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By Pete Moore On May 22nd, 2019

The Netherlands’ migration minister, Mark Harbers, resigned on Tuesday following an outcry over a report which appeared to downplay crime statistics in relation to asylum-seekers.

Harbers presented a report to the Dutch parliament that included information on crimes committed by asylum-seekers. Various misdemeanors, such as shoplifting, had their own separate categories but serious crimes such as sexual assault, murder and manslaughter were placed under the category “other.”

Such is the carnage unleashed by the slow-motion invasion from primitive cultures, this is probably a common practice by many governments. Whatever the category, never – ever – believe what a government reports.


  1. Yup, absolutely.
    Another good example of this is the fake news media’s reports today: Although Traitor May’s resignation swamped the news today, there was also another semi-headline – there was “an incident” in Sheffield, resulting in two childrens’ deaths and several children hospitalised.
    What exactly happened? Who knows! If this was the 1970’s or 1980’s we would know exactly what occurred, but these days it’s reported as merely “an incident”. No details, nothing precise. No identification of the culprits, no details at all.
    All that we can be certain about, by logical deduction, is that the perpetrators of this “incident” were almost certainly not indigenous British citizens, because if they were, then that fact would be screamed and screeched in our ears relentlessly. No, whatever this “incident” was, it was perpetrated by our right honourable members for tolerance, diversity and multiculturalism. I’ll lay £10 grand on it.