Once again Geert Wilders came out guns blazing, educating the masses about the 'prophet' that established islam. He candidly repeats the indefatigable Ali Sani, stating that Muhammed was a narcissist, a paedophile, a mass murderer, a terrorist, a misogynist, a lecher, a cult leader, a madman, a rapist, a torturer, an assassin and a looter. Sina, btw, has offered 50,000 dollars for the one who can prove otherwise. Nobody has claimed the reward as yet, writes Wilders.
But it doesn't just end there. Wilders also openly discussed what has been said about Muhammeds mental health by various experts.
According to the historian Theophanes (752-817) Muhammad was an epileptic. Epileptic crises are sometimes accompanied by hallucinations, perspiration form the forehead and foaming at the mouth, the very symptoms which Muhammad displayed during his visions.The venue for this article, HP De Tijd is a curious one (and that is putting it mildly). In the recent past this magazine has proven itself to be a staunch and stalwart member of the left-wing elite of our nation, either staying silent about Geert Wilders, or accusing him of all manner of human depravity. Geenstijl (NL) thinks the move by the magazine to publish what is potentially political dynamite, is inspired by the will to score one last time before the struggling magazine vanishes into oblivion.
In his book “The other Muhammad” (1992) the Flemish psychologist dr. Herman Somers concludes that in his forties the “prophet” began to suffer from acromegaly, a condition caused by a tumor in the pituitary gland, a small organ that is situated just below the brain. When the tumor in the pituitary gland causes too much pressure in the brain, people start to see and hear things that are not there. Somers’s psychopathological diagnosis of Muhammad’s condition is: organic hallucinatory affliction with paranoid characteristics.
The German medical historian Armin Geus speaks of a paranoid hallucinatory schizophrenia. A similar analysis can be found in the book “The Medical Case of Muhammad” by the physician Dede Korkut.
This article was published along-side an article on the identity crisis afflicting the Christian Democrats, which contains a strap-line reading in part "Wilders' statement are unnecessarily tasteless". Undoubtedly, this article will raise a few hackles with those members of the CDA that weren't in favour of entering the Danish model cabinet to begin with. Geenstijl at least is pre-emptively wishing our PM, Mark Rutte, the best of luck with his apologies. Politically, the next few days may be quite uncomfortable for the coalition cabinet.
The good people of the PVV fraction in Second Chamber have provided us with the translation of the full text of the article. It can be found on page II of KV. It contains some strong stuff. Stuff that would have been unutterable, let alone unpublishable, even a few years ago. That an established opinion magazine is now printing this seems to prove that the Netherlands at least is slowly waking up and starting to ask questions about the real character of islam.