Geert Wilders’s closing remarks at the latest in a 10 year series of trials

This is important. This is how, whatever it is we have in the West that has supplanted rule of law, is used to crush opposition to cultural-Marxism. Geert summarizes it well. But the takeaway must be that opposition to leftist policy is now a criminal offence, even when it is the actual job description of the one doing it, and the person was elected by over a million adult citizens to do this critically important job in any democracy.

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7 Replies to “Geert Wilders’s closing remarks at the latest in a 10 year series of trials”

  1. But the takeaway must be that opposition to leftist policy is now a criminal offence

    That pretty much sums up the situation in all Western Nations, we are still paying lip service to the ideas of freedom and the rule of law but in truth we are sliding down a slippery slope to communist slavery. We are at the point where we must fight or submit, we must decide if our children will be free or slaves?

    Make you decision now because tomorrow may be too late.

  2. After years of seeing videos like this, I cannot bear to view this clip. The indescribable anguish of watching a sane man like Wilders battle against a corrupt judicial system in his now-endless struggle to save Holland from Muslim enslavement is wearing on me.

    This obscene spectacle of a once-great nation voluntarily bending its neck for the Islamic yoke is more than vomit-worthy, it signals the strong potential for another World War-style European conflict as Muslims are prevented from obtaining the nuclear arsenals of either France or Britain.

    Just the potential loss of patrimony, not to mention permanent genetic damage, that would happen to a subdued Europe is enough to trigger this sort of widespread military action. Europe’s women, the future generations they carry in their ovaries, and the endless artistic paeans to them all will be crushed, psychologically and physically.

    • Well put, NR. It really is hard to watch. What a brave, strong man. Humour gets no blacker than his statement that he is already a prisoner, so the trial is a farce. And he isn’t alone in this. His brave wife remains by his side for 14 years of this hell. She should not go without mention.

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