Homo-Hate in Non-Homogeneous Rotterdam

The article below is an appropriate follow-up to yesterday’s report on homo-hate in Amsterdam. A report from Rotterdam has reached similar conclusions about the culture-enriching aspect of homo-hate in that city, and also identified Moroccans as the group which expresses most of the Jew-hatred in Rotterdam.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from Barendrechts Dagblad. Note: Leefbaar Nederland (Livable Netherlands) in Rotterdam was the party that the late Pym Fortuyn belonged to:

“Homo- and Jew-hatred often come from non-Western quarters”

July 23, 2021

Rotterdam and region, IJsselmonde News

Concerning anti-Semitism and discrimination against the LHBTIQ+ community, attackers often have a non-Western background. That is what the victims say in several investigations, writes the Leefbaar Party counselor Tanya Hoogwerf, who takes these reports seriously and still wants an accelerated investigation supported by Rotterdam.

Her first attempt was voted down on July 8 of this month. “The community council thus continues to look away from reality. To stop anti-Semitism and homophobia, a harder approach is required, and there must be a serious investigation into the opinions and backgrounds of the perpetrators of anti-Semitism and homo-discrimination,” Hoogwerf emphasizes.

“The research shows that many Jewish residents of Rotterdam don’t dare to wear a kippah and that they have little trust in the community approach to anti-Semitism.

“The investigations with conclusions about the perpetrators of homo-hate and Jew-hate are piling up,” reports Hoogwerf in the name of the Leefbaar faction of Rotterdam. “Recently the report ‘Action Investigation Anti-Discrimination LHBTIQ+’ appeared in Amsterdam, in which the investigators reported that they encountered similar characteristics in regards to the perpetrators. The report states,

‘Through the respondents of the investigation, the perpetrators often were described as Amsterdammers with a non-Dutch background.’”

Will you stop looking away?

In addition, this year the report “Openly Jewish, but not always” appeared in Rotterdam. This investigation among Jewish Rotterdammers shows that the majority have the idea that the anti-Semitism that they and others experience comes mainly from Muslims. “Some respondents specifically name young Moroccan men as the group that most often expresses anti-Semitism in public.”

“The European Union has also conducted investigations into the backgrounds of the perpetrators of anti-Semitism. In 2018, a large European investigation into anti-Semitism reported: Almost one-third (30%) reported that the perpetrator was someone with an (apparent) Islamist-extremist belief. In 20% of the incidents, the perpetrator, according to the victim, was someone with a leftist political view. In 13% of the incidents, someone with a rightist political view, and in 5% of the incidents, someone with an extremist Christian view.”

The letter to the Rotterdam city leadership ends with the question from Counselor Hoogwerf: “Do you have a plan to stop looking away and engaging in the politics of symbolism, and will you finally get to work with a hard approach to homo-discrimination and anti-Semitism? And specifically concentrate on those who cause this terror?”

13 thoughts on “Homo-Hate in Non-Homogeneous Rotterdam

  1. I don’t know enough about how jews in Europe view the flooding of their countries with malevolent anti-Semitic orcs to know what to make of this. The wealthy American ones seem to be ok with it but I don’t think they are ideal representatives for the average devout jew. It almost sounds like some Moroccan criminals neglected to pay off the right politicians to keep this from being exposed. Of course, one will know when the truth about orcs has gone mainstream when the feminists and rapefugee advocates start complaining about being excessively raped by the same orcs they so stridently advocated for.

    • The Jews in Europe are like deer in the headlights not quite believing that another pogram can happen to them in this modern age. Meanwhile, reality hasn’t quite hit them between the eyes yet.

      • and Mr. Schuster, chairman of the Jewish Council of Germany ! He has nothing better to do than denounce the only party that actively fights muslim takeover, as if the AfD were to reinstall camps. How stupid is that? Is there a jewish equivalent to Uncle Tom? I suggest ” Uncle Mendel”.

    • First off, not everyone wants to exchange a corrupt federal government for a theocratical dictatorship.

      Second, while I am not a jew or particularly religious, I recognize the value of religious belief in society, and defend the right of all peaceful religions to practice their beliefs without being assaulted.

      And lastly, the enemy of my enemy is my friend. It matters not that I am not a jew; when they cannot wear the symbols of their religion in public without being assaulted by maghrebian orcs then they should be seen as allies at least on that issue.

      Seems to be a real serious problem within the counter-jihad movement that so many factions, especially erstwhile Christian ones are unable to tolerate others who are also targets of the islamists but lack the moral purity because they are jews, or gay/lesbian, or Hindu, or just aren’t conservative enough. No less than Benjamin Franklin once said “We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately.” Time for the counter-jihad to put those words into practice.

  2. Sounds to me like the political establishment in Holland is so corrupt that it has sacrificed the safety of its citizens for petro-dollars.

  3. “…will you finally get to work with a hard approach to homo-discrimination…”, with the exception of the saracens, who are present in Holland but are part of a subculture, where are the examples of homo-discrimination in Holland?

  4. The homo’s, lesbo’s and weirdo’s who hitched their wagons with the 3rd world savages are finding that the orcs don’t like them and they are finding deaf ears from the rest of us for the beds they made. They danced with the devil, now they have to pay for the tune, for the one way or another, the fiddler always collects.

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