On Saturday, Geert Wilders defended his previous declarations where he stated that he wanted “less Moroccans” in the Netherlands. The Dutch MP ensured that “he told the truth” and that “he said nothing wrong”.
These statements were made during an impromptu press conference held at the Dutch Parliament, which came after the unprecedented wave of protests that hit the Netherlands.
“I told the truth, I have no regrets and will apologize to no one” stated clearly Geert Wilders during the press conference.
To counter his comparison with the Nazis by different politicians and the media, Geert Wilders took the defence by saying: “I stayed within the law”.
The prosecution have received hundreds of complaints by Thursday, and the count has stopped at the time being due to their large numbers.
The Moroccan Times.