Nationalists across the West watched the Dutch election results trickle in last week. Geert Wilders' party did not race to the top, but did see a large gain in number of seats won. A Romney type saw his party retain its hold on leadership, and a coalition government will be cobbled shortly. Some American nationalists were scratching their heads at the odd way this unfolded. Wilders faces a tougher battle than Trump, and works within a much more Weimar framework than the two party American system.
The Dutch have a parliamentary system with a nice low barrier to entry, so of course the Dutch have many parties with some representation (just like Weimar Germany). The Dutch don't use a 'first past the post' system like the Anglosphere nations, so as long as your party gets over some low hurdle of votes, you're getting a seat. In cotnrast, the UKIP won the fourth most votes in the UK general election of '14 but not a single seat.
Wilders' party has to jump this hurdle and also face the problem of being such a naughty party (simply for being anti-open borders) that all other parties have stated they will not for a coalition government with them. In essence, Wilders party has to win outright or reach a high enough level that they can pluck off a smaller, neglected party that will eventually cave to them in order to form a government. This no coalition declaration works against them with the messaging to voters as 'who wants to waste a vote'.
Besides Widlers party gaining seats, the big reveal this election is the possible future for all left wing white parties in Europe that rely on Muslim votes. Turks nurtured and trained by the Dutch Labour party formed a Turko-Dutch party and won three seats. Labour dropped like a rock as the Turks went one way and the whites voted for the Greens. This could happen in all Euro nations with their Muslim voters unless the Muslims take a slower approach and just wait for time to work for them so they can inherit the infrastructure the established parties will have. Time will tell, but no one is declaring them a party that they will not for a coalition government with.
This whole parliament of many parties works to the managerialists' advantage. The elite can make sure their big ticket items get passed through, and that anything they want to deem verboten can be squeezed out on fringe parties. Even Widlers being labeled untouchable works in their favor. All other parties get money and time if they spout open borders nonsense, and can form coalitions to make sure it continues. These splinter party or narrowcasted parties can be maginalized easily. Even if Wilders' team wins the most seats, if they cannot form a coalition government, there is a new election.
This set up basically reveals what Trump is up against and how the American system benefited him and anyone else who wants secured borders. In a parliamentary system, we would have seen Sanders (Greens), Clinton (democrat socialists), Bush (conservatives) and Trump (nationalists) square off. Say the split had been, 30% Clinton-Trump 25%-Sanders 25%-Bush 20%. Even had Trump won 25% of the vote, the managed middle could have cobbled together a coalition between say Clinton and their party's choice of Sanders or Bush to make a majority of seats. The demands of the junior partner in the coalition would have decided how team Clinton would partner. This is effectively who Trump is up against now in Congress as the Bush wing of the GOP is undermining him.
The road ahead for Wilders is difficult. For all of Europe, it is difficult except for those who seek civilizational suicide. Even big talkers like Soros see the EU in tatters as things continue on their course. What voting does now in the EU is draw up the order of battle. It is only a matter of time before one nation's tension boils over or a horde of imported criminals loots, rapes and murders its way across one country.