After terrorists posing as migrants slaughtered over a hundred people in Paris, Dutch police responded by taking a firm stance….against people who post anti-migrant comments on Facebook. reports that a popular Facebook page which featured “hefty discussions about refugee issues and the arrival of asylum seekers” was seized by police and the judiciary after its owner refused to delete it.

Owner Ralf Stultiëns was contacted by authorities who demanded that he remove the page because of its anti-migrant stance. When Stultiëns refused, complaining that he would have to remove each of the page’s 3,000 members one by one, control of the page was relinquished. Stultiëns said that he had been diligent in removing any comments that contained threats of violence.

Discussion on the page centered around a sports hall in Nuenen at which ‘refugees’ began to arrive on Tuesday. This led to much “commotion,” according to the report, with the Facebook page serving as an outlet through which locals vented their opposition.

Given the fact that over 130 Parisians were just massacred by Islamic extremists – some of whom entered Europe posing as refugees – one wonders why Dutch cops are spending their time seizing Facebook pages when they should probably be keeping an eye out for jihadists.

However, this is by no means the first example of European citizens being targeted by their own governments for making anti-migrant remarks on social media.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was caught on a hot mic back in September discussing plans with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to censor anti-migrant Facebook posts in Germany.

“Are you working on this?” Merkel asked. “Yeah,” Zuckerberg responded before their microphones were cut.

The exchange took place after it was revealed that the German government, which is coming under intense criticism for its open borders policy, was working with Facebook to oversee a new program that would identify “xenophobic” posts made on the social networking website and punish people who make them with fines and jail sentences.

Speculation even began to circulate that Germans could have their children snatched by the state over ‘hateful’ remarks.

Another individual involved in the scheme is none other than ex-Stasi agent Anetta Kahane. The Stasi’s role in Communist East Germany was to spy on the population and to use its vast network of informants to hunt down political dissidents.

Today’s political dissidents are apparently people who express concerns about the migrant rape culture being imported into Europe, along with untold numbers of future jihadists.


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Paul Joseph Watson is the editor at large of and Prison

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