Belgium is reponsible for terrorism in Syria


Press Release of the European liberals


On the situation in Syria, ALDE President Guy Verhofstadt said today the efforts to put chemical weapons under international control is commendable but what is needed is an end to bloodshed and the criminal regime of Al Assad. Assad is using delaying tactics by accepting to put chemical weapons under international control and said "Carrots need sticks, Assad will only react to a credible threat of force".


On the situation in Syria, ALDE President Guy Verhofstadt said today the efforts to put chemical weapons under international control is commendable but what is needed is an end to bloodshed and the criminal regime of Al Assad.   Assad is using delaying tactics by accepting to put chemical weapons under international control and said "Carrots need sticks, Assad will only react to a credible threat of force".

Guy Verhofstadt continued "I  am very sceptical about the proposal on the table to take chemical weapons out of the equation.   It is a delaying tactic by Al Assad who is merely buying time to recover strength.  His regime has massacred over 100,000 people using conventional weapons yet we only take steps to act when he crosses a red line on 21 August and starts killing using chemical weapons.   This is immoral, hypocritical and irresponsible of the international community."

He continued "What we are effectively saying to Assad is that - put chemical weapons under international control then you can get back to massacring your people using conventional methods.  We have a historic responsibility to stop the continued suffering of the Syrian people."

He concluded "If Assad is allowed to continue to use his airplanes, airports and helicopters to massacre his people the only effective credible deterrent is a comprehensive military strategy which includes a no fly zone"


Photo: Georges Bush and Verhofstadt



Verhofstadt, a spokesman for the Belgian-European arms and oil industry

Verhofstadt became president of the Flemish Liberal Student’s Union (1972–1974) while studying law at the University of Ghent. He quickly became the secretary of Willy De Clercq, who was at that time the president of the Flemish liberal party (Party for ‘Freedom and Progress, PVV). In 1982, at age 29, he became president of the party.In 1985 Verhofstadt was elected into the Chamber of Deputies, and became Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Budget under Prime Minister Wilfried Martens. Because of his economic views and his young age, he became known as “Baby Thatcher“. Another nickname from that era is “da joenk“, a Brabantian dialect expression meaning “that kid” (in a pejorative sense, referring to his rather iconoclastic and immature style).In 2004, Verhofstadt was suggested as a candidate to replace Romano Prodi as the next President of the European Commission.

In the 2009 European Parliament election, he was elected a member of the European Parliament for the term 2009–2014. He also has been put forward as the possible candidate for replacing José Manuel Barroso as the president of the European Commission by a coalition of greens, socialists and liberals.
On July 1, 2009 he was elected President of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe group in the European Parliament.
Verhofstadt is also a member of the Club de Madrid, an organization of more than 80 former statesmen. The group works to promote ‘democratic governance and leadership worldwide’.

Since 2012 is Verhofstadt a Board Member of the Brussels-based, Brussels-quoted Sofina holding (petroleum gas and oil platforms). He can look forward to a fee which is in line with that of the other directors, who last year received an amount between 42.000 134.000 euros. The Belgian industrialist Viscount Etienne Davignon is Honorary Director of Sofina.

Current directorships and offices held by Davignon: Chairman of Compagnie Maritime Belge, Compagnie des Wagons-Lits, Recticel, Sibeka, SN Airholding and Palais des Beaux-Arts (Belgium), Vice-Chairman of SUEZ-TRACTEBEL (Belgium), Director of Accor (France), Cumerio, Real Software, SN Brussels Airlines (Belgium), and Gilead (United States).
He is Chairman of the Bilderberg Group and of CSR Europe.
According to the Suez website, Davignon holds 11,111 Suez shares, which are currently worth more than 350,000 euro.

Verhofstadt pleads actually for supply of heavy weapons to the so called ‘Free Syrian Army’. It is part of Verhofstadt’s idea of a Greater Europe with its own army. On 20 February 2009 the European Parliament voted in favour of the creation of Synchronised Armed Forces Europe (SAFE) as a first step towards a true European military force. SAFE will be directed by an EU directorate, with its own training standards and operational doctrine. There are also plans to create an EU “Council of Defence Ministers” and “a European statute for soldiers within the framework of Safe governing training standards, operational doctrine and freedom of operational action”.


Photo: Guy Verhofstadt, MEP and President of ALDE Group; Mr Jacques Delors, Founding President of ‘Notre Europe’ and Etienne Davignon.

Belgium is responsible for terrorism in Syria


19 October, 2013

Belgian arrested on suspicion of terrorist acts in Syria

An 18-year-old Belgian man was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of carrying out terrorist acts, after spending eight months in Syria, according to state prosecutors cited by the Belga news agency.

The man, identified as Jejoen Bontinck, is suspected of having gone to Syria at the behest of Fouad Belkacem, the former spokesman of Sharia4Belgium, an internet group promoting the introduction of Islamic law to Belgium.

Bontinck has denied this, however, telling various media outlets that he went to Syria for humanitarian reasons and worked as a driver for medical workers.

Police arrested Bontinck at his mother's house in Antwerp, and questioned him for several hours.

He had left for Syria on February 22, according to Belga. He is suspected of having fought with Islamist rebels opposing the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.

Bontinck's father reportedly travelled twice to Syria to bring his son home, to no avail.


Photo: The picture was placed yesterday on Islamic Site: 'Belgian New Weapens in hands of Americanized Mujaheeds from the Al nusra Brigade'


Child abuse: Stefaan De Clerck

Stefaan De Clerck wordt voorzitter bij Belgacom

The former Minister of Belgian Justice who was also covering up the Zandvoort childporn case, is the new President of Belgacom, the largest telecommunications company in Belgium, headquartered in Brussels...


Stefaan De Clerck, is the new President of Belgacom
September 1, 2013
Former CD & V (christian democrats) chairman Stefaan De Clerck, is the new President of Belgacom. That was at least informally told by the federal majority parties. "At a formal decision is still waiting, but I assume that it will follow," he told Belga.

De Clerck, in his own words, wants to be Belgacom President "with a lot of fun, even with much enthusiasm and ambition". He has no doubt that he has the necessary skills and experience. "Chairman of the Board of Directors is a policy feature that is not yet the same as an operational function. And if they find that Frank Van Massenhove is able to lead the SNCB, I am able to lead Belgacom," he jokes.


Belgacom - Board of directors

  • Didier Bellens (1) - President and CEO
  • Stefaan De Clerck (1)-  Chairman of the Board of Directors
  • Guido J.M. Demuynck (2) - Director
  • Jozef Cornu (2) - Director
  • Pierre-Alain De Smedt (2) - Director
  • Carine Doutrelepont (2) - Director
  • Martine Durez (1) - Director
  • Theo Dilissen(1) -Director
  • Pierre Demuelenaere (2) - Director
  • Laurent Levaux (1) -  Director
  • Isabelle Santens (1) - Director
  • Oren G. Shaffer (2) - Director
  • Lutgart Van den Berghe (2) - Director
  • Paul Van de Perre (1) - Director

(1) appointed by the Belgian State

(2) independent


Child abuse: Gina Bernard was murdered


As a reminder:

In an interview with a journalist of the newspaper " De Morgen ", Gina Bernard stated that the interrogation by Belgian Justice about the Manuel Schadwald, the German boy who disappeared, was " highly remarkable and even intimidating " and " that they wanted to know all her sources ".

After this interrogation the intimidations towards her seemed to increase. In the night of November 14/15th, 1998, Gina - after a new series of deaththreats and telephone-, fax- and internet-problems, had a carcrash. She was instantly dead.

Gina was a client of Belgacom, the largest telecommunications company in Belgium, headquartered in Brussels...


Antwerp, December 5 th, 1998


European Parliament

TO the attention of Mr . J.M. Gil-Robles Gil-Delgado

Chairman European Parliament

Belliardstreet 97-113, B-1047 Brussels


Dear Mister,


As you know, the Morkhoven Group is since years taking action around an international network of childpornography. Hereby missing youngsters and children are also traced.

The actions and investigations of many years have finally led to the so called Zandvoort-case, whereby childporn-material was found in heaps. Although the work of the association was generally praised and its investigator Marcel Vervloesem was personally congratulated by the Chairman of the European Union, ( " Ich werde mich bemühen, auch weiterhin eine Politik zu machen, die entschlossene Menschen wie Sie, Herr Vervloesem, und deren engagierten Kampf für die Kinderrechte unterstützt ", letter dated July 20th 1998.), since 1992, the association had to cope incessantly with opposition on behalf of the Belgian Justice and political authorities.

The Morkhoven Group not only became the victim of numerous insinuations and accusations but was also regulary criticized by the Belgian Minister of Justice ( Mr. S. De Clerck ). De Clerck (christen-democratic party) accused the members of Morkhoven Group for 'spreading rumours and tales full of phantasies'.  He said, the way in which the association handled these files was 'unacceptable and he had to oppose himself against it because it gave the impression that justice didn't book any result'.

The minister could not have better summarize the way in which the case was covered up by Belgian Justice.

Although, internationally, there was an agreement that the Morkhoven Group did good work, the association was never, in any way, supported by the Belgian Justice- and political authorities.

After the murder of Gerrit-Jan Ulrich, the 49-year-old computer salesman which collected childporn in the case Zandvoort, Marcel Vervloesem he was again the victim of insinuations and accusations.

After a TV-broadcast about the Zandvoort-case ( RTBF - "Faits Divers"), just after a press-conference of the Morkhoven Group and just before the TV commentary about the Group ( VRT - " The white knight of Morkhoven " ) a judicial inquiry against Marcel Vervloesem was opened.

There where - quite accidental - three burglaries of the car from Mr. José Dessart, maker of the before mentioned RTBF-broadcasting. Mr. Willibrordus, maker of the programm " The week of Willibrordus " (SBS 6-Netherlands), found his car put on fire just before the broadcasting about the Zandvoort-case. In danger of his own life, he could push the burning vehicle away from his house ( where his small daughter was asleep ) into the street to prevent his house catching fire.

Gina Bernard-Pardaens, internet-specialist of the Morkhoven Group and co-worker of the RTBF-programme " Faits Divers " had to deal for months with telephone-disturbances and fax- and computer-problems. The telephone-company Belgacom did not succeed during all that time to resolve these interferences.

According to Belgacom " a second line was opened (which Gina never had asked ) and there was " a small thread loose".

Gina often had an " occupied line " ( while she was not at home ), with people phoning her, but saying nothing and hooking back in, deaththreats and telephone-voices which where electronicly deformed, and so on ..., but Belgacom did not appear to be able to detect the identity of these anonymous callers.

Next , the son of Gina Bernard - after different deaththreats - was almost ridden off the road, whilst on bicycle.

Both Mr. José Dessart ( RTBF ) and Mrs. Gina Bernard were interrogated by the judicial services in the case of the disappearred German boy, Manuel Schadwald.

Over and over they were asked as to their connections with the Morkhoven Group.

In an interview with a journalist of the newspaper " De Morgen ", Gina Bernard stated that she had expierienced the interrogation as " highly remarkable and even intimidating " and " that this hearing was clearly directed in that way to be able to get hold of her sources where she had access to ".

After this interrogation the intimidations towards her seemed to increase. In the night of November 14/15th, 1998, Gina - after a new series of deaththreats and telephone-, fax- and internet-problems, had a carcrash. She was instantly dead.

Then, the Morkhoven Group, decided that it could not go further in this way. The network-investigations and the tracing of missing children would be stopped and the complete file would - together with the numerous requests from parents of missing children - be put at the door of the European Parliament in Brussels.

However, the Group did get so many positive reactions and requests to continue, that it will pick up her activities in the matter concerned. This, however, can't happen without the necessary guarantees. It is unacceptable that every person and every association, who works around the problematic of missing and/or murdered children or around the international pedophile-rings and sexually abused youngsters and children, becomes the victim of a systematic persecution.

We ask the members of the European Parliament that the policeforces and judges who do their investigations well, the journalists and civil servants who try to do their work as good as possible, the solicitors, physicians ... who come up for the victims of sexual abuse, the parents of missing/murdered children, associations who by means of investigation-work and the victims of sexual abuse, are respected instead of being intimidated or persecuted.

To obtain this goal, Mister Chairman, I would like to inform you that the town of Brussels has given us permission to organise a manifestation on THURSDAY, DEC. 10 th 1998, from 14.00 untill 16.00 o'clock, in the VAN MAERLANTSTRAAT, on the opposite side of the European Parliament, Belliardstraat 97, Brussels.

In the hope that a delegation of the participants could be received by you and thereby hand you over their demand-parcel, we abide your answer,

Sincerely Yours,

Jan Boeykens

Verlatstraat 13, 2000 Antwerp (Belgium)

Chairman of the Morkhoven Group



In the name of Allah


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Zionist propaganda


WWII Hungary” Come young pioneers to the promised land.” It is one of the earliest Zionist Posters advocating for young Jews to travel to Israel and help cultivate the land.

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'The Bush administration then turned its attention to Iraq, and argued the need to remove Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq had become urgent. Among the stated reasons were that Saddam's regime had tried to acquire nuclear material and had not properly accounted for biological and chemical material it was known to have previously possessed, and believed to still maintain. Both the possession of these weapons of mass destruction (WMD), and the failure to account for them, would violate the U.N. sanctions. The assertion about WMD was hotly advanced by the Bush administration from the beginning, but other major powers including China, France, Germany, and Russia remained unconvinced that Iraq was a threat and refused to allow passage of a UN Security Council resolution to authorize the use of force.  Iraq permitted UN weapon inspectors in November 2002, who were continuing their work to assess the WMD claim when the Bush administration decided to proceed with war without UN authorization and told the inspectors to leave the country.  The United States invaded Iraq on March 20, 2003, along with a "coalition of the willing" that consisted of additional troops from the United Kingdom, and to a lesser extent, from Australia and Poland. Within about three weeks, the invasion caused the collapse of both the Iraqi government and its armed forces, however, the U.S. and allied forces failed to find any weapon of mass destruction in Iraq. Traces of former materials and weapons labs were reported to have been located, but no "smoking guns". Nevertheless, on May 1, George W. Bush landed on the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, in a Lockheed S-3 Viking, where he gave a speech announcing the end of "major combat operations" in the Iraq war. Bush's approval rating in May was at 66%, according to a CNN-USA Today-Gallup poll.  However, Bush's high approval ratings did not last. First, while the war itself was popular in the U.S., the reconstruction and attempted "democratization" of Iraq lost some support as months passed and casualty figures increased, with no decrease in violence nor progress toward stability or reconstruction. Second, as investigators combed through the country, they failed to find the predicted WMD stockpiles, which led to debate over the rationale for the war.'


Latest News Syria: Army continues pursuing terrorists

Oct 13, 2013 - Provinces, (SANA)

The Syrian army on Sunday continued operations of pursuing the remnants of the armed terrorist groups in a number of cities, killing scores, injuring many others and destroying their criminal tools.

Army units  eliminate terrorists in Idleb

Units of the armed forces carried out operations against terrorists' dens and gatherings in Idleb countryside, inflicting heavy losses upon them.

An official source told SANA that the army units killed and injured many terrorists to the south of Om Jren town in Idleb countryside.

The source added that an army unit targeted a terrorists' gatherings in al-Za'laneh village in Maaret al-Nouman countryside, killing  all terrorists inside it, in addition to destroying their weapons and equipment.

Terrorists including non-Syrians eliminated in Damascus countryside

In Damascus countryside, a military source told SANA reporter that the army units targeted terrorists' gatherings in al-Saqi area in an-Nabek, al-Nasiriyah , Yabrood, western Jroud of Maloula , eastern Jairoud.

The source added that terrorist Nazeeh Ayman al-Houz , the responsible for a number of terrorist bombings took place in an-Nabek was killed.

A large number of terrorists were killed, most of them are non-Syrians, as their vehicles and equipment were destroyed.

Meanwhile, other army units destroyed terrorists' dens  and gatherings in Adra and al-Nabik cities and to the east of Deir Atyyeh, killing and injuring many terrorists, in addition to destroying their weapons and equipment.

Army units destroy terrorists' tunnel, kill many of them in Deir Ezzor

Units  of the armed forces destroyed a terrorists' tunnel used to transport weapons and ammunition  and a warehouse full of weapons, in addition to killing and injuring several terrorists in Deir Ezzor and its countryside.

An official source told SANA that the army units destroyed a terrorists' tunnel used for transporting  weapons and ammunition, killing all terrorists inside it in al-Arfi neighborhood, in addition to destroying a warehouse full of weapons and ammunition.

Another army unit clashed with an armed terrorist group in al-Haweiqa neighborhood, killing and injuring many terrorists.

The source added that another army unit destroyed two terrorists' dens of the so-called "Om al-Qura Brigade" and "Faisal al-Aqaidi Brigade" in al-Jbayleh neighborhood, killing many of them.

 Wa'ad al-Khalaf, Mohammad al-Jasim and Qutaiba Abdulrahman were identified among the dead terrorists.

The source pointed out that the army units targeted a terrorists' gatherings in Hatla Fuqani village in the countryside, killing 20 terrorists and destroying a number of their vehicles.

Other army units inflicted heavy losses upon terrorists in al-Rashdiyeh, al-Sinaa, al-Sheikh Yasin, al-Ordi and the area surrounding al-Bassel Square in the city.

Rocket launch pads, many vehicles destroyed in Aleppo countryside

Army units destroyed rocket launch pads and a number of vehicles loaded with weapons and ammunition and killed a number of terrorists in a series of operations carried out in Aleppo countryside.

A military source told SANA reporter that the operations resulted in destroying rocket launch pads in Kwairis in the eastern countryside of Aleppo and a number of cars north of Neirab, an-Nakarin, north of Rasm al-Aboud, on al-Kastello road in the western countryside of Aleppo.

All weapons and ammunition inside the cars were destroyed and terrorists were killed.

Rocket launcher, two tunnels destroyed, Israeli-made weapons seized in Homs 

 Army units destroyed a rocket launcher and found a variety of weapons , including automatic rifles, snipers, ammunition, some are Israeli-made, and eliminated a number of terrorists in Homs and its countryside.

A military source said the army units destroyed two tunnels were used by terrorists in their movements in Bab al-Sebaa, eliminated a number of terrorists and wounded others in al-Hamidieh district and al-Jaje market and toward the city center in Jouret al-Shiyah.

The source added that the army units destroyed terrorists' dens southeast building of the civil affairs department and near al-Tahyyah mosque in the golden street in Bab Hood, killing a number of terrorists and wounding others.

In Homs countryside, a number of terrorists were killed and wounded in the village of al-Khalidiya and near electricity station in al-Dar al-Kabira as varied weapons and ammunition, some are Israeli-made, were found including automatic rifles and snipers in the Western district.

Most members of an armed terrorist group were eliminated in al-Zara farms in Talkalakh.

The source added that another army unit destroyed a rocket launcher and a vehicle equipped with a heavy machine gun northwest Kafarnan and eliminated a terrorist group was trying to attack the village of Qanieh al-Asi in al-Rastan.

Army units pursue the remnants of terrorists in Idleb and it countryside

A military source told SANA reporter that the army units pursued the remnants of the armed terrorist groups in the vicinity of al-Daif (guest ) valley and destroyed four machinegun-equipped vehicles in al-Za'lana, and Ma'rshamsheh villages and in Ma'arrat al-Numan in Idleb countryside.

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Belgique: l'assassinat de Patrice Lumumba


Le parquet fédéral peut ouvrir une enquête judiciaire sur l'assassinat de l'ancien Premier ministre congolais Patrice Lumumba en 1961. Cette décision a été rendue par la chambre des mises en accusation de Bruxelles. Selon celle-ci, l'ancienne colonie belge était à cette époque confrontée à un conflit armé et l'assassinat de l'ancien Premier ministre du Congo pourrait constituer un crime de guerre.

Des fils de feu Patrice Lumumba ont porté plainte au parquet fédéral en Belgique avec constitution de partie civile, contre une douzaine de survivants, des policiers, des politiciens et des fonctionnaires. Parmi ceux-ci, seulement huit vivent encore. L'un d'eux serait Jacques Brassinne, diplomate belge au Katanga en 1961. Les autres noms qui apparaissent sont ceux d'Etienne Davignon, alors jeune diplomate, et Charles Huyghé, à l'époque chef de cabinet du ministre de la Défense katangais.

Avant que le parquet fédéral ne puisse ouvrir une enquête, on devait déterminer si les juridictions belges étaient compétentes. S'estimant compétent, le parquet fédéral s'est basé sur la loi de la compétence universelle de 1993, qui autorise la justice belge à engager des poursuites dans le cadre de crimes de guerre, crimes contre l'humanité ou crimes de génocide commis hors du territoire belge. Les plaignants ou les prévenus doivent toutefois avoir un lien avec la Belgique, ce qui est le cas ici.

La chambre des mises a donné raison au parquet fédéral et a jugé que l'assassinat de Lumumba pourrait être un crime de guerre et qu'une enquête pouvait être menée dès lors en Belgique.

Source: belga.be


Wilfried Martens and the Assassination of Patrice Lumumba



Patrice Lumumba, first prime minister of the Republic of Congo and a pioneer of African unity, was murdered on 17 January 1961.

Democratically elected to lead the Mouvement National Congolais, the party he founded in 1958, Lumumba was at the centre of the country’s growing popular defiance of the colonial rule of oppression imposed by Belgium. When, in June 1960, independence was finally won, his unscheduled speech at the official ceremonies in Kinshasa received a standing ovation and made him a hero to millions. Always a threat to those who sought to maintain a covert imperialist hand over the country, however, he became within months the victim of an insidious plot and was arrested and subsequently tortured and executed.

Photos: 1) Belgian Prime Minister Wilfried Martens and Mubuto 2) Patrice Lumumba arrested

ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageLumumba, New.York









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