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Wilders would position himself to inherit Fortuyn's constituency. In March , in a party meeting in Venlo, Wilders said "I want to be prime minister ", believing the PVV will eventually become the Netherlands' biggest party.
Polling conducted throughout March by Maurice de Hond indicated the Party for Freedom was the most popular parliamentary party.
Under such circumstances, there would also be some likelihood of him becoming Prime Minister of the Netherlands. On 3 March , elections for the local councils were held in the municipalities of The Netherlands.
The big gains that were scored indicated that the party and Wilders might dominate the political scene in the run-up to the parliamentary elections scheduled on 9 June On 8 March , Wilders announced that he would take a seat on the Hague city council, after it became clear he won 13, preference votes.
Earlier he had said he would not take up a seat if he won. This made the PVV the third party in size. With a fragmented parliament, at least three parties were required for an absolute majority.
The PVV did not become part of the government formed by VVD and CDA but actively participated in the negotiations and thus policy decisions and — as part of the outcome agreed that they would not support any motion to dismiss ministers concerning topics listed in a so-called "support agreement" — much like the Danish model where the Danish People's Party plays a similar role.
On 21 April , Wilders withdrew his support from the Rutte cabinet because of new austerity measures that were about to be taken.
The cabinet blamed Wilders for what they call his "lack of political will" and "political cowardice" in regards to addressing the economic woes of the Netherlands.
Wilders and the PVV ran on a campaign to have the Netherlands withdraw from the European Union and for a return to the guilder.
The PVV won In the March local elections, Wilders' Party for Freedom only took part in two municipalities, The Hague and Almere, and suffered minor losses in both.
Nevertheless, international news coverage of the elections was dominated by Wilders after he led his supporters in a provocative chant calling for "fewer, fewer Moroccans" at an election night party rally.
In the run-up to and aftermath of those European elections, Wilders worked with the French Front National's Marine Le Pen to try to form a new parliamentary group in the European Parliament.
They first announced their collaboration during a joint press conference in November , where Wilders vowed that "today is the beginning of the liberation from the European elite, the monster in Brussels".
In the March provincial elections, the Party for Freedom received The PVV contested the general election with Wilders at its helm. Although the PVV led other parties in opinion polls most of the time , all major parties ruled out forming coalitions with the PVV, effectively locking it out from any chance of taking part in, let alone leading, the next government.
Wilders hinted that a "revolution" would occur if his party won the most seats and was still shut out of government. The PVV ended up achieving second place after winning 20 seats, 5 more than in Wilders has become a controversial figure   with polarized opinions  on him from the world news media.
Regarding his reputation in the Netherlands, Wilders stated in , "Half of Holland loves me and half of Holland hates me.
There is no in-between. Wilders himself rejects the labels and has called such descriptions "scandalous". The parliamentary press praised his ability to dominate political discussion and to attract the debate and to get into publicity with his well-timed one-liners.
A panel of Dutch television viewers praised him as "the second best" politician this year after his outspoken critic Alexander Pechtold , while his colleagues in parliament named him "the second worst" after Rita Verdonk.
A lot [ vague ] of Muslim critics of Wilders accuse him of using Quranic verses out of context, and of manipulating verses to have a different meaning than the verses intended to.
Wilders has also been compared to the assassinated fellow critic of Islam and filmmaker Theo van Gogh , but he does not see himself as taking on van Gogh's mantle.
I hate their book and their ideology". In February , the trailer of a newly published online satirical video on the website of the Dutch radio station FunX, which targets a young urban audience, spoofed a murder attempt on Wilders.
In July , the magazine Inspire announced that Wilders, as well as Ayaan Hirsi Ali , Kurt Westergaard and Salman Rushdie , were mentioned on a "death list" of an international Islamist terrorist network.
Shortly before this publication it was revealed in The Hague that Dutch law enforcement officers succeeded twice in smuggling a firearm into the parliament buildings and into the guarded headquarters of Wilders' party.
The test was carried out following a complaint from Wilders about his security being inadequate. On 11 September , 2, people gathered close by the site of a planned Muslim community center near the site of the World Trade Center attacks, on 11 September , where they were addressed by Wilders who flew from The Netherlands to urge the crowd: "This is where we have to draw the line.
We must never give a free hand to those who want to subjugate us," Wilders added. Wilders was extensively discussed in American diplomatic cables, released by WikiLeaks in December In a briefing to president Barack Obama , he was described as "no friend of the US: he opposes Dutch military involvement in Afghanistan ; he believes development assistance is money wasted; he opposes NATO missions outside 'allied' territory; he is against most EU initiatives; and, most troubling, he foments fear and hatred of immigrants.
Wilders immediately distanced himself strongly from Breivik. He reportedly said that "Wilders says things that are just not right and I think he totally exaggerates.
In March and during a party meeting in The Hague on the evening of local elections, he sparked widespread controversy when he asked his attending supporters "Do you want, in this city, and in the Netherlands, more or fewer Moroccans?
Wilders' response was "Then we'll fix it! This action led several PVV representatives to resign, among whom two of the party's members of Parliament Roland van Vliet and Joram van Klaveren , the party's leader in the European Parliament Laurence Stassen , and a number of its provincial legislators and municipal councillors.
In response, a number of young Moroccans launched a social media campaign called 'Born here', in which they posted pictures of themselves alongside their Dutch passports.
Wilders generally considers himself to be a right-wing liberal, with a specific mix of positions independent of the European political spectrum and peculiar to iconoclastic Dutch society.
He has stated, "My allies are not Le Pen or Haider We'll never join up with the fascists and Mussolinis of Italy. I'm very afraid of being linked with the wrong rightist fascist groups", adding that his drive instead is such issues as freedom of expression and Dutch iconoclasm.
Wilders strongly opposes the Dutch political system in general. He believes that there is a ruling elite of parliamentarians who only care about their own personal careers and disregard the will of the people.
He also blames the Dutch system of multiparty coalition governments for a lack of clear and effective policies. On foreign relations, Wilders has largely supported Israel and has criticized countries he perceives as enemies of Israel.
Wilders often mentions Henk and Ingrid in his speeches, fictitious ordinary Dutch subjects for whom he claims to work.
Wilders has also revived the old idea of reuniting Flanders with the Netherlands. Wilders published the version of his political manifesto called Klare Wijn "Clear Wine" in March The program proposed the implementation of ten key points:.
Wilders is best known for his criticism of Islam , summing up his views by saying, "I don't hate Muslims, I hate Islam".
On 8 August , Wilders opined in an open letter  to the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant that the Koran , which he called a "fascist book", should be outlawed in the Netherlands , like Adolf Hitler 's Mein Kampf.
He believes that all Muslim immigration to the Netherlands should be halted and all settled immigrants should be paid to leave.
Take a walk down the street and see where this is going. You no longer feel like you are living in your own country.
There is a battle going on and we have to defend ourselves. Before you know it there will be more mosques than churches!
In a speech before the Dutch Parliament, he stated:. Islam is the Trojan Horse in Europe. If we do not stop Islamification now, Eurabia and Netherabia will just be a matter of time.
One century ago, there were approximately 50 Muslims in the Netherlands. Where will it end? We are heading for the end of European and Dutch civilisation as we know it.
Where is our Prime Minister in all this? In reply to my questions in the House he said, without batting an eyelid, that there is no question of our country being Islamified.
Now, this reply constituted a historical error as soon as it was uttered. Very many Dutch citizens, Madam Speaker, experience the presence of Islam around them.
Nonetheless, Wilders has traveled widely in the Arab world and Der Spiegel has stated that Wilders will "wax poetic" over those "magnificent countries".
Wilders has also said that "It's a real shame that these places are so chaotic. Wilders argues that Islam is not a religion, but rather a totalitarian political ideology such as communism and fascism.
After the Dutch parliament turned down his request for an exhibition of cartoons depicting Prophet Muhammad be shown in parliament, Wilders vowed to show cartoons depicting him on television during time reserved for political parties.
On 28 July , Vienna's prosecutors' office launched a probe and lodged calls for criminal proceedings against Geert Wilders for allegedly comparing the Quran to Mein Kampf , after Tarafa Baghajati had accused him of hate speech and denigrating religious teachings.
After the November Paris attacks , Wilders, in an article in The New York Times , argued for a national referendum in the Netherlands to decide about the refugee crisis.
Wilders lived in Israel for two years during his youth and has visited the country 40 times in the last 25 years. Following the Dutch general election , in which the PVV was the third biggest party, Wilders said Jordan should be renamed Palestine.
His speech said "Jordan is Palestine. Changing its name to Palestine will end the conflict in the Middle East and provide the Palestinians with an alternate homeland.
Thus, Jerusalem is the main front protecting the West. It is not a conflict over territory but rather an ideological battle, between the mentality of the liberated West and the ideology of Islamic barbarism.
There has been an independent Palestinian state since , and it is the kingdom of Jordan. He called on the Dutch government to refer to Jordan as Palestine and move its embassy to Jerusalem.
Fitna is a short film written and commissioned by Wilders that explores Koranic-inspired motivations for terrorism, Islamic universalism , and Islam in the Netherlands.
Its title comes from the Arabic word fitna , which means a "test of faith in times of trial", or refers to a situation where one's faith is tested.
It is the subject of an international controversy and debate on free speech. Jordan has summoned Wilders to court, with the film deemed to "incite hatred".
In the spring of , Wilders launched the "Facing Jihad World Tour", a series of screenings of Fitna to public officials and influential organizations around the globe, starting in Rome.
In September , in an internet chat room , Australian Islamic fundamentalist preacher Feiz Mohammad urged his followers to behead Wilders.
His rationale was his accusation that Wilders had "denigrat[ed]" Islam, and that anyone who "mocks, laughs or degrades Islam" as Wilders had must be killed "by chopping off his head.
After the Boston Marathon bombing , Wilders wrote:. I am threatened for the simple reason that I am an Islam critic. But, make no mistake, I am not the only one who is in danger.
The Tsarnaev brothers drew inspiration from Feiz Mohammed's internet rants and decided to kill innocent onlookers at a marathon.
Everyone is in danger. After the attack, Al-Qaeda called for more killings. Wilders defied the ban and took a British Midland Airways flight from Amsterdam to London Heathrow Airport on 12 February, accompanied by television crews.
Upon arrival, he was quickly detained by UK Border Agency officials, and deported on one of the next flights to the Netherlands.
The International Herald Tribune stated that the ban was broadly condemned in the British news media. The ruling was criticized by the British Home Office , which stated that an appeal of the tribunal's ruling is being considered.
A spokesman stated:. The decision to refuse Wilders admission was taken on the basis that his presence could have inflamed tensions between our communities and have led to inter-faith violence.
We still maintain this view. On 16 October , Wilders arrived in the United Kingdom and was quickly forced to move his press conference due to protests by about forty members of the organization Islam4UK , an organization that was later shut down under the UK's Terrorism Act on 14 January Although the Home Office had asserted that his entry into the country would not be blocked, a spokesman said his "statements and behaviour during a visit will inevitably impact on any future decisions to admit him.
Lord Pearson , who had invited him, said his arrival was. Wilders accepted the invitation and was present for a showing of the movie in the House of Lords on 5 March.
No stronger retrograde force exists in the World. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step At the ensuing press conferences, he called the Islamic prophet Muhammad a "barbarian, a mass murderer, and a pedophile " and referred to Islam as a "fascist ideology" which was "violent, dangerous, and retarded".
And in the meantime he damages the interests of the Dutch population and the reputation of the Netherlands in the world.
Emphasizing that three-quarters of the Dutch GDP comes from revenue earned abroad, according to Wientjes, Wilders poses "a serious threat to the Netherlands and the Dutch economy".
In August he applied for a visa to give two speeches in October His staff and police protection officers were granted visas within three days, but Wilders was not.
Bowen stated:. On the same day, the Q Society put out a press release criticizing the delays in issuing a visa, saying that Chris Bowen's announcement was "too little, too late" and announcing that Wilders' visit would be pushed back to February as there were still no visa documents available.
In March , Wilders was told he is "not welcome" in the western German tourist resort of Monschau in the Eifel area, after he spent a weekend there, along with several armed bodyguards.
Mayor Margareta Ritter CDU said she was concerned that his presence tainted her town with the suspicion that it was sympathetic to his views.
As a result, Monschau was said to have been unfairly connected with "extremism" in the European press. I wanted to distinguish Monschau from that.
Ritter didn't say whether Wilders was enjoying a short vacation in her town or had been meeting with like-minded people.
In April , Wilders held a speech for Pegida in Dresden. In July , Wilders announced the International Freedom Alliance , a network of groups and individuals who "are fighting for freedom against Islam".
On 6 August , Wilders, who had become a regular guest with American conservatives and libertarians , announced that he would speak at a rally on 11 September in New York to protest the plans for Park51 , a Muslim community center with a prayer space to be built near the World Trade Center site.
The rally, to be held on the ten-year anniversary of the 11 September attacks , was organised by Stop Islamization of America , which was supported by former House speaker Newt Gingrich , who was originally announced as a speaker at the event, but never confirmed his appearance and cancelled a video appearance.
In political circles in The Netherlands, the announcement caused widespread irritation about his plan.
Also, the Dutch Foreign Ministry allegedly would have issued guidelines to its embassies on how to react to questions about the role being played by the PVV and Wilders in the formation of a new government.
The ministry itself however had declined "to confirm or deny" the authenticity of these guidelines. One question posed is how Wilders could be taking part in negotiations on forming a government coalition when he has been indicted for inciting hatred and discrimination, and for insulting a group of persons.
Other questions covered possible bans on the building of new mosques, on the Quran and on Islamic schools in the Netherlands.
The memo stressed that such bans would breach the Dutch constitution. Towards the end of the event, two gunmen opened fire outside, injuring a police officer before being shot dead by other police officers guarding the center.
Several groups and persons in the Netherlands have called for legal action against Wilders, while others, including Christian fundamentalists, defended his right to free speech.
The office released a statement reading: "That comments are hurtful and offensive for a large number of Muslims does not mean that they are punishable.
Freedom of expression fulfils an essential role in public debate in a democratic society. That means that offensive comments can be made in a political debate.
On 21 January , a three-judge court ordered prosecutors to try him. In late October , the Dutch court approved a request from Geert Wilders to have new judges appointed forcing the court to retry the case.
On 23 June , Wilders was acquitted of all charges. A Dutch court said that his speech was legitimate political debate, but on the edge.
On 18 March , a second trial against Wilders began, this time on the accusation of inciting "discrimination and hatred" against Moroccans living in the Netherlands.
See also: Members of the House of Representatives of the Netherlands, —12 Members of the House of Representatives of the Netherlands, —present.
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