Nonwhite invaders who swindle their way into the Netherlands are being given as much as €10,000 ($12,000) as free gifts in order to “settle in,” a shock survey in the Dutch-language Brabants Dagblad has revealed.
The exact amounts paid out vary from region to region, and the cash is supposed to be used to buy furniture and other household necessities. There is no such subsidy for Dutch citizens.
According to the paper, the city of Oisterwijk in the south of the Netherlands gives €10,602 for an invader family with two children, while in other cities, such as Bernheze, Schijndel Veghel, and Sint-Michielsgestel, the payment can be anywhere from €2,200 upward.
The Brabants Dagblad revealed that only a few of the cities require the invaders to pay it back and that most—like Oisterwijk—regard the money as a “gift.”
Leader of the populist Party for Freedom (PVV), Geert Wilders said the whole situation is “discrimination” against Dutch residents, and urged Dutch Deputy Prime Minister Lodewijk Asscher and the public prosecutor to address the issue.
“Hey Asscher and Public Prosecutor, why don’t you address this discrimination? For a ‘refugee’ but not for the Dutch?” he tweeted.
The Dutch seem to be in a race with the Swedes to see who can commit racial suicide the quickest. According to an earlier report, the mayor of the town of Weert, Limburg, Jos Heijmans, openly admitted that he had helped fake asylum seekers avoid deportation.
Heijmans told a council meeting that he “acted to prevent the family, consisting of a mother and four children, being broken up.” Only the oldest brother had permission to stay in the country.
After two failed attempts to keep the family in the Netherlands legally—first through the courts and then by writing to junior justice minister Klaas Dijkhoff—Heijmans helped to shelter the mother and her children.
Heijmans, from the centrist-Liberal D66 party, said he had started new legal proceedings to keep the family in the Netherlands.
After more than 50,000 invaders pretending to be asylum seekers entered the Netherlands in 2105 alone, the Dutch government has run out of accommodation and is now housing them in old or unused prisons.