Muslim Politicians Ban Geert Wilders From Visiting House of Lords

British Muslim politicians were successful in banning Geert Wilders from visiting the House of Lords and showing his anti-Koran movie to a group of politicians.
Here is the Fitna movie that Muslims do not want you to see:
(9 minutes 54 seconds)

Thomas Landen at The Brussels Journal reported:

A member of the Lords intended to invite her colleagues to a private meeting in a conference room in the House of Lords to meet the Dutch politician Geert Wilders, an elected member of the Dutch parliament, to watch his controversial movie Fitna and discuss the movie and Mr. Wilders’ opinions with him.

Barely had the invitation been sent to all the members of the House when Lord Ahmed raised hell. He threatened to mobilize 10,000 Muslims to prevent Mr. Wilders from entering the House and threatened to take the colleague who was organizing the event to court. The result is that the event, which should have taken place next Thursday was cancelled.

Lord Ahmed immediately went to the Pakistani press to boast about his achievement, which he calls “a victory for the Muslim community.”

A victory for the Muslim community, but a defeat for British democracy where topics to which Muslims object cannot even be debated. That, apparently, is what one gets when one accepts Muslims into the House of Lords.

Geert Wilders released the following statement in response to the actions by the House of Lords:

“This is very sad. It is yet more evidence that Europe is losing its freedom and bowing to Islamic pressure and protest.”

Wilders will be put on trial in the Netherlands for making anti-Islamic statements.

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