Wilders and the far-right Euro-Atlantic consensus

MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Dutch politician Geert Wilders (C) is interviewed on the floor of Quicken Loans Arena prior to the start of the second day of the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 19 July 2016. The four-day convention is expected to end with Donald Trump formally accepting the nomination of the Republican Party as their presidential candidate in the 2016 election.

Wilders and the far-right Euro-Atlantic consensus


Allegations of illegal party funding for the Dutch Party of Freedoms (PVV) shed light on political, financial, and ideological links that lead from the European far-right to the White House.

Geert Wilders has got behind him a fervent supporter of Donald Trump, that is, David Horowitz.
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