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Secondly, Pim Fortuyn was actually a very interesting figure. As you may or may not know, he was gay, and the Netherlands are far, far more tolerant of homosexuals than the US (or the UK for that matter). The problem he had with Muslims was with their intolerant outlook. He believed that in accomodating their religion into Dutch culture, homosexuals would lose their rights. Now, I do not agree with him, but I do think he had a valid point: how to maintain a tolerant society when a segment of society is not tolerant? And quite apropos the current situation in the US as well
I do think it is quite funny that you seem to admire him, because I think you would have found his 'lifestyle' abhorrent.
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