Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Belgian-Moroccan Hate Imam to Speak in Almere

The Belgian-Moroccan iman, Tarik Chadlioui, also known as Tarik ibn Ali, has been invited to speak at a conference in the Omar ibn Al Khattab Mosque in Almere.  The imam is seen as the spiritual leader of the Belgian hate organization Sharia4Belgium, which has in the meantime been disbanded.  Chadlioui is suspected of having links with jihad fighters in Syria. He was expected to speak at a jihad meeting in Rijswijk, together with other dubious figures, but the meeting was cancelled.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Huge Overrun of Costs of Alterations of Royal Palace

The alterations in the palace Huis ten Bosch in The Hague will cost 60 million Euro, rather than 35 million Euro as announced last year. Parliament already found the latter figure rather high. From 2018 King Willem Alexander and his family will live in the palace.

Monday, May 25, 2015

Dutch Buddhist Monks and Teachers Sexually Abused Pupils

Over the past decades, Buddhist monks and teachers have abused their pupils, some being minors.  A Thai monk who came to the Netherlands in the 1970s has attempted to abuse and has abused young men for at least twenty years. In the early 1980s, the monk had to leave his temple in the town of Waalwijk because of complaints a minor made to the police regarding his behavior.  Investigations by the TV station NOS found that there was also abuse occurring, inter alia, in Middelburg and Makkinga.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Bad News will be Back on Monday. Have a nice weekend!

Dutch Intelligence Service Will Investigate German and American Spying

Dutch Minister of the Interior Ronald Plasterk has instructed the Dutch intelligence service, the AIVD, to investigate the allegations that the German and American intelligence services have had access to internet cables, which cross Dutch territory. Plasterk said that it is unacceptable that foreign intelligence services operate within the Netherlands.  As soon as he has more information, Plasterk promised to inform parliament.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Austrian Politician: German Intelligence Service Tapped Internet Traffic to the Netherlands

The Austrian politician, Peter Pilz, says that the German intelligence service, BND, has tapped the internet traffic to the Netherlands, Austria and France, with the help of the German telecom company, Deutsche Telekom.  The Germans then supplied the information to the American intelligence service, NSA.  Deutsche Telekom says that they have acted within the German law, and claimed that they did not know what the BND would do with the data.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Dutch Criminality Moves to the South of the Country

Criminality is moving south in The Netherlands and is becoming increasingly prevalent in the province of Brabant.  Local mayors, with few exceptions, are afraid to address the issue.  In some neighborhoods, control is in the hands of drug dealers and women-traffickers.  The criminal elements also try to get influence in the municipal councils by having their strawmen elected.