Thursday, November 17, 2011

Dutch state taken to UN court of human rights over Wilders

This would be another case of Islamic law fare, except that the UN Court of Human Rights has no legal authority. Three nameless Dutch Moroccans have their panties in a twist because a court in the Netherlands found Geert Wilders not guilty of incitement to hatred. So of course these ungrateful immigrants to one of the most benign and politically correct countries in the world do what Muslims everywhere do, which is to whine and complain endlessly. Nothing is ever good enough for these scum so perhaps they should just exercise their freedom of travel and return to the pest hole of Morocco.


Dutch state taken to UN court of human rights over Wilders

Thursday 17 November 2011

Three Dutch Moroccans have made a complaint against the Netherlands to the UN court of human rights, claiming the Dutch state has not protected them from incitement to hatred instigated by Geert Wilders, Nos television reports.

The three, who are not named in the court filing, say the ‘systematic incitement to hatred and discrimination against Muslims and other migrants’ committed by Wilders has left them feeling ‘discriminated against, humiliated and threatened’.

‘They are of the opinion that Wilders by his continued hate speech has poisoned the social climate in the Netherlands that has become more and more anti-migrant and anti-Muslim,’ the statement says.

Wilders was taken to court for discrimination and inciting hatred last year but found not guilty this spring after the public prosecution department called for all charges to be dropped.


The reluctance of the public prosecutor to take action against Wilders meant the ‘judge [at that trial] was only provided with one-side of the legal argument due to the almost perfect harmony between the prosecution and defence,’ the UN court filing states.

The three say international human rights treaties should protect them against discrimination and the UN committee should ensure those treaties are upheld.

A UN human rights commission ruling, which can take years, is not legally binding, Nos says.

The full text of the filing (in English) can be read here