It is not surprising that the events dedicated to the Holocaust victims memory were not honoured by the presidents of Poland, Baltic countries, and Ukraine. Volodimir Zelenskyy came to Israel but did not go to the world forum to combat anti-Semitism. The point here is not only the long-standing anti-Semitism common in these countries. All these states are infected with Russophobia. They are trying to present the defeat of Nazi Germany as a simple change of one occupation to another – German to Soviet. The thesis of a “war on two fronts,” against the “two totalitarian regimes” unites Warsaw and Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn. Kyiv joined them as well.
Martijn, Dutch society of pedophiles, disbanded in 2014, planned to set up an organisation “Party of love, freedom, diversity of loved ones” in 2020. These dead pedophiles rose again and started to fight for the legalization of sex with children. They want to run in the elections to be plunged in this obscenity officially. Pedophiles’ lobby defiled everything in the Netherlands including the royal crown, therefore nobody is surprised that pedophiles front continues its activity this year.
The story in Georgian pro-Kremlin outlets is a direct translation of stories published in Russian media on pedophilia in the Netherlands. Identical narratives appeared on Ren TV, NTV, Vzglyad and others. Zavtra.ru even assessed the story as "pedophiles' attempt of state-capture."
Martijn and Party for Neighbourly Love, Freedom, and Diversity (PNLVD) are both controversial and marginal organizations and have no support among the Dutch population. Martijn was banned by the Dutch Supreme Court in 2014 and in 2015 ECHR rejected their complaint. In 2006, 82% of the Dutch population wanted the government to outlaw the PNLVD. The article from Dutch RTL, cited by Ren TV [02:12 - 02:25] as proof of paedophile party's re-establishment, is, in fact, an article saying that Dutch prosecutor's office launched an investigation against the association. Ren TV describes the demands of Martijn and does not show the full picture of the persecution. Martijn's controversial demands are portrayed as a norm and general policy of the EU member country.
As for the royal crown, Martijn published the photos of the royal family on their website in 2007. The court ordered to remove the photos and fined the association €5,000 every time photos of children of the royal family are placed on the site again.