| Netherlands/Prime Minister |
|Leader of||• Dutch Ministry of General Affairs|
|Deputy||Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands|
|Leader of the Dutch Ministry of General Affairs, Netherlands. Boss of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands.|
The current Prime Minister of the Netherlands is Mark Rutte.
The Prime Minister of the Netherlands is very commonly a Dutch Bilderberger. The last Dutch PM not known to have attended was Dries van Agt, who got the job in 1977 and was unseated in 1982 by the 1981 Dutch Cabinet crisis, a suspected Dutch Deep state operation.
Office Holders on Wikispooks
|Mark Rutte||14 October 2010|
|Jan Peter Balkenende||22 July 2002||14 October 2010|
|Wim Kok||22 August 1994||22 July 2002|
|Ruud Lubbers||4 November 1982||22 August 1994|
|Dries van Agt||1977||1982|
|Joop Den Uyl||11 May 1973||19 December 1977|
|Barend Biesheuvel||6 July 1971||11 May 1973|
|Jelle Zijlstra||22 November 1966||5 April 1967||Triple Bilderberger|
|Pieter Omtzigt||“Long I've objected comparing Malta and the Netherlands. But here something else is not functioning. That is power and opposing power. There is such an intimate connection between the coalition and parliament, between the parliament and the media, between the parliament and the justice system. If you ask difficult questions, you become the problem. There is something wrong with the checks and balances. And it goes further. The criminal justice system doesn't work anymore. All the NGOs that hog the government's money, all don't work anymore. Know what happens nowadays? They don't dare to speak, because the government will kill their subsidy. We've organized or system so precisely that our flock of politicians values the party-chairman more than the electorate.”||Pieter Omtzigt||19 January 2021|