Saturday, September 23, 2023
View Blog
Dec 18

Written by: Diana West
Thursday, December 18, 2014 5:17 AM 

The Dutch public prosecutor announced today that legal proceedings will begin against Party for Freedom (PVV) leader Geert Wilders "on charges of insulting a group of people based on race and incitement to discrimination and hatred."   

"The decision to prosecute me is incomprehensible," Wilders has said in a statement.

Yes it is; but only in a moral, rational Judeo-Christian -- i.e., Western -- world.

In our world, circa 2014, the decision is perfectly comprehensible. In our world, powerful global elites seek to destroy the indigenous cultures of Europe (and their descendants here) through "multicultural" -- read: Marxist and anti-nationhood -- policies that ride the pressure plates of expansionist Islam and, additionally in our hemisphere, Hispanic south and central America and beyond.        

In a statement released by PVV, Wilders said, “I have said what millions of people think .... For the second time, [the state] apparently wants to deal with someone who speaks the truth. It is a travesty that I have to defend myself in court for this. The Public Prosecutor would do better to devote his time to prosecuting jihadis instead of me. The Party for Freedom is the largest party in the polls. Apparently the elite does not like that.”

No, the elite doesn't like that, not at all. Here is the background to the story in a post I wrote earlier this year as these same elites were attempting to "deal with" Wilders through public opprobrium, protests, even a nationally televised church service. It didn't work. Instead of destroying Wilders and the PVV, they both became more popular than ever. Now, the state is turning to any means necessary to marginalize and destroy not only Wilders but also -- and more importantly -- the hundreds of thousands of Dutch citizens who support him as their champion of survival.

Below is a short video, also from earlier this year, of Wilders speaking to the press on the matter.  As he put it then, now, and always will: "To the last gasp, I will always let my voice be heard."

Privacy Statement  |  Terms Of Use
Copyright 2012 by Diana West