The problem with Wilders is that is that he's not a true liberal.Well if the ruling globohomo regime would like to mix poison into their political cocktail that's their decision. If and when radical Muslims start attacking Dublin's Gay Parade I'm not going to be losing much sleep over that - apart from of course denouncing the murder of any innocent. People talk about foreigners coming here and not behaving themselves, and most often that's Muslims because Muslims have a very elitist view of themselves as being above their infidel neighbours which naturally rubs up natives the wrong way. But I support this attitude in fact. I hope foreigners view the Irish with scorn and let it be known - then maybe Irish people will start copping on and banding together against them. If the foreigners are going to just 'integrate' that'll be the death of our nation. Ireland will be killed with kindness, not in a hellfire of radical Islamic bombings.
Too many of the counter-jihadists merely oppose Muslim immigration because they don't want Muslims to make their own country less liberal. Or at least that's the argument they try and use. In reality I think someone like Geert Wilders is a true believer, he doesn't like that Muslims inevitably will be incredibly conservative and less tolerant of the fruits of Dutch liberalism and therefore wants to oppose it. Someone like Marine Le Pen I think it's more of a strategic decision for her - but certainly the homosexuals she's brought into the FN are the ones who are paranoid of Islam as the bigger threat so they try and turn to the FN as their vindicators - ironic of course since Le Pen the Elder never would've wanted these queers in his party.
He's a wishy-washy Social Democrat with some anti-Islam thrown in.
Egalitarian libertinism just doesn't cut it in my eyes.
And that's the problem with the West: too few are truly passionate about unleashing individual potential.
No one, at least in the political sphere, is genuinely excited about the future possibilities for humanity, of which there are many -- if only free societies are protected and their liberties enhanced.
The reason I oppose Islam is because I see it as a shackle hobbling human potential.
The reason you and others here oppose it is because you want the country transformed and then frozen in perpetuity into an early 20th century museum piece -- with that other Abrahamic leg Iron, Traditional Catholicism, occupying pride of place.
Where you and others say Padraig Pearce, I say Nietzsche.
Where the likes of Sword would like to see Marian shrines, I'd like to see 30 foot high marble statues honouring Prometheus.
There is a profound, PROFOUND difference between my politics and the politics of the self described conservatives on this forum.
I hadn't quite nailed it down, although I had a strong inkling that it existed.