Yes, MP Geert Wilders, the maker of the film Fitna about how hateful he thinks Islam is, is stamping his feet about the government's decision to turn him away from the country on the grounds of public order.
Wilders, who is facing trial in Holland for inciting hatred, may well complain about his treatment as he was invited by a UKIP peer, but if we examine his political platform we find - oh! - he's for turning foreigners away at Dutch borders including all Muslims, banning Islamic schools, Islamic head wear, and that the Koran should be banned and its use outlawed in Mosques and at home.
In essence he is;
- for making Islam itself illegal. So much for freedom of ideas.
- for banning those he despises from entering Holland. So much for freedom of movement.
Just thought I'd mention it because when some people hear him say things like "I am in a detention centre at Heathrow... I will not be allowed to enter the country. They will send me back within a few hours... It is a very sad day, not only for me, but for freedom of speech," they might think he's stating some sort of principle. Far from it. He's simply whinging that he should have the right to deny others their rights.
I've watched the film, what a pile of ignorant, racist filth. I say he can push off and sit on the naughty step until he learns some manners. Don't for one moment think he would extend the rights he demands to anyone other than himself, he has based his political career on trying to strip those rights away.