Wednesday, December 19, 2018


Via Breitbart:

"Belgian prime minister Charles Michel has been forced to hand in his notice after anger over the UN Migration Compact brought the country’s government down.

After four years in power, the left-liberal Reform Movement party leader offered his resignation to the Belgian monarch, King Philippe, on Tuesday night, after losing a vote of no confidence tabled by the Socialist Party and Greens.

Michel had urged lawmakers to back a minority administration following the collapse of his government earlier this month over his supporting the UN migration pact against the wishes of his ruling coalition’s biggest party — the right-leaning New Flemish Alliance (N-VA).

The 42-year-old lawyer’s decision to travel to Marrakesh last week and sign Belgium up to the UN Global Compact on Safe and Orderly Migration— which declares mass immigration to be “inevitable, desirable and necessary” — sparked huge protests in Brussels on Sunday.

Around 5,000 people took to the streets of the Belgian capital to protest Michel’s signing of the globalist agreement after the high court overturned a ban on the demonstration by local authorities."

It is true that the Michel government collapsed. And that the coalition's biggest party, N-VA, supposedly Vlaams Belang Lite, made an enormous show about the negative consequences of the UN Migration Pact. Just days before Michel was scheduled to fly to Marrakech to sign it, the N-VA pulled out, so that Michel remained with a minority government. Yet he went to Morocco, and put his signature under the damn thing.

In the days since, N-VA did everything in its might to paint itself as the sole bulwark against the 'Global Compact for orderly, safe and regulated migration'. The two mouthpieces most often heard were the party chairman and Mayor of Antwerp Bart De Wever, and especially the former Immigration Minister Theo Francken.

Breitbart would be dead wrong however to paint the latter as a hardcore conservative striving to keep Europe safe, while in reality, it's exactly the other way round. But one has to hand this to him: Francken is a pretend genius, even managing, earlier this year, to capture the attention of The New York Times, which helped spread the phrase "The Flemish Trump":

A misnomer if ever there was one, because in the man's four year long tenure as Immmigration Minister, he proved himself to be an abject failure. Below is a scan from the booklet "Francken Faalt" ['Francken fails'; MFBB] issued by the VB's Chairman, Tom Van Grieken:

"Since the start of this government, no less than 441,346 new immigrants entered the country legally, good for a yearly average of 136,000. For a good understanding: this number is even higher than under Di Rupo [the notorious previous socialist government, MFBB], when the yearly average was about 125,000."

The stats are not a VB fabrication - im Gegenteil, they can be found on the Belgian government's website.

For a country with a current - offical - population of 11,250,000 or so, an influx of 136,000 a year (!) of mainly Third World people is devastating. Belgium simply doesn't need such a gargantuan inflow of immigrants. "They entered legally" is, or rather was, the government's codespeak for letting throngs of social security tourists in with the naked aim of changing forever the ethnic and political composition of our country. The 'rational' rationale for this gigantic Umvolkung operation is that it is an answer to the problem of an ageing population which can't be bothered anymore to self-reproduce.

The 'irrational' rationale is the subconscious desire to self-destruct as atonement for perceived sins of the past i.e. colonialism, racism, and so many other ism isms the rich West is guilty of. Ever so often, this nihilistic desire manifests itself, and one could fill an essay with the ubiquitous examples. Make that a novel. This, e.g., is, earlier this year, Minister of State Herman De Croo, rejoycing in the prospect of the Antwerp Mayor being Turkish, Moroccan or black in two generations:

As a Conservative, I think that the most able and qualified person should have the job, and if in some distant or not so distant future the vacant post of, say, PM, would be taken by a Belgian of Uruguyan origin who happened to have the best skills for the job - provided he entered the country legally and was a model citizen - I would have no objection whatsoever.

But that is not the spirit of De Croo's proud prophecy.

With De Croo, as with basically the entire political class EXCEPT Vlaams Belang, it is emphatically not about taking the best candidate for the job regardless origin, gender, religious affiliation or age. There is, au contraire, a immensely suspicious and troubling desire to self-wipe out, an almost pathological condition tracing its origin to a dark witches brew of bad Frankfurter school philosophy, civilizational ennui, leftist falsehoods regarding Western imperialism, third wave feminism, and a nihilistic desire to 'protect' Mother Earth. The example above, with Mr De Croo feverishly looking forward to the day the neat Flemish farms nestled among the rolling, wooded hills around his haunt Brakel, South East Flanders, will have been replaced by mud huts of the Niger variety, is no exception - it is basically the rule.

But back to our golden boy Theo Francken. Just days prior to Charles Michel calling it quits, he expressed his support for the Anti Marrakesh demo which took place in Brussels:

Theo Francken (N-VA) supports 'March against Marrakech': 'I share the anger and frustration'.

Really, Theo, really? REALLY? Funny, that's not what I recall from your visit to Marrakesh in May this year, where you went to nod your approval of the UN Pact's draft:

What a G*dforsaken LIAR and hypocrite! Francken, the man who tried to profile himself as 'tough on immigration' for sending back five Sudanese while simultaneously sluicing in 136,000 others, was all hunky dory to sell out Belgium! 'The Flemish Trump', just ridiculous! Danish Immigration Minister Inger Støjberg makes ten of this poseur. Actually, no, correction. Can't be, cause 10 times zero still equals zero. As I wrote two weeks ago:

"N-VA made a bold stance which almost led to the fall tout court of the government, which would have been far better than wat played out now. It should however be remembered that the ONLY reason N-VA profiled itself so anti-UN Migration Pact is because Vlaams Belang threw the issue on the table in Parliament and the many disadvantages to the ordinary Belgian citizen (and the non-existence of any advantage whatsoever) became suddenly clear.... again, check out the poll above). In the same breath, the Vlaams Belang exposed the hypocrisy of N-VA since their Immigration Minister, Theo Francken, a man notorious for tough tweets and soft nonactions, had earlier this year been to Morocco for the pact's draft and was in complete agreement with the text. As mentioned before, the stellar performance of the Vlaams Belang in the recent municipal elections has obviously frightened N-VA (especially with the federal elections in May at the horizon), which for its mere relevance relies on the votes it siphoned off the typical VB electorate."

And a short while later:

"... This is all true, but I would put it another way. N-VA is not focussing anymore on (belatedly) stopping the pact because it doesn't think it is possible. No, N-VA isn't focussing anymore on that because it judges that it has made its show. For at heart, N-VA WAS NEVER AGAINST THE PACT. As mentioned yesterday, the N-VA Minister for Immigration, Theo Francken, was in Morocco last May where he read the draft (or even contributed to it) and APPROVED of it. It was only because VB called out N-VA that the latter party made a sudden U-turn, fearing backlash in the federal elections in May. And rightly so feared, courtesy the stellar score of VB in the recent municipal elections.

N-VA calculates that it has now convinced the population that it has fought tooth and nail to stop the UN monstrosity and that this will suffice to persuade the voters next year that they'd better stay with them instead of casting their votes for VB again (both parties are fishing in the same pond)."

In short, it is VLAAMS BELANG which takes credit for toppling the disastrous Michel government. Had not the party and in particular Filip Dewinter highlighted the many disadvantages and zero advantages of the UN 'Global Compact', Michel and Francken would have signed the treasonous document on DEC 11 without a fuss and have the country deal with the disastrous fallout in the years to come. As things turned out, VB threw the issue on the table - months ago already, but OF COURSE our MSM was not interested in letting us know about it. Only after a sharp intervention in parliament a month ago the issue started to be noticed by the population, and in the blink of an eye N-VA made a U-turn.

Vlaams Belang has fought long and hard to stop the Pact. In the end, it did not succeed. It's attempt to have the Council of State revoke it on the grounds that as a caretaker government, "Michel II" was not entitled to sign anything of international magnitude failed. And what passed for Belgium ratified the sham today, DEC 19, in New York.

But I take consolation from the fact that the events have shown that Flemings, or at least part of them, STILL have a backbone. What happened is unique.

It's even unique on a global level.

Today, 152 countries signed the UN Pact. In the likely recipients of the coming migration flows, the developed countries - chief among them those in the West - the signing took place WITHOUT consultation, support or approval of the population. In Belgium for instance, a staggering 73 per cent DISAPPROVED:

In spite of this clear rejection, the remnants of the Michel government flipped the population the finger - as did other traitors to their constituents. The message in NY will not fall on deaf ears and has undoubtedly been eagery anticipated in every shithole on the planet. We'd now better brace ourselves.

I have another message to Vlaams Belang and it is this: let the country know the extent of the hypocrisy of N-VA. These pathological liars do not deserve to win in the elections in May.

But even though Vlaams Belang did not succeed in its main goal, stopping this dangerous nonsense, it did succeed in killing the Michel government. In spite of my severe disappointment I have at least the satisfaction that the bastards who sold out our country were toppled. To the best of my knowledge, this has happened NOWHERE ELSE. The Germans despite AfD, the Dutch despite their highly visible Wilders and his PVV, the Brits, the French (where were the Gilets Jaunes?), the Canadians, the Spaniards..., they all sleepwalked into disaster without a peep. Not so in Belgium, or, more correctly, not so in Flanders.

The globalist establishment stabbed us in the back.

We lashed back:

And we toppled the bastards:

Happened nowhere else. Of course, for the grand majority of signatories there was no need to revolt in the first place. Mauritanians, Gabonese, Zimbabweans, Senegalese, Bengalese et al just got the green light to go collect welfare checks in Brussels, Oslo, London, Paris, Amsterdam etc etc etc, so why should they protest? And their governments? They are eagerly looking forward to the money that will slosh back, wired by the expats they are glad to be rid of. A win/win if ever there was one. It's easy to understand why the black officials on the photo above are smiling. What is not easy to understand - what is even incomprehensible - is why Jambon and Francken are also smiling, even more enthusiastically.

But what I wanted to imply is that a government being toppled because of the migration pact happened nowhere else in the developed world. Not in a single country that's bound to be a destination for millions of welfare seekers. And THAT is a source of satisfaction. Enough to smile - grimly - and continue the fight!


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