Subject: Fw: Hello Sweden
From: Altink s.m. (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Date: Sun Jan 10 1999 - 08:47:05 EST
> Van: Altink s.m. <s.m.altink@IPR.NL>
> Aan: WN2-LIST@LISTSERV.UH.EDU
> Onderwerp: Hello Sweden
> Datum: zaterdag 9 januari 1999 13:05
> Even in the Netherlands we see the effects of the new anti-tricks in
> Sweden. A well-known brothel operator from The Hague (he owns several
> window brothels in a very dismal and cheap street in The Hague), is
> off to Sweden to recrute new workers for his windows. He supposes that
> Swedish women will want to work in the Netherlands because it must be
> for them to get clients who are as daring to risk a fine or a
> His windows are vacant, because there was a crackdown on undocumented
> sexworkers in the Hague. He claims that Dutch and documented women don't
> want to work there because they don't want to comply with the wishes of
> certain type of client, that often frequents the neighbourhood. He refers
> to mostly migrant men who want to bargain about prices and condom-use and
> who pay very little. (15 dollar all-in).
> He claims women can easily make a 1000 guilders (400 euro) a day. We know
> that in exceptional cases a woman makes at the most 700 guilders. Besides
> she has pay the rent. He says the rent is 100 guilders, but we know that
> is 125 guilders for a shift of 8 hours.
> He doesn't expect to get any problems with the Swedish police. I wonder,
> because what he is doing is technically trafficking in women, though I
> don't think he is violent or capable of blackmail. But he gives false
> His name is splashed all over Dutch newspapers, so I feel safe to mention
> his name.It is Arie de Jong.
> By the way, he doesn't seem to realize that the price-level in Sweden is
> general much, much higher than in the Netherlands.
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