Friday, September 25, 2009

Exposed : Geert Wilders is a Zionist Jew

It's a sad day for Judeofascists and their neo-Nazi followers as yet another charlatan stands exposed. You can practically hear the tears dripping at Stormfront and the local Synagogue. Apparently the self styled savior of western civilization(whatever that is) isn't so western after all. Looks like I'll have to "upgrade" Wilders status from shabbos goy to to full blown Judeofascist. Pretending to be atheists and/or members of other faiths is a very old tactic employed by Sabbatean Jewry so this is hardly surprising. As if visiting "israel" 40 times, living on a kibbutz(illegal "israeli" settlement) for years, wearing a kippa and banging his head on the wailing wall, and reporting to the local "israeli" embassy once a month while claiming to be a Mossad agent wasn't enough gefilte fishy enough. I've long suspected that Wilders was a member of the vile Judeofascist cult of death but now it's confirmed. Till this year's Judeofascist Awareness Week, enjoy the details : Digging into Geert Wilders ancestry The rumour had been circulating for years: Geert Wilders is an 'Indo' (an Indonesian-European, an ethnic mix that originated when the Dutch colonised Indonesia). In June a genealogist said he had found several Indonesian ancestors of the populist Dutch politician known for his rabid anti-immigrant and anti-Islam ideas. Now anthropologist Lizzy van Leeuwen describes how his roots can be seen as the driving force behind his outspoken views. In an article in the left-wing weekly De Groene Amsterdammer Van Leeuwen asks: "Is it possible that the post-colonial and family history have made Wilders what he and his politics are today?" The article is an intellectual attempt to analyse what drives Wilders to say that "all immigration from Islamic countries should be halted" and that "all fundamental problems in the Netherlands are related to immigration". The conclusion reached by Van Leeuwen is that these statements - plus the fact that he dies his hair peroxide blond - are indeed related to his genealogical link to the largest Islamic country. Geert Wilders' increasing popularity made his Party for Freedom the second largest Dutch party in European parliament in June. Known for his anti-establishment and anti-immigration politics, Wilders has been calling himself a 'Dutch freedom fighter'. But given that his mother's roots lay outside of the Netherlands, Van Leeuwen says a sense of 'displacedness' is the recurring, underlying motive in his statements. The 6-page article reveals that Wilders' grandmother, Johanna Ording-Meijer, came from an old Jewish-Indonesian family and that Wilders lied about this in his 2008 biography. However, Van Leeuwen, an expert on the position of Indo-Dutch people in the post-colonial age, goes beyond the notion that a politician known for judging others on their ethnic roots can himself be traced to foreign ancestors. Van Leeuwen went into the national archives to find the sad story of Wilders' grandfather on his mother's side. Johan Ording was a regional financial administrator in the Dutch colony who suffered several bankruptcies and was fired while on leave in the Netherlands in 1934. He was reduced to begging when the government refused to give him a pension, but later made it to prison director. Van Leeuwen suggests that Wilders is out to avenge the injustice done to his grandfather. But more than anything, he was defined by his Indo-roots, she says. Indonesia was a Dutch colony until 1949 and many mixed-race people moved to the Netherlands after the Indonesian independence. Van Leeuwen describes how these people were put in the same 'cultural minority' box with labour immigrants from Turkey and Morocco, whom they felt no connection to at all. More so, they had always felt very patriotic about the Netherlands and harboured strong sentiments against Islam, the dominant religion in their motherland. Van Leeuwen explains how this group has long been part of extreme-right movements (many supported the Dutch Nazi party NSB in Indonesia in the 1930s) while others belonged to the far-right of the right-wing liberal party VVD. She puts Wilders' statements in the conservative and colonial tradition of this group, which strongly believed in patriotism and "European values". Van Leeuwen's analysis goes beyond the personal level: "The fact that Wilders obviously operates in a post-colonial political dimension, without it being recognised, says a lot about how the Netherlands dealt with, and still deals with the colonial past. Keep quiet, deny, forget and look the other way have been the motto for decades. Because of that, no one could imagine that what happened in Indonesia 50 years ago could still have its impact on modern-day politics." And the hair? Van Leeuwen says his died mop is a "political symptom not taken serious enough". She thinks it was a brilliant move to step away from his Indonesian roots and hide his post-colonial revanchism. Although this may also be an example of his "classic Indo identity alienation." Wilders has not responded to the publication.


Nada Al-Mahdi said...

I'm sure you heard how outraged the Jewish community was when the European government decided to prosecute him. Even though he is breaking the law, they felt it was a bad decision. It's almost comical, how they practically worship racists like Wilders, but scream antisemitism if you so much as look at them the wrong way. People like Wilders & his supporters shouldn't be taken seriously.

lwtc247 said...

Salam and belated Eid Mubarak.

@ Nada Al-Mahdi.
Sadly they should be taken seriously as there apparatchiks of the perversion that is murdering it's way across the planet, these days mainly in the ME and N.Africa, not least due to client states.

@ all
Who'd have thought it eh? Scumbag Wilders isn’t the little white boy he paints (rather, peroxides) himself to be.

And his Jewishness, even at low levels, I see the old familiar trick of Judaic inversion, turning him into a Zionazi - in more ways than one.

Anonymous said...

It's almost comical, how they practically worship racists like Wilders, but scream antisemitism if you so much as look at them the wrong way.
You are being antisemitic though when you bring up Wilders's Jewish ancestry as somehow linked to his politics. I thought it was the Zionists, not their opponents, who were the racist arseholes...

LadyCroc said...

Why am I not surprised?

whypatcondellisntfunny said...

@ George Carty, you said "You are being antisemitic though when you bring up Wilders's Jewish ancestry as somehow linked to his politics."

No, I think not. If lwtc247 had said that all Jews were alike and Wilders is a prime example, then you would have a point. But (I think) what lwtc247 is saying is that his Zionism and Judaism explains some of Wilders' actions - supporting Israel for instance! - when put in the context of these revelations. Clearly, Wilders is not as unbiased as he has tried to present to us.

Wilders deliberately hid his Jewish ancestry, therefore, by his denial of facts, he is the one linking his ancestry to his politics.

If, as appears, he lied about his background and his religion, how is it possible that the people who elected him can trust him?

Even if we set aside the traditional animosity between overt Zionists (Jew or not) and anybody who views Zionism - at least as it is practised today - as legally and morally bankrupt, Wilders appears guilty of such subterfuge that it is impossible not to question his moral judgement and underlying motives.

It sets his "Fitna" movie in a new context as he appears to have sought to make political capital out of 9/11, for instance, to the specific detriment of Muslims, whilst at the same time distracting us all from the realism of the ongoing ethnic cleansing of Palestine - who most people associate with Muslims even though Christians and Jews, and presumably atheists live there.

If Wilders is consistently in the news demonising Muslims instead of Israel being in the news for their ongoing illegal occupation of Gaza and the West Bank that serves the purpose of Israel quite nicely.

He has the right to be a Jew and practice his religion in freedom. He has the right to be a Zionist and freely express his views. But he's not allowed to pretend he is neither of those things and then expect anybody to take him seriously when he is revealed to be a liar.

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lwtc247 said...

Salam. The brothers online publicised this...

Wilders under the lens. فيلدرس تحت العدسة [HQ]

BBC - This World: 2010-2011: Geert Wilders: Europe's Most Dangerous Man?

Bro, feel free to delete if you think it promotes him in any way.

(& sorry for the 'mess')

makhayaly said...

Thank you for this exposure, work for harmony please.

makhayaly said...

We have a right to know the back ground of politicians and any body else who is in a position of influence so we can better understand reasons for their policies etc, eg 96% of USA media is owned by ZIONISTS but our dear American ppl don't know that.