Belgian MP LAURENT LOUIS stands against war in Mali and exposes the international neo-colonial plot !
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Belgian MP LAURENT LOUIS stands against war in Mali and exposes the international neo-colonial plot at the Belgian Parliament.
On January the 17th, 32 years old Belgiam MP Laurent Louis, the most controversial and demonized national political figure ever, explained why he
voted against the belgian support to war in Mali. Meanwhile, he expressed his disgust and wrath against the criminal foreign policies of the belgian
elite and its submission to foreign financial and interests groups. For the first time at the Belgiam Parliament, he evokes that 9/11 was made up and
says what no one before him has never dared to speak out!
Please share this exceptional moment of truth. There were other interventions as powerful from that man regarding the necessity to re-open the DUTROUX
CASE, since he has been confronted to official pictures of the pedophile's little victims that dramatically contradicted the official version of the
cause of their death.
I'll translate his intervention on that subject within the next days because too many dark secrets are poisoning our democracies, and because it
seems like in the heart of EUROPE, dark secrets have become a raw material.
Thank's for sharing. This man needs and deserve our support.
I cant seem to get Youtube embeded here so i place a extra link.
Theres always one isn't there, in every government, one guy who has the testicular fortitude to come out and say it how it is. Good on him. Shame
though that, even according to him, he and others like him always get ridiculed and even labelled 'mentally retarded'.
What kind of journalism is that? Makes me shake with anger, journalism should not be brought down to that level yet people seem happy with it and lap
The opinions of this politician might be unpopular, but incorrect? I doubt it. We need to put political correctness to an end. Because this is an
obstacle against common sense. There are many opinions that are unpopular, but perfectly correct. They are being corrected by the absurd notion that
everything needs to be popular. Spin-doctors rule the world because of this, if we remove this dogma, perhaps we'll see more common sense also from
Originally posted by DarknStormy
Can't watch the vid not but I'll give you a bump because it seems like somethin that needs to be seen. I will comment after I et the chance to watch.
And why cant you ?
Sorry my computer is playing up and made my last post sound stupid its freezing on me every now and then and I don't notice it when I'm typing.
What I was meant to say was I can't watch the video right now but when I can, I will comment then...
Ok watched it.. Very good speech by someone who can see what is truely happening in the world right now. Hes got some balls, I'll give him that.
Everything he touched upon is most likely correct and I recommend everyone take a look at this video because you will not hear truth like this from
any other leader in the West.. With that, I have been saying the same all along. How can we try to eliminate terrorists in one country and openly
support them in another? People need to wake up to themselves.
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I certainly agree with him about the Dutroux case but, tbh, i don't think the truth will ever come out about that.
Frankly though, i support any action in Mali (and Niger, if necessary) and anywhere else in the world that scumbags live that wish to kill and maim
huge swathes of people. Where i differ in my views from "TPTB" is that i think if the people in those nations then wish us to leave or wish to have
nothing to do with us, we should respect their wishes.
I am not religious or spiritual but i do believe in humanity - the world is a stressful enough place without having to deal with pyscopaths with
modern weapons. It is in all of our best interests to get rid of such people.
Understand that now and take note. 15th largest doesn't make it a world leader though, just saying.
Besides which, it is hardly a surprise is it? Mineral rich country that is one of world's poorest nations raped by MNC's - it has happened for
centuries. That doesn't make it right but we shouldn't be surprised by it. Business runs the world, despite what our elected politicians tell us!
Germany wants it's gold back. France (along with the USA) supposedly was holding it for them.
So now, a war for gold.
This is like the French's own little Iraq war.
I wish they'd just tell their own people, "Um so Germany wants it's gold back...we kind of spent it. So....in order not to really piss them off, we
need to take control of some gold mines to get it back."
According to goldfacts.org -- Mali is ranked 14th in gold production. Now, Germany gave France and the Federal Reserve what, 3 years? Mali produces 44
tonns annually. 44 x 3 = 132 tons. Anyone know if that even puts a dent in what Germany is demanding back?
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I cant understand French but Mali seems like the first war in ages that i would support . Al qaeda alliated groups robbing malinese from their
identity: they are destroying Malis culture and forbidding any form of folklore. Aka theyre sending the country back to the dark ages.
And why did the French start helping after half a year if they really had so much intrest in other business besides freeing mali. Im not denying they
dont but who says theyre taking over the country? The government has been asking their help for half a year now.. Too me this war seems legitimate.
There are thousands of refugees crossing the borders of neighbor countries, moderate muslims dont want sharia.
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