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Behind The Scenes of Geert Wilders Trial

If Europeans are ever to stand a chance of unravelling the coils of laws constricting their throats, preventing their ability to speak out against the demographic redrawing of their countries or any other potential danger they may note, it may prove helpful understanding how this slow strangulation took shape. Although the gross unfairness of Geert Wilders’s prosecution is clear when ...

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Europe’s Anti-Establishment Movement “What America can do we can do as well.”

“America has just liberated itself from political correctness. The American people expressed their desire to remain a free and democratic people. Now it is time for Europe. We can and will do the same!” — Geert Wilders, Dutch MP, head of the Party for Freedom (PVV), and now on trial in the Netherlands for free speech. “2016 is, by the ...

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Geert Wilders Justice in the Netherlands

It is deeply troubling that the court already before the criminal trial has even begun, so obviously compromises its own impartiality and objectivity. Are other European courts also quietly submitting to jihadist values of curtailing free speech and “inconvenient” political views? If you are a politician and concerned about the future welfare of your country, you should be able to ...

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