“In her latest book, The Force of Reason, the fearless Oriana Fallaci, Italy’s most-read and most-sued journalist, recounts some of her recent legal difficulties with the Continental diversity coercers.
“The Federal Office of Justice in Berne asked the Italian government to extradite her over her last book, The Rage and the Pride, so she could be charged under Article 261b of the Swiss Criminal Code. (…)
“She’s also been sued in France, where suits against writers are routine now.
“She has had cases brought against her in her native Italy and, because of the European Arrest Warrant, which includes charges of ‘xenophobia’ as grounds for extradition from one EU nation to another, most of the Continent is now unsafe for her to set foot in.
“What’s impressive is the range of organized opposition: the Islamic Centre of Berne, the Somali Association of Geneva, the SOS Racism of Lausanne, and a group of Muslim immigrants in Neuchatel, just to name a random sampling of her Swiss plaintiffs.
“After the London bombings and the French riots, the commentariat lined up to regret that European Muslims are insufficiently ‘assimilated’. But, in fact, at least in their mastery of legalisms and victimology, they’re superbly assimilated. One might say the same of the imam who took my chums at The Western Standard to the Alberta Human Rights Commission over their publication of the Danish cartoons.
“Racked by cancer, Oriana Fallaci spends most of her time in one of the few jurisdictions in the western world where she is not in legal jeopardy — New York City…”