Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Palestinian terrorist speaks at an Amsterdam university

The Palestinian terrorist Rasmea Odeh, has spoken at a location on the Free University campus in Amsterdam.  She was the guest of an extreme leftist Revolutionaire Eenheid.  This group has a location at the university which it does not pay for.  The university however tolerates it under the condition that its programs are communicated to the university.  As this was not the case this time, the university called the police.  Rasmea Odeh has murdered two Israelis and was condemned to a jail sentence.

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Police Union: Amsterdam Shooting Range unsafe

The Police Union ACP demands that the shooting range in Amsterdam should be temporarily closed. An investigation by the SZW-inspectorate has found many shortcomings. There is too little attention for control, maintenance and instructions for shooting by police inspectors. In the past two years several instructors and other members of the union have had severe health complaints which they claim is due to their work on the shooting range.

Monday, February 26, 2018

Turkish Government Paper attacks Dutch Parliamentarians

The largest Turkish newspaper Sabah, attacks five Turkish-Dutch members of the Dutch Parliament who voted in favor of the proposal to recognize the Armenian genocide. The paper writes that they have betrayed Turkey with this scandalous decision. Only the two Turkish-Dutch Parliamentarians of the D.E.N.K. party voted against. Their leader Tunahan Kuzu says that the recognition is unacceptable and that the Dutch Turkish parliamentarians have to decide on which side they stand.

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Turkey Attacks Netherlands on Srebrenica’s Genocide

After the Dutch Lower House recognized the Turkish mass murder of Armenians in 1915 as a genocide, the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs reacted.  In a statement, the ministry said that the Dutch decision is inappropriate as the Netherlands ‘looked the other way’ during the genocide in Srebrenica. In 1995 Bosnian Serb forces killed 7000 Muslims while Dutch UN peacekeepers stationed in Srebrenica failed to protect the population.  The Dutch were accused of complicity for ignoring what happened there.

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Officers’ Association: Politicians Risk Lives of Military

Ruud Vermeulen, Chairman of the Officers’ Association says that Dutch politicians knowingly have taken irresponsible risks which have endangered the lives of military personnel.  He said that politicians are always quick to judge others but it would be better if they became aware and looked at their own functioning.  He mentioned inter alia among others former Labour Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bert Koenders (Labour), who neglected the criticism of the commandos concerning the possibility of executing the mission in Mali. Koenders remarked, “We decide what you must execute or not.” The officers require a parliamentary inquiry into the many problems in the military.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Dutch lawyer admits lying in Trump-Russia Investigation

Dutch lawyer Alex van der Zwaan has admitted to lying to the team investigating possible Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential elections. He has been charged with lying to the FBI and has pleaded guilty. Making a false statement to investigators is considered a felony in the United States.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Police Organization: Netherlands has become a ‘Narcostate’

The Dutch police organization has interviewed more than 1.000 detectives. It has come to the conclusion that the detective service is lacking personnel. The Netherlands has in the meantime gained the characteristics of a narcostate. A parallel economy has developed in which criminals abuse the good infrastructure of the country in order to enter real estate activities, companies and holiday parks.

Monday, February 19, 2018

Thirty Asylum Seekers in Netherlands Found with Suspicious Passports

According to information originating in the Ministry of Justice and Security, approximately 30 asylum seekers came to the Netherlands with stolen and blank passports in 2015 and 2016.  The security services are aware that terrorist organizations like ISIS often supply such passports for people to carry out terror attacks abroad.  The However, Dutch security services said that when these people were investigated, none of them were identified as potential terrorists. 

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Eindhoven Mayor: Citizens Not Involved In Fight against Criminality

Eindhoven mayor, Jorritsma, tried last year to involve citizens in the battle against criminality.  He now admits that this has failed.  He pointed out that one of the reasons is the increase of neighborhood ‘kings’ i.e., people who dominate neighborhoods and have the most impressive car, but don’t have any registered income.  These people apparently are allowed to do anything and act with impunity.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Dutch Oxfam Heads knew already in 2012 about Haiti Scandal

Already in 2012 the leadership of Oxfam Novib, the Dutch branch of Oxfam, received the report on the sexual abuse in 2010 of local women by members of the Oxfam mission to Haiti. The Dutch branch passed the report on to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Accounting Office. Oxfam Novib Director Farah Karimi says that as this was considered a British issue no publicity was given to the scandal.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Dutch Foreign Minister Resigns Due to Lie

Before the parliamentary debate on his lie about attending a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Dutch Foreign Minister, Halbe Zijlstra, resigned.  The Russian embassy in the Netherlands had issued a statement accusing some in the Netherlands of distributing fake news aimed at discrediting their country by suggesting it has expansionist ambitions.  Zijlstra’s resignation came a day before he was due to meet the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, in Moscow.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Dutch Minister admits lying about Meeting with Putin

Halbe Zijlstra (VVD, Liberals), minister of foreign affairs has admitted that he lied when he said that he attended a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2006. He now says that he heard from a person who was present in such a meeting that Putin considers Ukraine, Belarus and the Baltic States as parts of Greater Russia. He considered that this should become known and lied about his presence to protect his source.

Monday, February 12, 2018

Donors of Oxfam Resign After Sex Scandal in Haiti

So far more than 700 donors of the Dutch Oxfam Novib have resigned as the result of a report by the Times that employees of the British organization have engaged in sex orgies with prostitutes during a mission after the earthquake in Haiti in 2010 and 2011.  The prostitutes were possibly minors. The orgies took place in an apartment rented by the NGO.  In the meantime, Oxfam was accused of hiring prostitutes for a mission in Tsjaad in 2006.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

After Threats, Prosecutor Goes Into Hiding

Minister of Justice and Security, Grapperhaus, says that it is a huge scandal that a prosecutor has been threatened so severely that she and her family have gone into hiding. Grapperhaus said that this is yet another indication that this government has to start fighting against organized crime.  The minister was unable to say whether the threat came from the motorcycle gangs which the prosecutor was investigating.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Major Dutch Poet was a Nazi Supporter and Antisemite

Recently the literature expert Wim Hazeu has discovered that one of the most famous post-war Dutch poets Lucebert was a volunteer worker in the German weapons industry. He also wrote letters with an antisemitic content, such as: “Only when all Germanic tribes are united, the Jew will no longer have the opportunity to insight blood against similar blood.” He signed letters with “Sieg Heil” and “Heil Hitler”. He has always denied his Nazi past and received major Dutch literary awards.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Netherlands will Directly Rule Corrupt Caribbean Island

Raymond Knops, Deputy Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, will take over the authority of the Caribbean Island of Sint-Eustasius. A commission has investigated the current leadership and come to the conclusion that there is ongoing lawlessness, financial mismanagement, discrimination, intimidation, threats, insults and abuse of power.  The commission says that the Dutch government  has also been guilty of neglect as the relationship between the Netherlands and Eustasius has deteriorated.  This has led to delay in the repair of roads, the water supply, housing, underground lines, and treatment of waste.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Parliamentarian takes Minister to Court The parliamentarian Thierry Baudet, the leader of the Forum for Democracy (FvD) party has taken Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Kajsa Ollongren to court. Ollongren of the center left D66 party has called Baudet and his party a bigger danger for Dutch core values than PVV leader Geert Wilders. Theo Hiddema, the other parliamentarian of the FvD and Baudet’s lawyer said that Ollongren’s accusation of racism could inspire ‘Volkertjes’ to action. He referred to the left winger Volkert van der Graaf who murdered politician Pim Foruyn in 2002.

Monday, February 5, 2018

Netherlands Withdraws Ambassador from Turkey

The Dutch Foreign Office has announced that there is currently no view concerning normalization of relations with Turkey.  Since March 2017 Dutch Ambassador, Kees van Rij, has not been allowed into Turkey.  Therefore, the Netherlands has officially withdrawn its ambassador and it will also not allow a new ambassador from Turkey to be received.  The reason for the conflict is that Turkey wants apologies from the Netherlands for sending a Turkish minister back to Germany. The Turkish minister wanted to campaign in favor of the Turkish presidential referendum in the Netherlands.  The Netherlands does not intend to apologize.

Sunday, February 4, 2018

No Kosher Meat in the Netherlands

The new method of determining whether a cow is unconscious has led to a situation where kosher meat is not available in the Netherlands.  This was announced by H. Loonstein, the lawyer representing the only kosher butcher shop in the Netherlands.  According to the experts of Wageningen University, Loonstein says, the method used by the Dutch authorities concerning the eye reflexes in cows is unsuitable in 85% of the cases as an indicator of unconsciousness.  Loonstein says that the Dutch Food and Commodities Authority is using an erroneous method.