1.0. The Dutch paradise
In many holy books it is written that every human can enter the paradise after death to enjoy there the delicious food, juicy virgin girls, lying down in the sun and many other supernatural pleasures. Many fanatics and extremists believe these fables and do everything to end up in the heaven of their holy books after death. This means working hard and suffering for them in this life.
But the sober Dutchman has written his own holy book, in which it is written that the holy duty of the ancient Dutch people is to establish the paradise of the whole universe in the dried and reclaimed polders of the Dutch territory. And hereby, as you can see for yourself, the Dutchman has accomplished this task successfully. Every original Dutchman is busy day and night accomplishing his holy duties and working fanatically to develop his holy birth-ground until it becomes a glorious and perfect paradise in which every bird can sing happily, and every fried fish can splash in a chemical-filled drum of water.
Yes, living in the Netherlands can truly be a pleasure from paradise.
1.1. Clogs, windmills, tulips, cheese, dunes and homosexuals
With a slice of cheese between both of their teeth, two Dutch homosexuals passionately embrace while walking through the dunes – with tulips in the hair and laughing loudly for having remembered a sexual adventure in the attic room of a Hague windmill.
Each summer this scene repeats itself. Maybe this is something typically Dutch. Worldwide Holland is known as the very small country with windmills, tulips, cheese and wooden shoes. What is true of this, and what is stereotype? The Dutchman himself does not worry about these things, because he only wants to hear, to taste, to smell – and to feel simple sounding euro coins. Because of this, every Dutchman only wants to do business, which automatically leads to the situation where every tourist has to return home with very expensive clogs, cheese, miniature windmills and a nice tulip. This is simply the ancient Dutch trading spirit;to get rewards and profits out from everything and to laugh silently at the stupidity of the foreigners.
One of the best-kept secrets of the Dutch people is their imperialistic thoughts. This is something that cannot be seen and can be discovered only after many years of living in the Netherlands. The Dutch ruled over approximately one-hundred-million lower evolved blacks during the colonial period for about four-hundred years. Even though slavery and colonial thinking are officially abolished, the strife created by imperialism has not changed in the stiff core of the collective consciousness of the people in Holland. There are hundreds of pure-blooded organizations of Dutch origin which have offices in all corners of the world, trying to get their share from the sneaky trade with native people. I do not turn down this mentality, because it is very positive if the Dutchman says Holland is small, think big. This way of thinking, seeing and living is one of the vital fundaments of the welfare in the Dutch paradise, which can be seen as a big achievement. I always take off my hat for the successful Dutchman, because I learned a lot from this mentality.
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