I realize Geert Wilders is just thumbing his nose at the Islamists and all the rest of his critics about his upcoming movie Fitna. But I'm beginning to get a little impatient here.
We've been hearing about this for a couple of months now, and his tease is starting to get on my nerves. Today we see the website that will purportedly show the film is up and running, but all it shows is the cover of the Koran with the text "Allahu Akhbar". Curiously, this site announcing it removed the link. Probably getting death threats already.
You have an entire country already quivering in fear of the headchoppers, but they still want to see it.
A majority of Dutch people want an anti-Koran film made by a politician to be broadcast even though they fear it will stoke tension with Muslims and harm relations with Arab countries, a poll showed on Wednesday.Let's stop the slow tease and show it.
A newspaper reported on Monday that the Dutch government is looking into whether it could ban the film by right-wing lawmaker Geert Wilders, who has likened the Koran to Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf, but given few details about his movie.
He has also called the Koran a "fascist" book that incites violence and said it should be banned.