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England is dead.

All right, not England literally, but the idea of England, as a nation that has freedom of speech and the rule of law is as dead as... well, me.

Geert Wilders, a liberal politician from Holland was arrested and deported when he tried to visit Great Britain.

His crime?

He made a film called Fitna, and had come to show it to members of the House of Lords.

The film contains no lies, no slanders, just the words of radical Muslims accompanying images of radical Muslims, both revealing them calling for the violent conquest of the world.

But Lord Nazi Nazir Ahmed threatened to bring 10,000 Muslims to practically assault the Parliament in order to prevent the screening of this film.

And it was Wilders who got shipped out of the country.

Does the sheer cognitive dissonance mean anything to you?

You have a man, a Peer of the Realm, obviously threatening violence unless England sacrifices its right of free speech in the name of appeasement.

Well, here's a message for Prime Minister Gordon Brown and the rest of the castrato that currently rule Britain.


Give them one thing, and they will demand 100 more things. It's a simple lesson of history. The moment Nazir Ahmed made his threat, he should have been stripped of his title, and deported to someplace he would feel more at home at, like the frontier of Pakistan. Because he will not be happy until he's made England in that distorted and mangled image.

And if 10,000 rose as he commanded, then round them up and ship them to where they really want to live. And if they fought, then fight back.

The fascist, whether under the guise of progressive socialism, nationalism, or Islamic fundamentalism, is either at your throat or ground under your heel.

It's a simple fact of life.

And Mr. Ahmed, I refuse to call you by your title, you don't deserve it. England has given you everything in your life, and all you want to do is take away the essential rights that made your priviledged life possible.

If I wasn't already dead, I'd be vomiting in disgust.

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