Netherlands: Jews Release Fake News Polls on the Eve of Election

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 14, 2017

If there’s one thing I know about Jewish news polls, it’s that they’re always right.

It’s science, goyim.


The prospect of Geert Wilders emerging as the winner of Wednesday’s Dutch election was thrown into doubt by two polls on the eve of voting that showed his anti-Islam, anti-European Union Freedom Party slumping to fifth place in one survey and third in another.

The final poll from I&O Research showed Wilders’s party on 16 seats in the 150-member lower house of parliament, down four seats from a survey released just the day before. The last Ipsos survey before the election gave the Freedom Party 20 seats, a drop of three from last week. Both polls showed Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s Liberals gaining three seats — to 27 and 29 respectively.

Seriously though.


Erdogan has given the election to Wilders.

I mean. What timing that whole thing was. This Turkroach basically demonstrated to the entire country, the entirety of Europe, the whole world: “everything that Geert says is true.”

How do these things happen like this?

Well, friend, it’s through a little process I like to call “meme magic.”

Welcome to the new reality – where smart people come together and change the orientation of the universe with jokes and cartoons on the internet.

Voting doesn’t start for another 12 hours or so, but I’m just gonna go ahead and call it for Wilders.