Fitna the movie

Here is the movie that Network Solutions, the domain company, banned from being shown on the Internet. Warning: if you have a weak stomach, don't watch. Propaganda or truth? You decide. It depicts Islam as a murderous religion seeking world domination.

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First Reactions to Dutch Anti-Quran Film Are Muted

Thursday, March 27, 2008

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands — Is this all? That has been the general reaction to "Fitna,' the anti-Koran film by Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders.,2933,342470,00.html

If you're here to tell me it's my fault - you're right. I meant to do it. It was alot of fun. That's why I have this happy smile on my face.
The party politics, kinda remind some what of the past in Europe.
"The Party for Freedom combines economic liberalism with a conservative programme towards immigration and culture. The party seeks tax cuts (€16 billion in the 2006 election programme), de-centralization, abolishment of the minimum wage, limiting of child benefits and government subsidies. Towards immigration and culture, the party believes that the Judeo-Christian and humanist traditions should be treated as the dominant culture in the Netherlands, and that immigrants should adapt accordingly. The party wants a halt to immigration from non-western countries. It is skeptical towards the EU project, is against future EU enlargement with countries like Turkey and opposes the presence of Islam in the Netherlands. The party is also opposed to dual citizenship (see below)."

This site has been suspended while Network Solutions is investigating whether the site's content is in violation of the Network Solutions Acceptable Use Policy. Network Solutions has received a number of complaints regarding this site that are under investigation.

Network Solutions seems to be acting as a free speech censor here. This is before the site was even activated, but the action was based upon hearsay about the contents of the film.

Or the lawmakers stated position and past expressions about races and religions not his own or that of his party and his parties intended goal.
"In a statement sent via e-mail, Network Solutions said that it was investigating a number of complaints that the Web site may have violated its guidelines on hate language. Network Solutions' acceptable use policy say that the company bans content "that is obscene, defamatory, libelous, unlawful, harassing, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, constitutes an illegal threat, violates export control laws, hate propaganda, fraudulent material or fraudulent activity, invasive of privacy or publicity rights, profane, indecent or otherwise objectionable material of any kind or nature."
According to published reports, Wilders has said the 15-minute film describes Islam as "the enemy of freedom." Muslims in a number of countries have protested the release of the movie, and there are fears that, if released, the film could spark more protests."

"The World's Gerry Hadden reports on a
controversial Dutch film critical of Islam -- and the reaction to it.
Muslims in some countries have condemned the film. But in Europe
itself, reaction from Muslim communities has been measured. Some say
that's a sign that inter-religious dialogue is making progress in


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If you didn't watch the movie, don't bother to click on the citation. The movie has been removed. Apparently, the crew at was threatened with death and mayhem and removed the film. Free speech loses again.

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