The Occupy Den Haag demonstration camp has been EVICTED
The Occupy Den Haag demonstration camp standing since 15-10-2011 in the International City of Peace and Justice, The Hague, The Netherlands, has been evicted by the Mayor Jozias van Aartsen on 13-7-2012.
Occupy has been suffering from harrasment, intimidation and violence caused by two persons the last two weeks. The police force of The Hague refused to give the original demonstrators protection to safely continue their ongoing peaceful Occupy demonstration in The Hague.
Mayor Jozias van Aartsen and the police force refused to talk to the original demonstrators after we asked for help on 7-7-2012 when we tried desperately to restore peace and order to the peaceful Occupy demonstration camp. We believe that the Mayor intentionally abused the law in such a way, just to evict the remaining peaceful Occupy demonstrators, instead of protecting them against violence and agressors.
This has been a blow to our democratic system in the Netherlands, where the police take active part to promote the continuation of violence against peaceful Occupy demonstrators by refusing to take action. And it all happened here in The Hague International City of Justice, or shall we call it International City of INjustice, because we all know the injustice that is happening worldwide, that is the main reason why we occupy.
To all remaining Occupations around the world stay strong let us all unite, for a better world. For great justice and peace, without hate, without fear, without discrimination, without corruption, without hunger and letting love rule!
The Hague International city of peace and justice, right!
“Better to die fighting for freedom then be a prisoner all the days of your life.” ― Bob Marley