The Light of the Moon

Islamofascist radicals, it seems, have finally overplayed their hand:

Dutch film “Stand Van De Maan,” which addresses increasing Islamic radicalism in Indonesia, won the top prize at the Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival.

The festival is billed as the world’s largest documentary festival, with more than 200 films shown over two weeks in Amsterdam theaters.

“Stand Van De Maan (Shape of the Moon),” directed by Leonard Retel Helmrich, recorded the story of an Indonesian Christian woman who leaves Jakarta for the countryside to avoid growing unemployment and increasingly fundamentalist Islamic sentiment in the city.

The Islamofascists are beginning to wake the rest of the world, and people are beginning to recognize that the Israeli/Palestinian issue is just an excuse for their treachery.






6 replies
  1. 1
    slickvguy says:

    “Stand Van De Maan”

    At first glance, I thought it was a Dutch Tammy Wynette cover. ;)

  2. 2
    Ralph Gizzip says:

    You too?

  3. 3
    Dave Scbuler says:

    The Dutch are the Anglosphere’s linguistic and cultural cousins so at least there’s hope. Let’s see if there’s some actual deeds or if it stays at the level of symbolism.

  4. 4
    Kimmitt says:

    I haven’t even seen the documentary, but is it possible that it was selected merely because of its excellence as an example of the form, rather than as a political statement?

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    SDN says:

    If that were the criteria it would be great, but some recent Oscars and Nobel Peace / Literature prizes make me wonder.

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    Tman says:

    Supposedly Ayaan Hirsi Ali-author of the movie Theo Van Gogh was murdered over and a Somali-born refugee and now a member of the Dutch Parliament is making a sequel to Submission. How long do you think it will take before the mad mullahs go fatwa-happy over her?

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