Wilders, who vociferously opposes the displacement of Western culture by Islam, used terms such as testosterone bombs’ who ‘threaten our girls’ and ‘Islamic asylum tsunami’ when referring to the insurgents.
The predatory left insists on mischaracterizing the insurgents as "refugees."
Prime Minister Mark Rutte defended his defense of displacement by pretending there is no simple answer to the problem. He then passed the proverbial buck to the Dutch people claiming they understand his position.
Wilders heads the Party for Freedom.
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Prime minister Mark Rutte launched a strong attack on PVV leader Geert Wilders during the second day of debate on the government’s 2016 spending plans.
During his speech on Wednesday, Wilders had used phrases such as ‘Islamic asylum tsunami’ and described refugees as ‘testosterone bombs’ who ‘threaten our girls’.
Rutte said on Thursday such terminology is ‘terrible’ and failed to make any contribution to finding a solution. While agreeing with Wilders that some councils had not properly consulted their residents about the arrival of refugee centres, the prime minister said he had ‘very great faith’ in the Dutch people.
They understand there is no simple answer to this complex problem, Rutte said. ‘We have to be fair to voters,’ Rutte said. ‘This is a complicated issue and there is no simple solution… and Wilders knows that more than anyone.’
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