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Another Look At FOX News’ Hatchet Job On Geert Wilders

Posted on March 11 2010 9:39 am
John L. Work is a veteran of twenty years of Colorado law enforcement service and a graduate of Cal State Long Beach, B.A. and M.A. He has been a contributor and featured columnist for NewsRealBlog since January of 2010, and a guest columnist for FrontPageMagazine.
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Following the gang hatchet job on Dutch Parliamentarian Geert Wilders by two separate FOX News crews a few nights ago, FOX pulled down all the video footage from the internet – like it never happened. Well, it did happen.  Jim Angle, Glenn Beck, Bill Kristol, Charles Krauthammer and A.B Stoddard all did the dirty work during two different shows.  But, thanks to Gates of Vienna and Diana West, we can at least watch Beck going at Wilders one more time.

First, let’s look at Beck’s six minute interview with Wilders from February of 2009.  Beck warmly welcomed Wilders and gave him plenty of air-time.  Wilders presented his case for the noble cause of resistance to the growing Islamic repression of free speech in The Netherlands.  Beck treated Wilders like the hero he is.

A year later it is impossible to reconcile Beck’s posture and position in 2009 with his attack on Wilders this week – unless one allows for the possibility that Beck is now being influenced by powers above him at FOX News.

The 2009 Wilders interview is here:

Now for this week’s piece, in which Beck labeled Wilders a fascist:

Let’s analyze the evidence:

Wilders, himself, has not changed since the first Beck interview – not his speech, not his positions, and not his beliefs.  What has changed immensely is his stature in The Netherlands.  He is much more powerful now than he was when he first appeared on Beck’s show in 2009.  In fact, it is entirely within the realm of possibility that Wilders could become Prime Minister.

Now, FOX News is astonishingly trying to destroy Wilders.  Ignoramus, demagogue and fascist are pretty nasty labels to lay on anyone. Beck was not recognizable this week from his demeanor and position with Wilders in 2009.

Other than Muslims throughout the world, who would be unhappy with Wilders’ rise to power and prominence in The Netherlands?  Who stands to gain from stopping the most prominent and eloquent defender of Western Civilization in Europe?  Who stands to gain from having Wilders’ reputation hacked to pieces by a major American news outlet?  You can figure this out.  Click the next link:

A whole lot has changed at FOX News, folks.

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