Rotterdam to hugo and mark
Rotterdam has an important message for the government. And we know that it is not words but deeds.
“We live in the here and now. And in the Netherlands things are going completely wrong.”
How are you going to put us in lockdown? You don't have enough agents for that, dear hugo and mark. Let alone that those you still have are motivated at all to implement this insane policy.”
“You will also want to tighten the rules to make it so-called impossible for us to gather or speak out. But there are no longer any rules that are taken seriously by the people, my dear politicians:”
“You are no longer the ones calling the shots here.”
“Anything you say at all is considered a hostile act.”
The population underestimates.
Are you paying close attention, hugo and rutte?
These representatives from Rotterdam have even more to tell you:
The turn of the politicians, and thus the media, will likely be that “the people” must now see the need to see how dangerous those “unvaccinated” or whatever are. But I think that enough is being poked through now and that the reality is that a huge group of united people has arisen who simply can't take it anymore.
OH, Police Netherlands. Now be wise and join the people while you still can. It is your duty to protect the civilians and maintain order and we get along very well with professional, strict but fair police officers.
What could be better than being respected as a police officer? Now you are seen as the enemy with your romeos and display of power. Is that just as nice?
Now do what you were hired to do and join us. You yourself are just as much screwed by this government.
*For those who wonder why certain names are not capitalized by certain authors. This is how it came about and is a kind of symbol that the person in question is so bad that he or she does not deserve a capital letter yet.
Chris Collard already wrote an excellent column about Rotterdam this morning: