Geert’s The Bomb

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Kurt Westegaard got his original Bomb Muhammad cartoon removed from Fitna, and has drawn a  “tribute” to Geert Wilders (above).

Diana West,  citing this NIS story alerts us to the fact that,   

Wilders’ Party for Freedom (PVV) has the most loyal following of all political parties in the Lower House. He is also the leader who is the most highly valued by his voters, according to findings of pollster Maurice de Hond.  

On a scale of 1 to 10, PVV supporters give Wilders an 8.4. This makes their confidence in their leader clearly higher than for any other political leaders among their own supporters. Trends in recent weeks have only further boosted confidence in Wilders among the PVV following, said De Hond. He held the survey after last Thursday’s release of Wilders’ anti-Koran film “Fitna”. 

Andrew G. Bostom is the author of The Legacy of Jihad (Prometheus, 2005) and The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism ” (Prometheus, November, 2008)

You can contact Dr. Bostom at @andrewbostom.org

4 responses to “Geert’s The Bomb

  1. Happy to hear the Dutch folks like courage, too. Looks like the Fitna crisis will prove that fortune favors the bold…

  2. I frankly don’t understand what is Westergaards message in drawing this cartoon. Apparently it is not a tribute to Geert Wilders, but a “tribute” (within inverted comma’s).

  3. Don’t why the cartoonist made such a stink about his drawing…since it was put to such a noble use.

    Mr Wilders you are my hero…

  4. Barbara posted: Don’t why the cartoonist made such a stink about his drawing…since it was put to such a noble us.

    Exactly! If copyright is the excuse, then frankly it is pathetic.