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‘In the EU, the rule of law does not apply to patriots’

Marcel De Graaff, a Dutch member of the European Parliament and the co-chair of the Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENF) group in the European parliament, warned that the bloc was pursuing a deliberate strategy of Islamification.

Published: January 24, 2018, 6:41 am

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    From remarks made by De Graaff in the European Parliament in Strasbourg this month, it is clear that the EU is following a blatant, deliberate policy of population replacement in Europe.

    He is a member of Geert Wilders’ Freedom Party, a Roman Catholic and lives in Rotterdam.

    De Graaff said while the scenario is “not in the white book of Mr. Juncker” the President of the European Commission, it is nevertheless the course set for the EU.

    “When the EU continues on its present course, the future of Europe will be Islamic. That is the objective of the Islamic world. And that is the objective of the EU elite,” De Graaff warned.

    It is the aim of the open border policy. And it is the aim of this criminal mass immigration,” he said.

    “Of course there are casualties of abuse, murder and rape. That’s the price to pay for extermination of national identities. That is deliberate EU policy.”

    But he added that there still remains one obstacle “on the road to the European Caliphate”, singling out the patriotic citizens who vote for patriotic parties.

    “The EU has declared these parties to be their enemies, their biggest threat. In the EU, the rule of law doesn’t apply to Patriots. They are homo sacer.” The Latin term homo sacer was used in Roman law, denoting a person who is banned and may be killed by anybody, but may not be sacrificed in a religious ritual.

    “The future of Europe is the caliphate. Unless the citizens rise and defend their culture and identity,” De Graaff concluded.

    Italian psychiatrist Alessandro Meluzzi, also warned that Europeans were being replaced. He said if the dangers of political correctness were not acknowleged, the people of the West would be replaced soon.

    Last year, De Graaff condemned the spike in sexual crimes committed by migrants in a speech to the European Parliament, which led to outrage by the elitist surrogates.

    “Mr De Graaff ‘s statement has no place in this parliament!” one Dutch female member fumed. She added: “Lets erase any mention of this being said”, citing “women’s rights” surprisingly.

    The former President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz, and Leader of the Progressive Alliance, accused De Graaff of “bringing shame onto the institution” by suggesting that migrants committed rapes.

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