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Sun Jan 27, 2013, 10:33 AM

 

Belgian MP Laurent Louis stands against war in Mali and exposes the international neo-colonial plot



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Belgian MP LAURENT LOUIS stands against war in Mali and exposes the international neo-colonial plot at the Belgian Parliament.

On January the 17th, 32 year old Belgiam MP Laurent Louis, one of the most controversial and demonized national political figures in Belgium, explained why he voted against the Belgian support for war in Mali. Meanwhile, he expressed his disgust and wrath against the criminal foreign policies of the Belgian elite and its submission to foreign financial and interests groups.

Please share this exceptional moment of truth. There were other interventions as powerful from that man regarding the necessity to re-open the DUTROUX CASE, since he has been confronted to official pictures of the pedophile's little victims that dramatically contradicted the official version of the cause of their death.

I'll translate his intervention on that subject within the next days because too many dark secrets are poisoning our democracies, and because it seems like in the heart of EUROPE, dark secrets have become a raw material.
Thank's for sharing. This man needs and deserve our support.

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Response to Mutatis Mutandis (Original post)

Sun Jan 27, 2013, 11:28 AM

1. C'es vrais. The truth is beautiful in any language.

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Response to Mutatis Mutandis (Original post)

Sun Jan 27, 2013, 11:42 AM

2. i think the West has to help the people in Mali,

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Response to samsingh (Reply #2)

Mon Jan 28, 2013, 01:25 PM

12. The West IS helping. They're helping themselves to Mali's resources. n/t

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Response to Mutatis Mutandis (Original post)

Sun Jan 27, 2013, 11:49 AM

3. Thank you for posting this!

It is always refreshing to hear truth spoken to power, but so sad that the moneyed interests are always so eager and able to drown out their voices through ridicule and destruction of their good character. In our country if that doesn't work, we just gerrymander them out of re-election like they did to Dennis Kucinich.

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Response to JustinBulletin (Reply #3)

Sun Jan 27, 2013, 05:04 PM

8. You mean the same Dennis Kucinich who sold out to Rupert Murdoch?

Who Fox will call on to have a "liberal" to bash the President.


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Response to Mutatis Mutandis (Original post)

Sun Jan 27, 2013, 01:09 PM

4. Wow

I can't believe there are people here who sympathize with the Islamists in North Mali

Here is an article in July.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/31/world/africa/couple-stoned-to-death-by-islamists-in-mali.html?_r=0

BAMAKO, Mali — Islamists in control of a town in northern Mali stoned a couple to death after accusing them of having children outside of marriage, a local official who was one of several hundred witnesses to the killings said Monday.

The official said the bearded Islamists, armed with Kalashnikov rifles, brought the couple into the center of the town of Aguelhok from about 12 miles away in the countryside. The young man and woman were forced into holes about four feet deep, with their heads protruding, and then stoned to death at about 5 a.m. Sunday, the official said.

“They put them into the holes, and then they started throwing big rocks, until they were dead,” the official said, speaking by satellite phone from the remote desert town near the Algerian border.

“It was horrible,” he said, noting that the woman had moaned and cried out and that her partner had yelled something indistinct during the attack. “It was inhuman. They killed them like they were animals.”



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Response to iandhr (Reply #4)

Sun Jan 27, 2013, 04:21 PM

5. This may shock you but it isn't a choice of "You are either with us or you are with the terrorists".

There ARE other options.

Not EVERYTHING is solved with military action.

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Response to Spitfire of ATJ (Reply #5)

Sun Jan 27, 2013, 04:59 PM

7. I agree that not everything can be solved with military action.

I always favor diplomatic attempt to solve problems (I am going to take the Foreign Service exam soon)


In this case I am encouraged by an ally like France intervening to battle forces that are linked to al Qaeda. American troops are not on the ground. All we did was airlift some of France's military equipment. We also might help their Air Force with ariel refueling.

If countries like France step up we can step back be part of a multilateral counter-terrorism strategy that will benefit the United States AND our allies. Al Qaeda's terrorism have struck our allies in Europe. The world saw this the when the Madrid Metro and London Underground were bombed.

Europe has a stake in the fight against Al Qaeda.

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Response to iandhr (Reply #7)

Sun Jan 27, 2013, 07:53 PM

9. The West is using "al Qaeda" the way they used to say "Communist"....

Any country that slaps the label on a group they don't like gets INSTANT money.

To top it off, groups are CALLING themselves "al Qaeda" the way some idiot on a Honda claims they're a member of the Hells Angels.

They think it makes them sound cool.

Just look at what happened in Algeria. One set of Islamic radicals got so crazy with their seeking purity that they started to kill each other.

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Response to Spitfire of ATJ (Reply #9)

Mon Jan 28, 2013, 02:00 PM

14. Exactly! See post #13, below. n/t

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Response to truth2power (Reply #14)

Mon Jan 28, 2013, 03:53 PM

15. To top it off, all of this is for the American audience...

They don't care what other countries know.

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Response to Spitfire of ATJ (Reply #5)

Sun Jan 27, 2013, 10:23 PM

10. Not everything, but the people of Mali are better off because of the French military action.

n/t

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Response to ProgressoDem (Reply #10)

Sun Jan 27, 2013, 10:40 PM

11. At least they aren't doing it to install a government to enforce French contracts.

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Response to iandhr (Reply #4)

Sun Jan 27, 2013, 04:26 PM

6. The US would be fine with that

As long as their corporate and Geo strategic interests were met.

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Response to Mutatis Mutandis (Original post)

Mon Jan 28, 2013, 01:56 PM

13. Thanks for posting, Mutatis. Louis is correct about what's going on in Mali....

Just last week, Michel Chosssudovsky was on "Guns and Butter" on KPFA radio.

"The War on Mali: Who Are the Major Actors?"

http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/88286

Some of what Chossudovsky said:

The U.S. is supporting both sides. It's not an internal conflict. It's a war of agression. Destabilizing a nation state and implementing regime change and ultimately establishing an American colony which previously was under the hegemony of the French Republic.

The US is increasing its influence in N. Africa : Libya, S. Algeria, Morocco.

There was a plan (well documented) to establish a secret military base in S. Algeria at the border with Mali. To be built by Kellog, Brown & Root. Scrapped because of opposition to establishing a military base on Algerian soil.

Africom in Africa. Special forces in many African countries.

Northern Mali has tremendous wealth (natural resources). natural gas, oil, metals, gold etc.


There's been a covert war in Mali for some time. The logic of insurrections is to know who's behind them.

As far as Al Qaeda and Islamic Maghreb, they are "kin". Supported by Gulf monarcharies (Wahabi) and also, covertly by CIA. Well documented, according to Chossudovsky. They are intelligence assets.

There is a pattern of using clearly terrorist organizations, even those listed as such by the US State Dept., to carry out US foreign policy.

Just sayin'





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