Because the problems caused by the proliferation of rats in the Netherlands will continue to worsen considerably in the coming years, according to Bastiaan Meerburg, a researcher at Wageningen University, a large-scale study into the behavior of these rodents, so that a potential plague can be effectively avoided:
“I expect that the rat plague will really get a lot worse“, he said to the newspaper. “In Nijmegen and also in a number of other places you already see many rats. It is increasingly leading to problems.” Wageningen University expects that it will take several years to research how and where rats are moving, necessary to gain insight into exactly what municipalities can do to combat rats.
There are multiple reasons for the increase in rat populations in the country. “The Netherlands is increasingly densely populated and the cleanliness of the 60s and 70s is declining“, Meerburg said. A denser population means more waste, and where there’s waste, there are rats. “In addition, municipalities are investing less and less in maintaining the outdoor space. In this way you automatically create the situation that you will experience more inconvenience.” On top of that is the fact that rat poisons are increasingly being banned.
“At city level it is quite complicated to get a clear picture of how you can best respond to the presence of the rat. You have to determine the rhythm of the city, so to speak, to know how you can best intervene”, Meerburg said to the newspaper. For example, it is a good idea to immediately clean up any food left behind after a market or festival. “But you also have to look, for example, where a half-eaten falafel is discarded after a night out. And, for example, develop sensors with which you can quickly see where a sewer system has problems, because you know there are many rats there.”
These “European-style socialists” love to conduct “studies” rather than handling problems head-on. And political correctness forbids them to come out and state what the real cause of the “rat plague” actually is: migrant diversity. The fastest way to get rid of the rats and return to the “cleanliness” of the White 1960s and 1970s is to deport the Third World migrants, plain and simple. Problem solved.
But that, of course, is not an option, and the self-loathing Dutch would rather relive the Black Death of the Middle Ages and allow millions to die of a long-eraticated disease rather than admit that their glorious social experiment in diversity is literally going to kill people en masse. And if millions do get sick and die, and least they will have died for a “good cause”.
Apparently, migrant-friendly France is experiencing the same “rat plague” as the Netherlands: