Some Politicians Harnessing Citizen Anger over Islamic Invasion

Dutch politician Geert Wilders recently spoke in Lyon, France about the need to deal with the Islamization of Europe. It is worth noting how far Europe has come in this regard over the last 10 years.

Wilders was introduced by French politician Marine Le Pen, whose National Front Party has been making significant gains in France of late. When Wilders suggested Le Pen would be the next President of France, the crowd went berserk. Soon after that, Wilders announced that his party is the largest political party in the Netherlands.

It’s clear that despite the appeasement of leaders like Francois Holland in France and David Cameron in Great Britain, Europeans are taking notice of and increasingly rallying behind politicians who are not selling them out.

h/t BNI

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  • Pero Ercegovac

    Yeah, though his stance on Islam is correct there is a major problem with him. The problem with Wilders is that he is openly homosexual, lives with his male partner and propagates libertarianism. His party is also no where near the largest political party in the Netherlands and actually lost seats at the last election.

  • Trevor

    Um, no.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    Apparently you still refuse the prophesy that the Roman ships come to fight the forces of the Anti-Christ, Daniel 11:30. Please get a full Bible rather than a truncated version so you can see the places and players for the last battle. The Jews made an alliance with the Romans to defend them against the proto-typical anti-Christ, Antiochus IV Epiphanes of the Seleucid dynasty, (just as Daniel 8:9 predicted) who defiled the altar by sacrificing a pig on it on Dec 16, 167 BC, (1 Maccabees 1:59) and forbade the Jews from keeping the Sabbath and forced them to eat pig, which those who forsook the covenant did (Dan 11:32), and those who refused were put to death (1 Maccabees 1:60-61). Three years later on Dec 16, 164 BC, Judas Maccabaeus triumphantly marched into Jerusalem and ritually cleansed the altar. You also omit that the end beast is comprised of the Leopard, Bear and the Lion, Rev 13:2. The Roman empire was never described in terms of an animal. Denmark and the Netherlands could hardly be described as Christian countries, they are hopelessly secular.

  • shoebat

    Molon, when you say “Chittim” by itself, you can back your argument, but when you use the biblical text “ships of Chittim” you can’t.

  • richinnameonly

    Good for Geert and Marine. I hope they stay safe!

  • Trevor

    It’s unfortunate. Rome has been conquered by two competing religion – Christianity to the west and Islam to the east. Both are on collision course once again.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    How can Rome be the fourth head of the leopard? The Leopard is the Grecian empire, being succeeded in history by Rome. The 4 heads of the Leopard correspond to the 4 generals that divided up Alexander’s empire amongst themselves: Seleucus,Ptolemy, Lysimachus, and Cassander.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    “When Jonathan saw that the time was right, he chose men and sent them to Rome to confirm and renew the friendship with the Romans. He also sent letters to the Spartans and others places to the same effect. After reaching Rome, the men entered the Senate chamber and said, “The high priest Jonathan and the Jewish people have sent letters addressed to authorities in various places, with the request to provide them with safe conduct to the land of Judah.” 1 Macc 12:1-7

  • Julie LaBrecque

    Do you not consider Italy being in the shape of a boot significant, and that the boot heel is directed toward the Beast Nations? Will not Rome descending on the Beast not bring other parts of Europe/West with them? It was to the Romans that Paul said that God would quickly crush Satan under their feet.

    • shoebat

      The ships of Chittim in the Septuagint are literally the European nations from Cyprus to Italy to Spain. According to the prophecy of Daniel 11 they attacked Antiochus who was a foreshadow of the Antichrist, as such, this passage could very well involve a dual fulfillment, and we could have a prophecy about a European attack against the forces of the Antichrist. Molon should also read Josephus regarding Chittim. Its ironclad.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    Molon, Paul’s letter was specifically addressed to the Romans, he praised them for their faith which was heralded throughout the world, and that he wished to come see them. I do believe in the prophetic significance of the shape of Italy, just as if you will look a map of the beast nations, what little country is in the mouth of the Beast? God is the author of all creation, and leaves little hints for us if we will seek them out.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    When Daniel states that it wouldn’t be left to his posterity, it meant his posterity, family; ergo, his generals divided the land up amongst themselves. Another flaw is that the Grecian empire never included Italy. The other flaw in your theory is the counting of the beasts in Rev: 1. Egypt, 2. Assyria, 3. Babylon 4, Persia 5, Greece 6. Rome. John states that the sixth ‘is’ (in his day, Rome), and 7th had not yet come, and that the 8th is of the 7th.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    Do you deny the 167/168 BC intervention of Gauis Popillius Laenas, who travelled by boat, against Antiochus demanding that he withdraw from Egypt and to return to Syria?

    • Molon Labe

      Daniel 11:21-34 does not accurately correspond to Antiochus Epiphanes.
      Daniel 11:21 introduces the Coming Prince, making any analysis to Antiochus IV Epiphanes pretty much irrelevant.

      • Julie LaBrecque

        You didn’t answer the question.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    “Why Catholics are obsessed with this notion that all protestants believe the Great Harlot is Rome.” Maybe because it was put into most protestant churches confessions of faith? Maybe because Martin Luther, John Calvin, and John Knox all said so? Maybe because we’ve heard it all our lives from protestants? Maybe because all the slanderous accusations have come from Protestants? Am I on to something? Most all protestants believed this until a man named Walid Shoebat came on the scene, else they would still believe it.

  • shoebat

    The strange thing about this is that every nation of the beast kingdom is mentioned literally to match the depictions of Daniel and John. God never forgot to mention the nations, but folks forgot to read them on purpose. This way they blame Rome for every evil under the sun. Do folks ever wonder that the Church and Israel are pretty much express Christ’s suffering on earth, the ones who are blamed the most are whom He is coming for. Why is it so difficult for people to see this, follow the blood trail and the persecution and the slander and there you park and build your house and join the suffering.

  • shoebat

    Yes, but keep in mind that the kingdom (head) is considered at the time it fell. When Roman Empire fell, the empire was Constantinople not Rome. That plus you can’t simply isolate John’s seven hills or Daniel’s legs and toes. Here, let me challenge you, if Rome was the legs in Daniel, “how is it that the iron crushed all the others”? When did Rome crush the Persians Molon? NEVER. The never defeated the Parthians. Game over.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    As a self-identified protestant you have everything to do with them because your theology comes from them.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    So are you the pillar and ground of truth that I should listen to? You and 40,000 other denominations all claim to be led to interpretation by the Holy Spirit, yet each and everyone of you have differences in interpretation. Please resolve this conundrum for me so I can understand. How do you interpret Jesus stating that some people will get beatings, some severe and some light, and that we can be sent to a prison and we don’t get out until we’ve paid back the last farthing, and what/where is the prison that He went and preached to that was full of disobedient spirits?

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