Yet another example of violent ethnic cleansing—this time by Third World immigrants in the town of Cheratte in northeastern Belgium—has illustrated the ongoing program of displacement of Europeans in their historical homeland.
According to a report in a local French-language newspaper, a white family has filed a complaint with the police after being forced to move out of a neighborhood where they have lived for the past 15 years.
According to the report, the family has suffered years of racial abuse from the nonwhite immigrants, and their youngest member, Nathan, 17, has been beaten and chased off the streets with shouts of “Dirty Belgian, dirty white.”
The article states that Nathan and his family will soon move out of the area (called Cheratte) after filing a suit alleging extreme verbal and physical aggression suffered by the young man last Sunday.
On Sunday evening, Nathan and his girlfriend were walking in Cheratte when he was accosted by someone identified as “Huseyn, a young guy in the neighborhood.”
The insults flew: “Dirty Belgian, dirty white,” and Nathan was told that he was in Turkey, not Belgium.
Then Nathan was physically assaulted, and ended up in the hospital.
“This time, I have decided to move,” his mother told the newspaper, “This is not the first time that local youths have attacked him. The insults are common. But this time it went too far.”