Friday, October 9, 2015

Oranje: Deputy Minister harassed because of sending asylum seekers

During a visit to the small village of Oranje Deputy Minister Dijkhoff of Security and Justice was harassed after he said that the Government would locate 1400 asylum-seekers in the village instead of 700 as announced initially. Due to the heated discussion Dijkhoff decided to leave. One of his security guards pushed a woman which wanted to stop his car. She fell, was wounded and taken away by an ambulance. Buses with asylumseekers were initially stopped, but after discussions with the police the asylumseekers could go their center, while the buses were not allowed to continue.

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Asylum seekers suspected of Indecent Assault

Three asylum seekers in the town of Almere are suspected in the indecent assault of five women. One incident was followed by police on a close circuit television system. The three suspects are aged from eighteen to twenty years old.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Over-supply of stolen identity data – price of forged identities declines rapidly

Albert Kramer of the internet security company Trend Micro says that stolen identity data are in great surplus, and information is now being sold on the internet for less than one euro.  This concerns addresses, telephone numbers, and also bank and credit card data.  Kramer explains this saying that even people who have little knowledge can now access tools for cyber-criminality.  He added that companies do too little to protect themselves against online risks.

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

PVV opens hotline for problems caused by asylum seekers

The PVV Freedom Party, led by Geert Wilders, has opened a hotline where people can complain about problems caused by asylum-seekers.  Wilders says that because the borders are totally open, the government is importing tens of thousands of asylum seekers.  Unfortunately, many Dutch citizens will suffer problems from this.  In 2012, the PVV opened a similar hotline for problems caused by Poles, Romanians and Bulgarians.  The PVV party said at the time that 40,000 complaints were received.  Examples included complaints about drunkenness, noise and parking issues.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Doctoral Thesis: Rich Dutchmen Cheat Treasury for 10 Billion Euro

Former tax Authorities detective Jan Van Koningsveld claims that the Dutch Treasury is cheated for 10 billion Euro by rich people who have hidden up to 129 Billion Euro in tax havens such as the Virgin Islands, the Seychelles and the Cayman Islands. Also criminals use these tax havens to whitewash black money. Koningsveld said so in his Ph.D for Tilburg University. He added that it is very difficult to identify the legal structures used and it takes much time

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Half of Dutch Tourists on Vacation are cheated

Half of Dutch tourists on vacation fall victim to cheating. This was found by polls of travel agencies. Cabs are at the top of the list. Also restaurants and shops are important among a long list of cheating businesses.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Majority of Dutchmen: No additional refugees should be accepted

According to a poll by DVJ Insights for RTLNieuws 65% of Dutchmen do not want the country to accept additional refugees. A few weeks ago that percentage was 56%. Thirty nine percent of those interviewed do not want refuges to come to their municipality. A few weeks ago this figure was  35%.