Geert Wilders A Man Of Character… And That’s Official!

Dutch bizarro Geert Wilders has been given the official stamp of approval by the Australian Government and will be touring Australia in February 2013 courtesy of local wEirD0Es The Q Society. There was apparently some ? over whether or not the ani-Muslim ideologue would be allowed into the country or barred from entering it — as Irish politician Gerry Adams was in 1996 and English historian David Irving on numerous other occasions. Other potential visitors judged to have been of bad character include German politicians Udo Voight (2003) and Gerd Finkenwirth (2005); the pair were invited to speak at the annual fascist gathering in Sydney titled the ‘Sydney Forum’.

And there’s of course the case of Scott Parkin and Doyle Canning and Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin and…

Apart from Wilders, other far-right activists allowed to grace Australia’s shores of late include Canadian Holocaust denialist/free speech activist Paul Fromm (December 2010 — as a guest of the Australia First Party) and most recently the American racial scientician Jared Taylor (September 2012). Taylor spoke at an event in Sydney organised by fascist groupuscule ‘Klub Nation’, previously noted for successfully infiltrating but failing to take over the NSW Humanist Society. For its part, The Q Society’s chief propagandist is Yanqui blowhard Robert Spencer, author of the jihadwatch website. In August, Spencer joined fellow American loon Pamela Geller, whiny English git Stephen Yaxley-Lennon and a few score other bigots in Stockholm in the somewhat grandly-titled “First Worldwide Counter-Jihad Action”.

*cough*

In February 2011, Yaxley-Lennon attempted to stage a similar rally in Amsterdam. As the above video suggests, the results were rather poor, as has been the attendance at subsequent EDL rallies in E-E-England (as amusingly-documented by Malatesta). In national elections last month Wilder’s party, the PVV, won 15 seats in the 150-seat Parliament, down 9 on its previous 24. The extremis project website has several articles on the election, the latest being ‘It ain’t over till it’s over: the normalization of Dutch populism?’, Hajo Boomgaarden, September 14, 2012.

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I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2014 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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9 Responses to Geert Wilders A Man Of Character… And That’s Official!

  1. Athenry says:

    Poor Gerry Adams will forever be classed in the same league as a bunch of fascists, and perhaps as even more of a threat than others; such as Geert Wilders.

    I for one would welcome Adams with open arms, he has had his fair share of controversy, but he started out a freedom fighter defending mighty Éire. That’s better than any holocaust denying, anti-muslim scumbag that the Australian government deems worthy.

    And just weeks after Sydney’s ‘Islamic uprising’ too. Good timing, Minister Bowen.

    I could only imagine the type of people Wilders’ speeches will attract, I’m sure he’s used to the more well-groomed and presentable fascists of Europe, with their slicked-back hair and suits, seeing Nicky Folkes in the front row with a union-jack clad shirt clinging to his beer belly might send him running the other way.

    Paul Henry has already booked him out for a month on Ten’s ‘Breakfast’. No doubt Mr. Henry worships the guy just as much as Breivik does.

  2. Ruldolfo says:

    Hmmm…now that’s mighty interesting.

    Must be the same reason those Mooz-lum books got banned but the Hammerskins can’t be stopped from throwing a concert in the name of free speech.

  3. slopp says:

    ahem, von wilders is a big fan of israel – and everything jewish and not a fan of holeocausts, you will need to recast his position in your political firmament/ world view, henry

  4. @ndy says:

    1.

    A few things:

    The denial of a visa to Adams took place prior to the accord of Easter 1998; HoWARd was PM at the time; Australian foreign policy generally mimics the US. In recent times the treaty has come under some pressure as dissident Republicans re-group — their troubles captured in the img of Martin McGuinness shaking the hand of His Majesty.

    Re the Wilders crowd Down Under, yeah, there’ll be the cardigan-wearing Christians and other cultural conservatives/reactionaries, as well as a few folks like Folkes: the League of Empire Loyalists revisited. Plus a few of Geert’s Zionist friends, of course.

    The Q Society line is basically a less-crazed version of Breivik’s paranoid phantasy.

    2.

    The book stuff’s kinda odd: unimelb is for research and shit, and access to such materials makes sense from a scholarly perspective. Otoh, the situation here ain’t quite as bad as it is in the UK: see Support Rod Thornton, Whistleblower @ Nottingham (June 15, 2011).

    The Hammerskin stuff is interesting in the sense that, if a character test is applied and folks like Irving et al have failed, it’s odd that the bonehead musicians who come out here to play are welcome. I mean, Page played w some of the guys that have played reich ‘n’ roll out here, and several of these have violent criminal records. Of course, it makes sense if you proceed on the basis of other assumptions…

  5. Ruldolfo says:

    Yes, come to think of it – it’s strange that Nazi musicians are allowed in, but Snoop Doggy Dogg was initially banned.

    Wilders is also a strange chap. Apparently he has “Indo” heritage, which would make him, like Jack van Tongeren, a “self-hating Indo“.

    http://www.expatica.com/nl/news/news_focus/Geert-Wilders-is-one-of-us_-say-Indies-immigrants_14673.html

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  7. HOPE says:

    Thank God the best countries to live in … ENJOY ” FREEDOM OF SPEECH ” BUT THERE ARE IMPORTANT PREFERRED RESPONSIBILITIES TO APPRECIATE .

    1.TO DISAGREE IS OK BUT DO SO WITH MUTUAL RESPECT.
    2. ALWAYS STICK TO THE REVELANT FACTS.
    3 . IF THE ” GOOD SELF ESTEEM TEST “IS NEGATIVE … TRY TO APPLY THIS IMPORTANT ‘ TEST ‘ TO EVERY THOUGHT , DEED , ACTIVITY , BEHAVIOUR , RELIGION , POLITICAL , CULTURAL , EDUCATIONAL , MEDICAL , SPORTING & MEDIA ORGANIZATION…

    SO ‘ FREEDOM of SPEECH ‘ IS A ” GOD GIVEN RIGHT ” TO ENJOY & RESPECT … MUTUALLY . THEREFORE , ‘ HEALTHY DISAGREEMENTS [ BASED ON THE RELEVANT FACTS ] ARE CLEARLY OK … SADLY THE IN-HUMAN , HUMAN RACE HAVE A HISTORY OF TOO MUCH INSANE / MADNESS WITH LITTLE HOPE OF ANY CHANGE TO REAL BENEFICIAL HAPPINESS … BUT PLEASE RESPECT OUR GOD GIVEN RIGHTS … THANKS

  8. Anonymous says:

    A suggestion/recommendation for reporters and anyone else commenting on Geert Wilders’ talks in Australia:

    I’d suggest he [?] ask whether Australians would be happy to have a Nazi, with Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” under his arm, coming into Australia – and then asking for citizenship.

    Just a nice friendly “moderate” Nazi – not an orthodox or “fundamentalist” Nazi. A happy Nazi who would like to be included in Australian multicultural society (?!!)

    Then show the clear comparison between the Nazi and Muslim ideology – the violence “commanded” in the Koran which is, if anything, far greater, more far-reaching and even worse than that in “Mein Kampf” !!

    He [?] could suggest that any immigrant into Australia be shown several dozen paragraphs in the Koran and told that they would have to specifically sign a declaration that they ABJURE those parts of the Koran and DISAVOW any adherence or agreement with them as a condition of being in this country.

    Best regards.

    A Member of the public in a civil society.

  9. @ndy says:

    Truly thoughtful stuff A Member of the public in a civil society.

    You do realise some journos are ladies but right?

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