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Discrimination is the unlawful distinction between people or groups.
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Wilders discriminates non-Western immigrants (“allochtonen”)

Interviewer: “What will be the first thing you will change if you would be leading The Netherlands tomorrow?”
Wilders: "The borders will be closed the very same day for all non-Western immigrants."
Geert Wilders, interview in De Volkskrant, 7 October 2006

"If more people need to remain working for more years, the PVV thinks that the Turks and Moroccans should be the first ones: In the age of 55-64 less than 10% of them currently works. It is unacceptable to have working Dutchmen pay the bill for this, by making them work on until their 67th birthday, which even restricts the financial build-up of their pension."
Reaction PVV on the commission Bakker report on social security after 65, 2 July 2008

Interviewer: “Do you for instance think that the fact that cities such as Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague -soon if not now already- will be in majority non-white, is unacceptable for The Netherlands?” Wilders: “Of course this is unacceptable."
Geert Wilders, BBC Hardtalk interview, 22 March 2006

"The Group Wilders [predecessor of PVV] suggests to change the Law on Dutch Citizenship such that naturalised people will lose their Dutch nationality and will be expelled if they don't learn the Dutch language, become criminal or will be convicted for acts that violate the public order."
[in the Dutch version of this text, the word “convicted” contains a spelling mistake]
First reaction Group Wilders on the State Budget Proposal for 2005, on www.geertwilders.nl, 21 September 2004

“As long as you are not Dutch, you cannot claim any form of social security."
Declaration of Independence Group Wilders, 13 March 2005

"The immigration from non-Western countries should be completely forbidden in the coming years."
Geert Wilders, NRC Handelsblad, Op-ed, 22 July 2005

"[I want] More severe sanctions against violence in general and in particular against violence that is being conducted by Moroccan youth, which could include expulsion and denaturalisation for recidivists."
Geert Wilders, NRC Handelsblad, Op-ed, 20 June 2006

"I am not denying anyone the right to family life. Including non-Western immigrants. They can marry, they can live together. Just not in The Netherlands."
Geert Wilders, De Volkskrant, 7 October 2006

As long as the suggested PvdA State Secretaries Ahmed Aboutaleb [Dutch-Moroccan] and Nebahat Albayrak [Dutch-Turkish] have a double nationality, they should not be allowed in the new government administration. That's what Geert Wilders thinks. "A Minister or State Secretary can not serve two masters at the same time." Wilders thinks it is principally wrong that members of government have double nationality, he says to Elsevier.nl.
Geert Wilders, website Elsevier 15 February 2007

"Ministers and State Secretaries can not have two nationalities".
Geert Wilders, NOVA, 28 February 2007

"Non-Western immigrants with a double nationality, who commit a crime, such as those many Moroccan street terrorists who are a hazard to the safety of large parts of The Netherlands, they have to hand in their Dutch passport and will leave the country."
Geert Wilders, TV election broadcast PVV, 10 February 2008

"Do you agree with me that, when children of non-Western immigrant parents are continuously causing problems and have a history with police and Justice, the whole family has to be denaturalised and expelled?"
PVV MP Fleur Agema, Vrij Nederland, 8 March 2008

"No actions are taken to stop mass immigration, promote remigration and rebuke the high frequency of inactivity among non-Western immigrants. Jan and Annie [old-fashioned Dutch names] are paying for Achmed and Fatima. The Netherlands have to choose: immigration country or welfare state."
Reaction PVV on the commission Bakker report on social security after 65, 2 July 2008

"For the PVV it is clear who has to get out off their lazy chair and who can sit in it after a life of hard work. For the PVV it is clear that The Netherlands should not be an immigration country; only then the welfare state can be maintained for those who are entitled to it after a life of hard work."
Reaction PVV on the commission Bakker report on social security after 65, 2 July 2008

"I sometimes think: in the airplane they are already being taught: you vote for Wouter Bos [Dutch Labour Party leader], he give you social benefit. But who is paying the bill? Who pays the hunderd billion? That's the people who have build The Netherlands, the people who work hard, the people who put aside money and who pay their taxes on time. The ordinary Dutchman who doesn get anything for free. Henk and Ingrid [typical Dutch names] are paying for Mohammed and Fatima."
Geert Wilders during "General Political Considerations" ("Algemeen Politieke Beschouwingen") at the presentation of the government budget for the year 2009, 18 September 2008 (on pvv.nl)

"Mr. Aboutaleb should better be mayor of Rabat (Morocco) instead of Rotterdam. With him as first citizen Rotterdam is Rabat on the Maas river", argues Geert Wilders. "A Moroccan as mayor of the second city in The Netherlands is just as crazy as a Dutchman as mayor of Mecca. The Cabinet should not be allowed to appoint mr. Aboutaleb, who after all is a Moroccan too, as mayor of Rotterdam. If this continues, we'll get an imam for our arch bishop. This is insanity", says the PVV leader.
Press release PVV, 17 October 2008

"The reason is a proposal by the PVV to expel Moroccan problematic youth together with their parents if they commit a crime. Other parties believe this is discrimination because no such arrangement is being proposed for 'indigenous' Dutchmen."
RTLnieuws.nl on PVV MP Sietse Fritsma, 3 December 2008

"He [Wilders] declares that, if it is up to the PVV, in the future no street or neighborhood would have a majority of non-Western immigrants."
Press release PVV, 7 March 2009

"Do you share the opinion dat it is very undesirable that possibly already in 2012 a majority of non-Western immigrants will exist in Rotterdam, considering the big problems that are connected to this group in relation to criminality, welfare dependence and integration? If not, why not?" (..) "What measures do you want to take to prevent that 'indigenous' Dutch people soon will be a minority in Rotterdam?"
Parliamentary questions by the PVV, published on the PVV website, 5 May 2009


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