Of course, if you oppose medieval fascism, you are guaranteed to be branded “extreme right wing” by the enemedia. Or you may be classified a hooligan if you march against terrorism. If you’re an extreme leftist and prone to endless violence against anyone who disagrees with your personal lack of knowledge, you are praised as a humanist. At least according to the small world of journalist Rory Mulholland. Some extreme left journalists even controrted their chanting with both arms raised in the air as a “Nazi salute”. It’s just arms in the air! Is there hope left?
Wouldn’t the Belgian police be better off utilizing their police force to capture Muslim terrorists BEFORE they blow up 34 people up and injure over 200, rather than run around capturing peaceful protesters for having an opinion?
400 far-right supporters begin ‘anti-Isil march’ at Place de la Bourse
Telegraph (Live feed)
By Rory Mulholland, in Brussels and David Chazan in Paris
Water cannons deployed as protesters clash with riot police
Police use water canon to try to disperse right wing demonstrators during a protest in Brussels.Police use water canon to try to disperse right wing demonstrators during a protest in Brussels. Photo: AP/Alastair Grant
Cheers as far-right marchers are removed from square
Protesters being pushed out of square.
‘There are too many fanatics in this country’
The far-right protesters took over the square where people had congregated to lay flowers and light candles for the victims of the terror attacks.
Within minutes, most of the hundreds who had gathered to show respect for the dead left the Place De la Bourse, leaving the square to hundreds of far right demonstrators faced down by riot police.
Right-wing demonstrators protest against terrorism in front of the old stock exchange in Brussels, Belgium. Photo: REUTERS/YVES HERMAN
“We don’t believe in candles and flowers. That is are for the dead,” said one demonstrator, who gave his name as Mario and said he was in a “hooligan gang” from Ghent.
“We want answers from the government. There are too many fanatics in this country,” he said.
Nearly 400 far-right “hooligans” have gathered at Place de la Bourse, the site of vigils for the victims of the Brussels attacks, in what they describe as an “anti-Isil” protest.
They are marching behind a large poster denouncing Isil.
One of the marchers, who asked not to be named, said: ” I came from Antwerp by train. These people are in hooligan firms from all over Belgium. There’s a massive police presence.”
The atmosphere is tense due to the “hooligans” and a pro-migrant group having a heated argument in the square.
A group of people disturb the rally around the makeshift memorial in tribute to the victims of the Brussels terror attacks, on Place de la Bourse square in Brussels Photo: NICOLAS MAETERLINCK/AFP/Getty
Riot police have been called to the scene amid growing tensions among the different groups of protesters.
Four terror suspects arrested in 13 raids across Brussels
Belgian police detained four people for questioning in connection with terrorism after 13 raids Sunday across Brussels and the towns of Duffel and Mechelen to the north, the federal prosecutor said.
“In connection with the terrorism dossier, 13 raids were carried out this morning… in all nine people were questioned, with five of them later released,” the prosecutor said in a statement.
[Protesters raising both their arms in the air while chanting has quickly been picked up in pro-islamist extreme left propaganda, lying and claiming they are “Nazi salutes”]