Are you Kidding? Dutch Court OKs ‘Pedophile’ Political Party


Talk about setting the bar low as to setting your standards. Dutch judge ok’s the go ahead of a “pedophile” political party, the  PNVD party, the Dutch abbreviation of Brotherly Love, Freedom and Diversity. There’s one voting block no one  need to pander to.  The judge said “it was the voters’ right to judge the appeal of political parties.” And the platform of this political party you ask? Their goal is to lower the age of sexual consent from 16 to 12.

So pedophiles have rights in The Netherlands … do children?

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    3 Responses to “Are you Kidding? Dutch Court OKs ‘Pedophile’ Political Party”

    1. koen on September 23rd, 2006 3:44 pm

      I’m dutch, and i understand the courts ruling.

      I think you have to remember that this party will never get more than a 1000 votes in a population of 16.4 million. Most Dutch people have been appalled by their stance. However, it is their constitutional right to form a political party. In the Netherlands, a new political party has to pay 10.000 euro’s in order to be acredited, which this party probably will not be able to do in the next elections anyway.

      As we Dutch people say: it’s a storm in a glass of water

    2. theresa on August 7th, 2007 10:25 am

      this makes me so sad….children have no rights and are there for the convenience for some of the dutch. writing this disgusts me!!

    3. Lily on August 6th, 2008 7:08 am


      It certainly would seem that way at a glance. If you read more into it though, you will find I think that there is both wisdom in the court’s ruling and comfort to be taken in the sentiment of the Dutch people. A public opinion poll had 82% of the people wanting the government to stop the party from being allowed to exist. Additionally 67% felt that promoting phedophilia should be made illegal.

      There are only three members in this so called political party- because of their “campaign” it was brought to the public’s attention that one of them was several years ago in a lot of trouble for molesting an 11 yr old boy. His neighbors were so outraged he was run out of town (more specifically his trailer).

      As Koen mentioned, they will never, ever get 1000 votes. This is due to the very nature of their reason for existance. Who but other pedophiles would vote for such things? No one of course. Pedophiles, although I’m sure they’d like it to happen, aren’t going to line up in the square to sign a document supporting it. They try very hard to hide being pedophiles, because that is the only way they can continue being pedophiles in peace. They do not want to be run out of their homes, publically scorned or jailed for their twisted thoughts and actions. Signing their name to such a document is tantamount to suicide, their names made public will ensure they never get close to another child as long as they live. Think about it- every school, business and neighborhood would get their hands on that list.

      As for the court’s decision, I think it was done to protect the rights of all Dutch citizens. The courts know that this filth will never win any amount of public approval worth worrying about, so there is no harm in allowing them to try. And there is potential harm in stopping them. It would violate their rights, and as much as everyone might be ok with that (myself included) if their rights can be violated, if a court can decide they cannot speak because the court does not like what they say, it opens the door for future situations where the government holds the power to silence anyone whose opinions they do not like. Then where is democracy?

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