November 25, 2023

NETHERLANDS: Longtime Commie Socialist Prime Minister Suddenly Resigned Back in July. Politician Representing Party For Freedom, Country First And Anti-EU Just Won The Prime Minister Election.

Remember, everything that is on the right side of far-Left Communism is now considered far-Right. (emphasis mine)

UPDATE 11/25/23 at 10:18pm: I came back to elaborate on the point I made above. Pretty much any person who does not think like the far-Left are considered far-Right fascist nazis. So even if you're a Liberal tree hugging hippie on the Left who kindly disagrees with the psychopath NWO globalist anti-human agenda, you are considered a far-Right fascist nazi to the far-Left totalitarian pscyhopaths whose Agenda 2030 goal is based on a anti-human depopulation eugenics strategy. But the interesting thing is that there are politicians that are not far-Left, but are members of the globalist Luciferians and secretly aligned with far-Left Commies that we must acknowledge and vote out of office. The Commies are on the Left and on the Right side too. (emphasi mine)
DW News published July 8, 2023: Dutch PM Rutte resigns after coalition splits over migration. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has announced his resignation, after his governing coalition fell apart. The four parties failed to agree on measures to address immigration. Crisis talks between partners fell apart late Friday evening. Rutte is the Netherlands' longest-serving leader. His government will stay on in caretaker mode, until new elections later this year.
Sky News Australia published July 8, 2023: Prime Minister Mark Rutte resigns following Dutch government collapse. Prime Minister Mark Rutte has resigned following the Dutch government's collapse over failing to reach an agreement on curbing immigration with the populist pro-farmer BBB party in a chance of claiming power in the next general election. Sky News host Rowan Dean discussed the collapse of Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte with Webster University Assistant Professor Ralph Schoellhammer.
Euractiv published October 3, 2023: The 2023 Dutch Elections Explained. The Netherlands, known for its unpredictable electorate, is undergoing a transformation with the resignation of long-serving Prime Minister Mark Rutte. Discover the economic powerhouse that is the Netherlands, its upcoming elections, and the parties in contention. Learn about Mark Rutte's legacy and the emergence of the New Social Contract, the Agrarian movement (BBB), and the alliance between the Labour and Green parties. Explore the role of smaller parties and potential election scenarios, including coalitions that could shape the country's future on issues like the economy, immigration, and climate.
EU Made SIMPLE published November 22, 2023: The Dutch Elections Explained. In a landmark election, Dutch voters have resoundingly backed Geert Wilders' right-wing Party for Freedom, echoing a rising wave of right-wing populism across Europe. This significant political shift in the Netherlands raises crucial questions about its implications for both the nation and the European Union. "EU Flash" will explore these dynamics, providing clear, concise analysis.
FRANCE 24 English published November 23, 2023: Dutch election winner Geert Wilders: An anti-Islam firebrand known as the Dutch Donald Trump. He's been called the Dutch Donald Trump. He's been threatened with death countless times by Islamic extremists, convicted of insulting Moroccans and Britain once banned him from entering the country. Now Geert Wilders has won a massive victory in a Dutch election and is in pole position to form the next ruling coalition and possibly become the Netherlands' next prime minister.
Reuters pubilshed November 23, 2023: Far-right populist Wilders wins Dutch election. Far-right populist Geert Wilders wants to be the Netherlands' next prime minister and would focus his efforts on curbing immigration, he said following a landmark election win that will have repercussions in the Netherlands and beyond.

Reuters News
written by Johnny Cotton, Toby Sterling and Bart H. Meijer
Wednesday November 22, 2023

AMSTERDAM - Far-right populist Geert Wilders wants to be the Netherlands' next prime minister and would focus his efforts on curbing immigration, he said following a landmark election win that will have repercussions in the Netherlands and beyond.

Wilders' win sent a warning shot to mainstream parties across Europe ahead of European Parliament elections next June, which will likely be fought on the same issues as the Dutch election: immigration, cost of living and climate change.

"We've had it with the old politicians," voter Herman Borcher said in the eastern town of Enschede, summing up the mood.

A fan of former U.S. President Donald Trump and Hungary's eurosceptic Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Wilders is openly anti-Islam, and anti-EU and said "the Netherlands will be returned to the Dutch."

But his most radical ideas - and in particular any plans to take the country out of the EU or ban the Koran - will be rejected by other parties he must work with in order to form a coalition government, meaning he will have to compromise.

That has not stopped fellow populists across the continent from welcoming his win as showing that "a new Europe is possible."

Beating all predictions, Wilders' Freedom Party (PVV) won 37 seats out of 150 on Wednesday, well ahead of 25 for a joint Labour/Green ticket and 24 for the conservative People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) of outgoing Prime Minister Mark Rutte. Coalition talks are expected to take months.

"I would be very happy to become the Dutch prime minister, of course," Wilders told party members who welcomed him with champagne and cake, adding that he was willing to negotiate.

"We are eager to do that, because it gives us a lot of responsibilities, this huge win at the Dutch elections, and we really want to live up to it."

Wilders said he was in favour of a referendum on whether the Netherlands should leave the EU.

"But the first thing is a significant restriction on asylum and immigration," Wilders said. "We don't do that for ourselves, we do that for all Dutch people who voted for us".

Net migration to the Netherlands doubled in 2022 from a year earlier to around 223,000 people, data from Statistics Netherlands shows. Some 64% of immigrants last year had a European background, with a quarter of arrivals having a background in Ukraine.


Rene Cuperus, a senior research fellow at global affairs think-tank the Clingendael Institute said 80% of the Dutch were in favour of EU membership and an exit was not in the cards, nor was Wilders' idea of banning the Koran likely to materialise.

"It's not an anti-Islam vote. It's not an anti EU vote. No, it's more a middle finger against the establishment in The Hague," Cuperus said, referring to the city where the government is based.

"It's an anti-establishment signal ... to really warn the established parties to fix the housing market crisis and to fix migration."

But French and German ministers signalled there were still reasons to be concerned.

"The high level of support for anti-European forces in the Netherlands is bitter," Germany's EU Minister Anna Luehrmann said. "All pro-Europeans must now work to ensure that this does not happen again in the European elections."

Wilders opposes Kyiv's bid to join the EU and has repeatedly said the Netherlands should stop providing arms to Ukraine.

Islamic and Moroccan organisations, and other rights groups, expressed concerns about Wilders' victory in a country where Muslims make up about 5% of the population.

"We have great concerns about the future of Islam and Muslims in the Netherlands," said Muhsin Koktas, of Dutch Muslim organisation CMO.

All eyes will now turn to Wilders' potential government partners who had expressed serious doubts about working with him during the campaign, but were now less outspoken after his win.

On Friday, party leaders will meet to decide on an 'explorer', a political outsider who will hear from each party what possibilities they see and prefer in coalition talks.

written by Diederik Baazil
November 26, 2022 ๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿ‘ˆ

The Netherlands laid out plans to buy out hundreds of farms near nature reserves, an attempt to quell the fury of Dutch farmers over its goal of halving nitrogen emissions by 2030.

The government will acquire large nitrogen emitters as part of a voluntary and one-time offer, said Nitrogen Minister Christianne van der Wal-Zeggelink in a letter to the parliament in the Hague. The cabinet has set aside €24.3 billion to fund the transition.

The target, designed to comply with European Union rules on reducing nitrogen pollution, prompted uproar among farmers shortly after it was first presented in June. If implemented, the government’s plan would require cuts of as much of 95% in emissions in some provinces and see the livestock population in the Netherlands reduced by a third over the next eight years.

The protests drew global headlines this summer as farm-owners brought their cows to the Hague, blocking roads and prompting the agriculture minister to quit.

Read: Dutch Government Faces Pushback Over Nitrogen Emission Cuts

If not enough farmers sell their businesses, then the government may have to force some of them out of business, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said in a press conference on Friday.

The Netherlands is the second-largest exporter of agricultural products, with estimated exports of 104.7 billion euros ($111 billion) in 2021, according to Wageningen University. Cattle and fertilizers are key sources of nitrogen emissions.


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