Geert Wilders in Purmerend handing out flyers against the opening of an asylum reception center there. Oct. 6, 2015 (photo: PVV) - Source: Geert Wilders in Purmerend handing out flyers against the opening of an asylum reception center there. Oct. 6, 2015 (photo: PVV) at
Anti-Islam party to launch refugee nuisance site
Anti-Islam PVV party leader Geert Wilders said his party is setting up a website and email address specifically to collect complaints from local residents regarding allegations of "nuisance" caused by asylum seekers, reported the party’s website. The party claims this is due to increased violence in and amongst refugee centers across the Netherlands. Wilders spoke of the plan while handing out flyers in Purmerend against the opening of a reception center for people seeking asylum. The staunch nationalist has vehemently denounced accepting refugees in the Netherlands, calling for a closure of all borders. He claimed that terrorists are among the refugees entering Europe, despite denials by the Netherlands Counter-terrorism Office (NCTV), the Dutch security service AIVD, and the head of Denmark's security agency. The PVV wants the allegations recorded by the hotline to be used as a platform for letting citizen complaints toward the politics be heard in The Hague, with particular aim at the refugee crisis. The party says it is concerned for the safety of Dutch citizens and wants to give the people the opportunity to share their experiences with the PVV. They accuse other political parties of the listening to Dutch citizens, with Wilders often referring to Prime Minister Mark Rutte as a "fake prime minister." Wilders went on to further say that the lunacy of an open-border policy will bring in hundreds-of-thousands of asylum seekers, and he finds that this is causing many disturbances to Dutch citizens.