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And I guess the guy who killed him thought he was saving the world from
another fascist, but may instead have created a martyr whose party may now
do better in the election as a result.
Still, the whole incident occurring in Holland really does mean we're living
in... interesting times (as the old threat goes).
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> > Vincent:
> > > Dutch tolerance is legendary, and enviable, but I've heard it been
> > > threatened recently by that right-winger who's been a success in
> > Rotterdam,
> > > what's he called Pym Fortune (or something?)
> > That would be Pim Fortuyn. Rotterdam is one of our more racist cities
> > I guess but I don't think (or better don't hope) that it will have great
> > effects on our national politics
> > > His party is anti-immigration, but has non-white candidates. He's
> > > also very right wing, but gay (he dislikes islam because in his view
> > > regards homosexuality as akin to animal behaviour).
> > Only in Holland..... :-)
> > Phil.
> And now he's dead.... our first political murder in modern times.
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