Belgium: 1,000 New Police to Fight Terror

The Belgian government has announced plans to appoint 1,000 extra policemen at a yearly cost of €39 million as a result of the terror threat caused by the increased nonwhite invasion of that country.

Making the announcement, Interior Minister Jan Jambon, said that the extra police would be used as part of the “federal plan against radicalization,”—which is the establishment’s code for Islamic terrorism.

The extra police will be deployed in eight municipalities, seven concentrated in the heavily nonwhite-invaded capital city of Brussels, and one in Vilvoorde, which is also being subjected to intensive Muslim colonization.

So far, the Belgian government has spent €298 million on their “anti-radicalization” program—but, as the Molenbeek “center of Islamic terrorism” development has shown, this money has been wasted.

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