Such an outrage, but I don’t want to get outraged

I wrote an article yesterday about a work shop conducted by the UNHCR about the subject of humanitarian support for refugees, and it was banned from FB for being political, and I had to identify myself and to authorize the fact that I am spinning “political materials” in order to boost it for circulation.

That by itself is such an outrage.

One of my friends asked for a cashier cheque of $110 in order to renew her passport via the US consulate in Curacao, the bank charged $25.

That by itself is such an outrage.

In court this week, a skimming visitor who was identified and caught stood trial accused by a local bank for compromising a number of ATMs on the island, following complaints from customers that their accounts were attacked, and money missing.

I understand that video footage is very minimal, and that it would be difficult to prove the man guilty despite of the fact that circumstantial evidence point loudly at him. Apparently, the ATM cameras don’t work. Is our money protected?

That by itself is such an outrage.

(Get into the habit of looking at your bank statements, regularly)

The ONTVANGER Just sent me an Awg 2,375 Naheffingsaanslag, this would be number 24 Naheffingsaanslag this year, for a due amount I paid, minus fines, on time, on February 15th, 2019. I will write them a letter, but this thing will be hanging for years, I am sure, with no resolution, because the other 23 letters I wrote are hanging too, without resolution.

That by itself is such an outrage.

By October 1st, BBO/BAVP/AZV will need to be included in prices and not mentioned on receipts.

That by itself is such an outrage

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