"While dictators rage and statesmen talk, all Europe dances — to The Lambeth Walk."

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Geert Wilders to be Banned from Britain?

Today, we have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that, contrary to the belief of millions in the Third World and Britain, we actually do have some immigration laws after all.

Sadly, it doesn't quite make up for the bad news; Geert Wilders has been asked not to come to the UK to screen Fitna on Thursday, due to 'internal security concerns'. Here is a link to the actual letter sent from the 'UK Border Agency' to Mr Wilders, courtesy of Gates of Vienna.

It's a shame we never had those security concerns when the government invited hundreds of thousands of Muslim immigrants against the will of the public...

But in any case, Mr Wilders says he will still come. Will the authorities have the gall to arrest him at the airport? That will undoubtedly delight many European Muslims and leftists, but it will also draw worldwide attention to Mr Wilders, his cause, and just how weak and feeble the British government has become, as well as making us an international laughing stock.

What also amuses and infuriates me is the government generally pleads impotence on all EU related matters; suddenly they have the confidence to talk of barring or arresting an elected MP from another EU nation, despite the protests of that nation's government. If I was a cynic, I'd find that a little suspicious.

If you are against this purely political, cowardly act, I would respectfully urge you to do any or all of the following:

You can write to Irving Jones, the flunky who sent the letter to Mr Wilders on behalf of the Secretary of State, at:

UK Border Agency,
Border Control CSU,
2nd Floor, Green Park House,
Wellesley Road,

You can write to Foreign Secretary David Miliband, the minister behind this decision, at:

The Rt. Hon. David Miliband MP
Ede House
143 Westoe Road
South Shields
NE33 3PD


The Rt. Hon. David Miliband MP
Foreign & Commonwealth Office
King Charles Street


You might also consider:

The Rt. Hon. Gordon Brown PM
10 Downing Street,

If enough people protest, it might give them an idea of the strength of feeling over this, and they might prevent the British people and nation being embarrassed even further than they have been already.

For once in my life, I find myself crossing my fingers that someone will invoke the protection of the ubiquitous European Human Rights Act. However, as Mr Wilders is not a convicted criminal, an illegal immigrant or an Imam, I don't hold out much hope for his cause.

Perhaps he should compromise and agree to stick to actions which are slightly less controversial whilst here, like attacking the police or screaming for the next Holocaust. It works for some people.

It seems Home Secretary Jacqui Smith had a role to play in this decision. It's best that foreign nationals write to Mr Miliband, as he is the representative of Her Majesty's Government abroad, but if you would like to write to Ms. Smith her address is:

The Rt. Hon. Jacqui Smith MP
Home Office
Direct Communications Unit
2 Marsham Street


Anonymous said...

> You can write to Irving Jones
> You can write to Foreign Secretary David Miliband,

Ok, i COULD write.
But write what to say what ?
Most of the people reading "you can write" will NOT write, because they do not know WHAT to write.
If they had YOUR ability to write, and time, they would have their own blog and an article to support wilders.
Fact is that MOST of your readers DO NOT have any blog, meaning that they DO NOT have either the ability to write nore the time to write, or both.
That's why they come to YOUR blog to read YOUR words.

BUT THEY HAVE A PRINTER along with the ability to print YOUR words (= your article), and time to do it because printing a page is just a question of SECONDS.

BE REALISTIC AND EFFICIENT, apply the SITAmnesty method : just add the following paragraph below at the end of your article to turn ALL your readers into people able to send a letter. Those able to send their own letter with their own words will do it anyway.

Paragraph to be added to your article :

If you do not have time to write your own letter with your own words, just print this article (directly from your internet navigator : File > Print) and use it as the letter.
A stamp allows to send two sheets of paper : you can send some information in addition, for example :
- the letter to mankind from Ali Sina : http://www.faithfreedom.org/oped/sina40908.htm
- a few cartoons worth a thousand words, for example a selection from the cartoons of belgium Steph Bergol : http://www.coranix.org/stephbergol
- the comparison between Geert Wilders and Winston Churchill : http://tinyurl.com/CBBMQ6

The Venerable 1st Earl of Cromer said...

A point well and forcefully made. I have posted a draft letter anyone is free to copy and print.

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