Geert Wilders

More than one million Dutch voted for Geert Wilder’s PVV Party

Geert Wilder’s party PVV has only been around for twelve years yet it has managed to come in second place against the old establishment VVD party headed by  MP Mark Rutte. That is a huge achievement in an MMP political environment yet the mainstream media and Rutte are doing their best to describe Geert’s triumph as a defeat. Rutte may have won but he lost a quarter of his base support. It would be more accurate to say that he managed to cling on to power. Rutte’s party lost ten seats while Wilder’s gained four. What Geert’s PVV party has achieved is comparable to the Act Party coming in second place this election. To call it a defeat is unjust, it was an amazing achievement and the fact that both the MSM and the establishment party were so worried that he might actually win tells you what a threat his party actually is.

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Election quote of the day from The Netherlands

“The less highly educated youngsters are – on average – definitely supporting Mr Wilders, so if the youngsters show up massively it will benefit GreenLeft, D66 and certainly PVV.

-Tim de Beer, from Dutch pollster TNS NIPO

That quote is straight out of the Wrongly Wrongson playbook where he derides New Zealanders as “Sheeple” if they don’t vote the way he wants. If what the pollster says is correct then being highly educated is clearly a barrier to common sense. If Wilders’s party does not get in The Netherlands’ downwards trajectory will be locked down and it will be only a matter of when they become an Islamic state not if. Even if he wins the other parties are giving the big finger to democracy and have publically stated that they will refuse to work with his party. The Netherlands’ future hangs in the balance today.

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MUST WATCH: Geert Wilders talks with Ezra Levant

Hey NZ politicians, have you heard of Geert Wilders?

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Hey New Zealand politicians, have you heard about Geert Wilders?

He’s the leader of a political party in the Netherlands called the “Party for Freedom”. He’s campaigning in the Dutch elections, which will be held just three weeks from now.

The media hate him. The European Union hates him. And most of all, advocates of open borders and mass immigration hate him.

Because Wilders opposes mass Muslim migration. And he has called for the de-Islamification of the Netherlands.

Wilder is under constant threat of assassination by Muslim extremists. And he’s been prosecuted by the Dutch government for “hate speech”, merely for criticizing their open borders policies.

Oh — did I mention it? Geert Wilders is currently leading the polls.

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Is it an anti-establishment movement or a return to values of democracy and patriotism?

The leaders of Europe’s main anti-establishment parties appearing together in public for the first time, on January 21 in Koblenz, Germany. (Image source: Marine Le Pen/Twitter)

Some say that President Trump has fired up an anti-establishment movement in Europe but I think he is simply part of a Western swing back to democratic and patriotic values. Democracy is about the will of the people, not the elites and the people in America and Europe have had enough of multi-culturalism, political correctness and mass migration.The popularity of so-called anti-establishment political leaders like Donald Trump, Marine Le Pen, Pauline Hanson and Geert Wilders is proof of that.

“There is a genuine feeling that Trump taking over the White House is part of a bigger, global movement. Our critics, looking at Trump’s candidacy and his speech yesterday, would call it the rise of populism. I would say it’s simply a return to nation state democracy and proper values…. This is a genuine political revolution.”

-Nigel Farage, former head of Britain’s UKIP party, who led the effort for the United Kingdom to leave the EU.
“This disruption is fruitful. The taboos of the last few years are now fully on the agenda: illegal immigration, Islam, the nonsense of open borders, the dysfunctional EU, the free movement of people, jobs, law and order. Trump’s predecessors did not want to talk about it, but the majority of voters did. This is democracy.”

-Roger Köppel, editor-in-chief of Die Weltwoche, Switzerland.

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If you want to make something more popular apply the “Rubber hammer effect”

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I am going to call it the ” Rubber hammer effect. “ When Rawshark and his paymaster and all the others involved went ahead with the hack of Whaleoil they expected to silence us and shut us down. As we all now know Whaleoil’s readership skyrocketed after all the free advertising in the MSM for well over a month.Their attack which was designed to squash us rebounded on them making us even more popular than we were before.The same thing has happened to the leader of the Freedom Party, Geert Wilders. He was sent to court on a trumped up hate speech charge by his political rivals who wanted to silence him and destroy his party’s chances. His conviction has backfired on his accusers big time.

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Convicted for asking a question; Geert Wilders won’t be silent

In what can only be described as a politically motivated trial, the popular leader of the Party for Freedom (PVV) Geert Wilders has been convicted for asking a question of his audience at a political rally. He and his party will contest national elections in three months time and the party according to a nationwide poll holds a narrow lead at the moment. His conviction for asking people if they would like fewer Moroccans in the country will only make support for his party stronger.

Using legal jihad to try to silence a political opponent is a new low in politics. The Dutch government are running scared and have shown their cowardice by attacking him in this manner. Cam and I know personally what it is like to be dragged through court for the crime of telling the truth so all my sympathy is with Wilders. You have to admire someone who leads a party despite serious death threats, who has lost his personal freedom because of 24/7 security in order to keep him alive and who is targeted by his political opponents with trumped up legal charges.

Geert Wilders was accused of committing hate speech but they failed to convict him for it. Since it was a politically motivated trial they had to find something so, in the end, he was convicted of migrant discrimination.No fine was imposed by the judges.

‘In this case, the most important question is whether Wilders has crossed a line. This judgement has answered that question,’ the judges said in their verdict.

‘Therewith, the chamber finds that justice has been done. Consequently, no punishment is imposed.’

-dailymail.co.uk

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Geert Wilders has lost his personal freedom but defends his right to freedom of speech

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Netherlands’ politician Geert Wilders has already lost his personal freedom and lives his life under armed guard due to the serious death threats made against him by Islamic terrorists Now he is facing not only a fine but the real prospect of being put in prison for his views on immigration. His words were nothing out of the ordinary for a party that has gained huge popularity for its anti-immigration stance. What he is on trial for will shock you. I don’t think his words are why he is on trial. It is the threat his political party poses to the ruling elite that is really behind this sham of a court case.Geert Wilders’ final speech to the court is abridged below.

Mr. President, Members of the Court,
When I decided to address you here today, by making a final statement in this trial against freedom of speech, many people reacted by telling me it is useless. That you, the court, have already written the sentencing verdict a while ago. That everything indicates that you have already convicted me. And perhaps that is true. Nevertheless, here I am. Because I never give up. And I have a message for you and the Netherlands.

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Politician Geert Wilder’s battle for free speech in the Netherlands

Being a vocal critic of the ideology of Islam comes at a great personal cost

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I admire commentators, cartoonists and politicians who are brave enough to tell the truth. No one wants to hear the truth as comforting lies are much nicer. People who tell the truth get ridiculed and called names, and if you are criticising Islam then death threats and assassination are a very real and constant danger.

Every single critic of Islam whom I follow (and there are dozens of them) has had actual attempts on their life and/or death threats. Theo van Gogh, a Dutch filmmaker who collaborated on a short movie about the oppression of women under Islam, was assassinated after the documentary sparked controversy. He was stabbed to death in the street in his own country by a Muslim who was outraged by the film.

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