Amsterdam

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Cocaine distributor to all sides in World War 1. Led the European illegal drug trade from the 1970s.

Amsterdam is the capital city of The Netherlands. Known as the drug capital of the world, it's the locus of the European illegal drug trade and has build a reputation as the place of depart of some weird "accidents", including for MH 17, the "planned" last flight of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab and the Bijlmer disaster.

Police corruption

The Dutch police in drug capital Amsterdam was noted by investigators to be heavily infiltrated by the leading European drug criminals, who started executing journalists, such as Peter R. de Vries in 2021.[1]

Schiphol Airport

On December 25, 2009, ICTS let Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab (the "Underwear Bomber) on a plane under suspicious circumstances . Abdulmutallab, who later who attempted to detonate plastic explosives hidden in his underwear, boarded the US bound plane from Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. Kurt Haskell, an attorney from Michigan who also boarded the same flight saw Abdulmutallab and another "sharply dressed" Indian looking man who helped Abdulmutallab board the flight. Haskell claims that Abdulmutallab boarded the flight without a passport.[2]

Narco-State

The Guardian in 2018 reported that "The Netherlands is starting to resemble a "narco-state" with the police unable to combat the emergence of a parallel criminal economy, a report from the Dutch police association has warned".[3] Prime Minister Mark Rutte called Amsterdam to be suffering from a "Moroccan-mafia problem" in 2019, with Dutch Minister of Justice and Security Ferdinand Grapperhaus and him "declaring war in a war on drugs" on drug criminals, criminalizing "18 and 19-year-olds using weed" along with "yoga-sniffing girls"[4], calling for an end to the Dutch tolerated drug policy.[5].[6]


Drug Smuggling

Full article: Drug smuggling

Drug smuggling apparently is big business at Schiphol, with Amsterdam known as the drug-capital of the world for tourists, utilizing both cargo and persons (split 50/50), as young as 13 years old, the Netherlands is called "a major transit route for cocaine, heroin and XTC.[7][8][9] Within 5 years of the establishment of an anti-drug unit at Schiphol in 1999 up to 2500 people were arrested for drug smuggling, and 11 million pounds was found in luggage and cargo. A leaked wikileaks memo revealed the US was concerned about the "very lenient policies on Schiphol", "catching and releasing low-level couriers", "not checking the baggage of employees working in shops on site". according to Minister of Justice Piet Hein Donner, at least 16 individuals of private companies working at Schiphol had been arrested for drug smuggling during that time.[10]


 

Related Quotations

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Stef Blok“Give me one example of a multi-ethnic or multicultural society, where the original inhabitants are still living... and where they live in coexistence. I can't think of one. Don't say Australia or the US as the natives there have been exterminated.”Stef Blok2018
Netherlands/Deep state“The Netherlands has a long history with cocaine. In the early 1900s, the Dutch East India Company – having exploited and enslaved millions of people – began growing coca in its colonies in Indonesia. There was even a cocaine factory in Amsterdam, which supplied marching powder to all sides in World War One. When international treaties finally put a halt to the Dutch’s rampant coke dealing, Rotterdam emerged as a key import site for the illicit trade of the drug from South America.”Vice News2020
Operation Gladio/Exposure“When we began 4 years ago with this case, we couldn't believe this lawyer, but now I can't deny it any more. We discovered that the justice departments in Belgium, The Netherlands and in particular in Amsterdam have made several cases in international weapons smuggling silently disappear. These departments have consistently remarked that illegal ownership of weapons would be tackled directly. I can't deny that this has happened on purpose. Of course, the Dutch Ministry of Justice makes mistakes that sometimes have sad consequences, but, these volumes, this stubborn, and this simple can only happen if it was your intention all along. Admitting it, they will never do, because you'd have to admit why you did this, and the experiences from the 1980s with Gladio learns that these sort of deals will be denied till the bitter end. Which means we'll probably never know of the exact dealings.”Peter Rudolf de Vries2007
Mark Rutte“We have a Moroccan mafia problem. (...) We aren't trying to cover it up, but we do see an over-presentation of Moroccan people in these crimes rates.”Mark Rutte2019
Mark Rutte“I get so angry reading those articles in Amsterdam where people are snorting 10000 lines of cocaine that are seemingly being used weekly or daily in the big cities, which makes me wonder that those idiots, that do that, those idiots that do that, they are maintaining that system of heavy crime, where Taghi and all those criminal families have made a billion-euro business.”Mark Rutte2019
Peter R. de Vries“When we began 4 years ago with this case, we couldn't believe this lawyer, but now I can't deny it any more. We discovered that the justice departments in Belgium, The Netherlands and in particular in Amsterdam have made several cases in international weapons smuggling silently disappear. These departments have consistently remarked that illegal ownership of weapons would be tackled directly. I can't deny that this has happened on purpose. Of course, the Dutch Ministry of Justice makes mistakes that sometimes have sad consequences, but, these volumes, this stubborn, and this simple can only happen if it was your intention all along. Admitting it, they will never do, because you'd have to admit why you did this, and the experiences from the 1980s with Gladio learns that these sort of deals will be denied till the bitter end. Which means we'll probably never know of the exact dealings.”Peter R. de Vries
Peter Rudolf de Vries
2007
Peter R. de Vries“We already lost the War on drugs long ago, and the policy is bankrupt, it has led to nothing, yes, full prisons, a clogged justice system and it didn't help one bit because you can find a coffee-shop on every corner of the street and even with record-braking catches of shipments of cocaine in the harbour, it doesn't mean anything. We're dealing with a extreme high demand in the world with $300.000.000.000 profit for drug traffickers with $100.000.000.000 of it cocaine alone, with the same 100.000.000.000 for the worldwide diverse police and justice agencies used, amounting to nothing. You can't just maintain this repressive policy. You need to make this more of national health crisis.”Peter R. de Vries
Peter Rudolf de Vries
2020

 

Event

EventDescription
Bijlmer disasterAn Israeli cargo plane crashes in Amsterdam with missing unknown cargo, voice recorders and unknown Israeli men that appeared within "8 minutes".

 

Groups Headquartered Here

GroupStartDescription
Carlyle Group1987A "private global investment firm" with around 1400 employees which has become the world's second largest private capital firm. Close connections to the deep state are suspected.
De Nederlandsche Bank25 March 1814The Dutch central bank.
European Medicines AgencyIssued guidance that chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine were only to be used in clinical trials or emergency use programs.
GreenpeaceAn NGO focused on combating climate change. Has a very hierarchical organizational structure and is funded by Ted Turner and Rockefeller Brothers Fund among others.
PhilipsAn electric company which was a major funder of Le Cercle.
Reed ElsevierLarge publisher with a 7-7 connection
University of Amsterdam1632Main University of Dutch capital Amsterdam. Targeted for recruitment by the IfS.
University of Applied Sciences of Amsterdam1993Second largest University of Amsterdam. Publicly funded.

 

Employee on Wikispooks

EmployeeJobAppointedEnd
Fred TeevenProsecutor20002002


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