What if other prominent people in the Netherlands decided to imitate Geert Wilders?
How many hate-mongers can the Dutch government prosecute at the same time?
We may be about to find out. According to today’s De Telegraaf, as translated by VH:
Theodor Holman supports Wilders
Theodor Holman, a columnist for the Amsterdam newspaper Het Parool, by way of support sides with the statements of Geert Wilders. In his column today he writes: “I, Theodor Holman, find the Quran to be as grave as Mein Kampf.” The PVV leader will be prosecuted for the same statement.
Holman [who also used to work with Theo van Gogh] criticizes the “political process” against Wilders. According to the columnist, the prosecution is a violation of freedom of expression.
“Wilders is right”
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“Wilders is also not allowed to make movies with an opinion. And even when Mohammed Bouyeri murders Theo van Gogh for religious reasons, as he himself said, Wilders should not be of the opinion that the Quran is comparable with Mein Kampf. While Wilders is right.
“And therefore I repeat his statement: I, Theodor Holman, find the Quran to be as grave as Mein Kampf,” the columnist writes in the newspaper Het Parool.