Eleven days prior to the latest Islamic terrorist attacks in Belgium, Belgian leader, Mischaele Modrikamen, publicly endorsed GOP frontrunner Donald Trump. Modrikamen, a Brussels attorney, publisher of the magazine, Le Peuple, and the Vice President of the Alliance for Direct Democracy in Europe, is the latest European leader to throw his support behind Trump.
He says, “America should not become another Brussels, a third world city.”
He’s not alone. Within the last month, Jean-Marie Le Pen, the founder and former leader of France’s National Front party, announced on Twitter his support for GOP frontrunner Donald Trump if he was an American, and offered God’s blessing on Trump.
Si j’étais américain, je voterais Donald TRUMP… Mais que Dieu le protège !
— Jean-Marie Le Pen (@lepenjm) February 27, 2016
Last year, Geert Wilders, the founding leader of the Dutch Party for Freedom (PVV) announced his support for Donald Trump and Trump’s policy proposal to halt Islamic immigration to America.
— Geert Wilders (@geertwilderspvv) December 7, 2015
Their support of Trump is also a reflection of their opposition to the Islamic invasion of Europe. The only question remaining, is why are other European leaders not listening to them?