Thursday, September 27, 2012

Referee Interrupts Soccer Game after Anti-Semitic Songs are Sung

The referee interrupted a soccer game between two clubs of the top league, Utrecht and Ajax. The reason given was that part of the home club supporters threw firecrackers on the playing field and sang “Hamas, Hamas, Jews to the Gas.” After a quarter of an hour, the game was resumed.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Police Union: Police functioned Poorly in Major Haren Riots

The Police Union ACP has opened a monitoring facility where policemen can complain about the functioning of the police at the major riots hooligans caused in the town of Haren. The chairman of the union Gerrit van de Kamp said that policemen from outside the town often did not know what they had to do and where they had to go. The information received by the monitoring facility will be shared with the official commission of inquiry into the riots which is headed by former Labor Party leader Job Cohen.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Hilversum: Moroccan Violence Again

In Hilversum, four Moroccans have beaten the 18 year old brother of the Labor Party member of the municipality, Saami Akrouh. The victim was brought to a hospital. The police say that he was hit on his head with a screw driver. Two of the perpetrators have been arrested. Akrouh has in the past pleaded for speed justice against perpetrators. This in order to prevent that victims will again be confronted with their perpetrators. In Hilversum, in recent months severe violence often by descendants of immigrants from Muslim countries has been reported regularly.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Jailed Muslim Terrorist Plans New Attack

The National Detective Service has arrested Samir A., a jailed Muslim terrorist. He is suspected of having made preparations for a terrorist attack in the Netherlands, for when he will be freed next year. According to the prosecution, he has been seeking the assistance of other people in jail to obtain explosives.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Haren: Thirty-four Arrested after Major Riots

Between 3,000-5,000 youngsters came to the town of Haren after a girl there had by mistake, announced her birthday party on Facebook, without stating that it was a private party. Even though the police were present with 500 officers, they could not prevent the plunder of shops, major destruction, the throwing of glass, stones and bicycles at the police. The special riot unit of the police fought for hours with the hooligans. Some policemen had to run away in order not to be killed. Twenty-nine people were treated in hospitals, also several policemen were wounded. Thirty-four people have been arrested so far, the police expect to make more arrests.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Dutch Police Walk Dressed in Rags

The Dutch police union (NPB) said that policemen have to wear the same trousers or shirts for months on end because the Dutch police have no reserve clothing to give out. Ordering new clothing does not help because supplies may take half a year to arrive. A monitoring point has been opened in the meantime on this issue. Hundreds of complaints have already been received. Saskia Dorrestein, Secretary of the NPB said that she knows a policeman who has only one pair of trousers which he wears daily. He doesn’t dare wash them anymore because in the area where he places his gun, there is a hole of two centimeters and he is afraid that if he were to wash the trousers, they would disintegrate.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Two Turks Beat up Girl in Hilversum

Hooliganism perpetrated mainly by immigrants from Muslim countries in the town of Hilversum continues. A 15 year old girl complained to the police that she was beaten by two Turks who were part of a group of ten youths. The same Turks, 14 and 18 years old, had attacked the girl earlier. They had also been arrested in August, but were set free after one day. 

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

German Police Arrests Ajax Amsterdam Soccer Hooligans

The police in the German town of Dortmund today arrested 30 supporters of Ajax Amsterdam. In anticipation of the game against the local Borussia club they had damaged an electric tramway so much that it could not continue its route. Yesterday-night a bus with 24 Ajax supporters was stopped on the way to Dortmund. The supporters were in the possession of drugs as well as gloves which were strengthened with lead. As the police could not determine who the specific owners of these items were the bus could continue toward Dortmund, while the prohibited goods were confiscated.

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Greenpeace attacks Shell Tank Stations

Greenpeace activists have attacked 72 tank stations of Shell and blocked their installations. The action is a protest against the company’s oil drilling activities in the North Pole area.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Train Travelers Fed Up with Problems at Airport Tunnel

The organization of train travelers, Rover has announced that it is fed up with recurrent problems at the train tunnel near the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. The organization mentions that there are problems almost every week. In recent weeks there have been a number of fire alarms and the tunnel has been closed for hours without finding any signs of fire. Rover said that these closures lead to many people missing their planes.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Huge Decline in Birds over Fifty Years

The number of birds in The Netherlands outside of the cities has decreased by well over sixty percent since 1960. Then there were 1,000 birds per square kilometer, now there are only 300. According to Dutch Bird Protection, this decline is faster than elsewhere in Europe, where it is on the average of fifty percent.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Party for Animals: Crown Prince Should Apologize

Marianne Thieme, leader of the Party for the Animals said that if Dutch Crown Prince Willem Alexander has indeed hunted ducks, he should apologize. She said this in parliamentary questions to the Prime Minister and bases herself on the apologies of the Spanish King Juan Carlo for his elephant hunting. There have been media reports that the Crown Prince’s dog was wounded in the hunt. Thieme also wants to know whether publicly financed bodyguards were present, as this is not appropriate.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Prime Minister: Labor Party will Make Netherlands Less Safe

Prime Minister Rutte said that if the Labor Party comes to power on Wednesday, it will make The Netherlands less safe. The Labor party wants half a billion Euro less expenses on safety. It also wants to spend more money for freed criminals and legalize soft drugs. Rutte said that his party will invest 250 million Euro in safety. He added that the Dutch people need more safety. They ask: “Can my children go safely to school,” “Will they come home safely when they can go out on the weekend,” and “When I am old will I be able to go out safely with my dog?”!0crkHaJp7JfkNpJGmmxMhg/

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Prime Minister: Labor Party plans are Dangerous

Prime Minister Mark Rutte (Liberals) has said that if the opposition Labor Party wins the elections on 12 September this will be dangerous for The Netherlands. He added that this will mean less jobs, less roads and again waiting lists for health care. While according to the plans of his Liberal party 265 000 new jobs would be created the plans of Labor will lead to a loss 76 000 jobs. Rutte also remarked that there is no difference between the leftwing Socialist Party and Labor which has moved to the left.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Left Wing Parties May Destroy Dutch Defense

The Hague Center for Strategic Studies (HCSS) has analyzed the vision on defense issues in the coming elections on 12 September of ten parties. This independent think tank comes to the conclusion that if the savings announced in the left wing parties’ programs the Dutch defense may be hollowed out so much that in practice it can hardly be used. These programs may lead to the disappearance of an additional 20,000 jobs. The present government has already eliminated the basis for 12,000 jobs and eliminated all Dutch tanks.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Police Unwilling to Bring Wounded Robbery Attack Victim Home

Police in Hilversum refused to bring a robbery victim who was also physically attacked by 5 Moroccan men, back home. His bicycle, money, cell phone and shoes were stolen. The attackers also stabbed him several times. The police later stated that they do not provide transportation home and the man therefore had to walk a long distance with open wounds, in his socks.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

15,000 Condemned Criminals cannot be Caught

At least 15,000 condemned criminals cannot be caught in the Netherlands. Together they have been condemned to 3,388 years in jail. This also includes people who have been charged with child abuse, violent robberies and murder. These results are from data which RTL News has asked at the CJIB office of the Dutch Justice Department. From data of the CJIB results, in the past five years, more than 10,000 criminals succeeded in escaping jail because of the statute of limitations.

Monday, September 3, 2012

Drug Criminals behind Threats against Utrecht Mayor

Police assume that drug criminals are responsible for the recent threats against Utrecht Mayor, Aleid Wolfsen. The criminals probably come from coffee shop owners who sell soft drugs. A recent study showed that all these coffee shops in principle should be closed before 2014, because they are too close to schools.

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Mayor of Utrecht Threatened by Criminals

Mayor Aleid Wolfsen of Utrecht is being threatened by criminals. He now has permanent bodyguards both at the municipality building and at his home. Various units of the police are involved. Regular policemen stand in front of his home and the municipality. Within the municipality and visits outside, he is accompanied by specialized bodyguards of the police. Minister Liesbeth Spies of the Interior has said it is terrible that this is necessary in order to enable the mayor to function.