Vincent Law points to this development in yesterdays Netherlands elections as most significant:
Denk, a party founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk has become the first ever ethic minority party in the Dutch parliament.
The party, which has long been accused of being a mouthpiece for Turkish president Recep Erdogan, won three seats in an election focused on immigration.
Party leader Tunahan Kuzu said: “This is the beginning of a new chapter in our history. The new Netherlands has given a vote in the House.”
The party has targeted Dutch-Turks for support during the campaign and has seen a rise in support amid a diplomatic row between the Netherlands and Turkey.
Denk won, I believe, 4 seats in the Dutch Parliament.
Yesterday, while looking at online stories about the Netherlands vote, I was struck by several photos of Turkish flags hanging in polling stations for… The Netherlands.
This is a historic development. It seems that we are moving quickly along the Houellebecqian timeline. The Muslims in Europe are starting to form their own parties and are making headway in the elections. They are now explicitly pro-migrant, that is pro-themselves. Before this, it was major European parties on the Left and the Cuck Right that encouraged immigration and pandered to immigrants for their votes.
But now they are starting to self-organize. (With a little help from Turkey of course.)
It is only a matter of time before the Qataris or the Saudis start ramping up their support of their proxies in places like France and Belgium. Radical mosques, parallel communities and terrorists cells already exist. Political parties will quickly follow.
Think about that.