HUMOR!/BEST TIPS FOR A BEGINNING CRIMINAL
NOW IT IS TIME FOR LAUGHING!
IT IS TIME FOR HUMOUR!
Now the Lockdown [with just reasons!] continues, but a curfew is
installed against my will and the will of many others  and there are
curfew riots through the whole country [which I disapprove, but also
the police violence ], you almost should forget, that humor is a mighty weapon
against despair and rightful Corona fear!
Many companies are badly affected by the necessary Coronameasures and
some of them are bankrupt.
Yet there is a social category that profits from the Coronacrisis, wether legal or not!
Because let’s be honest:
Most of us, except for highly spiritualized Yogi’s or Sufi’s  and leftist social
activists like anarchists wants to get rich with the lessest efforts.
That’s human nature!
For this group I have some TIPS
SO LISTEN WELL!
Whatever you do with my tips is your business and remains your own
I am NOT responsible for your actions.
So don’t come cry to me, when my tips don’t work for you.
ANDF ANOTHER THING:
My tips are NOT for those, who want to earn money on a violent way!
DON’T FLEE TO YOUR COUNTRY OF ORIGIN!
When everything goes wrong, don’t flee to your country of origin!
That is the first place where justitial authorities go after you, outside the Netherlands.
For white Dutch criminals:
Leave the Netherlands and don’t flee to the Netherlands Antilles or
Flee to a country, faraway, with few or no relations with the Netherlands.
FLEE TO A COUNTRY, WHICH HAS NO EXTRADITION TREATY WITH THE NETHERLANDS
Yes, you’ve heard me well:
Flee to a country, faraway, so NOT a European country, the USA or Canada,
for example and NOT your country of origin.
Too often, criminals act like headless chickens, flee to a country they know and neglect the facts, for instance how big the chance is, yet to be extradited!
DON’T PUT ANYTHING ON PAPER, DON;T CHAT OR BABBLE WITH YOUR
TELEPHONE, PUT NOTHING ON INTERNET!
If you really want to erase yout traces, don’t put anything on paper,
don’t chator babble on the telephone, don’t participate in ”chatgroups”, encrypted or not, no Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Tic Toc, Youtube, etc.
How you will communicate then?
That’s up to you.
I don’t know, what you’re up to, but work alone as much as possible.
Then you minimalize the chance on discovery, you can’t be blackmailed
and no one can betray you.
NO FRIENDS, NO CLOSE FAMILY RELATIONS
Be sure that you have no friends and even when you have them, keep it cosy and visit them as less as possible.
If someone ”from the past” [former classmate or ”longlost family memner]
shows up and is irritably insisting, give them a false telephone number or
Not visiting people is no problem in Coronatimes.
All of us have family members they love, but unless your parents are still
alive, or brothers and sisters, keep any other familymembers [like uncles, aunts,
nephews, nices, cousins etc] on distance.
The lesser people who know what your businesses are, the better.
SPEECH IS SILVER, SILENCE IS GOLDEN
[DUTCH PROVERB ”SPREKEN IS ZILVER, ZWIJGEN IS GOUD]
An important and major mistake of criminals is to brag and talk too much.
Be modest, keep a low profile, talk about anything but yourself.
SPEECH IS SILVER, SILENCE IS GOLDEN
KEEP YOURSELF LOW PROFILE
As well as in your activities as in your flee country:
Keep yourself low profile!
Don’t spend money like a drunken sailor, don’t nuy fancy cars or palaces, etc.
Live a quiet life, be polite and friendly towards everyone, invest [not with
abnormal sums of money] in the local economy and give some of
your money to charities [than you do something in return:
With other words:
Live well, but quietly.
HAVE NO FAMILY [WIFE AND CHILDREN], CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS
That is deadly to a succesful criminal career.
You have ”bagage”, you can be blackmailed, you have responsibilities you
TRUST NO ONE
How nice, or sympathetic, for a succesful criminal is no one to
Keep all your activities for yourself.
A secret is only a secret, when NO ONE knows!
TAKE A LOW PROFILE JOB
You must be able to give accountability for spending your money.
Be aware, that you have a job to explain your expenses.
And live according to your income.
DON’T LIVE BEYOND YOUR MEANS!
Don’t ride in expensive cars, don’t buy rolex watches, etc
MAKE YOUR FINANCIAL MOVE IN ONE STRIKE!
Whatever you do, make your financial move in one
Don’t remain an old woman by investing in petty, small
activities, strike well in one big move and flee, as soon
That reduces the chance of being caught.
DON’T DO IT! DON’T ENGAGE IN CRIMINALITY!
And last, but not least:
DON’T ENGAGE IN CRIMINALITY!
Statistics show it:
In nine of the ten cases, you are being caught early and crime
The surest WAY for criminals is to be engaged with
judicial authorities and at last/THE PRISON!
DON’T UNDERESTIMATE THAT!
When even a big criminal, Redouan Taghi has been caught, to
probably spend the rest of his life in State Hotel, the Prison , you
as non violent criminal, can wage your chances!
In this case is appliable the proverb:
HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY
If you, despite of Tip 12, want to follow a non violent criminal Path,
then use Tips 1 till 11!
It’s your life!
I wish you a
HAPPY, SUCCESFUL AND NON CRIMINAL LIFE!
THE INSTALLATION OF A CURFEW [AN EVENING CLOCK] IN
THE NETHERLANDS [AND EVERYWHERE] IS A DANGER
TO DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS AND VALUES/LETTER TO
LETTER TO THE EDITOR IN DUTCH:
INSTELLEN AVONDKLOK ONDERGRAAFT RECHTSSTAAT/INGEZONDEN STUK
18 JANUARI 2021
CORONAVIRUS CURFEW BEGINS IN THE NETHERLANDS:FIRST CURFEW SINCE WWII
The Netherlands introduced its first enforced curfew since World War Two on Saturday night. The restriction took effect at 9 p.m., and was to continue through 4:30 a.m. as a way to slow the spread of coronavirus in the country.
The curfew will continue every night through 4:30 a.m. on February 10. All members of the public must remain indoors during the curfew hours, except for certain work-related reasons and emergency situations where an exemption is permitted. Even then, the person on the street must carry with them an official government form that has been properly filled out.
Violators risk a fine of 95 euros, but will not receive a mark against them on their criminal record. Those caught with falsified document or who lied on their form to evade the restriction may be punished more severely, and could see their records affected in a way which can jeopardize their ability to get certain jobs or qualify for residence permits and visas.
It was proposed by the outgoing prime minister, Mark Rutte, and his health minister, Hugo de Jonge, earlier in the week. As the issue was considered too controversial for the caretaker Cabinet, it had to be approved by a majority in Parliament on Thursday.
“The idea behind the night-time curfew is that people will visit or meet up with each other less often,” the Cabinet said in a statement. “This is important because the government is gravely concerned about the spread of coronavirus variants that are even more infectious than the virus we are already familiar with in the Netherlands. We need to delay these new variants from gaining the upper hand for as long as possible.”
The last time the Netherlands had a curfew was in 1945, the year World War II ended in Europe
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RIOT POLICE CALLED OUT ACROSS THE NETHERLANDS
AS TROUBLE FLARES FOR THIRD NIGHT
25 JANUARY 2021
Riot police were called out to cities across the Netherlands on Monday evening in a third night of rioting following the introduction of a curfew to try to stop the spread of coronavirus. By 10pm at least 70 people had been arrested, police chief Willem Woelders told current affairs programme Nieuwsuur. ‘Things were relatively quiet until 7.30pm, but then all hell broke lose.’ In Haarlem and Rotterdam police used tear gas to break up the crowds, and extra riot police were drafted in, Woelders said. In Amersfoort, fireworks were thrown at police and there were also problems in Den Bosch, where a group of up to 150 youngsters had gathered in defiance of the 9pm curfew, and a Jumbo supermarket was plundered.
n Rotterdam, mayor Achmed Aboutaleb evoked his emergency powers and called in riot police with water cannon after trouble broke out in the south of the city. RTV Oost reported that gangs of youngsters were running through the centre of Zwolle and there were clashes with police in the north of Helmond. In Zeeland province, six people were arrested in Goes and Kattendijke after calling on people to riot via social media.
Police in Noord-Holland province said they had arrested five people who had called online for riots in Purmerend, Hoorn and Alkmaar. In Amsterdam, there were at least nine arrests after trouble erupted in the east of the city. In Gouda, the mayor also evoked his emergency powers after several cars were set on fire. There were also arrests in Geelen, in Limburg, including several minors, police said. Weekend Monday evening’s trouble follows disturbances on Sunday as protestors staged demonstrations against the coronavirus rules in Amsterdam and Eindhoven. Up to 300 people were arrested as riot police were drafted in to break up the crowds. In Eindhoven, station shops were looted and police used tear gas in an effort to disperse the demonstrators. On Saturday night, the first day of the 9pm curfew, there were disturbances on the former island of Urk, where protesters set fire the the coronavirus testing centre, and in Stein in Limburg. Condemnation Prime minister Mark Rutte described the violence that accompanied anti-lockdown protests in some Dutch towns and cities on Sunday as ‘unacceptable’. Rutte said 99% of people were complying with the stricter new rules, including the 9pm curfew that came into force on Saturday. He singled out the vandalism in Amsterdam and Eindhoven, as well as Enschede where a hospital building came under attack, for special condemnation. ‘Any normal person will look at this with disgust and ask themselves what possessed these people,’ Rutte said. ‘This has nothing to do with protesting: it is criminal violence and that is how we will treat it.
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