What Are Politicians Fighting For?

SAVE 4Victims of recent terrorists attack in Brussels’ airport.

“The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed.”- Mahatma Ghandi.

Why so much violence in the world? Why so much crime in the world? Why only one God but many religions? These are some of the questions I often ask myself.

The world is now becoming or has become the most dangerous place to live because of different people, religion, mentality and the bad policies of politicians.

The more disturbing factor is the depending on politicians to find solutions for our problems when they are human beings like us. The world should have been a better place without them because the common people are always caught up in the middle of fire they didn’t start.

Whatever wind of terrorism blowing across Europe and America in the past and present, are the germinating seeds planted years ago by so-called politicians. The called themselves Super – Power, but the meaning of super-power to them is to dominate, intimidate, oppressed the poor and the underprivileged, because they think they can.

Politicians have totally disappointed us, continuously putting our lives in danger. This is a time people shouldn’t depend on them because from time to time they have shown their inefficiency when common people were killed on 9/11 and in the recent attacks in Brussels.

In Antwerp all shopping centers and busy streets are now deserted, because of fear. At every junction or street stands an armed soldier or police. The question is: Why do they always wait when innocent blood is shed before you see them  busy for nothing? Instead of depending on politicians, everyone should be his brother’s keeper.

A Throne In Brussels: Britain, The Saxe-Coburgs And The Belgianisation Of Europe

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Paul Belien argues that the pan-European super-state currently in the making will resemble a ‘Greater Belgium’ rather than a ‘Greater Switzerland’, since Europe will also be an artificial construct.

Belgium has infected EU political attitudes and acts as a model for the EU — a failed attempt to’construct a nation’ out of different peoples with separate languages and traditions.

To learn what the EU as a single state might be like, take up this highly readable mix of history, analysis and warning. You’ll never feel the same about Belgium or Europe again.

The Author

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Paul Belien (1959) has a Law degree (specialisations in Social Security Law and European Law) and a doctorate in International Studies. He worked as a professional journalist in both Belgium and the Netherlands. Paul Belien is a member of the Mont Pelerin Society and of the Property and Freedom Society.

He is an Adjunct Fellow of the Hudson Institute.  Paul Belien was one of the nine “founding fathers” of the Flemish liberal party VLD in 1991-1992, but he did not join this party when it became obvious that its leader, Guy Verhofstadt, was steering it into a leftist and neutralist, rather than a hayekian/libertarian and Atlanticist direction. Paul Belien is married to Irish-born Dr. Alexandra Colen, a former lecturer in linguistics at the universities of Ghent and Antwerp, and an MP for the Flemish-secessionist party Vlaams Bloksince 1995.

Paul Belien is the author of numerous articles, essays and books, including, most recently, A Throne in Brussels. He is the co-author – together with Lady Thatcher, Lord Tebbit, Philippe Seguin and others – Visions of Europe(Duckworth, 1994) and – with Harvard Business School’s Prof. Regina Herzlinger – Consumer-Driven Health Care (Jossey-Bass, 2004). He has given lectures on European health care systems in various countries, including the U.S., Canada, Japan and Australia.

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