SITA Continues Its Appeal
SITA is continuing its fight on behalf of Geert Wilders. While the initial campaign effort got the ball rolling, it is necessary to keep it rolling, lest we forget, something that is easy to do with so much to read online and so many other events to distract us.
SITA sent me the following message and asks that you read it:
The international action SITA in support of Geert Wilders (GW) began on January 21st 2009 and to date is a success. 3500 visits have been registered to the SITAmnesty website for the 4 proposed actions. That totals hundreds of letters, as reported by the Dutch newspaper "De Telegraaf", which have arrived at the Court in Amsterdam, at the offices of lawyer Spong and at the Dutch Justice Ministry. These letters resulted in the visit of the Ministry for Justice to the SITAmnesty and coranix sites, proof that they are disturbed by our SITA mailings.
A drop of water which falls regularly on the same spot manages to perforate the hardest rock. Our SITA mailings must continue to sow doubt and uncertainty among the dhimmis of Amsterdam. Now it is necessary to break down their morale by maintaining a regular flow of letters, not necessarily in great quantities but on a regular basis because they must not be allowed to believe that mailings will decrease and eventually stop and that people will end up forgetting GW. They will be surprised that the flow continues!
So we invite all those who took an active part in this action to reactivate it. Bear in mind that there are always new readers who do not know about SITAactions and maybe even about Geert Wilders’ predicament.
What is to be done now?
SITA urges you to spread the news about the need to send snail mail to the Dutch authorities. To do this they ask that you leave the link below in the comment section of articles you come upon dealing with the topic of Geert Wilders. You may have to register at some sites in order to leave a comment, but we are all used to that by now.
That link will send the prospective letter writer to one of SITA's webpages where, in French, English, Spanish and German, he will be directed to another webpage explaining exactly how to write and send the letter.
A reminder to all that you do not necessarily have to use their Churchill/Chaplin form letters. You can always make up your own. But consult SITA's web page in the appropriate language for the correct mailing addresses.
You may want to consult two previous posts on this campaign. Most of the information you will need is there:
SITA Action for Wilders posted at GalliaWatch in January.
Send Letter in Support of Geert Wilders posted at The Lambeth Walk in February. This is for those who want to contact the British Parliament. If you read the comments here, you will see that the last comment is from a SITA representative who does what he is asking you to do - leave a message in the comment section of blog articles. It's a good idea, and costs nothing.
And while you're at Lambeth Walk, you can check the home page for articles on the return of British soldiers from Iraq, and how they were greeted by their countrymen and by hostile Muslims, and on an eruption of violence in Northern Ireland.
Another reminder that the latest online information about Geert Wilders can be found at this Dutch site, created not too long ago in response to the prosecution of him by the Dutch courts.
Click the label below for all my posts on Geert Wilders.