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REMEMBERING PIM FORTUYN

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By thisistwitchy  •  May 6, 2005 11:26 AM

Pieter Dorsman at PeakTalk marks the third anniversary today of outspoken Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn’s assassination at the hands of a left-wing loon.

Meanwhile, Radio Netherlands reports that the Dutch are leaving their home country in droves, in part due to the very issues raised by Fortuyn–uncontrolled mass immigration, street violence, and loss of faith in the country’s once celebrated way of life:

It began in May 2002 when populist anti-immigration politician Pim Fortuyn was shot dead by a left-wing activist – the country’s first political assassination in over 400 years. Then, in November 2004, came the murder of filmmaker Theo van Gogh, a fierce critic of fundamentalist Muslims. His ritual-style killing by an alleged Islamic extremist was followed by angry demonstrations and fire-bombings of mosques and Muslim schools. The violence shocked the country…

“The assassin of Theo van Gogh released not only anger but a lot of fear of fanatic Muslims and random violence. It was new for Dutch people to feel physical insecurity, because we are living in a very small country where you can come across anybody.” – Henri Beunders, Professor of history, media and culture at Erasmus University in Rotterdam

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