BLACKS In Holland

ELLIOT LAKE News

By Peter Stuyvesant

Until the 1970s … there was NO significant NEGRO presence in Holland.  

Map of the Caribbean Sea and its islands. Caribbean Sea and its islands.

In the 1970s … the first (immigrant) wave came from Surinam (South America), then in the 1980s the second wave from the Antilles (the Caribbean), and in the 1990s the third wave from Somalia(Africa). 

Another foolish European nation paying the price for Liberalism.

Since elites in the media and academic world never tire of saying that “mass immigration is beneficial to the receiving country“, it is good to put this thesis to the test using publicly-available government sources, and applying it to the Negro migration.

In 2010 the research centre of Erasmus University of Rotterdam produced a report at the request of the Dutch government on the effects of public investment on the empowerment of (Black Caribbean) Antillean

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