with a standing ovation as he walked into the room. Thanks to IFPS-Canada as well as Fred Litwin’s Free Thinking Film Society for putting on this event.

 

Video: Geert Wilders on CFRA, and in Toronto radio May 9th 2011

vladtepesblog 11 May 2011


 

Dutch politician warns of Canadian culture disaster

Ottawa Citizen  11 May 2011
By ROBERT SIBLEY

OTTAWA — Canadians will see the erosion of their cultural values, including freedom of speech, if they continue to follow multicultural policies that are allowing the Islamization of the country,

 

Levant: Radical Islam issues hit here, too

Toronto Sun 11 May 2011
By Ezra Levant

Geert Wilders, a Dutch member of Parliament, is the most polarizing political figure in Holland. And for good reason. His Party for Freedom says things other political leaders might think but

 

Wilders both admired and reviled in Canada

Radio Netherlands  11 May 2011
By Heleen Sittig and Peter Hooghiemstra

Tarek Fatah is a progressive Canadian Muslim: "I support his coming here and speaking because he has the right to speak and he raises issues which are valid. I would have hoped there would be a

 

Islam a threat to Western freedom: Wilders

National Post 10 May 2011
By Jessica Hume

The presence of Muslims in Canada threatens the country’s freedoms and democracy, and only if immigration from Islamic countries is suspended can the cultural deterioration of the country be stopped,

 

Geert Wilders on CFRA, and in Toronto radio May 9th 2011

vladtepesblog 10 May 2011

Geert_Wilders_May08 Also, via Blazing Cat Fur, here is Geert on Toronto radio Apparently he was on Ezra over at SUN TV. Will try and find the video. Im willing to bet odds that SDAMATT has it. Will go get it ASAP

 

Warmington: Freedom should extend to Canadians too, Geert

Toronto Sun 10 May 2011
By Joe Warmington

TORONTO - Geert Wilders was greeted with all of the courtesy Canada’s freedom of the press offers. His entourage, however, doesn’t necessarily offer the same. Toronto Sun reporter Jenny Yuen

 

Video: SUN TV on Geert Wilders’ Tour of Canada

Gates of Vienna 9 May 2011

The news report below was recently aired on the new Canadian television channel, SUN TV. The anchor and his guest are discussing next week’s visit to Canada by the "polarizing” Geert Wilders.

 

Anti-Islamic Dutch politician a protest target

24 Hours Vancouver 9 May 2011

TORONTO - Protesters are getting ready for Geert Wilders' first Canadian visit as the controversial anti-Islamic Dutch politician rolls into town Monday night to give a private speech to local

 

Geert Wilders Comes to Nashville

Gates of Vienna 6 May 2011

The Canadian chapter of the International Free Press Society is bringing Geert Wilders to North America next week. After visiting three Canadian cities

 

Is Europe Doomed?

FrontPage Magazine 3 May 2011
By Jamie Glazov

Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Hege Storhaug, the information director of Human Rights Service in Norway and the author of several books on immigration and integration, forced marriage, women

 

WikiLeaks: Montreal mosque ‘is a top Al Qaeda recruiting zone’

FavStocks  29 April 2011
By Atlas Shrugs

An Islamic terror cell linked to a mosque in Montreal were planning an attack on Los Angeles Airport. The Mapping Sharia project found that three out of four mosques preach hate and incitement to

 

Pentagon lists Qaeda recruiting mosques

Arab Times 28 April 2011

Al-Qaeda recruited and trained militants at mosques and Islamic centers in cities around the world from Montreal to Karachi, according to a Pentagon list leaked Tuesday.

 

Intelligent Muslim: Only Support Dhimmi Candidates Who Agree To Make It "A Hate Crime To Associate Islam To Terrorism"

Blzaing Cat Fur 28 April 2011

The following voting advice appears in the latest issue of the Canadian Islamic Congress' Friday Magazine. The author Ayub Hamid "is a past member of the CIC Board of Directors

 

Canadian Muslim Group: "Only Support Non-Muslim Candidates Who Are Willing to Make it a Hate-Crime to Publicly Associate ...

Weasel Zippers 27 April 2011

The next federal election is set for May 2, 2011 and campaigns are in full swing. Canadian Muslims’ reactions to elections and political campaigns vary significantly; some participate for personal

 

Muslim community denounces document describing Montreal mosque as terror hub

The Canadian Press 27 April 2011
By Sidhartha Banerjee and Jonathan Montpetit

MONTREAL — New WikiLeaks documents that describe a Montreal mosque as a terror hub are defamatory, says a local Muslim spokesman. The newly leaked U.S. documents claim a

 

Free Speech, State Censorship, and the Prosecution of Dutch Politician Wilders

The New American  15 April 2011
By Bruce Walker

Most Americans — blessed with an inimitable Constitution written by men of great character and wisdom who understood the profound importance of human liberty — take freedom

 

Canada among countries debating niqab bans

Global Montreal 13 April 2011

TORONTO - On Monday, France became the first country to enact a ban on full-face veils in public spaces. France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy initiated the ban two years ago, equating the veils as

 
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