Category Archives: History

Resting and depending for its continuance on the free consent and will of the sovereign people of each region

Perhaps it would not be bad for the Flemish, Walloon, German, Dutch, French and other people living in Belgium to remember some sayings from the time the United States of America came into formation. In reply to: Walloon politicians have … Continue reading

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Walloon politicians have proven they will never be willing to be open to Flanders

On the 25th of May 2014 Belgium held federal elections together with European elections, having had the Belgians vote for three elections on the same day. At the debates we could see the ‘hated’  New Flemish Alliance (N-VA) had enough … Continue reading

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Subcutaneous power for humanity 5 Loneliness, Virtual and real friends

Happiness isn’t the easiest thing to find, but one place you’re guaranteed to find it is in a friend’s smile. Friendship attributes to happiness, and I would even dare to go further: “without friendship no happiness”. Lack of friends can … Continue reading

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Subcutaneous power for humanity 3 Facing changing attitudes

Facing an other world These friendships I could enjoy at work were of a unity which was the worst to miss, when I stopped my theatrical work. I knew it was something incredible, not many could enjoy so much as … Continue reading

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Subcutaneous power for humanity 1 1940-1960 Influenced by horrors of the century

Places without warrior grounds We may live in a place which has not been a battle ground for many years, but several individuals in that area may have their little wars of arguments and competing beliefs and claims about what … Continue reading

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Blood soaking the water at democracy’s beachhead

In the several wars we have seen the last 100 years those who had to go to fight found in their co-soldiers not only necessary protective combatants but also comrades and friends. Lot of youngsters were called under subscription or … Continue reading

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Friendship and Offer for the cause of democracy

In the previous posting Invasion of Normandy a day never to forget I opened talking about the demography, looking how in the previous century our regions managed to have a growing population.  World War I and World War II took care … Continue reading

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Invasion of Normandy a day never to forget

The last century because of compulsory vaccination and improvements in medicine and sanitation the West could see a major population growth which had some very serious blows in two world wars. In 1927 two billion people could find themselves living … Continue reading

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Judges set from human rights ruling on Serbian prison revolt abuse allegations

In 2007 a special visit was arranged after the telephone call made by the prisoner Bojan Draganović who requested our urgent visit and interview with him and the other prisoner whose name he hadn’t mentioned. afterwards more visits were made … Continue reading

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