Category Archives: Dutch Politics

First Dutch climate refugees fleeing wind turbines: “The noise is unbearable”  — Iowa Climate Science Education

If the wind turbine noises don’t get you, there are the smoky biomass plants instead — or as well. Welcome to your clean green future? – – – AMSTERDAM – The first Dutch climate refugees are a fact, says De Telegraaf (via the GWPF). Not because of wet feet, but because citizens cannot cope with […]

via First Dutch climate refugees fleeing wind turbines: “The noise is unbearable”  — Iowa Climate Science Education

Dutch court approves euthanasia in cases of advanced dementia — Family First NZ

The Guardian 22 April 2020Family First Comment: “The ruling means doctors cannot be prosecuted even if the patient no longer says they want to die”#slipperyslopeprotect.org.nz Doctors in the Netherlands are able to carry out euthanasia on patients with severe dementia without fear of prosecution even if the patient no longer expresses an explicit wish to die, the…

via Dutch court approves euthanasia in cases of advanced dementia — Family First NZ

Dutch euthanasia centre sees 22% rise in requests in 2019 — Family First NZ

 

TVNZ One News 8 February 2020Family First Comment: “The number of people with dementia who received euthanasia rose from 70 in 2018 to 96 last year, the Euthanasia Expertise Center said. Two of those cases involved patients with dementia so advanced they were considered mentally incapacitated.”#slipperyslopeProtect.org.nz A Dutch organisation that carries out euthanasia received 3122 requests…

via Dutch euthanasia centre sees 22% rise in requests in 2019 — Family First NZ

Climate Sceptical Party Is The Big Winner In Dutch Elections — Iowa Climate Science Education

 

With most of the votes counted in Wednesday’s provincial elections, Thierry Baudet’s right-wing nationalist Forum voor Democratie appears to have won most votes and will take 12 seats in the senate in May. Forum, which is pro Nexit and does not believe in climate change, campaigned on national issues and did not draw up policies […]

via Climate Sceptical Party Is The Big Winner In Dutch Elections — Iowa Climate Science Education

Dutch foreign minister quits after lying about Putin meeting — The Crusader Journal

By Anthony Deutsch AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Dutch Foreign Minister Halbe Zijlstra quit on Tuesday after admitting that he had fabricated a story about attending a meeting in 2006 at which he said Russian President Vladimir Putin had outlined a strategy for building a greater Russia. The incident has embarrassed Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s coalition government, […]

via Dutch foreign minister quits after lying about Putin meeting — The Crusader Journal

Dutch foreign minister admits lying about Putin comments — The Crusader Journal

By Bart H. Meijer AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Dutch Foreign Minister Halbe Zijlstra admitted on Monday he had lied about hearing Russian President Vladimir Putin make comments about plans for a “greater Russia”, unleashing a storm of criticism. “I told an untruth, it was unacceptable,” he told reporters. Zijlstra, who is scheduled to meet his Russian […]

via Dutch foreign minister admits lying about Putin comments — The Crusader Journal

Dutch comedian exposes green energy scam — Climate Scepticism

This is remarkable. A satirical Sunday news programme presented by Arjen Lubach, on a mainstream TV channel in the Netherlands, debunks the green energy con. It’s in Dutch of course, but there are English subtitles. Assuming the subtitles are accurate, he says that green energy is “all one big lie”. He exposes the lie with […]

via Dutch comedian exposes green energy scam — Climate Scepticism

Students lost access to dope – grades improved (Netherland) — Family First NZ

These college students lost access to legal pot — and started getting better gradesWashington Post 25 July 2017Family First Comment: No we didn’t need research to say the obvious – but this is solid research to remove any doubt!“College students with access to recreational cannabis on average earn worse grades and fail classes at a…

via Students lost access to dope – grades improved (Netherland) — Family First NZ

Dutch political parties have backed themselves into a corner.

AP The Party for Freedom that came second in the MMP type election in the Netherlands led by Geert Wilders is ready and willing to form a coalition government. The problem is that the winning party led by Prime Minister Mark Rutte and the minor parties are refusing to compromise in order to form a…

via Dutch political parties have backed themselves into a corner. — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Dutch sperm bank boss is ‘father to dozens’

Stuff co.nz 13 May 2017Family First Comment: Disturbing aspect – and ultimately it’s the children who lose out #biologicalfathersmatter The head of a Dutch fertility clinic is accused of using his own sperm and not that of selected donors to father dozens of children. Twenty three parents and children of those born through IVF treatment…

via Dutch sperm bank boss is ‘father to dozens’ — Family First NZ

How Geert Wilders really fared in the recent Dutch election

“Geert Wilders and the real story of the election”, frontpagemag, March 16, 2017: The Dutch Labor Party used to dominate Maastricht. The ancient city gave its name to the Maastricht Treaty that created the European Union. In this election, the Labor Party fell from a quarter of the vote to a twentieth. Geert Wilders’ Freedom […]

via How Geert Wilders really fared in the recent Dutch election — The Aussie Conservative Blog

More than one million Dutch voted for Geert Wilder’s PVV Party

Geert Wilder’s party PVV has only been around for twelve years yet it has managed to come in second place against the old establishment VVD party headed by MP Mark Rutte. That is a huge achievement in an MMP political environment yet the mainstream media and Rutte are doing their best to describe Geert’s triumph…

via More than one million Dutch voted for Geert Wilder’s PVV Party — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Conflict Between Turkey and The Netherlands: The Winners and Losers.

On Saturday, just four days before the Dutch elections and one month before Turkey holds a crucial constitutional referendum (on expanding Turkish presidential powers), a new diplomatic dispute began between the Netherlands and Turkey. Everything began when the Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu announced he would visit Rotterdam to call on Turkish expatriates to vote […]

via Conflict Between Turkey and The Netherlands: The Winners and Losers. — Josep Goded

A sad time for Europe

That Geert Wilders has been forced to live under state protection for expressing his strong views on Islam, has been a shameful reality to consider for the past twelve and a half years. But the one saving grace for Wilders and his legions of supporters across the world, has been the indefatigable, unquestioned commitment of Dutch security […]

via A sad time for Europe — aussieconservativeblog