Dutch anti-globa­list Thierry Baudet: „the grea­test civi­li­sa­tion in the world“.

Screenshot: YouTube

By JÖRG WOLLSCHLÄGER | Thierry Baudet sees himself as a cham­pion of Euro­pean civi­li­sa­tion, the „grea­test in the world“. With his intellec­tual deme­anour, Baudet is considered an advo­cate of the educated middle class and students. He is able to reco­g­nise higher-level contexts and, in terms of content, stands in stark contrast to Geert Wilders, who is one-sidedly fixated on poli­tical Islam [link]. As a newcomer on the poli­tical stage, he managed to win the most votes in 2019 with his „Forum voor Demo­cratie“ with 14.53%, which is also related to the extre­mely frag­mented party land­scape (over 20 parties, as of 2019) in the Nether­lands [link].


He sees the EU as a „cultural Marxist project“ whose real goal is the „destruc­tion of Euro­pean civi­li­sa­tion“ [link]. The follo­wing two sentences can be read under the video of a speech by Baudet uploaded to the YouTube channel of the Forum voor Demo­cratie on 6.7.2022, which he deli­vered before the States General, the Dutch parliament:

If you want to destroy a great civi­li­sa­tion, you have to do exactly what Western govern­ments have been doing in our count­ries for decades. If you want the oppo­site, a revival of our civi­li­sa­tion, our history and our people, then you end up with the FVD.

Forum voor Demo­cratie, 6.7.2022, link

Bild: Pixabay, @Helenjank

Parlia­men­tary speech of Thierry Baudet

If you destroy a great civi­li­sa­tion like ours, you could draw up a manual with the things to do for it. For example, mass migra­tion, expro­pria­tion of the peasants so that the food supply is threa­tened, energy prices become unaf­fordable, the rewri­ting of history through homo-propa­ganda and eman­ci­pa­tion, femi­nism, abor­tion propa­ganda, destruc­tion of the family and family struc­tures, modern art, modern archi­tec­ture to damage people’s souls, supra­na­tional connec­tions destroy democracy.

In fact, you have to do exactly what the cartel people have been doing for decades in our count­ries. It is actually a complete guide to the destruc­tion of a great civi­li­sa­tion, the grea­test civi­li­sa­tion the world has ever seen! And it puts me in such sadness every day to see it happening.

It’s being destroyed a little bit more every day, every day it’s being worked against our world a little bit more and you read about the deca­dence of the Romans, of Montes­quieu, you read about it in Tomasi di Lampe­dusa like some buffoon just tried to quote Clover, you’re chicken-stealing Sprengler! You see it happe­ning but you cannot get through to you, the hypno­tised mob. It is not possible to tell these people to carry on accor­ding to their instruc­tions. I’m doing what I can to stop it, but I probably can’t stop their advance. Thank you!

Ques­tions and answers

Mr van der Berg: The Chair, Mr Baudet, read out to ever­yone an inci­ting text about gay propa­ganda, which I just threw away and you didn’t even give your answer. I didn’t even listen to the whole debate, no.

TB: All the chatter from morons like you that I won’t change anything about it is also part of the decay of our society. It is the problem of micro­ma­na­ging. Micro­ma­na­gers like all of you here who can really only see the very smal­lest effect of big problem.This leads us to the paradox that for example in the short term it might be good to give this sector a small subsidy. But the end result is even more govern­ment. For example, only if you can approach the most important issues from a heli­c­opter perspec­tive can you discuss them and find agree­ment. Then it makes sense to start at a micro level.

MEP Mr van der Berg: Hubbed talk again. He finally became chairman, but after a lot of talk about psycho­logy and the euro. But intellec­tual nonsense doesn’t help to pay the living expenses, the voters of his glory Buddha have seen today. No ideas at all on how to move forward, how to pay their bills, just morally detached talk. No solu­tions, a shame.

TB: That is complete nonsense. My solu­tions are very concrete and very appli­cable. You can intro­duce gas in Groningen, end the energy tran­si­tion, end mass immi­gra­tion that makes housing more expen­sive, end the euro that evapo­rates our pensions and our money. End modern archi­tec­ture that destroys people’s souls, end the destruc­tion of fami­lies so that our civi­li­sa­tion is revived.It’s not that hard. Only on the higher level there is no agree­ment with you, so we are talking about the very smal­lest micro points. And yes, you lean back a little bit to play and catch flies, and play indignantly. Yes, you see…I don’t find it that interesting.

MP van der Berg: Yes, you sit in our ears every day, and you must not find it very inte­res­ting, but I think all the people who watch this debate here find his contri­tion not so useful.

TB: Well, I think because the people in the Nether­lands who can choose between all kinds of vari­ants of the Great Reset. Great Reset Party 1, Great Reset Party 2, Great Reset Party 3. You all want the same thing. You want massive immi­gra­tion to continue, energy tran­si­tion to continue, soon a protein tran­si­tion, so we all have to become vege­ta­rians, more modern art, more modern control, more atomi­sa­tion, more loneli­ness, more talk about trans­na­tio­na­lism, so less democracy.

That’s one direc­tion, that’s one option. Or people can have affordable energy, affordable cost of living, if the Nether­lands is there for the Nether­lands again, with our culture, our history. No more defi­le­ment and slander of our great colo­nial, hono­urable and proud past. Living among the descen­dants of my family. That is a seriously poli­tical choice. And ever­y­thing else is execu­tion and posturing.

Speaker of Parlia­ment: Thank you, sir.

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