February 11, 2022 – 7:40 pm – the world
Geert Wilders, leader of the right-wing PVV party in the Netherlands, received a mail containing a message from PostNL, with the handwritten text “More Moroccans! More Muslims!”. PostNL responded on Twitter by saying this was “unacceptable” and that the incident would be investigated.
The handwritten note was in a journal for the Jokos Carnival Society in Venlo. It was wrapped in plastic wrap and inside was the note. “Hi PostNL, someone is in my post and on my message,” Wilders wrote on Twitter on Wednesday.
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telegraph He writes that PostNL does not know how the text in the post ended up. By investigating this issue, the postal company hopes to gain more insight into the matter. Drukkerij Knoops first prints and stamps the magazine, then goes to Business Post, an organization of cooperating postal companies. The manager of the printing company Knoops does not believe that one of his employees wrote on the note.
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The Carnival Society announces that Wilders will receive the magazine because he is a donor to the association. They are convinced that their employees have nothing to do with this and think it is a “bad thing”. At the same time, they also say that it will be difficult to know exactly where this happened and who is responsible.
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