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Stickers ‘Vizier Op Links’ pasted on front doors, Parliamentary questions about intimidation

Bellemakers was recently in the news because he had compared a meeting of FvD in Nijmegen with a Nazi meeting. He thinks that was the reason to put the sticker on his front door. It is not known how many people received the sticker. The SP wants to know how the Ministers of the Interior and Justice are going to protect them.

“I experience it as threatening. I am used to online threats, but this goes a step further,” said Bellemakers, “This gives an unsafe feeling, also for my girlfriend, that someone comes to your house.”

Bellemakers went to the police. “But you cannot report it, because it is not a crime. Harassment itself is not a criminal offense. The police will keep an extra eye on it. When I call they come immediately and the mayor has been informed.”

Coordinated action

Vizieroplinks.org is an online action group. The activists want to “break left-wing hegemony and map left-wing networks, conflicts of interest and subsidy structures”. It is not clear who is behind the site and social media accounts.

Bellemakers wonders whether there is a coordinated action behind the stickers. “Is there a pattern? That someone said: ‘You are going to stick those stickers?’ Or are they individual people who order such a sticker themselves?”

Visor On Left has on Twitter responded: “The stickers from Vizier Op Links are playful and freely available. Thousands of them have already been sent, literally. A bit complicated to charge us for each individual sticker.”



Stickers ‘Vizier Op Links’ pasted on front doors, Parliamentary questions about intimidation
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