Thursday, November 29, 2018

43% of Dutch Jews take active steps to hide their identity in public

A survey conducted by the Een Vandaag television show found that 43% of Dutch Jews take active steps to hide their Jewish identity in public. For instance, by wearing a hat over their kippah, or hiding their Star of David pendants. Thirty four percent say they have experienced antisemitic remarks directed against them. This concerns mainly remarks connected to Israel.  Eleven percent said that they had experienced antisemitic violence against them.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Greek Soccer Supporters Throw Petrol Bomb in Stands of Dutch Fans

In a champions' league soccer game the Athens home side, AEK, received AJAX Amsterdam.  Before the kickoff the visiting fans came under attack as home supporters threw flares into their stands.  On social media one could see how an AEK fan threw an improvised petrol bomb to AJAX supporters.  Other reports said that the Greek police officers hit AJAX fans before the game.

Monday, November 26, 2018

Dutchman played Key Role in ISIS

Mohamed Amine Boutahar, born in Rabat in Morocco, grew up in the Netherlands and had a Dutch passport. It has now been discovered that he was one of the leaders of the Amniyat, the secret service of ISIS. Under his leadership western hostages in Syria were interrogated and tortured. He collaborated with jihadists who later carried out terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels. His father was the Moroccan consul in the Dutch town Den Bosch. Mohamed was executed in 2014 having been accused of being a British spy.

Sunday, November 25, 2018

Dutch Drug Traders Swamp Belgium

The number of cannabis plantations in Belgium is growing.  Report Radio research has found that the growing is dominated by Dutch criminals.  The plants come from the Netherlands.  Police Commissioner Marc Vancoillie of the Belgium Federal Justice Police says that Dutch criminals often play a role in the finance, supply of material and sale of the finished product. In the past, plantations could be found mainly in the border areas.  Nowadays, one finds them in Wallonia. This is the result of tough policies in the Netherlands and the northern part of Belgium.

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Dutch Prosecutor refuses to follow up on complaint by three Jewish youth

In July, Jeremy Corbyn leader of the British Labour Party visited the Netherlands.  Corbyn, a terrorist sympathizer, associates with Holocaust distorters, incites against Israel and is a part-time antisemite. At a lecture hosted by the Dutch Labor Party, three young Jewish silent protestors held up a sign “Labor for the many, not the Jew.”  A pro-Corbyn journalist hit one of them and broke his glasses. After the latter complained to the police, the prosecution ended the police investigation saying it would be too expensive to follow through.

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Attorney General Public Prosecutor too quick to take DNA

The Public Prosecutor takes DNA samples 25,000 times per year from prisoners whose sentences are four or more years.  The Attorney General of the Supreme Court, however, said that privacy is at risk if DNA samples are taken from people convicted of crimes like embezzlement and forgery. He suggest only taking DNA samples from people convicted of serious violent or sexual offences.

Monday, November 19, 2018

Cambodia: Dutch in Third Place among Child Abusers

The Dutch are in the third place of child abusers in Cambodia. Last year one Dutchman was condemned to 5 years jail of which 3 years suspended for making child pornography. A second Dutchman was condemned the same year to 5 years jail for the abuse of street children.

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Vietnamese increasingly active in Dutch hashish trade

Already in 2016, a senior police commander warned about the increasing influence of Vietnamese hashish gangs.  He also mentioned that major violence could be expected with Dutch hashish criminals. A few days ago, four people were murdered in the town of Enschede, two of them had a Vietnamese background.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

UN Experts accuse Dutch Social Workers of Racism

The UN claims that research shows that negative stereotypes about parents of African descent leads to more reporting of maltreatment and greater involvement of state agencies for children of African descent in the Netherlands. They specifically mention 7 children of African descent which were forcibly removed from their parents. The UN racism experts accuse Dutch social workers of racism.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Asylum Center Terrorized by Group of Residents

A group of residents terrorized the largest asylum center in the Netherlands town of Ter Apel.  These people also steal in shops in the town. The chairman of the local shop owners’ organization says that it is primarily North African and Eastern Europeans who are responsible for the thefts.  They also sometimes harass women in the shops.  Bus drivers threaten that they will no longer stop at the asylum center due to the intimidation of people who belong to this group.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Dutch Police is Tired

The dutch police trade Union (NPB) says that the pressure on police men is absurdly high. The law on maximum working times is transgressed 200.000 times a year. The Union says that the police protects everybody except itself. After five years police men are fed up with having to make additional hours all the time. The police leadership says that the trend of too much pressure on police men is declining.

Sunday, November 11, 2018

After ING scandal, Finance Ministry comes out against money laundering

Earlier in 2018, the ING banking group agreed to a Euro 755 million out of court settlement due to failing to deal seriously with money laundering. The central bank said at the time that more banks were lax in their approach to this problem.  Last year, banks reported over 360 000 unusual transactions. This was 60 000 less than in 2016.  Finance Ministry inspectors will now increase investigations into money laundering by Dutch banks.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Every Year 200 Dead and 5000 Infections by resistant Bacteria

Dutch scholar and researcher Prof. Mirjam Kretzschmar says that resistant bacteria are increasing. They can’t be treated by many types of antibiotics. She estimates that every year 200 people in the Netherlands die from resistant bacteria and 5.000 get infected.

Monday, November 5, 2018

Estimate: 16 billion Euro white washed in the Netherlands

A rough estimate by the University of Utrecht is that in the Netherlands 16 billion euro are white washed per year. The study was done on behalf of the Center for Scientific Research and Documentation (WODC). About 90% of the money comes from drug trade and fraud. The researchers say  that this is in particular worrying because fraud is increasing in many ways.

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Amsterdam Police Chief: Hand Grenades are Cheap

Amsterdam police chief, Pieter-Jaap Aalsberberg, says that grenades can be bought on the black market or dark web for 5-20 Euro.  Those found in Amsterdam regularly come from Yugoslavia or Russia.  He added, “Hand grenades belong to a war and not to a city.”  At present they have been found placed in locations in Amsterdam in a targeted manner.  They are probably part of a threat to a particular location, business or owners of a business. The AT5 broadcaster said that in 2014 there were four incidences involving hand grenades in Amsterdam.  This year there are already 14.  Not a single arrest has been made regarding these incidences this year.

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Individual proves that underage youth can order alcohol online

Individuals show how easy it is for youngster to get alcohol online despite it being prohibited

A trial by an individual showed that it is easy to order alcohol online including hard liquor even if one is below the age of 18.  He placed orders a number of times and it was delivered without validating the age of the  person receiving the order.