1,400 "refugees" invade Dutch town of 130 - DailyKenn.com
130 people lived in the Dutch town of Oranje.
Now there are 1,530.
The small community in The Netherlands recently learned that 700 Islamic insurgents were being moved into the town's park. Days later a government official announced another 700 would soon arrive.
Town natives would soon find themselves outnumbered ten-to-one by Islamic African insurgents.
Residents took matters into their own hands, blocking roads to Oranje. One elderly woman physically postured herself in the road, blocking the vehicle of the aforementioned government bureaucrat. She was hospitalized with a broken arm after police removed her.(See video below).
Oranje, once a population of Dutchmen, is now 90 percent Islamic Africans and 10 percent Dutch.
What is occurring in Oranje is typical throughout traditionally white Western nations. We are literally being displaced by insurgents under the facade of "refugees" fleeing war, crime, or poverty.
• Those who object to genocidal mania are ridiculed and stereotyped with pejoratives such as Nazis, xenophobes, racists, Islamophobes, etc.
In reality Islam is the world's largest, oldest and deadliest hate group in existence. There have been over 27,000 Islamic terror attacks since Sept. 11, 2001. That's more than five terror attacks per day. Can you think of any other hate group that commits five terror attacks per year?
After comparing those numbers with other so-called hate groups, consider why the predatory left is embracing this homophobic, misogynist hate group while demonizing others.
Then consider that Islam has been raining terror on humanity for 1,400 years.
Guns are strictly regulated in The Netherlands and are not considered a legitimate weapon for self defense.
IN THIS tiny Dutch village, Jan Voortman’s garden centre has added some new products to its line-up of plants, seeds and wooden clogs: falafel, couscous and water pipes.
The enterprising store owner is capitalising on the newest residents of rural Oranje, until recently population 130: Hundreds of asylum seekers from as far away as Syria, Sudan and Eritrea who are being housed in a disused vacation camp. But the resolutely cheerful Voortman sees his fellow townspeople adopting a starkly different attitude.
Villagers who a year ago grudgingly accepted the arrival of 700 migrants reacted furiously last week when the government announced it was sending up to 700 more, turning Oranje into the latest flashpoint in an increasingly polarised debate about how this densely populated nation of 17 million can accommodate thousands of migrants pouring into the country.
Similar frictions are emerging elsewhere in Europe as the continent struggles to absorb hundreds of thousands of people. Villagers and townsfolk in some parts of Germany also have protested against the arrival of asylum seeker centres, though many others in the country also do plenty to help migrants.
In the end, 103 new migrants were bussed into Oranje, bringing the total to 803. The agency responsible for housing asylum seekers called the decision to send more people to Oranje “difficult but unavoidable” given the lack of suitable housing elsewhere.
Oranje was chosen because of its 1,400-bed vacation village, but villagers saw the decision as a betrayal by the central government based more than 200 kilometres (125 miles) away in The Hague, which after sending 700 people last year had pledged not to send any more.
“It was going well. Everybody was satisfied,” Voortman said. When junior Justice Minister Klaas Dijkhoff broke the news to villagers on Tuesday that hundreds more could be on their way, he said, “everybody flipped.”
One woman stood in front of Dijkhoff’s car as he tried to leave the meeting. When she was pulled, screaming, to the side of the road, she fell and injured her arm. A man kicked the car as it drove away.
“I’ve had better evenings,” Dijkhoff told reporters at the Dutch Parliament the following day. “But I understand that people were shocked.”
Two days after the confrontation, the only trace of anger left in the cluster of houses lining the banks of the local canal was the village sign: The name Oranje had been covered in black spray paint and “Syria” scrawled underneath. It was not clear when the sign was defaced.
Many Dutch people are welcoming migrants with open arms, but plenty of others are opposing moves to set up centres for asylum seekers in their towns and villages..