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Geert Wilders To Film Fitna Sequel

April 19, 2009

Geert Wilders continues his full court press. I have to say, I find this news to be very exciting.

The truth shall set you free.

Reuters

Wilders’s previous film, which was launched over the internet in March 2008 and argues that the Koran incites violence, was condemned by the Netherlands and Muslim nations, but did not spark widespread violent backlashes as initially feared.

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Wilders said his new film would focus on the threat of Islam and the impact ‘Islamisation’ has had on Europe and the United States. The film would also focus on the principle of freedom of speech and should be completed before the end of 2010, he added.

We should be more on the offensive instead of the defense,” Wilders told Reuters, but added that the film is not meant to offend Muslims.

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Unfortunately, there are only a few leaders who are standing up and saying our freedom of speech principles are more important than appeasing Islam,” Wilders said.

Wilders said the video would also focus on the impact of Islamic immigration in western countries, confirming earlier comments made to mass Dutch daily De Telegraaf.

Although the new film would not be a copy of Fitna, it would still take a sharp stance against Islamic countries. “It will not be less peppered than the first film,” he was quoted as saying.

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Wilders, who has called for an end to Islamic immigration, is now seeking funding from both the United States and Europe for the production of the film. He has already had offers of support from people within the movie and documentary industry willing to help make the film, he said.

Emphasis mine

Related:

Transcript: Geert Wilders Speech-David Horowitz Freedom Center April 4 2009

Political Opposites: Geert Wilders Fighting for Free Speech vs. George Galloway Mouthpiece of Terrorists

Geert Wilders Speech Four Seasons New York Feb 23 ‘09

Geert Wilders “Persona Non Grata” in the UK for Fear of a Euro-Muslim Intimidation Demonstration

Fitna [Video & Text]

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