"Dutch Immigration Officer Asked me to Abort My Mixed-race Child -- I Did!"

I had difficulty carrying out this interview. Sandra [not real name] wept as she told the story. 

She met Frank two years ago while he was on a student visa. They used protection and she was taking anti-conception pills, but somehow it failed, and when she realized she was pregnant he was already on his way out. "Frank was a standup guy, he offered to do the right thing."

"I went to the IND office; the first time the immigration officer informed me that I was not earning enough. I was 40 euros short."

"It would be better for you if you asked for a raise," the immigration officer told Sandra. 

"I did ask my boss for a raise, but I was ongelukkig."

"The second time I went alone, Frank had already left. I said to the immigration officer: 'I can't pay 1250 euros for the application, this is discrimination against the poor.'"

"When I said that, the immigration officer became furious, she gave me a stern look and asked, 'why don't you just have an abortion?'"

"I shut down, I just nodded, I felt a complete and utter hopelessness overtake me. I walked away and murdered my unborn daughter."

"I go to bed every night tortured by the thought of what she'd have looked like. The government asked me to murder my daughter over 40 euros!"

Racism Endemic in Dutch Police Force; Falsified Statements, Murdered Citizens


Poor and Moroccan? Wanna give an affidavit? Tough!


I'm a US citizen with a Yale degree. But I look like a poor Moroccan. On a nearly constant basis, I notice Dutch policemen give me a homicidal stare. I see nothing but hate and murder in their eyes. 

On a Monday two years ago, I went to the Diemen police station. I had been the victim of a break-in. All of my belongings were stolen. Naturally, I was prevented from filing an affidavit. Preventing someone from filing an affidavit is a common law crime; any officer who prevents an affidavit from being filed thus becomes an accessory to ALL of the crimes which were being reported. 

So, just which crimes did I go to report to a Dutch police station? Illegal entrance, blackmail, conversion and theft of US government property. There are policewomen in the Netherlands currently employed who have willfully permitted the theft and conversion of US government property.

In an e-mail to the US Senate, I wrote: "Conversion and theft of government property are the same crimes Snowden was charged with; if this is allowed to stand, the Snowdens of the world will continue acting with impunity." I heard back from some Senators, and the situation is grave indeed.

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There is nothing but panic among the citizenry. As it stands, people are being murdered by the police in the streets. The crime rate remains low because people are afraid to report crimes.  Immigrants are forced to provide an address before reporting a crime, even if homeless. Essentially, no homeless individual can report a crime against his person.

The Dutch government is building centers to house refugees. It may seem ridiculous in the 21st century, but people are afraid of being gassed and cremated. The police are supposed to protect the citizenry, but we feel nothing but fear.


Dutch policewoman lied for me, helped me gain acquittal

I love being black!


You spout a few conspiracies and people take you as dumb and weak.

I  was recently charged with three violations of the Narcotics Act.

Naturally, I was acquitted on all counts.

With great help from Ellen Kortekass, the most corrupt cunt in Europe; in my opinion. it's my opinion, which I'm legally allowed to express in this great, liberal country!

So there I was, sitting in front of Ellen Kortekass, the best white cunt the Netherlands has produced. I pretended to be afraid because I could see in her eyes that she was prejudiced and afraid of black men.


She asked me a loaded question; "When was the last time you were in the apartment.¨ Following US judicial protocol, I replied; "I can't recall"

Instead of writing in Dutch what I had said, she chose to make up her own statement. Hereby I challenge my lawyer, the translator, and Officer Kortekass to argue that she did not falsify a statement, a statement which allowed me to be acquitted of all counts.