Geert Wilders calls today--the day Amsterdam's Appeals Court ruled that the Dutch parliamentarian should be prosecuted for his statements about Islam--a "black day me and for freedom of speech."
The two--Wilders and freedom of speech--have become synonomous. He must therefore be defended if freedom of speech is to endure.
Correction, courtesy a sharp-eyed reader: Wilders must be defended if freedom of speech is to be resurrected.
Robert Spencer comments and features Fitna here.