Belgium

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Group.png Belgium   Sourcewatch
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Flag of Belgium.svg
Type nation state
Location Europe
Leader Prime Minister of Belgium
Subgroups State Security Service (Belgium)
Member of NATO
Former European colonial power

Belgium is a nation state in Northern Europe. Operation Gladio was active in this country for still unknown reasons, which helped expose the continent wide reach of the programme.[1]

Brabant Massacres

Full article: Brabant Massacres

The Brabant Massacres have been linked to a conspiracy among the Belgian "stay-behind" network SDRA8 (Gladio) — operating as a secret branch of the Belgian military service — the Belgian Gendarmerie SDRA6 and the US Defense Intelligence Agency. The killings may well have been false flag attacks similar to those which were carried out in Italy, a theory explored in a 1992 BBC Timewatch series 'Operation Gladio' directed by Allan Francovich. One member of the Belgian armed forces interviewed, for example, recounted being ordered to make a covert reconnaissance of one of the supermarkets which was subsequently attacked.

Operation Gladio report

After the European Parliament's directive to investigate Operation Gladio[2] the Belgian parliamentary inquiry, headed by Senator Roger Lallemand[3] which produced a report which disclosed no substantive evidence that Gladio was involved in any acts of "terrorism" in Belgium.[4]

TTIP

Every municipality in Belgium has publicly declared itself against the proposed treaty TTIP, which was later abandoned by the Trump administration.

 

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EventDateLocation
2011 Attacks on Libya15 February 2011 - 23 October 2011Libya
 

Events

EventDate
Bilderberg/197221 April 1972 - 23 April 1972
Bilderberg/20001 June 2000 - 4 June 2000
Brabant Massacres13 March 1982 - 9 November 1985
Mass murder in Brussels22 March 2016
 

Groups

GroupDate
Bruegel
Clandestine Planning Committee1951 - Present
NATO4 April 1949 - Present
Westland New PostMarch 1981 - 1984


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