There were at least 1,300 violent assaults in invader centers in the Netherlands during 2015—working out at four per day—according to the Dutch Minister of Security and Justice Klaas Dijkhoff.
Making the announcement in the Dutch Parliament on Saturday, January 30, Dijkhoff—a member the Volkspartij voor Vrijheid en Democratie (People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy, VVD, which bizarrely describes itself as a “conservative-liberal” group), also said that there had been a total of 8,000 reported incidents of all kinds at the invader centers last year.
Using figures supplied by the Central Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers (COA), Dijkhoff said that of the 8,000 reported incidents, 1,300 were violent assaults which involved “kicking and beating.”
Other incidents involved “human trafficking, lost ID papers, and false alarms,” he said. At least 369 incidents were described as “self-destructive actions”—meaning that the invaders destroyed something of significance inside their centers at least once a day—a fitting of some sort.
The Dutch minister was at the very least honest about the figures, unlike the Swedish police, who deliberately covered up at least 5,000 incidents at invader centers in that country in the hope of preventing a public backlash.
According to the Svenska Dagbladet newspaper, the police in Sweden have deliberately keep secret the incidents since October 2015 even though they were all very serious, including “beatings, fights, mental illness, and bomb threats.”
The newspaper revealed that the nonwhite invader incidents are filed under a special code, “R291,” which, it said, contains a specific instruction that “Nothing in this report shall be released to the media until [central police] command otherwise orders.”
According to the list, which was leaked to the Svenska Dagbladet, in the three months of October, November, and December 2015, Swedish police have been called out to 559 serious assaults, 450 fights, 194 cases of violent threats, 96 “missing persons,” 58 fires, two bomb threats, nine robberies, and four rapes, all involving recently arrived nonwhite invaders posing as asylum seekers.
It also contains 37 cases of attempted suicide, 26 cases of disease, 42 cases registered as “mentally ill,” and three deaths. The cases are spread throughout the country, all times of day, and throughout the week.
In addition to the incidents already mentioned, the police report showed that there were currently some 161 police operations at work in the invader camps, 912 “security missions,” 109 cases of “investigation,” and 869 checks being carried out on individuals in the camps.
When asked for commentary on the figures, police commissioner Dan Eliasson told the Svenska Dagbladet that he was “concerned about these developments. I fear that there may be even more trouble. I think the trend points in that direction. If we analyze this carefully, there is an increasing problem.”
* In the Netherlands, the Volksrant newspaper reported that the asylum authorities are employing Eritrean interpreters who were members of the ruling party in Eritrea—whose dictatorship is allegedly the cause of “refugees” from that country in the first place.