Amsterdam police used batons and dogs on lockdown protesters over the weekend and Jordan Peterson wants you to pay attention

Jan 3rd

This was Amsterdam in the Netherlands over the weekend:

This was also Amsterdam over the weekend:

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A longer video:

YIKES!

They literally released the hounds on a bunch of protesters and then beat the crud out of them for the sin of believing that the government shouldn't be able to shut down everyone's lives.

It's all about pUbliC hEaLtH, right??

From Fox News:

Thousands of protesters in the Netherlands marched in the streets of Amsterdam on Sunday to protest the government's coronavirus prevention measures, ignoring a ban placed on the demonstrations.

The individuals involved in the demonstration were protesting new lockdown measures put in place by the government on Dec. 19, including the closure of all bars, restaurants, non-essential stores, and other entertainment venues.

Protesters marched despite the local government banning the protest because there was a concern of violence. An emergency order was later issued by Amsterdam Mayor Femke Halsema, which demanded the protesters leave the area of Museum Square.

This type of stuff is so prevalent these days that the news stories almost seems meh – just another blip in the daily news cycle.

The good Dr. Jordan Peterson, however, wants you to keep paying attention and not normalize this type of horrible stuff:

IS THIS WHERE WE'RE GOING?

I wish I could say no.

The Dutch are known for their tulips, windmills, and wooden shoes. Their nation is also the seat of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, where tyrants and murderers are tried for the abuse of human rights.

People want freedom. I don't think their governments are going to give it back.


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