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Corona lockdown in the Netherlands

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In the Kingdom of the Netherlands we have the "right" to protest but only when the authorities give permission...

After the Dutch Government announced it is considering tightening the coronavirus restrictions even further, including an 8pm to 4am curfew (most shops are simply closed, while primary and highschools remain partially open), some horrible "extremists" went ahead with an "illegal" corona protest in Amsterdam, even though Mayor Femke Halsema didn't permit it.

This afternoon thousands of protesters came together at the Museumplein for the demonstration.
Around 3.30 pm, after they had been ordered to leave, the riot squad made an end to the peaceful protest (less violently than I've seen at other occasions): https://pathofex.com/amsterdam-protests ... fireworks/

This afternoon I saw a car driving in the direction of the Museumplein, advertising the "vaxxed 2" documentary. That was shortly before the riot squad...

See the protesters most without masks, and the riot squad.
LIVE: Noodbevel van kracht in Amsterdam, honderden demonstranten op Museumplein:



Last Friday, in preparation of the 17 March general election, the Dutch cabinet has "resigned".
This was over a scandal that involved the tax revenue service (Belastingdienst) illegally handing out fines, while not giving families the subsidies they were entitled to.

PM Mark Rutte said he expects the full support of parliament to continue to take away our constitutional rights because of the coronavirus "pandemic".
Of course King Willem-Alexander will keep his dictatorial powers, including appointing fascist Mayors, so I don't expect that anything will really change (except for ever more draconian corona measures): https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2021/01/c ... signation/
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Re: Corona lockdown in the Netherlands

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King Willem-Alexander has proposed a nationwide curfew from 8.30 pm to 4.30 am.
Parliament's approval on Thursday isn't even necessary as our beloved dictator has declared a "state of emergency" (with our parliament a complete charade).

Dog owners will still be allowed to walk their dogs at night.

All flights from Britain, South Africa and South America (why not North America and the rest of Africa and Asia were all the migrants still come from) will now finally be suspended but only for 4 weeks, until quarantine requirements (10 days?) are introduced.

Households aren't allowed more than one guest per day older than 13 (for some reason children are allowed to infect others).
Outside only 2 people from different households are allowed to meet (except children).

Churches, mosques and synagogues remain open for "business": https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2021/01/c ... anuary-20/
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Firestarter wrote: Wed Jan 20, 2021 6:03 pmKing Willem-Alexander has proposed a nationwide curfew from 8.30 pm to 4.30 am.
Parliament's approval on Thursday isn't even necessary as our beloved dictator has declared a "state of emergency" (with our parliament a complete charade).
No surprises there...
Willem-Alexander rules supreme: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-heal ... KKBN29Q2GE

We can't expect our dumb, deaf and blind media to explain what's going on!
In a "normal" situation bills only become legislation, after the tweede kamer AND eerste kamer (lower AND higher chamber) approve of the bills proposed by the king.
After the dictator has declared a "state of emergency", the despot can do as he pleases. If they would want to make the show convincing, the least they could do is to wait with the implementation, until after (also) the eerste kamer votes in favour. So far only a majority of the tweede kamer voted for it (with no intention to send it to the eerste kamer?!).

Obviously weed and hard liquor are "essential" for brainwashing the nation: the coffeeshops and liquor stores remain open.
So we can still get stoned and drunk (just about the only thing we're still allowed besides watching the telescreen)!
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And still the masses can’t/won’t see.

Why are those places allowed to remain open - and not just there in the Netherlands?

And why is professional sport still going on worldwide?

Sometimes it feels really hopeless.
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Re: Corona lockdown in the Netherlands

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There are some genuine protests against the corona lockdown.
Relatively many of these protests took place in (small) cities in the east and south of the Netherlands. Of the "big cities", no protests in Rotterdam and Utrecht.

The protests near (and inside) the central station in Eindhoven look "violent".


Yesterday, "illegal" protests against the fascist COVID-19 police state took place in Amsterdam, Eindhoven, The Hague, Tilburg, Venlo, Helmond, Breda, Arnhem, and Apeldoorn.
The riot squad, once again, made an end to these protests in Amsterdam (Museumplein) and Eindhoven (18 Septemberplein). The cops used water cannons, horses, dogs, batons and tear gas against the demonstrators.

You see, not "breaking" any curfew in the daylight, at the Museumplein in Amsterdam.
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Again thousands came to the Museumplein, where the cops arrested 190 people in total, including 7 children: https://nltimes.nl/2021/01/25/curfew-ri ... -amsterdam


Of course the politicians and most media have condemned the protest, without exposing the human rights violations by the Dutch government...

Willem-Alexander's Justice Minister Ferd Grapperhaus (former attorney) responded:
This has nothing to do with demonstrating against corona measures. This is simply criminal behavior; people who deliberately target police, riot police, journalists and other aid workers.
Of course in reality, the corona measures have nothing to do with health care. These are simply crimes against humanity; a dictator who deliberately targets his subjects using police, journalists and the health care system...

Mayor John Jorritsma of Eindhoven called the illegal protest "bizarre" and said "That's how we're heading for civil war".

Leaders of GroenLinks and PVV, Jesse Klaver and Geert Wilders, lashed out at the protesters: https://nltimes.nl/2021/01/25/mps-denou ... mayor-says


In the meantime, the official story is that the schools are closed.
Today I saw several classrooms in primary schools filled with kids (closer than 1.5 meter)...
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Thanks for that Firestarter; lies, lies and damn lies.
And what’s the bet the violence was instigated by ‘plants’.

That Grapperhaus fools comment, typical bullshit.
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jonesthepost wrote: Tue Jan 26, 2021 2:11 amThat Grapperhaus fools comment, typical bullshit.
In Dutch "grap" means joke, "haus" means house in German (many Dutch attorney have German names), so his name translates house of jokes.
In August, I sent a letter to piece of shit minister Grapperhaus, claiming damages for more than half a million, for the criminal behaviour of the Dutch court of appeals (Gerechtshof). That was after "my" attorney refused to do this for me.
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Firestarter wrote: Fri Oct 23, 2020 3:11 pm On 26 August all hell broke loose on scum poor Dutch Minister Ferd Grapperhaus...
Grapperhaus as Minister of Justice and Security is responsible for enforcing the coronavirus lockdown that has been decided upon by King Willem-Alexander. This includes a 1.5 meter social distance (except for children, who have shown complete contempt for these foolish regulations).

On 22 August, Grapperhaus married Mrs. Wytzes in Bloemendaal in a ceremony led by Secretary of State Ankie Broekers-Knol.
Of course the press was there for publicity purposes.

At first the Prive tabloid reported that the wedding had been a great example of social distancing. But when on 26 August videos and pictures were shown to the gullible public, obviously the 35 guests at the wedding had shown complete contempt for these silly rules (that are only for the slaves!).
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Today I went to the Museumplein in Amsterdam. I didn't see any damage, besides the damage to the lawn caused by the police horses and cars...

The authorities are already calling this "the worst violence to hit the Netherlands in 40 years".
I can vaguely remember the protests at the Waterlooplein when I was a kid, where they planned to build the new city hall, which seems more intense to me...

All over the country, they've given the cops even more powers to harass peaceful citizens. What else can you expect in a police state?
Israel's favourite Dutch politician Geert Wilders has already called fot the army to end the protests.

The riot squad have broken up "illegal" protests in more than 10 cities, including: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Den Bosch, Zwolle, Amersfoort, Alkmaar, Hoorn, Gouda, and Haarlem.
Still no protests in Utrecht?!?

In several places, protesters threw rocks at the cops, while a small part set things on fire and plundered (closed) stores.
Ten cops were injured in Rotterdam, where 60 rioters were locked up overnight.
More than 470 people, including children, have been arrested during 3 days of unrest.

This horrible hoodlum must have injured his head while throwing stones or some other "criminal violence" (like refusing arrest). I'm almost sure that those 4 friendly cops have nothing to do with it.
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Prime Minister Mark Rutte denounced the riots with: “This has nothing to do with protest, this is criminal violence and we will treat it as such”.
Just look at those friendly cops...

Many protesters were walking around with their surveillance equipment (phones); also video footage will be used to identify and sentence the protesters: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/1/2 ... ver-curfew


Here's some footage from night protests around a fire, which eventually sets a car ablaze (I don't know where).
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Firestarter wrote: Tue Jan 26, 2021 8:47 pmThe authorities are already calling this "the worst violence to hit the Netherlands in 40 years".
I can vaguely remember the protests at the Waterlooplein when I was a kid, where they planned to build the new city hall, which seems more intense to me...
I can't really remember the March 1975 riots over the new city hall at the Waterlooplein as I was less than 1 year old, but protests continued throughout the decade.
As far as I can tell these were more extreme than what we're seeing now.

The difference is that the protests now aren't just "extremists", but many "good citizens". Protesters include grandparents that don't want their grandchildren to grow up in the corona police state.
And the protests aren't limited to the big cities (Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague), but are also happening in the smaller cities in the south and east of the country (Eindhoven is the only "big" city in the South-east).

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See the news on these riots in 1980 (in Dutch).


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Re: Corona lockdown in the Netherlands

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While the whole economy is shut down, we have to wear masks, restaurants and cafes are closed, and even have a curfew...

We've still imported a whopping 59,000 migrants to the Netherlands in 2020, while the population grew by only 63,000 - about half the population growth of 2019 (in Dutch): https://nos.nl/artikel/2363082-cbs-bevo ... orona.html


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