Belgian Brabant killers, satiric music video


This music video is of Belgian band The Strangers, singing in Antwerp dialect their song Bij de Rijkswacht, about what was then, in 1991, the paramilitary Belgian national police. The tune of the song is In the Navy, by the Village People in the USA.

However, the Rijkswacht does not exist any more. In 2001, it was abolished, and reorganized as the ‘Federal Police of Belgium’, after scandals like the Dutroux affair.

This week, another Rijkswacht scandal became public; their links to the Brabant killers murder gang. That gang specialized in murdering many people at supermarkets and department stores. It turned out that ‘the Giant’, probably the leader of the murderers, was a member of the Diane elite unit of the Rijkswacht. According to witnesses, ‘the Giant’ was racist and wanted an extreme right coup d’état in Belgium. This raises questions once again, about the links of the Brabant killers to the extreme right and NATO.

As the Strangers now have their 65 years jubilee in the week of the new discoveries on the Brabant killers, Belgian TV comedy program De Ideale Wereld made a new music video with new lyrics of the Strangers song Bij de Rijkswacht.

It shows police facial composite photos of ‘the Giant’, elite policeman cum mass murder boss, and other gang members, probably Rijkswacht officers as well.

The new satiric 2017 lyrics, also sung in Antwerp dialect, are (translated):

In the Rijkswacht
everything is covered up.
In the Rijkswacht
everyone is silent and nobody talks.
In the Rijkswacht
only the toilet leaks.
In the Rijkswacht
In the Rijkswacht

In the 1980s
the Rijkswacht was all-powerful.
The country was in big trouble.
Because we tried to make it more right-wing
with a visit to the Delhaize supermarket.
If you are at the cash register
then shoot the mass of people.
Then it was all possible.
Get away in our Golf Rijkswacht car,
worship Adolf Hitler,
no remorse till our deathbed

‘The Giant’ confessed his murderous activities at last on his deathbed to his brother

In the Rijkswacht
everyone is a buddy
In the Rijkswacht
you can destabilize the state without being punished.
In the Rijkswacht
dressed as a cop or as a pirate

‘The Giant’ dressed up like a pirate during carnival

In the Rijkswacht
In the Rijkswacht

Tony Blair, satiric video


This video from Britain says about itself:

21 September 2017

Tony Blair launches his new centrist party, The Central Centrocrats, at Britain’s central point: a field in Fenny Dreyton, Leicestershire.

Donald Trump about Africa


The world according to Donald Trump

United States President Donald Trump did not just threaten North Korea with nuclear war in his United Nations speech.

He spoke about Africa as well.

From the Huffington Post in the USA today:

HERE’S WHAT TRUMP HAD TO SAY ABOUT AFRICA AT THE UN I have so many friends going to your countries trying to get rich.” He also saluted the nonexistent country of Nambia. Stephen Colbert had a field day with his screw-up. [HuffPost]

Perhaps the president of the USA meant ‘Narnia‘ when talking about ‘Nambia’?

Ku Klux Klan mocked by United States artists


This video, by the satiric Indecline artists from the USA says about itself:

Ku Klux Klowns

7 September 2017

If attacked by a mob of clowns, go for the juggler.

From the Washington Post in the USA:

Activists hang KKK ‘clown’ effigies from tree in a Virginia park

By Justin Wm. Moyer

September 7 at 4:31 PM

The art collective that unveiled naked statues of Donald Trump in major U.S. cities last year left Ku Klux Klan effigies hanging in a park in Richmond early Wednesday.

The faux Klansmen, left by the INDECLINE collective in Joseph Bryan Park overnight, were hanging from a tree dressed in multicolored wigs and clown shoes. A sign on one of the effigies read: “If attacked by a mob of clowns, go for the juggler.”

A spokeswoman for Richmond police said authorities were investigating the display, which was removed. The park was closed and cordoned off with crime scene tape, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

A video published online Wednesday by INDECLINE includes footage of the clowns being assembled and mounted at dusk by people wearing masks. The video includes dialogue from a decades-old episode of the “Superman” radio show that ridiculed the KKK, interspersed with a Klan anthem featuring the lyrics: “Stand up and be counted/show that world that you’re a man … join the Ku Klux Klan.”

A statement from the group said Richmond was chosen for the display, called “Ku Klux Klowns,” because it was the capital of the Confederacy. The project is a response to the “White Nationalist uprising in the United States”, the statement said, and the park was chosen because it was the location of a slave rebellion in 1800.

INDECLINE was founded in 2001, according to its website. The group was thrust into the spotlight after it left Trump statues in New York, San Francisco and other cities before the 2016 presidential election. It has also covered stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with names of African Americans killed by police.

West Virginia policeman supports Ku Klux Klan: here.