"A few months ago, the British government denied entry to Geert Wilders, the Dutch parliamentarian, who was scheduled to show his 15-minute film about Islam, Fitna, which intersperses selected excerpts from the Koran with clips showing violent acts by radical Islamists. Nazir Ahmed, a Muslim member of the House of Lords who was born in Pakistan, raised a hue and cry. The British Foreign Ministry collapsed and kicked Wilders out as soon as he got off the plane. He was, the British border agency said, a threat to harmony and public security. Laughable, yes. But now, the French may join the campaign against Wilders. The French Association for The Defense of Human Rights wants French authorities to prosecute Wilders for “hate speech.” AEDH cites a speech he gave at the Hudson Institute in New York in September, which was part of Wilders’ truth-telling crime spree. If convicted, Wilders could face a year in prison.
The French have long been prosecuting those who speak against Islamic hegemony. Over the last 12 years, Brigitte Bardot, the sex siren and screen actress, has been convicted five times for “inciting racial hatred” and paid ten of thousands of dollars in fines for opposing Islam’s march over France"
The New American