Dutch To Pay $200 Million In Slavery Reparations: Report

The Dutch government is reportedly planning to apologize for its past role in the slave trade and set up a fund for projects focused on the legacy of slavery

  • “Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte just promised to set up a €200 million fund for slavery reparations while the Dutch people can’t even afford to keep their houses warm this winter as a result of his policies,” reported Eva Vlaardingerbroe. “Get this man and his insane WEF agenda out of office. Now.”
  • The nation will continue to apologize for its role in slavery and set up a fund as big as 200 million euros, or $204 million
  • The prime minister’s office has yet to confirm the reports
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