Dutch Lawyer Facing Years behind Bars for Criticizing Mass Migration

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A female conservative lawyer from the Netherlands is facing legal prosecution on charges of “racism” and “inciting hatred” after she slammed mass migration in response to a video of a boy being thrown onto a railway track by migrant thugs.

Raisa Blommestijn received a letter ordering her to appear before a Dutch prosecutor at a court hearing on August 19th.

The charges Blommestijn is facing stem from comments she made on social media in response to a video of a Dutch boy being brutally kicked and punched before being thrown onto a Metro station train track in May last year.

“Yet another white man got kicked around in the street by a group of black primates. How many defenseless white people remain to become victims?” she wrote.

“Countless probably: the open borders elite is importing these people in droves, with all the consequences that entails.”

Blommestijn claims she was subjected to a four-hour police interrogation before she learned she would face prosecution.

“Until now, it was still unclear what would happen next with this case,” the lawyer said.

Modernity reports: The conservative warned that people were being “persecuted for their political opinions” and for opposing mass migration by a nation that is “pretending to be a democracy, a country with freedom of speech.”

Prominent conservatives being punished by authorities for expressing strong anti-mass migration views has become a common theme across Europe, with the state seeking to make an example of them in order to silence dissent.

Recently, a German politician was found guilty of ‘incitement’ by a district court after she posted a link to the government’s own statistics on crimes committed by migrants, specifically rape, and asked why they are so disproportionately high.

Three former members of Belgium’s right-wing ‘Nation’ party were also convicted for Facebook posts in which they compared the Brussels district of Molenbeek to Africa due to its massive non-native population and demanded the Belgian government put “our people first.”

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