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    Today, 12:57 AM
    The money laundering case against Dutch bank ABN Amro has been settled for 480 million euros ($574 million) - a fine of 300 million euros and 180 million euros as disgorgement. The Dutch prosecution service (Openbaar Ministerie) claimed that "its investigation" into the criminal activities of 3 former board members was ongoing (yeah sure!). The ABN Amro promised that by the end 2022 they have made changes to prevent money laundering (no need to check of course). Danske Bank's Dutch CEO Chris Vogelzang, who previously served on ABN Amro's board, also resigned after being investigated in another money laundering probe by the Dutch authorities. Even though the OM had already admitted that the responsible directors of the Dutch ING bank wouldn't be prosecuted after a similar settlement, a Dutch court in December 2020 released a statement stated that a criminal investigation into the role of former CEO Ralph Hamers would be started (yeah right!): https://archive.is/EObEk
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    Today, 12:56 AM
    The money laundering case against Dutch bank ABN Amro has been settled for 480 million euros ($574 million) - a fine of 300 million euros and 180 million euros as disgorgement. The Dutch prosecution service (Openbaar Ministerie) claimed that "its investigation" into the criminal activities of 3 former board members was ongoing (yeah sure!). The ABN Amro promised that by the end 2022 they have made changes to prevent money laundering (no need to check of course). Danske Bank's Dutch CEO Chris Vogelzang, who previously served on ABN Amro's board, also resigned after being investigated in another money laundering probe by the Dutch authorities. Even though the OM had already admitted that the responsible directors of the Dutch ING bank wouldn't be prosecuted after a similar settlement, a Dutch court in December 2020 released a statement stated that a criminal investigation into the role of former CEO Ralph Hamers would be started (yeah right!): https://archive.is/EObEk
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    Yesterday, 02:42 PM
    So now they can't go to Russia. Even though they had not intentions to go there? That's really, really something! How does this compare to most of us not really being able to travel (or even do other "normal" things) because of the plandemic lockdown?!?
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    Yesterday, 02:38 PM
    Does this mean that the American (and other NATO countries) troops that are withdrawn from Afghanistan won't be coming home?!?
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    Yesterday, 02:32 PM
    The stand alone arches that @Prince Arthur mostly posts about, are what in Dutch we call "poort", which I would translate to English not with "arch", but with "gate". We have 3 of these arches (poorten) left that were part of the city defence (really?). I think they indicate a symbolic conquering of the world from/by Amsterdam. I only knew of 2 "poorten" like these left in Amsterdam. The third one is from 1488 AD (or even earlier). We hardly have any buildings from before the 17th century left. It has been transformed unrecognisably, and precedes the foundation of freemasonry, now it's called the Waag, but originally it was the Sint Antoniespoort. The Willemspoort that most people call the Haarlemmerpoort, was opened on 27 November 1840 by King Willem II, one day before his coronation. With the twin pillars under the arch..
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    Yesterday, 01:18 PM
    You're aware that the Most Noble Order of the Garter was founded by Edward III around 1348... Maybe I've missed something, but I don't find the the year 848 (500 years earlier) historically shocking. For the year 848 the most important historic events according to Wikipedia are: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/848 Unlike 500 years after the foundation of the Order of the Garter, the year 1848. .
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    Yesterday, 11:24 AM
    In the following video United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres, calls for a worldwide mass surveillance state. To achieve this goal, all in the name of fighting COVID-19 of course, he needs all the nations in the world to contribute at least 10% of their GDP for a “human-centered, innovative and coordinated stimulus package”. This would total some $8.7 trillion; 2,900 times greater than the UN’s annual budget of $3 billion. Objectives of this wonderful plan include: “attention to continued delivery of sexual reproductive health services, such as access to contraceptives without prescription during the crisis”. Personally I don’t understand what “sexual reproductive health services” have to do with a contagious virus. Even though fighting the AIDS “epidemic” was also associated with contraception (condoms in particular). Guterres demands another $100 billion for the World Health Organization (WHO).
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    Yesterday, 12:36 AM
    In Germany an “official” 93-pages report was drafted by a scientific panel that is negative about the lockdown in Germany under the guise of the coronavirus “pandemic”. This report became quite controversial. Stephen Kohn, the whistleblower who leaked the report, has since been suspended from duty. See some excerpts from the following story on this draft report (the full report is in German). Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, who is in charge of the ministry that drafted the report, had this to say about the report: https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2020/05/29/german-official-leaks-report-denouncing-corona-as-global-false-alarm/ (http://archive.is/gi3m8)
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    04-17-2021, 02:38 PM
    It just gets worse and worse, and the sheeple are still lining up to be eugenocided. The potentially fatal blood-clotting disease appears even 30 times more often in people that were poisoned with the Moderna and Pfizer COVID vaccines than the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine - 44.9 compared to 1.6 cases per million people vaccinated. Of course the AstraZeneca vaccine was developed by Oxford, so this Oxford study should be handled with caution, as it could suffer from a conflict of interest bias: https://www.rt.com/news/521313-pvt-bloodclot-mrna-covid-vaccines/
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    04-17-2021, 12:47 PM
    Please keep this hushed up! It aren't only the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines that cause blood clotting, but also the Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines. This seems to confirm that these vaccines, with blood clotting side effects like the birth control pill, have been designed to sterilise women. VAERS data showed 795 blood clotting related adverse effects between 14 December 2020 and 8 April 2021 from the COVID vaccines: 400 from Pfizer, 337 Moderna and (only?) 56 from Johnson & Johnson. By 8 April, 408 pregnant women had suffered adverse events after being poisoned with COVID vaccines, including 114 reports of miscarriage or premature birth. Already 2,602 deaths attributed to the COVID vaccines have been reported to VAERS, 19% of these deaths involved cardiac disorders. https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/vaers-reports-clotting-disorders-all-three-emergency-use-authorization-vaccines/
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    04-17-2021, 12:45 PM
    In a strange twist, there seems to be a correlation between the legal immunity for medical malpractices of care homes, and the amount of COVID fatalities in states in the US. Legal-immunity-for-care-homes-costs-lives
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    04-17-2021, 10:19 AM
    The following graph seems to confirm that countries without a draconian lockdown are "saving lives"... https://www.ukcolumn.org/article/who-controls-british-government-response-covid19-part-one
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    04-17-2021, 02:03 AM
    With nothing else to do… what else to turn to than drugs, alcohol and TV?!? As part of the corona master plan, drug addiction has spiralled even further out of control. Deaths from narcotics were already at record levels in 2019 with roughly 71,000 deaths. But overdose deaths have jumped by another 28% in Colorado, 30% in Kentucky, and 9% in Washington State in a year. While most of the COVID-19 deaths are elderly people with serious (other) health problems, in the USA young adults aged 25-44 years saw the largest increase in “excess” deaths, a whopping 26.5% jump (so higher than even the elderly). The CDC has reported that 100,947 excess deaths were not linked to COVID-19 at all (most of those “excess deaths” seem to be the result of the corona lockdown that is causing a “pandemic”). Psychiatric problems are also skyrocketing… With calls to the Disaster Distress Helpline 890% higher in April 2020 compared to the year before. In Fresno, California, and Los Alamos, New Mexico, significant increases in death by suicide, going as high as 70% have been reported.
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    04-17-2021, 01:00 AM
    This man, Bob Kent, looks like he's lying. He denies that he extorted Matt's father, Don Gaetz, but admits that he "asked" him for $25 million, because "we" needed it (and don't we all need a couple of million?), and his son Matt is in need of some good publicity. This explanation sound ridiculous. It isn't clear how this $25 million would deliver anything but a (probably fake) video of somebody that could be former FBI agent Robert Levinson, who according to the official (American government) story died while in prison in Iran (if I understand correctly). It also isn't clear (at least not to me) how this would make Matt Gaetz's legal troubles go away. Or why the Gaetz family would have a special interest in Levinson, paying a cool $25 million. Bob Kent also explains that he was in contact with the US authorities (including the FBI), who weren't interested in his (fake?) tale. It could be interesting if Kent would provide evidence that the US authorities aren't interested in rescuing Levinson, but he doesn't... Former Air Force intelligence officer Bob Kent doesn't even explain what's his interest in Levinson, although he doesn't need to explain why he's interested in $25 million.
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    04-17-2021, 12:39 AM
    It is estimated that 16,000 people died in the UK from 23 March to the end of April as a direct result of the coronavirus martial law. With another 26,000 to die in the “next month” (May or August?). It is estimated that from 23 March to the end of April, 25,000 Britons died because of COVID-19 and that 2,500 deaths have been prevented by the lockdown (do the math!): https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8605885/Lockdown-killed-two-people-three-died-coronavirus.html One of the most important new causes of death in this “pandemic”… “not-urgent” medical treatments have been postponed (which means cancelled in the case of death)… This has kept hospitals empty (bailed out with newly printed money) and some of these treatments would have prevented deaths. At least 25,000 more people have died at home during the pandemic in England and Wales because they were refused hospital treatment, a surge of 43.8%.
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    04-16-2021, 03:14 PM
    On 13 May 2020, a “scientific” looking report was published that shows that 2/3 of the excess deaths in England and Wales was NOT caused by COVID-19. This suggests that 20,000 deaths (of the 30,000 excess deaths) were caused by the draconian lockdown measures. https://www.bmj.com/content/369/bmj.m1931 (http://archive.is/nMV8S)
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    04-16-2021, 02:17 PM
    The following article argues that because there were 70,000 excessive deaths in Poland in 2020, while only 20,000 of those were caused by the coronavirus infection, 50,000 people in Poland died NOT from COVID-19, but from the lockdown (most importantly the closing of health care facilities): https://rmx.news/article/commentary/the-human-cost-of-fighting-the-pandemic-in-poland-is-dramatically-high
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    04-16-2021, 01:01 PM
    Some "conspiracy theorists" seem to argue that the brutal lockdown is worse than the COVID "pandemic". It's obvious to even the most gullible of fools that the lockdown has negatively influenced our economy (and even our way of live). The following scientific-looking paper concludes that in 24 European countries, the countries with the harshest lockdowns had the highest death rates. The "hard lockdown" group of countries experienced 372 additional deaths per million, while the other countries (only) experienced excess mortality of 123 deaths. This suggests that lockdowns have caused 200% more deaths than they prevented. The grey lines show weekly mortality in the first half of the year for countries with a "soft" lockdown, while black lines show mortality for the "harsh" lockdown countries. The full lines are the mortality in the first half of 2020, while the dotted lines show average mortality for the first halves of 2017, 2018, and 2019. The data also suggest that lockdowns have led to significantly higher mortality among the population aged between 60 and 79 years (that's younger than the average age of COVID fatalities).
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    04-16-2021, 12:49 PM
    Today I was sitting at Plein '40-'45 in Amsterdam. The market is now closed because of the lockdown (completely or partly). This was in 2013, since than a lot more migrants have been imported, to blow up real estate prices (that continue to rise in the Netherlands all through the "pandemic"). You could say that the people in the "big cities" in the Netherlands have been "replaced" through blown up real estate prices. While most of the migrants can only afford the rents through "rent subsidy". I don't blame (or hate) these migrants though, but at some times I find it "scary" that I'm one of the very few white people around, and even those whities are often coming from Eastern Europe or Britain...
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    04-16-2021, 12:36 PM
    The reason that I don't count sex with 17-year-olds as paedophilia, is that it makes no sense that an underage "victim" of 17 years and 11 months, is any different than 18 years and 1 month. It also depends of course how old the perpetrator is, a 20 year old having sex with somebody younger than 18 can be OK. But NOT when he is 25... I think it becomes disgusting when the 25-year-old Steven Tyler got his 16-year-old groupie chick addicted to dope, so he could control her in every possible way.
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    04-16-2021, 01:05 AM
    In December, Hunter Biden hired the attorney Christopher Clark for his defence. Clark as a partner in Latham & Watkins worked in the white-collar defense and investigations division, with his fellow partner Nicholas McQuaid. McQuaid and Clark worked together on several cases at Latham & Watkins. In January, Hunter's president daddy Joe Biden hired former federal prosecutor Nicholas McQuaid, as principal deputy assistant attorney general in the criminal division of the DoJ. He was also installed as the acting assistant attorney general... It’s not clear to what extent the main branch of the Justice Department is involved in the Hunter Biden investigation. But it seems obvious that McQuaid would have to recuse him from business related to Hunter (or in general cases handled by Latham & Watkins). Lying Donald's son, Eric Trump, seems to think that it's unfair that his "poor" president daddy couldn't appoint his cronies, because of the mean media. I have reasons to believe that Donald DID appoint his cronies to his "drain the swamp" administration (just like sleepy Joe, or just about any other US president in recent history): https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9217707/Eric-Trump-blasts-double-standards-new-DOJ-appointment-ties-Hunter-Bidens-attorney.html
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    04-16-2021, 01:02 AM
    So you're really saying that we should give Donald credit for Biden taking "our troops" home? Is that similar to arguing that Donald couldn't be held accountable for continuing the horrible policies of his corrupt predecessor presidents?!?
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    04-15-2021, 02:23 PM
    It is tempting to post that if even the Trump-supporting CNN reported on Hunter Biden's laptop this "proves" that it must be "fake". In December, CNN reported on Biden's laptop, but not quite like the Daily Mail or New York Post. It for example doesn't include the allegations that Hunter was making porn that he uploaded to an adult website. In short, in 2018 the FBI started an investigation of Hunter Biden over possible tax evasion and money laundering. The FBI and prosecutors in Delaware refused to confirm the investigation. They reportedly halted the investigation in 2020 to not interfere with the presidential election... It must be true that he is under investigation, because more recently Hunter Biden admitted he's being investigated (by the Biden administration, really?). Hunter Biden said he learned about it for the first time in December 2020, and "I'm fully cooperating, and I'm fully confident that at the end of the day it's all gonna be fine." The investigation reportedly focuses on Hunter's dealings in China, where Hunter Biden worked on a deal with CEFC China Energy. In 2017, Hunter Biden received a 2.8-carat diamond from CEFC's founder and former chairman Ye Jianming after a Miami business meeting. This seems suspicious (to say the least).
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    04-15-2021, 02:20 PM
    She was 16, and Tyler became her "guardian" and got her hooked on dope, to make her completely dependent on him. You haven't further explained after my reaction to your post defending Tyler. Paedophilia-in-Hollywood#post7032135
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    04-15-2021, 01:44 PM
    The scary thing is that NOBODY reports on this. For the last month I've regularly seen ambulances going to the Amsta De Poort nursing home, at the Hugo de Grootkade in Amsterdam. I've never noticed something like this before (definitely not in 2020). This is another nursing home specialised in people with dementia. Not very surprising they started vaccinating the elderly victims. On 28 and 29 January, all residents for which permission was obtained were poisoned with the COVID jab, and on 25 and 26 February they got their second shot (if not dead?). So am I seeing "conspiracy theories" that aren't there? It was surprisingly easy to find information on ambulances going to De Poort, I don't know how many are missing. In between brackets are the ride numbers. I couldn't find the capacity of De Poort. Before 28 January, I found only 2 ambulances. January 20 (Rit 5992); January 21 (Rit 6179).
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    04-15-2021, 01:39 PM
    The NATO announced to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan, following Joe Biden's announcement to get them out by 11 September. Including the Dutch army... Should we now praise Biden for doing something "good"?
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    04-15-2021, 01:35 PM
    Elections?!? Is this some sort of sick joke? Was the election rigged?!? I don't speak many people supporting the VVD or D66, the big winners of the poll (election?)... Our vicious dictator Willem-Alexander, of the biggest crime family of our Kingdom, has declared a state of emergency (noodtoestand), with the result that our "democratically" elected representatives (which is only the tweede kamer) have the "choice" to agree with the proposals of this psychopath. Read our constitution, pay special attention to all the dictatorial powers of our king, who as he isn't elected and the Netherlands "is" a democracy, can't be hold accountable for the never-ending crimes against humanity. So the cabinet "resigned" a couple of months before the planned election. Our government is a criminal organisation, things like these happen and have happened systematically for the last 20 years.
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    04-15-2021, 02:23 AM
    In another one of those strange "coincidences", the white girlfriend of George Floyd (who died almost a year ago at the hands of the police), Courteney Ross, was a high school teacher for the newly shot and killed black man Daunte Wright. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9469603/George-Floyds-girlfriend-reveals-Daunte-Wrights-TEACHER.html You may remember that in another "coincidence", George Floyd and the policeman who kneeled on his neck, "worked together evenings as security at a nightclub"...
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1997-2004: ABN AMRO Bank ICT
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I'm having huge problems with state terrorism in the Netherlands. I've been plaintiff in a court case against Rothschild bank ABN AMRO (also connected to the Dutch Royals) for over 10 years now.
After ABN AMRO finally paid me over 200,000 euro Rabobank (also connected to bot Rothschild and the Royal family) simply blocked my bank accounts, because of which I almost starved to death.
The Dutch government together with ABN AMRO has also stolen over 200,000 euro by letting me pay too much tax.
In 2005 I was tortured for a half a year in a psychiatric hospital, together woth other political prisoners. In 2010 the state media published that I had been locked up in a psychiatric hospital, to prevent me from leading a “normal” life.
I have terrible scars ON my legs because the police had their dogs attack me.
So far the 12 attorneys that represented me since 2005, have all pleaded against me (or tried to).

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An excellent book about the experiments of the CIA to hypnotise people, mainly by hallucinatory drugs, including psychiatry is John Marks’ “The Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control” (1979): http://www.wanttoknow.info/mk/search...-candidate.pdf

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