Saturday, March 07, 2020


A fiery speech this week in Belgian Parliament, where VB MP Dries Van Langenhoven told Belgian MP Sophie Wilmès in no uncertain terms whom she should support, and it is NOT Erdogan.

As you may recall, the Vlaams Belang toppled the Michel I government in the wake of the signing of the Marrakesh Pact, as the VB's stance on this monstrosity, which effectively blurs any distinction between legal and illegal immigrants, forced N-VA out of the government. In less than a year, the predictions of the VB re the effects on illegal immigration turned out to be, unfortunately, all too true.

Deprived of its main coalition partner N-VA, Charles Michel continued with a minority government which was promptly labeled "Michel II". In October 2019, Charles Michel was rewarded for his treason with a cushy job as President of the European Council (in a similar way, German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen was rewarded for a disastrous 7-year tenure with an even cushier job as EU Commision Chairwoman, efffectively European President).

Anyway, Michel was succeeded by Sophie Wilmès, of his own MR Party (Mouvement Réformateur), formerly the PRL (Francophone Liberals). The most votes Wilmès, a fanatical Fleming-hater, ever got in her life was somewhere around 4,500, but let that not be a problem. Anyway, like the rest of the cretins in the remaining rump government, Wilmès is just as much of the kick down, lick up variety when it comes to dealing with Erdogan. So someone had to remind her where her loyalties should lay.

That someone turned out to be Vlaams Belang MP Dries Van Langenhoven:

Sorry, subtitles in Dutch, but Infowars has some background in English:

“Prime Minister, if I told you that I would have given the keys of my house to a burglar and that I would now pay him not to break into my house, you might have declared me crazy,” van Langenhove said. “Well, this is exactly what CD&V, VLD and also the N-VA [Belgian political parties] did in 2016 when you signed a blackmail deal with Erdogan. You gave him the keys to our European borders and then paid him many billions of euros, not to make an abuse of these keys.”

“But Erdogan, of course, is a whole lot smarter than you ‘establishment politicians' are. The Turks have a leader who - unlike you - know what ‘Realpolitik’ is. Erdogan knew from the beginning that he could very easily blackmail Europe with this deal.”

Van Langenhove touted his own party, the nationalist-populist Vlaams Belang faction, as the only party that has not supported sending billions to Ankara in exchange for defense of the EU’s borders from mass migration.

Calling Erdogan’s move an “act of war,” van Langenhove unfurled a Greek flag and aimed his final statements directly at Belgian Prime Minister Sophie Wilmès.

“Do you know this flag, Prime Minister? Do you know this people?” van Langenhove asked. “They are the Greeks, and they also guard our border. They also watch over our future. My question is therefore simple, Mrs. Wilmès: do you now realize who our true ally is?”

“It is not Erdogan, madame Minister. It is our fellow Europeans, the Greek people.”

And in Greek:

Congrats Dries!!! More of the same!


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