Dutch pol who spoke at Muhammad cartoon contest warns of more attacks on US soil

America can expect more terror attacks on U.S. soil, because radical Islamists “want to kill or subjugate us all,” warned the Dutch lawmaker who served as the keynote speaker at the Texas event that suspected terrorists tried to ambush Sunday as it showcased cartoons of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad.


In an interview with FoxNews.com, Geert Wilders, the firebrand leader of the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands said radical Islam – as an ideology – was relentless in its quest for domination, and so he was not surprised by Sunday’s attack at  “Draw the Prophet Muhammad” contest in Garland, Texas.


“I always said that what has happened in Europe will also happen in America if you don’t stop Islam,” said Wilders, who had delivered his address and left the building before the attack took place.


“I fear you haven’t seen anything yet,” he told FoxNews.com as he was boarding a plane Monday to return to the Netherlands.


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