Maybe after the withdrawal of Russia from Syria, does this slaughter in Belgium indicate the sinister US black operation (Gladio-style possibly since
this is a European operation similar to the French slaughter last year) to destabilize Syria and overthrow Assad is back on?
This neocon advocating using the ISIS savages to attack Syria is an indication this plot is still on.
A former adviser to Hillary Clinton on Syria, Frederic C. Hof, now a Resident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Rafik Hariri Center for the
Middle East, has called for invading Syria in the wake of the deadly attacks in Brussels.
Yet whether these atrocities were planned in Raqqa or merely inspired by ISIS is irrelevant. What is relevant is the observation of a veteran Belgian
diplomat in the immediate wake of the attacks: “It is time to join forces to stop these crimes and protect not only the safety of our citizens but
also the resilience of our societies. It is our model of liberal democracy that is under attack. We already see it in our presidential and other
Given the flow of conflicting information available at the moment, let's focus on what we know for sure : 3 explosions occurred in Brussels - 1 in the
tube near the EU institutions - 2 at Brussels airport near the join Brussels/American Airlines check-in desk and Starbucks cafe.
It was to be expected in the aftermath of the arrest of Salah Abdeslam who started talking to police while some of his siblings were still on the run.
I won't complain about the fact that we are struck in this asymmetric conflict, we've been part of this - some would call it - WWIII as we've been
part of every major military conflict that struck Europe during the last centuries. Also, because of the institutions hosted in Brussels and because
of the behaviour of Belgium itself.
We did well so far catching the guys, I guess you can't win all time. Let's try to do our best and consider the victims.
Could we have prevented this to happen if we had put a curfew under Molenbeek and searched for Muslim inhabited houses until we made sure there was no
reason to lock anyone ? Or lock everyone and then release them on subjective criteria. Probably, let's be honest, but the main idea of ISIS is to
destroy human values and replace it by his own vision of thing, so ...
If someone wants to test my prediction abilities about the would be perpetrators, here is mine : it's not the PKK nor Assad.
The main problem is once again to figure out the reasons of such acts, and one may not have the right tools to do it if he can't objectively consider
irrefutable evidence or vilify people by his own certainty knowing the 'right truth'. One should always look back at history in order to get right
lessons out of it and it this case, the last time Brussels Airport was stuck was in 1979 was when someone threw hand grenades at a platform for
passengers of an El Al flight.
Speaking of which ...
I am labelled as an antisemite by modern standards ... as I dare to criticize Israel's behaviour towards the Palestinians and as anyone would as well,
if he ever dared to say that Israel is an Apartheid state.
Even my own wife is typical Aryan : blonde with blue eyes and a German-sounding family name ... you know like Amy Schumer. And I'm not even jealous
when she tells me she has a crush for this guy in his Mad-Max and Scottish outfit :
OK. So, what's embarrassing to look at in this context ?
What can conclude from that ?
Mordechai Vanunu was right.
Amanpour acts as spokesperson of US international policy.
Going after but Syria was just meant to please an allied US country while staying silent on the said country own WMDs. No direct advantage beside
enforcing the concept of 'sphere of influence'.
We can now add at this stage the fact that, in Syria, recently, the US also decided to reshape its air force configuration by removing the precisions
strike capable B-1 and introducing the carpet-bomb B-52 instead.
What are really US intention ? Neutralising ISIS like you presumably did for the last 5 years ? With carpet bombing and no, or very questionable,
ground troops ?
Do you really need to bomb a whole country for a single leader that annoys you ?
Don't you have any decent sniper in house ?
So when I end up publishing pictures like theses :
It's because they bear a message.
It's humour, I know humour can hurt but it's meant at letting you understand that it may be time to change what Putin calls your 'American
imperialists ambitions' - for your own good - , given that, when you look closer at them it is not even for your direct profit. And it's not always
about Israel, it was pretty much the same in Libya but there it was mainly for the Frenchs through BHL.
I can't imagine a world without Jews. That would be boring as hell as all major comedians are Jewish.
But I understand that people may lose their patience and be pissed off against all those of have the ambition to dictate their views.
The problem, from my Belgian point of view, is that here as well, there are no mainstream politician who have the right 'foreign policy' stance
either. The one who went speaking with Assad is a Flemish separatist and among the French speaking there was just a maverick that hasn't been
I guess that the problem will be solved once people start to realise that it is in their own interest to mind their own business.
People are getting fed up in Europe by this kind of attitude. And the real anti-americans will keep on targeting your 'interests' wherever they are.
While your friends will keep on saying unpleasant things ... for your own good. Remember when the French Foreign minister realsed his UN speech before
you invaded Iraq ... What was your reaction ? How did it turn out afterwards ?
And pushing for hate speech against the Muslims or the Jews at large has no sense either.
There will likely be a police crackdown on Muslims in Belgium. They deserved it as well, they should have better policed - by themselves their own
microcosm - if they really think these perpetrators are rotten apples.
Only an imbecile will never change his mind and only an idiot keeps on doing the same mistake over and over again.
What are the US guys doing in the sea of China ? ... yeah I know, it's off-topic.
Let's just hope that some injured people are not turning into more casualties.
I think everything you wrote is 100% accurate. It is unfortunate that this honest and fact based opinion is frown upon
here where we "deny ignorance" as long as certain people don't get their feelings hurt.
I assume that you reside in Belgium. What is it like for the common folk in their day to day lives, right now?
Is there a lot of fear? Are people carrying on with their work, travel freely, etc.?
Are people fearful of their neighbors and are the police running amuck?
We're in still in the aftermath of the attacks.
Taking care of victims, psychological support, etc.
And there are police actions going on, we kept the habit to stay silent upon those.
We are still standing straight in front of these guys, don't worry.
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