NETHERLANDS: Police arrest a man for wearing a pink pig hat because it is offensive to Muslims

h/t Bare Naked Islam

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    You want Nazis Belgium?
    Because this is how you get Nazis.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I work with a guy who has his head so far up his boss’ ass that you can only see the soles of his feet.

      • Xavier

        The soles of the feet are haram! Arrest him!

      • Mal

        Always enjoyed employing that insult, DDTTR. I used to like to take it another step and say that “A” had his head so far up the boss’ arse he could touch “B”s (a worse offender) feet.
        There’s always plenty of high drama and low humour in the workplace. Maybe that’s why so many university students need safe spaces from it?

        • tom_billesley

          A lot of students are safe from employment.

    • It’s Holland.

    • Isn’t pork also prohibited in the Jewish religion? And there are certain Christian denominations such as the Seventh Day Adventists who likewise prohibit pork, if I’m not mistaken. We’ve had Jews and Adventists living among us forever — funny how the Government never went batshit crazy to enforce things that might be offensive to them. Besides, that not a hunk of pork he’s wearing on his head, it’s made out of cotton or polyester!

      • In Judaism, pork is forbidden for Jews, but not for non-Jews. Unlike Muslims, Jews only ask for the right to practice their own religion, they do not consider they have the right to force others to do the same.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I worked with a Jewish lady who had a ravenous appetite.
        And she thought nothing of eating a bacon sarnie.
        She was nice but somewhat adrift since her husband left her.

    • Leftists fools in charge.

      Porky the pig hats criminalized.

      Expect more leftist folly.

  • H

    Who ordered the police to arrest their own citizens for wearing pink pig hats? Or is it that they simply understand the government and elite’s wishes in this regard well enough to act on their behalf without being explicitly told to do so? And what about the individual police men and women – I had to wonder how they were feeling as they marched off a man for this heinous crime: did any of them feel a smidgeon of embarrassment or shame? If so, it didn’t stop them from doing their dirty police “work”.

    I find the way the West’s police forces are turning against their own citizens, particularly disturbing and threatening: it clearly means none of us is safe in our own societies.

    • Yes. 100% agree.

    • Raymond Hietapakka

      The bulls are being trained that the Public is their enemy.

    • Did a Muslim actually complain about this? I doubt it. And who the heck would even notice that the hat looks like a pig? Just looks like a crazy guy walking around with pink headgear to me. Just tell Police that it’s a “mole hat” — moles also have snouts.

    • Dana Garcia

      Western politicians serve their financial donors, who now operate in the globalist economy. The world has changed, and the citizens are the losers because of it.

  • tom_billesley

    … but it’s helpful to mahometans if we wear pig and ape masks. It’s accomodating their beliefs. Isn’t that what we’re encouraged to do?

    • David Murrell

      This story gives some good ideas for pro-Western demonstrators moving forward. Let’s start wearing pigs hats.

      • Exile1981

        You can buy them cheap on ebay. I bought a dragon one for ones of the kids a few years back.

  • Nermal

    I gotta find me one of those hats, and maybe a pig t-shirt too

  • Denis

    I would recommend that everyone get a pigs hat. see if they arrest the whole town!

  • Wow. Creeping Sharia. No, galloping in.

  • Spatchcocked

    Tyranny…plain in your face tyranny…..only persecution for thought crime can follow this.
    I remember the Union Jack piggy banks from ten years ago in England….
    Oh well….simply more sympathy and support for Geert Wilders.
    The reaction is a coming.

  • Brett_McS

    Don’t count on the police to do anything but “follow orders”, no matter how oppressive those orders are.

    • Yeah. They seem to be thugs for hire, just doing their job no questions asked.

    • This is why I keep saying that, while good cops should be defended when they’re in the right, this reactive (to BLM etc.) kneejerk thing some conservatives have of saying “all cops are heroes!” is both counterproductive and dishonest.

      Cops are just guys (and women, which is another issue), many of whom got into the work because they enjoy pushing people around.

      • Brett_McS

        A friend’s son joined the police force because he wanted “to shoot guns and drive fast cars”. And probably push people around as well.

  • simus1

    Third world policing tends toward the “If the subject might disturb public decorum on your shift and refuses suppression, then opt for the arrest and investigate model”.
    Nice to see that Europe is starting to catch up.

    • ntt1

      Starting to catch up to RCMP standards too. RCMP policy appears to be arrest the easiest party( usually the rational white guy) in a dispute no matter who has force of law on their side. protected minorities are exempt from laws that most of us are forced to recognize
      ” keeping the peace” is the aim even if legalities are trampled and wronged parties are arrested.

      • simus1

        Wonder if the latest yearlies have a check box for:
        Promotion Whoring – always exceeds all PC requirements

  • ontario john

    I’m calling for all Porky the Pig cartoons be taken off the air. They are islamophobic.

  • Xavier

    That hat struck a little too close to home for the police.

    • mobuyus

      Saving their own bacon?

      • Nope. You’re obviously too young to remember the ’60’s. 😉

    • Lol. Touché. Maybe that was the real reason!

  • Xavier

    What would happen if the guy wearing the hat was Jewish?
    After all, according to Moslems, they are pigs and apes.

  • Mannie

    It’s their country. Their circus. Their monkeys.

    When their country implodes, we must absolutely seal our borders against European refugees. Let them stay home and fight or die. Euronate on them. We don’t want their disease, here. We have enough of their kind already.

    • Mannie – there are good guys as well as bad guys in Europe, just as everywhere. Support the good and fight the bad with them.

    • Clausewitz

      To think that my Grandfather spent 7 month’s in a German POW camp when his plane went down running food to these idiots, it makes me weep.

  • vimy

    Roast all the pigs in dutch ovens and take your country back

  • Blind Druid

    “Denis” commented above;

    “I would recommend that everyone get a pigs hat. see if they arrest the whole town!”

    Baron Bodissey who runs the G.O.V. website had this response to a similar comment, which is unfortunately, the harsh reality in what are now European Police States.

    Link —

    “The problem with mass simultaneous resistance is that it has to be organized in advance. This means advanced planning by a fairly large group of leaders. Such groups are inevitably and immediately infiltrated by agents of the state, who sow dissent and fractiousness, cause delays and inefficiency in the planning process, and — this is the most effective tool — provoke the group into actions that guarantee arrests and a crackdown by the state.

    An example of that last technique of provocateur action can be found in the recent standoff in Oregon. A well-placed federal agent (or several) managed to persuade good, patriotic people to do something stupid and pointless that would never gain them any widespread support. Instead of the intended outcome, one person was summarily executed by the federal political police, and all the leaders were arrested. What a waste!”

    • Exactly. And you can’t go public with that approach, attract TV cameras, take selfies, etc. Total secrecy as in the “underground” from anti-Nazi and anti-Communist resistance in the past. Public activism completely separate, or no public activism at all. It requires personal discipline which is in short supply these days

      I don’t know if we’re at that point yet, but we may be soon if Governments continue down the path of fascism. It’s disgusting that law-abiding citizens should even have to consider the option, but what else can you do? Five years ago most sane people would never have even dreamed of it.

  • Dave In Guelph

    He needs to SOOEY! SOOEY! SOOEY! them.

  • Minicapt