Belgium

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Group.png Belgium  
Type nation state
Location Europe
Leader Prime Minister of Belgium
Member of NATO
Former European colonial power

TTIP

Every municipality in Belgium has publicly declared itself against the proposed treaty TTIP.

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[1] the Belgian parliamentary inquiry, headed by Senator Roger Lallemand[2] which produced a report which disclosed no substantive evidence that Gladio was involved in any acts of terrorism in Belgium.[3]  

An event carried out

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EventDate
2011 Attacks on Libya15 February 2011 - 23 October 2011
 

Events

EventDate
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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