Why did the prime minister make such a blunt statement?
Rutte has led the country since 2010, but is facing stiff competition from Geert Wilders' anti-immigration and anti-Islam Freedom party (PVV). There can be parallels drawn with the Brexit vote in the United Kingdom and the recent USA presidential election, where immigration, and a demand simply for change, led to both huge political shocks, that will have ramifications for years to come. The Dutch leader also hit out at anti-social behaviour from those "who attack gay people, who shout at women in short skirts, or call ordinary Dutch people racist". "Behave normally or go away".
"We feel a growing discomfort when people abuse our freedom here and spoil things - when they come to our country for exactly that freedom", the Prime Minister wrote. "You have the choice, go away!" the prime minister said. National elections are set to take place in the Netherlands on 15 March.
Rutte has been accused by some of attempting to lure voters away from the PVV in the run-up to the election by emulating both Wilders' style and his stance on traditional values, employing more populist tactics than he had previously.
Polls show Mr Wilders' Freedom Party is now the most popular in the country, but it remains to be seen whether the politician can pull together a coalition and form government in a parliament traditionally dominated by minority parties.
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Wilders was convicted in December of inciting discrimination against Moroccans in the wake of several speeches that led to violence.
Rutte's letter didn't mention Wilders by name, but it did appear to mildly criticize the PVV's rhetoric, arguing that "the solution is not [to] blame a group of people because of one person's actions".
The message - even the layout of the advert - was widely seen as mirroring the approach of Mr Wilders.
Cas Mudde, a Dutch political scientist at the University of Georgia who studies the European populist radical right, said Rutte was trying to show right-wing voters that he could be as tough on immigration and law and order as the PVV.