IN A TIME OF BREXIT: NETHERLANDS SHOW CLOSER PEOPLE TO FREEDOM THROUGH RULE OF LAW IN EUROPEAN UNION, MORE DIVIDE & RULE ‘NATIONAL’ POLITICS (15.03.2017)
There’s very little in substance between ‘national’ political parties these days with the dominant theme devoted to trying to destroy civilians basic freedoms either while in the European Union, or failing that, out of the European Union.
... the 'shift' from the phoney left and right to the phoney far right and overt fascists...
In the real world, there’s not that much distance between Rutte whom it has been announced has ‘won’ the Dutch election [likely with less seats] and Wilders, where Wilders is just the overt face of fascism like Westminster.
... bbc spin...
There was very little likelihood Wilders was going to be able to swing an EU referendum in the Netherlands where he is just another useful idiot spinning apartheid war propaganda of all sorts.
It is self evident the closer people are to freedom through the peace and harmony of the rule of law in the European Union, the more ‘national’ politicians try to divide and rule civilian populations.
Having said that it is not necessarily always a bad thing to have lots of different political parties in government if it does make it harder for a government to try and pass corporate legislation against people.