The Dutch version can be found here, while the English version is here. It remains to be seen how long the film will stay online. For now, one can only say "Go LiveLeak" as that's the only site so far that had the guts to host it.
Here's the English version:
Dutch PM Jan Peter Balkenende has mobilized almost all the world, especially the human rights respecting muslim world (not), to ask for forgiveness for a movie he had never seen; and would they please not react violently. This is called a modern European leader. Free thinking, non-indoctrinated Dutchmen would call him today's incarnation of Anton Mussert, who was shot after WorldWar II for collaboration with the Nazis. Who had excellent ties to the muslim world, by the way.
Human rights champion Syria was allowed to issue an official warning on the movie in the European Parliament, of all places, that Wilders would be responsible for all muslim violence resulting from this movie. Yeah, like I'm responsible for being hit by a DUI driver just because I happened to be on the road.
It'll be interesting to see what will come of this. But one thing's for certain: it'll be very hard for this movie to create as much turmoil as its announcement has done over the past few months.
Initial response from Dutch muslim organisations is one of relief: there's no ground for concern. The movie is deemed to be non-insulting and non-provoking. This can only be seen as an acknowledgement of its thruthfulness, which in itself raises some severe questions about why the western world keeps promoting islam and appeasing (and funding) fundamentalist muslims.
March 28th: Well, that was quick! LiveLeak was forced to take Fitna offline to ensure the safety of their staff. Makes you wonder who orchestrated that threat. Never mind, Fitna is now in the Torrent realm and can be obtained by anyone who wants to download it. Here's how:
- Download uTorrent from here, and VLC from here.
- Go to http://isohunt.com . You'll find a Dutch and an English version, with lots of seeders.
- Download the version of your choice with uTorrent and play it with VLC.
March 31st: Go Liveleak, once again. The courageous people of LiveLeak put Fitna back online.