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A tiny minority of Dutch population can raise the "terror" level in society and disturb normalcy in daily activity of so many others. The best argument used by the anti-vaxxers and opposition to 2G policy is the risk of "dividing" society 😂

by Oui on Mon Nov 22nd, 2021 at 12:08:11 PM EST
The craziness introduced by pariah states after 9/11 blossomed under rightwing conspiracies and Xenophobia under Pim Fortuin, Geert Wilders and Ayaan Hirsi Ali. The political climate was ripe for conservative revolt under VVD Party members like Frits Bolkestein, Neelie Kroes (nee Smit, Peper) and Hans van Baalen.

Euroscepticism and populism to gain in Dutch representation in the European Parliament | Atlantic Council - May 17, 2020 |

by Oui on Mon Nov 22nd, 2021 at 12:10:24 PM EST
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Riding the wave of populism will lead to fascism as the masses become violent and turn to vigilantism ...

.... trying to bring some conceptual clarity and to offer working definitions of both the mainstream right and the far right in Western Europe. It then outlines our argument that mainstream right parties in Western Europe experience a tension between, on the one hand, adapting to segments of the electorate that express the liberal and progressive values of the so-called 'silent revolution' and, on the other hand, representing voters who sympathize with the arguably authoritarian and nativist ideas associated with the so-called 'silent counter-revolution'.

Kristallnacht in 1938 ...

by Oui on Mon Nov 22nd, 2021 at 12:12:16 PM EST
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