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Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders is on course to win the most votes in parliamentary elections on Wednesday that were dominated by debate around rising immigration in the Netherlands.
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Finally, the tide seems to be turning?
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Untitled //an invasion usually suggests hostile intent doesn't it//
Yes it does & that's exactly what it is. Have you not heard of 'The Great Replacement' it isn't a conspiracy theory it is actually happening all around us.
The French writer Renaud Camus as long ago as 1996 wrote, when making a survey of the department of Hérault, saw in medieval villages (and could have said similarly of parts of the UK).
There almost exclusively appeared a population never before seen in these parts, which by its dress, demeanour & even language seemed not to belong there but rather to another people, another culture, another history.
Erdogan has told the Muslims in Germany that every Muslim womb should bear a new Muslim baby in order, along with immigration, to outbreed the present indigenous population. It couldn't really be much clearer than that.
the great replacement theory was created by neonazis attempting to pivot and regain lost support in the 1970s. how unsurprising that you find it appealing khandro, you do often seem enchanted by far right ideology.
is there any proof that all (and i mean all) the people entering holland or europe are doing so with hostile intent? they are not organised in any way so there is no "refugee government" to hold accountable. i can understand worrying about security while asylum claims are being processed but to simply say that every last one of them is a hostile entity would seem to legitimise those who wish to "fight back" against the invader with violence if you catch my drift