A politican to be emulated in this country

The Moroccan-born mayor of Rotterdam has said Muslim immigrants who do not appreciate the way of life in Western civilisations can ‘f*** off’.


Ahmed Aboutaleb, who arrived in the Netherlands aged 15, spoke out in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris last week.


‘It is incomprehensible that you can turn against freedom,’ Mayor Aboutaleb told Dutch current affairs program Nieuwsuur (Newshour).


‘But if you don’t like freedom, for heaven’s sake pack your bags and leave.


‘If you do not like it here because some humorists you don’t like are making a newspaper, may I then say you can f*** off.


Daily Mail

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5 thoughts on “A politican to be emulated in this country

  1. I saw that too. This is what needs to happen, and the muslim citizens need to get behind him.

    This reinforces my belief that most Muslims are happy to be here and not back in the dysfunctional snakepits and fetid sewers they came from.

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  2. Holland is an example to be avoided, most of the time.

    Their health care of course is controlled by the elites instead of the people. This has led to “death panels” in the Netherlands, where the government funds the sadistic machinations of those in hospitals who want to butcher the weak and sick for fun and cost-savings.

    Will: Would you want him as governor of CT if he brought Holland's killer health plan with him?

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  3. Their health care of course is controlled by The People and NOT the elites. According to The Economist, The Netherland is the 10th most democratic country in the world. Wikipedia (also) notes that “The Netherlands was ranked first in a study comparing the health care systems of the United States, Australia, Canada, Germany and New Zealand”. The “death panels” charge is bogus.

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