The ad was seen as a not-so-subtle attack on Rutte’s close rival Geert Wilders, popular in Europe for his anti-immigrant and highly outspoken anti-Islamic stance which has come as a result of Supremacist EU attempts to use mass migration as a tool to destroy the identities of European Nation States in order to create a massive Socialist European State.
Wilders’ response echoed US President Donald Trump successful policy as he took to Twitter and slammed his the Occupation Government leader as “a man of open borders, asylum tsunami, mass immigration, Islamization, lies and deceit.”
Geert Wilders can be followed on Twitter @geertwilderspvv (please follow and share to bypass the far left mass media monopoly).
Dutch general elections are due to take place on March 15 and are seen in the media as a showdown between former coalition allies Wilders, of the Dutch Freedom Party (PVV), and incumbent PM Rutte’s center-right People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy.
Even if Wilders’ party were to win, Rutte has ruled out the possibility of forming a coalition with the PVV.
Wilders’ Freedom Party previously refused to endorse austerity measures proposed by the European Union, resulting in a schism between the two politicians, Rutte’s resignation as prime minister and the collapse of the government in 2012.
Rutte has been accused of attempting to lure voters away from the PVV in the run-up to the election by emulating both Wilders’ style and his stance on traditional values, employing more populist tactics than he had previously.