Victims of the Dutch dictatorship

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Re: Victims of the Dutch dictatorship

Post by Firestarter » Sun Mar 10, 2019 5:16 pm

On 18 September 2018, Prinsjesdag, the Dutch government announced their plans for new taxes in 2019.

The VAT rate on things like groceries and medicine will be increased from 6% to 9%. It is estimated that this will cost the average household an additional 300 euro per year.
Other changes include simplification and lower income taxes.

Corporate income taxes will be reduced. The Dutch CIT rate will be reduced from 20% to 16% for the first EUR 200,000 and from 25% to 22.5% for taxable profits exceeding EUR 200,000.

I have a hard time understanding that even though the changes in taxes are expected to increase the tax profits with 3.1 billion euro, of which 2.3 billion will come from consumers and 0.8 billion euro from companies, according to the Dutch government on average the Dutch household will be taxed less: ... -plan-2019

At the same time council taxes will increase with some 5.4% on average. This is higher than the inflation of 2.4% (that can be caused by higher taxes...).
The increase is mainly because the governent increased waste collection fees.

There is a wide variation in local taxes, for example: tenants in Nijmegen pay an average of just €40 while in Zaanstad the average bill hits €571, while home owners’ average taxes vary from €563 in The Hague to €856 in Enschede.

The biggest increase in council taxes compared to 2018 is in Molenlanden with a 23.4% increase (161 euro) and Cuijk with 18% (106 euro).
The biggest increase facing tenants this year is in Haarlem, with more than 18% and Amsterdam with a rise of 17.6%. Amsterdam is also placed high on the list of local authorities where home owners’ bills have gone up most, with a rise of 11.3%: ... -hard-hit/

From 1998 to 2010, Willem-Alexander was on the board of supervisors of the Dutch central bank (De Nederlandsche Bank): ... s-dnb.html

In the 1970s the Dutch government claimed that from now on the Dutch Royal family will pay taxes like everybody else.

What wasn’t widely told was that the Royal degenerates got compensation for supposedly paying taxes.
In the 1970s, they got more than 150.000 guilders compensation per year. King Willem-Alexander receives some 5.5 million euro a year in compensation.

The Secretary-General at the ministry of Finance himself disagreed that the population was fooled by telling them about the taxes, but then compensating these taxes.
The cabinet agreed that during the debate nothing would be said about the tax compensation for the Royal family (in Dutch): ... -belasting (archived here: ... -belasting)

In 1993, prins pils Willem-Alexander bought palace Noordeinde 66 from former queen Juliana for some 340,000 euro (750,000 guilders).
In 2008, Queen Beatrix had the government buy Noordeinde for 3.25 million euro (before or after the crash?) an increase of 333.3% in 15 years (more than 10% profit per year).

In 2014, it was announced that the Royal palaces would be renovated for a total of 127 million euro.
Noordeinde 66 would be renovated for 0.9 million euro. As is so often the case the tax payer had to cough up much more - 3.7 million euro (in Dutch): ... ~a3761656/

In 2014, the renovation of palace Huis ten Bosch was estimated at a whopping 35 million euro. This year it was announced that it cost even much more – 63.1 million euro.
That’s 7200 to 9000 euro per square meter (in Dutch): ... ~a5c77b17/

The Dutch taxpayers once gave a yacht for present to Princess Beatrix for her birthday - the Groene Draeck.
For many years the yearly maintenance costs for the Groene Draeck cost the tax payer on average 125,000 euro per year. Experts say that the yearly maintenance costs for such a ship are about 32,500 euro.
From 2004 to 2015 alone, the Dutch taxpayer paid 1.5 million Euro on maintenance for the boat (for which 2 boats could have been bought). It is apparently very difficult to find out where this surplus money went:
(archived here:

In 2015, the Dutch government claimed that the Dutch royal family costs the tax payer 40 million euro per year. This is reportedly the most expensive of all Royal families in Europe.
In reality the costs are even much higher, as former minister Gerrit Zalm already in 2009 revealed that they cost some 110 million euro a year. Some estimates are 350 million euro per year in 2018...

Willem-Alexander gets 823,000 euro a year, Máxima 325,000 euro, and Beatrix
465,000 in salary.
Including “expenses”, Willem-Alexander gets 5.3 million, Máxima 900,000 and Beatrix 1.4 million euro.

Staff of the Dutch royal family, 245 people, cost 17 million euro.
Security for the Royal family costs the Ministry of Defence 25 million euro.

The costs for 3 palaces of the royal family - Huis ten Bosch, Paleis Noordeinde en Paleis op de Dam – costs 15 million euro a year.
That is not counting the more than 150 million for the renovations of the palaces...
State visits cost another 2 million euro per year (in Dutch): ... t-a1496445 (archived here:
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Re: Victims of the Dutch dictatorship

Post by Firestarter » Sat Mar 30, 2019 3:23 pm

Argentinian website El Cohete a la Luna (Rocket to the moon) has accused our greatly beloved Queen Maxima of not reporting the correct value of her possessions in Patagonia, to evade taxes.
In 2009, Maxima and (now King) Willem-Alexander, bought land in Rio Negro for 1 million euro, but underreported the area and didn´t report that a hotel was built there, so the real value is underestimated (resulting in lower taxes).

Maxima's brother, Martín Zorreguieta, bought half of the reported 3000 hectares of land.
The luxury hotel “Estancia Pilpilcura” located there is run by Máxima's aunt, Marta Cerruti. In December 2016, Argentinian president Macri, a friend of Maxima, spent a night at the hotel.

Dutch parliamentarians have asked Prime Minister Mark Rutte, the university buddy of prins pils Willem-Alexander, for an explanation,
The Dutch propaganda service Rijksvoorlichtingsdienst denied that Maxima and Willem-Alexander haven’t correctly reported their posessions to the Argentine tax authorities.

Mayor of Pilcaniyeu Nestor Ayuelef has exposed that the Rijksvoorlichtingsdienst was lying (once again: ... tine-media
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Re: Victims of the Dutch dictatorship

Post by Firestarter » Wed May 29, 2019 4:38 pm

According to the Dutch Quote Magazine, the widow of Prince Friso, Mabel Wisse Smit has made 240 million Euro with the IPO of Ayden that processes payments for Facebook, Netflix en Spotify.
It’s great to be partners in crime with our Royal family; others involved in the 12 billion Euro Ayden IPO are Facebook-CEO Mark Zuckerberg (for how long will he remain?) and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey (through investment firm Iconiq Capital).

In a ridiculous twist Quote values the total value of the House of Orange at a mere 1 billion Euro (in Dutch): ... adyen.html

Mabel and Bernhard Jr. are certainly not the richest of the Dutch Royal family!

Posters in my home town expose Prince Bernhard Jr. with his 349 houses...
nu in amsterdam
bernhard van oranje
de prins met 349 huizen
geen sprookje
Firestarter wrote:
Sat Jan 12, 2019 5:20 pm
Of course we can’t expect our wonderful media to estimate the worth of these 590 “addresses” and the circuit in Zandvoort and Mediapark. I think it’s safe to estimate the net worth of the 590 addresses at more than 400 million Euros...
In 2009, Forbes magazine estimated Queen Beatrix’s (mother of now King Willem-Alexander) wealth at a low $200 million.

Just 10 years earlier, in 1999, Forbes estimated Queen Beatrix’s worth at £25 billion.
Noting that that a reliable calculation had been made impossible by the Dutch secrecy: ...

Yesterday it was announced that King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands invited President Donald Trump to visit the Netherlands for a World War II commemoration on 31 August this year in the “world famous” city of Terneuzen.

It´s a bit strange to invite the US president for this festivity as the operations were mostly by Canadian, British and Polish troops: ... therlands/

Since Prince Bernhard co-founded the Bilderberg “Group” in 1954, it´s been controlled by the Dutch Royal family.
None other than Donald’s son-in-law Jared Kushner attends this year’s Bilderberg meeting.

According to Swiss daily Tages Anzeiger, Donald’s Secretary of State “fat” Mike Pompeo is one of this year’s “secret” Bilderberg attendees in Switzerland: ... m-may-30th

Trump´s daughter Ivanka Kushner has repeatedly met and learned a lot from our greatly beloved Queen Maxima: ... her-109122

See the September 2018 video that includes Ivanka and Queen Maxima, organised by the World Bank:
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Royal thieves

Post by Firestarter » Tue Sep 10, 2019 5:06 pm

For the last 40 years, the Dutch taxpayer has paid double to maintain the furniture in the Noordeinde, Huis ten Bosch, Het Loo, and Soestdijk palaces.
This means that our beloved Royal family stole an additional more than 10 million euros from the Dutch taxpayer.

In 1978, then Prime Minister Dries van Agt started initiatives to buy furniture in the palaces from the Royal family.
From 1982 to 2009, the Dutch taxpayer bought palaces furniture above the market price (in the 1980s alone about 20 million guilders, adjusted for inflation about 17 million Euros). Since then, the Royal family has been using the furniture free of charge, while the government is responsible for maintaining the furniture.
According to Van Agt, the payments to the Queen should have decreased, but the head of state still receives compensation for the maintenance until this day.

In 1978, then Queen Juliana received 280,000 guilders for this maintenance.
This year, King Willem-Alexander gets 4.9 million euros for salary and “expenses” (just about all of his expenses are also paid by the taxpayer), of which around 320,000 euros is for palace furniture maintenance.

Government information service Rijksvoorlichtingsdienst first refused to answer NRC's questions about the maintenance and compensation and later simply denied the accusations.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte (who studied history with prins pils Willem-Alexander in Leiden) said that the payment of maintenance and restoration of the palaces is "terribly complicated", but he does not “think” the Royals did anything wrong.

Rutte has since promised an “investigation” into the affair: ... ars-report

King Willem-Alexander receives € 4.86 million per year of which 926.000 euro in salary.
Princesses Máxima and Beatrix receive 633,000 euro and an additional 1 million euro in “expenses” (that are all paid by the taxpayer).

Crown Princess Amalia will receive 263,000 euro in salary and another 1,232,000 euro for “expenses” when she turns 18 in 2021.
Officially the Royal family costs the taxpayer 43.3 million euro per year (in Dutch): ... aris-2019/

Because the wealth of the family is hidden through trust accounts and foundations it isn’t known how many billions the Dutch Royal family have stolen over the years.
According to prime ministers J. Cals and P. de Jong “[Ithe bulk of the Queen’s fortune is in low- or no-rendering goods like jewels and lands[/I]”.

The Queen’s Treasurer J. Baars (de Thesaurier der Koningin) knows – written more than 10 years ago when Beatrix was Queen - but won’t disclose ‘the secret’. The Queen’s Treasurer arranges all tax assessments for the complete Royal family (including members of the family like the De Bourbon de Parmes) with the director-general of the Tax Revenue Service, which is kept completely secret.
The Queen’s Treasurer Baars has 2 assistances R.M. Smits and J.G.A. Baron Sirtema van Grovestins and another 18 members of staff. Smits used to be financial attaché of the Netherlands Permanent Delegation at the NATO headquarters in Brussels and Sirtema van Grovestins was a board member of the Fortis Bank.

It is believed that Queen Wilhelmina set up Funds for each of her grandchildren, worth millions.
Queen Juliana in 1968, created the Fund Functional Costs House of Orange-Nassau “to provide financial supplements to each of the three youngest daughters of Her Majesty Queen Juliana, for the functional costs attached to their position as such”.
This means that Princesses Irene, Margriet and Christina get a handsome amount of money (even though they don’t receive a paycheck from the taxpayer, besides expenses).

All movable and personal properties (including royal jewels) were put into the Foundation Regalia of the House of Orange-Nassau.
State carriages and major valuables were put into the Foundation Crown Properties of the House of Orange-Nassau.
Works of art and the inventory of the royal palaces and residences were put into the Foundation Historic Collections of the House of Orange-Nassau.
Archives, libraries and personal items were put into the Foundation Archives of the House of Orange-Nassau.
It is not even known who serve on the boards of these foundations.

According to the State Budget the palace staff has some 315 members, paid from the Royal Household Service (that’s the taxpayer).
With the addition of the Kabinet der Koningin (Queen’s Office), Koninklijke Houtvesterij (Royal Forestry), the security from the Koninklijke Marechaussee and staff from the Rijksvoorlichtingsdienst (State Information Agency), there are almost 800 servants working directly for the Orange-Nassaus (most if not all paid for by the taxpayer).

In 1813, the income of the King was 1.5 million guilders per year.
In 1848, the income of the King was changed into 1 million guilders plus the revenues from the Crown Domains (so this was much higher).
Later the annual salary was changed to 600.000 guilders for King Willem III.
In 1928, this was doubled to 1.2 million guilders for Queen Wilhelmina.
in the 1950’s, this became 2.5 million guilders for the Queen.

In 1966, the way the finances of the Royal House were reported differently and another change came with the Act financial statute Royal House 1972. The essence of this is that the costs for the royal household aren’t reported as income of the Queen but paid by the state (the taxpayer) directly.
So while this looks like the Queen gets less, she instead received more...

While it’s claimed that King Willem-Alexander pays taxes, in reality there is no evidence that he does, and if he does only for a small part of his fortune: ... 14341.html
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