Why You Should Hate The Dutch

They even dress up like niggers and think it's "tradition." GS
If you hate the Jews because you think they're deceptive, greed driven, tribal fucks, then you'll definitely love the Dutch! Although at first glance The Netherlands is a stable, wealthy country, once you begin digging into the people's psyche, you will learn that they behave as if they're starving in a third world country. 

1) Let's first start with the law: it's legal to lie to the police here in The Netherlands if you're a suspect, meaning that you don't have to worry about perjury if you tell a cop that the guy in that video strangling a hooker is actually someone else and that you were in Spain that day. Although this may be a good thing, it means that cops will treat everyone like a liar, and that they themselves will eventually develop a loose relationship with the truth. 

The cops will lie about you, and they'll lie about you and Christmas even if your last name literally means "Hebrew;" and if you're not white and Dutch, the Dutch police will help other people lie about you, too. 

If you're American and sign a lease on the 1st of December and put the date 12/1/17 on it, you can expect that the other guy will tell the police that you signed it on the 12th of January. And even though the police know you're a US citizen who wasn't even in the country 11 months ago, they'll still submit the lease to the court. The Netherlands is a country where you can expect 4 college graduates working in a realty in the middle of downtown to lie about seeing a guy almost a year ago and for the police to help them. 

Simply put, you can never talk to a Dutch cop, even if it's saying a simple hello, and you should presume that he/she will still lie about you saying something anyway.

2) Police give false warnings. If you're a white Dutch girl, you can ride the same bicycle for 30 years without ever needing to learn that you need to turn your lights on at night, but if you're a brown guy, you can expect that you'll need to provide proof of bike ownership and produce a driver's license if you bike around like you're Dutch. 

Dutch police are not in the business of investigating crimes, even if it's a break-in and the person who broke into your house is selling you your legal documents back; what they're in the business of is maintaining the semblance of "law and order." You can expect the Dutch police to set up a checkpoint outside of a school or a supermarket and to only target the brown guy on the bicycle. And while you may think you're dealing with a nice, friendly cop who tells you that you have to walk home and that it's "just a warning this time," in actuality he is lying to you and just wants to raid your home because he thinks you're an illegal immigrant. 

Yep, if you're brown in The Netherlands you have to register at City Hall, and if you're not registered there the police can for any reason turn you into an illegal immigrant. 

Simply put, if you're a brown guy, you should presume that everything a cop has told you is a complete fabrication. 

3) They destroy legal documents. Did you leave some documents stashed in your place before you left for the holidays expecting that even if the police raided the apartment for those 6 cannabis plants you have in there that the documents would be returned to you? You're making a very incorrect assumption about the level of honesty and helpfulness of the Dutch police, and that assumption will be brutally broken by them once they get the opportunity. 

Dutch police destroy documents, and they will even destroy US passports without taking into consideration that it could put your citizenship at risk. 

Simply put, if you're an immigrant and you have a home in The Netherlands, you can fully expect that the police are not just unable to protect you should anything happen to your property, but that they will be hostile in rejecting to help you. 

4) They force you to pay the fine right there. It's usually the case in developing countries that the level of corruption is so high that you can expect to get a "fine" from a cop who will suggest that you pay right then and there to avoid paperwork, and this is also the case in The Netherlands. 

If you're brown and not registered at City Hall, the police will demand that you pay for fines on the spot, and should you not be able to pay the bribefine right away, then you will be arrested or turned into an illegal immigrant. 

If you're poor and not used to how things work in Venezuela, you should not leave your house in The Netherlands unless accompanied by someone with functioning finance cards, otherwise you may have to stand in the cold a couple of hours as a train cop or traffic agent decides what to do with you. 

5) They ignore the feelings of the millions of brown people living in their country. If you peruse our website, you'll find videos of a guy making racist jokes in blackface. While something like that could get you arrested in The United Kingdom, here in The Netherlands you'll actually get a police escort on the street. 

The Dutch police have been trained that blackface is a tradition in a children's party and that anyone who goes to protest that tradition of blackface, that they are "troublemakers who disrupt children's parties."

And this brings us to why we are posting videos of a guy in blackface making racist jokes: because we've been in The Netherlands long enough and no longer care about anyone's feelings but our own.

5) They financially abuse their own citizens. If 4 people lied about you signing a lease in January, and if a policewoman lied about you saying that you were in your apartment celebrating Hanukkah before Christmas, and if you subsequently find yourself indicted for weed, then you'll need 140 euros for a lawyer. Don't have 140 for a free lawyer? Tough!

The Dutch are in the business of squeezing people dry, they'll charge a Dutch woman 1250 euros so she can confer legal status to her son, and they'll deport the son to a country where he doesn't have citizenship if the mom can't come up with the 1250.

They deny citizenship to the children of Dutch men born here if the mother is not earning at least 1500 euros a month and the father does not declare paternity. Yes, if you're born in The Netherlands to someone making under 1500 euros a month, you will come to know the term "original sin."

Nothing is for free here in the land of tolerance; it's a Jewish dream come true, you even have to pay 50 cents for extra ketchup and 50 cents to use the toilet at McDonald's. 

6) There is no Posse Comitatus Act. After the American Civil War, the defeated South was occupied by the Union Army, something deeply unpopular in a country where civilian authority was enshrined into the foundational core of the nation's philosophy. By 1878, Americans had already learned that deploying the military to perform police roles, that that was a form of tyranny, and Congress signed the Posse Comitatus Act into law to prevent the President from abusing that authority. 

Here in The Netherlands, however, there is no Posse Comitatus Act, the Royal Marechaussee -- the military police -- are tasked with the same roles as the Secret Service and the Transportation Security Administration in the United States. This means that if you should leave your bag briefly unattended outside of the airport, that it will be military that comes to check it, and if perhaps 5 years earlier you had been unable to "pay the fine right there" that you may be in an Article 50 database as a suspected illegal immigrant.

And if the Marechaussee has you down on an Article 50, it doesn't matter that you have acquired a residence permit since the time when you were a tourist who couldn't pay the fine right there, and you will spend the night in military detention. 

If you are a legal resident of The Netherlands and you're under the impression that you have civilian rights, you should get rid of that notion and come to understand that you're a few seconds away from being thrown into a military brig over a fine from half a decade ago. 

Simply put, you have no civilian rights in this country. 

7) Birthplace discrimination. Since the Dutch police still have to maintain the appearance of being peace keepers, they are not allowed to ask a person if they're in the country illegally; all they ask is if you're registered at City Hall and where you were born. 

If US Senator John McCain were brown and wandering around the streets of The Netherlands, he'd have to worry about the fact that he was born in Panama.

The Dutch police are trained that anyone born in a poor country who is not registered at City Hall should be treated as a suspected illegal alien. Your country of citizenship doesn't matter here, only where you were born. 

8) They deny history. The Dutch are today still dressing up in blackface, as their lovable Zwarte Piet, a slave caricature. Instead of simply changing the color to green and telling the kids that Zwarte Piet is no longer going down chimneys and that he was always green underneath the soot, the Dutch would rather provide bulletproof vests to men in blackface and have black cops arrest black men protesting blackface.

What a good house nigger looks like. Volkskrant
There is nothing more Dutch than seeing a black cop in dreadlocks beat down a black guy, then wrapping his shirt around his head and dragging him hooded into a cell, yet it happens every year for Sinterklaas, the Dutch Christmas. 

At first you may think it's impressive to arrive in a European country and to see black men in uniform, but you should presume you're dealing with a house nigger who will arrest you if you protest blackface. 

9) They brush over their collaboration with the Nazis. Although the Dutch were handing over Jews to the Nazis left and right, children are taught that they were merely victims of the Germans. 

And because the Dutch see themselves as victims of the Germans and as a people invaded by brown savages who want to destroy their traditions, you can expect an immigration agent to tell someone to their face "you have no rights in my country," even if that person is crying that their mother, their legal guardian in the European Union, is a Dutch citizen and that they came here before age 25. 

The Dutch immigration authorities will change the rules in the middle of the game, neglect to mention a rule, and then use the changes and the unmentioned rule to tell you to your face that "you're not doing things right." And they'll even ask you, "why don't you just go back!?"

10) There is no real freedom of speech. Don't like the King? Want to tell the world that he's a child rapist and that he should go fuck himself? Be prepared to spend a couple of weeks in prison. 

If you're giving a speech in public and shout "fuck the King," you may as well shout "fuck Mohammed" in a Muslim country. If you were to write the name of a cop here while calling him a corrupt cunt after you find out that he lied about you and destroyed your shit, he'll file a speech complaint against you and say you "offended his honor." 

A cop here will teach a Jewish guy to use the word "Christmas," write down that the Jew said the word "Christmas," destroy the documents of a homeless guy who told him he had medical problems, and still think that the homeless Jew should respect "his honor." 

And if someone files a complaint against you for insulting them on the internet, you can expect the Dutch police to force you to show up to the police station to be interrogated, where they will use everything against you, even your immigration records. 

If you write shit about the King, you'll get locked up, if you insult a corrupt cunt, you will be forced to spend thousands in legal bills and will face interrogation; and, if heaven forbid, you shall insult a cop to his face, perhaps calling him a house negro for defending the "Children's party," then you will be locked up for "insulting the uniform."

Yes, the Dutch believe that because someone has a uniform on, that it should protect them from hearing the truth about what human scum they are. 

In summation, unless you speak Dutch, enjoy blackface, enjoy lying and being lied about, are driven by greed, and don't mind losing everything in your home, then The Netherlands may be the right country for you.