Friday, November 19, 2010

Requested: People With Lots of Guts

Below is a new essay by our Dutch correspondent H. Numan. It was originally published in Dutch at Het Vrije Volk, and has been translated by the author.

Requested: people with lots of guts
by H. Numan

Cast him into the Outer Darkness!Once again a PVV member of Parliament is being damaged. The lucky one is Mr. James Sharpe. It’s getting a wee bit boring. The present victim isn’t yet finished off, and the next one already under attack.

Saints are only seated in the left and center of Parliament, not on the right. Poor Mr. Wilders isn’t capable of attracting parliamentarians without a criminal record, strong fists or an alcohol problem. Or so it seems. Is Wilders really that stupid?

Not quite. Look around you. Seen a PVV poster in a window on your way to work? If you did, you are lucky. There aren’t that many visible. When you went home, was that poster still there? Or was the window boarded up awaiting the glazier?

Supposing you voted for the PVV yourself. Can you talk openly about it amongst family, friends and colleagues? Or you feel you might alienate some of your friends and family, or get into trouble at work if you do? After all, voting is done in secrecy. So let’s keep it that way.

Now you begin to understand the power of left-wing politics. For over forty years the Left has been able to do whatever it pleases. And they used that power to set up a network to remain in power for the foreseeable future. To damage the PVV they don’t need the AIVD. They have a multitude of intelligence agencies, all financed by you, the taxpayer. To name a few of them: Kafka, Jansen & Janssen, and the MDI. There are many more of them.

All of them are actually private clubs without any real authority, paid for by you and me. They have nothing else to do but register what you are currently doing. Anything that can be perceived as extreme right-wing is. With as much personal details (name, full address, email address, and a photo) in public view on the Internet. Extreme right wing doesn’t mean being a member of the KKK or the neo-Nazis. Far from it. Visiting sites such as Gates of Vienna is already considered extreme right-wing. Blogs are being monitored, activities reported. By volunteers on the dole who haven’t anything better to do anyway. Administered, organized and arranged by volunteers who get a bit extra as ‘community work’.

Okay. You’re a real gray mouse. There aren’t any skeletons in your cupboard. All your life you have been in the clear. Never done anything remotely out of the usual. Your worst offenses are a few speeding fines and parking tickets. Left-wing activists can’t harm you that way. Well, they don’t have to. It’s more than likely you won’t be interested in a political career anyway. So why bother bothering you?

Now we assume that you, the proverbial gray mouse with the perfect clean record, decide to go into politics anyway. That doesn’t bother the Left at all. They just change gears. Take for example Prem Radhakishun. He is a well-known left-wing journalist/TV personality. Two days ago on a popular primetime TV program he accused an opponent of being pedophile. Just like that. Without blinking an eye. He was suspended for a few months. Nothing more than that. (In the USA he and his descendants would have to work hard to pay of the ensuing libel penalties…)

In the case of the PVV parliamentarian Eric Lucassen, the anti-pedophile network “” accuses him of being a special kind of pedophile, a so-called “Ephebophile”. Don’t worry if you have to look that one up in an encyclopedia. You’re in good company. So did I.

This rancid extreme left-wing club has on many occasions accused others of being pedophiles. Without a shred of evidence. Often completely wrong. The victims are rarely capable of defending themselves against this kind of libel and suffer severe damages. Not just in reputation.

Not only that, they are dead wrong (again). The Dutch army doesn’t recruit child soldiers. Exactly for that reason the age limit was raised from 16 to 18, although 17 year olds can participate in some training programs.

Don’t even think you can do the same. Supposing you post all relevant information about Prem Radhakishun on the Internet. His private phone numbers, email addresses, Facebook pages and full details about his severe alcoholism problem (which he actually has). You can expect a legal order to remove it within hours. It’s likely to be hand-delivered by a SWAT team, to show you this is beyond the pale. Gregorius Nekschot knows all about it.

Privacy has high priority for left-wing activists. But only if you are an extreme left-wing activist yourself, or a dangerous criminal. It doesn’t apply to anyone else. A seriously dangerous person attacks without reason or provocation people with a knife in the Amsterdam Vondelpark. The police created an intentionally bad robot photo, which is bad enough already, and blocked his eyes with a black censor stripe. “To protect his privacy”, no less. If the privacy of a dangerous deranged person is so vital, why bother showing a bad-looking image to assist in his arrest?

In the unlikely case they cannot find anything about you, or accuse you of something, nothing to worry about. They simply go and test whether your house is fire resistant, your windows strong, and the same for your car. Cut your tires a few times, dump some manure in your mailbox, send a few anonymous death threats. If that doesn’t do the trick, the same will happen to your family, friends or at the company you work for. This never happens under orders of Job Cohen or Femke Halsema. But it happens all the same.

Just ask yourself: the legal hobos who prosecute Wilders and are now preparing a legal case against the state, the prosecution office and the courts for not (successfully and cheerfully) convicting Wilders. How do they pay for all that? This bunch of legal incompetent clowns aren’t going to pay for it themselves. No way in hell! If you believe that, I have several bridges and the Eiffel Tower for sale. Nico Steyner, who looked like a ’60s hippie going senile, was caught a day later climbing a fence of a military installation. At his age! The old geezer must be a lot more careful. At his age his bones aren’t what they used to be.

But even that is an argument against Wilders. A lot of left wing loonies complain that all this legal clowning around cost tons of money, which it most certainly does. If Wilders, like a good chap would simply admit his guilt immediately, and let himself be sentenced by the court meekly, that would save an enormous sum of money. Quite. I wonder why they didn’t ask him to pay for the party. After all, in China the condemned man is charged the cost of his execution.

Are you interested in representing the PVV in Parliament or a local council? Knowing that injustice and evil are coming your way? If they can’t touch you, they can intimidate your family, friends, or anybody else. And they will. Police protection? Come on! The police have much better things to do than that. The very last thing on their minds is to do what they are paid for. In a literal sense: it doesn’t pay them at all. Fining cyclists for speeding does.

To sum it up: you really have to have very strong nerves to decide to do something like that willingly. I know plenty of capable people of integrity who decline. They aren’t willing to sacrifice everything. It simply isn’t worth it. And that is exactly what the Left is doing right now.

And mind you: this is all planned. On March 11 there will be elections at the provincial level and for the Senate. If the PVV wins as they stand now, the Left is finished. At least for a decade to come. Any seat less for the PVV is a victory for left wing parties. So that is why you see so many scandals appearing in the space of just a few days.

The fun has only just begun. Four more months of terror lie ahead.


Sol Ta Triane said...

Your description is helping me fill in the picture. Now is the time to stand up and get yourself in trouble. If there was any good timing to be had, that would be now.
I hope you keep sending in updates to GOV.
Also, while we are on this topic, I've wondered how many Europeans hesitate to comment on GOV and Western values websites for fear of reprisal? I'd really like to know how far this goes. Aren't all you Euro commenters and writers, from Fjordman to Weston, putting yourselves in danger by posting here? Well, please let me thank you all for your courage.

sheik yer'mami said...

An accurate description of the treacherous left and the perversion of the thought-process that comes with it.

I am a target myself, and I have experienced the rage of the commie zealots that aid and abet our Islamic enemies.

If we win this, and win we must, there will be Nuremberg style trials for the traitors who acted as willing tools for the Muslim Mafia.

Richard said...

Things are going to get worse in Europe, one reason the left works so hard to disarm the honest citizens is that they know at some point the honest citizens are going to want the left out of power. With the government the only armed force the left knows it will not be removed from power until it decides to go peacefully. In the US we are now seeing the result of not take a good hard look at who was running for President and the fools voted for Obama (I didn't) now they are discovering that even after the mid term elections this year he is going to ignore the voters and Congress and try to implement his agenda through regulations and using the regulatory agencies. This is going to touch off a Constitutional and legal crisis like no other.

Having said that the people in Europe are in massive trouble unless by some miracle you manage to elect enough honest patriotic people before the left decides to cancel the next elections.

The two problems I have talked about war why the coming war is going to last for several decades.

doxRaven said...

This social-terror as a mechanism of subjugating dissent is reminiscent of the German Democratic Republic.

Sarrazin makes reference to this social-terrorism when he said (quoted from FAZ)

Sarrazin: Merkels Argumente erinnern an die DDR
Thilo Sarrazin fühlt sich durch die Kritik der Kanzlerin an seinem Buch an Verhältnisse in der DDR erinnert. Dort habe die Meinungsfreiheit zwar auch in der Verfassung gestanden. Aber wer Kritik geübt habe, sei abgestraft worden. Er sieht sich selbst „in der ersten Stufe eines fein abgestuften Verfahrens“.

my attempt at translation
The critique by Angeleka Merkel of Thilo Sarrazin and his book reminds Sarrazin of the the situation in the DDR. There, as here, Freedom of Opinion was written into the constitution, but those who exercised this freedom by voicing criticism were made to pay. He sees himself as being "in the first step of a finely graded system of punishment".

Referring the the process in the GDR:
Es habe damit begonnen, dass die Kinder nicht zum Studium zugelassen worden seien, und mit der Haft in Bautzen geendet.

my translation
It started with their kids not being permitted to undertake University studies, and it ended with imprisonment at Bautzen.

In Sarrazin's case it was being forced to resign from his position in the Bundesbank and being pressured to leave the SPD party (Social Democratic Party of Germany). The book was after all only a two -step PC delict.

imnokuffar said...

This same phenonmenon is happening all over Europe. In the UK all the names of BNP members were broadcast all over the internet. I myself got some messages from the left wingers till I changed my internet address. Personally, if a list of far left members was to appear on the internet it would not interest me at all. In the UK the present Minister of Justice has indicated that school boards of governors can (and by implication, should) sack any BNP member they find, regardless of whether this person has done anything wrong. Apparently freedom of expression and belief stops when you become a BNP member, but not if you are a member of a far-left group.