Belgian Thought Police Make Arrest – Hungarian Government Commissioned Van with Anti-Immigrant Posters Pulled Over by Police
The mobile billboard featured pictures of two terror attacks on European soil, which took place in 2016 — at Brussels’ Zaventem airport and in the French coastal city of Nice. (Euronews)
Belgian police arrested the driver of a Hungarian commissioned van earlier this month. The van included photos of two recent Islamic terrorist attacks on European soil.
The posters were in protest of Guy Verhofstadt, an EU leader in Brussels who says Europe DOES NOT have a migration problem.
The Hungarian Secretary of State condemned the violation of Hungary’s free speech.
Hundreds have died in terrorist attacks in EUR since 2015. But @guyverhofstadt says “We don’t have a migration crisis.” He and cabal of European liberals push a pro-migration agenda. That’s insane, and we won’t let it go unanswered. Our message coming soon to the streets of BXL. pic.twitter.com/fdDhaGYxFn
— Zoltan Kovacs (@zoltanspox) November 28, 2018
Coming soon to America…
They’re usually called the Brussels police. Now some may call them the Thought Police. Whatever the case, they recently arrested the driver of a Hungarian-government-commissioned van — because they didn’t like the anti-migration message it bore. Welcome to 1984, effete social-justice-warrior style.
As EuroNews reported, “Hungary’s government accused the Belgian capital of trying to censor it on Thursday after a van it commisioned [sic] to drive through Brussels with a billboard linking migration to terrorist attacks was stopped by police.”
“Zoltan Kovacs, Hungarian secretary of state for international communications and relations, made the accusation in a video posted on Facebook. He said the truck had been stopped by police on December 5 and that the driver had been arrested,” the site continued.
Brussels police did confirm that the action was taken, but wouldn’t reveal what charges, if any, were brought against the driver. Some may suspect, however, that the offense was a DWT: Driving While Truthful.
As EuroNews explains:
The mobile billboard featured pictures of two terror attacks on European soil, which took place in 2016 — at Brussels’ Zaventem airport and in the French coastal city of Nice.
It also displayed a picture of MEP Guy Verhofstadt, leader of the liberal ALDE group in Parliament and a fervent critic of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
It said: “Hundreds have died in terrorist attacks since 2015 but Guy Verhfstadt [sic] says: “We don’t have a migration crisis.” This is insane!” suggesting there is a link between immigration and terror attacks.
Read the rest here.