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About approx., two years ago (2016-2017), Dutch diplomats exchanged information with Turkey and the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA) with the aim of bringing Dutch jihadists from Syria back to the Netherlands for alleged prosecution.
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After all what has been discovered and written, by me, about the Dutch government, their involvement in recruiting, paying and the transfer of weapons (mainly from the US) through a special unit of Schiphol Airport (Amsterdam), the salaries they paid to the jihadist, which they still call rebels, the delivery of so-called non-lethal aid, which turned out to be lethal, because, you can put a “weapon” on a Toyota truck. And now the discovery, by the regular MSM about diplomats aiding jihadist in Syria, which was, for me and many others, common knowledge, because, I knew from the beginning that the Netherlands was and still is “deeply” involved in the regime-change wars by the US/deep-state and right from the beginning, took part in the regime-change strategy to overthrow President Assad and his government, to install a “puppet” regime, consisting of Muslimbrotherhood members, later called Al-Nusra, Al-Queda, Tahrir as Sham resulting into ISIS, or as the Syrian people call it: DAESH.
NON-LETHAL-ASSISTANCE support for Syrian rebels, nicely formulated, but who were the Syrian Rebels? From 2016 onwards, HTS (Tahrir-as-Sham), the largest if not the only militia in Idlib, is collaborating with IS. All cities freed by the Syrian army, Aleppo, Ghouta and Dara’a were in the hands of ISIS since 2015, all groups had (almost) emerged with IS (or ISIS – DAESH). A picture taken at Schiphol Airport, which clearly indicates a weapon transport on it’s way to the ISIS- DAESH terrorist. Picture: Freesuriyah
Regardless of what they have done
When it became clear at the end of 2016, that more and more jihadist/terrorists, actually mercenaries from ISIS and being partly mercenaries from the Dutch government, wanted to return to the Netherlands, because the Syrian and Russian army where winning the war from the western sponsored jihadists. A senior policy officer from the Security Policy Directorate under under supervision of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Bert Koenders (PvdA – Social Democrats) sends a substantial memo to his managers.