The diplomatic world already knows about the political situation in the Netherlands, while the general public in our country remains in the dark. I have written two novels now, on what is going on in present day society: “Dag Licht” and “Kunst Verlichting“. As the Dutch press is not allowed to discuss these matters, please have a look at it yourself.
In December 2000, I witnessed a crime committed by Dutch state officials visiting Bangkok. When I saw who was involved in these pedophile activities, I decided to leave the scene and never tell anyone about it. Back then I believed, this was best for my country and for my own safety. For years, I thus protected the royal family, thinking it was the right thing to do. Despite my 100% silence, I had to face things, most people will not believe to be true, as agents tried to silence me. Since December 2000, I have been stalked a) in my neigbourhood (link), b) at work (link), c) with friends (link) and d) at professional services (link). The Dutch people are too good to let this continue, yet many government officials comply.
While I (having a strategy background) understand some actions are better left unsaid, I now changed my mind. The stories told in the press about political The Hague and the Dutch royal family, do not provide a realistic picture of what is going on. The cover-up of pedophile activities is even worse than the pedophile activities itself. I can no longer accept how a great country and fantastic people are lowered by widespread criminal activities of a royal government system. As a people, we do value human rights, democracy and a just society. Can we maintain a just society and a social-liberal economy, in which each and every person is granted human rights, when one cover-up is followed by the next? The answer is no and I know it.
- In 2010/2011, I wrote polite letters to politicians and agencies in The Hague, but my problems were not solved.
- In 2011, I wrote a book about the situations, but leaving the identity of the characters unknown, hoping it would end the problems.
- When the book didnot change anything for my day-to-day life, I simply reported it to the local police, still without letting the rest of the world know what was going on. The police didnot respond.
- Finally, when all these other options were explored, I sent out a statement to the press. Again, I received no reply.
- The next year, I sent whole files with evidence of me being stalked, to the Amsterdam Court of Justice, in an official “article 12” complaint, that the police were ignoring the evidence I was presenting them. It was denied.
- Finally, when all other options were explored, I opened this website (with the help of others) in a last attempt to do something about it. Even though I am not a journalist and I do not have a budget, this is what we do.
So what happened?
Until the present day, Maud Oortwijn is hunted down by numerous organizations in Dutch society, even though she is by no means a criminal nor a terrorist, or whatsoever. For years, she simply did not understand why or how this was happening to her, yet it became crystal clear that almost everyone around her was recruited for these ‘gang stalking’ activities. Maud realized her story was known by many, but it would simply be denied in the next cover-up. She’d even run the risk of wrongfully being committed to a mental institution! Who can believe something like this could happen in a country like the Netherlands? Doing nothing was also not an option. Over a period of more than 10 years Maud Oortwijn escaped multiple attempts at her life. In addition to that, she was threatened, wrongfully lost her job, was many times assaulted, was denied access to the education system, has been drugged and many more things: just to make sure she would ‘shut up’. All this is caused by one incident on 6 December 2000 in Bangkok, when she accidentally ran into the Dutch royal family who were having ‘fun’ with a 4-year old boy. Back then, she decided never to tell anyone about it.
When she grasped the full impact of cover-up activities in her country and the effect it has on so many people’s lives, including her own, she decided to do exactly the opposite. Secretly, without anyone knowing about it, she wrote the novel ‘Dag Licht’.
After writing her first novel, Maud Oortwijn assumed to be free again and that everything would change for the better in the Netherlands. She had not published the names of the main characters seen in Bangkok, yet the key players of the political circles in The Hague would know. In the next year, on the surface, she indeed noticed some changes in how Holland is run. But digging deeper, nothing has changed, nothing really. And the Dutch government still does not allow her to have a normal life. This was reason for Maud to reinvestigate the situation again.
Oortwijn learned how the Netherlands is a controlled society, with the government in The Hague maintaining a strong grip on the press, the parliament, and any assignment of persons to high positions in the legal system, government organizations, universities, and large Dutch corporations. This corrupt/controlling culture, which is typical for a pedocracy, now has expanded into the business world. The royal family of Orange is at the centre of it for almost two centuries now. Many government officials and business leaders tried to stop it, yet failed to do so. The problems that Oortwijn became aware of over the past decade, are going on for more than 30 years. The governance structure of our society has become a problem in itself (where instead it should facilitate a strong economy, decent democratic processes, and liberty and justice for all). Fortunately, many political and business leaders recognize this problem: it must stop. This is just not who we are as a people.