3 years ago
Saturday, 30 January 2010
The Show Trials begin....
Geert Wilders is not a name many will have come across but he goes on trial for expressing the Truth and an opinion in the Ohh so perfectly homogenised EUSSR....well a province of the same, i.e. The Netherlands.
What astounds me though is the fact that apart from this article in The Telegrapgh not a single major news network or newspaper covers this incredulous attack on free speech and the right to express an opinion.
The words of the Prosecutor are distinctly chilling enough to raise the hairs on the back of one's neck and are a portent of the diversity authoritarianism to come in the increasingly totalitarianism state (EU) we now live in:
“It is irrelevant whether Wilders’s witnesses might prove Wilders’s observations to be correct, what’s relevant is that his observations are illegal”
Think about those words, especially the context in which 'irrelevant' and 'relevant' are used and take the time to think and reflect on what this means both for him and us.
Ed West is on the money with these words in his article: Wilders calls it “surreal”, and it certainly seems strange that in a city where a gentleman can smoke Morocco’s most famous export and view half-naked women in shop windows, he can go to jail for criticising a religion.
Indeed.....but then what's moral decay and licentious behaviour got to do with the truth and the right to express an opinion. Wilders is being put on trial, not because he's wrong or indeed indulging in criminal behaviour but because a show trial is the best way to stamp the authority of the EUSSR diversity league on us all.
Just ask uncle Joe Stalin.