Pim Fortuyn

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BornWilhelmus Simon Petrus Fortuijn
Driehuis, Netherlands
Died2002-05-06 (Age 54)
Hilversum, Netherlands
Alma materVU University Amsterdam, University of Groningen
ReligionRoman Catholicism
Victim ofassassination
PartyPVDA,  People's Party for Freedom and Democracy,  Livable Netherlands,  Livable Rotterdam,  Pim Fortuyn List
An assassinated Dutch politician

Pim Fortuyn was a Dutch politician who was assassinated on May 6, 2002 by animal activist Volkert van der Graaf, just one week before the prime ministerial elections that Fortuyn stood a good chance of winning.


Joël van der Reijden of ISGP did an independent investigation into Fortuyn's death and the dominant alternative theories that have been pushed.[1]

After his death, writer Tomas Ross and journalist Theo van Gogh (who both belonged to the same Republican Society as Pim Fortuyn) suggested that a second shooter was present.[2][3]


Related Quotation

Jan Peter Balkenende“Of course, even if we ever determine that Volkert van der Graaf was an agent, wittingly or unwittingly, of a "liberal CIA", that does not mean that the Fortuyn case is automatically closed. In this article plenty of evidence has been presented that indicates Fortuyn and close allies as Theo van Gogh, Oscar Hammerstein, Gerard Spong and Tomas Ross, like Volkert van der Graaf and "liberal CIA" NGO network and Friends of the Earth, are part of a parallel security state-controlled network of (neo)conservatives and related right-wingers, which we could well term "conservative CIA". At a higher level, this (neo)conservative network actually got its way with the 2004 murder of Theo van Gogh by an Islamic radical.”Jan Peter Balkenende
Joël van der Reijden
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