Tuesday, October 13, 2009


Geert Wilders, who has 'Jewish-Indonesian' origins. His mother was born in Sukabumi (Geert Wilders is one of us, say Indies immigrants.)

On 13 October 2009, we learnt that Geert Wilders is free to enter Britain

Geert Wilders, is a Dutch politician, and possibly a CIA-Mossad asset.

Wilders' Party for Freedom is the second largest Dutch party in the European parliament.

Wilders is a strong supporter of Israel and has criticised countries he sees as enemies of Israel.[13]

Wilders supports implementing Israel's administrative detention in the Netherlands, a practice heavily criticized by human rights groups.[26]

Wilders believes that he has Jewish ancestry.[6]

The Dutch newspaper Telegraaf reported in May 2007 that Geert Wilders had been accompanied by the Dutch General Intelligence and Security Service for years.

During that time, Wilders had been regularly meeting officials at the Israeli Embassy in The Hague.[12]

'I don't hate Muslims. I hate Islam,' says Holland's rising star, Geert Wilders.

According to Dr.M's Analysis, 25 September 2009, Geert Wilders is a Zionist Jew

From Dr.M's Analysis we learn:

In an article in the left-wing weekly De Groene Amsterdammer anthropologist Lizzy Van Leeuwen asks: "Is it possible that the post-colonial and family history have made Wilders what he and his politics are today?"

The 6-page article reveals that Wilders' grandmother, Johanna Ording-Meijer, was from a Jewish-Indonesian family and that 'Wilders lied about this in his 2008 biography'.

Wilders' grandfather on his mother's side, Johan Ording, was a regional financial administrator in the Dutch colony of Indonesia (then called the Dutch East Indies).

Indonesia was a Dutch colony until 1949.

Many mixed-race Indonesians moved to the Netherlands after Indonesian independence.

Van Leeuwen describes how these people were seen as similar to immigrants from Turkey and Morocco.

Van Leeuwen explains how this group of mixed race Indonesians 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.



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