ER Editor: Our thanks to colleague and contributor Michel van der Kemp for alerting us to this story and for keeping us abreast of the current implosion of the Dutch government. About Sigrid Kaag (minister of finance and first deputy prime minister in Rutte’s 4th government) quitting politics altogether for no good reason, Kemp has this to say:
Kaag was probably the most hated of the Rutte IV cabinet, because she really was the face of the WEF policies (Rutte always could hide behind the fact that you need to compromise in politics). Baudet pointed her out last year as having been educated at an English spy-school, after which the whole cabinet decided to leave parliament for the remainder of that debate.
A reminder that Rutte was the leader of the VVD party, Wopke Hoekstra the CDA and now Sigrid Kaag, the D66 (centrist, liberal-democratic) party. All 3 parties have suddenly lost their leaders.
This is Kaag’s World Economic Forum entry showing her globalist footprint:
MPhil in International Relations, Oxford University; Master’s in Middle East Studies, Exeter University. Has gathered a wealth of experience in the political, humanitarian and development affairs during career in Middle East, Geneva and New York. Formerly: with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Shell International; extensive experience on refugee and migration issues, serving with the International Organization for Migration (IOM), and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNWRA); Regional Director, Middle East and North Africa, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF); Assistant Secretary-General, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP); Undersecretary-General and Special Coordinator of the United Nations – Office for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (UN-OPCW) Joint Mission to eliminate the declared chemical weapons programme of the Syrian Arab Republic. December 2014, appointed Undersecretary-General and Special Coordinator for Lebanon by the UN Secretary-General. Recipient of awards and honours, including the Carnegie Wateler Peace Prize (November 2016); Honorary degree in Law, Exeter University (2014).
The article below is machine-translated.
First Dutch PM Rutte, now Sigrid Kaag (both Klaus-supporters) decided to flee Dutch politics .. pic.twitter.com/PefiwK7pRx
— Willem Middelkoop (@wmiddelkoop) July 12, 2023
Hurrah! Sigrid Kaag is leaving politics
D66 leader Sigrid Kaag, like Mark Rutte and Wopke Hoekstra, is ending her political career. For many Dutch people this will feel like a huge liberation. Remarkably enough, Kaag does not give the reason that she is demolishing her party according to the polls, but that she is treated so unfairly by all those wappies who do not understand how sensitive she is. Whatever. Kaag is gone! And that is cause for celebration.
At College Tour, Kaag already announced earlier this year that she was seriously considering leaving politics. “My daughters say, ‘It’s been great, Mom’. That’s also an important message. I always listen to my daughters,” she said in what is, of course, an absolute sign of weakness by passing the decision on to her children.
Well, she continues that line today in Trouw. There she announces that she is indeed quitting. And she does that because of all those rotwappies and to protect / meet her family.
“My work takes a toll on my family,” says Kaag in the interview, in which she pretends that she is the only politician worldwide to whom this applies. Because, says Kaag, people already have an opinion about her children before they know them. She wants something different for them. “That they can have their own experiences that are independent of what your mom or dad does or what people think of them.”
“I still find the work exciting and challenging to do,” Her Majesty continues. “It has been a special and wonderful experience since my return to the Netherlands. I have been minister of foreign trade and development cooperation and of foreign affairs, party leader, party leader, even three months in between party chairman, minister of finance and deputy prime minister. But now there are elections And then it is also good to pass on the baton.”
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