Dutch MP: ‘These are strange times that will unfortunately get worse’
The Dutch government is working on preparations that will give the government more options if they go to war. Lockdowns, controlled entry and crackdowns on demonstrators are exercises for when the time comes, explained Forum for Democracy (FvD) MEP Marcel de Graaff in a video message.
Published: April 6, 2022, 1:44 pm
The Population Movement Act, which is now being debated in Parliament, makes it possible to deport people, confiscate their houses and detain them. But also the artificial scarcity of gas and food is preparing citizens for a war situation. These are strange and exciting times that will unfortunately get worse, warned De Graaff.
He pointed out that China was now economically as big as the United States and that Russia is years ahead of the US in military terms. “Russia, China, Iran, Turkey and India are saying goodbye to the dollar for their mutual trade and that means the dollar will fall sharply in value.”
The MEP expected America to enter into conflict to keep their hegemonic power. “And this means we are balancing on the edge of a third world war. So the messages are getting louder, and the propaganda to get you to go along with their plans. After all, it’s all about absolute world power and that’s not nothing.”
The MEP noted that the EU wanted to fight on the side of the US. “But I don’t want this war and that’s why I call for de-escalation, for moderate reactions, for negotiations. And if more people do this, the greater the chance that our government will listen.”
The Dutch State Secretary for Asylum and Migration, Eric van der Burg, announced the emergency law on Wednesday, which obliges municipalities to take in refugees. Under the Emergency Act, premises can be claimed, but according to Van der Burg this is “not necessary for the time being”.
Remarkably, on March 31, it was announced that the law on population movement would come into force because the influx of displaced persons from Ukraine was too great.
Article 7(1) states: “The Mayor may require either the provision of dwellings, buildings and other accommodation, including inventory if necessary, or accommodation with or without maintenance for the benefit of the persons who have been or will be relocated. The request may take effect as soon as the relevant decision has been published in the manner provided for therein.”
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