This book inspired me to be more honest and courageous - like Wilders himself.
All because Wilders is part of that very small number of Western figures willing to truthfully define Islam and its spread as a mortal threat to the West.
It has to be said that Geert Wilders is one of the few politicians who will say it as it is, regardless of the political consequences.
I read this book at the time (now , mid 2014) of the onslaught of the barbarians of islamic state in the north of Iraq and Syria, and one cannot, but agree with Wilders that the... Read morePublished 10 days ago by erisgeenhoop
I can totally appreciate the horror that Mr. Wilders is living in his country. I read the koran last year and was appalled - our USA politicos and news pundits were pushing 'Islam... Read morePublished 11 days ago by PatnCat
Most people get mad because they know allegations or critics are true... Same here. Islam equals war if you're not in it and people need to be warned of its danger. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Don Macaroni
This is an excellent book worth reading. What Geert and his wife have to go through just because he is willing to tell the truth about Islam and Muhammad, unlike our cowardly... Read morePublished 2 months ago by SanMar
This book should be taught in our schools! I admire this book!Published 2 months ago by arish rustami
This book is truly inspiring. I consider the courage and character of Geert Wilders equivalent to George Washington, Ronald Reagan, and Margaret Thatcher. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mervin