For years, the Dutch mainstream media have spread hatred and defamation against Wilders for trying to warn the Dutch people - and Europe - about what their future will be if they continue their current immigration policies;
Placing more restrictions on immigration is what we call a wax nose in Dutch. It means pretending something's an important subject but in reality it's irrelevant.
Immigration is somewhat of a funny topic over here.
but de facto the refugee wave completely bypassed this country.
Of course, they want to go to Germany where they think they will receive a mansion, a BMW and get rich.
Wilders I would say has a point whether the usual would-be broad minded so called liberal minded democrats want to hear it or not. The Netherlands has become a very overcrowded place and here in Gt Britain especially in England there is an issue. Away back in the 1940's Britain had a population of 48 million and now well into the 60's and expected to pass 70 million. Why?
Whether open minds like it or not a country or continent cannot just think things will be okay. Pressures and terror will continue to grow in Europe and my placeand that so many young people are involved does nothing to alleviate the matter. The nightmare will continue.
There might be a few hate imams we could conceivably toss back to Saudi Arabia or whatever hole they crawled out of but that's about it as far as immigration goes.
Islam in particular is a danger and the only consolation is that later this century we will all be gone and Europe will be an even more hell-hole as will this small overcrowded island. Islam and democracy do not go well so our future generations are going to be a desperate time.
Under the complaints, NOYB alleges that users are being railroaded or coerced into granting consent in order to access services."Facebook has even blocked accounts of users who have not given consent," said Schrems in a statement."In the end, users only had the choice to delete the account or hit the 'agree' button - that's not a free choice; it more reminds of a North Korean election process."Many users do not know yet that this annoying way of pushing people to consent is actually forbidden under GDPR in most cases."Schrems said the purpose of the cases is to enable better European coordination.The crux of the matter is whether data needs to be actually gathered at all (and consent granted) in order to provide some of these services. According to NOYB, GDPR prevents forced consent and any form of bundling a service with the requirement of consent.
The GDPR mails are more a result of company incompetence, many were/are unprepared.
Opt-in (like the cookie banners) have their limits, not the least that you usually don't have a real option.
I would first remind Frenzie that it was reckoned in 2010 there were about 44 million Muslims (6% of the total population), including 19 million (3.8% of the population) in the EU
For many publishers, relatively unobtrusive pop-ups seem to suffice--some sites ask for agreement to store and track your data (like Quartz), while others simply point to privacy policies. The content on these sites remains accessible to visitors from the EU.
I would first remind Frenzie that it was reckoned in 2010 there were about 44 million Muslims (6% of the total population), including 19 million (3.8% of the population) in the EU. What has that lot brought with them but terrorism and endangered the Continent. Here in GB every few weeks there is an arrest or two on people planning bombing and killing. You are living in cloud cuckoo land.
It's about Europe, including Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, etc. where Islam is native.
Quote from: ersi on 2018-05-26, 04:51:27It's about Europe, including Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, etc. where Islam is native.I would imagine there are also several million in the European part of Turkey alone.
Whether one looks at Europe or the EU either are still large! It is still too large a number of Muslims and their weird faith...
And to make matters worse in the future here AND the Continent that immigrants routinely have larger families.
Abortion is a crime, no matter how many referendums. The same for eutanásia.
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