- Posted by Amy Mek
- On July 6, 2020
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- asylum seekers, Dutch, George Floyd, institutional racism, Labour Party, Left-Wing, Migrants, Mirgants, Netherlands, Parliament, Party for Freedom, PvdA, PVV, racism, systemic racism
The death of George Floyd in America has been exploited by Marxists as a launchpad to “spark” mass demonstrations across the Western world, the latest country being the Netherlands. Left-wing parties and their complicit media are promoting false inflammatory narratives that have had dangerous consequences to societies such as riots, deadly attacks, mass looting and further destruction.
Embracing this unprecedented opportunity to push further division, left-wing parties in the Netherlands seized the opportunity and called for a debate in the the Dutch Parliament (2nd Chamber) July, 1, 2020, on whether their country has had an ongoing problem with so-called “systemic racism”. The Donald Trump of the Netherlands, politician Geert Wilders of the Party for Freedom (PVV), slammed his fellow parliamentarians’ unfounded claims of “institutional racism” and to the contrary asserted that discrimination is aimed toward the native Dutch.
Wilders cited the example of tens of thousands of illegal migrants being handed endless provisions such as free rental housing while the native Dutch are denied. “80,000 social rental homes went to asylum seekers,” he said, “while native Dutch people have to wait.” He continued, “that is pure discrimination against the Dutch.”
Wilders also cited a study that shows 95 percent of Dutch people see no problem having relationships with someone of a different color. The left has now created a “hysterical discrimination virus” which is being spread around the world, claimed Wilders. “There is no racism problem here,” he stated, “The Netherlands is one of the most tolerant countries in the world.” Despite his country’s generosity and self-sacrifice, the left continues to push the false narrative that the Netherlands is a racist country.
Instead of the left-wing politicians pushing their false racism narrative in order to discredit the west and its institutions, Wilders implored them to “care as much for the Dutch and the PvdA [left-wing party] voters, who have been subordinated and discriminated against as natives in favor of the others.”
Watch the following two excerpts taken from Geert Wilders’ powerful parliament speech:
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Many thanks to Fousesquawk to for the translations:
Madam President, I do not contribute to the climate, I cite facts and of course, there isn’t enough building in the Netherlands. The truth is that from 2013-14 to 2017-18, 80,000 social rental homes went to asylum-seekers. 80,000 social rental homes. That is about the same as the number of new homes that have been built over those years. They have all gone — the new homes — all gone to people who were asylum-seekers, status [residence permit] holders we call them, but they were asylum-seekers. That is pure discrimination against the Dutch. Your mailbox should also be full of messages from people who say, “Yes, I myself, or my daughter have been on the waiting list five years, and we have as yet gotten nothing.” And the asylum-seekers come first. That is not creating a climate, that is a fact, and with that you undermine the support for exactly what you want. My statement is not that you are insincere when it comes to fighting racism, but please, first, don’t make the problem bigger than it is, and second, care as much for the Dutch and the PvdA voters, who have been subordinated and discriminated against as natives in favor of the others.
Yes, Chairwoman, what a terrible story from the chairman of the PvdA [Labour party] He pretends that it is very bad in the Netherlands vis-à-vis racism and discrimination. He acts as if it is so bad in the Netherlands with its racism and discrimination. And I have news for him. This is not the case. This is not the case, and naturally every incident when anyone who experiences something [bad] is one too many, but the picture from you, what you lay out, more like a father, Madame Chairwoman, is an insult to all Dutch people. It is an insult to all Dutch people, the picture you outline that the Netherlands is a racist country, that it is really bad in the Netherlands. I have news for you, Colleague Asscher. The Netherlands is one of the most tolerant countries in Europe. The Netherlands is one of the countries where racism, for example by color, occurs the least. So stop making things bigger than they are.