One Can’t Remove Thorns Under His Feet While Standing In A Field Of Thorns

Brussels 9The Royal Family of Belgium has blood stain in their hands. If Idi Amin of Uganda had done what Leopold did to African children, they will know what pain is. 

“One can’t remove thorns under his feet while standing in a field of thorns” is an African proverb which reflects on many issues. One of such issues is: One can’t fight against crime when he or she supports crime.”

Once again, I want to remind the Belgian government and the Royal Family that they are supporting crime because in Brussels stands a statue of a lunatic king Leopold ll, who maimed and killed over ten million Africans including women and children.

We are in a world of no conscience, sympathy, truth, integrity, and remorse, because many people follow their heart desire to inflict pain, dominate, brutalize and kill others and enjoy impunity while innocent people languish in jails.

America and Europe don’t care what happens to Africa. If they care, they wouldn’t have inflicted Aids and Ebola on innocent people as bio-weapons with the intention to depopulate the continent. It’s rare to see European or American journalist writing against crimes Africa suffered at the hands of Europe and America. Because the aim is to cover up scandals and protect the image of their country. The reason for decades none is brave enough to write the truth about the origins of Aids and Ebola.

I understand, because they are not Africans. So being an African, why do people hate me when I speak against crimes Europe and America committed against Africa? If I hadn’t been to Europe I would have never known the hypocrisy and incompetence of European and American journalists we have in the society today.

Many innocent people have been caught in the middle of terrorism, painfully losing their precious lives, all because of theBelgium government’s hatred and bad policies towards foreigners. The government is now fighting hard against terrorism and crime to bring those responsible for the Brussels’ airport and Metro stations attacks to face justice.

The question is: How can Belgium fight against crime or terrorism when the government and the Royal Family support crime? In Brussels stands a statue of a king that killed over ten million Africans including women and children. Thus; is Belgium and the Royal Family denouncing or encouraging crime? The statue of Leopold II can’t be there.

Is this normal in the eyes of people? One needs to be sincere and honest to accept this as evil. It’s complete evil and the support of crime. There are thousands of journalists in Belgium, many had a university education but have no guts to write the truth, because the crime wasn’t against Belgium but Africa. It’s a shame.

How can one stands in thorns and remove thorns from under his feet? There is no way Belgium can successfully fight against crime because the entire government is supporting crime. And that crime they support is the statue of that lunatic Leopold II because he killed 10 million Africans including women and children.

In fact, it will be a sheer hypocrisy for any Belgian, journalist, the government or the Royal Family to hate me. If any of them has a clean heart, they will understand me because I’m an African, not European or an American. They will understand me and know the way I feel.  Who feels it knows it.

AMA 2No one in his right mind can do something like that to children then receive a statue for his reward or honor.

What Leopold did to Africans, if Idi Amin of Uganda had done the same to Belgian women and children, that may give them a little common sense to care about mankind, whether black or white. Nobody ever believed that a small country like Belgium could commit such an atrocity in Africa.

It was possible because they were supported but other European countries and America. In the picture, they waved happily, but the children Leopold II maimed, had no hands to wave. They are dead and gone without dignity and honor, instead, they are been mocked with the statue of their killer.

How can the world go free for Jesus Christ who did no harm to anybody to carry such a heavy cross alone?  Justice will come one day and all those murdered people will smile in their grave because whatever one sows the same he shall reap.

Belgium: Is The Royal Family Proud Of The Horrible Crime Leopold II Committed In Africa?

Mathilde 2King Philippe and Queen Mathilde: What kind of heart do they have inside them?

“It takes a million people to build up a good reputation, but it takes one stupid fool to destroy everything they have done,” sings the late Lucky Dube, South Africa’s reggae legend. This is the exact situation of the Royal Family of Belgium, because one of the ancestors, King Leopold II, was a greedy mad ruler and a murderer.

Some women have given birth to monsters to rule this world. Apart from Adolf Hitler, Idi Amin, Pol Pot, Josef Stalin, Saddam Hussein etc, another evil man whose crimes against humanity shocked the world is King Leopold II. Born on 17 December 1865 in Brussels, the horrible crimes Leopold committed were swept under the carpet, but the hump in the carpet has exposed his heinous crimes to be seen by the whole world.

In  1880’s, when Europe was scrambling over the continent of Africa like ants stumbling upon sugar, Congo became the personal property of King Leopold II of Belgium. The 905,000 square miles (76 times larger than Belgium) of African rainforest held vast natural mineral resources, including in rubber, a commodity in high demand in late 19th century industrial Europe.

PICA 2A victim of Leopold’s brutality: A mother who has lost his right arm breastfeeds her child while another  child stands by her in shock.

King Leopold II of Belgium was responsible for the deaths and mutilation of 10 million Congolese Africans during the late 1800’s. On his throne in Brussels, Leopold gave orders to his commanding officer to: Cut off the heads of the men and hang them on the village palisades, also their sexual members, and to hang the women and the children on the palisade in the form of a cross.”  

Leopold’s reign of terror wasn’t only the cutting off the heads and hands of the innocent helpless Congolese but flogging them to death, starving them into forced labour, holding children ransom and burning villages, as a punishment for those who failed to meet the rubber quotas set by the Belgian officers.

The disturbing part of this story is after  the death of Leopold II, his successors (The Belgian Royal Family) never took his crimes into account. Instead, he was hailed as a hero, naming of streets after him and building of his statue. That’s where the Royal Family went wrong because the dead can’t be mocked. There are many restless souls haunting people in their homes. There are houses people can’t stay inside, all because of the horrible circumstances those people were murdered.

PICA 4The lunatic Leopold II hailed a hero after his horrible crimes in Africa.

This terrible mistake has cast a gloomy shadow on Belgium’s Royal Family, portraying them as evil people in the society today, despite their national duties, charitable service and their selfless help for the poor and  the sick. Yes, sometimes you can do good things in the society, but when the evil seed you’ve sown grows, it covers up all the good work you’ve done. The Royal Family may think they are the most adorable family in the world, yet they have millions, not thousands of enemies across the world for supporting crime.

Slavery was abolished in America in 1865, the Berlin wall came tumbling down in 1989, while Apartheid bowed to democracy in 1994, yet the Leopold’s statue which is not only degrading Africans but also the Belgium’s Royal Family is still standing on its feet. There is time for everything. A time of sadness, a time of happiness, a time to sow, a time to reap, a time of birth, a time to die. It’s now time for Leopold’s statue to come down if the Royal Family really respect themselves.