This weekend, Turkish immigrants in the Netherlands showed their hosts why Islam is the Religion of Peace… by rioting, throwing rocks at police and setting fires.
Turkey’s foreign minister flew home Sunday after Dutch authorities expelled her for seeking to woo the vote of expatriate Turks for a key referendum at home.
Her expulsion came after Dutch authorities barred Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu from entering the Netherlands, where he, too, had planned to campaign for the April referendum that would boost the powers of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The move fueled a fierce row that spilled over into violence in the port of Rotterdam where Cavusoglu was to speak. After several hours of calm demonstrations, police moved in early Sunday to disperse over 1,000 people gathered near the Turkish consulate, charging the crowd on horseback and using dogs to regain control.
Protesters hit back, throwing rocks at riot police, while hundreds of cars jammed the streets blaring their horns and revving their engines.
While I applaud Dutch authorities for pushing back against the Muslim invasion, this would have been much easier if the resistance started a year or two ago. As it stands, Europe is already lost.