Thoughts on the Wilders Failure

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 16, 2017

Anti-Moslem, anti-EU politician Geert Wilders lost in the Netherlands last night.

It wasn’t even close.


The Netherlands’ ruling People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy has won the majority of seats in parliamentary elections held on Wednesday, according to exit polls and unofficial counts. Geert Wilders’ Party for Freedom is tied second with two other parties.

The People Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) has secured 31 out of 150 seats in the Dutch parliamentary elections, according to the first exit polls released by national broadcaster NOS. According to the unofficial partial vote count conducted by the national ANP news agency, VVD is poised to win 32 seats.

“This poll shows that people trust us,” Tamara van Ark, VVD campaign manager said, according to NOS.

The VVD’s main rival, the right-wing PVV movement led by Wilders secured 19 seats in the house of representatives.

This was, effectively, a referendum on both Islamization and the EU, which are part of the same Jew-globalist white genocide package, and the people decided they support it.

It’s a difficult thing for me, as the decision was so cut and dry. It was a straightforward proposal.

Netherlands has said: “We want to be destroyed.”

“Being conquered and exterminated by foreign hordes is better than being called a racist.” -The Dutch, 2017

Of course, we can be certain that the tipping vote was on nonwhites and women, but we in the US had a worse situation with those factors involved and still pulled off a Trump win.

However, the Netherlands is an extreme country. It has been degenerate for a very long time. I don’t think this speaks for the rest of Europe. It’s also a small country and this doesn’t really matter in a practical sense. They are not especially influential.

The difficult part is that this was supposed to be a foreshadowing of the French election, which is going to be very difficult for Le Pen in the second round. If Netherlands had voted for Wilders, it would have given hesitant French voters “permission” to do the same.

The upshot is that Geert Wilders will not be setting the nationalist narrative for Europe. He was an extreme pro-Jew figure, and his win would have meant others would follow suit with the pro-Jew narrative.

Le Pen is a bit different on that front (PUN INTENDED LOL]. She has changed the party line to be more pro-Jew, but the party was founded on anti-Semitism and many members still are anti-Semitic. The pro-Jew stuff is looked at as purely PR on her part.

So if she wins first, that will set a better standard of victory than Wilders would have.