The Dutch people took a leap towards the misery experienced by their Boer cousins in South Africa when they failed to uncuck themselves during their general election held on Wednesday. The ruling party of prime minister Mark Rutte (VVD) proved victorious over Geert Wilders’ right-wing PVV once again, despite a brave showing from the latter.
Given the catastrophic effects that a huge influx of third-world immigration has had on their society over the past few decades, that a right-wing party has once again failed to win the general election spells a bad omen for the nation. It will inevitably have a solidly left-wing cabinet for the next five years at least, ample time to do much demographic damage by bringing in hundreds of thousands more immigrants from the third world.
Three right-wing parties contested the general election, of which the largest can be said to be only partially right-wing, given its leftist stances on the economy and its views on moral issues such as abortion and sodomy.
Geert Wilders’ Party for Freedom (PVV) won 13.1% of the vote and 20 seats in parliament.
Kees van der Staaij’s Reformed Political Party (SGP) won 2.1% of the vote and 3 seats in parliament.
Thierry Baudet’s Forum for Democracy (FvD) won 1.8% of the vote and 2 seats in parliament.
This gives the entire bloc of right-wing parties a mere 25 out of the 150 seats in the Dutch parliament.
This means that 83% of the Dutch population, which amounts to at least 75% of the ethnic Dutch population, still vote solidly for cucks and leftists.
A golden opportunity has certainly now been missed to turn the nation’s fortunes around. The result is a huge disappointment for Wilders’ PVV, given that it led the polls for so long. It certainly breaks the party’s momentum, but it was nonetheless still their best-ever showing.
Nonetheless, apart from the PVV’s strong showing there were a few other positives to take from the election results:
The Reformed Political Party openly promotes theonomy and Christ’s sovereignty over creation. They have also, in the past few years, come up with solid stances regarding immigration. Like the PVV, the party also improved on its previous best-ever showing (196 000 votes in 2012) by gaining over 218 000 votes on Wednesday. An increase of over 22 000 votes from five years ago for a small party made out to be radical and extreme is definitely something to be proud of. The party won the election in twelve counties and even won Urk with an outright majority of 56.1%.
The other positive is, of course, that Baudet’s FvD, the new kid on the block competing in its first election, has managed to enter parliament with 183 000 votes which translates into 2 seats.
One can only hope and pray that, given this disappointment, the Dutch now have enough time left to repent, uncuck themselves, and ultimately survive as a nation.