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Fingers crossed the Dutch ditch the globalists and vote for their country today.

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While the voting has been mostly without incident, there has been one controversial moment during election day. Reports came out that a polling station within a Turkish Islamic cultural centre in Amsterdam had hung up Turkish flags and was broadcasting Turkish radio as members of the public went to cast their vote.

According to Dutch newspaper Telegraaf, the municipal authorities were made aware of the incident and went to the centre to make sure the flags and other items including leaflets for Diyanet, the Turkish government agency in charge of religion, were removed from the polling area. “Campaign expressions are not allowed in the polling station. We have sent someone there to correct it,” a spokesman from the municipality told the paper.

The controversy comes only days after Turkey and the Netherlands engaged in a large diplomatic row after the Netherlands banned two Turkish ministers from campaigning for a referendum to allow President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to abolish the office of prime minister.


Wilders said ahead of the voting this morning: “I feel very optimistic. We want to take out country back.” After casting his vote at around 9:30 am local time, Wilders remarked: “Whatever the outcome of the election today the genie will not go back into the bottle and this patriotic revolution, whether today or tomorrow, will take place.”


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Turnout for the election is expected to be over 80 per cent, and potentially as high as 85 per cent. This would easily surpass 2012’s national election in which 74.6 per cent of eligible voters participated. The increased demand has led to reports that some districts have even run out of ballot papers.

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Netherlands: Turnout today to surpass 80%, maybe even 85% (2012: 74.6%). Media reports some station have run out of ballots. #DutchElection

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  • Some areas have even reported turnouts of up to 100 per cent.


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  • This election sees one of the largest numbers of parties participating ever in Dutch national elections with 28 different parties on the ballot with 15 potentially getting seats in the parliament. The main rivalry has, however, come down to the party of Prime Minister Mark Rutte and the PVV of Geert Wilders.

The two party leaders engaged in a debate on Monday evening with Wilders slamming Rutte, calling him a “prime minister for foreigners”. He called on the Dutch to vote for his party which looks to combat Islamisation by closing all mosques in the country and banning the Quran.

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Ha, trouble with shooting off too early.

The exit polls suggest he has fewer seats than he went in with. But hey, lets see what the count reveals.

Just to remind you guys who see Wilders in some 'Der Fuehrer' light, his daddy was Jewish, and his Mommy was Indonesian. So there's a more than an even chance that his Mom was Muslim (gasp).

The guys a classic example of a Drittsekk :)
 

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Hillary killed it in exit polling, which led to early celebrations.
It didn't help that Trump's Deplorables made it a point to tell every exit poll they voted for hillary.
Good times!.. .. .. :2 thumbs up:
 

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Hillary killed it in exit polling, which led to early celebrations.
It didn't help that Trump's Deplorables made it a point to tell every exit poll they voted for hillary.
Good times!.. .. .. :2 thumbs up:
I hear ya,

But dont forget, us Europeans live in places that are smaller than most US States. If the media turned facts on their heads over here in the same way they did in the US saying HRC was a slam dunk, they'd have nowhere to hide :)

If the world is going to get 'Competitive' like it used to be, then the EU as a confederacy of European States makes a deal of sense when it comes to pooling resources so as to play in the big leagues ?

Viewed in those terms than the likes of Wilders and LePen are just fifth columnists selling a bill of goods aimed at helping the competition :)
 

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The mass immigration problem is the biggest issue. Economics is at best 1B or B. A weaker local currency will be better for exports anyway.
 

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The biggest problem Europe has is you are being invaded and overrun by muslim barbarians. Again.
If you don't fix that shit like yesterday none of your other problems are going to matter.

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I take it none of these idiots in charge have figured out only people on welfare can afford to breed? Working people are taxed to the limit and can barely afford to have a family. The parents both have to work full time just to pay for the human garbage their governments keep importing.
Cut tax rates so working people can gain a little wealth and your domestic birth rates will go up.

But then again the globalists goal is to eliminate white people anyway so I guess their plan is doing just swell.

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Dutch PM says people rejected 'wrong sort of populism after Brexit and Trump' as he beats far right MP Geert Wilders by 13 seats in election
  • PM Mark Rutte's VVD party forecast to get 33 seats and Wilders PVV party 20
  • He said the Dutch 'after Brexit and Trump, said no to the wrong kind of populism'
  • Represents increase of seven seats for Wilders, who had 12 before election
  • The Dutch election is seen as a test of anti-immigrant and nationalist feeling
  • Wilders had promised to deliver a Nexit and a 'patriotic revolution' to people
  • Instead European leaders praised Netherlands for 'stemming' right-wing rise


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4315374/Europe-braced-NEXIT.html#ixzz4bU6G0y8w
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That's too bad.
 

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Just keep churning out those wooden shoes and let the adults fix the problems of the world
 

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Its likely that as President Trump starts to kill off some sacred cows in the USA (see his budget plan) then politicians over here in Europe who may espouse something similar will get heard. But its going to be a longish road with no quick fixes.

Thats the trouble with demagogues like Wilders, Lepen, et al, they offer up the prospect of a quick turn around which of course is an illusion.

As for the inversion of the pension pyramid, at least Merkel seems to show that she's aware of the problem which is still some way off. But importing the culturally alien dont seem like a good fix. Its likely that the effects of a decade of ZIRP and its impact on private pensions will hit long before a state pension crisis, and it'll be Huge :)
 

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'He said the Dutch 'after Brexit and Trump, said no to the wrong kind of populism'

The whole thing is being spun by the media.

The dutch conservatives gained 66% at the cost of the socialists so 66% more people said NEXIT.

Great going I'd say.

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Thanks Uncle,

You are correct that we are not hearing much about it here, and what is, is spun

In addition, the silence here by the libtard media speaks to what you state.

If it would have been a big socialist win, you can bet they would be trumpeting from the rooftops.
 

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'He said the Dutch 'after Brexit and Trump, said no to the wrong kind of populism'

The whole thing is being spun by the media.

The dutch conservatives gained 66% at the cost of the socialists so 66% more people said NEXIT.

Great going I'd say.

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Thanks Uncle,

You are correct that we are not hearing much about it here, and what is, is spun

In addition, the silence here by the libtard media speaks to what you state.

If it would have been a big socialist win, you can bet they would be trumpeting from the rooftops.
Great points you two, thanks! .. .. .. :2 thumbs up:
 

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Represents increase of seven seats for Wilders, who had 12 before election
A success turned into a defeat by the MSM. Huge increase yet it is a loss. WTF? It takes some time to convince people to turn away from their lifetime of indoctrination.
 

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Fact still remains that Wilders and his mob, whilst being in the Dutch parliament, will have no impact on legislation.

Its also worth noting that Euroscepticism takes many forms in the EU, and by and large the model presented by Farage does not match the variants found in the other 27 members of the confederacy. Mainstream scepticism in mainland Europe tends towards recognising that the EU is far from perfect, and wanting to propel change on an evolutionary basis, rather than wanting to burn the whole house down which is the hall mark of the British model :)