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Discussion in 'World Politics' started by HankHill, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. HankHill

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    I can however plays devil advocate and say " Why is a politician making such contraversial films anyways? "

    If these views were widely held by most of the dutch community, then I could see a policitian stepping in to make a " public service announcement " in regards to islamic religous practices. However, it's a touchy subject... one that should have been handed off to a cohoert to make..

    Once the film started gaining attention publically,... the politicain could have made a stand pointing out historical evidence of what happens when general democratic nations become swarmed with islamic religous sects trying to gain control of the government
    (( Or does the Shara Law's in England not sit uneasy with anyone else? ))

    Needless to say... as a public figure I could see this condemed,... however as far as free speech.. I feel he was in his right.. He screwed up by attaching his administration with the film.
     
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