The COPPPAL Decolonization Commission, to which 60 parties from 29 countries are affiliated, has received several complaints about the behavior of the Netherlands towards the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom.
On August 13, 2020, the organization of progressive political parties in Latin America and the Caribbean (COPPPAL) strongly denounces the way in which the Dutch government imposes conditions on Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten to qualify for Corona support.
The international austerity issue does not only concern Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten, but also the other derailed communities of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba (BES), thanks to privatizing their economies?
COPPPAL president Alejandro Moreno Cardenas has written to Prime Minister Mark Rutte. From Mexico City he emphasizes that COPPPAL “stands in solidarity with the struggle of our brothers and their peoples.”
Moreno Cardenas argues that the conditions affect the autonomy of the CAS countries and that the establishment by the Netherlands of a reform entity will turn the clock back. Fair elections in 2021 must be held and not postponed to serve the elite.
COPPPAL intends to convey its concerns to many international organizations including the UN and the EU. Moreno Cardenas calls on Rutte to seek a solution in dialogue with the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom.
Analysts conclude that the ABC Islands are held in a fabricated strangle hold in order to derail the fragile autonomous status and secretly side wind the colonial economies along the coast of Venezuela.
Human trafficking rings are used to supply the cheap labor market, leading to 60% of unemployment, after shutting down the largest oil refinery in the Caribbean. KLM kept on flying during the Corona epidemic, while Dutch military units occupied the island.
The tax evading Dutch hotels and restaurants do not support the islands economies in a proper way. The tourism industry has confiscated and privatized valuable real estate and other public properties in order to completely overrule citizens rights.
The Dutch occupiers dub the islands as corrupt, so it can bribe the politicians into signing dubious corporate contracts that deliver no return on investment. The debt tool is then used to extort the government to receive more lucrative contracts.
Good examples are the development of a new overpriced hospital build for Dutch retirees to come visit the island and support the tourism industry. Apartheid rules, while Dutch crime rings cash in on the very lucrative leisure business.
The new partly Turkish owned Corendon hotel was partially developed in a protected mangrove area and does not even allow locals to visit the premises, unless they pay half of a weekly salary.
Owners of Dutch vacation rental homes on Curacao avoid paying sales taxes in order to single handedly cash in millions of euro’s, proving that money laundering entities prevail on the island of Curacao.
When arriving at the HATO airport the renting vacationers declare that they will stay with friends in order to evade taxes and support the organized real estate crime rings.
Other resorts, such as Chogogo, Morena and Papagayo are even partially illegally build in conservation areas, with help of falsified maps, supported by retirement fund APC.
This is in contradiction with the EOP development law, leading to major traffic congestion, intentionally torturing derailing and terrorizing the livelihood of the local impoverished community.
The last satanic measure to finish of the local community will be the cancellation of Carnaval Festivities and the introduction of the US dollar as the reserve currency, leading to deportation of the last left over citizens.
ABC Flash Point Caribbean News 2020.