Tag Archives: brussels

Put on the street just before the year-end holidays

I lived for eight months in a humid chamber in the municipality of Saint-Gilles at Brussels.

I had no toilet and had to go to the pubs.

I had no hot water.

I had no bathroom or shower.

I had to leave my room through the garden and the basement every day and late at night I passed the cellar and the garden back to my room.

I was constantly bullied by some members of a Chechen family residing on the ground floor next to my room, whose son I released from prison.

I paid € 540 per month for the room which € 165 charge.

A given moment, I felt so sick and the situation was so unbearablehe that I was forced to flee the house and go to sleep in a small hotel.

Afterwards I found a shelter where I can stay for the moment for a small fee.

The attorney of the owner of the house, which had agreed to mediate and is a very distinguished man, wrote me yesterday that I have only to think of moving ‘because the home owner wants me to leave the home before the end of this month’…


International institutions in Brussels: NATO and United Nations


International institutions in Brussels

NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), established in 1949, is a strong strategic military alliance of 28 European and North American states. NATO is headquartered in Brussels.


Boulevard Léopold III, 1110 Brussels
Phone: +32 (0)2 707 41 11
Fax: +32 (0)2 707 41 17
Email: natodoc@hq.nato.int 
Online: www.nato.int

The United Nations, created in 1945 on the initiative of 51 states, is headquartered in New York, but it also runs a Regional Information Centre for Western Europe in Brussels.


Rue de la Loi 155, 1040 Brussels
Phone: +32 (0)2 788 84 84
Fax: +32 (0)2 788 84 85
Email: info@unric.org
Online: www.unric.org

Photo: 17.12.12. NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen meets with the Prime Minister of Belgium, Elio Di Rupo (Socialist Party) and the Minister of Defense of Belgium, Pieter De Crem (Christian Democratic Party).

Syria: American war propaganda and censorship


Our blogs are blocked

Since a couple of days our blogs are blocked by the Belgian internetprovider Skynet which is part of the Belgacom Group.

It is possible that the blocking is the result of our critical and analytical publications  about the war on Syria. The Syrian News Agency SANA and other news sources were also regularly blocked or the links to more relevant articles on Google were dead.

The Belgacom group is the largest telecommunications company in Belgium, headquartered in Brussels. (NATO, the strong strategic military alliance of 28 European and North American states is also headquartered in Brussels)

Belgacom Group is primarily state owned, with the Belgian state holding 53.3% + 1 share.  The group works closely with the Israeli telecommunications industry and Belgacom Telephone is using Israeli listening devices.


Some of the dead links on Google:


Our blogs which, according Skynet, we ourselves possibly would have destroyed…


Interesting links:

‘Propaganda War on Syria Rages’:
‘NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and Belgian Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo (December 17, 2012)’:
‘Prime Minister Di Rupo meets Secretary Clinton. Ms Clinton is in Brussels for NATO talks (April 18, 2012).

Political activism: Free Marcel Vervloesem

Since 3 weeks, Marcel Vervloesem who with his Morkhoven group revealed the childporn case Zandvoort,  is locked up in Turnhout‘s prison again / Le jour de mariage de Marcel Vervloesem qui, avec le Werkgroep Morkhoven, révélait le réseau pédocriminel de Zandvoort. Depuis 3 semaines il est renfermé à la prison de Turnhout / Marcel Vervloesem, die met de Werkgroep Morkhoven de kinderpornozaak Zandvoort onthulde, bij zijn huwelijk. Het ophalen van zijn toekomstig vrouwtje. Sinds 3 weken is hij opnieuw opgesloten in de gevangenis van Turnhout.

Write/Ecrivez/ Schrijf naar Marcel Vervloesem: Gevangenis Turnhout (prison de/of Turnhout), tav. Marcel Vervloesem, Cel 139, Wezenstraat 1, 2300 Turnhout (België, Belgium, België).

Write/Ecrivez/ Schrijf naar Werkgroep Morkhoven: Werkgroep Morkhoven, Rue Faider n° 10, 1060 Saint Gilles (Belgique, Belgium, België)

Protest to the Belgian minister of Justice / Protestez chez le ministre de la justice belge / Protesteer bij de Belgische minister van justitie: eebij Adresses et sites web du ministre de la justice,Annemie Turtelboom:

Annemie Turtelboom
Boulevard de Waterloo 115
1000 Bruxelles
Téléphone : 02 542 80 11
Fax : 02 542 80 00

E-mail annemie.turtelboom@just.fgov.be  http://www.justice.belgium.be/

Photo: on the day of his marriage.

More information ‘Zandvoort case’, Google