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11-25-2015 7:51 pm -
Geert Wilders, the leader of the Party for Freedom (Partij voor de Vrijheid, PVV) in the Netherlands, spoke in the Dutch parliament yesterday for the first time since the jihad massacre in Paris a week ago today. Mr. Wilders reiterated what he has been saying for years: that the Netherlands must stop importing Muslims, close its borders, and prevent mujahideen who are fighting in Syria from ever returning ďhomeĒ.

The arguments and questions aimed at him by his parliamentary critics (including a Turkish-Dutch member) were lame at best. It is becoming increasingly difficult for proponents of Multiculturalism to put forward convincing reasons why Mr. Wilders is wrong in his stance.

I havenít seen any poll results since the Paris atrocities, but the PVV was the most popular party in the Netherlands before the attacks. It will be interesting to see its numbers in the next poll.

Many thanks to H. Numan for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:



Mme Chairman,

129 innocent people, all murdered. Hundreds of casualties, three countrymen amongst them, friends, enjoying a drink together in cafť Le Carrillon or Le Petit Cambodge in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, girls, who a bit further in Pizzeria Casa Nostra enjoyed their Friday evening and the beginning of the weekend, became victims of the bullets from the Kalashnikovs of the Muslim terrorists.

Couples, who met at the terrace of restaurant La Belle Equipe, brutally and mercilessly killed. All those people, young people, who visited the concert in the Bataclan music hall, a bit further into the 11th arrondissement. Innocent people trapped like rats in a blind panic. The last they heard was the shout of evil, the proud cry of the enemy: ĎAllahu akhbar.í

Slaughtered in a carnage that knows no equal. Indescribable anguish. Indescribable. I have no words for it. All that pain, all that sorrow, all those innocent people who forcibly lost their partner, father, mother, brother, sister, friend and loved one in inhuman and almost unbearable grief.

Chairman, I share that grief. But I am also angry. Very angry. In Paris, so many people were brutally robbed of their lives by Muslim terrorists, amongst whom were returning Syria volunteers. According to the media, one of those terrorists entered Europe with the flow of refugees. How often havenít we warned about that?

Chairman, what happened this past weekend in France can happen tomorrow here in The Netherlands. That is the horrible reality. For the cabinet, this cabinet, our cabinet shamefully neglects its duty. The asylum procedure is one giant piece of Swiss cheese. Even impostors with forged papers can simply enter the process with all the associated risks. In this year alone nearly 12,000 people entered the asylum procedure without valid papers. Incredible!

We donít even know who we allow to enter. We really make it very easy for evildoers or terrorists. Chairman, not only returning Dutch Syrian volunteers, also terrorists or volunteers from France or Belgium, can enter our country easily at Hazeldonk with a trunk load of Kalashnikovs and bomb belts. Because the borders are wide open. Molenbeek, the Gaza strip of the Benelux, is a mere one hour drive from The Netherlands.

I said it during the debate we had in this Chamber in January of this year after the cowardly attacks, also in Paris, against Charlie Hebdo: how many attacks must take place, how many innocent victims must fall before you, Mr. Prime Minister, finally understand it?

Of course it is war. It has been war for 1400 years. That war is called jihad. Jihad is the core of Islam. That is not an opinion, but a fact. Thatís a given. The only question we should debate is: do we finally strike back or signal our capitulation? I say via the chairman to the prime minister we donít need strong words about war if you donít act accordingly. What exactly have you done since the Charlie Hebdo debate in January? 60,000 additional fortune-seekers entered our country. An Islamic invasion facilitated by you.

Last month alone 12,000 of them. According to the EU, next year three million will come. Thanks to your open borders, Mr. Rutte. And the prime minister does nothing.

However, I stand here for the security of the Dutch. Thatís the only thing that matters. And I say via the chairman to the prime minister with the utmost urgency:
Close the borders for returning Syrian volunteers and asylum seekers. That must be done now. Make sure those Syrian volunteers ó By my count, 40 at the beginning of the year, who returned to The Netherlands, who you allowed to return ó arrest them. Arrest them today. Weíve seen what happens in Paris if we donít do that.

We must prevent the same scenes in The Hague or Amsterdam, which will come if we donít arrest the enemy. Implement administrative detention, so we can preemptively arrest possible terrorists. If it is war, Mr. Rutte, then they are the enemy. We have to lock them up. There is no alternative. If you donít do that, you are not the leader of The Netherlands; you are from the softiesí department, the group of doctors that make festering wounds; you are from the department Ďletís look the other wayí; you are from the department Ďbend over for Brussels and kneel for Merkelí

If you donít refuse to do that, I will not support you any longer. And finally, as a closing remark, that Islam does not belong in The Netherlands. As long as we donít do anything, the attacks will keep coming. I know it; you all donít want to hear that. But it is the truth nevertheless.


Chairman man: Thank you Mr. Wilders, Mr. Segers has a question for you.

Mr. Segers (CU): Chairman, we are facing a great evil. The evil of jihadism. The big question is who are our comrades-in-arms? Mr. Wilders said weíve been at war against Islam for 1400 years. Weíve been at war with supporters of Islam for 1400 years. while itís Muslims who are in the front line against jihadism; while it is Kurdish Muslims who are fighting against this evil. A simple question for Mr. Wilders is the scenario he just painted: a battle against Islam is a battle against all Muslims. My question is: Does he want more or fewer opponents?

Wilders: Mme Chairman, I have fought for over ten years against Islam. I have never said I fight against Muslims. What nonsense! I never made that assertion.
Weíre fighting against Islam. Yes, Islam is an evil ideology. Yes, the life of Mohammed is the example of a warlord, an example we should set for people. Yes, the Koran is a fascistic violent book. Certainly. That is not to say Muslims arenít the victims of it. That is not to say that weíre fighting against all Muslims.

I assure you, when you look at the major attacks in Europe during the last ten years, in Madrid, in Paris, in the Jewish museum in Brussels, in London, our own Theo van Gogh in Amsterdam! All have in common the violent inspiration of Islam.
And I say to you, Mr. Segers, as long as we donít recognize this, As long as we subscribe to the political nonsense stories, and I donít say you do that Mr. Segers,
in general terms, nothing will change in The Netherlands and attacks will happen.


Mr. Segers: 9 out of 10 victims of jihadism are Muslims. 9 out of 10 fighters against jihadism are Muslims. There, in the region itself. I have lived for 9 years in the region. I know the danger of jihadism. I know the world of Islam has its dark sides. I also know we have allies. I know we have potential allies. My question is: Are those the allies of Mr. Wilders?

Muslims who within their faith fight against jihadism. Are those Mr. Wildersí allies, yes or no?

Wilders: the more Muslims fighting against it the better. But where are they? Where are they? Iím not talking about the few in Rotterdam last week. I expected that hundreds of thousands of Muslims in Europe would demonstrate. To protest against what happened in Paris. I havenít seen them. I didnít see them then and I donít see them now. So those Ďalliesí of yours, are few on the ground.


Segers: they were there. They were demonstrating near the mosque in RotterdamÖ

(Wilders, interrupting) Hardly!

Segers: There are Kurds, thousands of Kurds, who fight against IS. My message to Mr. Wilders is: Do not alienate potential allies. Rather stand together shoulder to shoulder against jihadism. That is a different language. A different language from that spoken by Mr. Wilders here.

Wilders: Chairman, we hardly saw any protests, alas. If only they demonstrated! But I do say to Mr. Segers: We must de-Islamise our country We should get rid of Islam. That is the only solution. Stop appeasing Islam. If we donít do that weíll keep the grief and misery of the last decade. We took the Trojan horse into Europe.
We didnít require them to assimilate. We pampered them wherever possible. We didnít act against the aggressive elements amongst them, which weíll have to do eventually.

We must start by closing the borders. Closing our borders to Muslims, to fortune-seekers. We donít even know who is crossing our borders. 12,000 Muslims, nearly all without proper papers. We simply gave them entrance. That is asking for trouble! I donít know why you interrupt me with Ďthose are our alliesí. They arenít all our enemies. But that ideology is deadly dangerous.


Kuzu (independent Turkish Muslim): Chairman, I connect to an event of recent days: Very few Muslims demonstrated. In Rotterdam we held a worthy meeting.
In several communities we [Muslims] observed very respectfully a minute of silence. In Amsterdam Muslims and Jews protested hand in hand against the filthy attacks in Paris.

How can it be that Mr. Wilders to Islam added this, Muslims just happen to believe in Islam, shelves the problem, not participating to a solution.

Wilders: both arenít true. Iím talking about the evil villainous ideology, not about its adherents. That you donít differentiate says more about you than about me. For I didnít do that. And secondly, there were hardly any [demonstrators]. A few people at best, there were more NOS [state broadcaster] reporters, eager to broadcast that three million were gathered there.

That wasnít the case. It really wasnít. The reality is, I havenít seen any mass demonstration anywhere in The Netherlands or in Paris, or elsewhere, where Muslims turn out in large numbers, stating: ĎThis is not my Islam!í I havenít seen them! As long as I donít see them, there is a minority who can do what they do, because the majority tolerates it. Thatís whatís going on. [Parliamentarians slamming on their tables]


Kuzu: Mr. Wilders shuts his eyes to the truth. For they were there. If you donít want to see them, you wonít see them. My rallying cry here is that we should together make a fist against terror. A fist against terrorism. Muslims and non-Muslims. Of all religions, united. And that is, in my opinion, the battle we must fight. What I see here is that Mr. Wilders lives in a phony reality. He is sowing discord. My question is: Why do you do that constantly?

Wilders: The reality is that for decades we in Europe have seen attacks everywhere,
of Allahu-akhbar-shouting people, from Madrid to Amsterdam. From the Jewish museum in Brussels to the subway in London. Which took place because we allowed mass migration from Islamic countries. We didnít do that, other political factions did that. What we also see is that a mass protest never occurs. I tell you: I do not want to sow discord. I want The Netherlands to become a safe country. We have all this misery since we imported Islam. What I say is that we must de-Islamize The Netherlands to make it safer.


Kuzu: Chairman, with that alone you wonít get far. If weíre going to fight terrorism together, we have to do it together. That means you should differentiate between Muslims and non-Muslims or islamiets and non islamiets [islamiet = follower of Islam] That we have to do together.

We must think about the safety of our country, we should stand shoulder to shoulder. Not just the cry of Mr. Wilders, which we have heard for more than eleven years. It happens in our society, and I see it happen more often. All terror experts agree we have to fight the matrix. The NCTV [Dutch anti terror organization] states that Mr. Wildersí expressions act as a magnet for terror. How do you see your part in all this? You are a terror magnet, Mr. Wilders!

Wilders: Mr. Kuzu called me a tumor; then he called me Hitler. He can call me whatever he wants, I donít care. I stand here for one thing alone: the security of The Netherlands, and to fight evil. The name of that evil is Islam. I.S.L.A.M., Islam.


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