Tuesday, 10 February 2009

ENTRY POLICY AT OUR BORDERS

Last week a film-showing of the film "Fitna" was cancelled in the House of Lords after that repulsive Mohammedan Lewd Achmed threatened to blockade Parliament with 10,000 angry Mohammedans if the showing went ahead.

Later, the members of the House seemed to come to their senses about what they had just submitted to (threat of violence by aliens), and again made arrangements to show the film and a speech from its producer, Geert Wilders.

Now read this (not long):

http://kleinverzet.blogspot.com/2009/02/breaking-wilders-not-allowed-into-uk.html

So, not just the House of Lords (temporarily), but the government itself seems to have submitted to Mohammedan threat of violence, and submitted its (OUR) border admission policies to Mohammedan veto.

WRITE TO TURNER, BURNHAM, AND THE REPULSIVE LITTLE SCOTCH GIT.

UPDATE:

This afternoon Mr. Wilders received a letter from the British ambassador to the Netherlands saying that he is a “persona non grata” in the United Kingdom. The ambassador told Mr. Wilders that he is a threat to public security and public harmony because of the controversy created by Fitna. Mr. Wilders intends to go to London anyway. “Let them arrest me in Heathrow,” he says.

If Mr. Wilders is denied entry to the United Kingdom, it will be the first time that Britain refuses entry to an elected politician from another member state of the European Union. The Dutch government has protested to the British government over the unprecedented barring of an EU parliamentarian by another EU country.

The meeting of Mr. Wilders and members of the British Parliament had originally been planned for 29 January, but was postponed. Lord Nazir Ahmed, a Muslim member of the House of Lords (Labour), had threatened to mobilize 10,000 Muslims to prevent Mr. Wilders from entering the British Parliament. Lord Ahmed boasted in the Pakistani press that the cancellation of Mr. Wilders’ visit was “a victory for the Muslim community.”

http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/3793

That'll be the doing of that little worm Milliband.

Morg
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