"When I become prime minister, I'm going to buy one of those Margaret Thatcher handbags and I'll bang it on the table and demand my money back from the government for past bad services." Pym Fortuyn
Far right, New Right, extreme-rightist, Racist, Fascist, neo-fascist, anti-immigration, similiar to France's Jean Marie LePen, and sometimes even as a radical laissez-faire supporter (which is the exact opposite of statist fascism of course - but these left-wing journalists aren't known for their intelligence).
But Pym Fortyn was NONE of these things.
Listen to this interview to find out what he actually stood for, what kind of a man he really was, and how wrong, wrong, wrong the media and his opponents were.
One of the key issues discussed in this interview is whether branding him in the above manner contributed to his murder.
Step 1 -> Murder the reputation ...
Step 2 -> ? ? ? ?
A quote from Pym
Ronnie Jansen, Netherlands
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** Note from Prodos:
Ronnie asked to be billed as a "Libertarian activist". That doesn't mean I
support "Libertarianism". But I do know that - labels aside - both
Ronnie (and Hubert Jongen!) do a lot of very good work in my view. In any
case, within the context of this interview, their knowledge and views are
definitely worth hearing. I learned a great deal from them. I'm confident
you will too.
BBC News interview:
Home with Professor Pym
Death in Rotterdam: Tolerance takes its
To read about the murderer, Volkder van de Graaf -> click here
Point of interest: The media have referred to this murderer as an "animal rights activist". However, as the above link notes [with my bold emphasis and minor reformatting]
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