Leftoids and muselmanic head choppers would have you believe that reversing Islamisation is somehow a bad thing. They are getting ever more desperate to turn everything right into wrong:
Islamic State fears take hold in Netherlands
I suppose “hard right” stands for the few who haven’t lost their minds like the rest of their multiculturally befuddled countrymen:
Protesters march against Muslim radicals, Islamic State and anti-Semitism in The Hague in August [EPA]Â Al Jizz
But the real enemy is, you guessed it: Geert Wilders!
Â by Jerry Gordon
Hon. Geert Wilders, leader of the Dutch Freedom Party (PVV)
Yesterday, theÂ IconoclastÂ and other on-line blogs published Geert Wilders 10thÂ anniversary speech in the Hague Parliament,Â “War Has Been Declared Against Us”. Â Â The title is a send up on the support of ISIS, Al Qaeda and Hamas from the Muslim Ã©migrÃ© community in The Netherlands.Â Â His remarks were directed at the ostrich-like policies of the ruling coalition in the Hague Parliament ignoring the rise of political Islam and the threats to cultural values of The Netherlands from shortsighted mass immigration policies.Â It was the commemoration of his leaving the VVD (Liberal Party) to found the PVV (Freedom Party). Â Earlier this week, De TelegraafÂ published a front page report on September 2nd, with the provocative headlineÂ “Court already prepared on Wilders”.Â Having been vindicated in a highly public trial in the Amsterdam District Court in 2011, the Dutch prosecutorsÂ have used his statements at a campaign rally in March 2014 as the basis for a new prosecution, because of his ‘fewer Moroccans” remarks.Â AsÂ American baseball great, Yogi Berra might opine in one of his classic malapropisms, “it’sÂ dÃ©jÃ vu all over again”.
De TelegraafÂ noted:
Wilders’ offending statement, in which he asked his PVV-supporters “Do you want more or fewer Moroccans?” caused a lot of protest last March. The supporters chanted sixteen times “Less! Less! Less!” Throughout the country, more than five thousand complaints were madeÂ against Wilders for group defamation, discrimination and incitement to hatred. In addition, a few tens of thousands reports of discrimination were made through the website of the police.
In preparation of the possible prosecution of the PVV leader the court in The Hague has appointed two judges to assist the media during the trial: Elianne van Rens and Hubert Nijman.
Â At a time when The Netherlands is threatened with possible home grown terrorism from returning Al Qaeda and ISIS veterans, it would appear that under the Dutch system of justice, Â Â the Anglo-American legal concept of double jeopardy doesn’t apply.Â It is the latest manifestation of the 800 pound gorilla of intimidation arising from the burgeoning Muslim Ã©migrÃ© community.
Here is what we wrote about the “fewer Moroccans” incident in an April 2014 NER article, “Geert Wilders Once Again Endures a Firestorm of Criticism”:
Dutch media outlets excoriated his remarks in a TV news video at his March 19thÂ campaign rally in the Hague.Â Mr. Wilders asked supporters of his Freedom Party if they wanted more or fewer Moroccans there. His followers chanted: “fewer, fewer and fewer.” According to aÂ BBCÂ report,Â Wilders meant that he was “referring only to Moroccan criminals.” Dutch Moroccans were urged to file discrimination complaints. Peter Martino in aÂ Gatestone Institute article,Â “European Elections Turned Nasty,”Â noted the menacing demographic realities of the Moroccan Ã©migrÃ© community roiling The Netherlands:
In The Hague, as in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, non-Western immigrants – mostly Moroccans – already make up over one-third of the population, and almost half of the population under 21 years of age. Moreover, Moroccan criminality is a huge problem in the Netherlands.
Moroccans top the Dutch crimeÂ statistics. They are 5 times more involved in vandalism, 6 times more in violence, and 22 times more in robbery than indigenous Dutch. Two years ago, Diederik Samsom, leader of the governing Labor Party, said that Moroccans have an “ethnic monopoly on trouble” in the Netherlands. They are also overrepresented among those who live on welfare benefits.
In the April NER article, we cited the prescient comments of Dutch historian Arthur Legge and Bat Ye’or about Wilder:
Hatred of dissidents like Wilders by Dutch political elites has an extensive history harkening back to the early Dutch Republic in the 17thÂ Century. Witness the execution of reformer Johan de Witte by Orangists and the fortuitous premature death of political philosopher Baruch or Benedict Spinoza. Arthur Legge, a University of Amsterdam historian connected the dots between that prior legacy and Wilders’ predicament in a 2008 essay,Â “Why Spinoza Was Not Murdered.”
The tragedy of the politician Geert Wilders is mainly threefold. Somehow along the line he forgot what the Dutch system of power is meant to accomplish: to protect our business; and keeping very good relationships with our Islamic partners is apparently our core business these days. Secondly, Wilders has never heard of “Tony’s third law”: “never underestimate the other guy’s greed!” (Al Pacino in the movieÂ Scarface). Pym Fortuyn was left unprotected just at the moment when he was about to win a massive victory during the 2002 elections. I credit his political opponents with enough Machiavellian motives not to be too sad about this extremely lucky coincidence. The fact that Wilders is a member of parliament and part of the establishment (he used to be a coming man in the Liberal Party (VVD) but left) infuriates his colleagues even more, and will speed up his expulsion. Thirdly and ever so sadly, Wilders probably believes the 17th century cradle myth to be true. However, our heritage is not Spinoza and his professed freedom. Our heritage is Providence, propaganda and social control: the one who deviates will not go unpunished. Geert Wilders attacks Islam and the Koran from a historic and philosophic position that never existed. Spinoza was not murdered, but only because he died in time. I’m not sure if Geert Wilders will be that lucky.
To paraphrase England’s Henry II regarding the fate of former boon companion, Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Beckett, the Dutch political and media establishment might say: “who will rid us of this upstart meddlesome blonde.”
To which Bat Ye’or replied: “It would appear that the world has gone topsy turvy, morally.” she said, “Exactly, and this is called dhimmitude.”