The Moroccans that infuriate the Dutch

Dutch member of parliament Geert Wilders

Who, actually, are the Dutch Moroccans about whom Dutch MP Geert Wilders recently stated: “The fewer, the better”?

During the 1960’s, the Netherlands chose to attract migrant workers to perform low-skilled manual labor. This group included Turks, Spaniards, Portuguese and Moroccans. It was never the original intent of the Dutch government permanently to settle these workers; they were expected to return to their home countries after a few years.

In most instances, they did not. Family reunification laws — derived from the European Treaty of Human Rights article 8: Right to family life — provided that migrant workers had the right to bring their families to the Netherlands and settle in a permanent manner…

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Do “human rights” benefit anyone but immigrants and criminals?

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