I hope he does, and that he wins, and respect for the freedom of speech — and for the truth about the global jihad — wins out in Britain. “Geert Wilders to sue Jacqui Smith over decision to deport controversial film-maker,” by Joan Clements in the Telegraph, February 13 (thanks to Robert):
Dutch MP Geert Wilders is “seriously considering” taking steps to sue Jacqui Smith over her decision to ban the controversial film-maker from the UK.
The legal action would have the backing of the Dutch Government, in a move which could aggravate the diplomatic row over the ban between London and Amsterdam.
Mr Wilders said he was looking to take legal action against the Home Secretary for “blatant discrimination” in the High Court or International Court in the Hague.
The Dutch Politician and film maker was sent back to Holland on Thursday night after trying to enter Britain to show his anti Muslim film Fitna in the House of Lords.
Mr Wilders had been invited to Westminster by Ukip peer Lord Pearson to show is 17 minute film Fitna, which criticise the Koran as a “facist [sic] book”.
Mr Wilders is being encouraged to sue the Government by Maxime Verhagen, the Dutch foreign minister who is still furious with the Home Office’s decision.
He said he would back Wilders in a possible decision to bring a case against the British Government’s “disgraceful decision”.
Mr Verhagen said: “Everybody, but especially a Parliamentarian from an European Union member country, has the right to freedom of speech.”…
At least for now.