As was announced in a lengthy press release on October 26 from the Willehalm Order of Knights of the Word (i.s.n.) with the title “Can The Islamization Of Europe Still Be Halted?”, the true crime Dead End Street – Why the Dutch Secret Service Murdered Their Top Secret Service Agent Theo van Gogh by Slobodan R. Mitric was presented by the publisher Robert J. Kelder during the yearly commemoration on November 2 of the murder of Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh, committed by an ostensibly lone Islamic fundamentalist named Mohammed Bouyeri on November 2, 2004.
As was similarly announced in a press release on October 31, the monument The Scream, which was erected in an Amsterdam park in memory of the murdered knight of the free word, and in front of which the presentation took place, was proclaimed Speakers Corner of the Netherlands. During the English part of the commemoration, which followed the Dutch part, the last segment of the epilogue written by the publisher under the title “Obstruction of Justice - How the Cover-Up Culture of the Dutch Government and Media Prevents a Proper Course of Justice in the Murder Case of Theo Van Gogh” was read. The whole English book presentation was filmed by Nico van den Dam under far from ideal circumstances. Next to the previous Dutch part of the commemoration., it can now be seen on YouTube.
As was stated in Appendices V and VI of the book, obviously no final, clear-cut answer to the troubling question raised in the title was given. Instead, the beginning of a two-fold direction was indicated in the course of which such an answer may be found. Further seminal indications in this direction are planned under the auspices of the proposed Willehalm Order of Knights of the Word (the abbreviation i.s.n. refers to in status nascendi). In 2014, a petition was submitted to Dutch king Willem-Alexander to institute such a civil order with its mission to advance and protect the faith and knowledge based New Christianity propounded by Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) in his profound Karma lectures here in Arnhem in 1924 for members of the Anthroposophical Society, as being the source of inspiration in the spiritual world of anthroposophy. Since then, the Willehalm Order has already organized a number of public manifestations in various places in The Netherlands. More are to come.