The Iron Curtain Descends: Dutch Political Police Repress Internet Immivasion Dissent
H/T our correspondent in Occupied Europe, Friedrich Zauner, who sent us last Tuesday “You tweet too much” about refugees, the Dutch are told by police By Dan Alexe New Europe January 26 2016
Dutch police have been visiting the homes of people critical of asylum centres on Twitter, urging them to delete posts…
It was…in the town of Sliedrecht, that Mark Jongeneel (28) got a very disturbing phone call. His mother was on the line, worried that two policemen were looking for him, but would not say why. …the police came to his office and told him: “You tweet too much. We have orders to ask you to watch your tone. Your tweets may seem seditious.”
In Sliedrecht there had been a citizen meeting about a refugee center in the region. At the end, Jongeneel had posted a few tweets. One said: “The College of #Sliedrecht comes with a proposal to take 250 refugees over the next two years. What a bad idea! “Earlier he had also tweeted:” Should we let this happen?! ”
In recent months, police have visited the homes of many more people that criticised the plans for asylum centres.
I am ashamed to say that Peter Brimelow promptly asked me to blog on this. But the pressures of having to earn a living delayed me as a result of which we were scooped by the invaluable webzine The New Observer: Dutch Police Threaten Whites January 31, 2016. Their remarkable language resources enabled them to derive some more crucial details from the source report U twittert wel heel veel, zei de politie Kim Bos Martin Kuiper nrc.nl 20 januari 2016
According to the NRC, about twenty opponents of the invader center in Leeuwarden received police visits in October 2015. The same pattern was repeated in Enschede, and in some places in the Brabant, where whites had opened a Facebook page opposing the invasion. In that latter case, the police issued orders to close down the page.
The NRC quoted a spokesman for the national police as admitting that they have ten intelligence units of “digital detectives” who do nothing else except monitor Facebook pages and Twitter accounts in real time, looking for posts that go too far.”
The New Observer helpfully adds
The “no-tolerance” policy being enforced against white dissenters contrasts dramatically with the police’s behavior in Zaandaam last night.
According to the Telegraaf report, “Dozens of residents of the refugee center in Zaandam fought with paramedics and police”…the police…had a fifteen minute struggle to bring the mini-riot under control.
Even then, only one nonwhite was arrested, but then immediately released—in obvious contrast to the treatment that the police are giving to white Dutch people who dare even suggest that they don’t agree with the nonwhite invasion.
As James Kirkpatrick observed this morning
2016 is going to be a year of repression as the Left moves to simply prohibit discussion of the problems it has created.
A new Iron Curtain is descending on Europe. The other side won the Cold War, and is now curtailing freedoms with Political Police. Ironically one of the great scholars of the post 1945 clampdown has already questioned the new pretext: Reality Dawns: NeoCon Princess Wonders About Young Muslim Immigrants.