Arnhem South neighbourhood - 150 nationalities Apr 20, 2020 7:37:25 GMT -7
Post by pieter on Apr 20, 2020 7:37:25 GMT -7
Tensions rise during the corona crisis in this multi-cultural neighbourhood (Immerloo) in Arnhem South. Groups of youngsters clash and police and order maintainance crews (Orde handhavers) arrive to split the groups. Due to the corona crisis public gatherings are prohibited. This is not only a security risk but also a great health risk. The Dutch woman speaks in heavy Arnhem peoples dialect. She says: "They beat up my niece, my granddaugher, Look, I canalso bring my brother, these girls have an argument and then comes that brother between them? What is the meaning of that? Hey, come here! Yes, my daughter also, it is about one guy. What is the meaning of all this heah, I do not consider this normal, hear."
The roots of the conflict was a quarrel between 2 teenage girls which went completely out of hand. Welcome to the Dutch Bronx or LA South Central, because that is what this neighbourhood is. Fine discussions and words are exchanged, like: "Your cancer mother, cancer prostitute, cancer mother, cancer prostitute you have to die." One girl shouts: "Where is the police (to help us)". It is a neighbourhood with Dutch low educated working class people and a lot of migrants. What we label in the Netherlands as a typical "Peoples neighbourhood" (Volskwijk) in contrast with more quiet middle class subburbs and the upper class, middle class and mixed working class/middle class neighbourhoods in the North. But don't get me wrong the Northern neighbourhoods 't Broek, Klarendal and Geitenkamp had or have similar problems. Poor whites (uneducated workers and low educated workers, criminality, migrants, social problems, drugs and alcoholism). I don't want to label the South. You have excellent and decent hard working native Duch working class people and migrants there too. They suffer from the large social problems that exist there, comparable to American projects neighbourhoods and the French Banlieu. I am sure, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Belgium and Austria face the same problems and challenges.
Harsh reactions of native Dutch and migrant people. A Moroccan Dutch commdo army veteran who has experienced a lot of combats abroad states: "Beat them down these fools, the police must be very tough on these people." A lot of support for the police and calls for law and order in the replies.
You see that the police is acting disciplined
P.S.- "Cancer is the Dutch sear word for f***... Comparable to the swear words Cholera and Kurba in Polish."