Geert Wilders keeps hammering away

“We are the victims of people like you,” Wilders tells Dutch PM Rutte, “who have flooded our country with Muslims.”

Wilders, the anti-Islam, anti-EU crusader, is no longer a voice in the wilderness. In the last election, his Freedom Party won 20 seats in the Netherlands Parliament, up from its previous 12 seats, boosting the party into second place in the government.

Mark Rutte’s weakened, non-majority party won 33 seats, down from the 41 seats it had before.

In the midst of growing terrorism attacks across Europe, Wilders will continue to be the voice of reason in his battle to stem the irresponsible open-border flood of migrants and refugees from mostly-Muslim countries–and their baggage of violence and bloodshed.