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Geert Wilders Calls Again for the De-Islamization of the Netherlands

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In the face of the growing Islamic threat in the nation of the Netherlands, Member of Parliament Geert Wilders continues to stand and fight for the de-Islamization of his home country. Wilders addressed the Prime Minister for the lack of action by the government to close their borders and stop the Islamization of the Netherlands. In May, Wilders will be the keynote speaker at a free speech event featuring a Muhammad art exhibit in Texas.

The Netherlands has been faced with many of the problems that other European countries are facing. These include large scale communities where the government declares no-go zones for police and other emergency services. “The Netherlands are facing the biggest threat since World War II.” Wilders said in his address to the Parliament, “and the government policies are still being characterized by amateurism and an incredibly dangerous political correctness.”

Wilders is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest being held in Texas by the American Freedom Defense Initiative and led by Pamela Geller. The event will be held on May 3rd at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas.

“Exactly four weeks ago today,” Wilders said similarly to his government, “I stood here on behalf of the PVV group and expressed my anger about the incompetent anti-terrorism policies of the cabinet. I called on the government to wake up. To recognize Islam as the cause of the terror and the misery. To close our borders. To halt Islamization.”

In Denmark, just a few days after Wilders’ speech to Parliament, Islamic terrorists attacked an art exhibit and killed a 55-year-old man while wounding three police officers. Later that night a second shooting occurred and Jewish man standing outside a synagogue.

“When last Summer, Muslims paraded with ISIS flags through the streets of The Hague and screamed ‘Death to the Jews’,” Wilders explained, “there was no cabinet minister to be seen and the Mayor of The Hague, a VVD member, refused to return from his holiday in France. And now, when without any violence there is a protest against a mosque in Leiden, Minister Asscher hurries to Leiden and within 3 minute the Mayor of Leiden expressed his indignation.”

Wilders said,” the government is providing extra support to Islam in the Netherlands. As if nothing has happened. As if the problem in our country is that we have not enough Islam in the Netherlands. In Gouda, they are now allowed to build a mega-mosque. With a genuine apartheid wall around it, so that the Muslim men with their beards do not have to confront any female legs. Ludicrous!”

Wilders will be coming to Texas to speak about free speech and the threat to freedom from Islamic extremists. A victim himself of political correctness gone array, Wilders is being prosecuted in The Hague for “insulting a group of people based on race and incitement to discrimination and hatred.”

He was invited to come speak at this art exhibit that is being held in the same facility where an “Honor the Prophet” conference was hosted by a Muslim organization. People in Texas who are concerned about the threat of America’s unsecured border and the growing threat of Islamic terrorism will have an opportunity to hear from a man whose country faces both.

“As long as we keep our borders open,” Wilders concluded in his speech, “even increasing the budget of the intelligence services tenfold would not be sufficient to allow to follow all these people. What is needed, Mister Rutte, is that we leave the Schengen borderless zone, that we control our own borders again and not allow jihadis to enter our country again.”

Wilders entire remarks to the Parliament can be found on his website.

Bob Price is a senior political news contributor for Breitbart Texas and a member of the original Breitbart Texas team. Follow him on Twitter @BobPriceBBTX.


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