Rutte bedankt voor de TOYOTA (foto GeenStijl)
More Scandals on Dutch Government’s Involvement in Supporting Terrorism in Syria
A new chapter in the scandals of the Netherlands’s involvement in supporting terrorist organisations in Syria is unfolding in front of the world public opinion after Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has recently admitted that he personally intervened to obstruct parliamentary investigations into his government’s provision of millions of dollars to terrorists, which shows the blatant hypocrisy in the policies of the Netherlands and the West regarding the allegations of fighting terrorism and protecting human rights.
The new development in the Dutch scandals file came after Rutte had been forced a few days ago to admit that he had obstructed the investigations by a fact finding committee formed at the Dutch Parliament two years ago after Dutch media published files revealing the Dutch government’s involvement in supporting terrorists in Syria over several years and supplying them with technical equipment, especially for communication, military and logistical equipment, and hundreds of trucks and various vehicles.
At the time, the Dutch investigators did not reach any conclusion due to Rutte obstruction of the work of this committee and his deliberate concealment of secrets that prove his direct involvement with terrorists and his flagrant violation of the international and Dutch laws as the organisations that he supports financially and logistically in Syria are classified as terrorist organisations by the Dutch Public Prosecution itself.
The Parliamentary Investigation Committee was formed in the Netherlands after two media outlets revealed in a special documentary in 2017 the Dutch government’s support for about 22 terrorist groups, including the so called “Levantine Front” organisation, which is classified as terrorist even by Dutch institutions.
Rutte’s obstruction of the investigations has been met with great indignation by the Dutch people, as the media there has focused on his government’s involvement in providing millions of dollars, foodstuffs, medicines and telecommunication equipment to terrorists, while Dutch and European parties started to raise this issue at the public opinion platforms, calling for transparency and the truth while wondering about the benefit of democracy if it is not reflected on the ethical dimensions of the international policies.
The Dutch support for armed terrorist groups has continued throughout the years of the war on Syria, despite the pledges of the Amsterdam government to its parliament that only the organisations it described as “moderate” would receive support in harmony with the hypocrisy adopted by the United States of America, which has always claimed that it provides support and training to those whom it describes as “moderate opposition”, but later many reports have refuted these claims and confirmed that “Washington’s moderates” are nothing but terrorists who joined the ranks of terrorist organisations, including Al Qaeda and Daesh “ISIS”.
The Dutch government has claimed that the reason behind its illegal interference to obstruct the investigations into the scandal is that the investigation would lead to the disclosure of secret information, in addition to exposing the alleged international coalition which had been formed under the pretext of fighting Daesh “ISIS” and the crimes committed by the Western states which are members of this coalition against Syrian civilians and the Syrian infrastructure under the pretence of fighting terrorism, while the facts on the ground confirm the involvement of this coalition in protecting Daesh.
The Netherlands, which is on the top of the European countries that export terrorists to Syria and Iraq, and the Dutch government’s support for terrorist organisations in the context of its submission to the American decision, makes it the last to have the right to talk about democracy and human rights in Syria or elsewhere and its government should be held accountable at the International Court of Justice.
Global Research, December 07, 2020
Gerard de Boer ⚓ 🚢 🇳🇱 🎼 @Gerard1945X
De Nederlandse regering heeft van mei 2015 tot begin 2018 met ruim 25 miljoen euro belastinggeld 22 extreem islamitische strijdgroepen in Syrië gesteund. Zie aan het einde van de video de Kamerbrief waar de miljoenen belastinggeld aan besteed zijn.
De Nederlandse regering heeft van mei 2015 tot begin 2018 met ruim 25 miljoen euro belastinggeld 22 extreem islamitische strijdgroepen in Syrië gesteund. Zie aan het einde van de video de Kamerbrief waar de miljoenen belastinggeld aan besteed zijn. pic.twitter.com/l7a3dQEtVZ
— Gerard de Boer ⚓🚢 🇳🇱 🎼 (@Gerard1945X) December 31, 2020
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