Friday, February 13, 2009

Geert Wilders Discussed by Two Members of the House of Lords

I am going to assume my readers are familiar with Wilders' case. He has not been allowed to enter England in spite of having been invited there to speak to the House of Lords. Is the main issue here freedom of speech? My feeling is that for those opposing Wilders the main issue IS freedom of speech. But they are opposed to that freedom but generally have enough good sense to not outright say so. Am I missing something? Do any readers see some other explanation?

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