Geert Wilders: Congratulations, Britain, on Your Independence Day!

This notice just came in from the PVV:

PVV congratulates British with Independence Day!

Thursday, June 23, 2016, will go down in history as Britain’s Independence Day. The Europhile elite has been defeated. Britain points Europe the way to the future and to liberation. It is time for a new start, relying on our own strength and sovereignty. Also in the Netherlands.

A recent survey (EenVandaag, Dutch television) shows that a majority of the Dutch want a referendum on EU membership. It also shows that more Dutch are in favour of exit than of remaining in the EU.

The Dutch people deserve a referendum as well. The Party for Freedom consequently demands a referendum on NExit, a Dutch EU exit.

As quickly as possible the Dutch need to get the opportunity to have their say about Dutch membership of the European Union.

Geert Wilders: “We want be in charge of our own country, our own money, our own borders, and our own immigration policy. If I become prime minister, there will be a referendum in the Netherlands on leaving the European Union as well. Let the Dutch people decide.”

9 thoughts on “Geert Wilders: Congratulations, Britain, on Your Independence Day!

  1. I was sure by nook or crook (or even just from the voting habits and pervasive “magical thinking” of the UK’s electorate) this would go the other way. Both of my English in-laws in London, intelligent and highly educated apart from their political views, were vociferously opposed (not my wife anymore, thank God).

    Did anyone with any kind of bully pulpit over there speak out in favor of Brexit, apart from her Majesty (may she outlive her issue/successor)?

    Congratulations, Brittania! Nicely done, a crucial start and big impediment to cleaning their own house is now out of the way.

    • What was that, 52% to 48% or so? Am I the only one wondering what the split would have sans vote fraud?

  2. Not so fast. Doesn’t Parliament have the final say on whether Britain remains in the EU or leaves? Considering that money special interests want EU unity remaining intact, they may reject this referendum in the same way the Brussels EU rejected a number of EU referendums.

    Despite the Vote, the Odds Are Against Britain Leaving the EU by Paul Craig Roberts

    • Carax, you are quite correct….but….

      It will be very interesting indeed to see Parliament go against the will of the people on this one (in other issues they could and would get away with it).

      So yes, certainly they could but I suspect that it would not be a prudent action on their part.

      There are very significant social pressures at work here under the surface and this vote is only the first step and I think now there should be a controlled release of this pressure. A further tightening down on the pressure cooker will have, shall we say, an….adverse outcome.

      • They wouldn’t dare! Ordinary folk have had the scales fall from their eyes and realised that the main pillars of
        Society were collapsing around their ears.
        The church, the banks, the trade unions, traditional politics, aided and abetted by left wing open border lunatics were all colluding against society in general.

        I hope people have long memories, never contribute to Richard Branson’s coffers again, ignore the has-been
        “Sir” Bob Geldof, never buy another delhia Smith cook book and instead laud praise on Nigel Farage
        The forgotten hero in all of this. Without his 25 years of dedicated effort to the cause this event would never have taken place. Come on in Europe, freedom is not that scary after all.

  3. The EU is very much in the same situation as the USSR was in the late 1980s. Invincible domination of a dogmatic ideology (or, shall we say, a materialistic pseudo-religion?), economic stagnation, population aging and decline, stubborn social problems – and a clumsy and lacklustre political elite unable to grasp these problems, let alone to solve them.

    All this makes a collapse of the EU inevitable. The big question is: ‘What will come after it?’

  4. Congratulations UK. Was up all night following the vote, and any other news about it. Maybe its finally the spark, that stars the fire, that burns the globalists down!

  5. Anton, maybe what will come after will be some common sense, which we know is not really common at all.

    Paul, I was not up all night but pleased to see the Brits had the sense to leave the EU this morning when the TV went on. (my husband)

    What is the point of the EU? Unelected beurocrats (sp) dictating what everyone else should do or must do, right down to the size of a stinking teakettle. I ask you! It is ridiculous and they should be disbanded and sent home to collect their no-doubt large pensions and leave everyone else alone to make their own decisions.

    That is true freedom — making your own decisions, both personally and family-wise, but also politically.

  6. Whoa! I love the Brits standing up to the globalists. BUT let’s not rewrite history. The Declaration of Independence was followed by the War for Independence. Saying you are free doesn’t make you free. Make no mistake. Blood will have to be shed by Patriots and tyrants before freedom can be secured.

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