A promotion for homosexual “pride” by the Dutch airline KLM doesn’t quite click. The Twitter news site Twitchy posted KLM’s tweet showing rainbow-colored seat belts. Two buckles are placed opposite each other along with two tabs and a buckle and a tab. States the airline: “It doesn’t matter who you click with. Happy #PrideAmsterdam.” Oh, but… Continue reading KLM Airlines Promotion An Unintended Lesson In Reality On Homosexuality
The burying of Muslim asylum seekers crime stats is happening across the EU and not just in the Netherlands.
Dutch police hiding statistics revealing asylum seeker’s involvement in crime, even attempting to bribe journalists into ignoring the topic, it has been claimed.
The national police force of the Netherlands admitted trying to cut a deal with the country’s largest newspaper, which claimed to have been offered leads and exclusive stories if they dropped a freedom of information request on the number of asylum seekers involved in crime.
However, the police denied this amounted to a cover-up, claiming they wanted the figures to remain secret as they could be “misleading” to the public. They statistics have still not been published. BreitBart
This mess started because Erdogan is looking at the large number of Turks living in Europe, especially in Germany and the Netherlands, to help secure victory in the April 16 referendum that would amend the Turkish constitution and would give the presidency sweeping new powers.
Video: Turkish minister expelled as Dutch police break up pro-Erdogan protest
The Netherlands, which holds general elections on Wednesday, had repeatedly said Cavusoglu was not welcome to campaign for Turkey’s April referendum in the country and refused his plane permission to land.
The Dutch decision to ban Cavusoglu from visiting came after Germany and other European nations also blocked similar campaign events. France24
The Netherlands’ refusaled to grant Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu’s airplane landing permission Saturday in the Dutch city of Rotterdam, where he was scheduled to address a “yes” rally.
But later, Turkey’s Family Minister Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya appeared at the scene after reportedly travelling by car overland from Germany.
She was stopped just outside the consulate by Dutch police, and after several hours of negotiations escorted back to the German border. France24
Tensions simmered Sunday as the Dutch authorities expelled Turkish Family Minister Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya, sparking protests in Rotterdam Sunday. France24
On Saturday, Erdogan reacted angrily to the decision, accusing the Dutch of being “the vestiges of Nazis”.
“They are the vestiges of the Nazis, they are fascists,” Erdogan told an Istanbul rally on Saturday, days after he angrily compared moves to block similar rallies in Germany to “Nazi practices”.
The war of words continued Sunday when Erdogan called on “all international organisations” to impose sanctions on the Netherlands, who he said was behaving “like a banana republic”. France24
Video: Dutch riot police break up pro-Erdogan demonstration in Rotterdam
— Michael Horowitz (@michaelh992) March 12, 2017
A shocking case from Holland, a Dutch woman doctor had an elderly patient’s family hold her down, as she violently fought, while a fatal drug dose was administered. The doctor has been cleared under Holland’s Regional Review Committee.
Jacob Kohnstamm, chairman of the Regional Review Committee, which considered the case, said: “I am convinced that the doctor acted in good faith, and we would like to see more clarity on how such cases are handled in the future.” telegraph
This was cold blooded murder.
A Dutch woman doctor who drugged an elderly woman and then asked her family to hold her down as she fought desperately not to be killed did not break the law, according to medical experts citing the country’s euthanasia legislation.
The shocking case was referred to the so-called Regional Review Committee in the Netherlands which admitted that while the case involved some irregularities that merited a reprimand, the female doctor had effectively acted in good faith.
However they also added that the case should come to court so that judges can confirm that any other doctor who acts in good faith when providing euthanasia to people with dementia cannot be prosecuted.
Don’t be a problem patient
In the latest controversial incident the unnamed woman, who was over 80, reportedly suffered from dementia and had earlier expressed a desire for euthanasia when she deemed that ‘the time was right’.
As her situation deteriorated, it became difficult for her husband to care for her, and she was placed in a nursing home.
Medical paperwork showed that she often exhibited signs of fear and anger, and would wander around the building at nights. The nursing home senior doctor was of the opinion that she was suffering intolerably, but that she was no longer in a position where she could confirm that the time was now right for the euthanasia to go ahead.
However the doctor was of the opinion that the woman’s circumstances made it clear that the time was now right. The doctor secretly placed a soporific in her coffee to calm her, and then had started to give her a lethal injection.
Yet while injecting the woman she woke up, and fought the doctor. The paperwork showed that the only way the doctor could complete the injection was by getting family members to help restrain her.
It also revealed that the patient said several times ‘I don’t want to die’ in the days before she was put to death, and that the doctor had not spoken to her about what was planned because she did not want to cause unnecessary extra distress. She also did not tell her about what was in her coffee as it was also likely to cause further disruptions to the planned euthanasia process.
The Review Committee concluded that the doctor ‘has crossed the line’ by giving her the first sleeping medicine, and also should have stopped when the woman resisted.
The paperwork and the recommendations of the committee are now being considered by prosecutors and health officials.
Kohnstamm said he was in favour of a trial: ‘Not to punish the doctor, who acted in good faith and did what she had to do, but to get judicial clarity over what powers a doctor has when it comes to the euthanasia of patients suffering from severe dementia.’ DailyMail
An Afghan, Jamshid Piruz, who beheaded a Dutch woman was allowed into Britain unchallenged. This is why million of people voted for Brexit.
A convicted murderer from Holland was able to walk through Britain’s porous borders without any checks and went on to attack two police officers with a claw-hammer.
Afghan-born Jamshid Piruz was allowed to enter the UK unchallenged despite being sentenced to 12 years in jail for slaughtering his female tenant in cold-blood after watching a Taliban beheading video.
Fury erupted after it emerged that the jobless 34-year-old was the latest in a string of foreign criminals to commit horrific offences in Britain after exploiting EU free movement rules…
When EU nationals arrive at the UK border, their passport details are checked against a ‘watchlist’ of suspected terrorists and foreign criminals compiled by the border agency.
But unless an offender is high profile, is known to have committed crimes in several countries, or is on the Interpol wanted list, the system is unlikely to be aware of their previous convictions – leaving a gaping hole in our border controls.
Except in the most extreme circumstances, Brussels does not force member states to share information on known criminals who might be planning to travel.
France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Poland flag up potential dangermen to the UK so they can be put on a watchlist and turned away at the port or airport.
But if countries do not warn the UK that a dangerous offender is on the way – and some do not even keep information of convictions for their own internal use – there is little we can do to stop them slipping through the net. DailyMail
The Dutch no longer feel safe in their country and are moving not to the center but to the far-right politically.
Geert Wilder is the leader of the most popular Dutch political party and current front-runner to become the next Dutch Prime Minister. Wilder has released a new manifesto that calls for the “de-Islamization” of the Netherlands.
Geert Wilders, leader of the Dutch Freedom Party (PVV), called for the total “de-Islamification” in a controversial manifesto posted online.
The far-right MP, who has previously compared the Koran to Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf, also vowed to put an end to immigration from Islamic countries.
He would also close all Islamic schools and asylum centres, and ban Muslim women from wearing the headscarf in public, if elected prime minister next year.
Mr Wilders unveiled the manifesto ahead of the Netherlands’ parliamentarian elections in March.
The PVV currently leads the pack in almost every opinion poll amid growing anger at the Dutch government’s handling of the refugee crisis. ExpressUK
Inciting Hatred Charges
Netherlands-based Christians for Israel has proclaimed its support for Israel and condemns the recent surge in attacks against Israelis in an open letter sent to the top three newspapers in Israel.
We do this on behalf of more than 200.000 Christians for Israel supporters. Today a group of 250 singers of the Holland Choir left for Israel to sing praises to the Almighty, in support of Israel and the Jewish people. The world is silent, but we will not keep silent! Am Israel Chai! Christians for Israel International
The letter begins with verses from Isiah 62.
Jerusalem, I will speak up for your good.
I will never be silent till you are safe and secure,
sparkling like a flame.
Jerusalem, on your walls I have stationed guards,
whose duty it is to speak out day and night, without resting.
They must remind the Lord and not let Him rest
till he makes Jerusalem strong and famous everywhere.
The letter condemns the violence in Israel.
“We are deeply shocked by the recent rise in terror attacks in Israel, Yet again the world is silent, deafeningly silent. Christians for Israel has supported Israel in the past 35 years. We will not be silent!”
The Christians for Israel letter continues with its work in combating “lies and misinformation about Israel in the media.”
The letter concludes with a show of support and solidarity with Israel with the visit of 250 singers of the Holland Choir to Israel to “sing praises to the Almighty, in support of Israel and the Jewish people.”
Click image for Christians for Israel in support of Israel letter (pdf).
A Chechen national, 32, took children from home in Maastricht, Netherlands. The estranged husband had reported to authorizes that she had intentions of travel to Syria. She convinced the authorities she was not planning to go to Syria. The woman took two of her children, a 7-year-old boy and a 8-year-old girl and traveled to Raqqa, Syria.
It is the first known instance of children in the Netherlands being abducted and taken to join ISIS.
According to the Dutch newspaper De Limburger, the children’s father had previously reported his estranged wife to the police because he was concerned she was planning to travel to Syria.
Officers are said to have questioned the woman several times but she denied having intentions to join ISIS and investigators could find no evidence of concrete travel plans.
Shortly afterwards the woman vanished from Maastricht with two of the children, prompting Dutch officials to launch a major alert, leading to an international arrest warrant being issued.
Despite this the woman later took to Facebook to declare that she and her two children had arrived in the terrorists’ de facto capital Raqqa, having used fake passports to travel across Europe.
After making the announcement of their arrival in Raqqa on Facebook last October, nothing has been heard from the trio since.
Dutch officials said they had no way of telling whether the group were still alive, with prosecutor Bart den Hartigh declaring the recovery of the children ‘impossible’ as the Netherlands has no legal relationship with either the Syrian regime or the terror group that controls the city of DailyMail
The Dutch public prosecutor says biker gangs travelling to help Kurds fight ISIS aren’t breaking any laws. The Dutch prosecutor made the ruling after pictures started showing up on pro-Kurdish social media of Dutch biker gang members in Iraq fighting with the Kurds.
Dutch biker gangs are free to send their members to the Middle East to fight ISIS, according to the country’s public prosecutor.
The turmoil in the Middle East has already attracted hundreds of people throughout Europe of Kurdish heritage who are flying to Iraq and Syria to take up arms against the Islamist militants, but the Netherlands has now apparently cleared three members of the No Surrender biker gang to do so as well.
“Joining a foreign armed force was previously punishable, now it’s no longer forbidden,” a spokesman for the Dutch public prosecution service told AFP on Tuesday. “You just can’t join a fight against the Netherlands.”
According to Dutch news reports, the head of the No Surrender bike gang says the three members who travelled to northern Iraq — said to be former soldiers — were from Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Breda. They reportedly spend two weeks on the front before commuting back to the Netherlands for a week. Canada.com