'From the river to the sea' is a criminal 'call to violence' – House of Representatives approves party bill by Geert Wilders | The Gateway expert

The story of the formation of the new Dutch government is a LONG soap opera in which the globalist and left-wing apparatus desperately tries to keep Geert Wilders and his Freedom Party out of power, even though they were the most voted party in the last elections.

The vote took place back in November – yes, you read that right. SENSATIONAL! Geert Wilders' Freedom Party wins in the Netherlands! Geert becomes Prime Minister! “We are going to rule!”

It soon became clear that the Globalist elites panic as Dutchman Geert Wilders opposes the 'migration tsunami' – 'Dutch will be number one again'

Dutch coalition negotiations usually take a long time, so in February they were still on the wrong track: The Dutch coalition talks led by Geert Wilders are in disarray as the small party distances itself from the negotiations

The ides of March brought the Disappointment for the Netherlands: Geert Wilders has no support from coalition partners to become prime minister now – but his party is still on the rise

When Wilders gave up the position of Prime Minister, where he was entitled to be leader of the most voted party, things apparently improved, so in May: Conservative champion Geert Wilders FINALLY reaches an agreement to form a new government in the Netherlands.

So now, even before the new government is installed, the Dutch conservatives are astonishing the liberal world with their parliamentary prowess.

It turns out that the House of Representatives, the House of Representatives of the Kingdom, has approved a bill stating that the pro-Hamas slogan 'from the river to the sea' should be seen as a call to violence, and should therefore be punishable. .

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The proposal from Wilders' party PVV was adopted with a margin of just one vote.

The Telegraph reported (translated from Dutch):

“It is the second time in a short time that the House has spoken out about the anti-Semitic slogan. A majority in the House of Representatives previously voted in favor of a proposal by SGP member Diederik van Dijk to give the Public Prosecution Service (OM) an additional instrument to consider chanting that slogan during demonstrations as a criminal offense.

In response, Minister Yesilgöz (Justice, VVD) indicated that he wanted the Public Prosecution Service to determine whether something is punishable or not.

Despite the cautious attitude of the outgoing cabinet, PVV MP Maikel Boon wanted to go one step further and ban the slogan. He pointed to the “disturbing” increase in anti-Semitic incidents in the Netherlands.

According to the PVV member, the slogan 'from the river to the sea' comes 'directly from the Hamas charter' and is therefore 'a call for violence against all Jews worldwide', according to Boon. In a roll-call vote, 74 MPs ultimately voted in favor of considering the slogan as a call to violence, 73 voted against.”

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