The Netherlands has its Parliamentary elections in a couple of weeks, and the man who is leading the polls right now is Geert Wilders.
He’s the leader of the Party for Freedom. His chief campaign focus is de-Islamification. Stopping mass immigration, especially the cultural, legal, criminal and social ramifications of bringing a million Muslims into a country of 17 million Dutch.
That’s twice the Islamification that Canada has, proportionately – we have just over a million Muslims in a population of 36 million.
I sat down with Geert Wilders in The Hague on Thursday morning.
That very morning, news broke that one of Wilders' own security staff was caught secretly passing on information about Wilders’ movements to a Moroccan jihadist group.
Of course they want to kill him.
He’s the only one trying to close the door, while the rest of the politicians there are prying it further open, in return for power or votes or money…
Tonight, I'm bringing you selected highlights from my interview with Geert Wilders. You can see the whole thing at RebelEurope.com.
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