Desperate Dutch PM Panics – Will He Politely Ask Pedophiles To Go?
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte sought to draw votes from his far-right opponent with a full-page newspaper ad that said that immigrants engaging in antisocial behavior should leave. — Dutch PM to migrants: ‘Behave normally or go away’
So where to start, in politically parsing that sentence, from the first of several articles on the issue that I saw last night on my arrival home.
Well, let’s skip the biased description of Rutte’s opponent as ‘far-right.’ Any patriot party in any country who wants to rid the homeland of ingrate aliens is slurred as’far-right’ by the Lugenpresse.
The Freedom Party is one of the most popular in Holland at present, so are we to assume that at least one quarter to one third of Dutch voters must be ‘far-right?’
If so, we must deduce from the article that Rutte is only saying what he’s said to curry favour with ‘far-right’ voters – it’s certainly not from any patriotic principles, which he’s not displayed in previous utterances.
- After all, Rutte ratified the EUSST’s ‘quota’ diktat, taking in a ‘share’ of Mama Stasi Merkel’s alien mob, with no popular consent, despite the notorious refusal of many primitives to abide by civilised standards.
- Did Rutte step in to reverse that pro-pedophilia ruling?
- I’d be delighted to praise him if he did, but…?
- As for his panic-stricken newspaper ad, what has he actually said?
- NOT that he’ll get rid of the alien hordes who are culturally incapable of behaving like decent Dutch people.
- No pledge to deport…
- No pledge to dash their snouts from the welfare trough…
- Not even any hint he might introduce serious punishments for those caught stepping out of line.
- Just a feeble, fatuous suggestion that they ‘leave.’
- Of their own accord?
- What parasite ever voluntarily withdraws from its host?