From GeenStijl (NL), we get this video that makes the blood boil. It shows a pack of moroccan kids (boys AND girls) bearing down on two Dutch girls cycling by. The pack proceeds to steal the bikes and abuse the two girls. This happened in Gouda this winter, a city with a fine history of moroccans running rampant and the authorities doing nothing to stop them.
At first sight one might conclude that moroccan parents are very lousy at parenting. But it is a well-known phenomenon, first commented on publicly by the late, great Pim Fortuyn, that other moroccans are never subjected to this kind of horrible behaviour.
Note the age of the kids in the pack: They're all pre-pubescent. Hence, this is not a case of raging hormones, either. So, there is basically only one conclusion left: The hostility and contempt with which these cretins treat the girls was taught. Evidently, their parents teach them that the Dutch are scum and it is okay to do this.
Let that sink in for a while: This video, by inference, raises some very uncomfortable questions about the attitude of the moroccan community as a whole towards us, nominally their compatriots. An attitude that is evidently marked by hostility and extreme contempt. And evidently that hostility and contempt is actively inculcated from a young age onward.
And if that is the case: Are we really going to let ourselves and our children be mistreated by the guests we've allowed into our homes? Guests who persist in rewarding the opportunities given them with ingratitude, contempt and outright hostility. Isn't it about time for a warning that the welcome is wearing thin? Isn't it about time to emphatically suggest that it's time to start thinking about moving out?
[UPDATE001] The Gouda police lets know (NL) they are investigating the video and promises the culprits will be arrested shortly. No points for correctly predicting the lame and utterly useless sanctions that will be placed in these cretins, though.