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Must tell lies

A European police force tried to bribe a major newspaper to stop it reporting the scale of crimes committed by asylum seekers.

The national police force in the Netherlands allegedly offered reporters other exclusive stories in exchange for keeping a set of controversial statistics on crimes committed by asylum seekers under wraps.

Why would the Dutch police do such a thing?

The incident appears to be part of a growing trend whereby European police forces are reluctant to make public any facts which could contribute to anti-immigration sentiment.

The truth must be suppressed -- for it doesn't serve the Narrative. This cultural suicide is not limited to the Dutch:

In Stockholm, Sweden, which is also struggling with increased crime rates, police have been formally banned from describing the ethnicity of suspects.

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