Nieuwe website om "Jihad in Nederland" verhalen te bespreken : Jihad in the Netherlands
The Dutch State wants to show us that free expression is also for ISIS fanatics, not just Geert Wilders. However, Wilders himself is upset by the free expression of ISIS supporters. Back in January, this Author wrote a post on the international criticism against the Netherlands for allowing the free flow of unchallenged hate speech in the mass media. This has led to the degrading of human rights and social positions of Muslims in Dutch society. I have also demonstrated that the AIVD, the Dutch intelligence service, also plays a role in labeling and social control of Muslims and Leftists by watching their speech, which has led to their social exclusion. In the past the Netherlands has been criticized by international human rights
Wanneer knikkeren we al dat antisemitisch pro-ISIS en Gaza tuig eindelijk eens ons land uit? http://t.co/cB9KM1EBOz pic.twitter.com/o6WTovGBpFWilders continues to spew hate from his Twitter (sometimes in comic form) as he condemns the free speech rights that the Dutch State has so vigorously defended for him. When Wilders played "Kingmaker" after the 2010 Tweede Kamer elections, various actions of the Dutch State and local government sought to stymie criticism of the PVV and even prosecute people for "threatening Wilders."
— Geert Wilders (@geertwilderspvv) July 24, 2014
Dutch State wants to show us that "jihad in the Netherlands" actually exists. What kind of jihad? There are any kinds of "jihad," most are not violent. Well, the Dutch State, mostly its intelligence service, the AIVD,has been screaming about violent "jihad" for years and promoting the notion that support violent jihad as some kind of neglect among the global Muslim community. When one reads the end of their reports, the AIVD admits that violent jihad is not a wildly held belief among Dutch Muslims. In fact, they admit that the vast majority of Dutch who practice Islam are inoculated against violent jihad. It is now common knowledge that the Netherlands is a place of Islamophobia and oppression of Islam - and allowing this type of demonstration makes a statement counter to that common knowledge.
AIVD wants to know who follows the radical ISIS and start spying on them.
It is well known to this author that the AIVD wants us all to believe that the killing of Theo van Gogh was, indeed, an "act of terrorism" and not just a murder. The demonstration is over the jailing of an ISIS member and nota threat to violence.
New website is underconstruction that will discuss the "Jihad in the Netherlands" narrative http://www.jihadinthenetherlands.com