There are few speeches in history that stand out for me. One was made by Winston Churchill and was a powerful call to fight against the odds, despite being the underdog. Given that we won World War II his speech is now famous as an example of the fighting spirit of Great Britain.
Another historical speech has been made recently but I doubt that many recognise it as one. His country is under threat from within and he is telling his countrymen that the emperor has no clothes. He has spelled out the elephant in the room but will the history books hail his speech as a turning point that led to his countries salvation or a blip on the downward slide to becoming an Islamic State?
Without Islam, the Netherlands would not be losing 7.2 billion per year on mass (Muslim) immigration.
Without Islam there would be no mosques in Netherlands and people would not be confronted every day by Islamic headscarves, āhate beardsā, and minarets; A country without all the symbols of Islamic domination, wonderful. What a country Netherlands would be!
Without Islam, Jewish children would be able to go to school without protection and gays and lesbians would be safer on our streets.