Just over one thousand patriots put in a surprise appearance at a peacenik rally in central Brussels today, sparking off heated confrontations with a similar-sized crowd of reds and nonwhites who had come to proclaim “peace and love” after the Muslim terrorist attacks in the city.
Although the patriots did nothing but chant, the police attacked them with water cannon and batons, while at the same time, nine more nonwhite terrorist suspects were arrested in dawn raids across Belgium.
The 1,000 reds and nonwhites were first on the scene at the Place de la Bourse square in Brussels, where large numbers of flowers have been laid in commemoration of the attacks. There they mouthed the usual platitudes for “peace” and “tolerance” which characterize those who have no understanding of the racial demographic cause of the violence.
However, by 2 p.m., according to Belgian broadcaster RTBF, about 1,000 patriots had suddenly appeared, carrying banners and chanting slogans which identified them as belonging to a previously unknown organization called “the nation.”
Some of the banners appeared to be of English origin, with one in particular reading “Casuals against Terrorism.” The word “casuals” is in common use in Britain to describe football fan clubs.
Other slogans chanted by the patriots included “this is our home,” and “the state, Daesh accomplice,” (Daesh being the abbreviation for ISIL in Arabic), the latter slogan indicating their opinion that the Belgian state was responsible for the terrorist attacks by allowing the Muslim invasion in the first place.
Some of the nonwhites in the red crowd, clearly shocked at the size of the patriotic turnout, attempted to attack the patriots, but were restrained by other crowd members. As the tension increased, the Belgian police were deployed to form a line between the two groups, backing the patriots up to the stock exchange building.
One of the many nonwhites in the peacenik crowd is restrained from attacking the patriots.
By now, the controlled media, present to cover the “peace” rally, were busy sending news wire stories out saying that “neo-Nazis” had come to the rally and were making “Nazi salutes” (even though the photographic evidence shows nothing of the sort, with the only symbols being made of clenched fists and the well-known two-armed chant pose of the “casuals”).
Then the police were given the order to attack the patriots, and moved in with riot police, batons, and water cannon. A handful of the patriots fought back against this totally unwarranted and excessive police action, and about a dozen were arrested in the ensuing melee.
Most however dispersed as quickly as they had gathered, leaving the police to protect the reds, as they always do whenever there is a confrontation of that sort.
* Ironically, as the patriots were being chased by the police in Brussels, in other parts of the country, nine more nonwhites were arrested during a series of dawn raids across Belgium.
The raids, in Brussels, Mechelen, and Duffel, were all linked to a terrorism charge, a prosecutor was quoted as saying.
In addition to the arrests, another nonwhite terrorist, identified as Abderamane A., was formally charged with “involvement in a terrorist act.” He had been shot in the leg by police on Friday in the city’s Schaerbeek district, suspected of carrying explosives in a rucksack.
At the same time, Italian police arrested yet another nonwhite terrorist, an Algerian identified as Djamal Eddine Ouali, in the southern Italian region of Salerno. He was on the wanted list for producing the fake identification documents used by the Paris and Brussels terrorists.