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Friday, January 29, 2016

Thought Crimes: Cops raid critics of Muslim immigration policy

The Thought Police are Watching You

  • Big Brother thugs are raiding people's homes and are "scrubbing" Facebook of all thoughts that are against massive Muslim immigration.

(Sputnik News)  -  Police in the Netherlands now prefer not to think twice before visiting homes of those who criticize a government policy on migrants, including via social networks, media reports said.

Critiquing the Dutch government's policy on migrants via social networking websites and elsewhere is now considered a criminal offense in Holland. Dutch police have raided critics' homes, media outlets reported, citing a recent mass protest in the town of Kaatsheuvel and how some citizens of the town of Sliedrecht had been targeted by the authorities for voicing their criticism of mass migration online.

Earlier this month, hundreds of residents of Kaatsheuvel took to the streets to protest the local authorities' plans to house at least 1,200 migrants in their town. 

They carried placards with slogans reading "You do not belong here" and "No to the refugees."

The government retaliated by sending local police to the addresses of those who had participated in the protest and inspecting their social media accounts.

In an interview with RT, one of the protesters said that police had arrived at his door and asked him if he wanted to remove his Facebook post criticizing the authorities' migrant asylum policy.

  • "But my message has already disappeared, and I think it was [removed] earlier by police or Facebook itself. A police officer told me that apart from me, he was due to visit five more protesters. They want us to keep mum and refrain from discussing the topic," he said.

Robin Tilbrook, leader of the English Democrats Party condemned the activity of the Dutch police as illegal.

  • "Trying to shut people's mouths is a totally undemocratic and possibly illegal approach. This is nothing but an attempt to bully people who simply expressed concern about the situation [with migrants]," Tilbrook said.

And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed – if all records told the same tale – then the lie passed into history and became truth. "Who controls the past," ran the Party slogan, "controls the future: who controls the present controls the past."
George Orwell

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