Tagged: Moroccans Toggle Comment Threads | Keyboard Shortcuts

  • ross1948 09:30 on November 28, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Moroccans, ,   

    Belgium Riots? Did Any Belgians Riot? 

    Rioters torch a car in Brussels after Belgium’s World Cup defeat to Morocco

    Police sealed off parts of the city centre and deployed water cannon to disperse crowds after the violence https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/nov/27/rioters-torch-a-car-in-brussels-after-world-cup-defeat-to-morocco

    Seems there was trouble in neighbouring Holland, too.

    We don’t often carry Dutch news, but there was one occasion……

    Cover-Up! Closed-Doors In Dutch ‘Hate’ Trial 

    …when Mr. Wilders was being prosecuted, for alerting his fellow-citizens to their country’s Moroccan problem.

    Hence my question- were the rioters in Belgium actually Belgian?

    In Brussels, Another Viper Bites! 

    Molenbeek’s in Brussels –   as the Belgian newspaper De Morgen reported (subscription only) that “the whole neighborhood” knew where Abdeslam was ever since the Paris attacks. Nobody tipped off authorities..  

    Is there even a majority of Belgians in Brussels?
  • ross1948 20:35 on February 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , closed door witnesses cover-up, , , Moroccans, , Opstelten, Pechtold Russophobia   

    Cover-Up! Closed-Doors In Dutch ‘Hate’ Trial 

    Something is very rotten in the Dutch legal system, selective prosecution depending on political affiliation…


    …and senior in-crowd politicians allowed to hide behind closed doors when giving evidence on a key free speech case…

    Related image

    …the whole mess stinks worse than a hunk of Edam cheese that’s gone off.

    The trial in question is that of Geert Wilders, inexplicably charged with the nonsense crime of ‘hate-speech,’ merely for saying what probably most Dutch people think, that there are too many Moroccans in their country.

    Related image

    Whose country is it?

    If it’s conceded that it is the homeland of the Dutch, then surely the Dutch are free to say who should or should not be accepted as guests therein?

    Whatever, Holland, like many other otherwise democratic nations, has the albatross ‘hate’ law round its neck for the time being, and until a patriotic government is elected, that won’t change.

    As to the proceedings in court, is it not very strange that the former Justice Minister, Ivo Opstelten, is getting special treatment when he comes to testify?


    Related image



    After all, the victim, Wilders, has stated very clearly that there was political interference in the move to charge him, specifically, that .

    All the more reason, surely, that this question is answered in open court, so everyone in The Kingdom of the Netherlands can see and hear the ex-minister’s response to a grave accusation…


    …but instead, the legal establishment wants the matter sequestered from public scrutiny.

    And on the basic principle of the case, whether foreigners, of whatever origin, are above criticism, compare and contrast!

    Only a year ago, Alexander Pechtold, then leader of the liberal D66 party, was clearly guilty of an ethnic slur when he said :

    “I still have to meet the first Russian who corrects his mistakes himself.”


    Related image



    Despite a major public row over this, the Public Prosecutor decided he was not guilty of group insult.

    So overtly Russophobic jibes are beyond legal reproach but when a politician echoes popular opinion on Moroccans, enter the bold PC gendarmes?


    justice joke


    Wilders is facing the unjust trial with wry equanimity.

    “For a threefold murder, the judge sets three days aside. But if you say three words, you’re on trail for five years. It is ridiculous that I have to stand here.”

    As to the ‘closed door cover-up on testiimony?

     “That is incomprehensible and a very big disadvantage for me as a suspect. But we will be able to make everything public.”


    Wilders’ lawyer Geert-Jan Knoops had also hoped the case would come to an end today. “But on the other hand: the case is now being more seriously looked at than the last time. We expect to be able to reveal with the announced investigations what exactly the political interference was.”

    The substantive treatment of the appeal will start on June 25th.

    • Vanessa 04:46 on February 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It’s not the first time this kind of attack on free speech has happened in Holland.
      Why on earth shouldnt a Dutchman be free to say there are too many foreigners of any kind in his country.


    • Ms. F 05:06 on February 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I wonder how much money this is costing the Dutch tax payer?


    • Jack Nugent 20:15 on February 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Why have so many Moroccans got into Holland?
      The colonial power in Morocco was France. The Dutch never had any connection with that part of Africa.
      Best thing to do is deport them, see if Macron wants to take them.


  • ross1948 23:52 on November 20, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Algerians, crime wave, , Freedom Party, , , , Moroccans   

    Headline Hides ‘Asylum’ Crime Wave In Dutch City! 



    Just trying to figure out what the Dutch News editors are playing at, with  their headline –

    Asylum seekers arrested for pickpocketing acquitted

    In fact, in terms of accuracy…


    Hasil gambar untuk pickpockets


    … it could as easily have been –

    Asylum seekers arrested for pickpocketing convicted

    Because it turns out that three were acquitted, but three others were convicted.

    Three of the Moroccan asylum seekers arrested for pickpocketing in the centre of Groningen have been acquitted by a court in Assen. Three others were sentenced to four to eight weeks for stealing phones and a wallet.

    A bizarre headline, then, obfuscating reality – unless, of course, those who devised it felt that crimmigrants being NOT guilty of street crimes were so unusual as to be specially newsworthy!

    However, reality comes shining through when we make our way down the page.


    • devil_by_lucasgraciano-d5agjlm
    •  Earlier this week the public prosecution office said Groningen city centre was ‘deluged’ by groups of pickpocketing asylum seekers, mainly from so-called ‘safe countries’ such as Morocco and Algeria.    http://www.dutchnews.nl/news/archives/

    Turns out the reason for some prosecutions not succeeding was that the public prosecution office had opted for a fast-track procedure..

    …for fear the men might go on the run.


    If they feared the aliens detained might go on the run, why the heck did they not keep them locked up non-stop between arrest and trial?

    Given what’s reported above, let’s not overlook Geert Wilders, Freedom Party leader there, currently on trial…



    …for suggesting The Netherlands might be better off if there were fewer Moroccans in the country!

    Would the victims of the thieving aliens agree or not?


Compose new post
Next post/Next comment
Previous post/Previous comment
Show/Hide comments
Go to top
Go to login
Show/Hide help
shift + esc
%d bloggers like this: