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    Default Belgian government, home to the globalist EU, collapses from mass immigration backlash

    This is pretty significant considering that the French, who harbor another official arm of the totalitarian EU at Strasbourg, have already been trying to storm the EU Parliament during the Yellow Jacket protests. The EU's unilateral and undemocratic decisions are coming home to roost, right at their front doors.

    Belgium is a tiny country, or as Nigel Farage calls it in the EU parliament, a "non-country," located between France and Germany and used as a headquarters for globalist operations in the EU and thus worldwide. As a stronghold of globalism, cracks in the system there are very symbolic of the desperate health of the EU in general.

    Quote ANOTHER BLOW TO GLOBALIST ELITES! Belgian Prime Minister Offers Resignation over Protests Against UN Migration Pact

    Belgiumís Prime Minister Charles Michel resigned on Tuesday over mass protests against his governmentís support of the UN open borders global migration pact.

    BELGIUMíS Prime Minister Charles Michel has offered to resign after losing a vote of no confidence amid a political crisis over a controversial UN migration pact.

    Mr Michel told parliament he would take his offer to quit to the king. The 42-year-old lawyer was forced to reshuffle his government to avert its collapse after Flemish nationalist party the N-VA pulled their support in protest over Belgiumís decision to adopt the United Nationís Global Compact on Migration. King Philippe had allowed Mr Michel to continue with a minority government and has yet to make a decision on whether to accept Mr Michelís resignation, the royal palace said.

    The decision to adopt the UN migration pact sparked violent protests in the Belgian capital, Brussels, on Sunday, amid fears it could lead to an increase in immigration.

    Demonstrators clashed with riot police and targeted the EU Commissionís Berlaymont headquarters, which suffered several smash windows.

    The UN pact was agreed in July by all 193 UN members except the US, but only 164 formally adopted it at a meeting last Monday in Morocco.

    It sets out a series of non-binding guidelines aimed at improving global cooperation on migration, combating people trafficking and protecting the human rights of migrants.

    But critics, including former Belgian immigration minister Theo Francken, argue that the agreement will increase migration to Europe.
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/201...igration-pact/


    Before the UN pact was signed, Merkel and its other globalist proponents kept asserting that it was just a non-binding legal framework.

    After it was passed, Merkel and her international partners in crime immediately changed their tunes and began asserting that not only was it binding, but that they would seek to enforce it even on countries who hadn't signed it. Good luck with that, Merkel! We have a military that says otherwise, and I don't think trying to force foreign nations to accept anything would go over too well with her own people, who already despise her (check her approval ratings).



    Is it really that surprising that people would be angry when politicians decide to effectively cancel all immigration and border controls in the name of "human rights" without so much as a democratic vote? Calling this "democracy" is a sad joke.

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    Default Re: Belgian government, home to the globalist EU, collapses from mass immigration backlash

    Oh, joy! I made a snarky comment about them just yesterday.

    Farage's assertion of "non-country" is perhaps not taking into account their involvement in the Congo and being the first major international finance center. I don't know how much "ownership" they still assert in Africa, but they were very instrumental into turning the place into, so far, approximately a 500 year running war. But if their resources were not plundered, we would be out of electronic gadgets.

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    Default Re: Belgian government, home to the globalist EU, collapses from mass immigration backlash

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    Farage's assertion of "non-country" is perhaps not taking into account their involvement in the Congo and being the first major international finance center.
    Here's his comments about Belgium in the EU Parliament:



    It looks like his point is that it's an artificial political construction, not a real nation in the original sense of the word.

    Of course the implication he's making is that it's more natural, and more preferable, for the people living in a country to all be culturally and linguistically united, and not just an assortment of different peoples thrown together and forced to make decisions about their lives together. Pretty much the anti-thesis of "diversity is our strength," which is pure Orwellian double-speak anyway.

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