This video is a Dutch regional TV interview with singer Bennie Jolink about his Hitler-Wilders-Breivik painting.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Monday, September 3, 2012, 13:07
In an interview with Nieuwe Revu weekly the singer of the band Normaal says that at his office threats have been received. Messages hoped that he would die or get serious illnesses. In the interview Jolink says that he does not need security guards: “I protect myself by laughing out loudly about it.”
Jolink also received messages of support for the painting.
That the supporters of Wilders’ xenophobic party now threaten this rock singer’s life, saying they would “come to get him”, shows that Bennie Jolink was not that wrong in depicting Wilders together with Breivik.
The decline in popularity of Geert Wilders and his Party for Freedom (PVV) in the Netherlands can be traced back to two months ago when a 63-year-old Turkish man was attacked, and later died from his injuries. The couple who inflicted the injuries were named Henk and Ingrid, which are the names of the typical Dutch couple that Wilders had championed in public speeches: here.