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  • In a more and more globilizing world, of today, it is more and more becoming a world in "making" of a 'global village', with and by the use of modern mass media ...........
  • The Netherlands, as a small country, strategicly situated in Europe on the shores of the European North Sea and at the delta of the most important European rivers like the Meuse and Rhine - the Dutch were always playing an existential role in inner European trade relations ...... with big European countries like France and Germany.
    Typical Dutch riverships 'rijnaken' are for a long time dominating the European rivers .......
    So the Dutch were from early times of 'European trade' familiar with lots of foreign traders, from their Dutch colonies in Latin-America like Suriname, till the former Dutch East-Indies (Now INDOnesia), in Asia; by trading with their colonies and far away countries all over the world, the Netherlands are becoming a more and more 'open society' - suitable for foreign trade be it: import/export or transito ....... especially in the Western part of the Netherlands.
  • Therefore it is strange, at least, that in nowadays world politicians of the Dutch 'New-Right' like Geert Wilders, Rita Verdonk of the Dutch political party: VVD (Dutch conservative liberals) are making a 'big issue' out of the existance of 'foreigners'and 'strange cultures' in Dutch society, by 'criminalizing' them publicly for their own political interests and political aspirations.
  • In the globalising world of today, I think it should be 'existential' for the Dutch and for Europe to avoid harming foreign relations especially for such a small country dependent on trade.
  • For instance: INDOnesian Islamist female students, in the Dutch city of Wageningen, studying agriculture science at the Dutch agriculture university, were being cursed and shouted publicly by ordinary Dutch men (women ???); this should not be tolerated and it is very likely that these people were inspired by the same Dutch politicians, already mentioned, of the Dutch 'New-Right'.
  • It is advisible to give more information to foreign students, studying in the Netherlands about 'Dutch public life/culture' and 'developments in Dutch society'.
    Other foreign students inform me also that they are noticing 'a negative change' in behaviour of Dutch people towards them, these students are of Latin-American origin.


  • 'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

    Jeroen
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    Moved the topic to a more approproate subforum.



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    It's a natural reaction from ordinary people. for a very long time, the left wings try to brainwash people with multiculturalism.
    Yet, today, with a lot of terrorism, exclusivism in the foreigners, the dutchlander don't feel safe anymore.
    And you know for sure why.
    Please don't blame the Dutchlanders for feeling that way. Ask yourself, have you contribute enough to make them feel safe when hosting you. I say this especially to the moslems.
    The typical of your way of thinking is: you always want other people to change the way you want, to make you comfort, but you forget that relationship is a two way street.
    That's what I can say for now. It's the time for you to see the truth and put yourself in the shoes of other people.


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    Mr Searcher , again shouting about terorism, moslems , and now about the left wing who brainwashed the ordinary people in holland.

    Yes , you have right again. Emoticon: Smile

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    On 15-11-2006 11:21 searching wrote:
    Its a natural reaction from ordinary people. for a very long time, the left wings try to brainwash people with multiculturalism.

    Searching you make an important mistake ...... multiculturism is not a philosophy ..... it is a fact ..... we are able to witness everyday .....

    Yet, today, with a lot of terrorism, exclusivism in the foreigners, the dutchlander dont feel safe anymore.

    Yes .... it is true ..... but we should not be so stupid to 'generalize a whole' group that is manipulated by a small radical extremist minority ........ shouldn't we ???
    And you know for sure why.

    Please dont blame the Dutchlanders for feeling that way. Ask yourself, have you contribute enough to make them feel safe when hosting you. I say this especially to the moslems.

    ....... I am a christian ....... but we must use our own intelligency to diver right from wrong !!!
    Otherwise we are trapped in the game this extremished Islamistic minority wants us to play !!!


    The typical of your way of thinking is: you always want other people to change the way you want, to make you comfort, but you forget that relationship is a two way street.

    Thats what I can say for now. Its the time for you to see the truth and put yourself in the shoes of other people.



    'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

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    'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'


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