Fueling the hysteria on the part of politicians like Steve King and Geert Wilders, a blockbuster new report details how a lack of Christian fecundity may leave the earth to others.
SPENGLER: Come to Me, My Mélenchony Baby. “In France, U.S. Conservatives Should Hope for Fillon.” More: Elsewhere in Europe, the alternative right has flopped. Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders polled lower than expected in last month’s Dutch elections. Germany’s Alternative fuer Deutschland is in chaos following the resignation of its chairman and lead candidate Frauke […]
Authored by Guy Milliere via The Gatestone Institute, None of Wilders's speeches incites violence against anyone; the violence that surrounds him is directed only at him. The only person talking about these problems is Geert Wilders....Show More Summary
Geert Wilders, the Netherlands' anti-Islam firebrand, says his Party for Freedom wants to field candidates in dozens of municipalities across the country in local elections next year. Wilders' party, with … Click to Continue »
Several weeks ago now, Republican Congressman Steve King tweeted that Dutch far right politician Geert Wilders rightly understands that whites cannot restore Western civilization with someone else’s babies. By someone’s else babies, he meant non-white babies. King believes Western civilization is...
Just like the mullahs, he wants to use state power to censor opinions contrary to his own.
Anti-Muslim demagogue Geert Wilders is a key figure in Dutch politics — and is part of a larger wave of far-right movements across the globe AlterNet's Ben Norton and Max Blumenthal published a detailed report on Geert Wilder's extreme far-right, anti-Muslim views and close ties to U.S. Show More Summary
It had to be galling. Geert Wilders, a member of Dutch Parliament, was found guilty three months ago of “inciting discrimination against Dutch Moroccans” – the very people who have been trying to kill him since at least 2003. Newsweek reported that he has to go around, “wearing a bulletproof vest and being shuttled between […]
Were the recent Dutch elections a success or failure for Geert Wilders and his brand of populism?
Amid the establishment’s cries of joy over the “defeat” of Geert Wilders, another important story was all but brushed under the carpet
On Saturday's AM Joy on MSNBC, during a discussion of the defeat of right-wing politician Geert Wilders's political party in the Netherlands, MSNBC analyst Christopher Dickey derided Donald Trump as a "right-wing extremist" and "lunatic" who is "nuts" as he theorized that Europeans are rejecting such politicians because of the U.S. Show More Summary
Geert Wilders' Islamophobia isn't a break from Dutch tolerance; he represents a dark corner of the nation's history.
Populists helped move the nation's mainstream parties to the right and transformed political norms despite falling short at the polls.
Earlier this week, Prime Minister Mark Rutte's ruling People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) won the most seats in parliament for the third time in a row, dealing a blow to far-right populist leader Geert Wilders. It was theShow More Summary
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - After fending off nationalist Geert Wilders at Monday's election, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte must patch together a stable coalition that reflects the rise of fringe parties that made huge gains on the left and right.
On last night's "Full Frontal," Samantha Bee celebrated the Great White Loss of Geert Wilders in The Netherlands. The far-right, White supremacist, anti-immigrant candidate was trounced in Dutch elections yesterday by 13 seats. Sam Bee...Show More Summary
The liberal media was quick to praise the second-place finish of far-right politics at the Dutch polls this week, where Geert Wilder’s alleged anti-immigration rhetoric lost to a center-right party led by the current prime minister. The Week also compared Wilder’s loss to U.S. President Donald Trump’s populism and wondered if populism is dead (seriously?!). […]
Geert Wilders may have been beaten into second place in the Dutch elections but the far-right MP will enjoy a magnified role in parliament and remain a force to be reckoned with, analysts said. While he failed in his aim of startingShow More Summary
America has Trump. The UK has Boris Johnson. And according to Trevor Noah, the Netherlands has Geert Wilders. SEE ALSO: Sean Spicer is Trump's dad in a 'Daily Show' parody of that BBC video In the video above, Noah breaks down the latest Dutch national election. Show More Summary
Host Trevor Noah weighed in on far-right candidate Geert Wilders crippling defeat in the Dutch election, and the Trump effect.