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Geert Wilders; Marked for Death, Author and Possible next Prime Minister of Netherlands Interview: NEXIT- Take Netherlands Out of the European Union


LISTEN NOW! The need for a voice sounding out against the established policies of government and politics is not only happening in America, it is also happening in the European country of The Netherlands. Geert Wilders is continually known as an outspoken voice against the politics of government. As CBN reports, he may be carrying out a similar shakeup of the established government in the Netherlands as President Donald Trump is doing in America, just don’t call Wilders ‘The Donald Trump of the Netherlands’.

Wilders is a resounding voice against the European Union and its presence in Europe. With his outspoken stance on government, he isn’t against all government, as he himself is a politician. His most recent comments have received backlash considering it “hate speech”. His crime? He stated that “there are too many Moroccans in the Netherlands”. As he continues to share the evidence that served as the foundation for his comments, he shared this. “80 percent of the Dutch jihadists who go to fight in Syria are Moroccans. 80 percent. They are 22 times over represented when it comes to street crime, and 60 percent of the Moroccan youth under the age of 23 has been arrested at least once…” What he also describes as “ridiculous” is the Dutch judge that decided to consider Moroccans as a “race”.
Wilders is not the only one who has made these observations. According to Wilders, “The people are fed up by if they say something about the influx of the mass immigration from mostly Islamic countries”. He continues, “what they really feel is the threat for the safety of their daughters who go to school or their parents who walk in the park or themselves going shopping on a Thursday evening in Holland – they are being called racist if they make a remark about, ‘hey this is not our country anymore.’”
What makes the times increasingly strenuous on the Dutch economy is the double standards that are taking place within the Dutch government. Wilders explains, “…our government has spent billions of euros on them, and the Dutch people know. They have had the past few years enormous, tough, austerity measures. Pensions were cut. The public health services for elderly people were cut.” While this was happening, the government had a different take on those coming into the country. “And at the same time people saw while the government has these enormous austerity measures, that the government spent billions of euros on asylum seekers who really weren’t asylum seekers but migrants looking for a better life.”
Looking at the picture as a whole, Wilders isn’t focused on the asylum seekers, but the government. “I don’t even blame the people for trying to have a better life here. I blame our government for allowing it to happen; for not saying ‘enough is enough you are not a refugee’, we have to defend our own country and close our borders.” As is true with America, as is true with every nation, Wilder addresses the urgent priority of an established border. “A country without a border is like a person in a house without a front door. Anybody can enter and you cannot ask anybody to leave.”
Nationalism is beginning to happen again in the world, as was addressed by Rick Joyner. It is okay to be Israeli. It is okay to get our nation back to its original intentions. The enemy wants a borderless society. God has the ability and control to establish a nation, as well as the full capabilities to take down a nation. Hear the full discussion about what is taking place in The Netherlands, in Europe, the full interview with Geer Wilders, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: NEXIT, President Donald Trump, The European Union, The Roman Empire, 24 -hour police security, and the media. Greg and John shared in this segment. 
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