Angry migrants are complaining after they are forced to clean toilets. Voice of Europe reported via Religion of Peace: Inhabitants of a Dutch asylum centre in Alkmaar are angry about the buildings new cleaning policy, Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant reports. The refugees now have to clean their own
Whichever way the dust settles following the outcome of the Dutch general elections on March 15, would it not be wise to heed Geert Wilders' warning, and resist the impinging tidal wave of Islamisation?
SUPPORTERS of Dutch Geert Wilders seemed optimistic today as the Netherlands goes to the polls in Europes most important vote since the Brexit referendum. The election is seen largely as a run-off between current centre-right PM Mark Rutte, from the Party
The Netherlands, which boasts the fifth largest economy in the Eurozone, goes to the polls on Wednesday in the next big test since Donald Trumps election and Brexit of whether anti-establishment, conservative forces will continue to make political headway
Geert Wilders, the Dutch anti-Islam candidate who has lost ground in recent polls ahead of elections March 15, vowed to pull ahead of his nearest rival, Prime Minister Mark Rutte, and win the most votes.
Still in shock over the populist victories of Brexit and Donald Trump in 2016, the world is zeroing in on the small country of the Netherlands as it kicks off a year of elections that, according to the most sensationalist accounts, could determine the fat
On March 15, Dutch voters will go to the polls to vote in a general election that is being watched with interest due to the popularity of Eurosceptic candidate Geert Wilders. In an interview with Sputnik Germany, Dutch political expert Andre Krouwel comme