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Dutch Far-Right Leader Geert Wilders Convicted of Hate Speech


Dutch Far-Right Leader Geert Wilders Convicted of Hate Speech: The trial centered on an incident in The Hague where Wilders asked a crowd whether they wanted fewer or more Moroccans in the country, leading to chants of “Fewer!Fewer!” to which Wilders replied,“We’re going to organize that.”

Following the verdict, Wilders released an English-language YouTube video denouncing his conviction as a crackdown on free speech by the “multi-cultural elite,” and declaring, “The Dutch want their country back.”

The trial and verdict have only boosted support for the controversial far-right leader, with the PVV leading in national polls and forecasted to overtake its rivals in Holland’s election next March.

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