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Just like the farmers’ protests that have been going on for weeks, an extremely explosive vote in the Dutch parliament went almost unnoticed by the world. There, a plan of Mark Rutte’s globalist government was approved, which, among other things, provides for the forced accommodation of refugees in the private homes of citizens.
 

Government can even relocate citizens for the benefit of migrants!

The Dutch parliament now passes a law (“Population Relocation Act”) that allows the government to require people to house refugees. For example, the government can require citizens to provide “refugees” with rooms in their own homes and to feed them.

If necessary, the government can also resettle people – that is, evict them from their own homes – to accommodate refugees. Here is how the various parties in the Dutch parliament voted:

Wartime law reactivated

The Senate (Eerste Kamer) must now give its final blessing to the law. The law itself originally dates from 1952 and was conceived in the context of the war and its aftermath. Perhaps not coincidentally, Dutch Prime Minister Rutte recently said publicly, “The war in Ukraine is also our war”, which was perhaps done with a view to justifying the activation of this law.

Although the government emphasises that there will be no forced housing of refugees or forced resettlement at the moment, and there are no plans to do so. But the law is about giving the government this power.

Housing only for “refugees”?

In the Netherlands, a large part of the housing is subsidised housing. Waiting lists can be over a decade long. One large city, Utrecht, has just announced that for the next six weeks newly available housing will only be given to refugees. It seems that those responsible are deliberately setting out to provoke and divide.

The fact that housing levies are also possible in Germany is proven, among other things, by a case that the online research magazine dokumentationsarchiv.com was able to discover: A mother with three (!) children had her flat terminated because of asylum seekers’ accommodation. Here is the link.



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