“How Can You Be Convicted for Telling the Truth?”

A brief, stirring speech by Geert Wilders about the ECHR ruling against Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff:

Provided that Western culture survives in Europe, this appeal will be among the many important statements by Mr. Wilders saved for posterity.

Meanwhile, the Islamic pushback against Wilders continues. See this concerted attack.

For previous posts on the “hate speech” prosecution of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, see Elisabeth’s Voice: The Archives.

6 thoughts on ““How Can You Be Convicted for Telling the Truth?”

  1. A Giant amongst political pygmies, quislings without exception.

    God bless Geert Wilders, keep him safe and hopefully others will
    Find the courage to speak up with him.

  2. I’m curious as to whether Wilders ever got any response from the jelly-backbone minister he was addressing.

  3. “The truth is no defence.” This confirmation that there is no freedom of speech was uttered, I think, in Canada, Australia, and the UK.

  4. And that man is supposed to be “far right”? He’s just saying what had been universally acknowledged only twentyfive years ago! By the way: How am I to call an adult man having sex with a nine year old girl? That’s what I would like to know.

  5. Geert Wilders’ image is engraved on my heart as the ideal of a courageous, freedom-loving PATRIOT! Whether or not the West ever shakes off the growing tumor of islam, I will always be gratefully inspired by Mr. Wilders’ example.

  6. The Europeans (Višegrad group not included) lack courage, patriotism and faith. Without these three we are damned. God help us!

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