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Submission (Film Short that got Dutch director Theo van Gogh murdered by Islamo-freak)
| Release Year: 2004
| Theo van Gogh
Posted on 11/09/2004 11:43:08 PM PST by BCrago66
Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh (yes, that van Gogh) was assassinated November 2, 2004, by a 26-year-old extremist Muslim of Dutch-Moroccan descent. The current theory is that a Muslim extremist took him down for his critical look at the treatment of Muslim women. It's not a documentary, but a metaphorical look at the harsh realities of their lives. (In English with Dutch subtitles.)
TOPICS: Culture/Society; Foreign Affairs
If you have DSL or braodband cable, you can view the 11-minute film for free on ifilm.com, by clicking the above link.
posted on 11/09/2004 11:43:09 PM PST
This is the film that a good man was murdered for!
and now I have had the honor to see it. Thank you.
Our entire Nation should see this , it should be played by
all the networks and cable stations , It should get worldwide
But they won't...
Muslim women get out your knives....
posted on 11/10/2004 12:04:01 AM PST
You don't need dsl, I just watched the whole thing with dial up.
I watched it at 200 speed without subscription, and it worked fine with Media Player.
This short film got the author murdered. The film is and would be considered "free speech" in the US and Holland.
Yet the worldover diabolical murderous muslims believe it is justification for murder.
Islam is a BIG problem. Lacking any popelike figure, nobody establishes useful rules.
The rules laid down in their "books" justify stoning rape victims, while the rapist goes unharmed.
Oh my... I simply don't have words for this. The sadness it forces is unspeakable.
posted on 11/10/2004 12:27:04 AM PST
(Time? What time do you think we have?)
posted on 11/10/2004 12:28:50 AM PST
who knows once the Islamo fascists start brutally murdering 'arteests' perhaps
even Hollywood might take a factual look at them.....for exactly what they are.....
posted on 11/10/2004 2:45:04 AM PST
("The merit of our Constitution was, not that it promotes democracy, but checks it." Horatio Seymour)
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posted on 11/10/2004 2:51:59 AM PST
("We met at Dawn- and destiny Prevailed...")
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