The Muslim Brotherhood in the Netherlands, Part Five

Below is the latest of a series of articles about the Muslim Brotherhood in the Netherlands. Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from De Dagelijkse Standaard:

Ka-Ching! In January, Islamofascist club Muslim Brotherhood will receive its first million-euro subsidy from Kaag and the cabinet

by Tim Engelbart
December 14, 2020

The Muslim Brotherhood, which wants to replace the secular state with a strict Islamist sharia state in the Netherlands, is, crazily enough, not on the list of banned organizations. Even more: Beginning on January 1, a branch of these extreme-right hate-bosses will receive an official subsidy from the Dutch government, so Minister Kaag has decided in her infinite wisdom.

After the Green-Left*, the D66 and the Cabinet also seem to be having a real riot with the Muslim Brotherhood. Because where the party of Jesse Klaver wants to guide a known youth administrator of the dingy movement into the Parliament, Minister [Sigrid] Kaag (D66) is financing the front Islamic Relief in the name of the national government. IR is just a cover organization for the Muslim Brotherhood. And, as is commonly known, these folks want to abolish secular forms of government in favor of theocratic sharia governments. But Kaag is giving them money in the name of the Cabinet because they are going to lend a hand to “freedom of belief”. Cheers! We read from Syp Wynia:

“Beginning January 1, 2021, Minister Sigrid Kaag (D66) of Development, Cooperation and Trade, will initiate a new round of large distributions. The fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood can also profit this time, now that Islamic Relief Worldwide, connected to the fundamentalists in many ways, is getting a contribution from the Dutch subsidy pot.”

As usual, enemies of the Dutch rule of law subsidized with money from the taxpayer. Really. How stupid can you be? Less stupid than a party leader like Sigrid Kaag, who apparently knows very well how expensive a packet of milk is but doesn’t know what to do when it comes to protection of freedom in the Netherlands. So give me a manager who hasn’t the faintest idea how much you pay for the contents of a shopping cart, but keeps scary Islamist fascists outside the door.

* Key to Dutch parties:

FvD   Forum for Democracy
    Forum voor Democratie
    Conservative, populist, Euroskeptic
VVD   People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy
    Volkspartij voor Vrijheid en Democratie
PvdA   Labour Party
    Partij van de Arbeid
    Social democrats
PVV   Party for Freedom
    Partij voor de Vrijheid
    Classical liberal, Islam-critical
SP   Socialist Party
    Socialistische Partij
    Left-wing populists, former Maoists, to the left of communists
CDA   Christian Democratic Appeal
    Christen-Democratisch Appèl
    Christian democrats, center-right
D66   Democrats 66
    Politieke Partij Democraten 66
    Centrist social liberals
CU   ChristianUnion
    Christian Democrats, left-wing, only “conservative” in being ostensibly religious
GL   GreenLeft
    Environmentalism plus hard left
SGP   Reformed Political Party
    Staatkundig Gereformeerde Partij
    Christian right, advocates a Christian theocracy
PvdD   Party for Animals
    Partij voor de Dieren
    Animal rights
Denk   Denk
50+   50PLUS
    Pensioners’ party
VNL   VoorNederland
    For The Netherlands
    Classical liberal party
PPNL   Pirate Party of the Netherlands
    Piratenpartij Nederland
    Anti-copyright, transparent governance

5 thoughts on “The Muslim Brotherhood in the Netherlands, Part Five

  1. Has Minister Sigrid Kaag not seen the “Explanatory Memorandum” of the Muslim Brotherhood? How it is dedicated to “destroying Western civilisation from within”?
    If not she is being criminally negligent.

    • For a country that was occupied and crucified by the Nazis it is really sick how they seem unable or unwilling to read what is going on right in front of their little half closed eyes. Same goes for the rest of western Europe’s now endangered in-darkened masses. For Muslims it’s a party that will never end.

  2. A government shouldn’t be subsidizing private organizations at all. As long as governments spend other people’s money, the pressure to distribute monies will be greater than the pressure not to. If Islamic Relief applies for Dutch government money, it will take a positive effort for a government minister to deny the request. Government bureaucrats being who they are, they will, like my relative, take almost any path to avoiding unnecessary (to them) work. Hence, almost any organization with a modicum of political identity will get funds.

    This sort of thing is a slippery slope. The technical term is unstable equilibrium. As soon as things start tipping, the momentum is towards more tipping, rather than to right itself. The time to avoid Muslim influence (or any type of third-world influence) is when the immigration applications begin.

    The more unstable the situation becomes, the more dislocation and change will be involved in achieving a satisfactory stability once more. I personally believe the most positive benefits will come from removing the political rights, but not the personal rights, of alien groups. In other words, certain peoples will not be able to vote or hold office, but will be protected in their person and property.

    • Seems like you’ve taken a page out of their book and want to make them dhimmis 😀

      And to think they’re already complaining about being 2nd class citizens.

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