Smell the sweet ‘Freedom’ of the Geert Wilders -tram

If there’s one party that really REALLY works for the right to be free it has to be the PVV right? I mean it’s called the ‘Party for Freedom’. And well, I guess their design of a Freedom-tram says it all.

BEHOLD!

Yeah, how can any freedom loving person have a problem with that? Well turns out the Rotterdam public transport company RET has a problem with freedom. 

They denied the PVV and Geert Wilders’ request to put these STOP ISLAM banners around the city’s trams. Quoting leftist lies like “We are a public transport company and politically neutral” and that political messages on trams and buses does not suit the RET. Obviously Wilders and other freedom-lovers were quick as hell pointing out that there was another tram once upon a time that had some political message. 

Hmmm, the PVV’ers might be thinking of this one, but to be fair – that one had a message more positively formulated. Anyways, sympathetic message PVV! 

 

 

 

Abuzer van Leeuwen 🇳🇱http://www.abuzervanleeuwen.nl
Founded DutchReview. Rotterdammer living in Leiden. Politics, innovation and epic food-reviews are his thing. Interested in doing anything with DutchReview? Contact him at abuzer[at]dutchreview.com

4 COMMENTS

  1. Oh my, that tram is going to be vandalized beyond recognition the moment it enters one of Rotterdams, shall we say more economically challenged, districts.

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