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Islamophobes, White Supremacists and Gays for Trump—the Alt-Right Arrives at the RNC | The Nation


Islamophobes, White Supremacists and Gays for Trump—the Alt-Right Arrives at the RNC | The Nation: Before Geller and Yiannopolous spoke, the crowd welcomed the notorious Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who runs the anti-immigrant Dutch Party for Freedom. Wilders, a Trump admirer, was banned from entering Britain in 2009 for his Islamophobia (the decision was reversed in 2010) but welcomed here in Cleveland. He denounced politicians who “are Churchills when we need Chamberlains,” called Europe “Eurabia,” and said both the U.S. and Europe are at risk from Muslim residents who’ve traveled to train with ISIS but are allowed to return home anyway.

“Sharia means hate,” Wilders declared, adding “Islam has no place in a free society.” Wilders’ party is leading in the polls.“I could become the next prime minister,” he told the crowd. “I don’t want more Muslims in the Netherlands.” Some in the crowd didn’t seem to know who he was when he began, but Wilders left the stage to chants of “Geert, Geert, Geert.”

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