Corona lockdown in the Netherlands

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Re: Corona lockdown in the Netherlands

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On 29 November 2021, the Dutch army were practising warfare against the Dutch population in the small city centre of Weert (no social distancing or masks). In this exercise the army arrested several "suspicious" individuals (played by actors), obiously preparing for what's coming...

People wihtout vaccination passports that will be denied food are expected to become agressive.
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So in dictatorship the Netherlands we are not allowed to have fun, especially not for those horrible "criminals" without the privacy violating vaccination passports. We aren't even allowed to invite more than 4 people to our homes a day.

So Crown Princess Amalia held a big 18-year birthday party. According to the Telegraaf newspaper there were some 100 people at the party - in addition to the palace staff of course - all with vaccination passport, according to our government (in Dutch): https://www.nu.nl/koningshuis/6173388/a ... -fout.html



It's all a bit confusing, we have this medical COVID pandemic emergency, which includes fears that the hospitals are overwhelmed with COVID patients, obviously it is no trouble to fire nurses and doctors if they refuse the vaccination passports, but then...
The new cabinet of Willem-Alexander (finally coming?) announced more than 4.5 billion euro cuts on health care. So was this the real reason for postponing all "non-essential" health care through the winter?!?

Instead billions of euros for "green" electricity (that's worse for the environment than dirty fossil fuels) are invested - 35 billion euros in 10 years. That's on top of EUR 25 billion until 2035 for "problems" in nature and agriculture (in Dutch): https://nos.nl/collectie/13884/artikel/ ... eerakkoord



Right wing "extremist" politican Thierry Baudet has been ordered by the Dutch courts to delete tweets in which he compared the COVID lockdown to the German Nazis (in Dutch): https://www.nu.nl/algemeen/6173365/baud ... eding.html
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I guess that prostitutes are considered the same category as barbers. So in lockdown the Netherlands we can still go to the red light district for some adult fun, before 17:00 hours.

If I understand correctly, masks and vaccination passports are NOT mandated to visit a hooker (like obviously 1.5 meter social distancing): https://archive.md/SyVD2
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In high-vaxxed the Netherlands, just like December last year, a brutal lockdown has been announced today, starting tomorrow: all non-essential shops, inside sports, schools, bars, restaurants and other entertainment (including prostitutes) will be closed until at least 14 January (next year?).
Just like last year they close schools one week before the Christmas break, but in reality some children are still forced to go to school.

Children are allowed to sport outside and professional sports as entertainment for the masses will continue (without fans in the stadium).
Groups of more than 2 adults (from different households) are strictly forbidden (including sports outside).

The only thing surprising is that no exception is made for vaccination passports: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-59713503


Should I take people seriously that still don't "understand"?!?
One of the main reason sold to us for the lockdown, is that because of the pandemic, the hospitals, especially the ICU's, could become overwhelmed. That could be a reason if the lockdown would actually prevent hospitalisations...

Since the end of November, the number of daily deaths with COVID is between 50 and 70 per day, out of a population of 17.4 million.
According to the official numbers, today 2354 patients are in hospital with COVID, of which 618 in ICU's in total.

In 2019, the Netherlands counted 116 hospitals (locations).
According to the official numbers there are 1350 ICU beds and 39,900 hospital beds (but not all of these are available for patients with COVID).

For the last 5 years I have often wondered how so many hospitals could be closed with both an increasing population (caused by importing huge amounts of migrants) and (more importantly) an increase in elderly people.
From 2009 to 2018, the total capacity in Dutch hospital beds decreased with 16% from 44.800 to 39.900. So this pandemic "solves" this low space in hospitals caused by the government!
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Let's see if I still understand, in 2000 3 of the Dutch Antilles islands Aruba, Curaçao, and Sint Maarten voted for autonomy. So the Netherlands gave them the right to vote and parliaments with big talking politicians.
With the Kingdom of the Netherlands keeping control over the justice system (courts of law and police) it's clear whose laws rule supreme...

So now everybody was happy, the descendants of the former slaves, as they had finally gotten back their "freedom".
And the population in the European part of the Kingdom, were happy that no more (or at least less) of their taxpayer's money would go to the Antilles "banana republics"(?). So naturally the taxes have continued to rise since!

With the pandemic lockdown, tourism came to a grinding halt and the "independent" Antilles islands couldn't pay their government bills anymore. So they thought about printing money or loaning money through government bonds, which wasn't allowed by the Netherlands (if they could get monetary independence they might as well BE independent).

So then they came begging for money from the Netherlands. The Central Bank would gladly print some more billions to loan to them, on the condition of some reorganisations, including cuts to salaries, changes to local tax laws, labour codes, border controls and the education and health-care systems...
The Netherlands demanded a new Caribbean Entity for Reform and Development to watch over these reorganisations, whose members would be appointed by the Dutch government led by King Willem-Alexander.

Then those ungrateful politicians in Sint Maarten not only complained about this return to colonial times, but even filed an official complaint (petition) with a U.N. special rapporteur accusing the Netherlands of “racial discrimination” and “violations of international rights”: https://archive.md/yc0BZ


With Aruba, Curaçao, and Sint Maarten complaining that they are blackmailed to implement these reforms "too" fast, these "autonomous" islands will not receive any more financial support from the Netherlands.
Of course until they agree to the reforms under the guidance of the new Caribbean Entity for Reform and Development: https://archive.md/dKGw2
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I guess that we won't hear about this from our wonderful media...
foundaname wrote: Sun Jan 02, 2022 9:26 pmExperienced something very special today. Demonstrating was prohibited today in Amsterdam. There was an emergency order in force on the Museumplein. Then this happens:

12:00 Police set up in a circle around the Museumplein.
12:00 Police allow thousands of people to enter the square.
12:45 Police orders through loudspeakers the crowd to leave the square via the Van Baerlestraat.
12:50 Crowd leaves the square via Van Baerlestraat.
12:50 Mobile Unit stands ready in line on Van Baerlestraat.
12:50 Crowd gets stuck on the ME and can't move.
13:00 Atmosphere becomes grim because people are stuck.
13:00 More and more ME-buses, policemen, military police, dogs, spray truck enter Van Baerlestraat.
13:00 Complete chaos on intersection Van Baerlestraat/Paulus Potterstraat.

I was there. From start to 14:00. I really can't understand what I saw today. The police force the crowd straight into the ME lines. I am really flabbergasted. NOTHING in the media about this.
foundaname wrote: Mon Jan 03, 2022 5:23 pm A thread on twitter with a more detailed, but dutch, timeline of the manipulation of events for the sake of MSM:
https://twitter .com/annstrikje/status/1478034051474890754
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So with the complete economy locked down until at least 14 January, we can't even buy clothes, the primary schools and (most) high schools will open again on 10 January.

Obviously it would be terrible if young children won't get brainwashed with state propaganda. They might learn to think for themselves (the horrors!) - in Dutch: https://www.nu.nl/coronavirus/6176278/b ... -niet.html
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Firestarter wrote: Mon Jan 03, 2022 5:59 pm So with the complete economy locked down until at least 14 January, we can't even buy clothes, the primary schools and (most) high schools will open again on 10 January.

Obviously it would be terrible if young children won't get brainwashed with state propaganda. They might learn to think for themselves (the horrors!) - in Dutch: https://www.nu.nl/coronavirus/6176278/b ... -niet.html
Dont forget that other dutch sources mention that there will be new corona rules for schools like walkinglanes in the hallway.. and other rather extreme ideas. must. brainwash. early.


PS new camera angle found regarding the paintbomb. Those antifa robots were accompanied by police from start to finish, which makes it all even 'weirder'
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How strange, the "independent" Wikipedia "forgets" to mention that the drug selling coffeeshops and liquor stores remain open as "essential", with just about every other shop that doesn't sell food closed by the corona dictatorship.

Wikipedia lies that on 15 March 2020:
Public measures were also tightened up. Schools and childcare centres will remain closed until 6 April, as well as cafés, restaurants, sports clubs, saunas, sex clubs and coffeeshops.
https://archive.md/qpzrI

The coffeeshops were closed for a single day in total (probably 15 March 2020)!



With Dutch people massively shopping and going to restaurants and bars in Belgium, with the Netherlands the only (?) European country that has completely shut down everything, besides food shops, some "non-essential" shops today have "opened" in protest.
Not to really sell their normal products, but offering a cup of coffee...

This happened in several cities, including Sittard, Roermond, Bussum, Eindhoven, Huizen and Amsterdam.
In (on) Urk some "non-essential" shops were open like "normal" for the last days.

Surprisingly the open shops haven't been fined: (in Dutch) https://archive.md/N9Azv
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As a massive amount of Dutch people from the South of the Netherlands went for entertainment and shopping in Belgium, it was even more clear there than in the rest of the country how criminally insane the brutal lockdown (of everything besides "essential" shops) is.
In a surprising move in the last days several mayors of cities in the South of the country spoke out against the lockdown. This was followed by "non-essential" shops and bars and restaurant announcing to open this weekend. In an equally surprising move, the cops said they wouldn't (couldn't?) keep the shops from opening.

So today the corona dictatorship announced that starting tomorrow, all shops are open (until 17:00 closing time).

We can once again go the barber, and of course prostitutes (with mask!).
Sports outside is once again allowed, but only with vaccination passport to sport indoors.

And they reopened more schools (including universtities) as it would be terrible if the kids don't get brainwashed with state propaganda (causing mental health problems - no joke!).

Bars, restaurants, and museums remains closed...
In the meantime the number of COVID hospitalisations keeps going down with COVID cases continuing at record numbers:
(in Dutch) https://www.nu.nl/coronavirus/6178265/d ... ekend.html
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