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A Letter Of Admonition To Sophie Wilmes, The Belgium Prime Minister

A Letter Of Admonition To Sophie Wilmes, The Belgium Prime Minister
Posted By: Joel Savage on September 06, 2020

Sophie Wilmes, the current Belgium Prime Minister




Dear Prime Minister, Sophie Wilmes, there are certain things going on in the country, which I consider it necessary to let you know, since from the colonial era, the Belgium government has committed and supported so much crime to the extent that the government can no longer acknowledge what is a crime and what is not.


There are three great politicians I deeply respect in Belgium. They are the Mayor of Antwerp, Bart De Wever, the former Belgium Prime Minister, Charles Michel, and the current Health Minister, Maggie De Block.



Due to these politicians, that hard works have transformed Belgium, I have to restrain myself to choose my words carefully over issues I seriously consider as a crime. There is no one above the law, yet in Belgium, many crimes are committed against black people with impunity.



Belgium is one of the European countries that have committed horrible crimes against black people in Africa, especially in its former colony of Congo. Surprisingly, at the end of the systematic **** and crime against black people in Africa, the Belgian government extended it by building statues and naming streets after the perpetrator, King Leopold II.



In my opinion, Belgium should have been famous as the world’s best quality beers and chocolates producer but not the country is known to have burned down the houses of villagers, **** over 10 million Africans, including women and children to satisfy the greed of one monster called Leopold II.





People are educated not to be only leaders but also to find solutions to problems affecting our society, yet like America, it seems Belgium has also delight in committing crimes against black people than finding solutions to ease racial tensions and **** around the world.



I am currently in Belgium for the past 20 years. Nobody told me that Belgium is a country that has no respect for black people. My experience as a black man and my efforts as a writer revealed a lot to me how Belgium underestimates black people like the United States of America.



I want to make it clear to the Belgium government that having access to someone’s blog to remove all the articles I have written pertaining to the crimes your country and King Leopold II committed in Africa, is not the only a violation of my rights but a serious crime that needs to be addressed.



In fact, nothing favors a black man in Belgium, including the judiciary system. If there is a unique law in Belgium, I would have taken a good lawyer to **** the government for illegally and criminally getting into my blog to remove published articles exposing your crimes in Africa, while you have a statue of the perpetrator in your country.



To the Belgium government, it is right to build a statue for a king, that did commit horrible crimes against humanity in Africa with impunity because the victims were black but it's wrong for an African writer to write articles about the crimes Belgium committed in Africa, so the government or whoever has the right to take away my articles.



It’s even shame for the Belgian government, instead of finding solutions to save the lives of people who have been sent to their untimely grave by the coronavirus, you had the time to go into a blog to remove my articles because they are nightmares to you.

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