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Friday, 16 July 2010

Geert Wilders announces International Freedom Alliance

Geert Wilders has announced that he will be launching a new international organisation to fight Islamisation named the International Freedom Alliance in the UK, Canada, France, Germany and the USA. Sky News reports Wilders as announcing to the Dutch parliament that "The message: 'Stop Islam, defend freedom', is a message that's not only important for the Netherlands but for the whole free Western world."

Wilders has once again demonstrated his integrity and willingness to stand up to Islamisation whilst most politicians are too spineless to even name the process let alone stand up against it. He has my full support in this endeavour which I hope will be a great success across the five nations in which it initially launches. Wilders is correct in his analysis and millions of us know it to be true and support him. Geert, you are the Free World’s hope, and we know that you will be true to the cause.

Reporting of Wilders’s bold and necessary initiative has typically been couched in the deliberately misleading and stigmatising language that one has come to expect as routine from the mass media: Sky described him as “far-right”, whereas the Daily Mail this time settled for a mere “controversial”. The comments beneath the article in the Mail demonstrate that he has hit a chord with readers of the paper. Prepare to stand with Geert when the International Freedom Alliance is launched. In the interview below he expands on his thinking underlying his decision to create the IFA. Count me in!


  1. Damn Right! We all need to get behind him. Not only should we join that movement, but we should write in his name in votes where we do not like the candidates in the US. If the UN likes one-world government, lets elect Geert Wilders as the president.... That should back up a few liberals in their tracks.

  2. I'm not in favour of our continued membership of the EU, but if Geert Wilders were to be its leader I'd sooner vote to stay in and have him determine the direction of policy than our bunch of unpatriotic, dhimmi globalist political parties back here in the UK.

  3. Hooray for Geert. Where do we sign up?


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