ALERT: Muslims RIOTING In THIS Country- Consulates LOCKED Down, Here’s The Details [WATCH]


The Dutch government stated that Turkish politicians were NOT welcome to campaign among the Turkish Muslim immigrants and refugees currently residing in the Netherlands.

This led to the Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan labeling the Netherlands “Nazi remnants, fascists” on Saturday after the Dutch government withdrew permission for his Foreign Minister to land there.


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The unexpected escalation in tensions between the Netherlands and Turkey comes just three days ahead of the critical Dutch general election on March 15, in which the anti-immigration, anti-EU, Freedom Party of Geert Wilders is expected to emerge as a favorite with large amounts of support.

The Netherlands has tried to accommodate and allow meetings in the Netherlands to take place giving information about Turkish referendums but added the disclaimer that “these meetings should not add to tensions in our society and everybody who wants to organize a meeting must adhere to instructions from authorities so that public order and security can be guaranteed.”


The Turkish government has refused to respect that request.



In Turkey, the Dutch embassy and consulate were closed “for security reasons” on Saturday just after this latest diplomatic episode.  According to Reuters, residences of the Dutch ambassador, charge d’affaires and consul general were also closed off with the direction that the Turkish did not want “the Dutch ambassador, currently on leave, to return to his post for some time.”

Turkish President Erdogan said in a statement to the nation in response to what he termed the Dutch “provocation” —

It has been explained to our counterparts that this grave decision taken against Turkey and the Dutch Turkish Muslim community will cause serious problems diplomatically, politically.”

As a result of these actions, the Turkish Family Minister Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya traveled by road to the Netherlands from the neighboring country of Germany after the Dutch government revoked their landing rights for the plane carrying the foreign minister. Dutch television footage showed police stopping the minister’s convoy near the Turkish consulate in Rotterdam and preventing her from entering the building.

Due to the escalating tensions, protesters have surrounded the Turkish consulate.  Police have erected metal barriers and patrolled on horseback in the efforts to keep demonstrators away from the consulate. The crowd is continuing to grow as more and more pro-Turkish protesters arrive from Germany and other neighboring areas.  The riots of the Turkish Muslims in Rotterdam are growing increasingly more violent as the day waxes on.

The situation continues to escalate as Turkish Muslims continue to gather at the consulate in the Netherlands and the Turkish Muslims continue to riot.  It seems this is what the United States has to look forward too with the open borders policies that the leftist liberal loonies are calling for.

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte issued a statement, calling the visit of the Turkish minister “irresponsible” and the rhetoric by Turkish authorities “unacceptable.”

“In mutual contact with Turkey, Netherlands has repeatedly made it clear that public order and security in our country should not be compromised,” Rutte said, adding that the Dutch government repeatedly told its Turkish counterparts that Kaya is “not welcome in the Netherlands.”

Turkey’s president stood firm behind his blistering comments that accused the Dutch government of “Nazism and fascism” and vowed on Sunday the Netherlands would “pay the price” for barring Turkish ministers from the country, a move that has dramatically swelled tensions between the NATO allies, Fox reports.

“I have said that I had thought that Nazism was over, but that was wrong,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said during a live television address on Sunday. “Nazism is alive in the west.”

Is this a preview of things to come for America?

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