dimanche 2 octobre 2011

Belgium: Does Bart De Wever assassinate His Majesty Albert II?

On July 21, 2011, on the occasion of the Belgian national day, a French painter does a gift to the town of Dinant, a table showing Bart De Wever, about to assassinate the King Albert II of Belgium in plain city Brussels, could be read in the newspaper La Meuse-Namur.
         The town of Dinant was made an honorary citizen of the town artist, author of the picture, Jean-Marc Bois, alias Siob (a native of Angoulême like Ravaillac) who lives in Cork for 20 years.
         The canvas, a masterpiece of 5m2, is a modernized version of the assassination of Henry IV in Paris May 14, 1610 by the teacher and Catholic catechist of Angoulême, François Ravaillac (quartered May 27, 1610).
         Here the French monarch is replaced by the King Albert II of the Belgians and the criminal Ravaillac was replaced by Bart de Wever.
         "This table is historic, it proves the reality of today"
provides the painter.
For the mayor (mayor) of Dinant, Richard Fournaux, this is a bang.

         He mentioned freedom of expression to justify the bold artistic choice Siob. "It's the look of a French artist of our country and its current situation, his feelings. It is necessary to analyze the work in the second degree, much like caricature. It represents the danger posed by the N-VA (New Flemish Alliance) against our country and our monarchy. (...) It is clear that it sparks debate and so much the better policy is also a little way it is,
         The painting was exhibited in the courtyard of the Hôtel de Ville de Dinant then spend some time on the ground floor of the building, the Belga news agency wrote.
         The socio-political crisis in Belgium, the longest in recent history since the fall of last cabinet Yves Leterme April 22, 2010 because of intercommunal dispute (French and Dutch) on the membership of Brussels-Halle-Vilvoorde.
         During this crisis, the argument for secession of Flanders was the workhorse of the President of the N-VA, Bart De Wever threatening the integrity of the Kingdom of Belgium and the crown of King Albert II.
         "The Belgian state has no future. (...) I am demonized and I do not feel that's fair. Le Soir incites hatred against the Flemings. (...) In most French media, I am portrayed as a Neanderthal. "
Said he and Senator Flanders, Bart De Wever Albert Liliane.
         At his trial, Francois Ravaillac said: "I was much mistaken if you wanted to persuade me that the shot that I would be well received by the people ... "

          Warning politicians Belgian King Albert II said on the eve of National Day, July 20, 2011, "As a large number of Belgians, I am distressed by the longer duration of memory, of formation of a government. This creates many of you in a feeling of anxiety about the future "

         On August 28, 2011, welcoming in Cape Town the Flemish Minister-President Kris Peeters, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace South African quipped on the Belgian political crisis: "Has your country ever a government. Maybe did he not need "

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