In Holland one of the targets of a sustained international hate campaign has been murdered.
It doesn’t take much to become a target in Europe these days. Pim Fortuyn, a Dutch sociology professor, fashion plate and former Marxist, who wanted to maintain public acceptance in Holland of his own flagrant homosexuality, was a “far-right leader” according to the BBC and everyone else. It seems he noticed that Muslims don’t think well of homosexuality, thought that was a problem, and said so.
One oddity of the coverage—it refers occasionally to his “anti-immigration” views. I thought the term was “anti-immigrant.” Any English professors out there who can enlighten us?