I had a dream … last night (or was it the day before?) …
After Pim Fortuyn was murdered, on May 6 2002, focus should be changed.
Theo van Gogh decided to make a movie (0605) about the assassination of Fortuyn.
This movie would connect the Dutch secret service to this murder.
About the same time Hirsi Ali was introduced October 2002 out of the blue by Neelie (Smit) Kroes into Dutch right wing political party VVD. Kroes is a protege of the elite in the Netherlands. When newspaper De Volkskrant wanted to print an article about her (financial) connections to a criminal, the paper did not appear that day because of a software error.
The idea was to criminalize the new enemy, i.e. the muslim population. So Theo had to be killed by a muslim.
A Syrian, Abu Khaled, appeared and seemed to be an inspiring figure for van Gogh murderer Mohammed B. and his friends. Abu Khaled was suspected of everything but could move without problems throughout Europe.
To make things more likely Hirshi Ali wanted to make a controversial movie about muslim women.
Of course Theo liked to do that with her, it was controversial!
So they did Submission, a 10 minute film, released on August 29, 2004.
During the post-production of Theo’s movie 0605 about the Pim Fortuyn murder, Mohammed B. murdered Theo on November 2, 2004 leaving a letter for Hirshi Ali on the body of Theo.
After Theo’s murder Abu Khaled vanished into thin air.
0605 was released on December 12, 2004.
Of course Hirsi Ali had to be promoted.
So Rita Verdonk, VVD Minister for Immigration and Integration, a former director of the Dutch secret service, took away her passport because Hirshi Ali lied about her name and date of birth, a fact already known by VVD prominents in 2002.
Now she could leave without any suspicion for a top right wing job in the US.
When this was arranged Verdonk thought she could seize the power on right. The elite stopped this by having VVD leader Mark Rutte introduce Arthur Docters van Leeuwen, former chief of Dutch secret service, to the VVD a few weeks before the VVD political leader election. Although polls indicated the opposite, Mark Rutte was elected.
The father of Theo is a retired employee of the Dutch secret service.
The son of Theo, Lieuwe, has no father he can talk to anymore.
Update March 30, 2007:
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