Dutch MP Found Dead After Alleged Muslim Gang Rape - MEDIA BLACKOUT
Member of the anti-immigrant Freedom Party who was critical about mass immigration
A Dutch MP and city councilor in The Hague has been found dead after allegedly being raped by a Muslim gang; the mainstream media has largely ignored the incident.
Willie Dille, 53, was a member of the anti-immigrant Freedom Party who was critical about mass immigration into the country.
Dille posted a video on Facebook days before she was found dead claiming Muslims gang-raped her as part of an intimidation campaign.
Dille reportedly ended her own life just two days after sharing the video on Social Media.
In the distressing video, which has now been removed by Facebook, she claimed to have been kidnapped and brutally raped by a Muslim gang.
Dille was an MP for the anti-immigrant Freedom Party from 2010-2012 and an outspoken critic of Islam.
Her suicide was confirmed by y local Freedom Party leader Karen Gerbrand who said that Dille “could no longer bear what had happened to her and the reactions she had had.”
In the video, Dille appears exceptionally distressed as she revealed that the Muslim rape gang demanded her silence during council debates.
She also revealed that she received death threats warning that “we will soon cut your throat and let you bleed to death."
“I want the world to know the truth. 15 March 2017 I was kidnapped, raped and assaulted by a group of Muslims because they wanted me to keep quiet in the Hague city council,” she said in the video.
“After it happened, I did not tell anyone, I just did my debates the next day.”
She then added she was leaving politics as she feared the Muslim gang would hurt her children.
“I cannot live with that. They don't like women at all. They don't like me at all,” she said. “That's why I decided to stop.”
August 9, 2018
Geschokt over het overlijden van Haagse PVV-raadslid Willie Dille. Mijn medeleven gaat uit naar de nabestaanden. Heb Geert Wilders en de PVV veel sterkte gewenst met dit zware verlies. Sta in nauw contact met burgemeester Pauline Krikke en J&V minister Ferdinand Grapperhaus.— Mark Rutte (@MinPres) August 9, 2018
Facebook removed the video shortly after it was posted online.
Local police confirmed Dille had approached the police about the alleged attack, but no action was taken to protect her.
“We have had multiple contacts with her, including recently,” police spokesperson Hilde Vijverberg told Dutch daily Algemeen Dagblad.
“There was the talk of rape. We offered her help and said we need a formal complaint and concrete evidence to start an investigation. But she did not make a formal complaint and we did not get any concrete information to enable us to launch an inquiry.”
Wilders then posted a statement on Twitter expressing his enormous "shock" of Dilles' death.
Back in 2016, Dille shared a video on facebook criticising Islam, but was censored for "hate speech."
Dille leaves behind a husband and four children.