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Wednesday, February 11, 2009


The British government has taken the extraordinary step of caving in, without a whimper, to fists being shaken impotently at them by angry illiterates.

Dutch member of parliament Geert Wilders said on Wednesday he would press ahead with plans to visit Britain on Thursday despite an official entry ban by the British government.


"I will get on a plane tomorrow and see what happens," Wilders told the BBC.
"I will not accept that an elected politician can be refused entry."

The British peer who invited Wilders to London to show his 15-minute film Fitna says he is shocked by the British government's 'weak' decision to ban the Dutch MP. Malcom Pearson told the BBC that while he does not agree with Wilders' call for the Koran to be banned, he would 'defend his right to say what he has said'.


The British government said on Tuesday that it ‘will stop those who want to spread extremism, hatred and violent messages in our communities from coming to our country.’


Perhaps the British are unaware that it is already too late to stop those who want to "spread extremism, hatred and violent messages" from entering - a Google search on the term 'Finsbury Mosque' will yield some surprising results. One might also want to question why so many hate-filled Islamic radicals and their preachers live in Britain. And, having established that Britain has become a hotbed for the dissemination of Jihadi ideologies, one could then very well ask the British government what the devil they mean by banning an elected politician, whose views they obviously fail to have researched in any meaningful way, from traveling across the channel - at the invite, nota bene, of one of their own parliamentarians.

One might also question whether Lord Ahmed, one of the ringleaders in this shameful circus, should ever be allowed outside the UK - as a provocateur and whore to Islamic extremists (that being a large segment of the British Labour Party, one might add), no useful purpose can be served by allowing such an unprincipled man access to either the continent or to North America.



Dear Mr Wilders

The purpose of this letter is to inform you that the Secretary of State is of the view that your presence in the UK would pose a genuine, present and sufficiently serious threat to one of the fundamental interests of society. The Secretary of State is satisfied that your statements about Muslims and their beliefs, as expressed in your film Fitna and elsewhere, would threaten community harmony and therefore public security in the UK.

You are advised that should you travel to the UK and seek admission an Immigration Officer will take into account the Secretary of State's view. If, in accordance with regulation 21 of the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006, the Immigration Officer is satisfied that your exclusion is justified on grounds of public policy and/or public security, you will be refused admission to the UK under regulation 19. You would have a right of appeal against any refusal of admission, exercisable from outside the UK.



The more I think of it, the more convinced I become that it would be thoroughly appropriate to prevent all British politicians from ever traveling to mainland Europe and the Americas. Let them travel to the Arab world and Pakistan instead - they really should meet the constituencies to which they pander.

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  • At 11:55 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Well what do you expect the British pols seem to have permanently given up on the concept of being objectively right.

    Last one to have ballls was Maggie. A fitting successor to Winston if ever there was one.

    ---Grant Patel

  • At 11:55 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Too many bloody Pakis over there anyhow.

    ---Grant Patel

  • At 5:22 PM, Blogger DEATH BY NOODLES said…

    Atboth, why are you catering to the intemperate mister Patel? Is life really that boring that you must?

    And if you must, do it with far less anger. Speak of panties, lace, and such things to him. It will exite him as much, with far less fire.

  • At 5:24 PM, Anonymous grafitti at Caffe Trieste said…

    Grant Patel is a very crude man.

  • At 5:26 PM, Blogger DEATH BY NOODLES said…

    That seems to be the consensus among several separate comments, if not actually commenters, yes.

    But most marvelously varied in his crudity. A clinical case.

  • At 11:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I a mNOT friggin crude, dammit all to hell.
    I mean heck.
    Yes, that's it - heck.
    Darn it all to frikkin sodding heck.

    ---Grant Patel

  • At 11:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Oh well. At least they still have fine chees over there. And Dundee cake. Or is that verboten too? Do either cheese or teatime snackypoos offend the bollocky Muslims?

    They can stuff a kipper in it, and pound it sideways, is what they can do.

    ---Grant Patel


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