Following the results of the March 15 Dutch Parliamentary elections, pundits of the European Leftstream Media and the European Union political establishment signaled a great sigh of relief that the forces of “moderation,” multiculturalism, and European Union (EU) political power had successfully staved off the ‘far” right-wing challenge of Geert Wilders and his Freedom Party. The great issues were immigration, multiculturalism, Islam itself, the continuing subjugation of Dutch culture and nationalism to the globalist European Union, and heavy-handed political correctness by the EU and Dutch governments. Incumbent Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, and his supposedly center-right People’s Democratic Freedom Party (VVD) had led the voting by capturing 33 seats of 150 seats in the lower House of Parliament, while Wilders’ Freedom Party had won only 20.
Twenty-eight political parties competed, and thirteen were able to capture seats in Parliament. Rutte will need a total of 75 votes from four parties to form a government.
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