According to PVV leader Geert Wilders, important operations of Henk and Ingrid are being postponed because ‘the ICs are mainly occupied by Mohammed and Fatima, who do not speak our language and do not respect the rules’. No, then The Hague on Wednesday evening during the ‘ushering in’ of the semi-lockdown. Breaking youngsters, packed in a tent.
I show my children the video as an example of how they should not become later on. The pinnacle of the I-shit-about-you mentality. Who actually doesn’t care about corona? And to think that Jesse Klaver thinks that all eighteen-year-olds in the Netherlands would spend a donation of 10,000 euros wisely …
Yet. Does Wilders have a point when it comes to the overrepresentation of Mohammeds and Fatimas in the ICs? Professor Armand Girbes, head of intensive care at the VU Medical Center in Amsterdam, said in a podcast that this is indeed the case in cities such as Utrecht, The Hague, Rotterdam and Gouda. His colleagues in the east and south of the country do not recognize this image, but the population there is also different, says Girbes. In other words, corona certainly affects people of color more often in the big cities.
In America, where the coronavirus has struck like a true terrorist, it is mainly blacks and Latinos who are affected. Currently, the virus does not discriminate on the basis of skin color, but the effects of an infection do hit these population groups there harder. It is no coincidence that their living conditions are of lesser quality anyway – for example, many black residents in American cities live in poorer homes and neighborhoods. Blacks and Latinos are also relatively more likely to have a so-called essential profession (such as hospital staff, supermarket shelves and parcel deliverers). They can often only do their job in the normal way and not safely from home.
Can we compare the situation in the US with that in the Netherlands? Wilders’ tweet not only stirs up ethno-politics in our country once again, but also presents us with an integration mirror. Essential professions in our country are also disproportionately exercised by biculturists. Just think of your cleaner at home; also in my area I hear women talking about the Moroccan, Brazilian or Nigerian cleaner. Nobody employs an Ingrid to clean toilets. Bi-cultural people are also overrepresented in healthcare. And not with a surgical knife in their hands, but literally, in the form of the hands on the bed.
Is this the emancipation of the integration model? The fact that almost all Albert Heijn employees in the big cities have a color, is a local reflection of society. But where does the native youth in a city like Amsterdam have a part-time job? Or does he not need that financially? After all, it is not the case that all major cities are inhabited solely by biculturists. But as long as they are an extraordinary majority as shelf fillers in the supermarket, we can still conclude that there is a dichotomy in society. If this trend continues, I can guarantee you one thing: Wilders’ buttocks will later be washed by Fatima, and not by Ingrid. And yours too.
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