Two Rebel staffers and I are leaving for Europe tonight. We're going there to conduct an in-depth interview with 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.
Wilder is under constant threat of assassination, and 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.
Wilders doesn’t do a lot of media interviews. He knows what we know in Canada: most journalists aren’t neutral. They’re partisan and biased and unethical.
But he’s granted me an exclusive interview tomorrow morning. So my camera crew and I are flying to Amsterdam!
I don’t know whether Wilders will win the Dutch elections — we’ll find out in a few weeks. But the upset results in the Brexit referendum and the U.S. election suggest that he’s got a real chance.
It will be another domino falling — with elections in France and Germany still to come this year.
Over the next few days, we'll be posting all my reports, including my interview with Wilders, at RebelEurope.com.
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