Police Fire Warning Shots At Citizens to Quell "Riot" in Dutch Town Over Plan for "Refugee" Center
(Reuters) – Dutch police on Wednesday fired warning shots in an effort to disperse a crowd, as a protest against plans to house asylum-seekers in a small town turned into a riot.
Police in Geldermalsen, near Utrecht, said via their official Twitter account they had “so far made numerous arrests, it’s is not clear yet how many”.
No serious injuries were reported.Images and videos of the incident showed dozens of youths tearing down fences, throwing beer bottles and fireworks at police, and chanting slogans against the proposed center for asylum-seekers.
According to national broadcaster NOS, around 2,000 people joined the protest in a town of 27,000.
A meeting of the town’s council to decide on whether to build the center to house 1,500 asylum-seekers had to be halted. A regional broadcaster showed footage of the meeting being evacuated by shouting policemen as rioters sought to force their way into the building.The police are perfectly willing to use force to make sure we get MORE MUSLIMS.
HERE'S WHAT YOU DO TO THE POLICE IF THEY DECIDE THEY ARE INSTRUMENTS OF THE STATE AGAINST THE CITIZENS:
BRICKS, METAL RODS, AND A SHOW OF CROWD FORCE.
THE POLICE AND THE "AUTHORITIES" ARE NOT THE GOVERNMENT.
THE PEOPLE ARE THE GOVERNMENT.
Why Did Paris and San Bernardino Affect People So Deeply?
There are other reasons those later attacks struck more deeply at the heart and soul of Europe and America and the West.
Prior to 9/11, if you were to quiz 100 people on the street, perhaps only one or two would have heard of Al Qaeda or would know anything about it. But by the time of the Friday the 13th attacks and of San Bernardino, the vast majority of people in the West had come to know much more about ISIS and exactly how bloodthirsty and savage its members could be.
ISIS coming to Europe and America was something greatly feared because of this knowledge. In addition, not long before these attacks occurred, the West had been rocked by a massive influx of so-called "refugees" from Syria-home of ISIS-and the concomitant fears about who they were and why they were on the move from the relative safety of their refugee camps in Turkey and other Muslim countries.
Europeans and Americans feel helpless in the face of their leaders' failure to protect them, or to even acknowledge there might be something wrong with accepting all these refugees at this point.
In short, they-and we-feel vulnerable, unacknowledged, not listened to, betrayed, and literally disarmed in the face of a hidden enemy that has been revealed to have been as ruthless and bloodthirsty as the villains in a terrible nightmare. Only this nightmare is real.I don't know about you, but I don't feel helpless.
I feel ANGRY.
And I THINK it has come time to effect REGIME CHANGE in the Western world.
The obligation of subjects to the sovereign is understood to last as long, and no longer, than the power lasteth by which he is able to protect them.
-- Thomas Hobbes