It would go to far to tell you what problems we have and how our government has been failing to deal with these problems. It's a mixed bag, he says the dumbest things but he's also right on few sensitive isseus.That's understandable. Like certain leaders of past, he appeals to his followers' emotions and irrational prejudices. He attempts to stir anti-Islamic by encouraging the association of Islamic teachings with terrorist acts... if he attempted to demonstrate that Islam was a dangerous religion by putting forth cool-headed and rational arguments, he'd have my ear.
I understand your sentiment but I don't share it. Wilders argues that Islam could use an enlightenment. Only to follow it by suggesting we bann the Qu'ran and tax the veil. I know, it's not very enlightened. I agree with Wilders when it comes to identifying the problems, I oppose his 'solutions' though.Similarly, it isn't especially difficult to see that the motivations behind the mistreatment of these groups are not purely religious. Wilders and his ilk would have us believe that every crime perpetrated by a Muslim was committed out of religious devotion.
I have a bigger problem with people who kill in the name of their religion than one misguided indivual. You als have to consider the fact that Wilders been living in prisons because of the death threats he gets. I can understand why muslims dislike him, but the aggression towards him only proves him right.Why wouldn't I have a problem with him? His claim is that they kill because they have the Qur'an in their hands.
I agree; see my quoted post above.
No, I don't.