Netherlands: Wilders accuses Labour of filling country with ‘Islamic voting fodder’
Via Volkskrant, DutchNews:
During a parliamentary debate Thursday, Geert Wilders said that for the past decade the Labour party had filled the country with ‘Islamic voting fodder’.
Emile Roemer, leader of the Socialist Party, thought that was so insulting towards Muslims that he told Wilders he refused to listen further and left the chamber.
PM Rutte later distanced himself from Wilder's statement and said it was a very inappropriate term.