Translated from RTV Noord-Holland in the Netherlands:
Saturday, December 12th, 2015 | 21:09
IJMUIDEN: Two people demonstrated on the Plein 1945
That square is named after the liberation of the Netherlands from the nazi occupatiion in 1945.
Around 19:00 started a small demonstration against the arrival of asylum seekers in the former mission house in Driehuis. Two other people, both of whom wore Socialist Party jackets, held up a banner up reading “Stop racism and hatred”, associating racism and hatred with Adolf Hitler’s SS [with SS rune signs in the letter ‘s’ in ‘racisme’].
The other demonstrators hated that and accosted the anti-racists. Tempers ran high, one of the attackers tried inter alia to grab the [anti racist] banner. Another [refugee hater] endangered our cameraman. At 19.30 peace returned on the square.