Outspoken populist Dutch politician Geert Wilders has told enemy politicians and the controlled media to “drop dead” after they demanded he condemn the recent white physical resistance to the nonwhite invasion.
Better known as an anti-Islam populist, the massively increased nonwhite influx into Europe during 2015 has seen Wilders adopt an increasingly anti-invader political platform.
Just prior to the recent clash in Geldermalsen (which saw white protestors physically disrupt a local authority meeting which was planning the creation of an invader center in the town), Wilders had publicly called on the townsfolk to “resist” the camp’s establishment.
Following the violence—which shocked no one except the traitorous establishment parties in Holland—the far leftist deputy Prime Minister Lodewijk Asscher said that Wilders had “ignored the opportunity to condemn the violence in Geldermalsen.”
He described Wilders (recently voted “politician of the year” by viewers of television program EenVandaag), as a “trader in fear.”
Other far leftists made similar comments, all demanding of Wilders that he distance himself from the events in Geldermalsen.
The calls on him to publicly repudiate the anti-invasion activists increased after another incident in Pannerden, southeast of Arnhem, a few days later. In that case, fireworks were set off against a house occupied by Somali invaders. The perpetrators left behind a leaflet with a photograph of Wilders and the text “foreigners must go; this is just the beginning.”
Wilders was unrepentant, however, and took to Twitter to tell his opponents what he thought of them and their hysteria:
“Politicians and the press can drop dead. Distance yourself from your cowardice and betrayal of the Netherlands to Islam. Suckers.”
It is possible that Wilders’ increasingly hardline approach is the result of an understanding of the nature of the anti-European enemy he has stirred up.
Although Wilders has gone out of his way to be pro-Jewish and “anti-racist,” his opposition to the Third World destruction of Europe has incurred him the establishment and media’s wrath.
He has even been formally charged with “inciting hatred” in a trial set to start on March 18, 2016, based on his comments about Moroccan nationals on March 12 and 19, 2015, during and after the local election campaign.
Specifically, Wilders told supporters in Loosduinen that he would rather there were “fewer Moroccans” in The Hague. Seven days later, during a post vote meeting with supporters, Wilders asked the crowd “and do you want more or fewer Moroccans in your city and in the Netherlands?”
The crowd chanted “fewer, fewer, fewer,” to which Wilders said “We’ll arrange that.”
For this “crime” he now faces prosecution under the “democratic” laws of the Netherlands, allegedly for “insulting people on racial grounds” and “encouraging discrimination and hatred.”
This is the second time Wilders has been charged under Holland’s democratic race laws. In June 2011, he was acquitted on charges of inciting hatred against Muslims for daring to point out that the Koran contained passages urging violence against non-Muslims.