Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Twice as much child abuse as last year

According to Expatica today (24 April 2007):
More than 107,000 children are abused in the Netherlands each year. That is almost twice the number experts assumed until now. About 30 in every 1,000 children suffer physical, emotional or sexual abuse or neglect.

Any such numbers coming from the Netherlands should be read with the awareness that the Dutch government tampers with statistics to make their country seem better than it is in reality.

When I exposed the Dutch Pedophile Coverup at the beginning of this century, I discovered that between the ages of 12 and 16, no one is allowed to make a report of child abuse except the parents of an abused child. Even the child himself (or herself) cannot complain about his or her situation. Thus, when the study of abused children in the Netherlands states:
The study was based on data from 1,100 professionals in the social and medical services, and on information from the 17 centres for reporting child abuse.

we must keep in mind the fact that such a study will exclude the 12-16 year old age group, a parent abusing their 12-16 year-old being very unlikely to file a report against themselves. For all practical purposes, incest is legal between the ages of 12 and 16 in the Netherlands, and a large number of children are taught that having sex with their parents is absolutely normal. If something is not a crime, I doubt it would appear on the report referred to in the report from the University of Leiden.

Further, as I demonstrated in my report on how the Dutch protect pedophiles, it is very unlikely that any child being abused would be able to notify any official of their situation.

Monday, April 23, 2007

Women on Waves in the news again

Today, we learn that Rebecca Gomperts of Women on Waves has achieved another victory with the Dutch government, who will now permit the woman to continue her nautical mission to circumvent the laws of European countries who have voted against abortion.

From DutchNews.nl (Monday 23 April 2007
Backlash over abortion boat ruling
"The controversial Dutch abortion boat operated by Women on Waves has been granted a government licence allowing it to carry out abortions in international waters on women who are up to seven weeks pregnant..."

Unless I have missed something while following the history of this issue (and I have been following it closely since 2000), Rebecca Gomperts and Women on Waves primarily seek to force the Dutch abortion laws on to countries in which the citizens have voted to ban such atrocities. These are not oppressed women being denied rights; rather, they are citizens who have decided that legalized murder is not in the best interest of their societies.

Once again, the Dutch try bring people of other countries to their own futile belief system by breaking the laws of those other countries, thus positioning themselves as common criminals. And, again the Dutch government fully supports this perversion of international morality. That the Dutch legitimize murder in their own country doesn’t give Dutch doctors any right to travel outside the borders of the Netherlands for the purpose of conducting what is considered to be a crime by more civilized countries.

Consider this analogy: Just as undertaking an abortion is illegal in the countries to which the Dutch wish to export their corruption, so is the partaking of illegal drugs. Will the Dutch government now endorse the export of their illegal drugs to the people of countries who have voted to keep such degeneracy off the streets?

The Dutch repeatedly demonstrate misery loves company.

I suggest that nations finding themselves under attack by degenerate Dutch doctors who are really moral-terrorists respond in the same way they would if the Dutch were launching their offensive with things more recognizable as weapons yet equally forbidden in their respective countries.

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Are Dutch Children Really Happy?

When the Dutch score number one and the US, next to the last, you know something's rotten in Denmark. According to Expatica News on February 14, 2007:

Dutch children are the happiest:

"AMSTERDAM – A study by UNICEF, the UN’s children’s foundation, indicates that Dutch children have it better than their peers in other rich countries. ... The Netherlands topped the list. Denmark and Sweden came in second and third place. The UK came in at the bottom of the list, preceded by the US."

Of course, the UN survey neglects to mention that Dutch children have relatively complete autonomy, enjoying low-cost drugs such marijuana, hashish, XTC, and LSD at an early age (technically not legal, though “tolerated” at the thousands of “Koffeeshops” across the land), legal alcohol, free heroin and needles, public nudity, sexual freedoms beyond anything imagined in the sixties, and a parental attitude meant to convey the fact that from puberty onward, the thought processes of a child are equivalent to those of an adult. When legislation deems 12-year-olds to be mature enough to request euthanasia without parental consent, children are bound to draw conclusions (however spurious) about the validity of whatever happens to pop into their heads.

Certainly, such children come up as happy on a survey conducted by an organzation that views a hybrid of secularism, socialism, and liberalism -- secusocialiberalism -- as the Holy Trinity of society. Holland’s culture has long progressed beyond the point where the children themselves might notice something was wrong. In the USA, if children were given a comparable steady stream of drugs, sex, and rock and roll, they themselves would ask, “Isn’t something wrong with this picture?” However, in the Netherlands the situation is entrenched to the point that not only one’s parents but also their grandparents were raised that way. Nay, even their great-grandparents. A child has little hope to realize something is remiss. Ignorance is bliss.

Example 1: A survey in 1991 revealed that twenty percent of the children are brought up believing that having sex with one’s parents is perfectly normal. That figure was a survey of church-going families only (a mere 3% of the country). The laws encourage this: AgeOfConsent.com reports that it is legal for parents to have sex with their children between the ages of 12 and 16. Children brought up this way have no reason to question the scenario.

Example 2: During the ten years I lived in the Netherlands, I couldn’t help noticing that the families were large by American standards: usually between 4 and 6 children. If a child was kidnapped or murdered or both (Yes, Michael Moore, the murder rate in Holland is about a hundred times higher than your films report), or dies through some accident resulting from a lack of parental supervision, the general attitude is “Well, we’ve got five more. Let’s move on with our lives.”

In London where drugs and needles are free, you will certainly find that the heroin addicts are happy. In Holland, where children have no rules whatsoever and their parents believe this state of affairs is a good thing, you are going to find them scoring high in surveys such as the one conducted by the UN. Unfortunately, the liberal secular socialists of the UN are looking at the world through lenses made by the same interests as those of the Netherlands.

A few more observations about the top three scorers in the survey: Does Denmark count? Because the last time I consulted the CIA fact book, there were only a million children in that country. They live so far apart from each other, there is hardly any social interaction whatsoever. Aren't there some apartment complexes in New York City containing the same amount of children? And about Sweden: Starting the moment they are toilet-trained, aren’t their 1.5 million kids living in state-run nurseries -- the so-called "Swedish Solution"; see "What has Government done to our Families" -- that have completely destroyed the concept of "family?"

The top three “countries” in the UN’s survey taken together contain a total of 5.5 million children. The United States has more than 60 million children. In fact, the number of children in America is more than double the entire populations (adults and children alike) of those three top-scoring countries taken together. Does the UN survey have any relevance whatsoever to the situation in America? I don't think so. Sadly, the UN does.