Wednesday, April 11, 2007

My history - how I got here

I must admit I'm new to blogging, and not sure how to go about this. Let me preface this by giving you an insight as to where I'm coming from and what the basis is for for my perspective and how I got here. I was born (1959) and raised in Holland in the post war era. My family suffered at the hands of the Nazi's and almost starved to death. Growing up in the post war era I still remember seeing areas that had been bombed out and not yet rebuilt. I constantly heard about how tough things were and how lucky we were to be "here". About them finding "another bomb" at a construction site as my hometown was being rebuilt.

Through the 60's Early 70's there was a significant shift in Holland as we started getting large influxes of Moluccas (from the former Dutch Colony of Indonesia), Surinamese (from the newly independent Suriname) and Turks and Moroccans. My neighbourhood started to change radically, where once everyone knew everyone, to having to lock your door during the day and crime going through the roof as a large number of these "new immigrants" moved in.Now by this time Holland had implemented a very liberal social system for it's citizens who had suffered tremendously during and after the war.

These "new immigrants" demanded the same or better treatment than the indigenous dutch population, which they amply received because they had suffered at the hands of the Dutch(LOL)as a Colony. The odd thing was that Surinamese, who so ardently wanted independence from Holland started coming over in record, unexpected numbers.Because most of these "Folks" used to live in the jungle few had any employable skills, barely spoke Dutch and were used to living in a hut rather than a "house" with indoor plumbing and windows. So, en-Mass they were rolled into the very generous social system.

The Indonesians, who also wanted their independence emigrated en-mass to Holland. Among them a group within Indonesian society called Moluccas, who oddly enough wanted an independent homeland back in Indonesia. As with Surinamese they also had little to no skills and they were muslim to boot and really didn't want to integrate, just collect from the generous social systems. So what did they do, they conducted terrorist attacks in Holland killing kindergarten kids in Holland.After the Oil crisis of the early 70's, there was sudden and large influx of Turks and Moroccans, who just like the Surinamese and Indonesians had virtually no skills, language or otherwise and, also received from the generous social systems.

They also didn't want to integrate into Dutch society, because they were Muslims. Whole streets were quickly filled with the new "Refugees". I remember some little Turkish kid saying to me, after I caught him trying to steal a bike, F$%k you man, in 30 years we're gonna own this country.

That may have been more true than I could have ever imagined when I look at what's going on now.Having been educated in Holland I had a fairly liberal view of things, and had the typical view that everything was our fault, if only they hadn't "suffered" having been a Colony and all. I thought all the Ill's in the world were our fault somehow.Having missed out on the "Draft" in Holland, I came to Canada in 1978 and as soon as I became a citizen in 1983 (had to wait 5yrs), I joined the Canadian Armed Forces (Army) as soon as I could. Started in the Infantry and remustered to Military Police after 4 Years. I've been posted all over Canada and in Germany. I was involved in most of the "Native" uprisings during the 90's (Oka, Ipperwash).Having been trained in anti-terrorism and having dealt with these domestics terrorists, I've had, over the years seen the light so to speak.

I realized that "Natives" in Canada employ the same tactics as Hezbollah and Hamas in confrontations with Law Enforcement and Government Agencies in that they threaten and use violence to achieve the capitulation of the lawful Government.Almost forty years of predominantly Liberal governments in Canada, they ahve managed to decimate our Military, change our countries rights sytems by implementing the "Charter of Rights and Freedoms"(which was the worst piece of legislation ever put into effect).

The "Charter" as it's know, changed forever how we Canadians are treated under our own laws. We have been reduced to 2nd class citizens in our own country, for the charter sets out that ethnic minorities must be protected from general society and are under no obligation to become a part of Canadian Society, abide by Canadian Laws. In other words what aplies to the ordinary Canadian, does not apply to minority immigrants. Dual laws setup to "protect" people who are here only to enjoy the benefits of this country while not being required to be a part of it, no obligations of citizenship, no requirement to meet our civil standards of society, they can do and say whatever they want and are protected by laws that don't apply to the Canadian population at large.

After serving this country for more than 20yrs, I've come to the conculsion that Left-wing Liberal Ideologs have sold out the Canadian public and our way of life in order to elevate their Elitist clout by attampting to ensure they will remain in political power by way of getting the Minority(Ethnic) vote by offering a platitude of special priviliges and rights to same said. Under cutting the rights of the Canadian population at large and weakening our democracy by ensuring that majority rule no longer applies.

God help us all!!

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