Thursday, February 12, 2009

Wilder Geese Chase

In order to prevent violent people from inflicting violence, controversial MP Wilder Geert has been chased out of the country. BBC link. Other bad foreigners who are to be banned from UK entry in similar legislation:

1. PJ O'Rourke. His book was known to cause extreme offence to all devotees of the lord David Icke. He won't be allowed any nearer than Lizard Point.

2. Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin. Controversial astronaut. It is rumoured that he has evidence that the earth is round. This has caused extreme offence to the National Flat Earth Society, and he will be stopped at all ports.

3. John Barrowman. Apparently he is gay. There must be some religious people who find this deeply offensive.

4. Daniel Dennett. He writes books that are a bit complicated. This is deliberate provocation of the large and respected national society of idiots.

5. Raymond Blanc. In an act of deliberate provocation to followers of the holy Brian, he publicly humiliated (and ate) a snail. Sick. And sacrilege.

These people are dangerous. Foreign Secretary David Willi-banned said: "We have profound commitment to freedom of speech, but we are also bloody scared."


Anonymous said...

It's absolute madness that this MP has been refused entry to the UK. Despite the fact that it's against EU law (i think?) and he's an elected MP, he's just speaking his mind.

If you agree or disagree with his film and his thoughts, then fair enough. But all this does is encourage people to investigate and watch his film on you tube etc. From what I can tell it's about 100,000 views in last few days. And it's been caused by the British Government that didn't want it to be heard by 5 members of the House of Lords. So they've given it maximum publicity instead.

Mr. Geert must be laughing his socks off.

An extremist who is unknown (he was) is not a threat. An extremist who is known (he is now) is a threat.

The closest thing the UK has to a lunatic asylum is based in Westminster, London.

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Rana said...

Regardless of his other dubious views and publicity stunts, in this particular case, the MP appears to be merely pointing out that some verses of that book have been explicitly used to justify violence and murder.

Pointing that out is not "extremist" it is factual.

I tried to make the point funny, but these people are sick.