Wilders in Prison (4)
Today parliamentary chairman Weisglass heavily criticized responsible Justice minister Donner. He thinks that the letter he has sent to parliament is unacceptable. The letter was an answer to parliamentairy questions that came after Hirsi Ali gave an interview in which she explained that Wilders was kept in a prison cell. Chairman Weisglass now says he thinks the accusations in the letter are totally out of order and calls his reaction “small-minded”.
“For example, I am convinced that Wilders sleeps in a prison cell” Weisglass told in a interview. But in the letter Donner tried to make the prison cell sound like normal housing. Weisglass now: “To make all kind of accusations to these parliamentary members is I think very small-minded”.
Donner is not happy and questions if the parliamentary chair should act this way.
The big question is, will parliament act? How much more infractions to their sovereignty will they accept? Or better: what is the function of parliament any way?
Wilders in Prison (1)
Wilders in Prison (2)
Wilders in Prison (3)
Hirsi Ali released
Evidence of political intimidation
Donner: Wilders is safe if he stops
Wilders: Minister Donner lies
Democracy is DEAD
Where is (R) Hirsi Ali?
Warning for Wilders supporters
First Speech Geert Wilders
Bloggers comment on the affair:
Delfstman - "I was sickened by the thought ..."
National Review: The corner - "Grim news from Holland ..."
Blogs for Bush - "wages of cowardice ..."
Prairie Fire - "cowardly appeasement mentality ..."
VFR - "Freedom for Moslems means slavery for us"
MyBlog.de - "Eine unglaubliche Schande in Holland ..."
Livejournal Ruggels - "THis is just sad"
Gene Expression - Parliamentarians in prison = security?
Belmont Club - The World Turned Upside Down
Isaac Schrodinger - I'm not impressed with the Dutch gov.
Source: Telegraaf, Nu