Trump was right: Brussels became a hell hole


‘Descending into chaos and anarchy’

Donald Trump predicted it two years ago when he was running for President.

Because of mass immigration, Brussels was fast becoming a hell hole.

“I was in Brussels a long time ago. So beautiful, everything is so beautiful,” Trump said. “It’s like living in a hell hole right now.”

And he was right. Brussels, capital of the European Union, “the very quintessence of the post-modern world, the avant-garde of the coming new global civilization,” as Belgian author Drieu Godefridi puts it, “is descending into chaos and anarchy.”


Soon after Trump made that prediction, Brussels suffered one of the worst Islamic terrorism attacks in Europe. On March 22, 2016, a catastrophic bomb explosion on a train at the Maelbeek Metro in the heart of the city slaughtered 32 people and left 340 with hideous burns and injuries.

“And that,” writes Godefridi, “was only the tip of the monstrous iceberg that has built up over three decades of mass immigration and socialist madness.”


Last month in Brussels, three separate outbreaks of rioting and looting on a major scale, including a Muslim attack on a Christmas market, tore the city apart and left 22 police officers injured.

brussels-400x267“This lawlessness,” Godefridi continues, “is the new normal in Brussels. The new Brussels is characterized by riots and looting by people of foreign origin, as well as the ongoing heavily-armed military presence in the streets of Brussels.”