The world Prophecy of Majeshi Leon

Dated: Sunday, 24 July 2011. 15:11hrs The Journal interviewed MAJESHI Leon about his Prophecy which will be published in ...
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Amabanga y’Ikuzimu mu karere k’Ibiyaga bigari.

Uyu muryango washinzwe nabanyafurika bakundaga umugabane wabo w'Africa, ariko uyu muryango wageze mu mabako yabayobozi bo mu karere k'ibiyaga bigari ...
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eaction of Geert Wilders to His Conviction by Geert Wilders

Dear friends, I still cannot believe it, but I have just been convicted. Because I asked a question about Moroccans. While the day before yesterday, scores of Moroccan asylum-seekers terrorized buses in Emmen and did not even had to pay a fine, a politician who asks a question about fewer Moroccans is sentenced.

The Netherlands have become a sick country. And I have a message for the judges who convicted me: You have restricted the freedom of speech of millions of Dutch and hence convicted everyone. No one trusts you anymore. But fortunately, truth and liberty are stronger than you. And so am I.


I will never be silent. You will not be able to stop me. And you are wrong, too. Moroccans are not a race, and people who criticize Moroccans are not racists. I am not a racist and neither are my voters. This sentence proves that you judges are completely out of touch.

And I have also a message for Prime Minister Rutte and the rest of the multicultural elite: You will not succeed in silencing me and defeating the PVV. Support for the Party for Freedom is stronger than ever, and keeps growing every day. The Dutch want their country back and cherish their freedom. It will not be possible to put the genie of positive change back in the bottle.

And to people at home I say: Freedom of speech is our pride. And this will remain so. For centuries, we Dutch have been speaking the unvarnished truth. Free speech is our most important possession. We will never let them take away our freedom of speech. Because the flame of freedom burns within us and cannot be extinguished.

Millions of Dutch are sick and tired of political correctness. Sick and tired of the elite which only cares about itself and ignores the ordinary Dutchman. And sells out our country. People no longer feel represented by all these disconnected politicians, judges and journalists, who have been harming our people for so long, and make our country weaker instead of stronger.

But I will keep fighting for you, and I tell all of you: thank you so much. Thank you so much for all your support. It is really overwhelming; I am immensely grateful to you. Thanks to your massive and heartfelt support, I know that I am not alone. That you back me, and are with me, and unwaveringly stand for freedom of expression.

Today, I was convicted in a political trial, which, shortly before the elections, attempts to neutralize the leader of the largest and most popular opposition party. But they will not succeed. Not even with this verdict. Because I speak on behalf of millions of Dutch. And the Netherlands are entitled to politicians who speak the truth, and honestly address the problems with Moroccans. Politicians who will not let themselves be silenced. Not even by the judges. And you can count on it: I will never be silent.

And this conviction only makes me stronger. This is a shameful sentence, which, of course, I will appeal. But I can tell you, I am now more vigorous than ever. And I know: together, we aim for victory.

Standing shoulder-to-shoulder, we are strong enough to change the Netherlands.

To allow our children to grow up in a country they can be proud of.
In a Netherlands where we are allowed to say again what we think.
Where everybody can safely walk the streets again.
Where we are in charge of our own country again.

And that is what we stand for. For freedom and for our beautiful Netherlands.

Geert Wilders is a member of the Dutch Parliament and leader of the Party for Freedom (PVV).

Dumb Idea of the Year Award

Vadim Nikitim is the genius who last week proposed not only that we treat ISIS as a state, but that we grant ISIS diplomatic recognition.

  • Rather than realizing that the Soviet Union collapsed because of its economic system, Nikitim seems to think it fell apart because countries such as the US and UK recognized it diplomatically — demonstrating that there is no better way to get the present wrong than by getting the past wrong.
  • The case of Saudi prince Saud bin Abdulaziz Bin Nasir might give the impression that you can rape and kill a manservant in a London hotel and get away with only the lightest of sentences.
  • Ambassadors from ISIS, on the other hand, will need to prove themselves somewhat, and first funnel many lucrative contracts our way before behaviour like this becomes acceptable.
  • Of course, there is always that pesky problem: What if militant Islam (or Iran) does not want toforge a long (or short) peace” with us? Is there a Plan B?

It is that Dumb Idea of the Year Award time again, and among the many stellar contenders, one in particular stands out.

The diplomatic convention in Great Britain is that new ambassadors present themselves at the Court of St James. There they meet representatives of the monarch and are officially recognized as representing their state in the UK. So it would be interesting to consider even just the earliest ramifications of the British Independent newspaper contributor Vadim Nikitim getting his way. This is the genius who last week bypassed all those tedious arguments over whether or not ISIS constitutes a state, and proposed not only that we treat it as such but that it is also time to grant ISIS diplomatic recognition.

Mr. Nikitim’s argument was that pariah states can be brought in to the international system through such measures, as U.S. President Barack Obama presumably imagines he is doing with Iran. Nikitim invites us to consider the precedent of the USSR. And rather than realizing that the USSR collapsed because its economic system caused it to collapse, Nikitim seems to think that the Soviet Union fell apart because countries such as the US and UK recognized it diplomatically — demonstrating that there is no better way to get the present wrong than by getting the past wrong. He argues,

“Only by recognising and treating ISIS as a bona fide state can we hope to understand its workings and motivations… Only by accepting reality and extending diplomatic recognition to ISIS can the West hope to gain a credible means to moderate and constrain its further advance. The Soviet scenario is now the least worst option: it is time to forge a long peace with militant Islam.”

“Only”? Ah, yes, we can all can see how splendidly recognition “moderated” the Third Reich, North Korea and Sudan, just for a sampling. As the columnist Mary Anastasia O’Grady wrote last week on the first anniversary of Cuba’s recognition by the United States: “Thousands of arrests, migrants flee and Russia wants in. Sound familiar?”

It must certainly be hoped that if Nikitim’s advice is followed, that there are cameras present at the Court of St. James for the arrival of the first ISIS emissary. Every last detail of the meeting would be worth capturing for posterity.

Who might ISIS send? Middle Eastern protocol would ordinarily demand that the ambassador is a close relative of the ruler of the state in question. Does Caliph al-Baghdadi have a first cousin he might ship over? What about using the posting to address the common question of what to do with the third son — the sort who has been drifting a bit, showing too much interest in girls and not enough in the family business? A London stint could be just the answer.

The reception ceremony might be a useful moment to explain certain “rules of the road” in Britain. Though a delicate matter, years of courtly experience should help ease things along. It is perfectly possible, for instance, that the ISIS ambassador will think that you can get away with absolutely anything in the UK. For instance, anyone who remembers the case of Saudi prince Saud bin Abdulaziz Bin Nasir might have got the impression that you can rape and beat a manservant, treat him like an animal, make him sleep on the floor and then even kill him in a 5-star London hotel and get away with only the lightest of sentences. It would have to be explained to ISIS’s ambassador that you can only get away with such behaviour in London if you are a grandson of the Saudi King, or from a country with an equally long and decorous diplomatic history. Ambassadors from ISIS, on the other hand, will need to prove themselves somewhat, and first funnel many lucrative contracts our way before behaviour like this becomes acceptable.

If by this point the ISIS ambassador is feeling at his ease, he might make some inquiries of his own. How many non-Muslim women will he be allowed to enslave during his stay? How large are the Kurdish and Yazidi populations of the UK? When people talk about getting “smashed” and “off their heads” in London these days, does it mean quite what he thinks it means? What about getting stoned? By this point, the slightly sly and shifty look on the new ambassador’s face may well have transformed into something altogether more trusting and a new “special relationship” have got underway.

Between a system which allows gay people to marry and one which throws them of buildings, there is bound to be some compromise. Between a group which destroys Middle Eastern culture and one which carefully preserves it in museums across its cities, there is certain to be some common ground.

Of course, the nightmare hurdle of the protocol at state dinners will still lie ahead. It is hard enough keeping the Iranian ambassador apart from the Israeli ambassador when the line-up is done alphabetically (thank God for Ireland). But it might be necessary to keep the ISIS ambassador in another room if he discovers there is an actual Jew present. The new ambassador’s incessant demands for everyone else to “convert or die” could be smoothed over by the interventions of the Queen’s footmen, who are past masters at delicately alerting visitors if they are using the wrong knife for the fish-course. The request of the ISIS ambassador to bring his own knife to state banquets will have to be handled carefully of course, as will the question of where to hide the Queen’s dogs when the ISIS ambassador is in the house.

Of course, there is always that pesky, squirrelly problem: What if militant Islam (or Iran) does not want toforge a long (or short) peace” with us? Is there a Plan B?

But once all these negligible diplomatic hillocks are navigated, there is no reason why the Independent’s columnist may not be proven right and the “long peace with militant Islam” can finally start.

DR.Kaminuza,aminuje mubugambanyi,n’ubugome no kumena amaraso mpemuke ndamuke.

Inyangenews ivuye murugendo mu gihugu cya Mexisco,aho yari yagiye gutara amakuru kuri maneko w’Urwanda witwa Hakizimana Eugene uzwi ku izina rya KAMINUZA ubu uri gukora icyiciro cya Doctrate cyangwa PHD,amakuru inyangenews yatuzaniye,afite gihamye,aravuga yuko uyu munyeshuri Hakizimana Eugene,ukomoka inyanza,ngo yahawe amabwiriza yyogukora uko ashoboye akamenya amakuru ajyanye n’Umwami w’Urwanda KIGELI wa V Ndahindurwa.

Amakuru inyangenews yatugejejeho aravuga yuko mbere yuko Kaminuza ajya gukora icyiciro cya masters,yarasanzwe akora mukigo cya KIST,akaba arinaho yize ishami rya management yaje guhabwa akazi mu mushinga witwa KIST Incubators uyu mushinga warushinzwe gushakira abanyeshuri inguzanyo barangije kwiga batarabona akazi nokubashishikariza kwihangira imirimo.

Bitewe namafaranga yabonekaga y’inkunga yuwo mushinga,uyu mushinga ukaba waruhagarariwe n’umuhinde witwa Rajeev,waje guhabwa indangamuntu nka ruswa kugirango FPR,imukoreshe mukwiba amafaranga agenewe abanyeshuri bakirangiza bihimbira imishinga yo kwiteza imbere,aya mafaranga nta munyeshuri numwe wigeze ayabonaho,kugeza aho igihugu cy’Ubuhollande cyateraga inkunga uyu mushinga cyafashe gahunda yoguhagarika iyo nkunga kuko cyari kimaze kubona amwe mu makuru yuko amafaranga batanga aribwa nabayobozi bigihugu.

Kaminuza rero yaje gusaba kujya kwiga masters,baramwemerera arajyenda arayikora nkuko izina rye riri,ayirangiza neza,yemererwa gukora icyiciro cya PHD,ubu akaba aricyo arimo gukurikirana aho mu gihugu cya Mexisco,ayo yahawe inshingano zo kuneka abanyarwanda batavuga rumwe n’ubutegetsi bw’ikigali.Iyi milimo akaba ayikora kuko yemerewe yuko nayikora neza igihe azaba arangije azahabwa akazi keza nka Dr.

Ni muri urwo rwego yatangiye kwigira inshuti y’ikinyamakuru inyangenews,agahora yandika za email abaririza uburyo yagera kumakuru y’Umwami w’Urwanda kugirango amutangeho amakuru ajyanye n’uko FPR,ibyifuza yitwaje yuko akomoka inyanza,yatangiwe asaba ikinyamakuru inyangenews kujya akorana nacyo ndetse akaba yagitera inkunga kugirango abone uburyo bwiza bwo kukiyegereza azabone uko yivugana abanyamakuru b’inyangenews,ndetse na nyir’Urwanda atamusize.

Amaze kubona yuko ikinyamakuru inyangenews kitamuhaye amakuru yacyifuzagaho,yahise akimenyesha ko,inkunga yari yaracyemereye itakibonetse!yarangije avuga yuko ibinyamakuru bitavuga rumwe na leta y’Urwanda byandika ibihimbano n’amaranga mutima,ariko ibyo ukibaza icyo byaba bimutwaye bikayoberana kuko ntagahato umunyarwanda ashyirwaho gusoma amakuru ibinyamakuru bitavuga rumwe na leta yemera.

Ntabwo ari Kaminuza wenyine,ahubwo amakuru dufite avuga yuko abanyeshuri bose bafite Bursar,bose bashinzwe gutanga amakuru muri minister ya Mushikiwabo binyuze muri ambasade z’Urwanda zikorera mubihugu byo hanze,ubwo rero urumva birenge niwowe ubwirwa mwirinde kugirango hatagira umuzi wogusharira umera muri mwe!

Naho Kaminuza reka akomeze gutata abadafite urubanza igihe nikigera kizamubwira!”The time will tell him” ibi byose biriguterwa n’ubwoba leta y’Urwanda ifitiye abatavuga rumwe nayo barushaho kugende bagwiza imbaraga umunsi kumunsi ikaba irigukora ibishoboka byose kugirango irebe ko yabarimbura,ariko bias nibyayinaniye kuko nabayikezaga b’Abahutu,nabob amaze kuyitahura usibye bari basanzwe bayizi bishakiraga igiceri none babonye igeze mu marembera itangiye kubafunga ibita ibyotso n;’utudomo.



Dear Mr. Trump, we Africans are excited about your presidency and want to see you become the future leader of that great nation because you embody quality of solutions for Africa. There is nothing we have not seen or heard from the Clinton’s family and presidency, their legacy has left scars from the misery they supported in our countries which we have been forced to accept as a way of life. To us Clinton represent endless conflicts, exploitation of the weak, reign terror, violence and hopeless continent.

We want to see change in our time; we are ready to open our continent for this change to take place. We have followed your campaigns, listened to your speeches and have come to believe that you make a great president for this generation. America should remember its mission of leading by example than mislead infant states! You have our backing; just let us know what you need from Africans to boost your campaign. I know you do not need money from us for we are poor and marginalized, but we do have a good noise that could silence your opponents at a crucial time, we have the records of wrongs for those who are poised to challenge you for this post, if these records can be dished out for public consumption, shame will eliminate your opponents even if they are still surviving on the pain killers to spread their contagious flu.

Dear Americans citizens, we have enjoyed 8 long years of ambiance under Obama administration, it is now time to go back to serious obligations of your country which you were entrusted by your founding fathers, ‘America is to become the guardian of modern democracy and a new hope for the hopeless societies, specifically the smaller states’. This is the interpretation of President Truman’s vision which was later cemented by your bravest leader J.F. Kennedy.

In the Atlantic Charter, from which we derive the idea of the United Nations, your president Franklin D. Roosevelt, listed Allied goals for reasons which America could be drawn to war against another state as the desire to removing threats to the liberty of man and defence for self governance of weaker states.  During the hailstorm of World War II, Roosevelt made sure that his friends the British Prime Minister Churchill and the Russian president Joseph Stalin, were not motivated by interest of subjugating the weaker societies or expansionism to go to war before persuaded him into an alliance against Hitler’s Nazi Germany. If America still breeds visionary leaders with a clear global vision in which all men are included in their telescope of equal beings, then you got to vote for Mr. Trump as your president and best representative to the World. We have seen his quality that will preserve the American true values and our continent too foresees that his reign will become a positive omen for us to view the future in its full dimension.

I wish also to remind my readers that the majority of Africans, fall in the category of those classified as minorities in USA; therefore we call for American minorities to vote for Mr. Trump into the White House so that our World here can restart a new light year of hope.

Dear Africans and black men, Trump said ‘blacks are lazy and only good at sex is not a blasphemy and should cause no resentment in a positive mind; a friendly whip would point a finger at your spot and this could only be done by someone who cares enough than mockers. Those who are at the receiving end from brutal regimes like my compatriots in Rwanda understand this truth and should cause them to desire to back Mr. Trump for meaningful hope and progress for this continent

Support Trump, the Republican presidential candidate by writing letters of support like this one to all Americans.



Donald Trump Boosts Europe’s Anti-Establishment Movement “What America can do we can do as well.”

  • “America has just liberated itself from political correctness. The American people expressed their desire to remain a free and democratic people. Now it is time for Europe. We can and will do the same!” — Geert Wilders, Dutch MP, head of the Party for Freedom (PVV), and now on trial in the Netherlands for free speech.

  • “2016 is, by the looks of it, going to be the year of two great political revolutions. I thought Brexit was big but boy this looks like it is going to be even bigger.” — Nigel Farage, MEP and leader of the UK Independence Party.
  • “The political class is reviled across much of the West, the polling industry is bankrupt and the press just hasn’t woken up to what’s going on in the world.” — Nigel Farage.
  • “In a democracy, when the people feel ignored and despised, they will find a way to be heard. This vote is the consequence of a revolt of the middle class against a ruling elite that wants to impose what they should think.” — Laurent Wauquiez, leader of the French opposition party The Republicans.

Donald Trump’s electoral victory has come as a shock to Europe’s political and media establishment, which fears that the political sea change underway in the United States will energize populist parties in Europe.

Anti-establishment politicians, many of whom are polling well in a number of upcoming European elections, are hoping Trump’s rise will inspire European voters to turn out to vote for them in record numbers.

Commenting on Trump’s victory, Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders, wrote: “America has just liberated itself from political correctness. The American people expressed their desire to remain a free and democratic people. Now it is time for Europe. We can and will do the same!”

More than a dozen elections will be held in Europe during the next twelve months, beginning with a re-run of the Austrian presidential election scheduled for December 4. Polls show that Norbert Hofer, of the anti-immigration Austrian Freedom Party, is on track to win that race.

Also on December 4, Italians will vote in a referendum on reforming the constitution. Observers say Trump’s victory will make it more difficult for Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, one the few world leaders publicly to endorse Hillary Clinton, to prevail. They say Renzi’s open support for Clinton will hurt Italy’s relations with the United States. Renzi has said he will resign if he loses the referendum, which calls for curbing the role of the Senate. Most opinion polls show the “no” camp ahead. Renzi says the move will simplify decision-making, but opponents say it will reduce checks and balances.

General elections are scheduled in 2017 for the Czech Republic, France, Germany and the Netherlands, EU countries where anti-establishment candidates are challenging the established order.

Mainstream politicians and the media have sought to discredit populist leaders by branding them as neo-Nazi and xenophobic for their opposition to mass migration, multiculturalism and the rise of Islam in Europe. If Donald Trump can demonstrate that he is able to govern the United States and produce tangible results, especially by growing the economy and curbing illegal immigration, Europe’s political establishment will have a much harder time stigmatizing dissenters.

Anti-establishment politicians in Europe, such as Party for Freedom leader Geert Wilders (left) in the Netherlands and UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage (right), have embraced Donald Trump and hope his rise will inspire European voters to turn out to vote for them in record numbers.

What follows is a selection of official European reactions to Trump’s election victory. Anti-establishment politicians have embraced Trump, while establishment politicians have mostly issued pro forma congratulatory statements that are polite but formal and distant.

Austria. The leader of the Freedom Party, Heinz-Christian Strache, congratulated Trump on Facebook. He wrote:

“Little by little, the political left and the out-of-touch and corrupt establishment is being punished by voters and driven from power. This is a good thing, because the law comes from the people. The Austrian mainstream media, which has been campaigning against Trump for weeks and prematurely declared Hillary Clinton the victor, were embarrassed by the voting public.”

Belgium. The populist Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest) party congratulated Trump and said his unexpected election victory could be repeated in Europe. Party chairman Tom Van Grieken tweeted: “U.S. election shows again how far politicians are from the people.” In another tweet, he wrote: “The rise of Trump is not an isolated phenomenon. In Europe too, more and more voters want real change.”

Britain. Prime Minister Theresa May said:

“I would like to congratulate Donald Trump on being elected the next President of the United States, following a hard-fought campaign. Britain and the United States have an enduring and special relationship based on the values of freedom, democracy and enterprise. We are, and will remain, strong and close partners on trade, security and defense.”

The leader of the UK Independence Party, Nigel Farage, who successfully campaigned for the “Brexit” referendum for Britain to leave the European Union, said Trump’s victory did not surprise him. He tweeted:

“2016 is, by the looks of it, going to be the year of two great political revolutions. I thought Brexit was big but boy this looks like it is going to be even bigger.”

He also tweeted: “I hand over the mantle to @RealDonaldTrump! Many congratulations. You have fought a brave campaign.”

Speaking to ITV, Farage said: “The political class is reviled across much of the West, the polling industry is bankrupt and the press just hasn’t woken up to what’s going on in the world.”

Czech Republic. President Milos Zeman said Trump’s election was a victory over “media manipulation.” He said:

“I would like to cordially congratulate Donald Trump. I had, as one of few European politicians, declared public support for this candidate because I agree with his opinions on migration as well as the fight against Islamic terrorism. I appreciate Donald Trump’s public demeanor. He speaks clearly, sometimes roughly, but understandably, and avoids what is sometimes called political correctness.”

European Union. European Council President Donald Tusk wrote:

“Europe and the United States simply have no option but to cooperate as closely as possible. I listened with attention to President-elect Trump’s call for American unity. And I, in turn, would like to call for European and transatlantic unity. I do not believe that any country today can be great in isolation. But I do believe that America and Europe can, should and will work together. It is in our common interest. We have to recognise that this will take major efforts from both sides. The EU is a strong and reliable partner and will remain so. We expect the same from America and its new President.”

France. President François Hollande tweeted: “The American people have expressed themselves. They elected Donald Trump. I congratulate him. I am also thinking of Hillary Clinton.”

The French Ambassador to the US, Gérard Araud, tweeted: “This is the end of an epoch. After Brexit and this vote anything is possible. The world is crumbling in front of our eyes.” He later deleted the tweet.

Former Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin said: “What’s happening in the US could happen in France.”

Former Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin said: “The boundaries of reason disappeared with Brexit, the main lesson for France is that Le Pen can win.”

Laurent Wauquiez, leader of the opposition party The Republicans, said: “In a democracy, when the people feel ignored and despised, they will find a way to be heard. This vote is the consequence of a revolt of the middle class against a ruling elite that wants to impose what they should think.”

The leader of the National Front party, Marine Le Pen, tweeted: “Congratulations to the new president of the United States Donald Trump and the free American people!”

Le Pen’s father, party founder Jean-Marie Le Pen, tweeted: “Today the United States, tomorrow France.”

Germany. Chancellor Angela Merkel, who did not mention Trump by name, lectured the president-elect on values:

“Germany and America are connected by values of democracy, freedom and respect for the law and the dignity of man, independent of origin, skin color, religion, gender, sexual orientation or political views. I offer the next president of the United States close cooperation on the basis of these values.”

Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel was less gracious. He said:

“Trump is the harbinger of a new authoritarian and chauvinist international movement. He is also a warning for us. Our country and Europe must change if we want to counter the authoritarian international movement.”

Foreign Minister Foreign Frank-Walter Steinmeier said:

“We hope that we are not facing greater instability in international politics. During his campaign, Trump was critical not just of Europe, but also of Germany. I believe we must prepare for American foreign policy becoming less predictable. We must prepare for a situation in which America will be tempted to make decisions on its own more often.

“I do not want to sugarcoat it: Nothing will be easier and much will be more difficult. Just as we Germans learned a lot in the past from our American friends, we should now encourage our American friends to stay true to past partnerships and to us.”

Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said Trump’s victory was “a big shock” and “not a vote for him but rather against Washington, against the establishment.” She added:

“Of course we Europeans, as a NATO ally, know that if Donald Trump becomes president, he’ll ask: What are you contributing to this alliance? But we’re also wondering, what’s your position on this alliance?”

Justice Minister Heiko Maas tweeted: “The world won’t end. But it will get crazier.”

The leader of the populist Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party, Frauke Petry, predicted that Trump’s victory would result in a political change in Europe too. On Facebook, she wrote:

“It was high time that in the United States of America, people who feel disaffected withdrew their vote for the political establishment. While 93% of voters in Washington, DC voted for Clinton in order to retain their own power structures, the majority of voters across the country want a political new beginning, an economic recovery for the stricken middle class and an end of division in what is still the most powerful country in the world.

“This election result is encouraging for Germany and for Europe, because Trump really has the cards for political sea-change in his hand. I congratulate Donald Trump on his election victory and on this historic chance….

“Like Americans, citizens of Germany must have the courage to put a tick in the ballot box and not remain complacent. Their opinion counts, even if political correctness would appear to have elevated the decreed consensus to the level of a new doctrine.”

Beatrix von Storch, an AfD Member of the European Parliament, wrote:

“Donald Trump’s victory is a clear signal that citizens of the Western world want political change. This is a surprise only to the establishment. In the USA as well as Germany, citizens wish for secure borders, less globalism, and politics that focus with common sense on issues in their own country.”

Hungary. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán wrote on Facebook: “What great news. Democracy is still alive.”

Italy. The founder of the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement, Beppe Grillo, hailed Trump’s victory. He wrote:

“This is proof that these millions of demagogues are not the people, they are journalists, intellectuals, anchored to a world that no longer exists. There are similarities between these events in America and our movement…. We are going to govern and they will ask: ‘But how did they do it?’ They channelled the collective anger.”

The Netherlands. Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders said:

“America regained its national sovereignty, its identity, it reclaimed its own democracy, that’s why I call it a revolution.

“Now there is a leader, despite all the negativity spread about him by the political elite and the press, that has only one concern, and that is the national interest of the voters of America who are concerned about immigration, who are concerned about the job loss as a result of globalization, who are concerned about the Islamization of their society. And he tends to say the truth and convince people that if they start moving, anything is possible, and I believe the historical event of yesterday will have an enormous effect on European politics as well.

“The lesson for Europe is, what America can do we can do as well.”

In an essay published by Breitbart, Wilders wrote:

“Yesterday, the American people made it quite clear that they do not want to follow in Western Europe’s footsteps. They do not want to give their country away. They want to preserve their nation, their freedoms, their prosperity. They felt the time for liberation had come.

“The American voters no longer want to be represented by politicians who do not take their concerns seriously. They felt Donald Trump was the only one who listens to them….

“America has just liberated itself from political correctness. The American people expressed their desire to remain a free and democratic people. Now it is time for Europe. We can and will do the same!”

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