INTERVIEW: Geert Wilders, Muslims, & Controlled Opposition

“We are a country based on Christianity and Judaism.”

-Geert Wilders

Geert Wilders has been in politics for over long 20 years, and he still hasn’t figured out the root of the problem? Well, let’s not over analyze things, shall we? This is the case because he is simply controlled opposition (and a Zionist to boot). Listen closely to this interview — he places all blame on Muslims without addressing the crux of the matter. In fact, he defends them! And, RT isn’t innocent in this game because they enable the lies Geert Wilders propagates.

https://youtu.be/aZARbbCkPhw

 

 

VIDEO: Jesse Klaver, The “Dutch Justin Trudeau”?

Jesse Klaver leads the GroenLinks (GreenLeft) party in Holland, and he is an extreme leftist/socialist and Zionist — although his official party message takes a ‘balanced approach.’ Political analysts often cite him to be Holland’s “Justin Trudeau.”

He is quoted as saying, “I want my Netherlands back” in response to “Dutch Nationalism.” Indeed, meet the mixed Moroccan, Indonesian, and part Dutch Jesse Klaver. In the coming years, there is no doubt the Tribe will push him into positions of power within Holland and Europe – he is perfect for their agenda.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cf-JZ9eMAww

Geert Wilders Sides With Israel & Condemns UN Settlement Resolution

“Obama betrayed Israel. Thank God for Trump.” 

— Geert Wilders

Geert Wilders, in many ways, is The Netherland’s version of Donald Trump. He appeals to the masses with his “Anti-Muslim” political stance, but he is a staunch Zionist. Therefore, he indirectly encourages policies that support Muslim migration and “Cultural Marxism” in Europe. A real Dutch patriot wouldn’t be owned — but his wife is a Jew, and many speculate he is as well. 

“NETHERLANDS – Geert Wilders Sides With Israel And Condemns Obama For UN Settlement Resolution,” Source: theuglytruth.wordpress.com

A leading Dutch politician recently took to social media to express his support for Israel and to vehemently oppose US President Barack Obama’s choice not to veto UN Security Council resolution 2334, which called on Israel to halt settlement construction in the West Bank.

Geert Wilder, leader of the Dutch right-wing Party for Freedom, is a prominent political figure in the Netherlands who founded the nationalist faction in 2006. Some predict, based on his success in polls thanks in part to an overall rightward shift in European politics, that he will become the next Dutch prime minister.

In a rather surprising and strongly-worded, if short, statement, he wrote on Friday a post that was published on his official Twitter account: “Obama betrayed Israel. Thank God for Trump.”

Wilders’ expression of gratitude towards Trump hints at his hope that the President-elect’s new administration will side with Israel.

Wilders has drawn comparisons to Trump in recent years, due to his numerous nationalistic public remarks against minority populations in the Netherlands, especially against Muslim immigrants. In 2011, he was condemned for comparing the Koran to Hitler’s Mein Kampf in a comment that caused ripples in Dutch society.

Wilders was later found guilty of discrimination in a Dutch court after asking his supporters whether they wanted more or fewer Moroccans in the Netherlands at a 2014 rally in The Hague, According to the Atlantic, bringing to mind some of Trump’s rhetoric against Mexican immigrants in the US.

After accusing Obama of betrayal, he went on to express more explicit support towards Israel: “My advice to my Israeli friends: ignore the UN and keep building more and more settlements.”

Wilders then posted the same comment on his official Facebook account, attaching a link to an article that announced the results of the Security Council vote.

Days later, he posted a Hanukka greeting on Facebook, extending warm holiday wishes to his Jewish followers.

Geert Wilders

Geert Wilders Investigated by Dutch Secret Service for Ties to Israel

The reason for the probe, according to various Dutch media, was concern that Geert Wilders is ‘influenced by Israeli factors.’ Wilders’ anti-Muslim Party of Freedom is likely to be a leading member of the next Dutch government.

What were these “Israeli factors” exactly? It has been asserted that he is an Israeli agent. Mr. Wilders is married to Jewish-Hungarian diplomat Krisztina Marfai.

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Geert Wilders working for Israel?

“Geert Wilders Investigated by Dutch Secret Service for Ties to Israel, Report Says,” Source: haaretz.com

Geert Wilders, leader of Holland’s far-right anti-Muslim Party of Freedom, was investigated in the past by the country’s General Intelligence and Security Service (AVID) over his “ties to Israel and their possible influence on his loyalty.”

Wilders, whose party is leading the polls ahead of the upcoming election in March, is likely to be a key figure in the next government.

The undercover investigation was exposed over the weekend by the veteran daily De Volkskrant. According to the article, AVID agents conducted the investigation from 2009 to 2010, with its existence and results remaining unknown until now. The Dutch central intelligence organization is in charge of safeguarding internal national security, handling non-military dangers to the country and preventing espionage.

An investigation of this kind into an active politician is an exceptional occurrence in Holland, the newspaper noted. If conducted, it is only in cases in which there are very reasonable grounds for suspicion. Wilders was a member of parliament at the time, with his party supporting the right-center coalition government from the outside and enabling it to remain in power.

The reason for the investigation, according to the newspaper, was concern in the Dutch security service about “the possibility that Geert Wilders is influenced by Israeli factors,” with whom he had close ties. He visited Israel at the end of 2008, meeting with “Gen. Amos Gilad in his office in the main military headquarters in Tel Aviv, and regularly attended meetings with Israel’s ambassador to Holland at the time,” according to De Volkskrant.

The reporters discovered the story during the course of a comprehensive investigation into the tight security protection that the country provided to the leader of the far right. For the purpose of that article they interviewed 37 civil servants, former secret agents, security guards etc.

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VIDEO: Dutch MP Snubs Netanyahu, Refuses to Shake Israeli PM’s Hand

You can be confident in making a bet that’s it’s the end of Tunahan Kuzu’s career. Or, perhaps, an ISIS attack in Holland next? The Dutch are well overdue for one anyway. Bibi, and the pro-Genocide Zionist machine, does not take this sort of thing lightly. Regardless of your opinion of Tunahan Kuzu, hats off to him for snubbing this war criminal.

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“Dutch MP Snubs Netanyahu, Refuses to Shake Israeli PM’s Hand,” Source: rt.com

A Dutch politician has refused to shake the outstretched hand of Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, who is on a visit to the Netherlands.

The awkward moment captured on camera shows Tunahan Kuzu standing alongside other politicians as Netanyahu approaches, before Kuzu snubs the Israeli leader.

Netanyahu is then seen shrugging in response and moving away.

Kuzu, who is a vocal supporter of Palestinian rights, has since justified his actions on Facebook“the red carpet is rolled out” for Netanyahu while the bloodshed of Gaza had been forgotten, in reference to Israel’s war in the Gaza Strip two years ago.

“While the streets of Gaza were reddened by blood that splashed out of the veins of children in the summer of 2014, the red carpet is rolled here,” Kuzu wrote. “That deserves no handshake, but a reference to #FreePalestine.”

Kuzu was also wearing a badge bearing the Palestinian flag at the time of his encounter with the Israeli leader.

The Israeli PR machine moved swiftly to contain the embarrassment, as the snub appears to have been edited out of a video shared on YouTube by the Israeli PM’s office – the handshake refusal was nowhere to be seen in the clip.

But the snub was already out, and Twitter users were quick to praise Kuzu’s protest action.

“What a boss,” one man said, while another called handshake refusal a “sign of strength and decency.”

 Kuzu, a former Labour MP, launched the multicultural party Denk earlier this year, to lobby for “tolerance and equality”.

Ahead of Netanyahu’s two-day visit, former Dutch Prime Minister Dries Van Agt who was leader of the country from 1977 to 1982, said Netanyahu should be tried for war crimes at the International Criminal Court.

“The occupation and expansion… building of settlements, of occupied territory, this is according to the Rome Statute, which is… the setup… the statute on which the international criminal court is based, in so many words, a war crime,” Van Agt said in an interview.

Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders

In a Huge Blow to Israel, Netherlands Declares BDS ‘Free Speech’

In a huge blow to Israel, Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders announced Thursday that calls to boycott the Jewish state fall within the limits of free speech, undermining intensive Israeli diplomatic efforts to sway European capitals to outlaw the Boycott, Sanctions and Divestment Movement.

Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders
Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders

“Statements or meetings concerning BDS are protected by freedom of expression and freedom of assembly, as enshrined in the Dutch Constitution and the European Convention on Human Rights,” Koenders said Thursday during a debate on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at the Dutch parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee in The Hague.

He added that the Dutch government has explained to Israel that it opposes any boycott against it, but that BDS endorsement is a free speech issue. Sweden recently made a similar declaration.

His words came just two days after the State Comptroller charged Israel was losing the battle against BDS and delegitimization because of government disorganization and a lack of resources. Dutch Ambassador to Israel Gilles Beschoor Plug told The Jerusalem Post that Thursday’s decision did not reflect a change in government policy. “Supporting BDS by people in Holland is not illegal and therefore it falls within the limits of freedom,” the ambassador said.

Beschoor Plug said that despite the statement, Holland does not support BDS and does not believe it will help solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A two-state solution, the ambassador said, would only be achieved through “dialogue and not isolation.”

“As long as what one says is not illegal you are free to say it,” Beschoor Plug reiterated.

But Koenders’ statement struck a chord in Jerusalem where the Foreign Ministry is in the midst of  a massive legislative campaign to outlaw BDS throughout western parliaments. Jerusalem argues that BDS falls into the category of “hate speech”, pitching itself against international human rights organizations and left-wing parliamentarians in Europe and other Western countries.

Israel’s position is based on the argument that by calling to divest and boycott Israel, BDS supporters are seeking the destruction of Israel. It believes therefore that it should be illegal.

Human rights organizations and left-wing parliamentarians in turn are using European governments to affirm that BDS is protected by the laws of free speech.

The BDS movement wasted no time in declaring Koenders words a victory. Sarah Wilkonsin tweeted: “Israel who claims to be democratic, failed in their attempt to be undemocratic!”

In response to the Dutch move, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Emmanuel Nachshon lashed back and told The Post that there needed to be limits on the concept of freedom of speech.

“Once free speech becomes a pretext for allowing hate speech, then it is no longer legitimate,” Nachshon said.

“The statement of the Dutch Foreign Minister is puzzling and difficult to understand,” he added. “How can someone on the one hand be against hatred and boycott, but on the other hand justify people who advocate this hatred policy under the guise of freedom of speech?”

Source: jpost.com

Yasmina Haifi

Dutch government official claims Islamic State militant group is ‘Zionist plan’

Yasmina Haifi, who worked for the Dutch Justice Ministry’s National Cyber Security Centre, made the controversial statement on Twitter (August 13, 2014), Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf reported.

Yasmina Haifi

ISIS has nothing to do with Islam. It’s part of a plan by Zionists who are deliberately trying to blacken Islam’s name

Yasmina Haifi

Referring to IS by their former name, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis), she tweeted: “ISIS has nothing to do with Islam. It’s part of a plan by Zionists who are deliberately trying to blacken Islam’s name.”

Ms Haifi later removed the original message and said: “I realize the political sensitivity in connection with my work. That was not my intention.”

It is now believed that she has been suspended from her position.

The country’s Ministry of Security and Justice and the National Coordinator for Counterterrorism and Security (NCTV) later said in a statement: “Security and Justice and the NCTV distance themselves from her remarks.

“And since [the comment] relates to the work of the NCTV and the National Cyber Security Center, cause is shown to terminate her assignment NCSC/NCTV and outsource her work with immediate effect.”

However, Ms Haifi said in a radio interview that she refused to withdraw her statements.

She said: “Freedom of expression is apparently only for certain groups.

“I have taken the liberty to express myself and obviously I have to pay for it. I do not know why I should take it down; this is what I think.”

Dutch MPs Joram van Klaveren and Louis Bontes said that they believed that Security and Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten should take action against Ms Haifi.

In a joint statement they said: “A person who propagates such ideas and is working with state secrets could be a threat to national security.”

Source: express.co.uk

Made In Israeli Settlements

Dutch Zionist store owners highlight settlement goods to protest EU

A store owned by Dutch Christian Zionists advertised to its customers products from Israeli settlements to protest an EU requirement that they be labeled separately.

The Israel Products Center in Nijkerk, a town situated 20 miles east of the Dutch capital, advertised the products in question specifically in a letter dated Feb. 10 by Pieter van Oordt, the store’s director, to its database of thousands of clients.

Made In Israeli Settlements

 

Among the products he recommended because they were made in Israeli settlements were wines made by the Jerusalem Hills and Zion Noblesse wineries, dates and a new shipment of olive products by the Shilo brand, which the store is expecting in May.

In the past, the store made no distinction between settlement products and ones from inside Israel’s internationally-recognized borders but Van Oordt wrote that the decision to highlight the former follows the adoption in November by the European Commission of regulations that require separate labeling for products that originate from Israeli settlements in the West Bank, east Jerusalem and the Golan Heights.

“Regardless of the biblical and political arguments against the decision to partition Israel in such a way, it is also inhumane,” van Oordt wrote, citing the potential loss of livelihood for tens of thousands of Arab Palestinians who work in settlements. “These people deserve a salary to support their families,” he added.

In the letter, van Oordt wrote his store, which sells hundreds of made-in-Israel products, would wave shipment costs this month to encourage sales.

Separate labeling has not yet been implemented in the Netherlands. In November, it was taking place only in Britain, Denmark and Belgium. Arguing the measure was discriminatory, van Oordt added that products from other disputed territories around the world do not receive special labeling.

The Israel Product Center, one of Europe’s largest stores of its kind, was established in 1979 as part of Christians for Israel — an international organization headquartered in Nijkerk that was founded the same year by the late Karel van Oordt.

Source: jpost.com