Pigs’ Heads, Guns and Holland’s Invaders

Plans to house 600 nonwhite Muslim invaders at a to-be-built “reception center” near the Dutch town of Enschede have been put on hold after twelve pigs’ heads were deposited around the site, local media have reported.
According to a report in RTL Nieuws, the pigs’ heads were placed on a gate and scattered around the entrance to the field where the invader center was to have been built. In addition, pig blood appears to have been deposited in the field itself in an attempt to prevent the center from being constructed.
Photographs of the pigs’ heads were photographed and published on a Twitter feed early on Wednesday morning headlined “Welcome to the hell that is Eschmarke field.”
A spokesman for the city council told RTL Nieuws that the same words are often used by a local Dutch protest group, AZC Alert Enschede (the AZC from “Azylcentrum,” or asylum center). That organization has been campaigning against the move to house at least 600 nonwhite invaders in the planned center.
Dutch demonstration against the Enschede invasion is blocked by police.
The Tweet which announced the pigs’ heads was issued from an account called “return to sender” and was accompanied by a comment which said that “If democracy fails, then people will become angry and hopeless.”
A police spokesman said there was no doubt that the placing of the pigs’ heads in the field is “connected with the arrival of the refugees,” and that it was considered “illegal dumping” and an “environmental crime.”
Investigators have already started trying to track down the source of the heads, but they are likely to have been taken from a slaughterhouse, which will complicate identifying the culprits.
Another Tweet by “return to sender” linked to a video of a Muslim call to prayer in Enschede, something that has started up since the nonwhite invasion picked up speed. The video reports that this “call to prayer” is “what the locals have to listen to every day.”
Meanwhile, Italian police have seized more than 800 Winchester SXP pump-action shotguns from a truck with Dutch number plates being driven by a Turkish national as it crossed over the border at Trieste, the Italian news agency Ansa reported.
The declared route of the truck was through Germany, the Netherlands, and finally Belgium, but its driver had not declared any cargo for the trip, police said. The weapons were discovered hidden behind other items unrelated to the guns.
Italian police decided to check the truck as it crossed the border on November 23 because they considered the cargo and the journey pattern to be suspicious following the Paris terrorist attacks.
* In another development related to the nonwhite invasion of Holland, the highest court in that land, the Council of State, has ruled that the government can refuse to provide food and lodging for failed “asylum seekers” who do not cooperate with deportation efforts.
The ruling came about after an invader from Iran, who had been ordered to leave the country, refused to do so and then took the government to court to demand that he be given food and lodging as part of his “human rights” under European Union law.
A lower court found in his favor, but the higher court ruled that although the European human rights treaty is binding on signatories, it does not require the government to offer housing to “undocumented migrants.”