Anti-Semitic and homophobic messages are still being spread and shared among members of the youth organization of Forum for Democracy (JFVD),
on Saturday based on screenshots.
In May, the political party expelled three more members for "unacceptable statements", but according to the newspaper whistleblowers have also been summoned to leave.
writes that little has changed in six months.
The newspaper's reporters wonder whether JFVD chairman Freek Jansen wants to keep his promise to "make a clean sweep".
For example, a 23-year-old student is said to have recently been appointed coordinator of the South Holland branch of the party, while in app groups he made statements such as "Jews have international pedo networks and help women en masse into pornography" and "National socialism contains the best economic formula ever ".
After his appointment, the brand new coordinator is said to have linked in app conversations to videos with the motto of the SS 'Meine Ehre heisst Treue'.
To criticism from other app group members, the 23-year-old student would have responded with the message: "I believe that the racist seems more and more honorable towards the non-racist fellow man."
Incidentally, the newspaper does not show the screenshots with extreme right-wing expressions.
The members in question have been asked to comment but have declined to respond.
Jansen states in a response that he finds the findings "very annoying".
'Five members expelled who asked for action from party leadership'
, members of the youth party would have asked the board to expel the 23-year-old student and seventeen others.
Instead, five of the whistleblowers were expelled for "incitement" and "intentions to damage the reputation of the JFvD," the paper quotes.
Not only the South Holland coordinator would have extreme right-wing views.
According to the Amsterdam newspaper, another JFvD member was promoted to organizer of the FVD summer camp in the Ardennes this summer, while he had previously played SS songs at the same camp.
The JFvD member is also said to have repeated the SS motto on social media.
A spokesman for FVD leader Thierry Baudet states in a short response that Baudet "wants nothing to do with all this".