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Forum Post: Courageous Belgian MP 'Laurent Louis" Exposes International Neo-Colonialism

Posted 3 years ago on Feb. 2, 2013, 12:45 a.m. EST by Renneye (3868)
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If more people in government were this passionate about truth, we'd be in a very different place. Though you may not agree with 100% of what Laurent Louis says...this kind of open entreaty for justice is refreshing.

Please keep an eye on the 'global picture', it affects us more than they would like us to believe.


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 Belgian MP Laurent Louis, the most controversial and demonized national political figure ever, 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. For the first time at the Belgium Parliament, he evokes a 'certain opinion' and says what no one before him has ever dared to speak out!

Please share this exceptional moment of truth. This man needs and deserves our support.

IF SUBTITLES AREN'T THERE: Click on the cc subtitle icon for the translation to English (located on the bottom bar of youtube video).




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[-] 4 points by Middleaged (5140) 3 years ago

He is talking about French Nuclear Energy company, AREVA, 4:55 minutes into it.



[-] 3 points by Middleaged (5140) 3 years ago

Laurent Louis, makes me think I ought to go to Europe Learn French or Belgian Language ... so that I can understand the Philosophers or Intellects that come out of Europe (19th & 20th Century). Hey, ....in 10 years maybe I would know more about democracy from living in Europe, learning the language, and studying Philosophy....

[-] 3 points by Renneye (3868) 3 years ago

I agree completely. For the intended purpose of showing the video though, it wasn't as important that Laurent Louis was completely correct, only that if all politicians were free to comment on political actions & underlying motives of governments without fear of repercussion, much MUCH more would get exposed and opposed. Clearly Laurent Louis is not motivated by the same 'bag of goodies' that the majority of politicians are, but rather the truth, or at least the search for truth. Either that, or his inhibition filter is on vacation...or, he has a death wish. Truly, I just think he is sick to death of the ruling elite. All the lies, fraud, criminality and what passes for reasons to slaughter global citizens with war...and, he's probably a genuine good soul. From what I understand, he is one of a very few who are looking into a rather large paedophilia ring that was about to be swept under the rug. But I really have to look further into that before I could confirm it.

As far as "Both are an evil to be opposed", I could not agree more. Where to start is the question.

I keep coming back to my vision of a 'People's Society'. Almost like a Global Co-operative. No more 'buy-able' corrupted leaders. Naive? Perhaps. But it sure looks like centuries of autocratic/plutocratic leaders haven't done any group of citizens much good for any real length of time. Usually it ends up in the 'collectivism' and abuse that we are witnessing today.

[-] 1 points by Renneye (3868) 2 years ago

Hey Middleaged....this is great! I'm still smarting from all the (shadow)banning this last week or so, lol! I'm going to pass this one on to Nevada1. I still don't see him here, and its been about 6 weeks now. I know he's been trying to get back on the forum, because he managed to get through to me via PM to let me know what had happened to him. He tries a new password, it works for a short while...then he gets banned again. Not Fair!!! Nevada1 has always been a fair and peaceful poster here.

I haven't been on the forum much lately, but I haven't seen DKA around. Was he banned? Do you know what happened to him? I'm trying to summon him with some tunes tonight. That sometimes works with him! Lol! Thanks Ma!

[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 2 years ago

No not sure what DKA is up to. I didn't eve check email for like 2 weeks almost. Maybe the computer is something Ispend too much time with... It was nice to try to get away from radio, tv, or email for a while. Here is another one http://www.free-hideip.com/

[-] 2 points by gnomunny (6819) from St Louis, MO 3 years ago

I was hoping you'd make that minor 'edit' and repost this. Glad I got a chance to see it. That boy has nerve, doesn't he? He's the kind of politician we need more of. Hope he doesn't get shot, err, I mean be involved in a tragic auto accident.

[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 3 years ago

All US Politicians should see this ... not so they can stifle him, but so that they learn what Democracy IS All About. #@%# Washington had it's head up its ass ... and MSM (the profit center) also has its head up its ass.

[-] 2 points by gnomunny (6819) from St Louis, MO 3 years ago

Yeah, I think Laurent Louis was dead-on in everything he said. He spoke truth far more than any politician I've seen lately. And he had some balls, didn't he? For a politician to stand up there and say "fuck you," that was great.

[-] 3 points by Middleaged (5140) 3 years ago

This should be viral. I asked some others to forward it. Meme.

[-] 2 points by Renneye (3868) 3 years ago

Thanks so much Middleaged!! Its good to hear from the masses of course, that global governments and the ruling elite are manipulating for war and committing crimes...but altogether different to hear it coming directly from Parliament. And so vehemently too!! I'm keeping my eye on Laurent Louis. Apparently he is a man of many good endeavors.

[-] 3 points by Middleaged (5140) 3 years ago

Well, I used to read statements in novels by Anthony Burgess or John le Carré... references to the "Masses" are not really good. I don't know how to say it... but you should know. If you are a writer or a speaker ... in the 1960s or maybe the 1970s ... to the writers the masses were the problem. So it is possible someday, that you will find a reader objects vigorously to being referred to as one of the masses. I think to writers in the 1960s-70s the problem was ..."how to convince the masses that there were problems and what the problems might be". That was my quote. You see the problem is many, many people don't see any problem at all. I think John Le Carre' called these the Many Too Many....


Unlike the moral certainty of Fleming's British Secret Service adventures, le Carré's Circus spy stories are morally complex, and inform the reader of the fallibility of Western democracy and of the secret services protecting it, often implying the possibility of East-West moral equivalence.[20]

[-] 2 points by Renneye (3868) 3 years ago

You have a point there Ma. The word 'masses' has come to have a derogatory connotation to it. Like it says simultaneously that the masses are 'stupid'. Depending on whether one is in a positive or a negative frame of mind, one could argue that that is a true statement. 'Masses' also has a feeling of being 'diluted'. For the purposes of my post above...perhaps the term 'someone from the general population' or 'public' or 'average citizen' would have been much more suitable. I claim exhaustion! ~.^

Cheers Ma!

[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 3 years ago

Ciao, an Italian greeting


[-] 2 points by gnomunny (6819) from St Louis, MO 3 years ago

Good idea.

[-] 3 points by Middleaged (5140) 3 years ago

If we all forward this. We can see it in print on Monday???

[-] 3 points by Renneye (3868) 3 years ago

You're right Middleaged. I'd like to see this one go viral. People 'in the general public', are hearing things like oligarchs, global collectivism and ruling elite from friends, family and neighbors and wondering if their loved ones have lost touch with reality. But for the skeptical, seeing a video like this when they go to youtube would give credibility to the information we are sharing. What an amazing thing Laurent Louis did in the Parliament that day. Brave.

[-] 3 points by Middleaged (5140) 3 years ago

Congress should fight spending for war the same way. They aren't gullible. They just chose to side with the big campaign contributors on all the war and military projects. Like Chris Hedges says the Liberals are dead. There is no left. All of congress is at least leaning to the right and toward military spending.

It is an illusion that we have any Left Wing politics.

[-] 3 points by Renneye (3868) 3 years ago

You're right, Ma! They're quite aware of what they're doing. Evil Bastards!

Yes, I think it is perhaps an illusion that we have any real 'sides' at all.

Laurent Louis is one of, if not the most courageous and controversial politician I have ever seen. He has spoken out on many subjects that parliament clearly wants swept under the carpet. It is difficult to get an understanding of what else he is working on since the webpages showing him are mainly in french and the translate feature doesn't do the best job. But, from what I can gather, Laurent Louis has also brought exposure to some criminality in a cover-up of government paedophilia. He is loved by 'the people' but on the shit list with government and is/has suffered terrible harassment. Lets hope this brave man survives to continue to speak out for humanity. His best chance for protection is for people like us to keep him as public as possible.


[-] 3 points by Middleaged (5140) 2 years ago

Thanks for supporting change. I haven't been back for a while. Was going to post something a few days ago, but forgot ... I think it was about the Futurist Movement in Europe 1910-1920. It was based in artists and philosophers like the Surealists, socialist, marxist, anarchists... many writers... it was a time of meeting in cafe's and salons in Paris or in England or in Bohemia perhaps.

I spent some time looking up some authors. I think Futurists in the USA today can be trend spotters, systems consultants, right wing think tanks, economist, or geopolitical analysts like the Rand Corporation or Henry Kissinger. In Europe in 1910-1920 up to WWII it was more about philosophy, progressive thought, humanism, art, forums, communities, etc.

I'm pretty convinced that art in the USA and education in European Philosophy has been suppressed ... because US Conservatives want fear, control, and military power to be more important that humanity... It seems that critical thinking is Subversive. Philosophy and it's study is Subversive to US politics and TPTB.

[-] 3 points by Renneye (3868) 2 years ago

Thanks Middleaged! Glad to see you back. I'm all for supporting change, & agree on your stance of 'suppression'. I just posted on another thread regarding naming the oligarchs, and guess what? The thread disappeared. It isn't exactly the same thing...but, I'm a little disillusioned today. No fear...I will recover. At least there's good news about the pope resigning, as of the end of this month...



[-] 3 points by Middleaged (5140) 2 years ago

Hi, yeah. I have had posts disappear, but not the whole article. It really pisses me off since the ones the disappear are the long ones.

I think it has to do with references to someone who is selling something on the internet. Like an ad website or a book link to Amazon. See I just copied this text since I don't kow if it will disappear...

Man, that sucks. Thanks for the links I will check them out.

[-] 2 points by Renneye (3868) 2 years ago

There seems to be a lot of it happening right now on the forum. I know of 2 people in the last 2 days who had threads shadow banned...and Nevada1 has been banned from the forum for at least 5 weeks now. Nev1 has been trying to get back on the forum, but gets banned again very quickly. Its not right.

[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 2 years ago

That is weird about the guy getting banned. I've never really seen him post very long stuff or whatever. I can't see him posting anything offensive.... Power is the application of action once you know what the bottons are and how to push them. Someone may have learned how to have people banned and how to get their posts removed. It is like people come together for ideology, but they break up because of politics. This is supposed to be a "Safe place", but you have a political player out there slanting the playing board. Could he/she be an administrator ... or just a someone who reports abuse?


[-] 1 points by Renneye (3868) 3 years ago

You understand far more than you care to admit, my friend.^.~


[-] 2 points by Renneye (3868) 3 years ago

All the more reason we can safely say you are highly intelligent. None of us is going to be good at everything. Its just helpful when one knows it...and even more so if one is ok with it.

[-] 2 points by Builder (4202) 3 years ago

Takes a man to admit that, ZD.

I know where you're coming from.

[-] 0 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 3 years ago

He even called out the fraud of the 9/11 inside job to justify wars and the killing of millions (100,000s?).

"Haven’t we created September 11 after all, to justify the invasions, arbitrary arrest, torture and massacre of innocent populations? " Entire speech here: "The Greatest Speech by a Western Statesman This Century?" http://www.a-w-i-p.com/index.php/2013/01/29/the-greatest-speech-by-a#more18602

[-] 1 points by Renneye (3868) 3 years ago

Wow!! Thanks so much for the full transcript 'nd'. Laurent Louis deserves our help in sharing every word of this historic speech!

[-] 1 points by nomdeguerre (1775) from Brooklyn, NY 3 years ago