Geert Wilders Brexit

Geert Wilders: Britain ‘could liberate Europe again’ by voting for Brexit and sparking populist revolution

Britain could “liberate Europe” for a second time in a century by voting for Brexit on June 23, triggering a “patriotic spring” across the continent and an outpouring of populist discontent against Brussels, Geert Wilders, the right-wing Dutch populist, has claimed.

In an interview with The Sunday Telegraph, Mr Wilders – a fiercely nationalist, anti-Islamic politician whose Party for Freedom is currently topping the polls in the Netherlands – said that the populist “genie was now out of the bottle”, and could never be put back in.

  • Dave

    WTF? Why are Geert Welders, Marine LePen and others all called “right wingers” when all they are saying/doing is nothing more than common sense.

    • Editor

      Because the left-leaning main stream media has been calling them that for 40 years and getting away with it.

  • andycanuck

    Intercourse Brussels. (And, no, that doesn’t mean ‘start a dialogue’.)

  • Blind Druid

    Mr. Wilders is 100% correct. The problem is in getting the Brits out from the pubs and from behind the Kardashians on the telly to actually VOTE. I was born there, my brother is still there. They are now a completely defeated population that really don’t give a rat’s ass anymore, because they have been systematically betrayed by every political party for the last fifty years. Immigration has wrecked their society, and there is no more free speech allowed to enable protest. They don’t vote because they don’t care. They have given up. To hell with them.

    • Alain

      That sadly ressembles much of the younger generations of Canadians also. I am referring to the indifference and not voting or really caring.

  • jack burns

    Don’t hold your breathe.