“If they don’t like a changing Netherlands in which people with different cultures live… like in the city of Zaandam or the neighbourhood of Poelenburg, they should leave the country,” Turkish Muslim party leader Tunahan Kuzu (below) says in an interview.
Voice of Europe As Dutch broadcaster NOS reports, Tunahan Kuzu, the political leader of the DENK party in the Netherlands, has caused some serious controversy. “By seeing you as a foreigner, as a Turk, they basically say we, the Dutch, feel superior and that person does not belong..”
PVV leader Geert Wilders reacts on Twitter to remark Kuzu. “My message to Kuzu, Think and all other Erdogan-lovers “Go back to Turkey!”
Kuzu’s DENK party is a controversial party that is rapidly growing in Dutch urban areas. It especially performs well in areas with high Muslim populations, for example in western Amsterdam (Amsterdam Nieuw-West).
In the latest Dutch national election, in March 2017, DENK won three seats grabbing almost 200,000 votes. One year later, in the municipal elections, the party was by far the largest in ‘Amsterdam Nieuw-West’ and swept away some of the traditional leftist parties.
DENK was founded in February 2015, by two former Turkish labour party (PVDA) members: Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk. Both did not agree with the party’s integration policy.
During the latest meeting with their former party PVDA, Selçuk Öztürk even said during an argument: “May Allah punish you!”
What Kuzu is specifically referring to when he speaks of “a changing Netherlands” remains unclear. Maybe he’s referring to how every year a thousand underage Dutch girls are trafficked into sex slavery by pimps with migrant backgrounds.
Maybe he’s referring to school children being indoctrinated into the new diversity-friendly environment by being made to pray in mosques.
It's great that these kids are learning about other cultures while they visit the Middle East.
Oh wait, this is Holland. pic.twitter.com/W4Vlm9GGkk
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) October 18, 2016
Maybe he’s referring to graffiti scrawled on the wall of a primary school that read, “Cancer Wilders is gonna die,” a reference to the anti-immigration politician, “attack Jews,” “kill all Jews,” “Jews gonna die,” or the term “ISIS”.
Graffiti on a primary school in the Netherlands. This is the cultural enrichment Europe has invited in. pic.twitter.com/m8M926IpWH
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) August 17, 2016