Françoise Schepmans, the pro-invasion mayor of Molenbeek, has banned the Identitarian movement protest meeting scheduled for this coming weekend in Brussels.
Making the announcement on their Facebook page, the Génération Identitaire Movement said that it seemed that Schepmans preferred to identify with the Islamists rather than European people.
The rally, originally scheduled for Saturday afternoon, April 2, in the main square of the nonwhite “immigrant” overrun Brussels suburb, was to be held to call for the expulsion of Islamists from Europe.
“We take note [of the prohibition] and call on our supporters and to all those who wanted to join us, not to go to the municipality of Molenbeek,” Génération Identitaire said in its statement.
“Françoise Schepmans has decided to prohibit our gathering, claiming that it could lead to ‘excesses.’ Does this mean that she does not think that the real ‘disturbances to public order’ are not Salah Abdeslam and his friends?” the Génération Identitaire statement said, referring to the terrorists who set off bombs in Brussels.
“Rather than bothering with the Identitarians, she would be better off concentrating on the jihadists who operate like fish in water within her commune and enjoy much local support.
“The authorities prefer to stay locked up by their blindness and in their guilty cowardice, hunting down only those who warn and protest against the [Muslim] conquest.
“If Schepmans and all the others were doing their jobs, Génération Identitaire would not have needed to organize this event!
“The Islamists were only able to establish and organize themselves in Belgium, France, and in the rest of Europe, because of the passive complicity—and sometimes even the active complicity—of a large part of the [ruling] political class.
“The banning of our demonstration will not be enough to appease the wrath of European Youth: Génération Identitaire has not finished with Molenbeek, and they will still have to account for our murdered brothers and sisters,” the statement concluded.