‘Trump is right’: Influential Dutch activist praises Trump for calling out the deliberate destruction of Europe

Right-wing Dutch political activist Eva Vlaardingerbroek has admitted that former President Donald Trump has a point.

About what? About the costs of unrestricted mass migration. Speaking at a rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin this Wednesday, Trump warned that European cities have become unrecognizable because of mass migration.


“We’ve seen what happened when Europe opened their doors to Jihad,” he said in the clip. “Look at Paris, look at London — they’re no longer recognizable. And I’m going to get myself into a lot of trouble with the folks in Paris and the folks in London, but you know what, that’s the fact.”

“They are no longer recognizable, and we can’t let that happen to our country. We have incredible culture, tradition — nothing wrong with their culture, their tradition. We can’t let that happen here, and I’ll never let it happen to the United States of America,” he added.

Responding to these remarks, Vlaardingerbroek tweeted on Thursday that he was right.

“President @realDonaldTrump is right,” she wrote. “London and Paris are no longer recognizable because our corrupt elite wants the old Europe gone.”

Attached to her tweet was a video clip from a recent speech she’d delivered in which she’d addressed the same topic.


“If the old Europe still exists in certain places, and people will be able to compare the new Europe to the old, and newsflash, they’ll prefer the old,” the speech began. “That’s why the Eurocrats hate Hungary so much. And their message is clear: Our way of life, our Christian religion, our nations, they have to go without exception.”

“Their vision of the future is the neo-liberal, unrecognizable Europe where every city becomes kind of like Brussels — ugly, dirty, unsafe, zero social cohesion, where the buildings are constantly under construction and they never ever seem to finish, and even when they do, the end result is uglier somehow than what they started with,” she added.

Brussels is the capital of the European Union.

“And what are we left with?” Vlaardingerbroek continued. “A permanent state of isolation, confusion, and disorientation. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the new world order. So what’s the antidote? A strong Christian Europe of sovereign nation-states. That’s why we need to outright reject the lie that nationalism causes war. It’s not nationalism or national sovereignty that causes war; it’s expansionism.”

“And where in Europe do we find that nowadays? In one place and one place only — Brussels. Isn’t it funny how the same people who erode our national sovereignty and love to do it … that those people are now telling us that we need to spend billions and billions of Euros on the national sovereignty of Ukraine? It’s a joke, honestly, and it’s a pretty sick and dangerous joke,” she concluded.

Responding to Vlaardingerbroek’s tweet, many critics expressed support, with some even urging her to travel to the United States to speak with Trump in person.


Vivek Saxena


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