About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

22 Replies to “Geert Wilders: Dutch Parliament, calls on Prime minister and minister of justice to act or resign”

  1. Poll: 54 Percent Want Congress to Back Obama’s Authorization Against ISIS (nbcnews, Feb 13, 2015)

    “A majority of Americans support President Barack Obama’s proposed authorization to use force against ISIS, the Islamic State group, according to an exclusive NBC News/Marist poll conducted after Obama sent his authorization to Congress. But the public is divided when it comes to having confidence in the president’s strategy against ISIS, as well as whether Obama will be remembered more for ending a war – like the Iraq war – or starting a new one.

    On Wednesday, the president announced that he was asking Congress to vote to allow the use of U.S. military force against ISIS. His proposed authorization would last for three years and would have no geographical limitations. It also calls for flexibility for limited ground operations by the U.S. military, but rules out a longstanding ground force. When told these details, 54 percent of Americans say they want their member of Congress to vote for this authorization. This includes a majority of Democrats (60 percent), Republicans (52 percent) and independents (51 percent).

    Just 32 percent of all respondents want their member of Congress to vote against such an authorization. But confidence in Obama’s strategy to combat ISIS is mixed – with 45 percent having a “great deal” or a “good amount” of confidence, versus 48 percent who have little to no confidence. And Americans are divided over whether President Obama will be remembered more for ending a war (40 percent) or starting a new one (44 percent).

    These numbers break along party lines, with 59 percent of Democrats saying Obama will be remembered for ending a war, compared with 62 percent of Republicans who say he’ll be remembered for starting a new one…”

  2. Look at the nearly empty chamber as Wilders delivered the glaringly obvious truth to people determined not to listen and far too ignorant and arrogant to even attend their Parliament or pretend to care. Shame on them and their fellow traitors throughout Europe.

    • For almost a decade Winston Churchill would speak to a nearly empty chamber in the House of Commons. Very few politicians were interested in what this ‘Naziphobe’ warmonger had to say. They either ignored him or mocked him.
      By 1939 the British government were beginning to think that he might have a point. They reluctantly agreed to declare war on Germany after the invasion of Poland. By 1940, they knew that Churchill definitely had a point, and by 1943 they knew that he had been right all along and was years ahead of anybody else.
      Could history be repeating itself?

  3. I’m feeling discouraged and depressed over the closing of Sun TV. I see Geert and Hirsi and Robert and Brigitte and Stephen and Mark and Daniel and Bill – all making their points brilliantly to people who are not listening and who really do not care as long as they keep getting their paychecks and their easy lives for the jobs they do of being perfect little team players who are immune to facts and never, ever think for themselves. I’m discouraged by the relentlessness of the left, the grip they have on the media, and the way they just keep coming and coming, regardless of facts, events, or anything else. How can 78% of American Democrats, for instance, still think that Obama is doing a great job? How can most Canadians think Justin Trudeau would make a great Prime Minister? How can they be so freaking stupid? The American president switches to the other side and the lefties still think he’s doing a great job. Very discouraging. And Ezra loses his job but gets to keep the $80,000 lawfare judgement. Bad beat after bad beat…

      • Yes, but at fifty-million dead, it’s hard to call World War II a “success”. If the left wingers had not done exactly what they are doing now, they would have taken Hitler down early and the whole thing might have been avoided. But at least back then they weren’t letting millions of Germans move into the West in preparation for the fight. At least our armies didn’t have to go house-to-house, street-to-street in their own countries like they’re going to have to do when our time comes.

        • I know we are further down just before a shooting war then we were just before WWII, that doesn’t mean we should take consul of our fears. We can still win war if we fight if we don’t freedom will die out for a long time.

          Yes a lot of people died in WWII but about half of the world remained free, that was what the war was about freedom.

  4. Should have tuned in to Sun News. The fatally deluded Kayla Mueller in her own words.

    Frontpage Mag: The Real Kayla Mueller


    “Oppression greets us from all angles. Oppression wails from the soldiers radio and floats through tear gas clouds in the air. Oppression explodes with every sound bomb and sinks deeper into the heart of the mother who has lost her son. But resistance is nestled in the cracks in the wall, resistance flows from the minaret 5 times a day and resistance sits quietly in jail knowing its time will come again. Resistance lives in the grieving mother’s wails and resistance lives in the anger at the lies broadcasted across the globe. Though it is sometimes hard to see and even harder sometimes to harbor, resistance lives. Do not be fooled, resistance lives.”

  5. Chris Jones ‘’ I’m feeling discouraged and depressed’’ Yes, that’s how I feel at times like this watching Wilders speak to a nearly empty chamber as incompetent politicians refuse to listen to warnings of an obvious threat, But things are improving, and going back just 5 or 6 years there were fewer voices sounding the alarm and they were automatically denounced as racists and scoffed at, which isn’t always the case now. I agree with Softly Bob, history is repeating itself and it may not happen in my lifetime but the fundamentalists and terrorists will be defeated, resistance will grow as people become sickened by their atrocities and the failing impoverished societies these savages always create.

    • The war we are fighting will last 100 years or more, while medical science is working to vastly extend the human life span I doubt many people will live to see the end of this war.

  6. This is my first time visiting Vlad’s blog so excuse me for being a NooB.

    Just wanted to shout out that I appreciate the support for problems also in my country (the Netherlands) and many opinions in the comments make total sense, I hope Winston Wilders is lighting the fire on a candle that needs to burn. I start to believe this is happening as we speak, people are waking up and are done with the ruining of OUR society where everybody is/was welcome.


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