Yes I like that at least it is an attempt to mitigate the suicidal disaster immigration to Western nations has become. But I find it misguided and in a way, another manifestation of the problem it tries to address.
Essentially what happened was sometime, at least in Canada in the 1960’s we decided to cheapen our citizenship by reducing the criteria to come to Canada dramatically, as well as the criteria for citizenship once here. For example, in the 1950s, a person had to have the skills required to come, and certainly be squeaky clean the whole time they where here if they hoped to get actual citizenship status but that citizenship was solid. It was, as it should be, non-revocable. In this video, it appears as if they plan to cheapen citizenship in some other way by not addressing the problem and making it revocable.
I believe the vetting should be done first. Know who the person is, make the criteria reasonable and difficult so that you know the people who become new citizens are going to be and already are contributors to your nation both economically but also are culturally miscible. A nation, which is at least psychologically a sort of extended tribe, has not just a right to determine criteria for membership but a sacred responsibility to the members of that ‘super-tribe’ for lack of another term. We certainly can debate what those criteria are and mistakes will be made, but letting in millions of people who’s root-culture is one of conquest, barbarism and destruction of the host culture would be outside anyone’s criteria. After all, what does it take to become a Saudi citizen? Do they even allow immigration of any kind at all? This makes them at least in some ways, a tad smarter than us.
In fairness, the parts left untranslated from Dutch may actually state the PVV position very well as Geert tends to do in all things so far.
Any volunteers for a translation?