Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Geert Wilders: The Circus Will Go On

The dhimmi Dutch criminal court had a moment to redeem itself and stand up for the basic unalienable right of free speech. Alas, they dhimmied down and quivered and shook before the law of savages, the sharia. Yesterday, the Appeals judges in the hate truth speech case against Wilders rejected a defense motion for trial judges to be dismissed because of alleged bias.

In what can only be described as a heresy trial, the persecution of Geert Wilders continues. The truth on trial. Objective reality on trial. The West on trial.

It will seeve to increase Wilders' popularity and stature in the freedom-loving world.

Wilders trial: police complaint about perjury Dutch NL April 19th

PVV leader Geert Wilders is to make a formal complaint to the police of perjury against one of the witnesses at his inciting hatred trial.

On Monday, a special court panel refused to honour the Wilders’ camp call for new judges, because they refused to investigate statements made by Middle East expert Bertus Hendriks.

Wilders and his lawyer Bram Moszkowicz claim Hendriks lied in court about the motives for inviting another witness, Arab languages expert Hans Jansen, to dinner last May.

During that dinner, Moszkowicz claims a third witness tried to pressure Jansen about his evidence.

Following Monday’s decision, the case against Wilders can now continue.
‘The circus will go on,’ Wilders told the Telegraaf in a reaction.

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