If Wilders wins and Le Pen wins, It is the end of the EU and Globalism. Trump, Brexit, Wilders and LePen would be a huge rebuke to the globalist wealth rapists.

We can only hope.

When America gets around to overthrowing their banking overlords is the next question. The last president to try it ended up dead.

I like Wilders. He’s had a strong sense of the Moslem danger for many years and wants to take steps like closing all mosques, something which would never happen in Britain or amerikka. Gutsy message as that would make them a huge terrorism target.

All of our nations suffer from the difficult proposition of how to remove existing Moslems. It probably can’t be done. But at least the can be zero moslem immigration policies, no burkhas, no street praying, and most importantly NO WELFARE. Without welfare having to get jobs they can no longer just be ghetto dwellers with 12 babies and four wives.


Rotterdam (Netherlands) (AFP) – Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte clashed with his main rival anti-Islam MP Geert Wilders on Monday, as they laid out starkly opposing visions of their country’s future in an election campaign now consumed by a diplomatic row with Turkey.

Two days before Wednesday’s crucial general election, The Netherlands is mired in a war of words with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which has provided fodder for Wilders and his uncompromising anti-immigration stance.

“You are being taken hostage by Erdogan. Close the Dutch borders,” Wilders told Rutte, as tempers flared in the 30-minute head-to-head televised debate.

“That’s a totally fake solution,” Rutte shot back, “you want Nexit, you want The Netherlands out of Europe. You know what it will cost … don’t do it.”

Wilders, who says he is on a mission against the “Islamisation” of the country, has promised to shut Dutch borders to Muslim immigrants, close mosques and ban sales of the Koran.

He also wants to follow the British and pull the country out of the European Union which it helped found.

Polls suggest Wednesday’s results could be close, with Rutte’s Liberal VVD returning as the largest party in the 150-seat parliament by a whisker.

– ‘Stop populism –

The elections are being closely watched as a signal of the possible rise of far-right and populist parties in Europe, with key elections also planned this year in France and Germany.

“I want The Netherlands to be the first country which stops this trend of the wrong sort of populism,” Rutte told reporters, just hours before the debate.

Monday’s debate, plus Tuesday’s vote-eve round-table with eight political party leaders, could yet sway the poll, one analyst told AFP, estimating some 60 percent of Dutch voters remain undecided.

Wilders has delighted in the chaos which erupted over the weekend when riot police moved in to disperse hundreds of protesters waving Turkish flags in Rotterdam, angered by a Dutch government ban on their ministers.

Rutte appealed for calm, but he has rejected Turkey’s calls to apologise for expelling one of its ministers who tried to attend the pro-Ankara rally in Rotterdam.

In one tense exchange, Rutte said it was time to de-escalate the crisis, but Wilders retorted: “We must answer back. We must expel the Turkish ambassador and his staff.”