As suits an unpleasant bunch of people.
So for the benefit of him and his kind, should he (and they) ever come back here, I would like put the spotlight on what is probably the most useful (though certainly not the most common) clickable LABEL on this blog:
[The term Rottekaas means 'rotten cheese' - the Dutch are "Kaaskoppen" ('cheese heads') according to the Belgians, and were "Jan Kaes" ('John Cheese') to the English on the Eastern Seaboard. Jan Kaes eventually became 'Yankee' - the plural-seeming 's' termination was dropped once the word was Anglified.]
In the rubrique 'Rottekaas' you will find all my bile and venom towards the nation where I once lived, her repulsive natives, and their impact on the world. Personally I think it makes for some very enjoyable reading indeed.
I have not yet created a clickable label for my love and respect for that nation, or her pleasant non-repulsive natives. That's an oversight. Oh well.
Lastly, for any Rottekaas that visit this blog and are unaware of how they may go about finding out more about this blogger and his objectionable opinions, you should know that you are NOT at the most recent set of posts unless you see http://atthebackofthehill.blogspot.com/ in your address bar.
You probably came here as the result of a search. And if you are Dutch, the good lord only knows what kind of vile perversion you were looking for on the internet -- perhaps sex with horses or Turkish orphan rape, possibly anal-absorption of party drugs and illegal stimulants, maybe even rubber bycicle chains and adjustable wrenches used for auto-erotic purposes -- so the post that upset you quite likely will not be au courant. Just delete everything in your title bar till it looks like http://atthebackofthehill.blogspot.com/.
There are over sixteen hundred posts. Maybe you'll find something here that you like.
Or something that will make you apoplectic.
Gam zu le tova.
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