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megimoo
02-16-2009, 07:19 PM
Geert Wilders to Show “Fitna” and Receive Italian Anti-Jihad Award in Rome (Orianna Fallaci Award)

Britons were perturbed with its government’s decision to bar entry to Wilders. As reflected in a Daily Mail poll with the question, “Should Dutch MP Geert Wilders be allowed to address the House of Lords?” more than four fifths, 86 percent, responded that Wilders should have been permitted to present and speak at their Parliament.

The Iconoclast: As Geert Wilders said yesterday, the British government was ‘cowardly’ for suppressing his freedom of speech by ejecting him from the U.K. virtually upon arrival at Heathrow. We posted yesterday that Wilders is going on to Rome, where, on February 19th, he will present his film “Fitna” at an invitation-only event. In addition to the screening, a news release issued today from the International Free Press Society notes: The February 19 event will also include an address by Mr. Wilders, a press conference, and a ceremony during which "A Way for Oriana" will award Mr. Wilders with the Orianna Fallaci...


http://www.newenglishreview.org/blog_display.cfm/blog_id/19555#CurDomainURL#/blog.cfm

FlaGator
02-16-2009, 07:27 PM
Geert Wilders to Show “Fitna” and Receive Italian Anti-Jihad Award in Rome (Orianna Fallaci Award)

Britons were perturbed with its government’s decision to bar entry to Wilders. As reflected in a Daily Mail poll with the question, “Should Dutch MP Geert Wilders be allowed to address the House of Lords?” more than four fifths, 86 percent, responded that Wilders should have been permitted to present and speak at their Parliament.

The Iconoclast: As Geert Wilders said yesterday, the British government was ‘cowardly’ for suppressing his freedom of speech by ejecting him from the U.K. virtually upon arrival at Heathrow. We posted yesterday that Wilders is going on to Rome, where, on February 19th, he will present his film “Fitna” at an invitation-only event. In addition to the screening, a news release issued today from the International Free Press Society notes: The February 19 event will also include an address by Mr. Wilders, a press conference, and a ceremony during which "A Way for Oriana" will award Mr. Wilders with the Orianna Fallaci...


http://www.newenglishreview.org/blog_display.cfm/blog_id/19555#CurDomainURL#/blog.cfm



I have had a lot of trouble lately understanding why England does some of the stuff it does...

Bleda
02-16-2009, 09:48 PM
And that's why I like good ol' Italy.

tacitus
02-16-2009, 10:09 PM
And that's why I like good ol' Italy.


The food is a hell of a lot better!