Firebrand anti-Islam Dutch political Geert Wilders will return to court in May to appeal against his 2016 conviction for discrimination, judges ruled Thursday. But they rejected the defence request for other witnesses to be called. These included Prime Minister Mark Rutte and other former ministers, the Dutch broadcaster NOS said. Show More Summary
Two far-right Belgian and Dutch politicians slammed a ban against their planned "Islam safari" through a Brussels immigrant neighbourhood on Friday as a sign of Islam's sway over Europe. Dutch Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders and Filip...Show More Summary
The event has been arranged by Dutch anti-Islam leader Geert Wilders and Flemish nationalist Filip Dewinter.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Dutch politician Geert Wilders launched an appeal on Tuesday against his conviction last December for inciting discrimination in a trial he said was politically motivated.
A former spokesman for Geert Wilders has been convicted of buying cocaine, alcohol and clothes and funding personal travel with money embezzled from the Dutch anti-Islam lawmaker's party. A court … Click to Continue »
Holland's Geert Wilders and David Horowitz at AFA Awards Dutch Parliamentarian Geert Wilders, visiting Los Angeles to accept an American Freedom Alliance's Hero of Conscience Award, expresses optimism that support for patriotic candidates is growing, albeit more slowly than needed to protect cities from Islamic immigration and terrorism. Show More Summary
Dutch prosecutors have rejected an Austrian request to prosecute MP Geert Wilders over alleged inflammatory remarks about Islam during a visit to Vienna two years ago, officials said Wednesday. The decision comes after Austria requested...Show More Summary
Dutch investigators are probing firebrand MP Geert Wilders over alleged inflammatory remarks about Islam made in a speech in Austria two years ago, prosecutors said on Friday. The investigation into the anti-Islam Wilders follows a request...Show More Summary
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.