Dutch neonazis want to ban foreign languages, Nelson Mandela


This video about the second world war is called Nazi Collaborators – Season 1 Episode 10 ”The Dutch Collaborators”.

In 1971 the extreme right Nederlandse Volks-Unie party was founded with as its main aim rehabilitation of Dutch nazi criminals who had collaborated with Hitler.

Dutch daily De Gelderlander of 28 December 2017 reports on the local elections which will be on 21 March 2018.

In Arnhem city, one of the participant parties will be the neonazi Nederlandse Volks-Unie (NVU). Earlier this year, they demonstrated jointly with their fellow xenophobe Geert Wilders of the PVV party against the new, Moroccan Dutch, mayor of Arnhem.

The NVU election platform says they want to make it illegal to speak foreign languages. There will be an exception for tourists, they say. And usually, xenophobes of this type also don’t mind if bosses of multinational corporations from the USA, Japan or Germany don’t speak Dutch after years in the Netherlands. This linguistic bigotry is against working class people.

Another NVU election platform plank is changing the name of the Nelson Mandela bridge to Willem Alexander bridge, after the king of the Netherlands. The NVU considers the first South African president after the end of apartheid ‘a communist terrorist’. Already in the 1970s, when they were founded, they supported white supremacy in South Africa.

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