Geert Wilders creates new email account for those who want to buy his Islam sticker after Google blocked his old one
by Cheradenine Zakalwe
Islam versus Europe Blog
December 30, 2013
|Islam is a lie. Mohamed is a criminal. The Koran is poison.
Google has deactivated the islamsticker@gmail Gmail account politician Geert Wilders was using to spread his anti-Islam stickers. The deactivation was probably prompted by the many complaints Wilders' umpteenth anti-Islam initiative had prompted.
It was the politician himself who reported via Twitter on Boxing Day that his account had been closed. "Unbelievable; Google just blocked the account. It seems Mohammed Rabbae's complaint was successful," he tweeted. Rabbae had complained at Google that Wilders was abusing its service.
His complaint –on behalf of the National Council of Moroccans- had been among many complaints that were lodged against Wilders after he came out with his anti-Island sticker a week ago; it read "Islam is a lie. Mohamed is a criminal. The Koran is poison."
The politician claimed the sticker was not meant as an action against Muslims as the majority of people of this faith is not violent. He has since launched a new account where people may order his sticker.
Now he has created a new email address for those who want to buy the sticker.
On Friday, Geert Wilders created a new email address for people who want to buy the so called 'Islam sticker'. An earlier account, email@example.com, was blocked by email provider Gmail (Google) following a complaint by the 'National Council for Moroccans'. It's a lot more difficult to submit a complaint at the new address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maybe buying these stickers and putting them up randomly in public places would be a good way of manifesting resistance to the Multicult dictatorship?
Related Topics: Geert Wilders, Hate Speech Laws, Islamist Violence or Threats of Physical Violence Against Speech, Pressure Tactics Against Free Speech, Sharia in the West, Willful Blindness & PC Problems
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