Thursday, July 10, 2008

Psy-Ops apps: Bilderberg group

»Alles, was wir benötigen, ist die eine, richtig große Krise, und die Nationen werden die Neue Weltordnung akzeptieren.« Bilderberger David Rockefeller am 23.09.1994 vor dem US Business Council, f.i. 911 event used for "the long war" ? wenselijkheid van transparantie over de herkomst van ideeën die opinieleiders uitventen na afloop van een Bilderberg-conferentie

56ste Bilderbergconferentie onderwerpen? en deelnemers "ter inzage gelegd" Centraal Informatiepunt Tweede Kamer bron: SP kamervragen Bilderberg*;
NLD Netherlands, H.M. the Queen of the
NLD Orange, H.R.H. the Prince of
NLD Timmermans, Frans Minister of European Affairs
NLD Goddijn, Harold CEO TomTom
INT Kroes, Neelie Commissioner, European Commission
NLD Halberstadt, Victor Prof. of Eco. Leiden Uni. Former Hon Secr. gen of Bilderberger Meetings
NLD Balkenende, Jan Peter Prime Minister

participanten als US-mediatrained Balkenende (ex Ned. Christelijke Radio Ver.) and 120 or so billionaires, bankers, politicians, industrialists, scholars, government officials, influentials from labor and education, and journalists assemble to discuss world affairs in private.

2008, 56th Bilderberg meeting at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly June 5-8, Va., seven miles from Washington Dulles Int. Airport.
1978, The Associated Press sent a reporter to cover the '78 Bilderberger session in Princeton, N.J., but all he filed was a scene piece describing “men in gray suits and sunglasses” chasing him away from the “off limits” grounds...

Mediacontrol by Psy-Ops in Dutch newspaper, Trouw, 21 February 2000
The formation of the American wing of Bilderberg was entrusted to (Gen.) Eisenhower's psychological warfare co-ordinator, C.D. Jackson, and the funding for the first meeting, held at the Hotel de Bilderberg in Holland in 1954, was provided by the Central Intelligence Agency.
American psyops troops try with a variety of techniques to influence media and public opinion;
1. U.S. Army 'Psyops' Specialists worked for CNN

No verification Bilderberg misinformation possible
"When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule*,
participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed"
* providing anonymity to speakers and to encourage openness and the sharing of information.

February 21, 2000
CNN had militairen in dienst ; Kosovo
SECTION: Buitenland; Pg. 5

De Amerikaanse zender CNN heeft vorig jaar korte tijd militairen in dienst gehad die zijn gespecialiseerd in 'psychologische operaties' (psyops). Een woordvoerder van het Amerikaanse leger heeft dit tegenover Trouw bevestigd. De militairen hebben mogelijk invloed gehad op het nieuws

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Hirsi Ali: premier speelt met macht

nos journaal:
Ex Kamerlid Hirsi Ali verwijt premier Balkenende dat hij een systematische campagne voert tegen de vrijheid van meningsuiting। Ze vindt ook dat hij en andere CDA ministers "spelen met staatsmacht" om elk kritisch debat over de islam te onderdrukkenBron: interview ANP.
Hirsi Ali duidt onder meer op de inval in het huis van Gregorius Nekschot en op de, in haar ogen, gebrekkige beveiliging van voormalig PvdA-raadslid Ehsan Jami.

Hirsi Ali presenteert vandaag een किन्देर्बोएक Daarin sluiten een Marokkaanse jongen en een joods meisje vriendschap.
Ze worden daarom door hun omgeving verstoten.

zie KN 21:Kijk hoe het Hirsi Ali is vergaan

...zeldzamer is dat het ook nog een intelligent en geletterd persoon is. De Gaulle was iemand als Churchill, iemand uit een andere tijd.”

Zulke mensen ziet u niet meer?
(zeer sarcastisch) “Do you? U wel dan? Natuurlijk maakt nu en dan iemand indruk door zijn overtuigingen of deugden. Vaclav Havel bijvoorbeeld. Overigens moet ik ook Hirsi Ali noemen. Haar deugden en overtuigingen geven haar een politieke identiteit waar niemand in Nederland aan kan tippen.”

U weet hoe het haar hier is vergaan?
“Natuurlijk. Dat is wat met dit soort charismatische mensen gebeurt.”

Friday, May 16, 2008

Spectator: Britain needs US-style think tanks to counter the Left’s grip on universities

starquoted American presidential speechwriter David Frum explaining how the term axis of evil came about. Frum was called in by the chief speechwriter and asked: "Can you sum up in a sentence or two our best case for going after Iraq?" Frum said later: "I was to provide a justification for a war."

He first called Iraq part of an "axis of hatred" and, later, this became "axis of evil". As Time magazine says, this became the defining phrase of a presidency. It has been the phrase used by US President George W Bush to justify the invasion of Iraq.

नेक्स्ट by Anthony ब्रोवं विया tpa

It wasn’t the television studios, or the boss’s office the size of an Olympic swimming pool. It wasn’t the auditorium for 200 people, or the ten-storey-high purpose-built building with a two-storey atrium. It wasn’t the overseas offices in Oman and Beijing, the staff of 400, the oak-panelled corridors, or the oil paintings lining the walls numerous enough to set up an art gallery. It wasn’t the $300 million endowment, or the ability to raise $2.3 million from a single fundraising dinner (with tables going for $75,000 a time). It wasn’t the fact that my meeting with one institute’s president was delayed because a real president — of Panama — had dropped by, squeezed in between a former president of Indonesia and the supreme allied commander of NATO.

No, what really brought home to me the gaping difference between American and British think tanks last week was bumping into David Frum, George Bush’s former speechwriter, in the lift of the American Enterprise Institute, in whose waitress-service canteen I had just dined sitting next to Paul Wolfowitz, the former head of the World Bank. Other think-tank colleagues there include John Bolton, the US ambassador to the United Nations, and Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the enormously courageous Somali-born apostate and former Dutch politician. In Britain, top policy thinkers choose to work in universities; in the US they choose to work in think tanks. ‘Think tanks are more important than universities now,’ Frum told me, without a hint of immodesty. Even though I lead Policy Exchange, Britain’s (and arguably Europe’s) largest centre-right think tank, I wouldn’t dare to claim we are more important than a university.

In a whirlwind tour of US think tanks last week, I tried to find the reasons — beyond the US’s obvious size and wealth — for the differences between their think tanks and ours. American think tanks, such as the Brookings Institute, the Heritage Foundation, the Hudson Institute or Cato, are major institutions that bestride the political and media scene whether the political weather is favourable or not. And those are just a few of the Washington ones — there are dozens more where they come from, plus a plethora of smaller think tanks in pretty much all the state capitals. An annual two-day convention for think-tank leaders (last held in Atlanta a few weeks ago) attracts over 700 people. The plush personal offices of US think-tank presidents ooze power and prestige as much as the offices of leading politicians.

British think tanks, by contrast, generally eke out a subsistence existence in pokey offices, living hand to mouth, never quite sure not just what the future holds, but where the next pound is coming from. Rather than being permanent institutions, they are generally very ephemeral, prisoners of political fashion, enjoying 15 minutes of fame before sliding into irrelevance and obscurity, kept going by the warming memories of glories past. On the right, the Institute of Economic Affairs, the Centre for Policy Studies and the Adam Smith Institute, which did such a remarkable job saving Britain from its 1970s self, have all seen busier times. The Blairite Institute for Public Policy Research is beset by rumours of its decline now that its patron is no longer in Number 10; the once über-hip Cool Britannia-creating Demos just announced that it won’t be doing any events at the party conferences this autumn because it is too costly. Only our venerable empire-era foreign policy think tanks — the Royal Institute for International Affairs, the Royal United Services Institute and the International Institute for Strategic Studies — have broken out of the cycle, ploughing a relatively lucrative furrow advising governments.

America has a more advanced culture of philanthropy than the UK (like the main think tanks in the UK, those in Washington are generally charities relying on personal donations). But in the US there is a breed of ‘policy philanthropists’ who give vast amounts of money to promote ideas, believing that changing the nation’s ideas and policies has a bigger impact than funding a community project. Indeed, the creedal nation, united by a belief in freedom rather than by ethnicity, seems to have a great belief in the power of ideas to shape the future, reflected in their astonishingly vigorous factual literature.

It isn’t just major American donors who believe in ideas. The Heritage Foundation (patron: Baroness Thatcher), the largest conservative think tank, has a staggering 335,000 individual donors, many of which give under a $100 a year, and has a target of 1 million — one in 300 Americans. It attracts support by campaigning vigorously for conservative values and policies, as well as coming up with new conservative ideas. The American political system, with its greater checks and balances, is also more open to lobbying — for ideas or special interests — than Britain’s elective dictatorship.

Like much of the US non-profit sector, the Washington think tanks are extremely professional compared to their British cousins. They can afford to buy in the best in the business, having teams of professional fundraisers running astonishingly slick direct-mail campaigns and putting on gala dinners across that continental nation, eliciting support through an irresistible barrage of newsletters, pamphlets and advertisements.

Their more professional business models have given US think tanks extraordinary financial security. The Heritage has an income of $60 million, nearly 20 times as much as the largest centre-right British one (Policy Exchange). All the main US think tanks have major endowments (the AEI has $60 million, the Brookings $300 million), meaning they can more effectively plan ahead. The libertarian Cato Institute has already built its own building, while the AEI (‘a university without students’) is planning to do so.

The big question, of course, is whether any of this matters. It does if you believe that policy making is too important to be left to government-paid policy makers. And also if you are right of centre. Political parties, engaged in hand-to-hand combat with their opponents, and necessarily obsessed with day-to-day headlines, are generally incapable of long-term serious thought. Universities are pretty much monopolised by the Left, and seem to rejoice in their lack of real-world impact. A whole raft of lobby groups from Liberty to Refugee Action to the Child Poverty Action Group get endless free BBC airtime promoting pretty uniformly left-wing viewpoints.

A new generation of centre-right think tanks, such as Policy Exchange, the TaxPayers’ Alliance and the Centre for Social Justice, are currently thriving with the political momentum in our direction. But to stay relevant and vibrant, conservative thinking needs to be sustained throughout the political cycle: the case for conservatism needs to be made strongest when conservatism is least fashionable.

In the US, the flourishing centre-right think tanks have helped push the whole political centre of gravity way to the right of that of the UK. The AEI is (in)famous for promoting the invasion of Iraq, while Heritage has kept social conservatism and the importance of religion high on the policy agenda. Cato has helped mute the siren calls of protectionism.

Those on the right of centre in Britain often complain that the Left has been far better at promoting its ideas, while commentators often complain about the shallow state of debate in Britain. But with such a weakened ideas industry, it’s no surprise that our ideas aren’t thriving. It would be far healthier for democracy and debate in Britain if our ideas industry managed to step up to the American level.

Anthony Browne Is Director Of Policy Exchange.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

The picture of the year a century ago: the Maid of Orleans

a being so uplifted from the ordinary run of mankind that she finds no equal in a thousand years ... she embodied the natural goodness and valour of the human race in an unexampled perfection

22--the illustrated london news christmas nummer, 1958.--23
Paris Musee d'Art Moderne, 6 ft. high and 11 ft. wide.

The picture of the year half a century ago: Frank Graigs's moving masterpiece of France's national heroine -the meid of Orleans- riding into battle.

In 1907 just 13 years before the Maid was canonised as St. Jeanne d'Arc the picture of the year at the Summer Exhibition of the Royal Academy in Londen was the couourfull masterpeice of Frank Graig's (1874-1918) entitled "the Maid", with her banner of snow has long provided inspiration for poets, writers and artists.

Bernard Shaw said, She is the most notable Warrior Saint in the christelijke calender and the queerest fish among the eccentric worthies of the Middle Ages.

Babelfish Sir Winston Churchill has described her a

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Islam in Europe: Netherlands: Wilders film roundup

There have been reports from Dutch embassies in Muslim countries saying that things might get critical. The Dutch embassies have warned their citizens of possible negative reactions. Besides threats from the Muslim sector, speculations about its incendiary contents are already making the rounds. Wilders is already being accused of tearing up the Koran in the film.

Bron: Islam in Europe: Netherlands: Wilders film roundup

UPDATE: taken off the network due to complains, provider investigating solutions

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Dante: inferno canto XXVIII ventottesimo

From Ninth Hell or Inferno Dante movie like Dore gravures, music quite impressing।

vedi come storpiato è Maometto!
Dinanzi a me sen va piangendo Alì,
fesso nel volto dal mento al ciuffetto।

Western literature and art have portrayed Mohammed in Hell;

with his four wifes tearing him apart to get him to preform his marital duties, like the crusified profeet with no feet to walk elsewhere.

... in Hell, following the example of Dante Aligheiri (1265 - 1321) and his book "The Divine Comedy." In the section entitled "Inferno" (Canto 28), Dante wrote:

"A cask by losing center-piece or cant

Was never shattered so, as I saw one

Rent from the chin to where one breaketh wind.

Between his legs were hanging down his entrails;

His heart was visible, and the dismal sack

That maketh excrement of what is eaten. che merda fa di quel che si trangugia

While I was all absorbed in seeing him,

He looked at me, and opened with his hands

His bosom, saying: "See now how I rend me;

How mutilated, see, is Mahomet; vedi come storpiato e Maometto

In front of me doth Ali weeping go, Dinazi a me sen va piagendo Ali,

Cleft in the face from forelock unto chin; fesso nel volto dal mento al ciuffetto

And all the others whom thou here beholdest,

Disseminators of scandal and of schism

While living were, and therefore are cleft thus."

This image of a disemboweled Mohammed inspired 19th Century artist Gustav Doré to produce an illustration for Dante's work that still has a power to shock. It can be seen here. Artist and mystic William Blake depicted the same scene in a watercolor entitled "The Schismatics and Sowers of Discord: Mahomet." Since 1920, this painting has been housed in the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia.

Salvador Dali depicted Mohammed in Hell in a bizarre illustration for Dante's masterwork, which was distributed in Paris by publishers Les Heures Claires in 1959. Dali also portrayed Mohammed receiving his visions in a work from 1963.

In 1911, Italian movie director Francesco Bertolini created an epic movie based on Dante's work. Entitled "L'Inferno", it features a naked Mohammed, with his modesty covered by his hanging guts. The movie can be viewed in its entirety here.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Wikipedia defies 180K demands to remove images of the Prophet

C'est ne pas un Prophet;

C'est le nouveux Prince de France, le Roi de Eurabia!
et tout les Eurabians et Eurabinennes ...
et son beebee-tsunami euromusulmania

Wikipedia, the free online encyclopaedia, is refusing to remove medieval artistic depictions of the Prophet Muhammad, despite being flooded with complaints from Muslims demanding the images be deleted.

More than 180,000 worldwide have joined an online protest claiming the images ...

Project Gutenberg: EBook of Mohammedanism, by C. Snouck Hurgronje

Voltaire did not write his tragedy _Mahomet ou le fanatisme_ as a historical study; he was aware that his fiction was in many respects at variance with history. In writing his work he was, as he himself expresses it, inspired by

"l'amour du genre humain et l'horreur du fanatisme."

He wanted to put before the public an armed Tartufe and thought he might lay the part upon Mohammed, for, says he, "is not the man, who makes war against his own country and dares to do it in the name of God, capable of any ill?" The dislike that Voltaire had conceived for the Qorân from a superficial acquaintance with it,

"ce livre inintelligible qui fait frémir le sens commun à chaque page,"

probably increased his unfavourable opinion, but the principal motive of his choice of a representative must have been that the general public still regarded Mohammed as the incarnation of fanaticism and priestcraft.


Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Politics: Hobby for multi-millionairs

Politics: Hobby for multimillionairs djin-owners and their dark satanic overlords;

Cost of US elections; Obama 197.000.000, Clinton 174.000.000 ( end march 2008 )

" Niet sedert de leeuwen slaven aan parten rijten voor 't pezier van het Romeinse pleps was Europa getuige van een schouwspel zo ongepast als het verschijnen van Hirsi Ali voor het EP. Voor het oog der wereld smeekt een vooraanstaand ingezetene van Nederland de wetgeving van Europa om haar te vrijwaaren van assasijnen wier verklaard
doel de verwoesting van Europeese vrijheden alsook haar beschaving is"

Source: Blessed are the pre-emptors
By Spengler -

One might describe Europe’s civil condition as a low-intensity civil war. Outright violence is limited to the sort of rioting by Muslim youth gangs that erupted in France in October 2006, and on a smaller scale in Denmark during the past week. But the threat of violence, including widespread intimidation of public figures, is continuous. Wilders lives under constant police protection. The courageous Ayaan Hirsi Ali, co-maker of the film that cost Theo van Gogh his life in 2004 and the author of a bestselling tract against Islam, remains in constant danger of assassination. Her predicament sets in relief the moral bankruptcy of Europe’s governments.

Not since lions tore apart slaves for the prurient enjoyment of the Roman mob has Europe witnessed a spectacle as revolting as Hirsi Ali’s appearance last week before the European Parliament. She has lived under guard since Theo van Gogh’s murder in 2004. To its shame, the Dutch government has stopped paying for her security. On February 14 she asked the European Parliament to fund her security, saying: "The threats to my life have not subsided and the cost is beyond anything I can pay ... I find myself in a very desperate position. I don't want to die. I want to live and I love life. I'm going to do anything legal to get help."

Before the eyes of the world, a leading citizen of the Netherlands begs the legislature of Europe to protect her against assassins whose declared goal is the destruction of Europe’s liberties as well as its civilization. The Dutch government turns its back. Europe’s Parliament listens politely and refers the matter to committee. A group of French members of parliament has invited her to apply for French citizenship so that the French government might offer her protection.

Thus far, the authorities of Europe have made clear that they will do nothing to prevent the murder of a prominent citizen. If Ayaan Hirsi Ali, whose plea to the European Parliament made headlines, can expect no help from the authorities when her life is at imminent risk, what succor can the anonymous victims of Islamist violence expect?

I am ashamed to say that it did not become clear to me that Wilders has taken the only appropriate course of action until I read carefully the Archbishop of Canterbury’s now-infamous "sharia" speech. Stripped of casuistry, he proposed that Muslim women subject to forced marriages, genital mutilation, or domestic violence should be handed over to Muslim religious courts, rather than be offered the protection of English Common Law. To my knowledge, this is the first time that one of Europe’s spiritual leaders has proposed to abandon innocent victims to their fate.

Archbishop Dr Rowan Williams, to be sure, has a point. But he should have stated plainly what he really thinks. What he wanted to say is more or less: "To protect a few hundred or a few thousand colored ladies, the English state will have to put its big boots on, kick down the doors of Muslim homes, trample through Muslim living rooms, tear up the fabric of Muslim communities, and disrupt the social order. Why not turn such cases over to religious courts and wash our hands of them?" I reiterate: this is satanic hypocrisy.

If decent and well-meaning men like Dr Williams are so afraid of communal violence as to abandon the founding principles of common law and Judeo-Christian ethics, it is long past time to debate the fine points. Blessed are the pre-emptors, for they will get on with it.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Voltaire écrit Neerlandaise

26 juni 1743 a Pieter Anthony de Huybert n.a.v. vertaling lofdicht Voltaire op Friese politicus Willem van Haren.Voltaire scheef Nederlands: Mijnheer
Uwe vertaalling is better dan de andere ..
maar ge had daar van de recht copy niet .
IK heb de eer van ze u te senden .

u aenmerking op den onderdaen die zich met omzichtigheid?
moet gedragen, is al te waragtig ( waarachtig )

Bron: Spiegel Historiael weet niet dat neet, nu net, Fries voor niet is en rekent zulks als spelfout aan "vol spelfouten ... neet voor niet" maar daar moet zeker alleen Geschiedenis voor gedaan hebben ...
Daar komt bij dat de Friese ministers tijdens het Ver. Kon. der Ned. niet alleen in Brussel gewoon Frans spraken. In Pruisen ook.

Voltaire: la Pucelle d'Orléans

In 1750, Voltaire went to Potsdam to serve Frederick the Great as a court poet and philosopher. He spent three years there, writing and antagonizing the king, and again left on poor terms.
By this time, Voltaire was extremely rich, through speculation and bought a chateau in Geneva.

It was at the chateau he named “Les Delices” that he wrote the work he is most famous for, Candide. The local government did not like his presence, so in 1759 he purchased a huge estate close to the French border called Ferney.

Voltaire could now afford to write and concentrate on his passion, attacking Christianity. He considered Christianity to be very detrimental, and wrote many treatises, books, poems, and plays to that effect. He also wrote what many consider to be his best work Philosophical Dictionary. This work, like many of his others, was publicly burned and banned in many areas.

Voltaire returned briefly to Paris in 1778, but due to the trip he died at the age of 84 on May 30.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali, ma sœur

Pour Chahdortt Djavann, écrivain*, «des femmes comme Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Taslima Nasreen, moi et bien d'autres, mesurons et apprécions la valeur de la laïcité encore plus que ceux qui en ont bénéficié dès leur naissance».
" Je propose que l'Union européenne reconnaisse la fatwa (incitation au meurtre) comme un acte criminel et engage des poursuites internationales contre ceux qui décrètent des fatwas. "
Source Le Figaro - Debats

Ayaan Hirsi Ali fut une des premières femmes d'origine musulmane, sinon la première, qui a défendu ma position sur le voile islamique en 2003. Je fus pour ma part une des premières femmes d'origine musulmane à la défendre sans aucune réserve après l'assassinat de Theo Van Gogh. Elle est pour moi une âme sœur, une compagne intellectuelle. C'est normal, nous sommes toutes les deux d'origine musulmane et toutes les deux nous défendons le droit de critiquer l'islam et ses dogmes. Nous sommes, aux yeux des musulmans croyants, des apostats. À plusieurs reprises, lorsque la possibilité m'en a été donnée, j'ai dit clairement et publiquement ce que je pensais des menaces des extrémistes musulmans, aussi bien lors de la loi contre les signes religieux à l'école que dans l'affaire des caricatures de Mahomet ou des fatwas prononcées contre des individus d'origine musulmane ou non. Je pense que nous sommes face à une épreuve importante. Il relève de la responsabilité de la France de se mettre en avant et de pousser l'Union européenne à défendre et à protéger Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

Je propose que l'Union européenne reconnaisse la fatwa (incitation au meurtre) comme un acte criminel et engage des poursuites internationales contre ceux qui décrètent des fatwas. Le droit de critiquer les religions et leurs dogmes est un droit essentiel, indispensable à l'existence de la démocratie. Des femmes comme Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Taslima Nasreen, moi et bien d'autres mesurons et apprécions la valeur de la laïcité encore plus que ceux qui en ont bénéficié dès leur naissance. La défense d'Ayaan Hirsi Ali est l'affaire des démocraties européennes, mais elle est avant tout l'affaire des intellectuels d'origine musulmane, hommes ou femmes, qui, comme elle, ont eu l'audace, au risque de leur vie, de critiquer l'islam et ses dogmes. Sa sécurité est leur sécurité.
N'oublions pas que le premier à lancer une fatwa contre Salman Rushdie fut Khomeyni, le guide de la révolution iranienne, préalablement accueilli et protégé par la France. Du fait de cette erreur historique et politique, la France a une responsabilité particulière : elle a le devoir de défendre et de protéger les victimes des fatwas. Il appartient à la France de prouver que, au-delà du clivage politique gauche-droite, elle reste la patrie des droits de l'homme.

* Auteur de À mon corps défendant, l'Occident (Flammarion) et de Bas les voiles (Gallimard).

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

les écrivains Frisons au secourt de Mme Ayaan H. Ali

Le cabinet Neerlandaise ne veux pas payer
et les écrivains Frisons protester serraient
dans Iepen brief - lettre ouvert de Frisons
écrivains publice par Leeuwarder Courant;

21 Schrijvers op bres voor Ayaan Hirsi Ali;
It Nederlânske kabinet hat besletten om
de befeiliging fan Ayaan Hirsi Ali op 1 okt.
ober 2007 net mear te bekostigjen.

Texte complement sur

Mei dit brief wolle wy, Fryske skriuwers, mei klam tsjin dit beslút protestearje.

Wy fine it beslút yn it foarste plak ûnakseptabel omdat it kabinet in Nederlânske steatsboarger, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, op dizze wize ûnnedich grut gefaar rinne lit. Ayaan Hirsi Ali is in frou mei in miening. Dy miening hat se troch de jierren hinne tige kenber makke. Dêr kin men it mei iens wêze of net; dat is de frijheid dy’t elkenien hat. Sa’t Hirsi Ali it rjocht hat om harsels te uterjen. Fanwegen har frijmoedige krityk op religieuze slettenens is hja al faak bedrige. Dat sokke drigementen ferskriklike gefolgen hawwe kinne, bewiist de dea fan skriuwer en filmer Theo van Gogh.

Mar wy fine it beslút ek ûnakseptabel omdat it gefal Ayaan Hirsi Ali op sa’n eksimplaryske wize it rjocht op frije mieningsutering fertsjintwurdiget, ien fan de kearnwearden fan in frije, demokratyske maatskippij. De oerheid fan in frije demokrasy hat de plicht om noed te stean fan de ferkundigers en ferdigeners fan it frije wurd: keunstners, opinymakkers; elkenien dy’t him yn de iepenbierens uteret. As it Nederlânske kabinet de befeiliging fan Hirsi Ali net mear bekostigje wol, jout it in ferkeard sinjaal ôf en ûndergraaft it de demokrasy.

Wy roppe it kabinet dan ek op om syn ferantwurding te nimmen en wer jild frij te meitsjen om Ayaan Hirsi Ali de beskerming te jaan dy’t se spitigernôch nedich hat.

Wobbe Atsma

Joop Boomsma

Ulke Brolsma

Tsead Bruinja

Eppie Dam

Koos Dalstra

Josse de Haan

Jouke Hylkema

Eric Hoekstra

Ytsje Hoekstra

Simen de Jong

Aggie van der Meer

Jelle van der Meulen

Huub Mous

Teake Oppewal

Willem Schoorstra

Meindert Talma

Jabik Veenbaas

Abe de Vries

Geart de Vries

Sito Wijngaarden

Saturday, January 19, 2008