Give a thanks to Therese Zumi Sumner for transcribing this amazing speech pulled from the Youtube video dated Jan 27, 2013…

Dear Ministers, dear Colleagues,

Belgium is indeed the land of surrealism. This morning we learned in the media that the Belgian army is incapable of fighting some extremist soldiers, having radical Islamic beliefs existing in its own ranks, and who cannot be dismissed by lack of legal means. However at the same time we decide to help France in its war against ‘Terror’, by providing logistical support for its operation in Mali.

What wouldn’t we do in order to fight against terrorism outside our borders? I just hope we took care not to send to this anti-terrorist operation in Mali, these much talked about Belgian Islamist soldiers.

I seem to be joking, but what’s going on in the world today does not make me laugh at all. It doesn’t make me laugh because without any doubt the leaders of our Western countries are taking the people for imbeciles, with the help and support of the media which are nothing more today than an organ of propaganda of the ruling powers. Around the world military actions and regimes destabilization are becoming more and more frequent. Preventative war has become the rule. And today in the name of democracy and the fight against terrorism, our states grant themselves the right to violate the sovereignty of Independent countries, and to overthrow legitimate leaders.

There has been Iraq and Afghanistan, the wars of the American Lie. Then later came Tunisia, Egypt and Libya where thanks to your decisions our country has been ‘first in line’ to participate in crimes against humanity, in each case- IN EACH CASE to overthrow progressive and moderated regimes, and to replace them by Islamist regimes. And isn’t it weird? Their first will was to post Sharia Law.

This is exactly what is currently happening in Syria, where Belgium is shamefully funding the arming of Islamist rebels, whose aim is to overthrow Bashar al-Assad. Thus in the midst of an economic crises, as more and more Belgians, can no longer house themselves, feed, heat and cure themselves,  Yeah I can hear “what a filthy popularist I am”. Well the Minister for Foreign Affairs, decided to offer the Syrian rebels, 9 Million Euro. Of course they will try to make us believe that this money will be used for humanitarian purposes — one more lie! And as you can see for months, our country is only participating to put in place Islamic regimes in North Africa and the Middle East.

So when they come and pretend to go to war, in order to fight against terrorism in Mali, well—I feel like laughing! It’s False! Under the appearance of good actions we only intervene to defend financial interests in a complete neo-colonialist mindset. It’s a real nonsense to go to help France in Mali in the name of the fight against Islamic terrorism, when at the same time we support in Syria the overthrow of Bashar al-Assad by Islamic rebels, who want to impose Sharia Law, as was done in Tunisia and in Libya.

It’s about time to stop lying to us, and stop treating people like imbeciles. THE TIME HAS COME TO TELL THE TRUTH.

Arming the Islamic rebels, as Westerners have in the past armed Bin Laden, that friend of the Americans before they turned against him, well the Western countries are taking the opportunity to place military bases in the newly conquered countries, while favouring domestic companies.

Everything is therefore strategic. In Iraq, our American allies have put their hands on the country’s oil wealth. In Afghanistan, it was its Opium and drugs, always useful when it comes to making lots of money pretty quickly. In Libya, in Egypt, in Tunisia and then again in Syria, the aim was and still is today to overthrow moderate powers.To replace them with Islamic powerwho will very quickly become troublesome, and that we then, will shamelessly attack, pretending once again to fight terrorism or protect Israel. Thus the next targets are already known. Within a few months I bet that our eyes will turn to Algeria, and finally to Iran.  

Louis Laurent MP Belgium.

To go to war, to free people from an outside aggressor is noble, but to go to war in the interests of the USA, to go to war to defend the interests of big companies such as AREVA, to go to war to put our hands on gold mines, has nothing noble at all, and it reveals our countries to be attackers and thugs!

No-one dares to speak but I will not shut up. And if the battle makes me look like an enemy of this system who flaunts the Human Rights in the name of financial, geo-strategic and neo-colonialist interests, so be it!

Flaunting and exposing this regime is a duty and makes me proud. And honestly I apologise for my low class speech, but I fuck you all, the so called do-gooders, both the left and the right wingers or from the centre, who are today licking the boots of our corrupted powers, and who will be pleased to ridicule me. I fuck you all, leaders who are playing with your bombs like kids in a playground. I fuck you who pretend to be Democrats, while you are nothing more than low class criminals. I don’t have much respect either for the journalists who have the audacity to label the opponents as mentally retarded, while basically they know very well that these opponents are right.

Finally I despise at the highest point, those who believe that they are the kings of the world, and who are dictating their laws, because I Am on the side of Truth -the side of Justice, the side of innocent victims of looting at all cost.

And it is for this reason that I have decided to clearly oppose this resolution that is sending our country to support France in its neo-colonialist operation. Since the beginning of the French Operation, the LIE is organised.We are told that France is only answering the call of help of a Malian president. We almost forgot that this president has no-no- legitimacy and that he was put in place to ensure the transition following the coup d’état in March 2012. Who supported this coup d’état? Who started it? This is the first lie! The French president Francois Hollande dares to pretend to wage this war to fight against the jihadists who threaten {oh’ do you realise} the French and European 

the jihadists who threaten {oh’ do you realise} the French and European territory! But what an ugly lie!

By taking this final argument, by taking the opportunity to frighten the population, increasing the terror alert level, implementing the Vigiparate plan, our leaders and media are demonstrating an unimaginable outrage!

How dare they use such a point while France and Belgium have not hesitated to arm and support Jihadists in Libya? And that these same countries continue to support these jihadists in Syria. This pretext hides strategic and economic purposes. Our countries are no longer fearing inconsistency, because everything is done to hide it. But the inconsistency is well present. It is not tomorrow that you will see a Malian citizen commit an act of terrorism in Europe. No! Unless we suddenly create one so we can justify this military operation.

Haven’t we created September 11th after all, to justify the invasion arbitrary arrest, torture and massacre of innocent populations? Thus to create a Malian terrorist is no big deal!

It must be very complicated for our blood thirsty leaders. Another pretext used in recent months to justify military operations is the protection of Human Rights. Ah! This pretext is still used today to justify the war in Mali. But yes-we have to act, otherwise the evil Islamists will impose Sharia Law in Mali, stoning women and cutting the thugs hands off.

Oh! The intention is truly noble. Noble and salutary for sure! But then why is it, Good Lord, why is it that our countries have participated in Tunisia and Libya to the accession to powers of Islamists, who have decided to apply this Sharia Law in these countries, which were still not so long ago, modern and progressive?

I invite you to ask the young Tunisians who have launched the revolution in Tunisia, if they are happy with their current situation? This is all hypocrisy. The purpose of this war in Mali is very clear. And since nobody talks about it I will.

Louis Laurent

The purpose is to fight against China and allow our American ally to maintain its presence in Africa and the Middle East.

This is what guides these neo-colonialists operations. And you will see when the military operation is over. France will of course, keep its military bases in Mali. These bases will be a benefit to the Americans as well. And at the same time as has always been the case, Western corporatists will put their hands on juicy contracts that will once again deprive re-colonized countries their wealth and raw materials. So let’s be clear the primary beneficiaries of this military operation will be the owners and shareholders of the French giant AREVA, who has been trying for years to obtain a Uranium mine in Falea, a town of 17,000 inhabitants located at 350km from Bamako. And I don’t know why, but my little finger is telling me that it won’t take long before AREVA will eventually exploit that mine!

I don’t know it’s an impression I have. It is therefore out of the question that I would take part in this mining colonialism, this modern time colonialism. And for those of you who doubt about my arguments, I sincerely invite them to learn about the wealth of Mali. Mali is a major producer of Gold, but recently it has been designated – recently-eh-as being a country that offers a world class environment for the exploitation of uranium!

How Strange! One step closer to a war against Iran.  It is obvious for all these reasons and in order not to fall into the traps of lies, they are tending us, I’ve decided not to give my support to that intervention in Mali. And by doing so, I’m being consistent since I never supported in the past, our criminal interventions in Libya or in Syria, and so being the only MP in this country to defend the non-interference and the fight against obscure interests, I really think it is about time to put an end to our participation to the UN or NATO and get out of the EU.

Will Europe, instead of providing peace, becomes a weapon of attack, and destabilisation of sovereign countries, submissive to financial rather than human interests.

Finally I can only urge our government to remind the President Hollande, the obligation resulting from the Geneva Convention regarding the respect of prisoners of war. Indeed I was shocked to hear on Television from the mouth of the French President that his intention was to ‘destroy’ Islamic terrorists. I say ‘destroy’ Islamic terrorists.

So I do not want the qualification to be used to name the opponents to the Malian regime, it is always convenient to talk about Islamic terrorists to be used to circumvent the obligations of any democratic state in terms of respecting the rights of prisoners of war.

We expect such a respect from the ‘Fatherhood’ of Human Rights.

In conclusion, let me emphasise how lightly we decide to go to war. First the government acts without any consent from the parliament. It appears it has the right to? It sends equipment, men to Mali: The Parliament reacts and when it responds, as today, the parliament happens to be composed of- well this institution happens to be composed of only 1/3 rd. of its members, much less if we speak of the French speaking members. It is therefore a guilty lightness which does not really surprise me, coming from a Parliament of ‘puppies’ submitted to the dictates of political parties.

Thank You.


Written from You-tube video   Therese Zumi Sumner      29/01/2013  2150pm