The 2019 general elections in Belgium are its D-Day, because after this date, nonwhite mass immigration will overwhelm that nation, the leader of the Vlaams Belang (VB) party, Tom van Grieken, has warned.
He pointed out that the majority of the population of Brussels is already Arab, and that in the second largest city, Antwerp, 52 percent of the schoolchildren are Muslim.
Speaking during an interview with the Righton online radio show, Van Grieken said that mass immigration was “huge. When you think that there were 50,000 new asylum seekers in Belgium in the past year alone, and that they will all have the right to bring their families, this means 200,000 people alone will be added to the country.
“This is like adding a city the size of Ghent to my small country,” he said.
All these figures mean that “if nothing drastic happens, we will be replaced.”
Van Grieken (30), who was elected leader of the Vlaams Belang party in October 2014, has been a member of the Municipality Council of Mortsel since 2007 and the Flemish Parliament since 2014.
Asked about the relationship between Islam and the terror attacks in Belgium, he said that despite the controlled media trying to cover it up, the incidents had “everything to do with Islam. Denying that the attacks have anything to do with Islam, is like denying that the sun shines,” he said.
The media in Belgium, however, competes with the media in Sweden for its censorship, and is perhaps even worse.
“At least the media in Sweden writes about populist or anti-immigration parties, even if in negative terms,” he said. “In Belgium, the media refuse to even mention that they exist.”
He pointed out that the VB and its predecessor party had warned for over twenty years about the dangers of mass immigration and the Islamification of Europe. Despite this, the Belgian media have refused to mention or interview a single person from the VB even after the recent attacks.
“The government and the establishment refuse to even use the ‘I’ word,” Van Grieken said. “Instead, they all say that the worst thing that could happen now is that people might become opposed to immigration.”
He pointed out that he was recently asked by a Swedish journalist if the VB was not “trying to take advantage of the attacks for their own interests.”
He replied that the journalist should be ashamed of even asking that question. “Would the journalist,” he said, “have asked that about the Green party after the Fukushima nuclear disaster?
“Even though the Greens had warned about the dangers of nuclear power for over twenty years, the journalist would never have said that the Greens commenting on Fukushima were taking advantage of it.
“But as soon as it comes to commenting on the effects of mass immigration, of Islamification, of the failed state that Belgium is, the VB is accused of ‘taking advantage of it,’ even though they have been the only party which has been warning against the dangers of Islamification for all these years.”
Van Grieken went on to add that the reality is that by denying people a voice, the media and the establishment are succeeding in making the people in the street very angry.
The VB and its predecessor, the Vlaams Blok, were the largest single party in Flanders a few years ago, but the establishment had created a party, called the “New Flemish Alliance” which had used the same language and policy of the VB and, with mass media promotion, had become the government.
Along the way, they had “crushed” the VB, said Van Grieken, pointing to his party’s fall from 25 percent of the vote to 5.9 percent in the 2014 elections.
“Of course, once in power, they [the NVA] did nothing at all, and things have just got worse,” he said, adding that recent opinion polls had shown that the VB support base had doubled in the last month or so alone, and that the party was growing once again.