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PAX, LUX ET VERITAS SINCE 1965
Topic Belgium Category: General
Created by John Eipper on 08/26/10 5:02 AM

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Brussels Bombings; Belgium as "Soft Target" ... (Francisco Wong-Diaz, USA, 03/23/16 3:06 am) Some colleagues in the security field have told me that before all the recent tragedies Belgium has been a "sick man in Europe" country, operating as a semi-failed state. Very lenient ...
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Belgium is Not a "Semi-Failed" State ... (Angel Vinas, Belgium, 03/23/16 8:21 am) In response to Francisco Wong-Díaz, Belgium is not a "semi-failed" state. It´ ...
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Timing of Brussels Attacks ... (John Heelan, -UK, 03/23/16 4:56 am) JE asked on 23 March: "Might ISIS have timed the attacks to coincide with Pres. Obama's Cub ...
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I Am Safe ... (Angel Vinas, Belgium, 03/22/16 3:28 pm) I have spent the whole day watching the news and answering calls. I was supposed to fly today to the US, but postponed it until Thursday. Last week I was in France and I wanted to stay in Brussels for ...
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Brussels Bombings ... (Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 03/22/16 12:39 pm) Closing the Schengen borders would accomplish nothing, as in Brussels the Muslim population is 24%.  Among young people it is 40%! When the terrorist was arrested recently in Bru ...
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Brussels Bombings ... (Francisco Wong-Diaz, USA, 03/22/16 11:32 am) I am sad for the families and loved ones of those who died in the latest attacks. The innocent victims are unfortunately another example of the coming collapse of the open borders Utopia. An attack on ...
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Brussels Bombings; Belgium as "Soft Target" ... (Francisco Wong-Diaz, USA, 03/23/16 3:06 am) Some colleagues in the security field have told me that before all the recent tragedies Belgium has ...
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I Am Safe ... (Angel Vinas, Belgium, 03/22/16 3:28 pm) I have spent the whole day watching the news and answering calls. I was supposed to fly today to the ...
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Brussels Bombings ... (Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 03/22/16 12:39 pm) Closing the Schengen borders would accomplish nothing, as in Brussels the Muslim population is 24� ...
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Flemish Secession ... (Angel Vinas, Belgium, 02/16/14 7:37 am) Well, with regard to John Eipper's question (15 February) about the possibility of a Belgian breakup, I´m happy to report good news. Just a week or two ago the Flemish party which has agitat ...
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Belgium's Euthanasia Laws ... (Angel Vinas, Belgium, 02/14/14 1:26 pm) Nigel Jones (14 February) is obviously entitled to his opinions, which I don´t share in the least. On euthanasia for terminally ill children, Nigel should know that it has been discussed for alm ...
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Scottish Secession? ... (Nigel Jones, -UK, 02/15/14 4:21 am) I can assure Ángel Viñas (14 February) that there is not the remotest chance that Scot ...
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Future of Belgium? A Conversation in NYC ... (Istvan Simon, USA, 10/18/12 1:29 pm) I don't have a horse in this race, and I do not know if Belgium is about to be split or not as Gilbert Doctorow has predicted already many months ago (most recently, on 18 October). So what I rela ...
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Pension Issues and the Future of Belgium ... (Gilbert Doctorow, Belgium, 10/19/12 1:44 pm) In response to Istvan Simon's Belgian interlocutors, who raised the issue of pensions as an inso ...
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Belgian Communal Elections of 14 October: Followup ... (Gilbert Doctorow, Belgium, 10/18/12 4:07 am) As an add-on to my analysis of the Belgian communal elections of October 14, I call attention to the elephant in the room which the Belgian mainstream press has chosen to overlook. Postscript, 1 ...
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Future of Belgium? A Conversation in NYC ... (Istvan Simon, USA, 10/18/12 1:29 pm) I don't have a horse in this race, and I do not know if Belgium is about to be split or not as G ...
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Belgian Communal Elections, 14 October ... (Gilbert Doctorow, Belgium, 10/16/12 4:36 am) Here is my little analysis of where we stand after Sunday's communal elections across Belgium and victory in the north of the country of the Flemish secessionist party of Bart De Wever: The ...
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Belgian Communal Elections of 14 October: Followu ... (Gilbert Doctorow, Belgium, 10/18/12 4:07 am) As an add-on to my analysis of the Belgian communal elections of October 14, I call attention to the ...
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Why No Dentists in WAIS? ... (John Heelan, -UK, 05/31/12 5:45 am) Charles Ridley wrote on 29 May: "There is also the point that when one visits one's dentist, there is usually very little opportunity for conversation aside from immediate dental concerns.&qu ...
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Why No Dentists in WAIS? ... (Robert Gibbs, USA, 05/31/12 5:31 am) Though I am reticent to discus dentistry--I have a natural aversion to dentists--this discussion did bring back graduate memories in Oxford. (Actually, they were nightmares.) My one and only ex ...
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