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A country located mainly in Northwestern Europe that has been a constitutional monarchy since 1815 and a parliamentary democracy since 1848. Its policies indicate that the Dutch Deep State, firmly undergirded by Operation Gladio like most Western Europe nation states, has remained fairly solidly aligned with the Supranational Deep State. The Dutch deep state is relatively well documented here. The Dutch were the leading drug traffickers in the EU from the 1980s and were named during the 2010s as one of the “world leaders” of hosting child pornography by global prevention hotline. It is a hotbed for elite pedophilic crimes and child sexual abuse.
The term “Netherlands” means “low country”: about a quarter of the land area, containing more than half of the population, is actually below sea level, and would flood if the sea were not held back by a system of dikes. The Dutch have a saying that “God created the earth, but the Dutch made Holland”.
A major breach of the dikes occurred in 1953, killing 1800 people. To avoid a repeat of the disaster the Dutch began construction of the “Delta Project” to protect the country from future inundations. Begun in 1953 and completed in 2002 the Delta Project is considered a modern wonder of civil engineering. After Hurricane Katrina, a delegation of American engineers was invited by the Dutch government to see how the project works and how its technology can be applied in the United States for low-lying cities like New Orleans. Intentional flooding of the countryside has also been used to halt invading armies, dating back to the 80 years war.
The Netherlands was the first Country to pass same-sex marriage laws thanks to Jan Wolter Wabeke, the chief public prosecutor in Breda in 1998, a gay lawyer and judge who proudly calls himself the architect of same-sex marriage in the Netherlands.
Amsterdam, named for the Amstel river, is the largest city, and the capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is ringed by an extensive system of concentric canals. The seat of government, however, is located for historical reasons in The Hague (Den Haag).
Eindhoven, a city of the southern province of Brabant, is the location of the giant electronics corporation, Philips (full name: Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.), with annual revenue equivalent to about $40 billion. (The U.S. corporation General Electric has revenues of about $150 billion, but much of it is from non-electronics businesses). The Eindhoven area is known for its high concentration of high-tech industires, which include ASML, the world primary producer of lithography system for the production of semiconductors, and Océ, a leading producer of printers and copiers.
Groningen is home to many branches of KPN, the former state company of Post, Telegraphy and Telephony. It had its headquarters in Groningen when it was still state run, and move to The Hague since. KPN stands for Koninklijke PTT Nederland, or Royal PTT Netherlands. Groningen is also home to Gasunie (Gasunion), a public-private partnership that exploits the natural gas reseves in the province of Groningen and the adjoint North Sea.
Chronological History of Events Related to the Netherlands
A Dutch television show similarly introduced young children to naked transgender
people in a recent episode as covered by Infowars
last week. “Being naked is not a bad thing at all,” Channel 4 wrote in a Twitter
post advertising the UK
program. 'Being naked is not a bad thing at all.' Normalising all bodies, a groundbreaking new series, Naked Education
starts Tuesday at 8pm. Stream free on ...Read More
During a COVID-19
EU hearing, Pfizer’s president of international developed markets, Janine Small, admitted that the vaccine
had never been tested on its ability to prevent transmission, contrary to what was previously advertised. Robert “Rob” Roos, a politician
from the Netherlands who is also a member of the European Parliament, exposed the lie that people from all over the world had been led to believe. “If ...Read More
continued in The Netherlands on Thursday. And now the movement is spreading. Farmer protests
were launched in Italy
and Poland on Thursday. Farmers in The Netherlands blocked supermarket distribution hubs on Monday, July 4th. The farmers are outraged over new government regulations that force them to reduce their nitrogen fertilizer compounds and limit their number of livestock. The farmers argue that these policies will ...Read More
Hundreds of suspects have been arrested and tons of drugs seized in one of the largest and most sophisticated global law enforcement operations ever, which relied on an FBI
-developed encrypted messaging app that became popular with members of criminal networks and used to ensnare them. The operation, called Greenlight/Trojan Shield, is further expected to lead to “countless spin-off operations” in the weeks to come, Europol said, potentially leading to more ...Read More
Tens-of-thousands of protesters across Europe marched on Saturday against continued government lockdowns
and other pandemic
restrictions based on questionable science
– which have resulted in mass unemployment, destroyed small businesses, stoked widespread depression and mental illness, and cost taxpayers trillions to keep the whole ship from sinking. Protesters in London, Germany
, France, Sweden, The Netherlands, Australia
, Japan, Vienna and elsewhere came out for the Worldwide Rally for Freedom
The Netherlands has decided not to mandate the wearing of face masks
in public, citing the fact that there is no scientific evidence to suggest they are effective against the spread of the coronavirus. “From a medical perspective there is no proven effectiveness of masks, the Cabinet has decided that there will be no national obligation for wearing non-medical masks” announced Netherlands Minister for Medical Care Tamara van ...Read More
A former British army officer and military contractor who founded the shadowy 'White Helmets
' has been found dead near his home in Istanbul, days after he was accused by Russia
of being a spy with "connections to terrorist groups." The body of 43-year-old James Le Mesurier was found Monday in the Beyoglu district of the city, with state-run Anadolu news agency reporting that he may have fallen to ...Read More
The Eurovision Song Contest 2019 was the 64th edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest. It took place in Tel Aviv, Israel
, following Netta's win at the 2018 contest in Lisbon, Portugal, with the song "Toy". It was the third time Israel
had hosted the contest, having previously done so in 1979 and 1999. However, this was the first time Israel
hosted the contest outside of Jerusalem. Organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and host broadcaster Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation (IPBC), the contest ...Read More
The Alternative Media
have long asserted that an international cabal
of satanists controls our world. Now, a credible whistleblower
has come forth, testifying to the cabal
’s existence. He is a former elite
Dutch banker named Ronald Bernard. Below is an interview of Bernard in Dutch, with English subtitles, followed by a transcript. The interview was conducted in cooperation with De Vrije Media by Irma Schiffers, a ...Read More
Is it possible that mainstream medicine got cholesterol
all wrong? That not only does cholesterol
have no connection to heart disease, but that high cholesterol
is actually a good thing? Yes, it’s more than possible — here I’ll show some evidence that higher cholesterol
is associated with longer life. All-cause mortality vs heart disease Obviously, people die from many causes, whether natural, such as heart disease, ...Read More