Geert Wilders rips Job Cohen a new one on Dutch TV June 10 2010

18 10 2010

Thanks to Vlad Tepes:




4 responses

18 10 2010
zvi gross

Mr. Cohen is plain wrong, myopic politician. Geerth Wilders is the one that day in and day out threatened with assassination for daring to utter what many other see and feel.
Good luck Geert

18 10 2010
Ingrid, daughter of pig and monkey

Oh, man, thank you for posting that debate! I saw it somewhere else, a little after finding out about Geert Wilders. (2 months ago).


i WISH All of America would see this clip.

How can Job Cohen stick to his collusion?
How can he sleep with his intransigent indefensible position??
can’t he just say, – You are right – I see now – I was, indeed wrong, I started out misinformed, and it grew into more about saving face, and then, here I am, as wrong as you can get, and on the wrong side. Forgive me, Geert Wilders, Dutch people – we need to be for each other, and from now on, I will be your servant, as I took this job ostensibly to be.
Or something like that.
I would think everybody over there would respect him then.

Geert is a four-star General and then some, he is a leader for all time.

I love to see this again, and yet, again!

I’ll always love this brave man and his courage.

come on, Job Cohen, come out of it, and all the Muslims, too. Come over to the light. Truth is good.

18 10 2010
Ingrid, daughter of pig and monkey

Thank you, Zvi! Exactly!

21 10 2010
Chud Singh

King Dashrath! Is he a historical figure of just mythical one? Either way, can anyone present any historical records please?
Is it possible for Hanuman (Monkey) to construct a bridge between India and Sri Lanka?
Is it also possible for human (Lord Rama) to stand on top of Hanuman and fight king of Lanka Ravana?
Kingdom of Lanka is in Sri Lanka or Ayodhya of India?

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Kaikeyi demands that Dasaratha banquish Rama from Ayodhya
Dasharatha (Sanskrit: दशरथ, IAST Daśaratha, Khmer: Dasarath, Malay: Dasarata, Burmese: Dasagiri, Yuan: Dattaratthah, Tamil: Tiyataran, Thai: Thotsorot, Lao: Thotarot, Chinese: 十车王)[1][2] was a king of Ayodhya of the Ikshvaku dynasty whose life story is narrated principally in the Hindu epic Ramayana. He was a descendant of Raghu and was the father of Rama, the heroic prince of the Ramayana and an avatara of the god Vishnu according to Hindu tradition. Dasharatha had three wives namely, Kaushalya, Sumitra and Kaikeyi. Rama was the son of Kaushalya, Lakshman and Shatrughna were the sons of Sumitra, and Bharata was the son of Kaikeyi.

P.S. Indian narrators say that the above are “epic” tales and not history.

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