The northern Dutch town of Ter Apel—which has consistently elected a far left Labor Party (PvdA) administration—has been brought to its knees after a nonwhite invader crime plague has nearly destroyed all the businesses in town by stealing them into near-bankruptcy.
An August 2015 article in the Dagblad van het Norden newspaper said that “support for asylum seekers” was crumbling after local Chamber of Commerce president Peter Erdman had sent an “urgent letter” to the municipal authorities asking for action over the crime wave.
Erdman said in this letter that shoplifting and thefts by “asylum seekers” had soared in the last few months, and that there had been over a thousand separate incidents in the first eight months of 2015.
“These incidents are lumped together for reporting purposes,” he wrote, which meant that the total number of formal charges laid with the police was not a reflection of the real state of affairs.
“What is even more worrying is the feeling of insecurity in the town,” Erdman continued. “Store personnel are threatened and afraid to go out on the streets at night.”
One thousand “incidents” is highly significant in Ter Apel, a town, which, according to the local Chamber of Commerce, only has 748 small businesses.
At the time, the town mayor, Labor Party member Leontien Kompier, dismissed the claims as “rubbish” and said she found it “disturbing that there was even a perception that the crime was linked to the local asylum center.”
However, the situation has now deteriorated so badly that the council finally bowed to public pressure and last week asked the police to open a permanent station in the town to try and bring the ongoing nonwhite crime wave under control.
At the council meeting, Mayor Kompier was forced to admit the truth, saying that the criminals had indeed all come from the local “asylum center.”
Following the council’s back-down, Erdman was quoted by the NOS news service as welcoming the new police station and saying that it was a “confirmation” of his earlier warning.
The shopkeepers all knew—and had pointed out—that the crime was being committed by “asylum seekers” from the local “asylum center” in the town, he said, adding that although he had been criticized for saying this, “now you know the truth.”
The Ter Apel “asylum center” was opened in 1995, and in all the elections since then, the town has consistently voted for the Dutch Labor Party, which on the political spectrum stands just to the right of the Communist Party.
The presence of the “asylum center” seems not to have bothered all these Dutch leftists until last year, when the massively increased nonwhite invasion of Europe took place after German Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a blank check invasion offer to the Third World.
It was only then that the camp reached its maximum capacity of 2,000. Ter Apel’s native population is only of the order of 9,000.
Thus it was only when the “asylum center” rapidly filled up, that the townsfolk of Ter Apel started to experience for themselves the Third World in large numbers close at hand—and started complaining.
Outside observers might suggest that they should not be complaining at all, because this is precisely what they voted for.
* Ter Apel was in the news last year when a television crew interviewed residents who complained about the weather, the food, and the quality of the Wi-Fi with which they were provided—all free of charge of course.