“To the Last Gasp, I Will Always Let My Voice Be Heard”

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Tuesday, 25 March 2014 18:08

Geert Wilders, the leader of the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands, gave an historic speech on March 22, 2014.

He spoke out spontaneously, without a prepared text, before answering media questions. His remarks were prompted by the recent controversy over an incident when his supporters chanted a call for "fewer Moroccans".

In the following video you'll notice a poignant parallel the PVV leader's words: one of his well-trained bodyguards stands behind him, constantly scanning the room in a professional manner, alert to the possibility that one of the thousands of people who want to kill Mr. Wilders may appear on the scene at any moment.

Source: Gates of Vienna



Australian Liberty Alliance, backed by anti-Islam Dutch MP Geert Wilders, set for launch

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Tuesday, 04 March 2014 07:43

CONTROVERSIAL anti-Islam Dutch MP Geert Wilders has revealed that a new party defending western values will be launched in Australia.
In a Youtube message, Mr Wilders said he would visit Perth next year to help launch the Australian Liberty Alliance, which he described as a freedom party.

"Many of you are disappointed with current political parties and have had enough of politicians who sell out western civilisation," he said.

Mr Wilders, whose Freedom Party is popular in the Netherlands, was the subject of rowdy protests by far Left groups when he toured Australia in February last year. His views were condemned by several political leaders and in some cases he had to find new meeting venues when worried hosts cancelled bookings.His visit was sponsored by the Q Society, an Australian "Islam-critical" group which is organising an international seminar this weekend in Melbourne.

Mr Wilders said he had been working with Q Society leaders on the new party, which would counter views such as all cultures are equal.
"It may seem like a big task but the winds are changing," he said.

Q Society president Debbie Robinson said her group would remain separate from the new party as an educational civil rights group.
"(However), individuals connected with the society are in the process of forming a political movement," she said.

Speakers at this weekend's conference include Stop Islamisation of Nations leaders Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer from the US. They were barred from entering Britain last year to speak at an English Defence League rally because their presence was deemed to "not be conducive to the public good".
Also participating are Babette Francis from the Endeavour Forum and social commentator Bill Muehlenberg



Geert Wilders in The Wall Street Journal

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Saturday, 22 February 2014 18:25

Today in The Wall Street Journal an interview with Geert Wilders.

Click here to read the full article


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