Sunday, February 19, 2006

The Vote

The campaign for the communal elections in 2006 is getting underway. The political parties have started bombarding the public with proposals to woo voters. Early last week we already saw a proposal from Fortuynist Liveable Rotterdam to prevent unproductive populations to be born, by compulsory abortion and contraception.

Later last week the Green GroenLinks party launched a proposal (Dutch) to include those foreigners in the National Franchise who are:

born in The Netherlands and over 18 years of age
and
living in The Netherlands for a minimum of 5 years and over 18 years of age.

The people under this definition have the right to become Dutch citizens. They just fail to apply for it. Femke Halsema who presented the proposal said that the law is meant for people who forget to file for citizenship and those who do not file for citizenship because of a conflict of loyalty.

Basically Ms. Halsema is looking to give those people the vote that specifically have NO LOYALTY to the rest of the nation.

4 comments:

Charles Martel said...

Have a read of this Snouck. It could equally apply to the Netherlands.

The day is coming when British muslims form a state within a state

its an interview with a chap who did a Phd in Islamic studies, and is currently an advisor to the British army - so he knows what he's talking about.

Snouck said...

Impressive Article, Charles Martel.

Food for thought.

I doubt that Sharia will get legal status in The Netherlands. Too many people are awake now.

Snouck

John Sobieski said...

The Greens will not be happy until we are all poor ignorant potato and bean farmers using corncobs to wipe our collective asses.

As an American, I could never understand how the Greens have been so successful in Europe. But lately, as I have watched the pusilanimous dhimmis of our MSM, the Dhimmicrats and the left open border cheerleaders grovel at the feet of Islam, I understand. We just never called them Greens.

Snouck said...

John Sobiesky:
As an American, I could never understand how the Greens have been so successful in Europe. But lately, as I have watched the pusilanimous dhimmis of our MSM, the Dhimmicrats and the left open border cheerleaders grovel at the feet of Islam, I understand.

Snouck:
Originally the Greens were concerned with environmental issues, but they were already in the '80 ies big supporters of third world immigration. They never changed their stance even though it was often pointed out that mass immigration and environmental protection were not compatible. The Greens are interested in a program that is morally superior to other political programs. Practicality is of no concern to them.