Some 700 people, some carrying orange, white and blue flags used by the Dutch Nazi party during World War II, gathered in Rotterdam on Saturday afternoon for a demonstration called by PVV leader Geert Wilders.

The gathering also included around 100 people from Belgium, including Filip de Winter, leader of the right wing populist Vlaams Belang, as well as members of various far right Dutch groups, broadcaster NOS said.


Meanwhile, on Friday, some 2,000 people took part in a 'politically incorrect debate' to work out new ways of dealing with 'the problems surrounding immigration,' as one of the organisers put it.

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