On the Ebola issue, I was not surprised to read the theory of the Dutch professor at Micro-surgical Educational Institute, Johan Van Dongen, over the origin of the deadly Ebola virus. It is no longer a secrete that governments had tried to cover up certain crime, but whatever they do, the truth will surely come out one day.
As a matter of fact, it is not only those who commit crime and try to cover up, are responsible for the decay in the society, but also those who are aware of the crime and yet keep silent.
According the Dutch professor “The virus is human made and tested on black skinned people in Uganda and Zaire in Africa, in order to find vaccines against it for military defending purposes.” Why such experiment was tested on black people in the first place? For a very long time, the African continent has suffered injustice and cruelty in the hands of the white man.
Slavery, colonization, assassination of powerful African leaders and many more, the question is, why the black man? When I came to Belgium a couple of years ago, I realized there is something terribly wrong, especially in the Flemish community. The Belgians colonized Congo and Rwanda, but have nothing to do with them. They have completely isolated themselves from the citizens of the countries they colonized.
Unlike The Netherlands, it is opposite, since integration is better with its former colonies, such as the Suriname, Antilles and Curacao. The more I studied the Flemish, the more I get the answer. The crime Belgium committed in Congo and their involvement in Rwanda’s genocide are haunting them. The scriptures must be fulfilled. “The evil man goes running away when no man is after him, but the upright are without fear, like the lion.” Proverbs 28:1. It’s clear, the Flemish needs to isolate themselves from them, because they fear pay back.
Unfortunately, a bad character is hard to change.The Flemish doesn’t only keep away from Africans but also their own people, the Walloon. “We don’t want them to come to live in our community to ruin our society and culture.” This kind of discriminatory statement was prevalent in the time of Apartheid in South Africa, but resurfaced in Belgium. I have never trusted the Belgium media and still nothing has impressed me to believe or trust them.
Where one sees journalism losing its credibility is Belgium. Just imagine a country without any black journalist serving in the media. A bunch of white journalists without opposition or challenge, thus; write whatever they like, twisting facts and hiding truth. Yet their neighbours, Holland, has many black journalists serving in the media. I can’t say that’s the reason Dutch newspapers sell better than Belgium newspapers.
After slavery robbed off the respect and identity of the black man, he still faces discrimination and racism in the society today. Many don’t have respect for an African, yet they want to be respected. I have a philosophy, “If you give me respect, I will give back.” I didn’t come to Belgium to praise their chocolates and waffles. We have a lot of Cocoa in Africa for chocolates.
I find it very hard to change my attitude among people who don’t have respect for the black man, because they think they are better, superior and intelligent. Instead of wasting time to hate and discriminate against Africans, they can use that time to wash that inedible blood stain in their hands, because the mothers, fathers and children they murdered in Congo and the victims of the Rwanda genocide are calling for justice.
Ebola was purposely inflicted on Africans. Those responsible should pay for their crime. Let’s be sincere, crime is never encouraged but discouraged. That is the reason many years after the killing of six million Jews by Adolf Hitler, the Nazis involved are been tracked down to face justice. Thus; what does Belgium want to tell the world after naming streets and building statutes in honour of a king who killed 10 million Africans in Congo? I had a dream, we shall overcome.