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“The Netherlands Has Become the Victim of Islam”

Geert Wilders gave a speech today in the Dutch Parliament about the Islamization of the Netherlands, and the need to roll back Islamic immigration. A translated transcript of his words is below.

A video of the speech (in Dutch, hat tip Steen) is available here.

Speech by Geert Wilders during parliamentary debate in the Netherlands

Madam Speaker, actually I was expecting flowers from you. I am celebrating an anniversary these days. Exactly ten years and two days ago, I left a party whose name I cannot immediately remember. During these ten years and two days, I have been much criticized. Most importantly for always saying the same thing.

My critics are right. Indeed, my message had been the same during all these years. And today, I will repeat the same message about Islam again. For the umpteenth time. As I have been doing for ten years and two days.

I have been vilified for my film Fitna. And not just vilified, but even prosecuted. Madam Speaker, while not so many years ago, everyone refused to broadcast my film Fitna, we can today watch Fitna 2, 3, 4 and 5 daily on our television screens. It is not a clash of civilizations that is going on, but a clash between barbarism and civilization.

The Netherlands has become the victim of Islam because the political elite looked away. Here, in these room, they are all present, here and also in the Cabinet, all these people who looked away. Every warning was ignored.

As a result, also in our country today, Christians are being told: “We want to murder you all”. Jews receive death threats. Swastika flags at demonstrations, stones go through windows, Molotov cocktails, Hitler salutes are being made, macabre black ISIS flags wave in the wind, we hear cries, such as “**** the Talmud”, on the central square in Amsterdam.

Indeed, Madam Speaker, this summer, Islam came to us.

In all naivety, Deputy Prime Minister Asscher states that there is an “urgent demand” from Muslims to “crack down” on this phenomenon. Last Friday, in its letter to Parliament, the Cabinet wrote that jihadists are hardly significant. They are called a “sect”, a “small” group.

This is what those who look away wish, these deniers of the painful truth for 10 years and two days, the ostrich brigade Rutte 2.

But the reality is different. According to a study, 73% of all Moroccans and Turks in the Netherlands are of the opinion that those who go to Syria to fight in the jihad are “heroes”. People whom they admire.

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  1. Belgium told to compensate extradited terror suspect:

    Belgium was wrong to extradite a former Tunisian professional footballer turned convicted Al-Qaeda fighter to the United States and must pay him compensation, Europe’s top rights court ruled Thursday.

    Nizar Trabelsi, who was arrested just two days after the September 11 attacks in 2001, was sentenced to 10 years in jail in 2003 for plotting a suicide truck bombing against a Belgian air base where American troops are stationed.

    The 43-year-old was extradited to the United States in October 2013 where he faces a possible life sentence without possibility of parole.

    But the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, ruled that the Belgian government must pay Trabelsi 60,000 euros ($79,000) in damages and 30,000 euros in costs.

    The court said the possibility of an irreducible life term violated the “prohibition of torture” article in the European Convention of Human Rights.

    It also ruled that Belgium’s failure to observe a suspension of extradition ordered by the court had breached an article in the convention regarding the protection of a citizen’s rights of appeal.

    Belgium had further made it more difficult for him to appeal before his extradition by keeping him in solitary confinement, the court ruled.

    Washington had sought his extradition since 2008, suspecting him of also being behind a more devastating Al-Qaeda plot.

    A US indictment accused Trabelsi of meeting Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan in the spring of 2001 to volunteer for a suicide attack against US interests.

    He then allegedly prepared for the attack in the following months by obtaining chemicals in Europe and enlisted associates to help him scout a US military facility used by the US government and US Air Force.

    In June 2001, Trabelsi traveled to Pakistan to obtain money from an Al-Qaeda associate to carry out the mission, according to the indictment. He rented an apartment a month later in Brussels and purchased chemicals to produce a 1,000-kilogram (2,200-pound) bomb.

    Trabelsi faces US terror charges including conspiring to kill Americans outside the United States.

    Trabelsi played football in Germany for Fortuna Dusseldorf, but later fell into drug use and became drawn towards extremist ideology.

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