samedi 21 mai 2011

Netherlands: Loosing the crown for Mabel


Prince Johan Friso van Oranje-Nassau, Count of Orange-Nassau born September 25, 1968, is the second son of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands and Prince Claus von Amsberg German consort.
         On April 24, 2004, he made the mistake of marrying Mabel Wisse Smit. This marriage entered into without the advice of the Dutch parliament has lost the Prince Johan Friso its rights to the throne and his title of Prince of the Netherlands.
        
A graduate of Economics and Political Science at the University of Amsterdam, Mabel Wisse Smit was born August 11, 1968 at Pijnacker Netherlands is accused of not being a model of moral probity.
         She is accused in particular of having been the mistress of former ambassador of Bosnia-Herzegovina to the United Nations, Mohammed Sacirbey in 1992, accused of embezzling $ 600,000 into the account of the Bosnian Mission to the UN during the 2000.
         She then allegedly attended a "godfather" of the Dutch midfielder, Haas Bruinsma who was murdered in 1991. According to the Dutch Constitution, the government is responsible for the words and deeds of the Queen and her heirs.
        
Queen Beatrix herself had sparked riots in the '60s by marrying a German diplomat whose father had been sympathetic to the Third Reich.
        
More recently, the crown faced a media storm when it was revealed that Jorge Zorreguieta, the father of Maxima Zorreguieta Cerutti, wife of Crown Prince Willem Alexander Claus George Ferdinand van Oranje-Nassau since 2002, was Minister of Agriculture Argentine dictator, General Jorge Rafael Videla was sentenced to life in prison and locked up at Campo de Mayo since October 2008.
        
In short, it is a logical continuation of the history of the House of Orange-Nassau, who rules the Netherlands since the sixteenth century with Prince William I of Orange to the Queen Beatrix (Wilhelmina van Oranje Armgard -Nassau).

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