it's been a while since I've written something here, but this is a point of interest.
I'm in Afghanistan at the moment, so I'm not updated with Wilders' stuff. However I know that he has quite a lot of pretty radical points, which won't ever make it, into parlement. In the Netherlands you need more than 50% of the vote to become a leading party, since no party here gets that amount of votes, they need to make agreements with other parties to get over that 50%, it's called the coalition. One ridicilous point of Geert is that he wants to ditch, the navy, the army and the airforce, he only wants to keep the Marine Corps. Now that's not really a bad idea
, but no other party is going to agree with that. So when the coalition starts talking each other, he'll say: ok I'll throw away this statement and then you throw yours away. That way it's easy for him to negociate, though I'm not happy about the immigrants in the Netherlands, they're in all of the Dutch history. We had the Indonesians, the Surinam people. Just like it's in the history of the USA and Australia. England aswell, because they had a lot of colonies also.
The immigrants will adapt, it'll just take a generation. Though we shouldn't change the image of the streets, we don't want mosques. They look nice in muslim countries. Not here
Allright cheers mates!