• The Netherlands Antilles

    GeographyArea: 960 sq. km. (597 sq. mi.); more than five times the size of Washington, DC; five islands divided geographically into the Windward Islands (northern) group (Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten) and the Leeward Islands (southern) group (Bonaire and Curaçao). Cities: Capital--Willemstad (metropolitan). Islands: Curaçao (pop. 141,766) Sint Maarten (40,917), Bonaire (12,877), Sint Eustatius (2,768), Saba (1,601). Terrain: Generally hilly, volcanic interiors. Climate: Tropical; ameliorated by northeast trade winds. People / Nationality: Noun and adjective--Dutch. Population (2009): 199,929./ Annual population growth rate (2009): 0.73%. Ethnic groups: Mixed black 85%, other 15% (mixed Latin American, white, East Asian). Religions: Roman Catholic (72%), Pentecostal (4...

    published: 25 May 2010
  • Irving Roosburg, Manager of the Government, Netherlands Antilles

    Mr. Irving T. Roosburg, Information Manager of the Government, Netherlands Antilles vertelt over SmartReading. Business School Netherlands

    published: 05 Apr 2014
  • JULIAN ROLLOCKS STRICTLY BUSINESS judith roumou

    JULIAN ROLLOCKS STRICTLY BUSINESS ST MAARTEN NETHERLANDS ANTILLES judith roumou

    published: 17 Jul 2009
  • Netherlands Antilles

    The Netherlands Antilles (Dutch: Nederlandse Antillen [ˈneːdərˌlɑntsə ɑnˈtɪlə(n)] ( ), Papiamentu: Antia Hulandes), also referred to informally as the Dutch Antilles, was an autonomous Caribbean country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Although the country has now been dissolved, all of its constituent islands remain part of the kingdom under a different legal status and the term is still used to refer to these Dutch Caribbean islands. The Netherlands Antilles consisted of two distinct island groups. The ABC Islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao are located in the southern Caribbean Sea, just off the Venezuelan coast. The SSS islands of Sint Maarten (actually a territory covering a bit less than half an island), Saba, and Sint Eustatius are in the Leeward Islands southeast of the Vi...

    published: 07 Aug 2014
  • Holland vs the Netherlands

    Help support videos like this: http://www.cgpgrey.com/subbable CGPGrey T-Shirts: http://goo.gl/1Wlnd Go eat some hagelslag: http://goo.gl/Cfsd6 Trust me. Website: http://goo.gl/qy3x2 This is a 0.0.1 error update. I simply could not live with the reversed flags in the previous version. Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/cgpgrey Google+: http://plus.google.com/115415241633901418932/posts Tumblr: http://cgpgrey.tumblr.com/

    published: 22 Dec 2012
  • Bonaire, Dutch Antilles 2011

    Visit: http://webtravelmap.com Hello You Tube users! Thank you for watching this video! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­------------------------------- *Description* The video speaks for itself :-) Enjoy! About Bonaire: Like any other country, Bonaire has a unique sights which makes this country unique travel destination in the world! We sincerely hope this wonderful video will help people to recognize beauty of this country and encourage them to explore as much as possible. Selecting and watching this video is just beginning of your journey. For more information on tourism and travel in Bonaire, you can visit our Bonaire web page: http://www.webtravelmap.com/country.php?cid=38 ----------------------------------------------------------...

    published: 24 May 2012
  • St. Maarten

    Sint Maarten (Dutch pronunciation: [sɪnt ˈmaːrtə(n)]) is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It encompasses the southern half of the Caribbean island of Saint Martin, while the northern half of the island constitutes the French overseas collectivity of Saint-Martin. Its capital is Philipsburg. Its population is 37,000 on 34km2. Before 10 October 2010, Sint Maarten was known as the Island Territory of Sint Maarten (Dutch: Eilandgebied Sint Maarten), and was one of five island territories (eilandgebieden) that constituted the Netherlands Antilles. In 1493, during Christopher Columbus' second voyage to the West Indies, upon first sighting the island he named it Isla de San Martín after Saint Martin of Tours because it was 11 November, St. Martin's Day. However, though he...

    published: 20 Jul 2014
  • Landing at Hato Airport - Curacao (Netherlands Antilles)

    Landing at Hato Airport - Curacao (Netherlands Antilles). Boeing 737-800. IATA: CUR - OACI: TNCC. Flight Simulator X.

    published: 27 May 2015
  • Plaza Hotel Curacao - Curacao - Netherlands Antilles

    Find the best deal for Plaza Hotel Curacao : http://bit.ly/1HyHowT Welcome to Plaza Hotel Curacao and Casino, unmistakably the most well known hotel in downtown Willemstad. Built on the 17th century Waterfort at the entrance of the natural St. Anna Bay harbor, the Plaza Hotel Curacao stands tall presiding over the vibrant historical city centre. Within walking distance of the cultural and historical attractions, main shops and offices, terraced cafes and restaurants, the Plaza Hotel is ideal for both the leisure and business traveler. . Upon arrival in the hotel lobby, the soothing sounds of cascading water and gently whirling ceiling fans, already welcomes our guest to the relaxing Caribbean flavor. Your experience will be further enhanced when entering your hotel room. Here at Plaza H...

    published: 22 Nov 2014
  • LifeVantage Opportunity 2016 - Full Overview

    The secret is out! Our company is doing business in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the British Virgin Islands. We will be launching in the Netherlands and the Dutch Antilles very soon, so we are looking for business minded people to help us open up all of these markets.

    published: 05 Apr 2016
  • Sabadeco Crown Terrace 109, Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean Antilles

    For more information see: http://www.caribbeanhomesbonaire.com/object/403/Sabadeco-Crown-Terrace-109

    published: 20 Apr 2015
  • Offshore Banking for Your Personal and Financial Privacy

    Why Consider Offshore Banking for Your Personal and Financial Privacy in this Post 9 / 11 Era? In this post 9 / 11 era you should consider offshore banking as a means of protecting your own and your family's personal and financial data and records from prying eyes. The point is, by moving assets offshore, you regain control. Within the United States, you must play according to federal rules — rules that get a little less citizen-oriented every year. Offshore, there are entire jurisdictions organized to play by your rules. You design the game, and you get to be the winner. There are major concerns concerning privacy. You will hear a staggering number of horror stories from people whose lives have been indelibly marked by corporate and governmental intrusion. If you're like many...

    published: 27 Jan 2014
  • CuracaoON 88 BuyWise

    Buy Wise is a company at Curacao, Netherlands Antilles +599 9 465 0388 +599 9 465 9555 buywisecuracao@gmail.com

    published: 12 Oct 2015
  • We Are Just A Dustball, The Entrepreneur Monk, David Samuel, Bonaire, Dutch Antilles

    David Samuel, The Entrepreneur Monk, presents thoughts and methods of attaining Emotional Freedom and Independence. Practical ideas to improve ones personal development as well as relationships and business success. Become emotionally independent, free of anger and negative emotions, and especially free of being emotionally manipulated.

    published: 18 Jan 2014
  • Mike Robert Ek and Leela Hartong Nasty Scammers in Curacao, Netherland Antilles

    Watch out for these two scammer criminals they steal money from innocent people. Landlords, investors alike... Both Mike R Ek and Leela Sintho Hartong fear any real work. So they prey on innocent hard working people to lift money out of their pockets with various scams. They were last seen in Curacao, Netherland Antilles but are drifting all over the place, so could be anywhere at all. Don't believe their lies, if you see them, do not do business with these two fraudsters. There are pictures at the end of the video so you can see what they look like. Please be carefull unless you want them to move into your property and not pay rent for months at a time or trick you with a investment scam.

    published: 17 Jan 2014
  • Small Private Jet Lands in SXM

    A small private jet comes in for a landing at Princess Juliana International Airport in St Maarten, Netherlands Antilles.

    published: 18 Jan 2013
The Netherlands Antilles

The Netherlands Antilles

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GeographyArea: 960 sq. km. (597 sq. mi.); more than five times the size of Washington, DC; five islands divided geographically into the Windward Islands (northern) group (Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten) and the Leeward Islands (southern) group (Bonaire and Curaçao). Cities: Capital--Willemstad (metropolitan). Islands: Curaçao (pop. 141,766) Sint Maarten (40,917), Bonaire (12,877), Sint Eustatius (2,768), Saba (1,601). Terrain: Generally hilly, volcanic interiors. Climate: Tropical; ameliorated by northeast trade winds. People / Nationality: Noun and adjective--Dutch. Population (2009): 199,929./ Annual population growth rate (2009): 0.73%. Ethnic groups: Mixed black 85%, other 15% (mixed Latin American, white, East Asian). Religions: Roman Catholic (72%), Pentecostal (4.9%), Protestant (3.5%), Seventh-Day Adventist (3.1%), Jehovahs Witness (1.7%), other Christian (4.2%), Jewish (1.3%), other (1.2%), none (5.2%). Languages: Dutch (official), Papiamento predominates, English is widely spoken, Spanish. Education: Literacy--96.7% Curaçao; 96.3% Netherlands Antilles (2003). Health: Infant mortality rate--6.1 deaths/1,000 live births; 62.6 live births per 1,000 women 15 to 44 years old. Life expectancy--female, 79.9 yrs.; male, 72.8 yrs.Work force (95,000; 2009): Agriculture--1%; industry--15%; services--84%. Bonaire With origins similar to Curaçao, Bonaire was captured by the Dutch in 1634, and was a granary for the Dutch East Indian Company until 1791, when the government reclaimed control. Sint Eustatius The first settlement in Sint Eustatius was established in 1636 and changed hands between the Dutch, French, and Spanish 22 times in its history. In the 18th century the island became a duty-free port for overburdened colonizers shipping back to the homeland, which propelled it into a major port with rapid population growth that lost momentum after the American-British peace treaty in 1783. Saba Columbus was the first to sight Saba, but it was the Dutch who colonized the island in 1640 with a party from Sint Eustatius. Because of its difficult terrain, the island's growth progressed slowly, and it remains the least populated island in the Dutch Kingdom. Sint Maarten The Dutch were the first to colonize Sint Maarten in 1631, but within 2 years the Spanish invaded and evacuated the settlers. The Dutch failed in an attempt to regain the island in 1644, but 4 years later the Spanish abandoned the island of their own accord. In 1648 the island was divided between the Dutch and the French; however, complete control of the island was seized numerous times in a series of conflicts. The British became involved as well, taking power for 6-year and 10-year stints. Finally, in 1817, the current partition line between Dutch and French was established. The island flourished under a slave-based plantation economy and the exportation of salt until abolition of slavery in 1863. Unification In 1845 the Dutch Windward islands united with Curaçao, Bonaire, and Aruba in a political unit. The islands' economy remained weak until the 20th century, when oil was discovered in Venezuelas Lake Maracaibo and a refinery was established on Curaçao. In addition, during the same period, an offshore financial sector was created to serve Dutch business interests. Since 1954, the federation of the Netherlands Antilles (Curacao, Bonaire, Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten), which is a constituent part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, has been semi-autonomous in most internal affairs. The Kingdom retains authority over foreign affairs, defense, final judicial review, and "Kingdom matters" including human rights and good governance. Aruba was part of this federation until January 1, 1986, when it gained a separate status within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. About 85% of Curacao's population is of African derivation. The remaining 15% is made up of various races and nationalities, including Dutch, Portuguese, North Americans, natives from other Caribbean islands, Latin Americans, Sephardic Jews, Lebanese, and Asians. Roman Catholicism predominates, but several other religions are represented, which include Anglican, Jewish, Muslim, Protestant, Mormon, Baptist, Islam, and Hindu. The Jewish community is the oldest in the Western Hemisphere, dating back to 1634. While faltering economic conditions caused the Netherlands Antilles to experience high rates of migration by citizens to the Netherlands from 1998-2002, this trend has largely been reversed in recent years.
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Irving Roosburg, Manager of the Government, Netherlands Antilles

Irving Roosburg, Manager of the Government, Netherlands Antilles

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Mr. Irving T. Roosburg, Information Manager of the Government, Netherlands Antilles vertelt over SmartReading. Business School Netherlands
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JULIAN ROLLOCKS STRICTLY BUSINESS judith roumou

JULIAN ROLLOCKS STRICTLY BUSINESS judith roumou

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JULIAN ROLLOCKS STRICTLY BUSINESS ST MAARTEN NETHERLANDS ANTILLES judith roumou
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Netherlands Antilles

Netherlands Antilles

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The Netherlands Antilles (Dutch: Nederlandse Antillen [ˈneːdərˌlɑntsə ɑnˈtɪlə(n)] ( ), Papiamentu: Antia Hulandes), also referred to informally as the Dutch Antilles, was an autonomous Caribbean country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Although the country has now been dissolved, all of its constituent islands remain part of the kingdom under a different legal status and the term is still used to refer to these Dutch Caribbean islands. The Netherlands Antilles consisted of two distinct island groups. The ABC Islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao are located in the southern Caribbean Sea, just off the Venezuelan coast. The SSS islands of Sint Maarten (actually a territory covering a bit less than half an island), Saba, and Sint Eustatius are in the Leeward Islands southeast of the Virgin Islands near the northern end of the Lesser Antilles, approximately 800–900 kilometers (500–560 miles) northeast of the ABC Islands. The Dutch colonized the various islands in the 17th century and united them in the new constituent state of the Netherlands Antilles in 1954. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Holland vs the Netherlands

Holland vs the Netherlands

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Help support videos like this: http://www.cgpgrey.com/subbable CGPGrey T-Shirts: http://goo.gl/1Wlnd Go eat some hagelslag: http://goo.gl/Cfsd6 Trust me. Website: http://goo.gl/qy3x2 This is a 0.0.1 error update. I simply could not live with the reversed flags in the previous version. Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/cgpgrey Google+: http://plus.google.com/115415241633901418932/posts Tumblr: http://cgpgrey.tumblr.com/
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Bonaire, Dutch Antilles 2011

Bonaire, Dutch Antilles 2011

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Visit: http://webtravelmap.com Hello You Tube users! Thank you for watching this video! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­------------------------------- *Description* The video speaks for itself :-) Enjoy! About Bonaire: Like any other country, Bonaire has a unique sights which makes this country unique travel destination in the world! We sincerely hope this wonderful video will help people to recognize beauty of this country and encourage them to explore as much as possible. Selecting and watching this video is just beginning of your journey. For more information on tourism and travel in Bonaire, you can visit our Bonaire web page: http://www.webtravelmap.com/country.php?cid=38 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­------------------------------- *Disclaimer* We do not own this video, it is posted only for promotion and presentation of the country and all rights belong to their respective owners. Thank you for reading this.
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St. Maarten

St. Maarten

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Sint Maarten (Dutch pronunciation: [sɪnt ˈmaːrtə(n)]) is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It encompasses the southern half of the Caribbean island of Saint Martin, while the northern half of the island constitutes the French overseas collectivity of Saint-Martin. Its capital is Philipsburg. Its population is 37,000 on 34km2. Before 10 October 2010, Sint Maarten was known as the Island Territory of Sint Maarten (Dutch: Eilandgebied Sint Maarten), and was one of five island territories (eilandgebieden) that constituted the Netherlands Antilles. In 1493, during Christopher Columbus' second voyage to the West Indies, upon first sighting the island he named it Isla de San Martín after Saint Martin of Tours because it was 11 November, St. Martin's Day. However, though he claimed it as a Spanish territory, Columbus never landed there, and Spain made the settlement of the island a low priority. The French and Dutch, on the other hand, both coveted the island. While the French wanted to colonize the islands between Trinidad and Bermuda, the Dutch found San Martín a convenient halfway point between their colonies in New Amsterdam (present day New York) and Brazil. With few people inhabiting the island, the Dutch easily founded a settlement there in 1631, erecting Fort Amsterdam as protection from invaders. Jan Claeszen Van Campen became its first governor, and soon thereafter the Dutch East India Company began their salt mining operations. French and British settlements sprang up on the island as well. Taking note of these successful colonies and wanting to maintain their control of the salt trade, the Spanish now found St. Martin much more appealing. The Eighty Years' War which had been raging between Spain and the Netherlands provided further incentive to attack. Spanish forces captured Saint Martin from the Dutch in 1633, seizing control and driving most or all of the colonists off the island. At Point Blanche, they built what is now Old Spanish Fort to secure the territory. Although the Dutch retaliated in several attempts to win back St. Martin, they failed. Fifteen years after the Spanish conquered the island, the Eighty Years' War ended. Since they no longer needed a base in the Caribbean and St. Martin barely turned a profit, the Spanish lost their inclination to continue defending it. In 1648, they deserted the island.
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Plaza Hotel Curacao - Curacao - Netherlands Antilles

Plaza Hotel Curacao - Curacao - Netherlands Antilles

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Find the best deal for Plaza Hotel Curacao : http://bit.ly/1HyHowT Welcome to Plaza Hotel Curacao and Casino, unmistakably the most well known hotel in downtown Willemstad. Built on the 17th century Waterfort at the entrance of the natural St. Anna Bay harbor, the Plaza Hotel Curacao stands tall presiding over the vibrant historical city centre. Within walking distance of the cultural and historical attractions, main shops and offices, terraced cafes and restaurants, the Plaza Hotel is ideal for both the leisure and business traveler. . Upon arrival in the hotel lobby, the soothing sounds of cascading water and gently whirling ceiling fans, already welcomes our guest to the relaxing Caribbean flavor. Your experience will be further enhanced when entering your hotel room. Here at Plaza Hotel Curacao we offer a -view with a room-. Our location offers a view at every angle, the historical city centre, the coastal view, and the horizon of the Caribbean Sea. . Whether its savoring a unique dining experience, relaxing by the pool or simply enjoying an exotic cocktail while watching the Caribbean sunset in our Shooters Poolbar, our facilities provide you with the possibilities to feel at ease during your stay. Our staff at the entertainment desk is more than willing to provide you with the necessary information and tips for any outdoor excursions or activities you would like to undertake. Find the best deal for Plaza Hotel Curacao : http://bit.ly/1HyHowT
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LifeVantage Opportunity 2016 -  Full Overview

LifeVantage Opportunity 2016 - Full Overview

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The secret is out! Our company is doing business in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the British Virgin Islands. We will be launching in the Netherlands and the Dutch Antilles very soon, so we are looking for business minded people to help us open up all of these markets.
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Sabadeco Crown Terrace 109, Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean Antilles

Sabadeco Crown Terrace 109, Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean Antilles

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Offshore Banking for Your Personal and  Financial  Privacy

Offshore Banking for Your Personal and Financial Privacy

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Why Consider Offshore Banking for Your Personal and Financial Privacy in this Post 9 / 11 Era? In this post 9 / 11 era you should consider offshore banking as a means of protecting your own and your family's personal and financial data and records from prying eyes. The point is, by moving assets offshore, you regain control. Within the United States, you must play according to federal rules — rules that get a little less citizen-oriented every year. Offshore, there are entire jurisdictions organized to play by your rules. You design the game, and you get to be the winner. There are major concerns concerning privacy. You will hear a staggering number of horror stories from people whose lives have been indelibly marked by corporate and governmental intrusion. If you're like many Americans, you probably assume that the Constitution ensures your unalienable right to privacy. Unfortunately, you're wrong. The Fourth Amendment — the national guarantee most often cited when people talk about confidentiality — specifies only that "the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause....". The men of 1787 who drafted this legal tenet clearly meant to protect privacy as it pertained to property. They wanted a right to unthreatened ownership of land and personal possession. Our founding fathers lived in a world where people shared common norms of morality. They didn't need to sort through the questions that plague a global information-service economy. They didn't need to worry about how one man might decide to use (or share) private financial information about another. They didn't foresee an era in which sophisticated communication systems could instantaneously interact, calling up, comparing and exchanging information about you or me within a matter of several seconds. In other words, they didn't foresee the 21st century post 9 /11. Today, the greatest threat to your individual privacy has nothing to do with property theft. It has to do with access to information about you and your activities. Where you live and work, the names of your children, your medical and psychiatric history, your arrest record, the phone numbers you dial, the amount of money you earn, the way you earn it, and how you report it to Uncle Sam after if s yours — these are the information tidbits that will undoubtedly remain stored in lots of different places as long as you keep your money within U.S. borders. An offshore financial involvement offers youand your family the one and only escape from this government-endorsed conspiracy. Just as you can legitimately make more money oversees than you could ever hope to earn in this country, you can also look forward to enjoying your foreign profits in an atmosphere of complete confidentiality. In money havens scattered from Hong Kong west to Aruba and south to the Netherlands Antilles, you can benefit from iron-clad secrecy laws that strictly forbid any bureaucratic review of your personal financial records. That means you can legally guard your assets from the overzealous inspection that has become part and parcel of U.S. banking and investment portfolio management. Visit www.globalbankingandfinance.com to learn more about offshore banking.
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CuracaoON 88 BuyWise

CuracaoON 88 BuyWise

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Buy Wise is a company at Curacao, Netherlands Antilles +599 9 465 0388 +599 9 465 9555 buywisecuracao@gmail.com
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We Are Just A Dustball, The Entrepreneur Monk, David Samuel, Bonaire, Dutch Antilles

We Are Just A Dustball, The Entrepreneur Monk, David Samuel, Bonaire, Dutch Antilles

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David Samuel, The Entrepreneur Monk, presents thoughts and methods of attaining Emotional Freedom and Independence. Practical ideas to improve ones personal development as well as relationships and business success. Become emotionally independent, free of anger and negative emotions, and especially free of being emotionally manipulated.
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Mike Robert Ek and Leela Hartong Nasty Scammers in Curacao, Netherland Antilles

Mike Robert Ek and Leela Hartong Nasty Scammers in Curacao, Netherland Antilles

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Watch out for these two scammer criminals they steal money from innocent people. Landlords, investors alike... Both Mike R Ek and Leela Sintho Hartong fear any real work. So they prey on innocent hard working people to lift money out of their pockets with various scams. They were last seen in Curacao, Netherland Antilles but are drifting all over the place, so could be anywhere at all. Don't believe their lies, if you see them, do not do business with these two fraudsters. There are pictures at the end of the video so you can see what they look like. Please be carefull unless you want them to move into your property and not pay rent for months at a time or trick you with a investment scam.
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Small Private Jet Lands in SXM

Small Private Jet Lands in SXM

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A small private jet comes in for a landing at Princess Juliana International Airport in St Maarten, Netherlands Antilles.
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