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Six Questions With Geert Wilders

By 10.21.14

Geert Wilders is the founder of the Dutch Party for Freedom, the fourth largest in that country’s parliament, and perhaps the Netherlands’ most controversial political figure. Wilders, whose 2008 film Fitna confrontationally opposed the encroachment of Islamic culture into Europe, has become an international figure while being prosecuted for “hate speech.” Calling himself a “right-wing liberal,” Wilders advocates curbing immigration into the Netherlands and other Western countries from Islamic nations, closing radical mosques, denaturalizing violent Muslims, and reducing the power of the European Union, among other things.

In America this week for a one-week tour, Wilders chatted with The American Spectator about Islam, the civilizational conflict, and what must be done to keep the West free.

How big is the threat to the West from Islamic civilizational jihad? Is our focus on terrorism overlooking other, perhaps more insidious means?

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The Evening Keynote

By 11.23.09

Remarks delivered by the chairman of the House Republican Conference at The American Spectator's annual Robert L. Bartley dinner last Thursday evening.
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A Writer Speaks

By 11.20.09

Last night, The American Spectator's hosted its annual Washington dinner. Here is the speech one of our longtime writers -- who did speak at our 2008 dinner -- meant to deliver this year.
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