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Seeing Red: Dutch King pelted with tomatoes during visit to Moscow

09.11.2013 15:58

A couple of Russian activists pelted King of the Netherlands with rotten tomatoes during his visit to the Moscow Conservatory. The instigators of the attack were detained despite the fruits falling short of their illustrious targets.

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Anne 12.11.2013 08:25

This 2 missing tomatoes looked like something staged by Putin and his men. Just like the dressed up electricians he sends to beat up people in Russia.
The kingdom in Netherlands is something the Dutch support after a 200 year republic they got a 200 year kingdom. And it works fine. The MP does the politics and the king does the ceremonial tasks.

Further the more tomatoes people throw the more tomotoes Dutch will sell.
Russia is nice, the people are oke, but Putin has become a kind of a joke. The Russians don't see this because they are kind of brainwashed by their own media.

 

Ramiro 11.11.2013 01:56

There are some brave folks in the NBP. I wished there was a video showing the king and queen getting hit in the face. I think the Russian govenment is full of corrupt robbers trying to making in-roads with the elitists from the West. Why is the Russian govenment supporting the idea of a king and queen by spending peoples hard labor of such a visit?

 

Kiza 10.11.2013 23:51

Has anyone noticed that the Dutch are offering asylum to LGBT who propagandise homosexuality to young Russians, but did not give asylum for political reasons (Dolmatov, no matter how wrong he may have been)? If that is not two-faced, I do not know what is. But then, for example, the Dutch were amongst biggest Nazi collaborators who became Nazi 'victims' and Jew saviours after the war. There is a long tradition there.

 

ThijsDuz 10.11.2013 22:09

Samuel von Staunton 10.11.2013 18:22



The Dutch civilisation: the land of Geert Wilders, the land which did not revoke the fraudulently obtained citizenship of Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Yes, that's what we want in our countries.

  


Indeed, many countries could improve their integrity by not exluding any democratically elected politicians, regardless of their anti-establishment views. And even the Dutch have room to improve in that area, especially where Wilders is concerned.

 

Sir Finthenet 10.11.2013 19:59

Was anyone else disturbed by the similarities between this tomato throwing incident and a certain throwing incident in Sarajevo?
Who is going to trigger the next big conflagration that we seem so close to?
Would the bomb throwing and pistol shooting conspiritors have committed those two murders almost one-hundred years ago had they seen in a nightmare those things that would follow?
The deaths of millions and the destruction of hundreds of years of human labor. Also the political realignments that guaranteed hot and cold conflict to the present day.

 

Samuel von Staunton 10.11.2013 18:22

Alan Rigby Marr 10.11.2013 17:33

The Russians could learn a lot from the Dutch such as freedom , democracy , tolerance and the rule of law. There are very few countries in the world that has the same freedoms as the Netherlands , I am British so I have no reason to support Holland! It will take most countries in the world to have the civilised way of life of the Dutch people.

  


The Dutch civilisation: the land of Geert Wilders, the land which did not revoke the fraudulently obtained citizenship of Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Yes, that's what we want in our countries.

 

Samuel von Staunton 10.11.2013 17:40

Christopher John Walters 09.11.2013 23:18

Bolshevik VERMIN. They never went away you know.

  


Yo u don't seem to know very much about Russian politics. The NBP is about as much "Bolshevik" ; as Zhirinovsky's LDP is "Liberal" or "Democratic.&qu ot;

 

Alan Rigby Marr 10.11.2013 17:33

The Russians could learn a lot from the Dutch such as freedom , democracy , tolerance and the rule of law. There are very few countries in the world that has the same freedoms as the Netherlands , I am British so I have no reason to support Holland! It will take most countries in the world to have the civilised way of life of the Dutch people.

 

Samuel von Staunton 10.11.2013 17:22

Ron Leighton 10.11.2013 01:10

National Bolshevik? Sounds very Munich Beer Hall.

  


I stopped taking the activists seriously when I read that. Limonov's goons aren't really typical of the Russian opposition.

 

Boorsma W. 10.11.2013 15:13

Sure I went to school, even bible school, where I learned

Ron ald Reagen 1:1 - "And Jesus said to his disciples 'The only good Russian is a dead Russian'"

 

Boorsma W. 10.11.2013 14:53

We don't want our king back now that he has been exposed to & contaminated by the godless Russians.

 

Captain 10.11.2013 02:44

Blaming NL for not taking on RUS's problem? Odd

 

Ron Leighton 10.11.2013 01:10

National Bolshevik? Sounds very Munich Beer Hall.

 

Johann Kruger 10.11.2013 00:20

King Willem-Alexander, lowlife from Netherlans, [caled the elite] "sic" crawling from a hole in the ocean because nobody want the Dutch in Europe, should have his protected and revered criminals with their pirate ship exciled to Siberia. Might teach them how to do a day's honest work.

 

rt-themonk 10.11.2013 00:07

This is wrong on so many levels. A Russian fugitive went to the Netherlands and was denied asylum and returned to Russia...can you say Snowden!!! I believe the Dutch when they "arrested" Dmitry Borodin. They are a civilized nation and look out for Children no matter who they are.
The attack against Onno Elderenbosch was a retaliation that bears the hallmark of the old KGB. Next the tomato attack...Russian hooliganism...anothe r hallmark of the old KGB.
Let's see...who is in power in Russia. Who did he work for in the past...the KGB. Not rocket science!!!

 

Marvin L Foushee 09.11.2013 23:59

The difference between a dagger and a rotten tomato is a life and death situation for a Russian security detail. They the assassins were tried after the fact, they would have gotten the death sentence in the Netherlands.

 

Dirk Mohr 09.11.2013 23:47

its a pity for what happened to alexander dolmatov,and another proof of ignorance of the men behind"justice& quot;
,a pity that the tomato didnt crash in the face of this dutch innecessary and long live ?national? bolshevik party

 

Christopher John Walters 09.11.2013 23:18

Bolshevik VERMIN. They never went away you know.

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