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Schiphol海关只查中国人行李,这是歧视吗?围巾 包 婚戒都收税!


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对Schiphol 机场查行李这件事情并不陌生

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小编甚至有一个朋友,九年来坐飞机次次被开箱查~ 她从来不参与代购,经常出差,夸张的时候不仅箱子的边边角角,甚至会开机检查她的电脑。


她也曾愤怒的质问海关:是不是因为我是中国人才被查?海关人员当然答是随机抽查(random check),可是随机到100%被查的几率可信度有多大呢?


海关当然不敢说不是随机,因为那将是种族歧视赤裸裸的证据!


以下是在荷生活13年的张颖女士,昨日在Schiphol 机场的亲身经历:


荷兰Schiphol 机场,总聚集着一堆海关“没事干”堵在门口观察过往的旅客。说是随机行李检查,仔细看,被叫进去查的都是中国人是的,跟你的国籍没关系,跟你的种族有关系。


今天一下飞机,我被看中了。


查行李的人是个女的,先问我你住哪?我说鹿特丹,她迟疑了一下,问我你在荷兰工作?我说是的,她貌似都懒得开行李箱,可是我已被引渡到被开行李箱的地方。


她定睛在我的围巾上,说我的围巾是在中国买的,如果不提供发票,就要收税!我告诉她这围巾是在荷兰买的。税交过了。她不信!要发票。猴年马月的围巾,我上哪找发票!我问她用不用把我身上一身衣服都收税了,都是荷兰买的。她说不用,就围巾。我问为啥,她说因为我的围巾是爱马仕的。我说你这是什么逻辑,你干脆把我全身都收税吧,衣服Hugo Boss,手表劳力士、行李箱TUMI ,都是荷兰买的,发票都不在身上,你要收税,开单子吧,咱们法庭见。这女的果然过来查我衣服、手表和包。再看看我,说我态度不好,但没有开单。


随后又把目标转而定在我包里的中药上,告诉我这药得没收,让我填单子。我告诉她药是同仁堂的,海牙同仁堂也有一样的她说不行,要收我的药。找来同事做证人让我在没收表格上签字。


我告诉她签字可以,但我也得在表格上写评语,荷兰法律赋予我权利写,否则我不签她跟我扯了很长时间,终于同意让她同事写下我和她的对话。


1-


我问:如果是随机抽查,为什么不查荷兰白种人?查一个中国人就得查一个荷兰白人,否则叫什么随机和公平。这是明显的种族歧视。


她回答:他们也查白人,很公平;我回答:可以,调监控看看你查了几个白人。还有,用的是什么算法下的随机抽查? 她没有回答。


2- 


我说:荷兰海关对人不尊重和不信任。无根据地对旅客的随身物品随意判断购买地,无逻辑的要求出示发票。没有最基本的尊重。

她说她没有。

我回答,可以,我认为你身上的衣服都是在国外买的,你把发票现在拿出来,否则你身上的衣服都得收税。

她气得脸红了。

还有一点我说的评论, 这个女海关拒绝写下来(非说跟此事无关)。我们这些在荷兰的中国人,勤奋工作,努力交税,平均交税量远远超过荷兰平均水平。 看到这些海关工作人员用我们纳税人的钱如此无效率无原则无逻辑和有歧视性的做无用功,真是无比的痛心和失望。荷兰人民几代辛苦的努力建立起的荣耀正在逐渐被这些歧视的观念和无效率的系统在侵蚀。

这个海关无话可回,说我对她不礼貌。我告诉她,你执行公务无逻辑无原则不公正不公平,还把礼貌和逻辑相提并论,是个不合格的海关。

当这些全部记录下来后,我跟她都在表格上签了字。我说谢谢。她没理就走了。

这整个过程花了1一个小时。谁来付我这一个小时的时间?这一个小时如果用在其他地方岂不是可以产生更大的价值?

难道不应该是荷兰海关付我这一个小时的时间吗?


难道不应该是荷兰落后的制度体系来付我这一个小时的时间吗?


注:这个女海关也不是荷兰白人。


·  英  ·    ·  版  ·


At the Schiphol Airport in the Netherlands, there is always a group of customs officers have “nothing to do” but just to select some passengers to investigate their suitcases at the door. They claimed it is a random baggage check, but if you look closely, you will find out the people who were called into the
 investigation were mostly Chinese.

Yes, it doesn't matter to your nationality, It has something to do with your race.


Episode I

 

Today, after two weeks of a hectic business trip in China, I landed at Schiphol airport but was “luckily” selected at the door by the” famous Dutch custom officers”.
 
The person checking my baggage is a woman.

First, she asked me where do you live? I said Rotterdam. She hesitated and asked me if I work in the Netherlands? I said, yes. She seemed to have no interest in opening my suitcase; however, I had been extradited to the place where the suitcase was opened.
 
In order to finish her job, she moved her attention to my (old) silk scarf and very affirmative that my scarf was bought in China. She asked me to provide the invoice for this scarf; otherwise, it would be considered to pay tax in the Netherlands. I told her that the scarf was purchased in the Netherlands long ago, and I did not have an invoice with me. Of course, she didn’t believe it.

I argued her logic is ridiculous, as she cannot call a tax on my belongings, which I bought from the Netherlands. If her logic is right, she would be allowed to call taxes on all of my clothes, and all my belongings, because all of these were bought in the Netherlands. However, she was persistent just to have my scarf invoice. I asked why she said because my scarf is Hermes (costing more than 600 euros per piece. Her argument was I must take such an invoice along because it is expensive stuff ).

I argued, please use your “interesting logic” to collect taxes on all my stuff, such as my Hugo Boss clothes, my Rolex watches, and my TUMI suitcase, as the invoices are not with me though they were bought in the Netherlands long ago.

She did check all my clothes and stuff, while I told her go-ahead to collect taxes, set a list, and let us meet each other in the court. She looked at me again and claimed I was not polite, but she did not issue a bill on my nice Hermes scarf.


Episode II


Then she turned her target to my Chinese medicine in my bag and told me that my medicine was confiscated. To do so, she asked me to fill out a form. I told her that the medicine is sold at Tong Ren Tang, a Chinese medicine shop, which is the same medicine sold at Tong Ren Tang Medicine Shop in The Hauge


She persisted in taking away my medicine by even inviting her colleague as a witness for my signature. I told her that I could sign, but I also had to write a comment on the form, because the Dutch law gave me the right to add my comments. It took a long time for her to agree to write down my comments finally.


Comment 1-


I asked: If it is a random check at the door of custom, why not check the Dutch white people. Being random means if you check a Chinese, you would have to pick up a Dutch white; otherwise, it is not random, and it is not fair. Like in the investigation room only catching Chinese, obvious it is racial discrimination. 


She replied: They also check the whites - very fair; I replied: if so, could you please review the CCTV and check the investigation ratio between Dutch white and Chinese? also please tell me based on what algorithm they used to do the random selection? She did not answer.


 Comment 2- 


I said: Dutch customs do not respect people and trust people. Inadvertently Dutch Customs at the baggage investigation judge passengers’ property and the purchase place of the passengers' personal belongings with obvious discrimination. There is no logic to request the invoice for a tax of long-used property purchased in the Netherlands. There is no basic respect from Dutch Customs to people who were investigated. 

She said she didn't do so. 


I replied, what if I believe all her clothes were bought abroad, and she has to show me her invoice now; otherwise, her belongings will be taxed. 

She didn’t respond.

Furthermore, I commented to her which she refused to write down (because she said it is non-relevant to this case), which is,

-   with the fact that we Chinese work so hard in the Netherlands and pay a significantly higher tax to this country than average, it is so disappointing to see how these officers have been inefficiently and unreasonably doing their job by spending our tax money on investigating unnecessary things and with their discrimination attitude to the Chinese here.

 -    It is sad to see the reputation and the fame of this country built by generations of the Dutch hard work have been depreciating by their inefficient system and discriminative attitude.

This female customs officer had nothing to respond but claimed I was rude to her.

I told her it is a shame to see her, being a governmental officer, performing without logic, no principle, no justice, no fairness, but excusing her own fault principle by claiming others' impoliteness. Definitely not a qualified custom officer.

When all of this was recorded on paper, I signed the form with her. Of course, my medicine, which would help me to recover from my miscarriage, was taken away by them.

In total, it took me one hour. Who is going to pay me my labor cost of this one hour? Which can be alternatively used to work on many valuable things instead of this nonsense.

Shouldn’t be the Dutch Customs paying me my time?

Shouldn’t be the Dutch outdated institutional system paying me my loss?  

Finally, I said to this officer, thank you. She left even without giving me a look.

Note: This custom officer is not a Dutch white either.

 

张颖:来荷兰13年,现在伊拉斯姆斯大学鹿特丹管理学院任教。



张颖教授的经历被分享到华人圈,有很多人纷纷表示自己也有这样的经历,不仅仅是华人戴着的围巾,背着的包,甚至手上的婚戒都有被荷兰海关收税!


虽然各国海关确实都有这样的规定,但是这个法规在今天这个消费社会明显是不合理的,几乎只要海关决定去查谁就可以罚谁。这样的权利掌握在海关手里,就涉及到差别对待和华人遭受的不公正待遇。


小编非常佩服张颖教授据理力争的勇气和果敢,这件事情很多华人都经历过,却没有人站出来。


只有我们拧在一起,

共同发声,

才可以被看到被听到!

才有可能改变我们遭遇的歧视!


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