Beringen is a former mining town in Limburg, a province in Belgium's east. It is home to a large number of Turks. I refuse to write "Belgians of Turkish descent", because again, they have made it crystal clear that they consider themselves Turks, and definitely NOT Belgians.
Via Het Belang van Limburg:
"Beringen - following the failed coup in Turkey, on Saturday evening Turks took to the streets. As before, it turned out to be a night full of turmoil.
People from Beringen, Ham, Leopoldsburg, Heusden-Zolder, Diest and Mol gathered in large numbers in front of the building of the Gulenist society "Vuslat" at the Koolmijnlaan in Beringen.
"This evening at about 10pm, thus after the evening prayer in the Beringen mosque, we have been confronted with between 400 and 500 people of Turkish extraction who had assembled at the mosque and who thereafter wanted to march to a building on the Koolmijnlaan where Turkish people of another political faction have an office", says Police Chief Geert Wouters.
Police charged with a water cannon and around twenty officers to stop potential hotheads but this turned out to be not necessary. Save for some smaller skirmishes serious incidents did not take place.
At around 0:30 am the Turks went home and things quieted down.
Today at 5pm a demo will be held on Europe Square in Eisden."
Etc etc etc etc. I don't care if it was not necessary to use the water cannon. I don't care if there were only "a few skirmishes". Thing is, as an autochton Belgian and Fleming I DO NOT WANT unrest in MY COUNTRY because of some tinpot dictator on the Bosphorus thinks he can dictate the turkish diaspora in Europe as if all of them were in Anatolia. Integration my ass.
Of all the muslims in Belgium - and there are far too many already - it is clear that the most nationalistic tendencies are displayed by the turks. Not only that, but is a well-known fact that Turks in Belgium are overwhelmingly pro-Erdogan, and so, when that scoundrel exhorted his followers in Turkey itself to take to the streets to help thwart the coup, the message did not fall on deaf ears among his supporters here:
This is UNACCEPTABLE.
The turks assembled en masse in front of the Vuslat society, since from the git-go Erdogan claimed the Gulenists were behind the coup and Vuslat, which has an office in Beringen, is a Gulenist society. Personally, I couldn't care less if that other islamic nutter holing up in Pennsylvania was involved in the coup or not. If the coup, staged or not, has made anything clear for the umpteenth time it's that islam as a societal model is an absolute disaster and that peace, harmony and prosperity are simply impossible wherever this insane paedophile worshipper cult rules.
Anyway... if both groups want to raise hell, fine with me, but DO IT IN YOUR OWN COUNTRY AND HAVE THE DECENCY TO LEAVE YOUR HOSTS, WHO HAVE GIVEN YOU SO MANY CHANCES, OUT OF IT.
Here is a video of the event. Muslims are known to export little, apart from terrorism and oil - if they are lucky enough to sit on it. So what we definitely DON'T need on top of all the other trouble is conflicts from across the Bosphorus. Just take a look at what happened in Beringen and imagine you are a regular Flemish bloke in Beringen and trying to get a decent night's rest:
Authochton Belgians should acquire guns and learn how to use them.
Last week, Limburg's turks took to the streets and used violence against other turks.
In the process, they showed that their loyalty vis-à-vis the country where they live in, where they have been able to make a career, where they can enjoy excellent healthcare... that that loyalty means exactly ZILCH.
In the future, when their numbers have swollen significantly more, these very same turks won't hesitate to use violence against their Belgian hosts if it suits their needs.
The turkish community in Belgium constitutes a clear and present danger for the autochton population - even more so than other muslim communities.
If you are a Belgian - a real one - ignore this warning at your own peril.