DAILYKENN.com -- Expressing even the mildest disdain of Islamic insurgents can get you fined in The Netherlands.
But take a verbal shot at a patriot on Twitter and the SJW tolerance brigade is nowhere to be found.
Katwijk Willem den Hertog posted on Twitter that he wished for the death of patriot leader Geert Wilders.
Den Hertog is a treasonous politician in The Netherlands and a leader in the far left Labor Party (Dutch: Partij van de Arbeid)
According to nltimes.nl:
Den Hertog tweeted, “We all hope that Wilders dies of a heart attack in bed (if not between the legs of a left-wing parliamentarian)”, followed by. “But if there is a bullet on the way, then it is big enough to engrave ‘From the grateful Dutch people’ on it”. He concluded: “How many PVV’ers are now carving ‘PvdA’ on their bullets?”
As can be expected, the tweets resulted in a storm of angry reactions and retweets. According to Omroep West Den Hartog was even received a number of threats. So he decided to withdraw his statements. “There is commotion about the tweets I sent about Wilders. Given the reactions, I see that I should not have sent those tweets.”
Geert Wilders did not reply to the remarks until just after 2:30 p.m. In a tweet from his official account, he wrote, “Shocking message. Maybe now Labour chairman Spekman understands what I meant.” He ended the message with a hashtag that translates to, “bullet from the left,” referring to the Labour party’s leftist political stance.
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