~ “I hope we once again have reminded people that man is not free unless government is limited. There’s a clear cause and effect here that is as neat and predictable as a law of physics: as government expands, liberty contracts.” Ronald Reagan.
Islamic jihadist, Mohamed Abrini, suspected of his involvement in the Paris and Brussels Islamic terrorist attacks has finally come clean admitting that he is indeed the man in white seen on CCTV at the Belgian airport moments before the Brussels Islamic terrorist attack in which 32 people were killed and countless others wounded.
The Belgian police eventually released footage of Abrini aka the man in white as he made his way through the City to the town of Zavantem as people reacted to the terror around them.
Brussels and Paris terror attacks suspect Mohamed Abrini has admitted to being the ‘man in white’ who was seen with two suicide bombers at a Belgian airport.
Abrini, 31, who is thought to have played a major role in the Paris massacre that killed 130 in November and the Brussels bombings in which 32 people died last month, was arrested yesterday and has since been charged with ‘terrorist murders’.
Belgium’s federal prosecutor said on Saturday that Abrini admitted to being the ‘man in white’ – also known as ‘the man in the hat’ – who was seen at Zaventem airport on March 22 just before the attack that killed 16 people.
‘We confronted him with the video evidence prepared by our special unit,’ a spokesman for the prosecutors’ office said. ‘He had to admit it was him.’
After leaving the airport, Abrini threw his light coat in a dust bin and later sold his hat, prosecutors added.
Prosecutors charged four people, including Abrini, with terrorist activity for their suspected roles in the Brussels bombings and Paris attacks. They were arrested yesterday, along with two others who were later released….
It was January 27th when Donald Trump gave a stark warning to Brussels Belgium, and the New York Times mocked him for it
Asked by the Fox Business Network anchor Maria Bartiromo about the feasibility of his proposal to bar foreign Muslims from entering the United States, Mr. Trump argued that Belgium and France had been blighted by the failure of Muslims in these countries to integrate…..
LONDON — He incensed Paris and London by saying that some of their neighborhoods were so overrun with radicals that the police were too scared to enter.
He raised Scottish tempers by threatening to pull the plug on his investments there, including his luxury golf courses, if British politicians barred him from entering Britain.
Now Donald J. Trump has upset the already beleaguered people of Belgium, calling its capital, Brussels, “a hellhole.”
Asked by the Fox Business Network anchor Maria Bartiromo about the feasibility of his proposal to bar foreign Muslims from entering the United States, Mr. Trump argued that Belgium and France had been blighted by the failure of Muslims in these countries to integrate.
There is something going on, Maria,” he said. “Go to Brussels. Go to Paris. Go to different places. There is something going on and it’s not good, where they want Shariah law, where they want this, where they want things that — you know, there has to be some assimilation. There is no assimilation. There is something bad going on.”
Warming to his theme, he added that Brussels was in a particularly dire state. “You go to Brussels — I was in Brussels a long time ago, 20 years ago, so beautiful, everything is so beautiful — it’s like living in a hellhole right now,” Mr. Trump continued.
For Belgians, already reeling from recent terrorist plots and a chronically dysfunctional government, Mr. Trump’s words were enough to induce a fit of pique worthy, in some cases, of Mr. Trump himself.
Before long, the hashtag #hellhole was gaining traction on Twitter as Belgians lashed out at Mr. Trump, deploying an arsenal of insults, irony and humor, including images of Belgium’s beloved beer and chocolate.
One Twitter user posted a picture of Mr. Trump with what appeared to be a Belgian waffle stuffed in his mouth.
“This is my hellhole,” Joseph Lemaire, a Brussels-based public relations consultant, posted on Twitter, along with several photos, including one showing the capital’s central square, the Grand Place or Grote Markt, which is flanked by stately 17th-century buildings from the city’s prosperous mercantile days….